And yes you would still need to figure in timedelta in there somewhere.
camstudio wont work, you dont understand that these programs fudge things up big time when it come to animation recording. they're not designed to cap a high framerate, and when they do the video needs to be small, and the capping of such highframerates will mess up the recording since the playing of the program uses the same resources as the recorder. ideally for high quality animation recording you want the video to be rendered so that you can get every frame, and not rely on system specs for the playing of the animation during the recording. U most certainly do not want timedelta, as the fps will be under 10 on any normal machine during the process, so then when the animation plays back once you put all the rendered frames together, everything will run at 10x speed. i have alot of experience with this kind of thing. video records will give you undesirable results if your looking for professional quality.
now im not sure if hes just using construct as a medium for making his video and wants things to be top notch, or if he simply want a pretty good job of capturing simple things. for the latter my method isnt ideal. but if its the former then it is.
btw ash theres no way of exporting a frame as an image? id think a screen cap function for percisely this kind of use would be nice.