ENP Newswire -
Release date- 29082013 -
The leading video coding standard prior to the HEVC project was H.264/MPEG-4, which was initially developed in 1999 (with advancements through 2009) became the de facto standard for digital video for HDTV, consumer electronics, IP security cameras and digital video recorders. H.264/MPEG-4 was the first complex codec with significant advancements over H.262/MPEG-2, MJPEG, JPEG2000 and other legacy video codecs which since have largely been displaced.
IP cameras surpassing the 20 megapixel mark
Multi-sensor high definition cameras
Multi-viewing and multicasting capabilities, and
Simultaneous display and record of multiple images.
'In 2003 Aventura was the first to release H.264 to the security industry, years before the competition acknowledged its benefits. We now believe that H.265 is just as special and addresses the challenges that face owners, integrators and manufacturers alike.'
'Aventura is offering a host of solutions, which utilize the H.265 standard in conjunction with its state-of-the-art, Adaptive Imaging Technology to provide the next generation of video management. Adaptive Imaging comes in the form of:
Scene Content Management
Multi-Stream Scalable Coding
3D Digital Noise Reduction
Adaptive Infrared Illumination.'
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