In the Minecraft PvP community, we use smart resample(vegas)/frame blending(premiere) on our videos to give it a smoother look. A friend of mine suggested that you guys could add this into Voukoder, we'd greatly appreciate it. We usually record in hundreds of frames per second using nvenc.
Vegas Pro is clunky and awful to use but has good resample.
Premiere Pro has shiny features and is way more pleasant to work with but has bad frame blending.
Is it possible for you to add t-mixing into Premiere Pro?
You can see what tmixing does here
You can try it out with this command (nvenc):
ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -preset fast -c:v h264_nvenc -profile:v high -rc constqp -qp 15 -vf tmix=frames=4:weights="1" -c:a copy -r 60 output.mp4
the value after frames= is what you get when you divide what you recorded in by what you're rendering it (in this case here, 60)
Example of a 4800FPS clip resampled down to 48FPS here, it gives the feeling like real world motion blur and high hz monitors.
I understand this may sound stupid to you but a lot of people would be very grateful if you could add this setting.