Bandwidth consumption
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Written by Ashesh Jain
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Uplink internet bandwidth usage

Coram Point is designed to use a low amount of bandwidth when no videos are being streamed. When no user is watching a live video feed, Coram Point uses 30kbps of uplink internet bandwidth per camera.

When a user is watching a live video feed, the uplink bandwidth usage depends on the page being viewed and the camera's bitrate specification, assuming the cameras are configured to Coram AI's recommended settings. The uplink bandwidth usage is as follows:

Standard Definition (SD)

512 kbps per camera

Live view, personal wall, kiosk

High Definition (HD)

3500 kbps per camera

Timeline page, video clips

Furthermore, when there is no motion in the scene, Coram Point stores video in SD; however, when motion is detected, it stores video in HD.

LAN bandwidth usage between IP camera and Coram Point

The LAN bandwidth usage between the IP camera and Coram Point depends on the camera's configuration. If the cameras are configured to Coram AI's recommended settings, then the per-camera bandwidth usage is continuously 2048 kbps. It is important to note that this is not the data being transmitted to the internet but only over the internal LAN.

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