Zipstream May Not Be So Zippy On Playback...

Came across this Axis deck on zipstream that contained this panel:

maybe just axis being conservative...

Has anyone tried high-speed scrubbing back and forth on an aggressively GOP compressed zipstream?

4x may seem fast enough, but as I found out after purchasing an NVR that maxed out at 4x, it can be supremely irritating if you have a lot of ground to cover. Ditto with latent scrubbing back and forth.

Not mentioned but worth investigating is possible issues with multi-window jumbo GOP playback.

Anybody seen anything one way or another?

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