Thanks for coming back to answer this.
The issue for the particular bug that you are experiencing is that somehow the clip reconnect feature was buggy in version 4.1.1. Reconnecting clips would result in the in and out points no longer being set correctly and the playback framerate being slower than was indicated. This would only happen for some clips. Others would remain unaffected.
We considered this an extremely high priority issue, and it was fixed within a day of us hearing about it. This fix was included in version 4.1.2, so reconnecting the clips works again.
However, clips that were reconnected on 4.1.1 will show the incorrect behaviour on any version, because these incorrect settings were saved into the reconnected composition. Unfortunately, the only way to solve this is to load the clip again or to replace it (by dragging the source file over the video tab of the clip tab), and then saving the composition.
We do not know what could have caused this bug to occur (if we did, it most likely wouldn't have happened in the first place). This particular bug is clearly limited to the clip reconnect feature, and certainly unrelated to buffer size. As your questions show, it can be very confusing if bugs get lumped together in one thread. This is why we discourage people to speculate over whether or not they are related. We hope that you understand that we look at every report, and if there are issues which can potentially interfere with Resolume functioning correctly, we take immediate action.
We're very sorry that you are experiencing inconvenience because of all this, but at this moment, the only way to solve is to take the time to look over any comps you may have reconnected on 4.1.1.
I hope that explains the issue. If you have additional questions or are not yet satisfied, feel free to ask.