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  1. Hello, I have an NV 6240 and when I view the camera images on the machine the card is in the resolution looks like I'd expect for NTSC. When I view via any of the remote options (primarily the ActiveX control) it looks like resolution is limited to about 320x240. Is there a way to increase this? It makes seeing much difficult. Thanks Ben
  2. bwstein

    options for using an NV5000 in home automation

    Hmm... So I think you're referring to AverMedia's CMS. If so I took a look at the manual and am not sure how it would work with what I'm looking for. I'm trying to find a way to either export streaming feeds directly to a browser or hard code the application parameters when I launch the activeX control for the DVR. Can you give me an idea of what you envisioned in CMS? Thanks again Ben
  3. bwstein

    options for using an NV5000 in home automation

    I'm guessing CMS is an acronym for something but some googling hasn't done much to clarify that. Any hints? Thanks Ben
  4. Hello, I'm attempting to use my NV5000 with my touch screen home automation system. I've got it working in a couple of ways but I'm not really happy with any of them. The first way that I've got it working is using the remote activeX application. That works but every time the application is brought up or the focus is returned to that screen I'm prompted again with the login dialog (that already has username and password filled out) on which I have to select the connection type. This is really annoying if you're quickly trying to view the cameras. I'm hoping to be able to specify all those values as parameters of the applet? The other way I've gotten it working is using the mobile interface and taking static images and setting a meta refresh on the page. This too isn't great as the image flashes to white each time it refreshes. Is there a way to get it to stream an mjpg instead of the static image? Anyone have any experience with this type of thing? I've looked around an awful lot but not been able to find much in the way of documentation. Thanks Ben