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FPS

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Abbreviation for foot-pound-second. See: foot-pound-second system, foot-pound-second unit.

FPS

Abbreviation for:
family planning services 
family practitioner services 
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Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society

FPS

Abbreviation for foot-pound-second system.

fps

Abbreviation for foot-pound-second system.

FPS

Abbrev. for Fellow Pharmaceutical Society.
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2) Viarte's cinema quality frame-rates conversion, including low frame rates (24p/25p), offers any rate to any other rate up/down conversion (up to 120p).
com/2013/11/21/samsung-galaxy-s4-beats-htc-one-in-uncheatable-gaming-benchmark/) reports , the differences in frame rates can be attributed to how a game is optimised for a particular device (for instance, Dead Trigger delivers near identical frame rates for both the S4 and HTC One).
We carried out three tests to examine the effectiveness of the frame rate on animated line symbols under the same size (line thickness), the same color and the small display format.
HFR 3D productions of 48 fps record and play visuals at twice the frame rate.
During gameplay, both systems have trouble maintaining a consistent frame rate when moving through the large city of Novigrad, while combat sequences "flatten[ed] at around 30fps.
High speed video recording requires a high frame rate with short exposure time, resulting in underexposed images.
To enable games and other 3D titles to run with unrivaled image quality as well as at leading-edge frame rates, KYRO II supports highly efficient Full Scene Anti-Aliasing, Internal True Color, and Environmental and Dot3 Bump mapping.
Patent covers imaging process for increased frame rates of imagers for HD and 2K
If you've followed the discussions of microstutter and frame latency in gaming, you're already aware that one reason microstutter is less intuitive than frame rates as an objective performance measure is because the benefit of lower frame times drops off as the constant frame rate approaches 60 fps.
Exhibitors wanting to show high frame rate movies in 3D need a digital cinema projection system with an Integrated Media Block (IMB).
The higher frame rate does even more for a picture projected in a dome.
DCI seeks to work cooperatively with industry participants to establish reasonable requirements to maximize quality and interoperability of equipment that can process and project higher frame rate content.