HD Security Camera 1080p Video Surveillance Recording

HD Security Camera 1080p Video Surveillance Recording


This is a live view of four HD security cameras
connected to an iDVR-PRO. This “C” indicates that video is being recorded
continuously on this camera, and this “M” indicates that motion has been detected by
this camera. To access recorded video playback, I use the
mouse to select Search from the main menu. On the Search screen, users can select the
date from the calendar and then the specific time to play back using this timeline scrubber. These controls allow me to zoom into the timeline. The green color on the timeline indicates
continuous recording, and the blue indicates when motion was detected. I want to play back the recording of this
motion-detected event on camera 3, so I select that point in time and then press playback. When I do this, the DVR begins playing back
the recorded video starting at that point in time. All of these security cameras are capturing
1080p video. I double-click on camera 3 to view that camera
full screen. I switch back to the four-camera view by clicking
on this grid icon. I can switch to a full-screen view of any
of the other cameras by double-clicking on them, and I can use the playback controls
on the bottom of the screen to speed up, slow down, pause, and play the video in reverse. This is a 1080p security camera that captures
a 180-degree view of our customer service room. When I am done viewing the recorded video
surveillance footage, I can return to the live view of the cameras by selecting Live
from the main menu. Here are the cameras that were used in this
video. All of them are 1080p HD CCTV cameras. The top two are HD-TVI type and the bottom
two are AHD type. If you are watching this video from Youtube,
you can click on any of the cameras for more information about them. The cameras were connected to an iDVR-PRO
surveillance DVR, which is available in 4, 8, and 16 channel models. iDVR-PROs are HD hybrid, which means that
they support traditional analog CCTV cameras as well as the latest 1080p resolution security
cameras. In addition to the recorded video playback
that can be performed directly on the DVR, as seen in this video, users can also access
their security cameras remotely for a live view and recorded playback modes from iPhones
and Android mobile apps. Desktop software from Macintosh and Windows
PC is also included. For more information, please visit www.iDVR-PRO.com. Thank you for watching.

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