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How to remove dropped frames created by Camstudio

edited December 2009 in Support
this must be very common problem. When capturing with Max Framerate settings, the result is full of empty dropped frames which makes the file much bigger. Virtualdub can't remove ONLY dropped frames, it just convert it. But the result must be variable FPS. I tried also Decimate and Multidecimate filters for Avisynth, but these two only measuring differences between frames, but not removing only frames marked as dropped. Tritical's Avisynth Filter CFR2TC should do the work, but it failed. I ran out of any ideas. Do you know some way to remove frames marked as Dropped from output AVI?
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