Based on information sent from Tandberg’s 6000 and Edge systems (using a 3 rd party networking tool), they can only accept up to 35,000 and 25,000 macroblocks and maintain 30fps in a dynamic environment. Using standard calculations, that means that the maximum resolution TAA can output with the MXP is 448p and still maintain 30fps. And on the Edge, it’s lower at 400p.
Static Macroblock technology was developed by Polycom
This technology was designed to improve frame rates for content sharing, where images had small changes
Reducing the dynamic macroblocks reduces the workload placed on the codec.
If you are struggling to achieve higher frame rates, this is one way to push up that number.
However, this comes at a price. When you rely on static macroblocks and real motion takes place, the video quality suffers with video blurring, blocking and unnatural motion caused by drops in frame rate