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Missing between Midnight and 1:00PM in search mode
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November 8, 2014 - 9:16 am
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Hello,

I have recently set up a 16 Channel HD-CVR Real Time Miini (DVR-CVI16480M) system and have 10 cameras.

All is well regarding local and remote access and several systems.

My problem is that for the first three channels while in Search mode i cannot seem to record between Midnight (00:00) and !:00PM (01:00). I am missing one hour of playback.

I have 00:00 – 24:00 selected and checked in the Time Period and have copied “ALL” for each day of the week.

I have carefully looked over my settings in “Main Meny/Detect/Period/Setup and all is identical to channels 4 – 10.

Do you have any suggestions where i should look next to fix this.

Your help is appreciated,

Thank you in advance,

Scrimark

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Hello Shrimark try defaultng your record settings and starting all over:

If you are wanting to record 24 hours a day 7 days a week then first go to your schedule page and make sure you have regular selected   And all days selected then go to the record page and set the camera Channels you want to record on to schedule and the ones you don’t to stop remember to click save.

If you want to record motion only then you would only select MD in the schedule page and select all days and save you can copy to all channels or set each camera individually then go to events then detect there you will enable motion and set the sensitivity of the motion recording. Hope this help have a great weekend.

heres a great article on the set up

http://www.securitycameraking……detection/

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Gilberto,

Thank you for your response. I followed your advise by going into the schedule and making the changes there. Your solution worked.

Thanks again,

Scrimark

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