When it comes to whether the Live Stream Camera is good or bad. What springs to the mind of most people is the machine’s pixels, picture resolution, and then there is no more. As if in the public awareness as long as the pixels and resolution are high enough, the camera is a good machine. But in fact, such an understanding is somewhat one-sided. It’s not enough to just think about pixels and high resolution when considering to buy a great conference camera or live streaming camera. Here I would like to share a bit about How To Choose A Live Stream Camera.
1.Transfer Interfaces Of The Live Streaming Cameras
The high speed transmission interface is one point that many people do not pay attention to. This data greatly affects the machine’s ability to transmit the collected data. If we use an interface with less transmission bandwidth, the data can become clogged or even skip frames. Both of which are to be avoided as much as possible in video conferencing and live streaming.
2.Video Capture Capability Of The PTZ Streaming Camera
It is necessary to know that the video capture capability of the camera is one of the core functions of the camera. As the video capture of the camera is currently achieved through software. And the stronger the capture capability, the better the picture display. And the higher the processing power of its own CPU requirements. Nowadays the maximum resolution of the mainstream camera capture screen is 1920 x 1080. But at this resolution no camera can reach 30 fps capture effect, when the screen will produce jump phenomenon. So that this video capture speed, basically is only a theoretical indicator. When judging the good or bad of the machine, also need to combine the resolution with the frame rate, in order to make a judgment.
3.Image Compression Formats Of The Broadcast Cameras
In fact, MJPEG and MPEG-4 are two common image compression formats, each with their own advantages in terms of image quality and bandwidth usage. So a good conference camera will support both compression formats, allowing users to choose between them according to their actual needs. More importantly, a good conference camera should work 100% in accordance with the MJPEG and MPEG-4 international standards for image compression, which not only ensures that users can use video streams from different applications, but also ensures that users can still view the recorded images now, 10 years later, which has the advantage of keeping the image information for a longer period of time and more secure storage. This may not be important for live cameras, but it is one of the most important indicators for judging conference cameras.
Actually, WIN-J86RS can meets all the complicated needs below. There are two optical zoom-12x and 20x for you to choose. In addition, its interfaces include SDI, HDMI, LAN, USB3.0. Also support NDI|HX which can solve the signal delay problem smoothly. And the 1920*1080 resolution can present a clear image for you.
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