FPS (Frames Per Second) Comparison

Frames Per Second (FPS) Comparison

The frames per second (fps) relates to how many pictures (or frames) the DVR will record in a single second. Real time recording is 30 fps on each passing second. To calculate the fps per camera take the total fps in the system and divide it by the number of video inputs. For example, a 120 fps digital video recorder with 4 video inputs would result in about 30 fps per camera. The technology has finally gotten to the point now where real time recording is affordable. If you are recording cash registers or something similar then you should definitely invest in real time recording.

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