Motion JPEG


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Motion JPEG

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264 and Motion JPEG streams; max HDTV 720p or 1 MP resolution at 30 fps, AXIS Model
Motion JPEG is supported for increased flexibility.
264 video streams as well as Motion JPEG can be retrieved simultaneously, either in full frame rate or individually optimized for different quality needs and bandwidth constraints.
Delivering DVD-quality video performance at high and low bit rates, the C-44 video encoder/ decoder system is capable of compressing up to four video channels over IP using MPEG-4 and motion JPEG.
It can deliver Motion JPEG and advanced MPEG-4 streams simultaneously, providing the ability to optimize for both image quality and bandwidth.
The network camera has built-in motion detection and simultaneous MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG compression to optimize storage and viewing capabilities.
The camera provides full-motion video (up to 30 frames a second) using MPEG-4 compression or Motion JPEG video streaming.
The camera will also do 320 x 240 dot video in Motion JPEG format at a very decent 30 frames per second and has a 10-times optical zoom, so you don't need to be too close to your subject.
The AXIS 243Q blade video server delivers 30 frames a second of video per channel, at 4CIF, in MPEG-4 or Motion JPEG compression.
NetCanSee cameras simultaneously transmit MPEG-4ASP video for real-time monitoring and motion JPEG images for recording.
TC5600 is a complete, shrink wrap single chip camera including image sensor, programmable image processor and real-time JPEG codec, complete with motion JPEG capabilities for video-clip and still photograph capture.
The network camera delivers up to 30 frames a second (full motion) in VGA resolution and uses simultaneous Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 video streams to optimize both image quality and bandwidth efficiency.