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Entry Level HD GeoVision NVR: Supports 1 to 4 IP Megapixel Cameras NVR Network Video Recorder - Intel Dual Core
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Entry Level HD GeoVision NVR: Supports 1 to 4 IP Megapixel Cameras NVR Network Video Recorder - Intel Dual Core

 
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The Company offers a complete line of Safety and Security, CCTV, access products. The Model is Entry Level HD Geo Vision NVR: Supports 1 to 4 IP Megapixel Cameras NVR Network Video Recorder - Intel Dual Core. The GV-NVR (Network Video Recorder) records video and audio data over TCP/IP networks. With up to 32 channels of pure MEGAPIXEL IP surveillance, the GV-NVR offers the same functions as GV-Series Surveillance System. From monitoring features to video analytics as well as integration with LPR, POS/ATM and Access Control systems, it stands as one of the most comprehensive IP surveillance software in the security market. Combined with Geo Vision IP camera, the GV-NVR takes advantage of a better image quality thanks to the progressive scan technology and allows advanced video features such as Picture-In-Picture and Picture-And-Picture. Compatibility with a wide range of third party IP cameras makes the GV-NVR the ultimate solution for pure IP surveillance environments. The product is featured by support for 32 channels in GV-System and CMS applications. Digital Matrix, support maximum 8 monitors display.

The Product Name is Entry Level HD GeoVision NVR: Supports 1 to 4 IP Megapixel Cameras NVR Network Video Recorder - Intel Dual Core. DVR sometimes referred to by the merchandising term personal video recorder is a consumer electronics device or application software that records video in a digital format to a disk drive, USB flash drive, SD memory card, SSD or other local or networked mass storage device. The term includes set-top boxes (STB) with direct to disk recording facility, portable media players (PMP) with recording, TV gateways with network and local recordings, recorders (PMR) as camcorders that record onto Secure Digital memory cards and software for personal computers which enables video capture and playback to and from a hard disk drive First let’s look at a normal indoor application. For this I am going to be using a typical 480 TV Line indoor dome camera on channel 13 and our Geovision 1.3 megapixel mini dome camera on channel 14. The very first thing I'd like to do is blow up our analog dome to full screen. Instantly you can see the limitations of the lower resolution. The image is grainy, pixilated and just plain looks bad. Now let’s switch over to the smallest, entry level megapixel camera. Watch how when we click on channel 14 the image "snaps" into place with a clear vibrant image. Right away we can see how mega pixel can be a huge benefit. Words are legible, features and details are crisp and clear and the colors vibrant. A great feature available on even our smallest megapixel cameras is the ability to further zoom in on an area of the image as shown here. This becomes an even greater advantage as the megapixel values increase. Now let me show you an example of an outdoor application. In this demo I'm using your average 600TV line box camera with a 2-50mm lens on channel 13 and a 3 megapixel box camera with the same lens on channel 14. Here we are shooting out into our parking lot. Again in the 16 channel small view it’s hard to see the quality difference so let’s bring these cams up to full screen.

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  • Processor: Intel Dual Core

  • RAM: 2GB DDR3 RAM

  • Operating System: Windows 7 Pro

  • Storage: 500GB Operating System Hard Drive

  • Number of IP Cameras Supported: 8-16

  • Additional Storage: DVD Burner/NAS/FTP/eSATA

  • Video Card: DDR3 Dual Port Video Card

  • Case Type: Tower

 

3 Megapixel Image Size

Megapixel Image Size Chart

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In today's demo we are going to look at analog vs. IP cameras and go over some reasons why you may want to add or upgrade to IP cameras. One of the great features of using a Geovision by Worldeyecam surveillance system is that, provided the PC's minimum requirements have been met, you can add IP cameras to your existing analog Geovision system.

As you can see here I have up the typical 16 channel multi-view often found in security environments. We currently have IP cameras on channel's 4 and 14, but in this limited size it can be difficult to tell the difference between a 420TV Line, 600TV line and megapixel cameras so let’s take a little closer look.

