Hello! I have a PAL TV, and that means it is best for footage of 25fps and 50fps The TV's refresh rate is 200Hz Well, my questions are: What happens if I play an NTSC file on the TV? (≈30fps), since it doesn't go well with 200Hz much (isn't a multiple)... I thought about how would the TV display such files, assuming and hoping that no frames are dropped. I thought that if you copy a frame 7 times at 200Hz it is approximately 28fps, and if you copy a frame 6 times, it is approximately 33fps. Since the average of them is about 30.95fps, it quite irritates me, as I tend to be quite perfectionist... I wanted to calculate how much frames to play at 33fps and how much frames to play at 28fps (overall in a second) to achieve the closest result to 30fps, again, without dropping frames. I've made a sort of a assumption, which I have no idea if right or even close to reality, since my knowledge at math is quite basic. Here is the link to all the calculations I attempted: desmos.com/calculator/76jnihypub I hope it is understandable enough, and since I have a tendency to confuse between cycle time and frequency, I cannot tell if what I've done makes any sense, it could be absolute nonesense... If it is not even close, then please, I would like if someone could enlighten me and show me how should this be done. And as a side question, if anyone is familiar with this, what do TVs with various refresh rates actually do when given files whose frame rates don't have a common divisor with the Hz of the monitor? Thank you very much!