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How can you find the average mbps and peak bandwidth while capturing video?

asked 12 Jul '11, 13:36

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You can use some of the statistics menu options for that, for example if you filter out your video stream you can then select the summary statistics to see the average mbps for that stream. Peak could be determined from the I/O graph (also in the statistics menu); just set the Y axis to bit/interval and set the interval to seconds. Then you can look at the graph, find the highest peak and that's your peak bandwidth.

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answered 12 Jul '11, 15:00

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Thank you, very much Jasper

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