Topic: Possible Changes to Configure Video Timing... Capture FPS < Video FPS
Currently using the Configure Video Timing… under the Video menu, you have the ability to change both the Capture Framerate and Video Framerate. When a new video is imported, the default video framerate is imported directly from the file and the capture framerate is assumed to be the same value. This is not a bad assumption, however, if you increase the video framerate, the program assumes that the capture framerate has to be equal to or greater than the video framerate and sets the capture framerate equal to the video framerate. This is true while recording a video with a video camera where the video framerate physically can’t be higher than the capture framerate without repeating identical images.
This may be an unnecessary restriction as you may want to speed up a video using a higher video framerate even though the capture framerate was lower. Unless this change affects the capture mode of the software, I would remove this restriction. I agree with defaulting the capture framerate to the playback framerate when first opening a video file, but I would not force this assumption on users by forcing the capture framerate to be equal to or greater than the playback framerate. I do like the reset buttons that reset the framerates to the original video file framerates.