Common reasons for jerky videos: Graphics Adapters

Carrying on from our last two posts which looked at reasons such as Network and CPU issues that could be making your video streams jerky.  Another reason for jerky and not smooth video – could be your graphics card. Video display requires specialist hardware to optimise frame rate, image quality and refresh rates, so use … More Common reasons for jerky videos: Graphics Adapters

Common reasons for jerky videos: CPU

With the increasing numbers of Megapixel/HD cameras, designing an efficient recording video surveillance system is crucial. There are a lot of components that can affect the video quality: cameras, network, storage systems and CPUs. When it comes to choosing servers for VMS applications, ensuring an adequate server CPU and memory for both recording and viewing … More Common reasons for jerky videos: CPU

Common reasons for jerky videos: Network issues

A common problem which we get plenty of support calls for but is very rarely ever a problem to do with the VMS software or hardware –  is jerky (not smooth) video! Mirasys spends huge amounts of time testing and re-testing to ensure that video can be displayed to the user as smoothly as possible.  However, … More Common reasons for jerky videos: Network issues