Originally Posted by atreyu
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.
Right, sorry I was off by 1 fps and 0.03 fps. I didn't take the time to Google the many NTSC and PAL framerates. Doesn't matter, the OP's software still isn't doing what it should be doing.
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