In this video we describe how the IP camera works by showing the basic components and how they transform the video into messages on a computer network. For more about IP cameras
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CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) is the monitoring and recording of people, processes or property through the use of a camera and other related electronic security systems. This form of visual security can be sub-divided into analogue and IP (Internet Protocol) solutions.
CCTV cameras are available in monochrome (black and white) or colour. The different types of cameras are Board CCTV cameras, Bullet CCTV cameras, Fixed Dome cameras or Vandal Proof cameras, Fixed CCTV cameras (also known as Static cameras), Zoom cameras, PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) cameras, High Speed Dome cameras and IP (Internet Protocol) Network Cameras.
CCTV cameras use the analogue method to record images on the tapes. So it is required to frequently change the videotapes and the resolution of the recorded images is of very bad quality. On the contrary, a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) processes video images as digital method therefore enables recording for a long time without replacement of videotapes and provides the clear images in high resolution without degradation of image qualities even though the video footage played several times. In addition, DVR has the real time image transmission and remote control function on Internet. It is evaluated as the most appropriate video monitoring system for any company that have been integrated by network.