Drivers Update: AXIS M1025 Network Camera
AXIS M1025 Network Camera Driver
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AXIS M1025 Network Camera Driver
Operators have access to AXIS M1025 Network Camera settings except System Options See also the online help. Connecting Camera to a Monitor When the camera is first connected to a monitor and then powered up, the default capture mode is automatically set for viewing the image stream over HDMI. If the camera is connected to a monitor after power up, restart the camera or set the capture mode to p fps.
This can also be done from the Configure capture mode window see Configure Capture Mode, on page 8 after a factory default see page Basic Setup Basic Setup provides shortcuts to the settings that should be made before using the Axis product: See page Video Stream. Pixel Counter The pixel counter shows the number of pixels in an area of the image.
AXIS M1025 Network Camera pixel counter is useful in situations where there is a requirement that the image is a certain size, for example in face recognition.
The pixel counter can be accessed from: Under Preview, click Open and select the Show pixel counter option to enable the rectangle in the image. AXIS M1025 Network Camera the mouse to move and resize the rectangle, or enter the number of pixels in the Width and Height fields and click Apply.
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Right-click in the image and select Pixel counter. Use the mouse to move and resize the rectangle.
Select the Image tab. The following settings are available: Select the default resolution. The compression level affects the image quality, bandwidth and file size of saved images; the lower the compression, the higher the image quality with higher bandwidth requirements and AXIS M1025 Network Camera file sizes. If required, the image can be rotated.
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Video streams over HDMI can only be rotated or 0. If required, the image can be mirrored.
To avoid bandwidth problems, the frame AXIS M1025 Network Camera allowed to each viewer can be Limited to a fixed amount. Alternatively, the frame rate can be set as Unlimited, which means the Axis product always delivers the highest frame rate possible under the current conditions. See Overlay, on page Click Save to apply the new settings.
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An I-frame is a complete image whereas P-frames only contain the differences from previous frames. The GOV length is the number of frames between two consecutive I-frames. Increasing the GOV length may save considerably on bandwidth requirements in some cases, but may also have an adverse affect on image quality.
VBR adjusts the bit rate according to the image complexity, using up more bandwidth for increased activity in the image, and less for lower image activity. When the activity in the scene increases, the bit rate would usually increase as well. If there is a surplus in bandwidth, this may not be an issue and selecting Variable bit rate VBR will be sufficient. But if bandwidth is AXIS M1025 Network Camera, it is recommended to control the bit rate by selecting Constant bit rate CBR.
When the activity in the scene increases, VBR adjusts the bit rate according to the complexity, using up more bandwidth AXIS M1025 Network Camera increased activity in the scene, and less for lower scene activity. CBR allows you to set a target bit rate that limits the bandwidth consumption.
The CBR target bit rate works like the ceiling of a tent.