Tag Archives: compression

Hyper Converged infrastructure simplifies virtual environments

Hyper Converged infrastructure adoption is increasing in enterprise data center environments these days and that’s due to the fact that it helps to simplify the architecture of virtual environments at a low cost. Now, for those, who are not familiar … Continue reading

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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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Bytes, Cameras, Action!

You just installed two dozen high resolution cameras in your surveillance system. You got your video management software, your video servers, and your storage. So what else do you need to consider? Bytes: Define your storage requirements upfront. You don’t want to exceed … Continue reading

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H264 or MPEG4 for Surveillance Applications?

I was looking in on the Surveillance Technology Group on LinkedIn and found this interesting discussion: Frank Miko, Cheatham & Associates: What are your thoughts on H264 as compared to MPEG4 or other compression formats? Responses: Craig Waltzer, Aventura Holdings … Continue reading

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