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The Next Frontier in Video Compression: Opportunities for Security Practitioners

The Next Frontier in Video Compression: Opportunities for Security Practitioners

April 10, 2018, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Location: Sands 302 Level 1
Language:
English

H.264 has been the leading video compression standard for the past decade and is the reason that we are able to efficiently stream and store high quality surveillance footage from anywhere.  H.265 has been highlighted as the next logical successor in compression, as it can handle 4K and ultra HD video and compress it to file sizes generally 50% smaller than H.264. Now, a new open video compression protocol, VP9, is emerging in the security industry. This session will focus on the benefits of each compression standard and detail other techniques and technologies available for reducing network bandwidth requirements for video systems.

Learning Objectives:

1. Recognize the current compression protocol landscape.
2. Review the compression formats and the pros and cons of using these protocols for security applications.
3. Summarize the technological considerations for security practitioners looking to reduce the network bandwidth requirements for video systems.

 

Contributors

  • David Brent

    Presenter

    Network Video and Cyber Security Training Eng

    Bosch Security Systems, Inc.

    David Brent is the Cyber Security and IP Video training Engineer at Bosch Security Systems, Inc. David has worked in the security industry for 18...

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    Power Point Presentation: The Next Frontier in Video Compression: Opportunities for Security Practitioners

    April 18, 2018

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