When using a high-speed camera, you can currently configure Kinovea to show you the times expressed in the real action timeframe.
(So when the position label says "1 second", it's 1 second of action, not one second of video).
Currently though, the little slider for speed percentage is still relative to the video timeframe. If you set it to 5%, it just means the video is displayed at 5% of its original framerate.
What might be interesting is to have the speed percentage to be also expressed in the action timeframe. Then when you ask 5% it would mean that the performance you are watching is progressing at 5% of the speed of the real action.
I'm not sure if that was clear… To picture it, say you have captured at 250fps and the resulting file is 25fps. Then by default the middle of the speed slider would say 10% not 100%.
Would that be interesting ?
Should that be the default when you have configured for high-speed camera?