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Old Sep 4, 2009, 6:02 PM   #11
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Skip loop filter didn't work, thanks for the suggestion though. Still, I'm more concerned about how to convert the 30fps to 60fps without reencoding (if possible) for PS3 playback. Any ideas on a cheap (free?) easy way to do that? Thanks.
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Skip loop filter didn't work, thanks for the suggestion though. Still, I'm more concerned about how to convert the 30fps to 60fps without reencoding (if possible) for PS3 playback. Any ideas on a cheap (free?) easy way to do that? Thanks.
Funny enough I was hoping someone would give you an answer as I'd been looking for a way to reinterlace 720p/60fps footage for regular DVD's since 60i would give a smoother motion and interlacing wouldn't be so much a problem on a regular tv.
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Hello again fbueller, sorry it took me so long, but here is a 1080p file at 30fps (24Mbps) re-encoded from your 60fps file that you previously uploaded:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/n2iwqg...080P-30fps.MP4

Perhaps you can try it on your PS3 and see how it works. To make sure the file was in sync, I encoded a 720P file also (with a lower bitrate so I could playback without stuttering on my notebook)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/m5wehz...720P-30fps.MP4

Give them a try and let me know. Be warned, even if they work, the conversion process was long and convoluted (although with free tools), almost to the point that it makes no sense to shoot @ 60fps and then perform all this black magic to make the files compatible with your PS3.
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If you are looking for a player to play your 60p videos I found this player called SlashBeta 5 and I must say not only does it play your 60p video but it plays my exacti videos in much better quality than my normal players.
http://www.mirillis.com/splash.html
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If you are looking for a player to play your 60p videos I found this player called SlashBeta 5 and I must say not only does it play your 60p video but it plays my exacti videos in much better quality than my normal players.
http://www.mirillis.com/splash.html
good advice, although the main concern was how to make 60fps 1080P files compatible with a PS3.

Afaik, the PS3 hardware can only decode and playback correctly 1080P @ 30fps
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Hello again fbueller, sorry it took me so long, but here is a 1080p file at 30fps (24Mbps) re-encoded from your 60fps file that you previously uploaded:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/n2iwqg...080P-30fps.MP4

Perhaps you can try it on your PS3 and see how it works. To make sure the file was in sync, I encoded a 720P file also (with a lower bitrate so I could playback without stuttering on my notebook)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/m5wehz...720P-30fps.MP4

Give them a try and let me know. Be warned, even if they work, the conversion process was long and convoluted (although with free tools), almost to the point that it makes no sense to shoot @ 60fps and then perform all this black magic to make the files compatible with your PS3.
It works, thanks, but now comes the question - how'd ya do it? t
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Ok, is a bit of a long explanation but here it goes.

Moved the explanation to http://www.freewareguy.com/2009/09/o...in-virtualdub/

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Oh, and the URL for software:

http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/Main_Page
http://haali.cs.msu.ru/mkv/
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/FFDshow.htm
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/...how_filter.htm
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Well, installing those programs causes WMP to crash every time I load an MP4 file. So now that's completely botched for me. The Splash player is rather nice, but jeez - no volume control in the player? Really? Is this 1998?

So VLC won't work for 60fps MP4 files, and neither will WMP for me now that it's crashing. Anyone else know a player that works ok with these files?
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I think you will find with Splash this is their first release and there will be many more abilities in their upcoming releases.
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