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mpdecimate filter drop frames that do not differ greatly from the previous frame in order to reduce frame rate. This command will filter the duplicate frames ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf mpdecimate -loglevel debug -f null - To remove these duplicates and generate a video ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf mpdecimate,setpts=N/FRAME_RATE/TB out.mp4


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In Resolve, "Power Bins" are what you use to make elements available across projects. Unfortunately, as of version 16.3, Resolve won't store Compound Clips, Multicam Clips or Fusion Clips inside a Power Bin. However, in your case, a workaround is fairly straightforward. Whether your image is static or animated; an exported still image, file ...


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A Clip(C) is a sequence of frames, each frame(f) consists of video and audio frames, the duration(t) of each frame is constant and is determined by the frame rate. For the i th clip(Ci), it is defined as (fi_n) n∈ℕ back to your question, the idea is to find the result of ⊕Cj , where j ∈ {0,…,19} Since the sizes of all Cj are not the same, the elements or ...


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You haven't specified which program you are using, but assuming that you have access to After-Effects or any Node- or Layer-Based compositing-program, you would want to rotoscope the area, that confuses your analysis. This is the same principle as using a camera-tracker, but subtracting moving areas or people in your footage. To do so, you would simply have ...


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I have written various approaches how to fix this below and you can automated the ones from the first two blocks with a clever rule set. But the content-dependent options should be done manually. So if you want to use this, maybe you find a way to tag those videos first by hand, for example by using metedata and your tool can then read the metadata and apply ...


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I think you’ve probably identified the cause. I’ve found when using mobile phone footage (And video conference captures) both premiere and after effects can incorrectly identify frame rates. If all the footage is around 59.93-60fps, I would try transcoding it all to 60fps first using a codec suitable for editing (like ProRes), making sure it’s all in sync ...


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IMHO your video is fine, and I didn't see a problem with the sync. You cannot expect that FCPX is syncing 100%. No software is 100% for that matter. You, as the editor are the ultimate judge. You can give it the best chance by having clean sound recording on-camera and off. If that is difficult I would recommend using a clapboard, then you have a better ...


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