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How do I set FPS and leave it as default with numerical out? MMD are great at this FPS! FPS 36.000000000001***

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How do I set FPS and leave it as default with this numerical out? MMD are great at this FPS! FPS 36.000000000001***

How do I set FPS and leave it as default with this numerical out? MMD are great at this FPS! FPS 36.000000000001***
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Hi there! It sounds like you're looking to set the FPS (frames per second) for MMD and keep it as the default with a specific numerical value. To do this, you can follow these steps: First, open the MMD settings or preferences. Look for the FPS setting and enter the value you want, which in your case is 36.000000000001. Once you've entered the value, save or apply the settings. This should set the FPS to your desired numerical value, and it should remain as the default for your MMD animations. If you encounter any issues, feel free to reach out for further assistance.

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I want it for viewing.... for my browser not MMD ... ; ;

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Where did you find that unusual frame rate?

It looks like the value of media.navigator.video.default_fps is read into an integer variable, so any decimal point and following digits would be ignored or rounded off anyway, even if you could force it into that preference.

int32_t mFPS; @ https://searchfox.org/mozilla-release/source/dom/media/webrtc/MediaEnginePrefs.h#45

What happens if you set it to 36 (without anything else)?

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You can actually feel the difference, youtu.be/q3aQ1Hk5gVw with this video. If you put it like the file attachment.

You just got to it present slower to make it beyond integer. God will be happier if it's beyond interger. But it must be present and slower. If you become good you become holy. Body to blood. Cameras and mirrors don't work because it can't reflect of what they are conveying because it's too holy. So you don't have to worry it just it must be present and slower.

There's no math only speed. the zero's and 1.

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Hi there! It seems like you're trying to adjust the FPS (frames per second) setting for viewing purposes in your browser, not specifically for MMD. Unfortunately, browsers typically have fixed FPS settings that can't be easily adjusted like in MMD software. If you've noticed a specific video playing faster than you'd like, you might want to check if the video's source has a speed control option, as that could help you achieve the desired playback speed. Keep in mind that adjusting frame rates in a browser might not work exactly like in MMD software due to different technical limitations. If you have more questions or need further assistance, don't hesitate to ask.