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Geovision GV-650B 8 Channel Video Capture DVR Card GV650 with version V8.5 Complete Webcam Software Suite Included
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Geovision GV-650B 8 Channel Video Capture DVR Card GV650 with version V8.5 Complete Webcam Software Suite Included

 
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SKU GV-650B-8

Product # 16747

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NVR Software

PCI Input Type

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The GV-650B DVR card turns your computer into an 8-channel DVR. It can record 60 frames per second and provide smooth, even playback on all 8 channels. The card comes with all the necessary software for turning your computer into an easy-to-use, convenient recorder and monitor. The footage can also be accessed remotely from a mobile device using the GeoVision app. FPS or Frames Per Second refers to the speed at which the camera records and plays back video. At 30fps, the live video display and playback is completely fluid just like a television show. Slower speeds mean less fluid video, resulting in "choppier" playback. For a system with a PC Card, the card controls how many FPS can be recorded at once, and these must be split evenly between the number of cameras plugged into the card. For example, if you use a 20fps card and plug 16 cameras into it, each camera only records/plays back at 1.25fps (very choppy). If you use a 480fps card with 16 cameras, each camera gets 30fps and video playback is very smooth. The more FPS, the more powerful the card will be, and the smoother the video will be. For best performance, we recommend selecting the system that has the highest total FPS and trying to get as close to 30fps per camera as your budget will allow. Hard-disk based digital video recorders make the "time shifting" feature (traditionally done by a VCR) much more convenient, and also allow for "trick modes" such as pausing live TV, instant replay of interesting scenes, chasing playback where a recording can be viewed before it has been completed, and skipping of advertising. Most DVRs use the MPEG format for compressing the digitized video signals.[7] Video recording capabilities have become an essential part of the modern set-top box, as TV viewers have wanted to take control of their viewing experiences. As consumers have been able to converge increasing amounts of video content on their set-tops, delivered by traditional ‘broadcast’ cable, satellite and terrestrial as well as IP networks, the ability to capture programming and view it whenever they want has become a must-have function for many consumers.

 

 

 

 

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 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.The GV-650B DVR card turns your computer into an 8-channel DVR. It can record 60 frames per second and provide smooth, even playback on all 8 channels. The card comes with all the necessary software for turning your computer into an easy-to-use, convenient recorder and monitor. The footage can also be accessed remotely from a mobile device using the GeoVision app. FPS or Frames Per Second refers to the speed at which the camera records and plays back video. At 30fps, the live video display and playback is completely fluid just like a television show. Slower speeds mean less fluid video, resulting in "choppier" playback. For a system with a PC Card, the card controls how many FPS can be recorded at once, and these must be split evenly between the number of cameras plugged into the card. For example, if you use a 20fps card and plug 16 cameras into it, each camera only records/plays back at 1.25fps (very choppy). If you use a 480fps card with 16 cameras, each camera gets 30fps and video playback is very smooth. The more FPS, the more powerful the card will be, and the smoother the video will be. For best performance, we recommend selecting the system that has the highest total FPS and trying to get as close to 30fps per camera as your budget will allow. Hard-disk based digital video recorders make the "time shifting" feature (traditionally done by a VCR) much more convenient, and also allow for "trick modes" such as pausing live TV, instant replay of interesting scenes, chasing playback where a recording can be viewed before it has been completed, and skipping of advertising. 

