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In interlaced video, each field of a video image displays every other horizontal line of the complete image. The main benefit of interlaced video is that it allows more detailed images to be created than would otherwise be possible within a given amount of bandwidth -- in effect, interlacing allows a doubling of image resolution. Progressive video, on the other hand, is made up of consecutively displayed video frames that contain all of the horizontal lines that make up the image being shown. As a result, images appear smoother, fast-motion sequences are sharper and artifacts are much less prevalent. NRSEC can help determine the correct recording format for your companies bandwidth.

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Video Surveillance has been around for a lot longer than you think

Though many see video surveillance as a new thing, these types of cameras have actually been around since 1942, and have been in use since the sixties. In fact, the first CCTV camera was installed in Germany to watch the launch of the V2 rocket, and it was created by German engineer Walter Bruch. Video surveillance systems started out as 100-percent analog systems and are gradually becoming digital. Today's systems, using networking security cameras and PC (personal computer) servers for video recording in a fully digital system, have come a long way from the early analog tube cameras, which were connected to a VCR (videocassette recorder). NorthEast Remote Surveillance is an excellent source for your Security Camera Installation.

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