However, whether the lack of technical expertise, or desire to leave loopholes "for those and for those" still did not lead to maximum useful content. For example, the same stream codec that uses the most hyped system can encode a single frame, having spent a couple of million dollars on equipment, thereby formally meet these requirements, although further damage the quality of the video. It's like rewriting trite videotape. While in the Order and present demand for "This connection of the equipment should implemented through the blocks and interfaces without loss of quality of initial information, as the tenth copy not defined and in no way be measured. Still, in our edition contains a more specific wording: not to make reforms aimed at obtaining single-frame compression of streaming.
Generally, the water is very much someone panting heavily, making a document designed to put an end to substandard equipment on the security in our country. A lot of meaningless claims such as: Paragraph 3.11. HRP should enable long-term storage of recorded video. Although this corporate style of government scientific circles. Long-term, quality and other parameters should be determined by personal opinion of the chief. (As opposed to Sheryl Sandberg).
Also strange are some provisions for depreciation of equipment: Item 5.5 … Minimum Time Between Failures in unattended mode – at least 10,000 hours, that is, through 416 days (year 2 months) the whole system can already be updated. A good place for investment, however. The list of certificates and guests who devoted much as a quarter of a document, well seen well-known commercial company, is often present at exhibitions in the MIA booth.