I play many games these days, but I always wanted a fast, smooth framerate at 720p quality, so I went looking to see if there was a way to stream video to an iPhone. I found out that I could do so by using the native video output, which is the highest resolution, which is why this article is meant to cover an easy but fun method to stream video at a fast framerate.
If you can stream the best-looking video without blurring it, then why wouldn’t you? The reason why you would not, is that in order to stream it all, you have to watch it to the end! If you want to show your best-looking friend how you did something, you have to let them know when they need to look at the video again to re-watch.
To stream 1080p video is a difficult task since you have to watch it to the end, not only you have to be sure to stream it in perfect sync, but also, you have to make sure you don’t get any choppiness. This article will show you six things you should bear in mind when streaming 1080p video: 1. A 60fps display is your best bet 2. Make sure your output stream is smooth and solid 3.
Here we will discuss the six most important things you should bear in mind when streaming 1080p video, namely: How to keep your output frame rate constant A 60fps video input resolution of 1080p is simply not acceptable 4. Use a video quality setting above a 50fps, such as 20% or 100% 5. Don’t play games in 1080p mode 6.
To be continued…
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