Section 3 - Configuration
You may configure four video profiles with different settings for your camera. You may also set up different profiles for
your computer and mobile display. In addition, you may configure the audio (speakers and microphone) settings for
Encode Type: This sets the video codec used for the video stream. You
can choose MPEG-4 or MJPEG (JPEG). Internet Explorer browsers can
view both MPEG-4 and MJPEG video streams, and non-IE browsers can
only view MJPEG video streams.
Resolution: This sets the display resolution of the video stream. If the
Resolution is different than the Sensor Output size, the video will be
shrunken or enlarged to the Resolution size you set here.
FPS: This sets the target number of frames per second (FPS) for the
video stream. Higher frame rates will provide smoother video.
bps: This sets the target bitrate of the video stream. Higher bitrates will
provide better quality video. When the Encode Type is set to MJPEG, you
cannot change the bps setting. Also, available bps settings may change
depending on what the Encode Type, Sensor Output, Resolution, and
FPS settings are set to.
JPEG Quality: This sets the JPEG quality of any manual snapshots you take when this video profile is selected
RTSP URL: This setting allows you to set a suffix for your camera's RTSP URL so you can view your camera's video
with this video profile's settings. For example, if you enter "mpeg4" as your RTSP URL setting and your camera's IP
is 22.214.171.124, you can view your camera's video with these settings through 126.96.36.199/mpeg4.
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