The software has been created as common program for surveillance hybrid platforms functioning at the same time with wireless and wired Internet webcams, TV-cards, capture boards, power-line, and USB cameras.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: The software has been created as universal program for security cross platforms working simultaneously with wireless and wired IP cameras, TV-cards, capture boards, power-line, and USB cameras. It has web interface with the equal form and controls on the local and distant computers. Customers view MPEG-4 coded video and have complete control of the program through network that surveillance server can be operated with no monitor, keyboard, and mouse connected. Software`s modular composition drastically increases reliability because all units proceed as autonomous programs. If one component fails, other components keep on working. For instance if the `capture` component freezes, `watchdog` restarts it immediately that users don`t notice anything because they are viewing video through a `playback` component. The program makes `cyclic` recording that the `disk full` situation never occurs. The recording can be non-stop or it can be started by activity, human face recognition, or by timetable. The software has pre-alarm and post-alarm recording. Playing back recorded video is pretty simple and performs on the surveillance computer as well as on remote pc through Web interface. The software makes synchronized video playback for event examination from many cameras simultaneously. Also recorded information can be searched by date, time or by face detected. All recorded data can be encrypted and password protected.
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