Video quality is critical when it comes to recording and broadcasting video. Video quality is typically measured by Resolution and Frame Rate.
The resolution is the size of the video on the screen in pixels. For example, a resolution of 720p (in landscape) means the screen will be 1280×720 pixels.
The frame rate is the number of still images displayed per second. If the frame rate of a video is 30 fps (frames per second), it means that each second has 30 images. The more frames you have, the smoother the video will be. When you have a low frame rate, like 15 fps, your video will be choppy.
Studio now supports full 60fps streaming for a smoother, cinematic look. Note that your computers' processor and network conditions will both impact FPS, which will fluctuate slightly throughout a broadcast.