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Wrong FPS shown in WMV

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Wrong FPS shown in WMV

Postby mr.tau » Tue May 30, 2017 12:49 pm

Hello guys,
Could you please help me out with the following issue?

I am trying to create a video using wmv2 codec (Windows Media Video 8) and everything looks pretty fine and working, until I rclick on the video in Windows Explorer -> Properties -> Details tab.
The issue is that it shows 30FPS instead of 25FPS.
MediaInfo (Win) shows 25FPS as well, MediaInfo (Mac) shows "NaN" (Not a Number I guess?)

The thing is, I need the right value readable right from the Windows Explorer.
Do you have any idea what I am doing wrong or could you please suggest any soliton or workaround?

The way I am creating the video:
Frames 001-250.png converting to WMV.
Code: Select all
ffmpeg.exe -f image2 -framerate 25 -i %03d.png -vcodec wmv2 -r:v 25 -b:v 10201k -minrate 10201k -maxrate 10201k -bufsize 600000k out2.wmv

Output of the command:

MediaInfo output:

But the Explorer output!! :-(

I think the video itself would be fine, expcept the infromation in its header? Is there a easy way how to just edit the headers?

I would be greatful for any hint.

Thank you very much.
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