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Old Yesterday, 19:45   #63821  |  Link
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Originally Posted by sebna View Post
Very interesting so http://avisynth.nl/index.php/FPS#AssumeFPS does what ReClock used to do? Or does it work differently?
ReClock changes the audio clock so the video+audio plays in sync with the video displayed at the monitor's refresh rate.

AssumeFPS changes the video frame rate, optionally changing the audio sample rate to maintain sync. It has nothing to do with the monitor's actual refresh rate. In a way it is similar, except that it assumes the video and audio clocks are perfect while ReClock compensates for the slight inaccuracies of both.
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Old Yesterday, 20:53   #63822  |  Link
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sebna, you can just see for yourself what the refresh is in use by looking at the HUD. ctrl-J while video playing.
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Old Today, 01:06   #63823  |  Link
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Thank you guys. I will be back to experimenting with it soon enough and hopefully will be able to resolve micro-stutters (not related to 23fps source material limitations) I was experiencing last time I tried it.
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