Monthly Archives: April 2009

The 411 on H.264

A few months back we compared H.264 vs. MPEG-4 for surveillance applications, and found that H.264 compression is growing and fast becoming the preferred video compression format for video surveillance.  Here are some of the key advantages of H.264: Low bitrate for reduced … Continue reading

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How to deal with failed SVMotions/DMotions

Here is proof that user communities are great resources for fixing common and uncommon problems. Check out this story from VMware Communities on how to deal with failed SVMotions/DMotions. Are you a member of a user community? Which one(s)?

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Planning Surveillance projects, a NetworkWorld Guide

Great Article in NetworkWorld on planning a surveillance project: from alarms to cameras to choosing an installer to storage for multiple sites.  The article is directed at end-users and explains the relationships between vendors, resellers and installers. A great overview for … Continue reading

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