tpad filter doesn't work with -r on input
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I'm trying to use the tpad filter on file inputs that also need their framerate changed. If I use the -r flag on the input file, the output ends up duplicating the last frame of the file for a really long (arbitrary time), and throws an error saying "More than 1000 frames duplicated'.
Here's an example of the command:
ffmpeg -r 15 -i INPUT -filter_complex "[0:v]tpad=stop_duration=5[out]" -map [out] OUTPUT
If instead, I remove the -r 15, and instead use the -framerate flag or the frame rate filter, then the command works properly.