Recording Live Surveillance Feeds On Your Computer With Bandicam



Recording Live Surveillance Feeds On Your Computer With Bandicam


So what happens when you are viewing a camera system, either online or at work but don’t have permissions on that Digital Video Recorder or Network Video Recorder and still want to record what you are watching?  Most web based “live” camera feeds are set up without any basic permissions for the viewer to record to the Digital Video Recorder or Network Video Recorder. There are a variety of times where not being able to record an important event can be frustrating.  Say you are observing your little one at a daycare website or you log into a DVR [...] Continue Reading…

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How to configure and connect an ONVIF IP Security Camera (our TP-Series)



How to configure and connect an ONVIF IP Security Camera (our TP-Series)


                                                                    

Onvif Cameras have become very popular these days and many companies are adopting this new open protocol to integrate with other equipment brands.

Today I will introduce our new line of ONVIF cameras (our TP Series) with a new and elegant style, that promise to be an easy and great setup for your CCTV needs.

One of the greatest thing about this new line is the variety of models [...] Continue Reading…

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How to integrate an IP camera with a NAS (Network Attached Storage) Device



How to integrate an IP camera with a NAS (Network Attached Storage) Device


Many customers have tried to figure out ways to integrate an IP camera with something different than an NVR. Sometimes they use a computer with enough storage to record footage from a camera, but is there another way to do it without the hassle of logging in to the camera interface and pressing the record button?

The answer is YES! Technology nowadays offers many software interface solutions with the ability to stream video from an IP camera and allow it to be recorded to an internal Hard Drive, but is there a cheaper solution utilizing a 3rd Part Device to [...] Continue Reading…

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Camera Lenses



Camera Lenses


Camera lenses are devices that are made up of an optical lens or multiple lenses aligned in a certain way used with a camera chipset to make what we see everyday with our eyes possible for a camera. There is no major difference between lenses used for still or motion cameras but the detailed design and construction will depend on how far, close, etc the camera will be capable of. Most cameras have a permanent fixed lens built into the camera but some cameras have the ability to connect interchangeable lenses with different focal lengths and other properties. When [...] Continue Reading…

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The Past and Future of Security Cameras in the Judicial System



The Past and Future of Security Cameras in the Judicial System


Security cameras have been around since Woodstock. In the 1960’s banks all over the United States began using cameras for securing their perimeters. In the 70s, the Akai security system used a monochrome camera connected to a reel to reel VTR to preserve data. Later in the 90s multiplexing was introduced allowing the viewing and recording of multiple video signals, motion only recording and time lapse video. We all know what capabilities computers gave us for recording data to CDs, DVDs, Flash drives and large capacity hard drives.
Cameras Securing Court Houses

Sheriff deputies are usually guarding the court-house front. They [...] Continue Reading…

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