If you choose a Desktop Preset, you can alter the FPS to suit your capture program. Now, you still might have an issue with its CODEC's, but for the FPS, you can nail that one.
Thanks for your response.
Actually, I tried to change some settings in order to have the video the way I wanted and I could found a good settings using this:
Format : H.264
In Video settings:
TV Standart : NTSC
Frame Width : 1008 * 640
Frame Rate : 15
Field Order: Lower
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels
... This givre me a good quality in the Output previous screen (it did not with the other settings) but it keep on exporting a very bad video. As I said, the Title ate okay but the background video is awfull.
If someone could help me with this...]
Make your export match your footage.
Sorry, but I do not think that I was clear on the use of the Desktop (basically a "custom" setting) Preset. This is in your Project/Sequence setup. Match your source footage with these settings. Then, when edited, you can set your Export options, as will be needed.
I apologize for not being more complete.