Vset3D works in 60Hz or 50Hz. This means that when you launch Vset3D, it selects the correct display frequency based on your monitor characteristics. You must take this into consideration when importing live video or any of your media content.
If your monitor runs at 60Hz, your media content must be running at either 60 or 30 frames per second in progressive mode, using either 1920x1080px or 1280x720px.
If your monitor runs at 50Hz, your media content must be running at either 50 or 25 frames per second in progressive mode, using either 1920x1080px or 1280x720px.
If you do not respect these modes your videos and camera moves will not be smooth.
In order to check what frequency your monitor runs at, you must check your graphics card settings. Some computer monitors cannot run at 50Hz.
Vset3D can also run in 24P if you have the appropriate monitor for it.