Welcome to CCTV Camera Pros' demo of our four-channel iDVR. The iDVR is an H.264 standalone visual video recorder used for closed-circuit video surveillance. The iDVR comes in a four, eight, and sixteen-channel model and is capable of being remotely viewed from a desktop or laptop computer, iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows mobile phones.
In this demo we'll be accessing the DVR remotely from Internet Explorer running on a Windows Vista desktop. We will do remote live viewing as well as recorded playback.
We start by opening our web browser and typing in the IP address of the DVR. On the first screen we click on the web server link. The initial screen that opens is a live view of the four security cameras that are connected to our DVR.
To play back recorded video, we click on the Remote Search button. A time and date search screen opens, where we can pick the exact date and time segment that we want to play back. After we select a time, we click on the Play button, and the Remote Playback screen opens and begins to play back the recorded video. These controls can be used to play the video in forward and reverse and at various speeds.
In addition to supporting remote access from Internet Explorer, the iDVR also comes with CMS software, which stands for Central Monitoring Software. This allows you to view and manage multiple DVRs at different locations from one central screen.
To return to the live video view, we click on the Live button. The DVR settings can be changed remotely by clicking on the Setup button. Things such as recording schedule, time and date settings, and camera color settings can all be changed using this remote interface.
Here we demonstrate changing the colors of various cameras. In this area you can change the recording setup. We can return to the live view by closing the Settings screen.
We hope that you have found this video demonstration useful. If you have any questions about CCTV Camera Pros' iDVR or anything related to video surveillance, please contact us on our website at www.cctvcamerapros.com. For more information and pricing on the iDVR seen in this demo, please visit cctvcamerapros.com/idvr. Thank you for watching.
HD Video Playback Instructions
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Additional Internet DVR Videos & Images
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Complete CCTV Systems
Did you know? CCTV Camera Pros can provide a complete surveillance system quote that includes a hybrid iDVR-E surveillance DVR, any number of cameras SD and
HD CCTV cameras you need plus cables, connectors, power supplies, and monitors? As you have probably already seen on our website, we have 2, 4, 8, and 16 camera surveillance systems in pre-made packages. However, it is not possible for us to package up every combination and quantity of all the different camera models that we carry. So, we can also provide you with a custom quote with as many cameras as you need and a mix of any combination of camera model(s) based on your project requirements.
Video Author & Producer
This video was created by and this page is maintained by
Mike Haldas, co-founder and managing partner of CCTV Camera Pros. If you have questions about setting up alarm inputs and outputs, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.