How do you increase the frames-per-second on CCTV?

  gipoid 22:28 25 Apr 2008
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I currently have a wireless CCTV camera that captures video that I access wirelessly using Remote Desktop. It currently only records at between 1 & 2 fps. My question is how do I increase the fps? More RAM, not to access via Remote Desktop, not to have a wireless connection? Replace the DVR Card, (which apparently can handle 25fps)?
Any help would be most helpful.

Thanks
Jim

  woodchip 22:34 25 Apr 2008

Reduce picture size

  gipoid 22:45 25 Apr 2008

Is that the only way?
Doesn't reducing the picture size reduce the quality and therefore not really useful if you can't recognise anyone/anything?

  woodchip 23:41 25 Apr 2008

your onboard graphics is not good you need a agp card

  gipoid 17:20 26 Apr 2008

I’m confused. If I put an AGP card in the PC, which captures the video, then why would it speed up the fps? I currently access this PC via Remote Desktop so it doesn’t even use the onboard graphics anyway. If you are talking about the PC which I use to Remote Desktop the CCTV PC then that can’t be it because I already have an AGP in there.
Jim

  woodchip 18:29 26 Apr 2008

If you are not connected direct to the computer that uses the camera, then you are not going to improve much on what you got

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