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Calculating the Storage Capacity of Camera Videos

Publication Date:  2019-04-23 Views:  9 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
How much storage capacity is needed by a camera in a specified period?
1. Log in to the IVS client and view the code stream of the camera used for recording.
2. Back to the home page of the IVS client. Access the device management page. Double-click the corresponding camera. On the configuration page displayed, click Video editing code setting, select the corresponding code stream to obtain the bit rate.
3. Calculate the storage capacity based on the obtained bit rate. Suppose the recording time set for a camera is 24 hours, use the formula N x [(A/8) x 24H x 60 M x 60s]/1024 (M). The required storage capacity is calculated as follows: 1 x [(512/8) x 24 x 60 x 60]/1024 = 5400 MB. Therefore, the storage capacity of one IPC6321 camera in 24 hours is 5400 MB.
    In the formula above, N indicates the number of cameras, and A indicates the bit rate