Upgrade Existing Cameras to H.264

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 12, 2009

Most IP camera manufacturers migrating to H.264 require the purchase of new hardware. If you are using existing MPEG-4 cameras and want to upgrade to H.264, you generally need to replace them with new cameras that support H.264.

In Bosch's recent 4.0 software release, existing Bosch cameras currently running MPEG-4 may be field upgraded to H.264. 

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