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Sounds like a bug (or wrong preset, more precisely)....
It seems when I change the preset to 30fps it comes out OK. Rendering the with the preset as is (at 29.97) actually outputs a 59.97 fps quicktime. Not sure if that's a bug or if it's some spec in the h264 codec.
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Thanks for the tip- I reported it. There's an easy workaround (choose the 30fps instead of the default 29.97 fps)- it just took a while to realize what the problem actually was. My people were reporting they couldn't play my H264 renders in real time so I assumed their computers were having a difficult time digesting the h264 overhead. It was actually just the high frame rate.
I have rebooted my computer and cannot reproduce the problem. Just one of those things. Momma always said, "When you get a weird problem, just reboot and see what happens."