[FFmpeg-user] Playing Inverse Telecined 24 fps video on a 1080p 60 Hz Computer Monitor

Carl Eugen Hoyos cehoyos at ag.or.at
Sun Jul 28 03:04:58 CEST 2013

James Board <jpboard2 <at> yahoo.com> writes:

> there were ugly combing artifacts that did disappear 
> when I inverse telecined it.
> I want to know if will I be introducing other artifacts 
> due to the fact that the inverse telecined video is 24 
> fps, while the display is 1080p at 60 Hz. 

> For example, will motion now be less smooth?

Of course.

> How does it work?  How does a video which has 24 fps 
> get displayed on a TV with displays at 60 fps? 

(How is this related to FFmpeg? And I would expect 
that the answer depends on your display system.)

> Does it duplicate frames?

I would expect so.

> Or does it telecine it?

Hopefully not;-)

> Something else?

Theoretically yes, I am on CRT so certainly not for me.

Carl Eugen

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