I am working on video decoding using Ffmpeg.
When I try to decode a video which is encoded with h265 at a certain fps (ex: fps=25), the result is a decoded video but at different fps.
How can I decode a video at exactly fps=25, even if I have a high missrate ?
I use this command to decode:
ffmpeg -benchmark -i <INPUT> -f null out.null
Please, any help is welcome.
Useful and helpful Windows specific command line samples and examples.
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you can try to specify rate before input, for example '-r 25 -i %%%'