Is it possible in html5 video to change the number of frames per second?

Good afternoon. There is not very powerful "server" with a bunch of videos. Now a video is played through the player in original quality. But if the quality is high and the communication channels are not very wide, the video starts to slow down.
I understand that to change resolution on the fly, is not likely to succeed, but is it possible in the player to change the number of frames displayed per second? It would reduce the load on the channel and maybe would solve the problem.
April 4th 20 at 13:27
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April 4th 20 at 13:29
Save yourself a headache and put on youtube.

But if you like it, then optimize your video for the web, webm for example.

Either shell out for a expensive rate germanskogo.
If you really detail the problem, it is a corporate network without access to the Internet. On the server are recording with wearable video recorders. So do not ride. - santa_Borer commented on April 4th 20 at 13:32
@santa_Borer, then the first paragraph there, but there are two. For mere mortals enough. - antonia commented on April 4th 20 at 13:35
April 4th 20 at 13:31
If only prerendering all Files and to give already from a server with the desired fps.
April 4th 20 at 13:33
No. The number of frames per second (roughly - FPS) are sewn into the container with the video.
Look for about video encoding.
For example,, dwTotalFrames — indicates the total number of frames in the file and dwMicroSecPerFrame — specifies the number of microseconds between frames, those encoding a video file strictly determined by the number of frames per second. But players like "lag" - this for frame skipping.
Here is the link So when weak channel and video 8K, you can only add preload to the video tag, that he started to pumped in advance.

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