[FFmpeg-user] IVTC with pullup filter
nickrobbins at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 11 21:21:57 CET 2015
> On Wednesday, February 11, 2015 1:34 PM, marcjn <windbreiz at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote
>> gmail.com> writes:> I could submit sample and logIf you don't
>> them, help is extremely unlikely afaict.(This is of course not pullup
>> Eugen_______________________________________________ffmpeg-user mailing
> I don't see my recent mails to the list posted here so I will try from my
> browser (I am new to this mail list format).I have been trying to convert a
> telecined clip (29.97 fps) to a progressive one (23.976 fps).The clip I am
> using for test purpose is here:
> <https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/71351606/TermSample2.mp4> The sample
> contains a x.264 video stream and an AAC 2-channel audio stream.
> I first tried to use -vf pullup, fps=24000/1001:
> The log is here
> <https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/71351606/pullup_fps.log> The result
> was a 23.976 fps clip, showing up as 'progressive' with MediaInfo, but
> 2 progressive frames, followed by 2 frames each blending 2 fields (combing).
> I also tried -vf pullup -r 24000/1001
> as some users mentioned that this worked for them:Here is the log: here
> <https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/71351606/pullup_rate.log> The result
> was the same: 2 progressive frames followed by 2 blended ones.
> I then tried -vf fieldmatch,decimate:
> The log is here
> Different result here: most of the time, we have 3 progressive + 1 blended
> frame, but on occasion 2 progressive + 2 blended.I do hope someone knows how
> to make IVCT work under ffmpeg.Thanks.
I think your problem is that your media is not actually 29.97 fps.
ffprobe reports 28.97 fps, multiplying that by 4/5 gives 23.76
Try just -vf pullup,fps=23.176 no fps argument.
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