Use this tool to determine how much hard drive storage space you will need for your network IP surveillance system. Note: Additional factors may influence a NVR's hard drive storage capacity as well as the number of days the recorder will store information. Most common are HD compression (codec), resolution, and whether the NVR is set for motion detection.

Use this calculator below as a rough guide only - for better results please access the links from our storage calculator page - here Please note: all fields are required.

Tips: 30 frames per second is real time. At 3 - 5 frames per second recording you will not miss any activity (remember this is per second). There is no real need to record in real time unless there are regulatory reasons as in case of government facilities or casinos. Traditional analog systems record at 1 frame per second.

Camera Stream

H.264 (DVR SYSTEMS)
MPEG-4
MPEG-2
MJPEG

Camera Resolution:

1 Megapixel (1280x1024)
2 Megapixel (1600x1200)
3 Megapixel (2048x1536)
QCIF (176x120)
CIF (352x240)
4CIF (704x480)

Video Quality:

Highest
Medium
Standard

Average Frame Size:

  KB

Number of Cameras:

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Frame Rate per Camera:

  FPS

Hours Each Camera Will Record:

  Hours Per Day

Desired Days of Storage per Camera:

  -10  -1  +1  +10 

Bandwidth Required:

  Total
  Per Camera

Estimated Storage:


 

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