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How to set double fps for tbc option of video

I need to set tbc option for output video. For example, input video has 25 fps with 50 tbc and my encoded video has 25fps with 25 tbc. I used settb and video_track_timescale but these options did not ...
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H.264 on analog camera

Years ago I bought Vitamin D Video software for videosurveillance, which doesn' support H.264, but only mpeg-4. Currently I'm using two cheap analog cameras (RCA, PAL) connected to pc through 1 usb ...
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Premiere Pro CC export produces dark, muddied video

I've dug around numerous forums and have had no success finding a solution to my issue - .mp4 files color corrected in Premiere and exported in H.264 end up being unacceptably dark, the colors ...
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Copying h.264 video from TS into MP4 changes frame rate and time

I have large MPEG-TS file that I am converting to MP4 using the below command. If I seek to the same time in the video in both the MP4 and the TS file, the MP4 will be a few frames behind the TS ...
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Using h264 in loseless mode brings small unexpected results

I got curious on ffmpeg screen capture capabilities and started messing around with a simple realtime capture test in h264. ffmpeg -f dshow -i video="screen-capture-recorder" -video_size 1920x1080 ...
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Colors look different after export

Colors look great in FCPX. After I export (Share > Master file > H.264 Quicktime) they look a bit dull: desaturated, less vibrant. Also sort of like the wrong gamma curve - shadows are darker. I ...
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Losing audio in re-encoding with ffmpeg

I have some DVDs I want to save MP4s from. The video files are VOB files. I can play them if I change the extension to .mp4, but I can't use the seek bar in Windows Media Player. Also, the files are ...
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Switching between H.264 video streams on the fly?

I have several H.264 encoded MP4 files, as well as still images. From these I want to generate a single video stream that I can broadcast. The stream will be composed of alternating still images and ...