If canvas is at 60 fps the outputs should be 60 fps

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If canvas is at 60 fps the outputs should be 60 fps automaticly.

I've just updated to the last Camtasia version, now that finally it supports 60 fps.

When creating a 60 fps video and exporting I see no reason no 'downgrade' them to 30 fps using the current existing presets. I shouldn't need to create a new one.

Ideally if your project is 60 fps or 30fps the export utility should detect that and use that information as a default exporting setting.
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Juan Carlos Ruiz Pacheco

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kayakman, Champion

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I agree

I almost always use custom productions to create videos; I've been tripped up many times when working with 60 FPS projects when I've forgotten to set the production wizard to make 60 FPS video, getting instead a 30 FPS result, so requiring a re-do; this behavior does not make sense to me

if the project is configured for 60 FPS, any production should automatically inherit that output value, unless manually reset back to 30