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  1. anyone labelled dvr here http://totalcontrolapp.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=92&Itemid=91
  2. i have worked with them when integrating them into our mobile cctv apps. i have also met them in person at ISC West. I don't know any re sellers in the US though which is where I am located. The picture quality seemed fine for their ip cameras with decent fps over the internet. Last i spoke with them they were trying to expand into small 4-8 channel dvr market also.
  3. Twilo123

    Handy Viewer on Aver Nano

    the one at remote.aver.com is a nv5000 and is a windows based unit. i have had this conversation directly with avermedia before both through online support and at isc west and isc east and always the same answer. all of their products support mobile viewing on their mobile apps but only windows based units support the single jpg url that we use with /mobile. the linux devices use a different method. i have hounded them for years about this and nothing has changed. we develop mobile cctv apps so we inquire directly for a similar reason to the crestron person asking. and despite your saying otherwise it is the same issue popping up again and again. this has been talked about before. if you look at this link it is for nv series and they use the remote.aver.com as example for it. http://support.averusa.com/kb_cat.php?s=8d3de05fe0399fffca80e925c9853047&id=198&t=qanda
  4. Twilo123

    Handy Viewer on Aver Nano

    The box u quoted earlier is a different link and is a windows based box. I have no clue what actual hardware the link you gave here is so I can't confirm.
  5. Twilo123

    Handy Viewer on Aver Nano

    Because that is a windows based unit. It always has been and was the first we test /mobile on years ago. The user is asking about linux bases units... i dont see how the dvr is 3900 mile away from me adding mobile gives java shots. take away mobile gives webviewer. these are not my screen shots its aver usa demo site. http://remote.aver.com/mobile/channel3.html (press on camera number will refresh)
  6. i agree with Mike. sounds like the responder never tested with that hardware. he was just generally talking about the software and support for the software.
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    have only seen them at shows. their units are pretty large - at least the ones i have seen. they are german too i believe so European support (again people at the shows had accents so support be European also).
  8. Twilo123

    New Nuvico Dvr's

    only at shows. they are nice.
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    Is there a live demo of Aver software I can test?

    http://remote.aver.com i believe and for mobile use http://remote.aver.com/mobile/
  10. Twilo123

    Handy Viewer on Aver Nano

    thank you for confirming. i believe Tom is confused. he probably just took a screenshot of a windows based unit or took a screenshot of activex since IE doesn't support jpg from url like that and his screenshot shows IE.
  11. Twilo123

    Geovision software and Android app HOW?

    you never let me call you to walk you through it over the phone.
  12. Twilo123

    What are some really nice front-door cameras?

    http://www.mobotix.com/other/Products/T24-IP-Video-Door-Station/Simple-Installation http://www.mobotix.com/other/Products/Home-Automation/CamIO2 or if you want to get creative and have an extra android device laying around you could do something like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8to1hJhmnPo&feature=channel_video_title and stream from the android camera to the client. for analog camera check these guys out http://www.aiphone.com/products/alpha-list/ they have an encoder to make the analog camera ip also if you want http://www.aiphone.com/products/alpha-list/detail/ipw1a
  13. Twilo123

    Low budget small town community-based CCTV system

    on the city side you will want a software/computer system like an nvr. you could look at milestone, zoneminder (open source and free), onssi, exacq, ipconfigure, genetec, etc. on the business/homeowner side you would need cctv hardware that your chosen nvr software supports. this could be ip cameras or analog cameras to dvr (the nvr software would get the video from dvr in that case). for bandwidth tweaking most ip cameras have extensive options you can tweak when pulling remote streams. for dvr they typically have less options to tweak on remote streams to 3rd party software. for onboard storage most mainstream decent ip cameras support sdcards and any dvr has local storage via hard drives. some product supports streaming storage option to record to nas. you could also use ftp snapshots based on timers, motion, analytics, etc. in response to this part: "it would be nice if the individual systems were expandable with more cameras and normal CCTV features, but not shared with the community network. In other words, a homeowner could buy a 4 camera system, and elect to give access to only one of those cameras to the city." from what i read initially this is not a 'community network' but each persons personal network. all they are doing is sharing a camera or two. in the case of ip cameras each is setup independently so you just give the ip/port and user/pass to the cameras you want them to access and they will only have access to those. for the case of dvr some have options for a particular user to only see certain cameras at certain day/time/schedule, etc. so it can be done that way also. they key to this whole thing is really the nvr. get a good nvr that supports a wide range of cctv hardware and then the business/homeowner can choose ones they are comfortable with (price, placement, type of camera ptz, IR, low light, indoor vs outdoor, etc.). the business/homeowner controls the cctv hardware on their property so they can add it to the 'community network' or remove it whenever they want. they can also add more cctv hardware which is not accessible to the 'community network' but is still fully accessible by themselves both locally and remotely. what you are asking for is pretty easy to do IMO. the issues that arise may be more legal/personal/process orientated more than technical. for instance if a business/homeowner goes over their bandwidth allotment for the month and get charged extra who is responsible for that charge since the data is being used for the camera and their personal use. if something happens on video that the business/homeowner shouldn't have been doing are they legally liable, etc.
  14. Twilo123

    What to use for Monitor's on this job

    wouldn't dpi and physical screen size play into this calculation also though?
  15. Twilo123

    I have an interesting request.

    maybe this? http://www.axis.com/products/cam_m7001/