The GV-650B DVR card turns your computer into an 8-channel DVR. It can record 60 frames per second and provide smooth, even playback on all 8 channels. The card comes with all the necessary software for turning your computer into an easy-to-use, convenient recorder and monitor. The footage can also be accessed remotely from a mobile device using the GeoVision app. FPS or Frames Per Second refers to the speed at which the camera records and plays back video. At 30fps, the live video display and playback is completely fluid just like a television show. Slower speeds mean less fluid video, resulting in "choppier" playback. For a system with a PC Card, the card controls how many FPS can be recorded at once, and these must be split evenly between the number of cameras plugged into the card. For example, if you use a 20fps card and plug 16 cameras into it, each camera only records/plays back at 1.25fps (very choppy). If you use a 480fps card with 16 cameras, each camera gets 30fps and video playback is very smooth. The more FPS, the more powerful the card will be, and the smoother the video will be. For best performance, we recommend selecting the system that has the highest total FPS and trying to get as close to 30fps per camera as your budget will allow. Hard-disk based digital video recorders make the "time shifting" feature (traditionally done by a VCR) much more convenient, and also allow for "trick modes" such as pausing live TV, instant replay of interesting scenes, chasing playback where a recording can be viewed before it has been completed, and skipping of advertising. Most DVRs use the MPEG format for compressing the digitized video signals.[7] Video recording capabilities have become an essential part of the modern set-top box, as TV viewers have wanted to take control of their viewing experiences. As consumers have been able to converge increasing amounts of video content on their set-tops, delivered by traditional ‘broadcast’ cablesatellite and terrestrial as well as IP networks, the ability to capture programming and view it whenever they want has become a must-have function for many consumers.

 

The GV-650B DVR card turns your computer into an 8-channel DVR. It can record 60 frames per second and provide smooth, even playback on all 8 channels. The card comes with all the necessary software for turning your computer into an easy-to-use, convenient recorder and monitor. The footage can also be accessed remotely from a mobile device using the GeoVision app.

 

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Datasheet

Specifications

Input Type

D-Type: DB15 X 2

Video Input(s)

4, 8, 12, 16 Cams

Audio Input(s)

2 Channels

Total Recording Rate
At 320 X 240 Resolution /
MPEG4 (ASP)

60 fps (NTSC), 50 fps (PAL)

Display Rate

60 fps (NTSC), 50 fps (PAL)

Video Resolution - NTSC/PAL

Full D1, Half D1, CIF

Compression Format

Geo MPEG4, Geo MPEG4 (ASP), Geo H264, Geo H264 V2

GV-A16 Support

Yes

GV-NET Card Support

Yes

GV-NET/IO Card Support

Yes

Dimensions (W x H)

D-Type : 174 x 107 (mm) / 6.85 x 4.21 (in)

Installation Guide

Single Card & Two Cards

Note: GV-650 is currently not compatible with VIA series and ATI series chipset motherboards.

Minimum System Requirements For One Card

OS Supported

32-bit

Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008
 

64-bit

Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008

CPU

Pentium 4, 2.4 GHz with Hyper-threading

RAM

Windows XP : 2 x 512 MB Dual Channels
Windows Vista / 7 / Server 2008: 2 x 1 GB Dual Channels

HDD

80 GB

VGA

ATI Radeon X600
NVIDIA 6200

DirectX

9.0c

Minimum System Requirements For Two Cards

OS Supported

32-bit

Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008
 

64-bit

Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008

CPU

Pentium 4, 2.8 GHz with Hyper-threading

RAM

2 x 1 GB Dual Channels

HDD

160 GB

VGA

ATI Radeon X600
NVIDIA 6200

DirectX

9.0c



Frames Per Second Captured/Displayed
FPS or Frames Per Second refers to the speed at which the camera records and plays back video. At 30fps, the live video display and playback is completely fluid just like a television show. Slower speeds mean less fluid video, resulting in "choppier" playback. For a system with a PC Card, the card controls how many FPS can be recorded at once, and these must be split evenly between the number of cameras plugged into the card.

For example, if you use a 20fps card and plug 16 cameras into it, each camera only records/plays back at 1.25fps (very choppy). If you use a 480fps card with 16 cameras, each camera gets 30fps and video playback is very smooth.

The more FPS, the more powerful the card will be, and the smoother the video will be. For best performance, we recommend selecting the system that has the highest total FPS and trying to get as close to 30fps per camera as your budget will allow.

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