Re: macromedia flash frame rate

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by dozzen madder, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. thanks for the advice...

    premiere solved the fps problem, and vdub successfully combined the
    two clips...

    thanks again!






    "Thijs van Beek" <> wrote in
    news:eKkJa.508014$:

    > ok, first of al, you can try using Adobe premiere to combine the 2
    > files. Because premiere re-encodes te files anyway, it doesnt's matter
    > wich filetypes you use.
    > Second thing is: export as an 30 fps avi, and then try an other app to
    > convert to avi 29,7 fps (like TMPGenc or FlaskMPG) and then try to
    > combine whit DUB.
    >
    > Third and last thing. Try to import your avi file into the flashmovie
    > and then convert the whole thing to an 30 fps avi (or somthing
    > appropriate).
    >
    > I would recommend the Premiere sollution, but if you dont have acces
    > or don't want to use illigal software, try to download a demo of
    > either PRemiere or TMPGenc)
    >
    > BTW, what is wrong with a 30 FPS avi??
    >
    > Good luck
    >
    > Thijs van Beek
    >
    >
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    > "dozzen madder" <> schreef in bericht
    > news:...
    >> hello.
    >>
    >> i am trying to combine a macromedia flash movie,exported to an *.avi
    >> file, with another *.avi file, using virtualdub.
    >>
    >> apparently, flash doesn't allow frame rates with decimals, as i have
    >> tried setting the rate to 29.97 and it ends up rounded off to 30 fps,
    >> and when i try to join the two files in virtualdub, i get the error
    >> message stating they cannot be joined, due to different sampling
    >> rates (30 fps to 29.97 fps).
    >>
    >> is there a work around to this situation?
    >>
    >> any help is appreciated.
    >>
    >> thanks!

    >
    >
     
    dozzen madder, Jun 23, 2003
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