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Video Compression

Video Compression in CCTV

Video-Compression in CCTV

Hi sharp Video compression is the process of encoding a video file in such a way that it consumes less space than the original file and is easier to transmit over the network/Internet.

It is a type of technique that reduces the size of video file formats by eliminating redundant and non-functional data from the original video   File.

Hi sharp Video-compression algorithms such as H.264 / H.265 reduce the raw content data by as much as 1,000 times.

H.265, H.264, and MJPEG are all  standards.

H.265, also known as High Efficiency Coding (HEVC), is a standard that offers improved compression efficiency over its predecessor, H.264. This means that H.265 can compress video to a smaller file size or maintain the same file size while improving video quality.

H.264, also known as Advanced Coding (AVC), is a widely used  standard that offers good compression efficiency and videoS quality. It is commonly used in video streaming, video conferencing, and other applications that require high-quality video at low bitrates.

MJPEG, or Motion JPEG, is a video-compression standard that uses JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) compression to compress individual video frames. MJPEG is less efficient than H.264 and H.265, but it is less computationally intensive and is often used in low-power devices or when real-time video is required.

How Does VideoCompression Work?

Video compression can be an art and a science, but most of us don’t want to get that deep. Instead of spending hours on trial and error, we want to create videos, and quickly compress them for clear images and smooth playback. If you know your video is internet-bound, there are a few things you can do when you are shooting to make it look better on a computer screen and make  a simple process.

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