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    Posted: Dec/13/2006 at 9:04am

Framerate is how many frames per second (fps) a card can do.  Obviously the better the framerate, the smoother the picture will be.  Geovision cards have 2 framerates.  One is for real-time viewing (Display rate) and the other is for watching playback (Recording Rate).  One thing to remember is that this framerate is spread across all channels on the DVR card.  For example, the GV-1480 card has a framerate of 480 fps for both display and recording rate.  So if you have a 16 port card and you have security cameras on all 16 ports, you will end up with a framerate of 30 fps per camera.

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Good points and to clarify:

 

The GeoVision product has several features such as SmartRecordig that can either automatically or manually vary the recorded frame rate per channel based on your preference. Also they offer a product called a Real Time Display Card that enables live  viewing at 30 Frames Per Second even on cards that can not record at that rate. Finally the new line of cards, collectively called Combo Cards, incorporate a Real Time Display card along with a 16 Channel Audio Card into the Capture Card itself. These Models start with the GV-1120 and can record in 120, 240, or 480 Frames Per Second.

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