lt at speakeasy.net
Wed Apr 14 23:07:48 CEST 2004
D Richard Felker III wrote:
>>The movies involved are "Haibane Renmei" and "Neko no Ongaeshi", which are
>>animated at around 10fps (variable framerate), and contain not all that
>>much action. At quant 2, Haibane is 820 kbit/s, and Neko is 910 kbit/s.
>>Still, frames at quant 2 are not perfect, and they look much better with
>BTW, re: 10 fps... aren't these files telecined in some sense? Or not?
I've got the same DVDs. No they aren't, they just have A LOT of
duplicate frames. 2 out of every 3 frames are usually duplicates,
except when the scene is panning. Sometimes even more. If mencoder
supported a good variable frame rate format, you could use the decimate
filter on most animation with fantastic results. But I'm not going to
hold my breath for that.
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