|Specifies the resulting stream frame rate.|
|Ignores the frame rate in the input stream and assumes this frame rate for the input stream.|
|Specifies the interlacing mode of the resulting stream. The interlacing mode can be changed only when using the weighted average resampling mode (the -w option).|
p - progressive (non-interlaced)
t - top-field first
b - bottom-field first
|Ignores the interlacing mode information in the input stream and assumes this interlacing mode for the input stream. The possible values are the same as for the -i option.|
|Changes the stream header frame rate and interlacing mode in the output stream but copies frames from the original stream without changes. The -r and -i options specify the frame rate and interlacing mode for the output stream header.|
|By default yuvfps tries to find a normalized framerate. Some programs create framerates like: 29969909:1000000 which is actually th typical NTSC framerate of 30000:1001. yuvfps prints out the normalizes values and the original when it starts. If you think the normalized value is not correct and want yuvfps to use the original given number you have to add that option. So yuvfps does not try to normalize the values.|
|Produce each output frame/field as a weighted average of the two temporally closest input frames/fields instead of simply dropping or duplicating frames. The blending of two adjacent frames/fields reduces visible stepping compared to the default drop/duplicate algorithm but as a drawback it makes fast moving objects appear blurred and is much slower.|
Set verbosity level.
0 = warnings and error messages only.
1 = add informative messages, like the framerate conversation information.
2 = add chatty debugging message, too.
This man page was written by Alfonso Garc�a-Pati�o Barbolani.
Johannes Lehtinen added information about the weighted average resampling mode and the related options.
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|MJPEG Tools Team||YUVFPS (1)||8 Jan 2006|