Team network requirement

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1.2 Mbps Peer-to-peer HD quality video calling with resolution of HD 720p at 30fps
1.5 Mbps Peer-to-peer HD quality video calling with resolution of HD 1080p at 30fps
500kbps/1Mbps Group Video calling
1Mbps/2Mbps HD Group video calling (540p videos on 1080p screen)

What if i Change to 60fps 

and what does it mean by 540p videos on 1080p screen






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best response confirmed by ThereseSolimeno (Microsoft)
Hi @supportsib,

fps means Frames per second. Here is a definition

The greater the FPS, the smoother the video motion appears, and the greater the speed at which images are shown. Full-motion video is usually 30 FPS or greater. For example, movies are usually displayed at 24fps, since this frame rate is similar to how we see the world, and creates a very cinematic look. Video that’s broadcast live or video with a lot of motion, such as a sporting event or video game recording, will often have a higher frame rate, as there’s a lot happening at once and a higher frame rate keeps the motion smooth and the details crisp.

Some Teams cameras are designed to be able to capture higher fps

Video content with a higher frame rate has more data to transmit compared to a video with a lower frame rate, but as the article below states - which is a good read - you may not need 60 fps depending on what you are trying to achieve

540p on 1080p screen means 540 pixel videos on a 1080 pixel screen refers to the resolution of the video call. As a general rule the higher the resolution the higher the bandwidth. Now, groups calls because they have more people on them will be higher bandwidth than peer-to-peer or 1:1 video calls.

There is a uservoice open to be able to set your own video resolution quality in the Teams Meeting here

Hope that answers your question

Best, Chris


If you change the video calling frame rate to 60fps (frames per second), it will result in a smoother and more fluid video quality. The number 30fps represents 30 frames displayed in one second, while 60fps doubles that, displaying 60 frames in the same time frame. So, switching to 60fps will increase the frame rate and make the video appear smoother. However, it's important to note that higher frame rates require more data bandwidth and processing power, so make sure your internet connection and device can handle fm without causing any lag or issues.

So, when you have a video with a 540p resolution being displayed on a 1080p screen, the video will not take up the entire screen, and it might appear smaller or with black bars around it. This is because the video's resolution is lower than the screen's resolution, and it's not taking full advantage of the screen's capabilities. However, it can still be viewed on the 1080p screen, but the video quality won't be as sharp and detailed as it would be if the video resolution matched the screen resolution (i.e., 1080p video on a 1080p screen).


@sainlara It seems like you've provided information about adjusting video calling frame rates and explained the impact of mismatched resolutions on video quality. If you have any specific questions or if there's anything else you'd like to know or discuss about fm whatsapp latest version download or related topics, feel free to ask!