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Exam Number/Code: AX0-100
Exam name: Axis Network Video Exam
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Q31. Increase of bandwidth and storage can be a result of (Choose two) 

A. Changing from Motion JPEG to H.264. 

B. Arctic Temperature Control. 

C. High noise level. 

D. The use of High PoE. 

E. Image resolution. 

Answer: CE 

Q32. A customer is not getting the storage retention they had expected while using H.264 with an AXIS Q6034-E PTZ camera on a continuous guard tour. What is the most likely cause of the problem? 

A. The estimation was only planned for a 720p HDTV PTZ 

B. Using continuous guard tour does not let H.264 save as much on the compression 

C. Because most of the areas in the guard tour are empty. H.264 cannot save as much on the compression 

D. The estimations were done in MPEG-4 and they should change the AXIS Q6034-E to run in MPEG-4 instead of H.264 


Q33. To get the best accuracy for a people counting application for customers entering a store, the camera should be mounted 

A. Facing the entrance. 

B. Facing the entrance at eye level. 

C. Directly above the entrance. 

D. Facing away from the entrance. 


Q34. What is 3D privacy masking? 

A. A privacy mask with three dimensions 

B. A privacy mask that is changing its shape depending on angle of view 

C. A privacy mask that contains three individual set of blobs 

D. A privacy mask that remains in the field of view 


Q35. Adding network surveillance cameras to an existing Ethernet network 

A. Is not recommended, since bandwidth demands from the surveillance video would likely 

congest the network. 

B. Will benefit from using VLANs, to keep the surveillance video separate from other network traffic, reducing the risk for network congestion. 

C. Will cause unacceptable video latency, due to the amount of UDP traffic taking precedence on the network. 

D. Will benefit from establishing VPN connections to the cameras, reducing the risk of malicious users eavesdropping on the video. 


Q36. A customer has a lot of motion blur on recordings from a fixed camera. What would be the most likely setting to address the blurring? 

A. Gain level 

B. Brightness 

C. Backlight compensation 

D. Shutter speed 


Q37. Which of the following statements are true for H.264? (Choose two) 

A. The size of an l-frame depends on the preceding P-frame 

B. Increased motion in a scene means increased bit rate 

C. Group of Video (GOV) length is directly affected by the sizes of the I- and P-frames 

D. A P-frame references preceding and succeeding P-frames 

E. Longer GOV length means reduced bit rate 

Answer: BE 

Q38. If an installer wants to configure 20 cameras to show the same synchronized date and time in Live View, how can this be achieved? 

A. Adapt the date and time from a client computer when using the camera configuration tool 

B. Synchronize the date and time with a remote FTP server by downloading files from the server 

C. Synchronize the date and time with a remote NTP server 

D. Fetch the date and time from the installed root certificate 


Q39. Focusing a camera improves the image, but it also 

A. Has an effect on the frame rate 

B. Increases the bandwidth 

C. Changes the pixel resolution 

D. Decreases the bandwidth 


Q40. The term f-stop, or f-number, 

A. Relates the focal length of the lens to the zoom factor. 

B. Measures the lens' capability to focus on objects at short distance. 

C. Is the end position of the focus motor in an autofocus system. 

D. Measures the lens' capability to collect light.