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I have 5 Argus Pt 2Ks and one started having issues with video playback. At first I thought it was poor hardware and most videos IF played back at lower resolution the video was OK but that is NOT always the case now. I have retrieved the SD card and the videos are pixelated and jerky directly from the SD card.This first started with one player then the problem has spread to the others. What kind of SD card are people using? I've had a 4k 100 Mbps camera on my drone and I know how the SD card can make a difference so I may have gone overboard when I purchased my SD cards. I purchased Sandisk 128GB High Endurance Cards (read speed up to 100 write >40), suggested by Reoling is >26Mbps no larger than 128GB and Fat32.When I got my first Argus PT 2K I used a pretty good card and I had some issues and I purchased one of the Sandisk HEC as aboveand that solved the problem. I WAS happy then so I ordered 4 more cameras and 5 more cards.Reolink sent a replacement Argus and it has the same problem. All batteries are 100% and now all 6 INCLUDING the new replacement cannot record reliably in HiRes consistantly. Anyone see this issue, what did you do to correct it? Suggestions?Thanks to all for any input!
@user_585783633887262_585783633887262 If I understood you correctly you removed the SD from camera and placed it in SD slot of PC and played the recorded videos. Here you got the issue for both low and high resolution files. Right? Can you format one of the SD and check recording again? I am using Samsung evolution plus 128G and 256G micro SDXC. Never had any issue.If, however, this is occurring only when viewing through the client and it is happening on all cameras then you have a bandwidth issue. Check wifi signal level and try to use the 5G Hz band if available. Check upload speeds near the cameras.
@joseph-chircop_497308027822318 Not signal issue....ruled that out.....thinking SD card so far....I use a Samsung Extreme Pro for my DJI Phantom 4 Pro and my 4k @100Mbps and videos are perfect...Shoulld have stuck with samsung.... I did replace the SD card in one cam and waiting for results but yes.....Corruption on the SD card after transferiig/viewing from PC, so I'm focusing on the SD card....At one point everything was OK then one by one I started having problems....All cams the same all SD cards the same....ruling out now.Running Mesh and nothing less than 200Mbps at each cam...Thanks for the suggestions and reply!I'll reply back, in the mean time have a great weekend and stay well and safe!
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