If you want say 10 fps, and you device only supports 7.5 and 15 fps, then run it at fps then "downsample" to 10 fps.
Additionally, there is a good guide here on how to set up a static IP adress (also check out the other tutorials at circuitbasics). For the camera module, you should be fine with the official raspberry pi documentation (also on how to connect and enable it and a very basic getting started for the python module).See Streaming Guide for some tips on tweaking encoding (sections latency and cpu usage).For instance, you could save it to a very fast codec, then re-encode it later. Basically if you're capturing from a live mic, the default behavior for this hardware device is to "buffer" 500ms (or 1000ms) worth of data, before it starts sending it down the pipeline.Note: Win TV v8 is a TV watching, pausing and recording application. All other versions of HD PVR 2 can be used with Win TV v8 but require a separate purchase. Win TV v8 Setup and Install, with IR Blaster installation instructions Use HD PVR 2 with a Mac.Free activation when you purchase the HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Plus.