@Satishpadala thanks for reaching out and I'm sorry to hear about your Nest Doorbell video quality issue. Let's see what we can do here. If the camera encounters bandwidth issues and video starts to buffer, it automatically adjusts downwards slightly to prevent the camera to disconnect and it automatically adjusts and will automatically adjust its resolution and compression according to how much bandwidth is available. Hit this link for more steps.
When Google Nest detects a network slowdown between the Google Nest server and your Nest Camera, it automatically drops the image quality for continuous video streams. This means that you will have fewer lag (circle spins) and fewer gaps in video coverage.
Nest servers and the Nest Camera dynamically adjust the resolution of the video stream so that it matches the available bandwidth. When the network slows down, video resolution drops and when the network speeds up, video resolution increases.
I got the replacement device, and the picture quality is still terrible in day time and I can confirm that nothing wrong with my bandwidth as my router configuration say it is having excellent connection. My house is north facing and doorbell is installed in a porch .From online forums I could see many are facing this issue during day time. Night time very clear pictures. Is Google is aware of this issue and working on fix?
Doorbell is on 2.4 GHz bandwidth and my broadband download speed is 70 Mbps , Upload 12 Mbps. Currently router is placed with in 8 feet. I don't see any issues day time and night time. I have issue during bright sunny days
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