I am using QuickTime Player on macOS to watch NVIDIA Highlights captured at higher than 60fps. Why does video appear in slow motion?

Answer ID 4824
Updated 06/12/2019 02:45 PM
I am using QuickTime Player on macOS to watch NVIDIA Highlights captured at higher than 60fps.  Why does video appear in slow motion?
Highlights are captured with the original quality of the game stream.  If you are using the Competitive streaming quality or have set the frame to be 120fps, your Highlights will be captured at high frames per second.  Normally videos captured at high frames per second are used to show slow motion.  As a result QuickTime Player treats them like that, and will show  special effects indicators during playback.  To disable this effect, the controls can be moved to the beginning or ending of the clip prior to playback.  Alternatively you can use other video players, such as VLC, which can properly play Highlight videos with high frames per second.
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