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The benefits to recording in the MxPEG codec, is that it allows high quality still images to be extracted from anywhere within the recorded sequence.
Even individual images that have captured rapid movement or changes in the scene, can be exported – this is primarily where MxPEG excels and H.264 fails.
Most system recording errors are often caused by poor planning and an underspecified storage device. Giving attention to the right areas when designing the video storage component of a surveillance system will ensure trouble free recording.
In this article we guide you through 7 points that should be considered when planning the recording and storage component of your MOBOTIX system.
Being able to export surveillance video in a format that can be instantly played back using a common media player is useful. To cater for this MOBOTIX released MxPEG DirectShow codec. While this is not a new release, it’s a useful tool that is often overlooked.
Developed using Microsoft’s DirectShow media-streaming architecture, MxPEG DirectShow codec enables users to export MxPEG sequences which can then be played back using Windows Media Player and other common players.
The MOBOTIX Auto-Generate function is a great tool to use when you want to quickly create accurate motion detection windows.
In this tutorial we will show you how to set this up from within Event Overview, which is a new addition to the camera’s Setup Menu…
When buying MOBOTIX, the VMS licensing and ongoing software enhancements are provided free of charge. Take a look at what’s on offer in the latest software release – MX-V126.96.36.199, and you will understand how advantageous this is.
MX-V188.8.131.52 has to be one of the most significant software releases from MOBOTIX to date.
Some of the new camera functions available with the upgrade include – heat mapping and object counting with statistical reporting plus enhanced event management plus more…
The MOBOTIX interface boxes connect directly to a MOBOTIX camera, expanding the camera’s functionality and open up a wider range of integration opportunities for MOBOTIX systems.
A new addition to the range of MOBOTIX interface boxes is the MX-232-IO-Box. Like the other devices, it can be installed outdoors, and is tolerant to a wide range of environmental conditions.