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Bosch and H.264

H.264 is the latest innovation in video compression technology used by Bosch to provide clear video for the best possible viewing experience.
No compromise on image quality
Without compromising image quality, Bosch and H.264 can reduce the size of recorded video by more than 80% compared with Motion JPEG, by as much as 50% compared with the traditional MPEG-4 Part 2, and by an estimated 30% compared with MPEG-4 compression.

Reduced network load
Bosch and H.264 will make a difference in demanding video surveillance applications. For the same amount of video data, with the same image quality, a Bosch video surveillance system supporting H.264 compression will reduce the network load compared with conventional compression technologies. This means that much less network bandwidth is required for the video stream, resulting in a higher video quality per given bit rate.

Supported by many industries
With support from many industries and applications for consumer and professional needs, H.264 is expected to replace the majority of compression standards and methods used today.

Bosch uses H.264 to offer:

  • Lower storage costs without loss of image quality, frame rate and retention time
  • Higher quality images and higher frame rates at the same drive size, retention time and bandwidth.

Bosch has implemented H.264 in the Divar XF Digital Recorder, creating a superior recorder that generates the best possible image quality at the highest possible resolution (4CIF/D1) at a remarkable bit rate.

Look out for more Bosch H.264 supported products.