Step 1) Set your frame rate in xsplit to the higher of the 2 frame rates. In our case 60 fps.
Step 2) Open up the stream you wish to stream at a different frame rate and use this modifier on your preset "&ex:fps:30" You cannot use this on the default xsplit preset but the closest one to it is very fast so your preset box should look like this "veryfast&ex:fps:30" without quotes.
This will now make your x264 encode your stream at 30 fps while leaving the preset to veryfast on local recording will make it record at your full 60 fps.
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