Setting Video Deinterlacing
Use the video deinterlacing option to remove artifacts from the PTZ camera image that can
come about from the combining (interlacing) of the even and odd lines of two consecutive
frames. This option is only available for standard definition HDZ models as the high definition
cameras do not interlace the images.
Video Compression Settings
This section describes how to set the video compression settings, how to display the
compression information on the home page, and how to enable Constant Bit Rate (CBR) mode.
Use the four H.264 profile drop-down lists to select one of the following profiles for each
Baseline profile. Lower compression ratio setting. This profile is primarily for
applications that require additional data loss robustness.
Main profile. Mid-range compression ratio setting (default setting). This profile is
primarily used for standard definition digital broadcasts that use the MJPEG-4 format.
High profile. Higher compression ratio setting. This profile is primarily used for
high-definition digital applications.
Make sure the high compression ratio is supported by the system before
selecting it for use.
Click the Save button directly below the H.264 profile options.
This feature is only supported by the HDZ PTZ models: HDZ30(X) and
Click the Streaming tab (Video Format is selected by default in the lefthand column).
Use the Video Deinterlacing drop-down list to select the type of deinterlacing to use with
the PTZ camera from the following options:
3D Deinterlacing (default setting). This setting enables 3D deinterlacing, which is the
most effective deinterlacing algorithm available for the HDZ series cameras.
Intra Field Deinterlacing. This setting enables a simpler intra field deinterlacing
Intra Field Deinterlacing (Off). This setting disables deinterlacing.
Click the Save button directly below the Video Deinterlace options.
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