You might want to try Windows Media Encoder instead. You can change the
Here is what its help file says about it.
"Frame rate. Type the frames per second (fps) for the video stream. The
amount that you adjust this value to depends on the speed of your computer
processor and whether you are encoding high-motion or low-motion video.
High-motion video generally looks smoother if you use a higher frame rate,
but a higher frame rate increases the amount of work the processor must
perform. The setting you specify represents the maximum fps. Depending on
factors such as the video size setting and available bandwidth, the actual
fps you achieve might be lower. "
"MrNeeds" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi guys, i was just wondering if its possible to change the codec on
> windows movie maker and have 60fps on the output video, i do a lot of
> gaming and encode a lot of videos, i have noticed that the output file
> can only be encoded to 29.97fps on NTSC and PAL is 25fps, since we are
> in the HD age of technology, most high definition signals broadcast at
> 60fps or more (in some cases upto 100fps), any help of aftermarket
> codecs i can get for WMM?
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