> Forcing the video speed will lead to A/V desync unless the input is 
> video-only, the input has already the chosen speed or there is a bug in the 
> transcoding application.
> Since changing the video speed with the input option r is a very hacking 
> approach in FFmpeg, it does not always work.
> 
> Carl Eugen

Could this be avoided at least mostly by forcing it to be 24000/1001 instead? 
If that solves the issue of the 24fps not playing back on the TV that is. I 
sort of doubt that the source was actual 24 frames per second, maybe a mishap 
when it was encoded at some point changed this.
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