Essentially, the frame rate refers to the frequency that frames in a video are displayed. When you compress your video, it’s best to maintain your video’s native frame rate. When you upload your video, choose the same value you used for the frame rate if there’s an option for ‘keyframes’. It’s also super important that you always choose ‘constant’ frame rate and never ‘variable’ frame rate. We’ll automatically reduce the frame rate if your footage exceeds 60 frames per second to make sure your video is looking its best.
Articles in this section
- What exactly is a codec and what is Codec: H.264?
- What is ‘frame rate’ and what do I need to do about it?
- What is ‘Bit rate’ and what do I need to do about it?
- What is resolution?
- What should I set my audio sample rate to?
- What should I set my audio data rate to?
- What should I set my advanced audio codec to?