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wolfmandim 25th October 2012 10:10 PM

Frame rate indication
 
I am using BSplayer pro 2.63.1071. After the latest upgrade I noticed that the frame rate which is shown on the skin, indicates, ie. 47,952 instead of the 23,976 which was indicated prior to the upgrade. How can I change it to return to the original indications? (23,976 in this case).

adicoto 26th October 2012 05:20 AM

Framrate value is given by the filters used to decode the file. So, either you have changed the decoding chain, or your file is a 720/1080i @ 2x23,976 fps.

wolfmandim 26th October 2012 06:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto (Beitrag 65018)
Framrate value is given by the filters used to decode the file. So, either you have changed the decoding chain, or your file is a 720/1080i @ 2x23,976 fps.

Let's make it a bit simpler. How can I do these things? Please guide me through!

adicoto 26th October 2012 12:01 PM

Do you have for example an .AVI file with XviD as encoding option ? Like a TV series episode ? This should be played at 23,976 fps. You can also checck the real framerate presing ALT + 3.

On the other hand, an M2TS 1080i file probably will play at double this framerate ( or 59,94....60 fps) as it's interleaved.

As the decoding chain....while playing the file, rightclick -> options -> filters -> advanced and post here the results.

wolfmandim 29th October 2012 10:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto (Beitrag 65027)
Do you have for example an .AVI file with XviD as encoding option ? Like a TV series episode ? This should be played at 23,976 fps. You can also checck the real framerate presing ALT + 3.

On the other hand, an M2TS 1080i file probably will play at double this framerate ( or 59,94....60 fps) as it's interleaved.

As the decoding chain....while playing the file, rightclick -> options -> filters -> advanced and post here the results.

I hate to cause you guys inconvenience, but here is what I ask in the first place.
When BSplayer pro is in playing mode, an example of some of the info displayed is as follows:
"Movie size: 1920x816 @ 47,952". Now the 47,952 frame rate was displayed as 23,976 prior to the latest update to version 2.63.1071. My question is: is there any way to change the screen to display one again 23,976 instead of 47,952. The current situation confuses me as I have to divide by 2 every time I want to see the frame rate.
Thank you!

wolfmandim 2nd November 2012 11:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wolfmandim (Beitrag 65035)
I hate to cause you guys inconvenience, but here is what I ask in the first place.
When BSplayer pro is in playing mode, an example of some of the info displayed is as follows:
"Movie size: 1920x816 @ 47,952". Now the 47,952 frame rate was displayed as 23,976 prior to the latest update to version 2.63.1071. My question is: is there any way to change the screen to display one again 23,976 instead of 47,952. The current situation confuses me as I have to divide by 2 every time I want to see the frame rate.
Thank you!

Anyone?


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