No ones gonna help?
What, you think Adobe Customer Service is on duty 24-7 or something? Maybe on the phone or their own portion of the Adobe web site, but not here! This is a user forum!
You know, it's after 10 PM in the Central Time Zone in the USAon a Friday night. You're darned lucky ANYONE is reading this, pal. Keep that in mind, okay?
Some game recorder probably recorded at some off the wall frame rate. It happens. Highlight the footage in the project window and go file>interpret>main. Check the frame rate of the footage. Change it to what you need.
Dave has a point - people here come from different time zones across the planet and expecting an answer within 15 minutes or even an hour is just not a realistic assumption. People do tend to have otehr things to do, including getting some sleep every now and then. Even more so on weekends. As for the matter at hand - are you even sure whatever game you recorded actually achieved the 60fps you claim you need? Yes, the tool may have recorded at 59.94, but if the game's effective framerate is just 30fps on your system, naturally you'll only have recorded the same frames twice and it will look stuttery when slowed down. Perfectly logical. So unless you can make sure your graphics card can actualyl deloiver these refresh rates, you whole workflow is pointless and wrong.