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Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by tonyt76, Feb 19, 2016.

  1. tonyt76

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    Hey guys,

    I know that the P3A streams 720p fpv video @ 2Mbps to your phone or tablet.

    Just curious, has anyone checked their cached video files from the P3S and checked the bitrate?

    Thanks
     
  2. tonyt76

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    Found it.

    According to DJI's website the P3A, P3S and P34K all stream live fpv video at 2Mbps.

    P3A/P3S streams at 720p and P34K streams at 480p.
     
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    Where does it say that it streams at that bitrate? I've only seen the max bitrate for recorded video.
     
  4. tonyt76

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    Go to DJI.com and under Phantoms go to compare the phantoms.
     
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    I did, and it doesn't say what the streaming video bitrate is. Maybe its the same I dont know. asdf.PNG
     
  6. tonyt76

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    Thats it, Max Video Bitrate. This refers to the live fpv video bitrate.
     
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    So the recording bitrate matches the streaming bitrate then.
     
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    Recording directly to the SD card in the camera bitrate? If so, that is MUCH higher than 2-10Mbps.
     
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    You lost me.
     
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    When DJI refers to (Max Video Bitrate) in your screenshot, they are referring to the Max Video Bitrate of the live fpv video only, not the Max Video Bitrate of recording video directly to the SD card.
     
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    Ah I see that that bitrate is listed under the "Video downlink" section.
     
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    Total brain fart by me, carry on. Haha