.TiVO export (59.94fps) to MPEG-2 .ts/.mpg; resulting output is 29.97

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  1. karpodiem

    karpodiem Member

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    Having an issue with a .tivo file I recorded last night. Video in the broadcast is 59.94, but for some strange reason, it's showing up as 29.97 in the media info.

    Here's my thread with a bit more background info over at the VideoRedo forums - videoredo.net/msgBoard/showthread.php?p=91046&posted=1#post91046

    In the original broadcast (the .TiVO file) is 720@60fps.

    When I cut out the commercials, the output file is 29.97FPS...no idea why, I haven't changed a single setting.

    Haven't had this problem with VideoRedo before, until I tried editing this particular recording. Every other cap I've done w/720p60 has exported just fine, and retained the 60fps.

    The output is fine, no errors in the broadcast. It's just that it's 29.97 when it's supposed to be 59.94. (Already tried QSF). Playing the video (.tivo) within VideoRedo even yields 60fps playback. Weird eh?

    Edit - Media info. Not sure why it's showing up as 29.97 in the media info (the .tivo file is is pre-edit), the video is definitely 59.94

    File: Name : E:\TiVo\College Football - ''2007 Michigan at Michigan State'' (Recorded Jul 18, 2011, BIG10HD).TiVo
    Size : 14.338 GB
    Duration : 02:19:58.13
    Mux type : TiVo
    Video: Encoding : MPEG2
    VideoStreamID : xE0
    Frame rate : 29.97 fps
    Encoding size : 1280 x 720
    Aspect ratio : 16:9
    Header bit rate : 20.000 Mbps
    VBV buffer : 976 KBytes
    Profile : Main@High
    Progressive : Progressive Only
    Chroma : 4:2:0
    Bit rate : 12.928 Mbps
    Audio Stream: 1 (Primary) Codec : AC3
    Format : DVD VOB
    Channels : 2.0
    Sub stream id : x80
    Bit rate : 192 Kbps
    Sampling rate : 48000
    Sample size : 16 bits
     

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