Frame rate refers to the number of frames per second (fps) that are captured, processed, and displayed on a screen. In the context of OBS, frame rate is an important factor to consider when streaming or recording video content. A higher frame rate results in smoother and more fluid motion, while a lower frame rate can cause stuttering and choppiness. The standard frame rate for most video content is 30 fps, but some content may require a higher frame rate for optimal viewing.
Adjusting the frame rate in OBS is a simple process. First, navigate to the "Settings" menu and select the "Output" tab. From there, you can adjust the "Video Bitrate" and "Encoder" settings to optimize your stream or recording. To adjust the frame rate specifically, select the "Video" tab and adjust the "Base (Canvas) Resolution" and "Output (Scaled) Resolution" settings to match your desired frame rate. Keep in mind that higher frame rates require more processing power and may result in lower video quality if your computer is not equipped to handle it.
Frame rate is a crucial factor in streaming and recording video content. A higher frame rate can improve the viewing experience for your audience, making your content appear smoother and more professional. Additionally, a higher frame rate can help reduce motion blur and improve the clarity of fast-moving objects. However, it's important to balance a higher frame rate with other factors such as video quality and processing power. Ultimately, the ideal frame rate for your content will depend on your specific needs and the capabilities of your computer and streaming platform.
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