How Can I Transcode Existing IP Cameras Into H.265?

I'm interested in getting opinions of products that use well known camera brands and transcode it into HEVC for recording or further distribution. it could be a vms a stand alone streamer or a SDK/library to integrate into existing products.

The result should be a several HEVC video streams. The idea is avoiding to replace a big installation of cameras. Instead we are looking into powerful transcoding server.

Thanks in Advance

Ariel

PS:Please feel free to comment or sugest a different approach for the problem

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