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Can you see your FPS (frames per second) during a connection?

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Zachary RAineri, User (Posts: 2)

Sep 08, 2019 8:22:11 am EDT

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Is there a way where you can you see your FPS during a connection? Also, is it capped at the dropdowns 25 or if you have it on "High" cpu usage will that get you better than 25? I'm using it with a work machine and trying to get it as responsive as possible.

Optimizations already completed:
1. Using direct connection
2. Both PC's are powerful (ram, cpu, graphics)
3. Both PC's are optimized and up-to-date on software and all drivers
3. Both are on very good (200MB+) internet connections

Polina Krasnoborceva, Support (Posts: 1011)

Sep 09, 2019 2:22:03 pm EDT

Hello Zachary,

Thank you for your message.

Is there a way where you can you see your FPS during a connection?

Unfortunately, there is no such feature and we do not plan do implement one.

Also, is it capped at the dropdowns 25 or if you have it on "High" cpu usage will that get you better than 25?

The chosen FPS value only matters if the FPS is chosen as the CPU usage mode. If any other CPU usage mode is chosen, there's no FPS limitation. Generally, FPS values are conditional as it's slightly different from the regular video format and there are special algorithms that pick the right value.

I'm using it with a work machine and trying to get it as responsive as possible.

You might also try some solutions that are listed in this KB article: https://www.remoteutilities.com/support/kb/slow-remote-connection-speed-performance/

Hope that helps.

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