You can change the output settings of the captured video.

Resize Video:

You can resize the output video to a custom size or select one of the predefined presets. To use a custom size, just enter the desired Width and Height then click OK.

You can either crop or shrink/enlarge the video to the chosen size.

The aspect ratio of the original source can also be preserved, in which case the Width or Height is automatically adjusted.

Change Frame Rate:

You can limit the frame rate of the output video. This may help to reduce the CPU demands required to encode the video. However, limiting frame rate to lower values may result to some pixelated frames and/or blank frames.

Note that the MPG, DV and PSP formats have fixed frame rate settings:

.mpg = 23.98 fps

.dv (NTSC) = 29.97 fps

.dv (PAL) = 25 fps

PSP = 29.97 fps

Enable Time-lapse:

You can set Debut to record a long time-lapse video. An example of this would be watching clouds racing in the sky.

This feature will work together with the frame rate. You can compute the length of the output video using these formula:

output_length_in_seconds = recording_time_in_seconds / seconds_per_1frame_captured / frame_rate

output_length_in_seconds = recording_time_in_minutes / minutes_per_1frame_captured / frame_rate

output_length_in_seconds = recording_time_in_hours / hours_per_1frame_captured / frame_rate

where recording_time_in_yyy is the length of the actual recording, yyy_per_1frame_captured is the "Capture One Frame Every" setting, frame_rate is the "Frame Rate" setting, and / is the division operator

For example, if the frame rate is 30 and time-lapse setting is 1 second per frame, then the output video is 2 seconds per minute of recording (i.e. 60 / 1 / 30 = 2). But if the frame rate is 15 and time-lapse is 4 seconds per frame, then the output will be 1 second per minute of recording (i.e. 60 / 4 / 15 = 1).