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