Frame skipping is a streaming mode available for IP cameras. Using frame skipping significantly increases the number of streams a single BrainFrame instance can handle at the cost of framerate.
Frame skipping allows BrainFrame to decode a significantly smaller amount of frames, cutting down on decoding overhead. As of now, the resulting framerate will depend on the keyframe interval of the video stream, which can often be configured in the settings for an IP Camera or NVR.
Frame skipping can be found under "Advanced Options" when creating an IP camera stream.
If you are specifying a custom pipeline, frame skipping will only work if an element in the pipeline is named "buffer_src". See the page on custom pipelines for details.