LuxRiot is a professional-strength solution for video recording and remote surveillance. It is comes in two parts: 1) server software capable of receiving and recording the video signal over networks from different sources (like digital cameras, web-cameras, video-capturing devices) and 2) client software capable of managing server, reviewing recorded and real-time video and controlling cameras that support this option.
LuxRiot installation and initial settings (including the recognition of camera) are done quickly and easily with several simple wizards. The software supports hardware from numerous camera vendors and can manage recording from any individual camera from the simple 24/7 constant recording to the smart Motion Detection mode.
Client software allows viewing video from recorded archives or in the real-time, from several cameras simultaneously (several convenient «picture layouts» are provided), and even can connect to several servers at a time (as well as several clients can connect to the same server).
Thanks to its intellectual utilization of computer resources, wide support of cameras and other video sources, and the interface remaining usable with any number of cameras controlled and observed, LuxRiot provides an extremely scalable video recording solution, the most promising among rival digital video recording packages, appropriate for both home usage and huge industrial buildings.
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