Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Ticket #1065, comment 7


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Oct 12, 2012, 1:13:45 AM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #1065, comment 7

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    3 In my home, I have only '''CRT''' televisions, with '''common DVD players''', and so is impossible to play Videos (for example, videos in general, CFR, converted for DVD with some program), that are out of standards. A common '''DVD-Video''', for example, are in the''' NTSC standard''' ('''''The recommended standard a frame rate of 30 frames (images) per second''''' -- see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTSC]), and what I can conclude, if the ffplay is indicating a incorrect handling of the framerate, the result will also wrong. A free program, it I can certify that uses '''FFmpeg''', is '''SUPER'''([http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html]), and it have an above of the limit recognition, and I can with it conclude also that the output DVD with this lib could be wrong.  
     3In my home, I have only '''CRT''' televisions, with '''common DVD players''', and so is impossible to play Videos (for example, videos in general, CFR, converted for DVD with some program), that are out of standards. A common '''DVD-Video''', for example, are in the''' NTSC standard''' ('''''The recommended standard a frame rate of 30 frames (images) per second''''' -- see [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTSC]), and what I can conclude, if the ffplay is indicating an incorrect handling of the framerate, the result will also wrong. A free program, it I can certify that uses '''FFmpeg''', is '''SUPER'''([http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html]), and it have an above of the limit recognition, and I can with it conclude also that the output DVD with this lib could be wrong.  
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    55Other program that I could quote, is a freeware, is the '''Free Studio Manager''' ([http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/free-dvd-video-software.htm]), and I have tested, knowing that this has a framerate recognition above of the '''CRT/NTSC''' frame limit, as I have saw, of the framerate supported, because it was captured in my '''set-top-box''', and in my '''CRT television''', I can play it fine, and converting with '''Free Studio Manager''', this being above of the '''NTSC standard''''' limit'', the result is a very slow film reprodution ('''about 60 fps'''), what not occurs, with the same video, with another program ('''freeware'''), the '''Freemake Video Converter'''[http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/], this last with the exact '''29,970 fps''' recognition, the output converted for '''DVD-Video''', also deinterlaced, plays fine in my '''CRT television''' in the same '''DVD player'''. But this last mentioned program requires much more hardware and system requirements, than a CLI program or based in '''FFmpeg lib.'''