Solved Using HandBrake to convert Variable Frame Rate to Constant Frame Rate video

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I tried using Hand Brake to set my Frame rate to constant which I did and the rate to 23.976. I encoded the input file and when it finished mediainfo still said variable and both high and low values to 23.967. Does this mean it is a constant frame rate of 23.967or what am I doing wrong? I rendered the file and the video came out fine.
27 Jul 2021 03:37 #1

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Hi Mojoman - Welcome to the MSZ Forum.

Where did your original video come from ?
Which device recorded the video ?

I certainly don't know everything!
On rare occasions, I have seen the same thing happen myself and I can't explain why it does this.
There are plenty of X-files in video land.

If you are editing in Vegas and the video is playing and rendering without any glitches or skipping, that's the main thing that matters.

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Derek
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27 Jul 2021 10:05 #2

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I Attempted to duplicate the problem and I’m unable to do that. I shot a few short videos on my iPhone 11 ProMax using ProCamera to experiment a bit and they are showing a constant frame rate straight out of the camera. I do use H265 (HEVC) if this makes any difference. Also I shot in 4K. The end result is really quite good especially with a mobile phone. Thanks much for your help. I’ve decided to stick with vms for now. I will be donating to your cause instead.
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27 Jul 2021 11:21 #3

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Thanks for the report back 

As I said before, video land is full of X-files!!!
:idea: Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.
Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems. If you would like to share some love, post a customer testimonial or make a donation.
Peace :)
27 Jul 2021 13:54 #4

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