I'll try to explain this as best as I can...
I have a video which a friend recorded with Fraps, he said he used some external program to slow the actual speed of the game down quite a bit (since the game has no command console or anything) but there are parts where I wanted to make it play at normal speed...I do not know what the "normal" playback speed should be for the video, When I try speeding it up by holding control and dragging the video over I noticed while it looks OK you can clearly tell it isn't playing back as fast as normal would be, there are things in the video that actually look like they are still slowed down.
Windows says the frame rate of the video is 60 (his Fraps was set to 60) but my friend said he is 100% positive when he was recording the Fraps counter was recording at 200fps, I know the limit is 100 but a Fraps video recorded at 100fps isn't slow at all, It's like he filmed the game with a high speed camera or something
I asked him to go load his game up, he went in and recorded a ~3 minutes 31 second clip, recorded it normally and the frames (according to virtual dub) were around 12,000 yet when slowing it down and recording the total frames are 20,000, this is the exact same piece of footage give or take 1 second...the time difference is: normal=~3:31 and slow=~5:45.
It kind of sounds like a game problem or something but surely there is a way to make this apparent 200fps video playback at normal speed and look normal isn't there?