Y3Fe5O12 (YIG) films have been deposited onto single crystal Gd4Ga5O12(GGG) substrates by publsed laser deposition. For a given set of experimental parameters, the oxygen background pressure and substrate tempetature were optimized to achieve the narrowest ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) lines. The repetition rate was then varied from 10 to 50 Hz. There is a cleasr transition from films with low saturation magnetization 4πM
≈ 300 Gs, high coercive fields H
> 20 Oe, and broad FMR lines ΔH > 100 Oe to films with 4πM
≈ 1400Gs, H
< 10 Oe, and ΔH ≤ 10 Oe. This crossover occurs when the laser repetition rate is changed from 20 to 30 Hz. No significant differences could be detected in any of the other investigated properties: crystalline structure, cation concentration rastio, amd surface roughness do not depend on the repetition rate. Annealing experiments show that the films deposited at 10 and 20 Hz repetition rate are oxygen deficent. We loaded the film deposited at 20 Hz with oxygen, so that it reached the bulk value for 4πM
. The coercive field, however, remained large.