60 FPS?

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I've fallen in love with Camtasia 9. I use other programs for when I'm doing something complex but Camtasia make it super easy for me to make quick edits. However... it's missing one of the most key features in an editing program (it honestly blows my mind that they don't have it): 60FPS.

Is there any workaround to render in 60FPS? Or maybe to actually be able to open a .tscproj in another program and render it there in 60FPS? I love editing certain things in Camtasia but 60FPS is essential. 

And before you say "you can record in 60FPS!" no. I don't use Camtasia to record, and even if I did... what's the point of 60FPS if I can't even edit it and render in 60FPS? It's honestly a fucking joke that there's no 60FPS on a program you have to pay for in 2017. Disgusting. 
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eternitysmp

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Joe Morgan

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Robert explained to you in great detail why you cannot do what you are asking using Camtasia.

I thought you were probably using Camtasia to record the screen. That's Camtasia's 1st primary function for most users.
I mistakenly tried to help you out by letting you know how record at 60 fps. While capturing microphone and system audio.

So, you cannot render at 60 fps. Go use your other programs.

Joe
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Why do you "need" 60 fps? In my opinion 60 fps is a waste of bandwidth and storage space, at least if you are delivering video online. 
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