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Uniview Heat Tracker Series,Thermal Automatic Temperature Screening

Heat Tracker Series

Uniview Heat Tracker Series, Thermal Automatic Temperature Screening Systems

The Uniview Heat Tracker Series, Thermal Automatic Temperature Screening Systems offer a variety of solutions for businesses and facilities. With concerns about potential exposure to COVID-19, and the push for companies to re-open, temperature screening has become a new segment in the market. As many businesses are focusing on re-opening there doors, there is a greater need for monitoring employees and crowds. Since screening individuals in a busy setting is impossible to do manually, many varieties of Automatic Temperature screening systems have come in to play. You may have already experienced one of these systems, if you are back to work.

Ellipse Security offers a number of solutions depending on crowd size, budget and application needs. We have provided a chart below, that will define some of the differences on our Uniview  models. Keep in mind, the information below is general data that can assist you with determining which model may work for you. More detailed information, including specifications and features, is available on our site here: Uniview Heat Tracker Series

For pricing and availability, please contact us directly at 877-880-7728.

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CDC Article Recommends Temperature and Employee Screening:

CDC Article

  • Pre-Screen: Employers should measure the employee’s temperature, and assess symptoms prior to them starting work. Ideally, temperature checks should happen before the individual enters the facility.
  • Regular Monitoring: As long as the employee doesn’t have a temperature or symptoms, they should self-monitor under the supervision of their employer’s occupational health program.
  • Wear a Mask: The employee should wear a face mask at all times while in the workplace for 14 days after last exposure. Employers can issue face masks or can approve employees’ supplied cloth face coverings in the event of shortages.
  • Social Distance: The employee should maintain 6 feet and practice social distancing as work duties permit in the workplace.
  • Disinfect and Clean work spaces: Clean and disinfect all areas such as offices, bathrooms, common areas, shared electronic equipment routinely.

 

Thermal and Automatic Temperature Screening Models Comparison: (Click on chart to enlarge)

 

Uniview is a World Leading, Security and Heat Sensing Equipment Manufacturer. The Heat Seeker Series was developed to help combat the spread of COVID-19. These systems work based on taking temperature measurements of people entering an area or facility. If your facility is interested in learning more about how temperature measurement systems can be beneficial, we are happy to assist.

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IP Camera Video Broadcasting

IP Camera Video Broadcasting to Your Website or Social Media

Did you know that you can use an IP Camera to broadcast a live stream of your meeting, church service, class or gathering, to YouTube, Facebook, or your Website? Well, you can. With our IP Camera Video Broadcasting Service, you can reach more people by streaming Live Audio and Video over the web.

IP Cameras can do more than just monitor their surroundings. Using IP cameras to make video available to your public, potential customers or members, can be extremely beneficial. If you are a business or entity that holds gatherings as a part of your service, then you can take advantage of reaching people that are unable to physically come to your location. Just consider the expanded coverage of being able to reach people in their homes or while they are traveling. In addition, you can add cloud recording to your subscription therefore allowing visitors to watch and view at a more convenient time.

Video Broadcasting for Churches:

Broadcast Sermons and Church Functions to Members by streaming to your website, or Social Media. Church members can access your live stream when they are not able to attend in person. You can add Cloud Recording as well, so people can watch your event at any time.

 

Video Broadcasting for Hotels:

Stream your surroundings, including the convenience and activity of your location. Show people the attraction to your location by video streaming live. Arriving guests can also view weather conditions and text can be inserted for live notifications.

 

Video Broadcasting for Universities and Schools:

Stream your classes or seminars Live to your Website or Social Media for online learning. Video streaming a classroom can be more engaging than just online classes. You can also insert text to remind students of test dates or activities.

 

Video Broadcasting for Events and Seminars:

Give your clientele a way to access your offerings and services as a free or paid service.

 

IP Camera Broadcasting

 

 

Live IP Camera Broadcasting and Cloud Service pricing:

 

Free: Stream to the whole world for free

$0 Camera per month. Unlimited data.

  • 1000 concurrent viewers
  • h.264 + MJPEG support
  • Supporting high resolution
  • Live Audio
  • Responsive player for any device
  • Camera Status notifications
  • Accessible from desktop & mobile
  • Live & Email Support

 

STANDARD: Stream publicly without ads

$6 Camera per month. Unlimited data. $48.00 Yearly

All Free Features Plus:

  • No Ads on Stream Page
  • Password Protection
  • Scheduled Streaming
  • Branded Video
  • Google Analytics

 

Premium: Embed our player into any website

$30 Camera per month. Unlimited data. $300.00 Yearly

All Standard Features Plus:

  • Player Embedding
  • Domain Lock Stream protection
  • Custom Domain Address

 

Business: Popular stream for masses

$100 Camera per month. Unlimited data. $960 yearly

All Premium Features Plus:

  • 2000 Concurrent Viewers
  • No AngelCam Logo in Player
  • Dedicated Key Account Manager

 

 

Optional Cloud Service:

7 Day Storage: $5.99 per Month, Per camera

30 Day Storage: $13.99 Per Month, Per Camera

Plans and Pricing may vary by storage needs. Please contact us for additional pricing and storage information.

