gst_video_decoder_negotiate_default_caps() is meant to pick a default output
format when we need one earlier because of an incoming GAP.
It tries to use the input caps as a base if available and fallback to a default
format (I420 1280x720@30) for the missing fields.
But the framerate and pixel-aspect were not explicitly passed to
gst_video_decoder_set_output_state() which is solely relying on the input format
as reference to get the framerate anx pixel-aspect-ratio.
So there is no need to manually handling those two fields as
gst_video_decoder_set_output_state() will already use the ones from
upstream if available, and they will be ignored anyway if there are not.
This also prevent confusing debugging output where we claim to use a
specific framerate while actually none was set.