Adobe Connect Support Blog

November 25, 2014 /Meeting /

Frames Per Second during screen-sharing in Connect Meeting

How many frames per second (FPS) are broadcast during Connect live meetings?

Frame rate, also known as frame frequency and frames per second (FPS), is the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces unique consecutive images called frames. The term applies equally well to film and video cameras, computer graphics, and motion capture systems. Frame rate is most often expressed in frames per second (FPS) and is also expressed in progressive scan monitors as hertz(Hz).” –Wiki.

We can change the Video quality from a meeting room by going to Meeting – Preferences – Screen Share: Low, Medium, Standard (default) and High.

The data in tabular format:

Bandwidth/Video Quality Quality FPS Max Resolution
LAN/High 90 20 640*480
LAN/Standard (Default) 80 15 640*480
LAN/Medium 75 10 320*240
LAN/Low 70 8 320*240
DSL/High 85 15 640*480
DSL/Standard 80 10 320*240
DSL/Medium 75 8 320*240
DSL/Low 70 4 320*240
Modem/High 80 15 320*240
Modem/Standard 75 10 320*240
Modem/Medium 70 8 320*240
Modem/Low 70 4 160*120

Note: In C9.2, there were 12 quality levels:  480p will still be the max @ 20fps.

In C9.3, only Low, Medium, Standard and High quality options are available dependent on the level set for video quality in meeting preferences:

Video Quality Quality FPS Max Resolution
High 90 20 640*480
Standard (Default) 80 10 320*240
Medium 75 8 320*240
Low 70 4 160*120
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