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Hikvision ip cctv video jump

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by gillyd88, 8 Feb 2018.

  1. gillyd88

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    Good evening.

    I have a hikvision nvr with five ip dome cameras that are 4mp.

    After a burglary down the road I was asked by the police to have a look at my cctv to see if anything had been caught. When I have reviewed the footage I have found that there is quite a bit of video jump especially at night.

    This has shown the lads running past my house and then as they are half way past the image stops and they jump to the edge of the screen and continue running.

    I don’t know if the settings on the nvr need changing as it appears that all the cameras jump at the same time so I would assume that it is not a camera fault.

    I have provided a screen shot of the settings.

    Thanks for any help
     

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    Ps. It does not jump in live view mode as far as I’m aware
     
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    When you reviewed the footage did you watch directly on the NVR or through the app/web browser? If directly on the NVR I would maybe think the hard drive could have a problem.
     
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    Your current recording settings are less than ideal and will be eating up hard drive space like there's no tomorrow. It could be that your NVR is struggling to process the data from the cameras at maximum framerate. I wouldn't advise going above 10 FPS, Medium/Higher video quality and then make sure the maximum bitrate is within the range recommended for those settings. Enable H264+ to reduce the bandwith as well.
     
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    Thanks for the responses.

    It’s been very odd. I’ve downloaded the footage onto a memory stick for the police and when viewed on the computer via the stick there is no lag or jump...

    Think I may have a little play with the settings after the above post. Thanks
     
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    Which nvr, which cameras and what hard drive is in there.

    The nvr should be able to cope at full whack with an appropriate hardrive.

    You have to be aware that you may lose some quality using compression whether that’s acceptable or not is your decision.

    The playback will depend on how it’s reviewed, screen or internet browser.

    Clearly the footage has recorded okay the viewing method appears to be the issue.
     
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