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Hi all.I'm new in the IP-Cam world.I've connected two Reolink RLC-520 IP-CAMs.I've played around with resolution, bitrate and FPS - but I encounter a problem.When streaming via the Reolink Client (windows) then the frames "jumps". I can see that the time-stamps jumps a lot. I can see that movements are "flickering" of "old" frames being submitted.Sometimes I also encounter GREEN frames (if that is any help).I've checked the recordings, and they show exactly the same issue as the live-stream - hence it's the actual stream, which is affected.Any tips and tricks?
Hi all.I'm new in the IP-Cam world.I've connected two Reolink RLC-520 IP-CAMs to a Synology NAS.The camera is a 5MP version with 2-30 FPS.My intention is to reduce the file size by reducing the FPS from 30 to a lower number, but the file sizes remain roughly the same.I can see that the file size seems to roughly match the bitrate (e.g. 8Mb/s = 1MB/s).I simply cannot understand why a 5MP 2-FPS video also "needs" 8Mb/s, when a 5MP 30-FPS requires the same. There's something wrong with that.So, at the moment, I achieve no major file size reduction by lowering the FPS.Can anyone help me with some tips and tricks?
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