What’s supposed to be a nice design feature that adds to the overall impression of a website can turn into a nuisance for visitors if they have to wait for all elements to load and display correctly. one way for optimizing videos for web design is to reduce the video’s file size, which will help to drastically improve page load times and playback performance. However, as each of these factors Frame rate and Video resolution affect the size of the video. Having a high Frame rate and a good Video resolution would increase the size of the video, it may be in the best interest of a web designer to go for both frame rate and resolution so it becomes confusing to understand which one is more important.
Videos are main aspect, used in 90% of sites mainly 34% promotional videos, 31% demonstration videos, 31% demonstration videos, 26 % entertainment videos, 22% news videos, 4% User Generated Content (UGC), 3 Other. It should be optimized with mobile phones as 63% of web surfing is done on Mobiles.…
Why Does Frame Rate Matters?
The term FPS stands for “frames per second” and is also called “frame rate”, referring to both recording and playback speed when talking about video. In regards to shooting, the frames per second measurement are how many frames or images are taken in one second. Frame Rate is the frequency at which the display refreshes. Frame rate options are 24 or 30, 60, 120 and 240. 24 or 30 is determined by the “base frame rate”.
While it won’t make your image look sharper, it only improves usability and makes animations and effects appear nicer and better on the screen.
Why Does Video Resolution Matters?
Video resolution in a display device refers to the number of distinct pixels that could be displayed in each dimension. It is usually quoted as width× height. The video resolutions you see like 360p, 480p, 720p, or 1080p represent the number of horizontal lines a video have from top to bottom. A 480p video is made up of 480 lines stacked one on top of another, with each line being 852 pixels wide. In other words, a 480p video has a resolution of 852×480 pixels.
For comparison, a 720p HD video has 720 lines that are each 1,280 pixels wide, this means that it is more than twice as sharp as the same video at 480p and can be viewed on a much larger screen.
Higher quality video is always the most desirable. As a web designer if I have to go with these two then I will shake hand with the video resolution because while designing a web the video size matters a lot so it’s better to choose a video of higher resolution rather than FPS. A video of lower size and higher resolution will consume less time to load and will provide a great experience to the users.