Avigilon ACC Export Bug?

Hello IPVM!

I'm seeing a bug when exporting AVIs from Avigilon's VMS. Basically, when I go to export a generic RTSP stream recording as an AVI, I see that in both VLC and AVInaptic that the frame rate is 120fps... Even though I have the camera running at 10fps.

My main worry here is that bandwidth is not being correctly calculated with these, as Avigilon's bandwidth results (in the VMS) show ~1.2 Mbps, but both VLC and AVInaptic report ~3.1 Mbps when analyzing the exported video. Does anyone have experience with this issue and know how to export a clean AVI file that doesn't explode FPS? (P.S. I don't fully trust Avigilon's bandwidth readings in their VMS).

FWIW, I'm exporting the generic RTSP recordings with the Windows Media Codec (The only codec selectable).

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