Nest Cams are resetting to default video quality to save bandwidth

Nest Cams are resetting to default video quality to save bandwidthGoogle is temporarily lowering the default recording quality of its Nest cameras, the company told its users in an email. YouTube reduced its video stream quality in Europe after Netflix did, and both Facebook and Instagram followed suit. The company assures that users will still be able to change Nest’s video settings back to a higher quality, Those who want to ensure they’re always getting the clearest footage can simply adjust “Quality and bandwidth” under video settings.



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