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Hi soulkeeper Good question.
Before, it would always encode at exactly 60FPS, but now it uses different framerates that are directly divisible with the original one.
29.97 = 59.94
30 = 60
25 = 50
23.976 = 59.94
In other words, it doubles the framerate for every popular framerate except for 23.976, because to double that means 47.952 and I think that is too low, it isn't smooth enough for me, plus most TVs don't support that framerate AFAIK. So for 23.976 we use 59.94, which means every 5th frame synchronises.
so for 23.976 you still use 60(59.94)..
i remember many posts ago where you suggested doubling the framerate (24->48) and i thought you use that again...
24->48 still looks best to me concerning fewer artifacts and good smoothing ,but the problem ,as you mention,is that my pj doesn't support 48hz..
so i'll stick with 59.94..
Also,are these two the same
num=FramerateNumerator*5, den=FramerateDenominator*2 (posted by @widezu69 earlier)
if we want to have 59.94 with 23.976 movies?