Average Frame Rate Video Surveillance 2019

By: IPVM Team, Published on May 23, 2019

What is the average frame rated used in video surveillance systems?

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In IPVM's 2011 statistics, the average was 6-8fps increasing to ~10fps in our 2016 statistics. Now, in 2019, the average has increased significantly to 15fps.

Inside this report we provide:

  • Details on current frame rate average
  • Why the significant increase happened
  • Direct quotes from integrators, from over 175 response
  • Comparison charts for FPS in 2011, 2016, and 2019

For fundamentals, see Frame Rate Guide for Video Surveillance.

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Average Frame Rate Usage 2019

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  • "** ***, ***** ****** the "*******" ***** *** too *** ** *** storage. ****** ***** ** H.264 *****. *** **** H.265+ used **** **'* **** fps. ****** **** ************ request *** ********** *** for *** ********* *****."
  • "** ***... **** *** relative *********** **** *** storage *** *** *** of ********* (**** *******) we **** **** ** the ******** ** ****** for * *** *** camera, **** ****** *** to *** *** ** what *** ****** *** do *** *** ***** it ** * ** 15 ***."
  • "** ***. ******* ** cheap. ****** *'* ** a ***** ****** ***** it ******* * ******* or ***** *** ****** of ******* *** * huge ****** ** *********, I ****** ****** **** frame ****. * **** my ********* *** *** always ***** * ****** system ** ****** *** video, *** *** ***'* make ** ***** *** didn't ******* **** *** really **** **."
  • "** *** ** *** as ** *** *.*** and ****** ** **** drive *******."
  • "*** ******** ******* ***** rate ***** ** ** going ** ** **** 10, ******** *** ** better ****** ******* ****** before *** ****** ********* due ** *.*** *********** on ******* *********."
  • "********** *****, ***** / Event ** ** ** IPS, * **** * continuous **** ****** ** use, ** *** ****** has * ***** *****, when ******** ** ****** the ****, **** **** image ** *****, **** in **** ** *** refer ** ******* *****"
  • "* *** **-* **** scaling ** **-** ****** motion ** ******** ******. We ** **** ** conserve ***** *** **** to **** *** **** quality ******* **** ** event ***** ****** **** needs ********."

Why *****?

*********** ******** ***** ******** cited ** ** * good *******:

  • "********* ***** ******* * think ** ** * reasonable ********** ******* ******* space *** ***** ******."
  • "***** ** *** ******* because ** **** ** just ****** ****** *** investigating ** ***** *** the ****** ** ***** motion."
  • "**. **'* * **** middle ** *** **** FPS *******."
  • "*****, ** **** **** storage ******* ************ *** much ***** ******."
  • "******** ** ******. ***** like * **** ******* for **** ************. ********* higher ***** ***** ***** there ** **** ******."
  • "**. ** ****** *** right ******* ******* ******* cost/bandwidth *** *** ********. For **** ************ ** looks ** *** ***** eye **** **** **** and **** ********* *** captured ** ******** ******"
  • "***** ** ** * happy ****** ******* *********/******* maximisation *** ******* ** view ***** **** ** cars ** *** ***** etc."
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  • "** *** - ***** to ** **** ******* between ****** ***** *** transmission *****."
  • "** *** ** ******** a **** *******, ***** on ******* & ********* high *** ******* *** 30 ***"
  • "**** ** **** *** record ** ** **** bandwidth **** **** ******* image"
  • "**. **** ******* ******* quality *** *********/*******."
  • "**. ***** ** ** a **** ******* ******* playback/review *********** *** *********."

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Lower **** *******

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Scenario-Based ***** ****

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Change ** **** *******

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Comments (4)

***** *****! **** ** end **** *********** ***** bandwidth *** ******* ************** is *** *** ****** on ****** ******* *** performance. *** ********** ** FPS *** **** ******* relegated ** *** ***** limits ** *** **** view ******* ***. * can *** ***** *** positive ****** **** ** compression *** ******* *** (or ***********) ***** ************ in ******** ** ************ in ****** **'*. ****** all ***** **** ************* it ****** ** ******* this ***** **** ****** continue *** ***** ************ so ** *** **** decade.

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