Embedded DVR Internet Viewing Demo
Our line of deluxe embedded DVRs allows you to view the cameras
live over the internet, as well as view recorded footage.
Viewing is done through Flash, so it will work on Internet Explorer,
Firefox, and other Windows and Macintosh/Apple browsers.
Click the link above to load the demo.
Password: <blank>(as in leave it blank)
---This demo is from our
and Lense Calculator
This tool allows you to
determine what lense and FOV (field of view) you need by inputting your viewing
requirements into an online calculator.
videos we have fall into several categories. They all stream into your web browser--no
downloading required. Some are sample video--as in videos taken with our products.
Some are promotional videos--explaining the differences between our products and
how they work. We also offer Tutorial/Instructional videos showing and explaining
how to do things--such as installing ends on Siamese cable.
Sample & Lux Comparison
This tool compares
our cameras using actual picture samples to give you an idea of how the cameras
will perfom in the light and dark and how LUX affects the low light picture quality.
Live Remote View Demo
Geovision software allows
for live viewing of your cameras over the internet from anywhere else in the world.
---This demo corresponds to the Geovision
DVR cards and Geovision
DVR Card Live Remote View Demo
Our own Advance
DVR card also allows you to view your cameras live over the internet. It is the
most economical route to viewing cameras over the internet.
---This demo is from our Advance
This tool allows us to temporarily
connect to your computer. We sometimes do this for tech support with the customer's
permission. It allows us to quickly and easily fix computer issues.
This is our suggested media player.
It is 100% free and plays a much larger variety of files than Windows Media Player.
If you ever have trouble playing a file, try this media player as it is much more
likely it will play.
If you ever need a codec
or think you need a codec then this program will help you. It tells you exactly
what video or audio codecs a file needs to play and if your computer has it or
not. It is 100% free.