> I'm using mpdecimate to remove similar frames:
> ffmpeg -i in.mp4 -vf mpdecimate out.mp4
> But the ending result has the same number of frames as the original video
> file (although smaller file size).
> When using mpdecimate with setpts, the ending result has indeed smaller
> frame count and smaller file size than before.
> BUT, it will also change the time and "skip" those similar frames. I'm
> looking for a way to remove frames but still have the time as the original.
> So the "duplicate" frame will actually be played for the duration of all
> removed duplicate frames.
> ffmpeg -i in.mp4 -vf "mpdecimate,setpts=N/FRAME_RATE/TB" out.mp4
You cannot combine mpdecimate and mov/mp4 output in a useful way
because our mov/mp4 muxer only supports constant frame rate, this
is a known limitation of FFmpeg.