Streaming / Recording Class

Author: John Honovich, Published on Nov 06, 2012

Compression settings, choosing between CBR and VBR, analyzing video quality, and selecting motion vs continous recording are critical issues for streaming and recording of video surveillance. In our current IPVMU class, we had an excellent discussion on these issues.

The full 1 hour class is recorded and embedded below:

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