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Ip Cameras are New Wave Generation

October 10th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The cameras that are just being recognised are actually only just emerging from the market background.  They have a great selection of specs and are of equal if not better quality than your basic CCD camera (normal digital cctv camera).

They have a fast-stream support with full frame rate H.264, MJPEG and MPEG 4 streams and the really good ones have wireless support in the form of powerful signal generators which give wireless interface with the built-in antenna. This is what we’ve all been waiting for; a decent genre of wireless <a href=”http://www.idealcctv.co.uk/mega-pixel-ip-security-cameras”>IP Security Camera</a>

The top models in the range are very good as they bring in a passive, integrated white light and embedded, programmable speaker into the same compact unit, along with a whole new range of specs that are fully optimizable with great options including: Two-way audio ‘click-to-talk’ button, Controllable auto-flip windows, Begin recording by simply right-clicking in a camera view, Dynamic action buttons – assign outputs, full range PTZ presets, motion events and views as actions to joystick buttons and keyboard shortcuts, Wiper equipment for PTZ cameras and be activated from the smart client or DVR, AVI export with audio automatically included, Digital zoom within images is now a default for fixed cameras which improves viewing details, 17 languages in the software.

Concluding I would say it’s the fully-functionable diversity of these new cameras that make them so good. Wireless is a must, Digital zoom is now at an shocking good quality, and the resoultion is now the quality in which you can be exceedingly pleased with, for example 1.3 megapixel resolution is now just as good as D1 or mpeg4. This is a new milestone in which to mark. The advantages are so great I wouldn’t be suprised if they fully take over the market in under 4 years or less.

James Michaelson

  1. nickname
    October 10th, 2011 at 22:27 | #1

    When I take voice files off of my camera, they're WAVE Audio files. How do I change the format to MP3 ect?
    I have a 3rd generation Nano. I see the files on the screen, but then when I select them they just won’t play. No sound, and the blue bar at the bottom doesn’t move to suggest no volume. How can I convert these WAVE files into something supported by iPod? They work fine on iTunes, but won’t play on the actual iPod.

  2. Peter K
    October 11th, 2011 at 03:29 | #2

    Get Audacity from Soureforge and download the Lame encoder plug in. You will be able to load the WAV and save as MP3.
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  3. Methodman Tical
    October 11th, 2011 at 03:31 | #3

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  4. cybernoyz
    October 11th, 2011 at 03:33 | #4

    if you have windows media player you can use the rip and burn functions built in. while you have the files on your playlist you can highlight than rip to mp3. you can change the compression rate. I usually dont go below 192kpbs because I like to keep the high quality.
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  5. VickyStarr
    October 11th, 2011 at 03:35 | #5

    http://www.zamzar.com/ is great. It’s free and safe, too! Just Browse for the file and then click Convert to mp3. Then type in your email.

    A few mins later they’ll send you an email, just follow the link and click Download, Save, and save it somewhere.

    Then just open iTunes and click File > Add File to Library.

    Good luck, I’ve never had a prob =)

    P.S. Also, http://www.youconvertit.com works well if you want to convert more than 1 file at a time, but I still prefer Zamzar.
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