Can noone here help me out?
Sideinfo: I used fraps to record the footage in the gta 4 video editor at 6 fps, then interpret the footage in adobe premiere to 30 fps and speed up the video 200%.
I think you problem lies here.
Care to explain?
Recording in 6 fps then interpreting to 30 and then speeding things up.
Does not sound like a normal workflow.
You need to get the recording in 30 fps.
What codec is used?
Do you record in 4K?
I record in 4k and fraps (the program I recorded with) uses a proprietary codec but the output is .avi. Why would I need to get the recording in 30 fps? If I playback the scene in 5% the speed and then record this I can get around having to buy expensive equipment to run the game without stutters.
Try to record your screen with Bandicam on 30fps
They have 30 days trial version