DCX™ is a real-time, HD compression algorithm that compresses and encrypts imagery, frame by frame, on the fly, in real-time at 30 frames per second, on today's typical CPU processors available as from Intel, AMD, Intel, ARM, and QualComm and standard operating systems such as Windows, Linux and Android. DCX provides 90% near lossless compression of raw video. Additionally DCX can be used to further reduces raw video and industry standards such as H.264, H.265, and MPEG4 allowing for the transmission of live, full motion HD video over low bandwidth networks starting at 100Kbs throughput.
Resolution and frame rate can be dynamically adjusted, in loseless and lossee modes, to make resolution/full motion video trade-offs for very low bandwidth networks. This allows the video to be tuned for pleasing human viewing perception or resolution for forensics and analytics. Additional features include 2048 bit AES encryption and patented evidentiary chain-of-custody for data integrity.