Originally Posted by kornchild2002
The FPS should match the source material. NTSC can be encoded at 29.94 FPS while PAL content should be encoded at 24 FPS.
Wow. Sorry, but that's totally wrong. Standard NTSC is 29.97 FPS, "NTSC-film" is 29.976... I've never heard of a 29.94 framerate. And PAL is 25 FPS, not 24. 24 FPS is a film standard also used in some high-end (and "wanna-be" high-end) videography.
I've seen video with framerates of 23.976, 23.98, 25, 29.97, 29.976, 29.98 and 30 FPS... if you're not using a tool that auto-matches your framerate (like one of the excellent, easy and free Videora Converters
) then you'll need to play your source video in a player like VLC
and view the video's "Stream and Media Info" while it's playing to get the framerate.