First let’s look at a normal indoor application. For this I am going to be using a typical 480 TV Line indoor dome camera on channel 13 and our Geovision 1.3 megapixel mini dome camera on channel 14. The very first thing I'd like to do is blow up our analog dome to full screen. Instantly you can see the limitations of the lower resolution. The image is grainy, pixilated and just plain looks bad. Now let’s switch over to the smallest, entry level megapixel camera. Watch how when we click on channel 14 the image "snaps" into place with a clear vibrant image. Right away we can see how mega pixel can be a huge benefit. Words are legible, features and details are crisp and clear and the colors vibrant. A great feature available on even our smallest megapixel cameras is the ability to further zoom in on an area of the image as shown here. This becomes an even greater advantage as the megapixel values increase.

Now let me show you an example of an outdoor application. In this demo I'm using your average 600TV line box camera with a 2-50mm lens on channel 13 and a 3 megapixel box camera with the same lens on channel 14. Here we are shooting out into our parking lot. Again in the 16 channel small view it’s hard to see the quality difference so let’s bring these cams up to full screen. As before, on the analog camera, once blown up the quality becomes grainy and pixilated. The writing on the van, while visible is barely legible and if I was to try and zoom in that legibility decreases even more. Now when I switch to the 3 megapixel camera, again we instantly see the improvement. Even at full screen the lettering is crisp and clear, the colors are bright and the detail is amazing. Even once zoomed in we can see the lettering on the van is as clean and clear as when in normal view.

Hopefully this short demo has shown you some of the advantages of upgrading your security system to IP based, megapixel cameras. If you have any questions about adding IP cameras to your existing Geovision system or want to install a complete IP based contact one of our expert sales engineers at support@worldeyecam.com or call us at 1-888-211-CCTV, that's 1-888-211-2288. Thank you and have a great day.


 

 

 


 

 
The GV-NVR (Network Video Recorder) records video and audio data over TCP/IP networks. With up to 32 channels of pure MEGAPIXEL IP surveillance, the GV-NVR offers the same functions as GV-Series Surveillance System. From monitoring features to video analytics as well as integration with LPR, POS/ATM and Access Control systems, it stands as one of the most comprehensive IP surveillance software in the security market.

Combined with GeoVision IP camera, the GV-NVR takes advantage of a better image quality thanks to the progressive scan technology and allows advanced video features such as Picture-In-Picture and Picture-And-Picture. Compatibility with a wide range of third party IP cameras makes the GV-NVR the ultimate solution for pure IP surveillance environments.

 

