| Excellent Display Quality and High Compression Ratio |
With the complete integration of software and hardware, DVR provides excellent image display quality. It displays true 720x480 resolution images and eliminates the 'ghost effect' in motion video. HM (MPEG4-like) compression is mainly designed for CCTV applications. It provides near loss-less video quality and saves a great deal of disk space.
Smart Saving during Recording
DVR automatically determines the recording frame rate based on the amount of movement. Lower frame rate is used for more static video, and higher frame rate for full motion video.
Advanced Motion Detection
Multiple methods of detecting events: Motion detection, Sensor detection, Manual trigger, Missing & left object detection, Virtual fence detection, Secure zone detection, Flow counting
Powerful Remote Control
Multiple clients can simultaneously monitor/control the same DVR site through the Internet or direct dial-up connection. Remote Viewer allows monitoring/recording of up to 16 remote cameras, remote control of PTZ cameras, remote record playback, and remote configuration of multiple DVR sites.
Security and Stability
DVR provides four levels of ID and password protection. Timer for auto-restarting the DVR server. Start-up time can be adjusted. Allows multiple drive and folder locations to be used for storing video recordings. Recycles hard drive storage to keep fixed days of video recordings. Keeps a log of DVR server activities, including log-on and log-off sessions, configuration changes, motion event, alarm event, and more. Keep the last 24 hours of events in the New Event Information log. Double-click an entry in the event log to open the Event Player and view a recorded event.
CCTV devices can be integrated into DVR. Through an RS485/RS232 converter, PTZ cameras or dome cameras can be remote controlled for panning, tilting, and zooming. Via an I/O card or an I/O box, DVR receives signals from traditional sensor devices to issue events and trigger external devices such as lights, switchers, gates, and other traditional alarm devices.
DVR instantly sends out notifications when there is an abnormal situation or intrusion. There are many ways to notify an event:
- Event notification includes phone, e-mail, fax, alarm sound and flashing message.
- Trigger traditional alarm device.
- Display the event camera in full screen.
- Send event reports daily, weekly, or monthly.
Snaps the current video frame and saves it to an image file or prints it out with location, date and time information. Save the video to an AVI or self-executable file. The self-executable file is embedded with digital authentication and password protection.