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Old 15th November 2020, 21:59   #21  |  Link
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I'm back to tinkering with MDec2. My new question is, how do I generate from this usage of MDec2 a timecodes file to use when muxing to mkv so as to generate a VFR file and not lose audio synchronicity?
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Old 16th November 2020, 02:34   #22  |  Link
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Sorry, I have no idea, I dont touch VFR, and esp dislike NTSC weird framerates.
Perhaps look into Multidecimate, Mdec2 uses exact same files mfie.txt, dfile.txt and cfile.txt (I think).
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Old 16th November 2020, 02:48   #23  |  Link
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dedup can decimate and generate VFR timecodes

There is only x86 version, but it works in avs+ x64 with mp_pipeline
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