Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Ticket #1339, comment 2


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May 21, 2012, 9:22:35 PM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #1339, comment 2

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    66* If it runs out of frames for the first input before the second one, the rest of the frames of the second input are ignored. 
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    8 This can lead to a situation where the framerate of the overlaid video is not the same as the framerate of the output file, so it appears to be running in slow/fast motion. 
     8Therefore, the framerate and duration of the output is always equal to the framerate and duration of the first input. This can lead to a situation where the framerate of the second input (the overlaid video) is not the same as the framerate of the output file, so it appears to be running in slow/fast motion. 
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    1010Why wouldn't it be a good general solution to equalize the frame rates? Do you think a user might want one of the input streams to appear slowed down / sped up in the output just because it's been overlaid on top of another stream?