Published on 26 February, 2016
Matrix SATATYA NVRs & HVRs now come with an extremely useful feature called Adaptive Recording. Adaptive Recording is a method of recording to achieve optimised storage on hard drive. To achieve the same, the device records both P frames and I frames when there is motion or activity, but when there is no motion or activity the device records only I frames. When there is no motion all the P frames carry the same data. Hence storing all the same P frames would result in unnecessary wastage of storage. Adaptive Recording avoids this unnecessary wastage and optimises the storage to provide up to 50% savings on storage.
- Extra storage days
- Hard drive becomes capable for storing for more days as compared to what it used to do before
- Save storage costs
- Eliminates need to buy extra hard disk, as existing hard disk is used more efficiently
The devices supporting this feature are: