<blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN: 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid"><br>You may want to try the attached patch. It determines FramesPerSec by<br>having a look at the first picture of the recording and falls back to
<br>the FRAMESPERSEC macro otherwise.<br><br>The current implementation requires that the recording was taken with<br>cVideoRepacker enabled. Furthermore it must be MPEG2.<br><br>The file marks.vdr still uses FRAMEPERSEC for compatibility. Plugins
<br>like dvd, burn, mp3, mplayer, etc. still use FRAMESPERSEC.<br><br>Although this patch is against VDR-1.4.6, it applies with some offset<br>also against VDR-1.5.1.</blockquote>
<div>Thanks! Im using this patch with vdr-1.5.1 and it has fixed my problems with the incorrect time of recordings for NTSC. Before I had hardcoded it to 30, but this is much more accurate. Good job. I think this should be integrated into vdr along with a switch to set the default tv standard to 25/30.
<div>Best Regards.</div><br> </div><br>