Adaptive Bitrate Streaming
Adaptive Bitrate Streaming is a technique for streaming video over the Internet and to mobile devices and networks. Adaptive bitrate streaming measures the real-time bandwidth and decoding capacity of each streaming device and adapts encoded or transmitted video quality accordingly.
Adaptive bitrate streaming requires a video encoder that can encode a single stream at multiple or variable bitrates. A streaming client adapts or switches the encoded video quality depending on its available bandwidth and CPU capacity, to deliver optimized streaming quality for every fixed or mobile device and network.
View and manage cameras within a LAN or around the world.
Real-time situational awareness.
Network Transition Resilience
Continuous streaming from WiFi to 4G and back.
Resolutions from HD, 4K, 8K
Record and playback cameras from HD to 8K resolution.
Support thousands of concurrent cameras.
Ethernet / PoE and 4G Cat M1 / 4G LTE / 5G.
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