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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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Because of these reasons, the difference between locations of the read pointer and the write pointer has to be kept in a certain range without breaking the frame flow or the frame rate.
It's now being debated on whether or not the frame rate counter will stay on the consumer-ready version of the Project Scorpio.
Running the trio of background tasks devastates the minimum frame rate in these games.
Bryson (1993) evaluated the effects of frame rate and latency in a two-dimensional (2D) environment.
Other solutions being introduced in the camera stage area of FOR-A's NAB booth include the RFC-ONE real time flash corrector and VFC-7000A variable frame rate camera.
A Switch user and a third-party developer have provided evidence that this Wi-Fi feature is causing the frame rate problems, as reported by (http://www.
High speed video recording requires a high frame rate with short exposure time, resulting in underexposed images.
KYRO II delivers an unprecedented combination of frame rate performance and image quality, thanks to an architecture that makes extremely efficient use of the available memory bandwidth and incorporates a host of sophisticated features that support user demand for ever-increasing scene complexity.
Iconix Video, a leading developer of advanced high-definition camera systems and manufacturer of the Studio2K, the only point-of-view (POV) camera system capable of 2K digital cinema outputs, announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US patent 8,218,052, entitled "High Frame Rate High Definition Imaging System and Method.
Even when the graphics settings were set to Very Low, Dmax3901 still experienced frame rate dips.
A higher frame rate isn't necessarily a good thing in this case, and Digital Foundry found the steady 30fps to be preferable.
The Hobbit: an Unexpected Journey is the first mainstream feature film to be released in a higher frame rate than the 24 frames per second (fps) currently used in cinemas.