SVP in a first pass calculates the motion vectors for the frame ( the direction and velocity that every object in the video has moved with ), and then on the second pass it generates intermediate frames.
With that technique it can generate the intermediate frames between each frame of the original video, like when going from 24fps to 60fps.
As you have seen SVP is only for windows and there's not any guide to easily use it under Linux, but it can be used under linux too and it's not much difficult.
!!!IMPORTANT : The method shown here does not work with ubuntu because of some unknown wine build bug
First of all, download the archive here https://tizbac.ovh/owncloud/index.php/s/RS28NIrJVIR4zfo , install wine and ffmpeg.
Unpack the archive in your home directory , i.e you should have at the end /home/yourusername/60fps
ln -sf $HOME/60fps $HOME/.wine/drive_c/60fps
Follow the instructions of the installer( just click next ,next... finish)
Then edit script.avs and change FFMpegSource2 filename to your source movie if you want to specify a path outside drive_c , /a/b/c becomes Z:\a\b\c and save it.
Now you can launch x264:
If you need to , adjust bitrate and preset to suit your needs.
Now it should start interpolating and reeencoding the video, it will take a lot of time if you don't have an highend machine, but x264 is heavy, nothing can be done about it.
After that command you should end up with the interpolated video without sound, to re-add sound you can use ffmpeg
ffmpeg -i x264output.mp4-itsoffset 0.4 -i originalfile.mp4 -c:v copy -c:a aac -strict -2 -map 0:v:0 -map 1:a:0 outputfilewithsound.mp4
There too, if needed, adjust itoffset ( audio delay offset , interpolation seems to add a delay , still have to figure out why ).
After that you should have the movie with audio and 60 fps, have fun!