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Hardware Compression Systems vs. Software Compression Systems

Hardware Compression Systems vs. Software Compression Systems

PC-based DVR systems have become the choice for surveillance system integrators and users due to their higher scalability, flexibility and ease of customisation. However, choosing a hardware compression system or software compression system can make a big difference.

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Comparison of IP- and Analog-based Surveillance Systems

Comparison of IP- and Analog-based Surveillance Systems

When the question is asked Is a network camera more expensive than an analog camera the answer is a resounding yes. It should be, since it includes more functionality than its analog counterpart.

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What is an IP-Camera - 9 Pages

What is an IP-Camera - 9 Pages

Recent advances make it possible to connect cameras directly to an IP-based computer network. Network camera technology enables a user to have a camera at one location and view live video at another location over the network/Internet. - Axis Communications.

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TVL - The True Measure of Video Quality from ACTi

TVL - The True Measure of Video Quality from ACTi

Not long ago VGA and D1 resolution IP cameras were common in the video surveillance market. At that time everybody knew how to evaluate video quality of the camera. With the appearance of 1-Megapixel and 1.3-Megapixel cameras it was still quite easy to compare products with each other.

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Surveillance-IP-Video Transcoding

Surveillance-IP-Video Transcoding

IP surveillance and compressed video
Over the last few years, network-based video management systems have emerged as the leading integrated solution technology in the video surveillance industry, replacing traditional analog systems and DVR systems.

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