How can I control the bandwidth that my camera is using?
With bit rate control you can easily restrict the amount of bandwidth used by your camera. If you have many devices on your network, or you simply do not have a lot of bandwidth to begin with, you can restrict your camera bandwidth between ⅛ and 2 Mb/s.
To use bandwidth control:
- Go to 'Settings
- Select the camera for which you want to manage the bandwidth
- Go to 'Footage settings'
- Underneath the preview screen, click on the beam to set a maximum bandwidth. Choose between 1/8 and 2 Mb/s.
I can’t find my camera in the ‘Camera finder’.
After re-connecting the camera, the application may still not detect the camera. This problem can have several causes. In order to solve this problem, follow one or more steps below. In most of the cases the camera isn’t connected to the same network ...
Sony Camera Configuration and Troubleshooting
This guide illustrates how to configure and troubleshoot Sony camera integration with the Eagle Eye Security Camera System. Configuration for Sony cameras Adjusting the Streams Image 1: Main Stream Please ensure that Image 1 matches the following ...
Bandwidth Usage and Recommendations
Real-Time Previews Stream We recommend 100kbps per camera for our realtime previews stream. You can adjust the quality on those by raising or lowering the settings but those are safe averages. We load balance and pool requests so that multiple people ...
Camera Direct FAQ
Camera Direct Complete FAQ Is Camera Direct a new Cloud-based VMS? No, Camera Direct Complete is a direct-to-cloud solution that utilizes the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS and eliminates the need for a Bridge/CMVR. This means that there is essentially no ...
Camera Sharing Eagle Eye offers the option to share cameras with other Eagle Eye users who are on different accounts. This article illustrates how to share cameras with other Eagle Eye VMS users who are on different Eagle Eye account. Cameras ...