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FPS

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

FPS

Abbreviation for:
family planning services 
family practitioner services 
fee-paying service, see there 
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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In addition to being fodder for a documentary on the history of film and broadcast television, frame rates and interlacing are currently hot topics in the area of digital signal processing (DSP).
To achieve the best possible Quality of Service (QoS), ST's proprietary Cross-Layer Controller algorithm allows all of the transmission parameters such as WLAN configuration and video stream bit rate, frame rate and resolution to be optimized jointly and dynamically.
Bryson (1993) evaluated the effects of frame rate and latency in a two-dimensional (2D) environment.
A massive list of detail settings gives you the chance to turn the world on or off - damn the frame rate consequences.
By changing the number of sides on the prism, the frame rate is multiplied, but the size of the picture is diminished proportionally.
The new additional frame rates are particularly well-suited for drama, movie and commercial productions in 4K and 6K, as well as productions at 50/60p in 6K and VR productions using large viewing angle of 6K 3:2 in 60p.
A promotional image has shown it displaying a frame rate counter, but at the time its actual function was heavily debated.
Currently, none of the games offer an option to revert to standard PS4 graphics settings in order to maintain frame rate performance.
Technology trends are driving an evolution of modern media workflows, including higher-resolution imagery, higher frame rates, higher dynamic range, wider colour gamut, and simply more cameras per shoot.
Demand for high-speed camera within the R&D sector is also growing owing to its high frame rate, image processing, and wide light sensitivity range.
H.264 never required a higher CPU percentage than Silverlight, though the difference never mattered, since both codecs played at full frame rate on all Windows computers and delivered an unacceptable experience on the two Macs.