Bandwidth (Mbit/s) is the product of the per frame compressed image size (Mbit) and the framerate (FPS or Hz). The size of a single frame depends on the image quality setting and the number of pixels changing between sequential frames. A static desktop requires very little bandwidth because no pixels are changing, while a full-screen movie results in nearly all pixels changing between frames. Upon connecting to a TGX Sender, the user can set the desired image quality to control bandwidth consumption. After connecting, a peak framerate can be selected from the TGX toolbar.

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