H.264 Video Codec for IP cameras
IP cameras with H.264 to compress video files so that they can be stored in only one-third the volume of data and transmitted. In the subsequent output on a stationary or mobile device, the playback quality is still razor sharp. The applications for H.264 as video codec are as diverse as the benefits of this H standards.
Declaration of H.264 functionVideo contents consist of a very large volume of data. This can cause problems when storing and transferring, sometimes even lead to a quality and data loss. With the H.264 standard it is possible to compress video. Both are individual image files as well as the Videoton compressed. For IP cameras this feature means a lot more capacity by remaining free or nascent space. Compared to older compression functions provides H.264 reduced data rates in a very good TV and HD quality. The coding is over older functions of this kind is three times higher. An IP camera, which is equipped with H.264, but also requires around two to three times greater computing capacity to maintain the compression quality in the output quality.
Advantages of this kind of video compression
- IP cameras with H.264 as video codec have a much larger storage capacity than other models
- The transmission of compressed video is not a problem even for receivers with less space
- The output quality is razor sharp and can be done without loss of data in HD quality
- For mobile devices, the output capability of the compressed transfers represents a significant memory relief and improvement in quality
- There are for H.264 nearly unlimited possibilities playback on all standard output devices, since the compression method with many other standards compatible