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Seeing that in the text of your question you have started discussing other utilities, i will assume that you are not interested in sticking with ffmpeg, but rather in getting the job done. In my experience with libav and MTS i have had no problems with the framerate, the files get remuxed perfectly. I have just attempted the following with one of my files: ...


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You might want to try to enforce the original frame rate by using -r 29.97. FFmpeg is probably trying to adjust the framerate for some reason. Your syntax is otherwise correct and shouldn't produce that error. Regarding your third question. Simply not possible. You can omit frames when using codecs that encode frames individually but thats not the case with ...



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