Any way to get Camtasia in 60FPS? Maybe by moving the .tscproj to another program?

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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. 
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Hello;

Unfortunately there is not; you can see our official update on 60 FPS at: https://feedback.techsmith.com/techsmith/topics/camtasia-60-fps

Please note that any content that you add to a Camtasia 9 project that is above 30 frames per second will have any additional frames removed. If you then produce that content out to bring into a different application, you will have content that is only 30 frames per second. Note that when you added any content that was greater than 30 FPS to Camtasia (current version, or any previous version), the Studio actively cut out any frames beyond 30 frames per second. This means that your 60 FPS content instantly because 30 FPS content by simply adding it to the timeline. As the TSCPROJ project file is our specific format you cannot open it in other applications, instead you would need to produce your file (which would be a 30 FPS file, thus losing any additional benefits one might get by having 60 FPS content). Note that producing 30 FPS content to 60 FPS does not make it smoother, as it is simply doubling the frames from the Studio. Think of it like this, if you have 60 pictures that you took in quick succession, then throw away  every other picture, you are down to 30 pictures; when you are done looking at those 30 pictures and you want to get 60 pictures, you would copy your existing 30 pictures until you got 60 pictures. Camtasia does the same thing with high framerate content (the higher the FPS, the more frames cut).

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Any way to get Camtasia in 60FPS? Maybe by moving the .tscproj to another program....

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. 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled 60 FPS?.

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 <redacted>joke that there's no 60FPS on a program you have to pay for in 2017. Disgusting.
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Edited for language; please keep it clean and respectful.

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