FULL FEATURE LIST
  Monitoring
  • Support for 32 channels in GV-System and CMS applications
  • Digital Matrix, support maximum 8 monitors display
  • Higher Screen Resolutions (1920 x 1200, 1680 x 1050, 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 800, 1440 x 900 and 1920 x 1080)
  • Noise Tolerance for Motion Detection
  • Report Generator
  • Support for Cardholder data from GV-Video Server
  • Touch Screen Support
  • Full screen view
  • Dual display operation for live monitoring and ViewLog playback on two monitors
  • Screen pop-ups on motion or alarm activation
  • Advanced Motion Detection
  • Digital watermark
  • Video lost detection
  • On screen video loss message
  • Video de-interlace filter
  • E-map
  • Windows lockup
  • Image size indicator
  • Synchronized video an audio
  • Backlight compensation
  • Video scaling filter
  • AVI repair utility
  • System log
  • Support 1,000 accounts for logins and passwords
  • Multi level passwords protection
  • Use Microsoft Remote Desktop to control another GV-System
  • Twin DVR
  • Embedded I/O devices control
  • Embedded PTZ control panel
  • Support dynamic IP address
  • Password Expiration Management
  • System Idle Protection
  • Spot Monitor Controller
  • POS Live Viewer
  • Photo-ID Integration (GV-WT)
  • Authentication Server
  • Colorful Mode to enhance video color
  Intelligent Recording & Playback
  • Recording trigger by round-the-clock, motion detection, alarm and schedule
  • Adjustable recording quality and frame rate for each camera
  • Pre-motion and post-motion recording
  • Supports Windows XP / Server 2003 burning software
  • Instant Playback
  • Time Merge From Different Clips
  • Splitting Files for Backup onto Multiple Discs
  • Extracting Frames from a Video Clip During Playback
  • Support for Daylight Saving Time (DST)
  • Playback of GPS tracks from GV-Compact DVR and GV-Video Server
  Audio
  • 32 channels of live audio streaming and recording
  Video Analytics
  • Enhanced Object Counting
  • People Counting
  • Intrusion Alarm
  • Face Detection
  • Privacy Mask
  • Unattended and Missing Object Detection
  • Scene Change Detection
  • Advanced Scene Change Detection (**)
  • Advanced Unattended Object Detection(**)
  • Advanced Missing Object Detection (**)
  • Panorama View (**)
  • Video Stabilization (**)
  • Defog Function (**)
  • Crowd Detection (**)
  • Digital Object Tracking
  • Face Count
  Smart Search & Ease Playback
  • Timeline Search
  • Face Detection for Object Index
  • Object search
  • Index search
  • Object Index
  • Thumbnail browse for ease of search for specific frames within video footage
  • Export a video footage within a specified time range
  • Synchronized audio and video for both live and playback modes
  • Continues playback of set frames A to B
  • EXE format export, playable with any third-party players
  • AVI format export in multiple screens mode
  • DVD format export for Hybrid Card format files
  • Option for recycling the input-triggered events (Never recycle function)
  • Backup, save AVI and BMP functions accessible in LAN ViewLog
  • Automatic refresh of the video event list in LAN ViewLog
  Notification
  • E-mail notification with attached video images on motion and alarm activation
  • E-mail or telephone notification on video lost or I/O error
  • Directs PTZ dome to a preset location on motion and alarm activation
  • SMS alerts available in Main System, Center V2 and Vital Sign Monitor
  • Alarms on objects that pass between predefined regions
  WebCam - Remote Surveillance
  • POS Live View via IE Browser
  • 3G Mobile Phone Support (3GPP)
  • SSL Encrypt Connection Support
  • UPnP™ Support
  • Control Panel on Single View to Provide Instant Information and Operation
  • Support PIP, PAP, Defogging Live Videos, and Video Stabilizer in Single View
  • Restricting Power User and User to Access WebCam Server at Specified Time Length
  • Event List Query
  • Download Center
  • Drag-and-Drop Support for Camera, PTZ and I/O Icons on the 2 Windows of MPEG4 Encoder Viewer
  • Remote E-Map
  • Pop-up Live Images upon Input Trigger in Remote E-Map
  • Multicast
  • Audio Broadcast
  Advanced I/O Control
  • Visual Automation
  • Virtual I/O Control
  • One-Click I/O Status Control
  • Multiple I/O Types Selection
  • Latch Trigger Feature
  Mobile Phone Application
Profile Management
  • Selectable GUI Skin
  • Custom Start-Up Splash Screen, Non-Active Video & Video Lost Screen
  • Customizing System Features
  • Easy Configuration Backup & Restore
  • Custom DVR Setting's Template
  Remote Monitoring Software
  • WebCam
  • Remote Playback System
  • G-View for WinCE PDA
  • I-Mode
  IT Technology
  • RSA Network Security
  • Authentication Server: central control of password settings in local GV-DVRs
  Integration Solution
Note: The feature with (**) mark needs to work with an AVP dongle which you need to purchase additionally.
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James
Apr 25, 2014
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Great Pc base system, running windows. System has several option more than i need, but it always to more than less.
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