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Incorrect Frame Rate For Flv Files?


dbouchon

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Hello,

 

using Toast to convert FLV files to MPEG4 files (to play on iPhone) seems to work well, except for the frame rate:

 

I am trying to convert a 40-minute FLV file coded at 15 FPS. Toast recognizes it as a 20-minute FLV file coded at 30 FPS. It converts the file correctly to MPEG4, but the result is a 20-minute MPEG4 file at 30 FPS (so it plays at twice the normal speed).

Note that quicktime and other Windows tools correctly recognize the FLV file as a 40-minute, 15 FPS file.

 

Is there a way to correct this? Is there a way to force the frame rate in toast for the conversion? Any solution?

 

Thanks,

 

D.

 

 

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Hello,

 

using Toast to convert FLV files to MPEG4 files (to play on iPhone) seems to work well, except for the frame rate:

 

I am trying to convert a 40-minute FLV file coded at 15 FPS. Toast recognizes it as a 20-minute FLV file coded at 30 FPS. It converts the file correctly to MPEG4, but the result is a 20-minute MPEG4 file at 30 FPS (so it plays at twice the normal speed).

Note that quicktime and other Windows tools correctly recognize the FLV file as a 40-minute, 15 FPS file.

 

Is there a way to correct this? Is there a way to force the frame rate in toast for the conversion? Any solution?

 

Thanks,

 

D.

 

Can you give me more information on how the source file was created, or where I could obtain it?

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Sure: the file was downloaded from the net, as an example this one:

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(not that the extension says .rar, but just change the extension to .flv after the download and it is a regular FLV file).

 

I removed the link from your post but was able to grab the file and see what you've described, we're working on it :)

 

thanks

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