What is FPS?
FPS in video refers to the frame rate, representing the number of frames displayed per second. It determines the smoothness of motion in a video. Common frame rates include 24, 25, 30, and 60 FPS, with higher FPS providing smoother motion but requiring more processing power.
Why am i getting Low Fps warning?
There can be several reasons for experiencing low FPS in live streaming:
- Insufficient internet bandwidth: Low FPS can occur if your internet connection does not have enough bandwidth to handle the streaming data. Ensure you have a stable and high-speed internet connection.
- Hardware limitations: Your computer’s hardware, such as CPU or graphics card, may not be powerful enough to handle the encoding and streaming process in real-time. Upgrading your hardware or optimizing settings can help improve performance.
- Background processes: Other resource-intensive applications or background processes running on your computer can consume system resources and impact streaming performance. Close unnecessary programs to free up system resources.
- Network congestion: Network congestion or issues with your streaming platform’s server can affect the streaming quality and result in low FPS. Check if there are any known network issues with the platform or try streaming at a different time.