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Figuring out Framerate of video file

davidbarrydavidbarry Registered User regular
I've got some video files (MPEG2 format) and I need to know their framerates. Any programs that can do such a thing?

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    mcdermottmcdermott Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    davidbarry wrote: »
    I've got some video files (MPEG2 format) and I need to know their framerates. Any programs that can do such a thing?

    VLC?

    I'm pretty sure if you go into Properties of the file and advance media info or some shit it lists it. I'll look in a few.

    EDIT: VLC does it too, I think, but if you download Media Player Classic Homecinema and go to File->Properties->Details (details is a tab) it's there. At least it is for MPEG4 streams, but it should be for MPEG2 as well. Resolution, bitrate, and framerate.

    EDIT: Hell, in Windows Vista at least, provided you have the proper codec, it will give you this from a right-click in Explorer if you choose Properties (then the Details tab).

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    davidbarrydavidbarry Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    mcdermott wrote: »
    davidbarry wrote: »
    I've got some video files (MPEG2 format) and I need to know their framerates. Any programs that can do such a thing?

    VLC?

    I'm pretty sure if you go into Properties of the file and advance media info or some shit it lists it. I'll look in a few.

    EDIT: VLC does it too, I think, but if you download Media Player Classic Homecinema and go to File->Properties->Details (details is a tab) it's there. At least it is for MPEG4 streams, but it should be for MPEG2 as well. Resolution, bitrate, and framerate.

    EDIT: Hell, in Windows Vista at least, provided you have the proper codec, it will give you this from a right-click in Explorer if you choose Properties (then the Details tab).


    VLC wasn't doing it, for some reason, but MPC did the trick. I always assume these things will be harder than they actually are. Thanks!

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    zanetheinsanezanetheinsane Registered User regular
    edited November 2008
    Although ridiculously out of date by now, I still use Gspot for this.

    Here is what sample output looks like on it: 2gtrrdc.jpg.

    Also, to save you all from looking it up (because I know somebody is going to ask), here is what "crab vs pipe" looks like:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv14vZx6jvU

    They were repairing an underwater pipe with a robotic saw and the pressure basically caused the crab to be sucked into the pipe. The opening was 3mm wide at a pressure of 2700 psi.

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