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Timothy, remember not to mistake megabites and megabytes. 118 Mb/s is for megabites, it will end up 14,75 MB/s.


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Theoretically it IS possible, and there are working, practical, proof-of-concept research on the subject. A couple of examples: Learning to Extract Flawless Slow Motion from Blurry Videos Blurry Video Frame Interpolation The picture below is from the second paper. However, as of this writing, I couldn't find any feasible-to-use, (commercial or otherwise) ...


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The solution at question " Lower framerate without re-encode " looks promising: ffmpeg -discard nokey -i input.mp4 -c copy -vsync 0 I-only.mp4 By manpage there should be 5 levels of frame discarding: none, noref, bidir, nokey, all. I tested this with older ffmpeg 4.2.4 and h265 and it had no effect. Probably not implemented yet.


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The solution was to delete the presets I was using in both Premiere and Media Encoder and start from scratch. Somehow these 2 had gotten out of sync and the presets in PrPro and Media Encoder we're not using the same frame rate. I didn't understand how this got out of sync unfortunately.


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I think the term for this effort is statistical multiplexing where your proposed framework would be an efficient implementation thereof.


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