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What Spec identifies the remote viewing resolution?
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I have a starter system I want to upgrade. A Q-See QS4716. If I read the specs correctly the system records in CIF 352×240 and came with 480 TVL cameras. I have added a 3 700 TVL cameras and see little difference when viewing remotely and some difference when viewing from the VGA video out. Recording resolution is not my priority, remote viewing resolution is. While I know I could pop for all 1080 or the hybrids that allow for a more gradual transition, I can’t seem to tell what is the spec that helps me see the remote viewing resolutions supported. Of course the Q-See spec labels are different than the spec labels for the ELE16ME or the ELEE16ME.

I am on FIOS and run a 100M wired network through a Verizion(ActionTec) to 2 Netgear N300 wnr2000 v4 on different channels to cover the downstairs. While the VGA display is OK the remote viewing is pretty hard to make out anything but large or up close objects. I suspect the answer involves all the links in the chain, but bottom line I want to make a noticeable improvement over my current remote viewing without gutting the old system entirely. I am not reading license plates, but my wife would feel better if she could actually see our dog in the backyard from her IPAD. Attached are the QSee specs on what I have now. How do the TVIDVRs you offer compare in remote viewing that is documented in the specs?

Thanks / Mark

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March 7, 2016 - 6:22 pm
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Second try with attachment 

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Well this embarrassing ….. trying again to show the specs 

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Tired of trying to upload, the specs are here  

http://qsee.custhelp.com/ci/fa…..v3_web.pdf

on pages 56 & 57

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Hi minionmnixon,

 

So basically our DVRs/NVRs, “Record” and “live view”, what are called streams.  There is a main stream and a sub-stream, technically you can set them however youd like.  SO in theory you could have it stream that resolution to the device however you might not notice the difference until you digitally zoom on the image.

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