Most humans can see at a rate of 30 to 60 frames per second (FPS).
When a video framerate is lower than 20 FPS, we get that breaking motion that is hard to watch for longer.
Remember the famous Charly Chaplin walk? Well, it was more about FPS, than about his moves.
In order to have a better visual experience, it is wise to apply an FPS booster if the video framerate is lower than 20 FPS.
The average human eye cannot process visual data any faster than 60 frames per second, so there is no point in adding more FPS.
Video framerate can be easily checked using your favorite media player.
Most modern video cameras shoot at 60FPS, so it’s advisable to convert any video with lower than 60FPS to 60FPS or more as this is the standard today.
Major video platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok all support 60FPS which provides a much better viewing experience.
Can you notice the difference between the movement of the left and right hand in this video?
Note: This video is a simulation of different FPS. The end effect of your video depends on the quality of the input video.
Find out more about 60 FPS in the post Creating Natural 60 FPS Videos from Low FPS Videos