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Hi,I am curioss if anyone is able to explain how bitrate settings under stream impact image quality as i have been uable to see any real differenceon mulitple cameras in day or night and wondering if its just me not understanding how it works.I have changed settings on multiple cameras for clarity, full res wether it be 4k or 2k, adjusted bitrate from 2000kbps to 8000kbps, changed hardware decoding/softwareand cannot see any changein image. This is in windows client (currently v8.8) and android app.should these settings only change recording quality or also the quality when just viewing on clarity?Thanks in advance.
@big_ted A higher bitrate means a larger amount of 'video bits' are being uploaded within a second. It will generate a higher quality video relative to its resolution. Also, increasing the bitrate will increase the size of your output video file.
@reolink-fiona Thanks Fiona.I have been going through all the Reolink information and guides to see how I can improve my image quality as I believethe hardware is good, just possibly the software restricting the quality.on all my cameras I cannot see any visible difference in any bitrate setting. Unsure what else i can do toimprove things a bit as overall the cameras are very good, specially at night, they are just lacking someimage detail/clarity
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