Network Camera User Manual
MJPEG, and MPEG4. Supported encoding type for different stream types may
differ. H.265 is a new encoding technology. Compared with H.264, it reduces the
transmission bitrate under the same resolution, frame rate and image quality.
Note: Selectable video encoding types may vary according to different camera
H.264+ and H.265+:
• H.264+: If you set the main stream as the stream type, and H.264 as the video
encoding, you can see H.264+ available. H.264+ is an improved compression
coding technology based on H.264. By enabling H.264+, users can estimate
the HDD consumption by its maximum average bitrate. Compared to H.264,
H.264+ reduces storage by up to 50% with the same maximum bitrate in
• H.265+: If you set the main stream as the stream type, and H.265 as the video
encoding, you can see H.265+ available. H.265+ is an improved compression
coding technology based on H.265. By enabling H.265+, users can estimate
the HDD consumption by its maximum average bitrate. Compared to H.265,
H.265+ reduces storage by up to 50% with the same maximum bitrate in
You need to reboot the camera if you want to turn on or turn off the
H.264+/H.265+. If you switch from H.264+ to H.265+ directly, and vice versa, a
reboot is not required by the system.
• Upgrade your video player to the latest version if live view or playback does
not work properly due to compatibility.
• With H.264+/H.265+ enabled, the parameters such as profile, I frame interval,
video quality, and SVC are greyed out.
• With H.264+/H.265+ enabled, some functions are not supported. For those
functions, corresponding interfaces will be hidden.
• H.264+/H.265+ can spontaneously adjust the bitrate distribution according
the requirements of the actual scene in order to realize the set maximum