Increasing Video Playback Rate

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    I have Two Queries Here:
    1.)i am In Need Of a SOftware Which Would Increase The Playback rate Of My Movie Files..... i.e The Movie Should be Going at a fast rate to some Extent That i may specify And It Should also Be able to Save The fast converted File In .mpg Format SO That i can brun it in A Vcd.
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    hmm
    well its siple to do
    u need a software that allows u to remove frames from ur video
    ad then u need to readjust the framerate to 29.9 fps .. since the framerate gets adjusted to the new number of frames
    u want 4x faster video ? cut ur frames off by 4
    i have a link for this .. il go home and post it
     
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    Yes Even I Heard About it somewhere......But does Increasing The Fps Rate Increase The Actual Speed Of The Movie?????
    Hmmm Anyways Just Provide me the Link and If possible The procedure as well..... :D
    Thnx Man Knew Could Count on ya.... :D
     
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    Hey Thanks Man i got The way of Increasing The Frame Rate But I have one probs man The Audio Speed Does not automatically increase along with The video speed......And i didnt get the Decimating point u explained.....Plzz tell me How to get This done..... :)
     
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    for decimation u need virtualdubmod
    i think the link is provided in my post
    decimation means dropping those frame rates
    for eg. if u have 20 frames in a video ...to make it 4 times faster u decimate it by 4
    so u get 5 frames in ur video
    ur dropping 15 frames
    but to adjust the speed .. the videos frame rate is changed (lowered )so the video looks of the same speed ( tho more jerky now )
    therefore we now INCREASE the frame rate to its original state thus obtaining a 4x faster video :D
     
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    Hmmm Yaar This Is Confusing Me a Bit :?....Anyways I will Try It after Downloading The Vdub Mod U instructed....anyways Isnt there any other software that would increase the frame rates directly along with the Sound Speed Being Increased At The Same Time......How bout Tmpgenc (Cause am gonna Convert The video later through This software only so it would be better if u could plzz suggest me some way in it if u could).....Thanks A Hell of a lot for ur help man (Ok Chal Yaar bahut maska Laga Liya :lol: )
     
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