 

 

How does IP Camera Video Broadcasting Work?

Are you wondering if Video Broadcasting with an IP Camera will work for you? If so, you can call us at 904-996-0061 to discuss your application in more detail. However, we will explain briefly how the system works. The set up is relatively simple and does not require expensive equipment in order to get started. You start by choosing the IP Camera that will work best for your application. Do you need Audio? If so, you will need a camera with a built in Microphone, or is Audio Ready. Do you want to be able to move your camera around? Then a PTZ is best for you. Once that camera is installed at your location and connected to your router, we can do the rest!

 

We recommend this Popular Camera for Video Broadcasting:

IPC6415SR-X5UPW

 

The IPC6415SR-X5UPW

Uniview 5MP IP PTZ with two way audio, motorized Pan, Tilt and Zoom, Starlight and True WDR.

 

 

 

DVR Help

 

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If you want to discuss your project with us, that’s great! Call us toll-free at 877-880-7728.

 

 

 

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What is an XVR?

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What is an XVR?

Well you have heard of DVRs and NVRs, but what is an XVR? Well, we would say that an XVR Recorder is basically a DVR on steroids (but in a good way). A DVR (Digital Video Recorder) is a device used for recording and processing HD Analog or SD Analog Security Cameras. Meanwhile, an NVR (Network Video Recorder) is the device used for IP Cameras. Enter the XVR, a device that is able to record and display both HD and IP Cameras for maximum scalability. While an NVR will still be the best choice for most applications using all IP Cameras, XVRs have taken HD recording into a new dimension. In addition, XVR Recorders like the Uniview NVR302-16Q, can support all common HD Video Formats including TVI, AHD, CVI and CVBS. Therefore the recorder is compatible with the vast majority of cameras regardless of manufacturer or format.

Hybrid DVR

Highest Compatibility Range

Supports TVI, AHD, CVI and CVBS Formats as well as IP Cameras.

 

What is the difference between an XVR and a DVR?

DVR Recorders are designed to process and record Analog Video Signals. They are used with Standard Definition or High Definition Security Cameras predominantly over Coax Cable or RG59. Some DVRs only support one format such as AHD or TVI. However, there are a number of ‘Hybrid’ DVR’s that can do multiple formats and accept a variety of Cameras using different signal formats at once. An XVR, on the other hand, takes that one step further. These Recorders will generally do all common HD over COAX formats, as well as supporing IP Cameras. This adds an interesting dimension to standard recorders and delivers an unmatched flexibility.

Example of XVR with 24 Channel Operation:

XVR

Is an XVR More Expensive?

Nope! The price is generally comparable to DVR pricing. Many major manufacturers have gone to producing either Hybrid DVRs or XVRs instead of standard DVRs and pricing has reflected this.

Why should I get an XVR?

Upgrading New Clients

If you are a Security Camera Installer and have a customer with legacy Analog or HD Analog Cameras, an XVR will provide more solution options without a customer having to replace existing equipment. Lets say that your customer has a 8 Channel DVR with (6) HD 1080P 2MP Cameras. For our example, lets assume that your customer wants higher resolution cameras or even wants to add IP Cameras. The need for higher resolution is obviously a common one. However, a potential client may also have a unique or specific need that only an IP Camera will provide. Of course, you could tell them to scrap their existing system, or try to install an NVR with expensive encoders, but that might be cost prohibitive. As an alternative, you could propose an XVR. This would allow using the customers (6) existing cameras as well as adding cameras of any format you choose. In addition you will be able to add several IP Cameras that solve your customers issue.

Bidding or Planning a Security Camera Application

Being more competitive when bidding a job, or being able to offer an alternative solution, is a good way to earn a clients trust. To take this one step further, installing an XVR will prevent you from being limited on camera options in the future. Whether you are installing the unit for a client, or you are an end user, you can rest assured that your system will be scalable for future expansion and variety of camera use.

If you are looking at upgrading your DVR or interested in a new Security Camera System, you should consider the following Video Recorders:

What XVR’s are available?

NVR302-16Q Uniview 16/24 Channel XVR

SAS-XVR51600 Stoic 16 Channel XVR

SAS-XVR5800 Stoic 8 Channel XVR

SAS-XVR5400 Stoic 4 Channel XVR

 

Also see our post on “How do I add IP Cameras to my DVR, XVR?”

 

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Questions about your next Surveillance Project? Give us a call Toll-Free at 877-880-7728!

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What is True WDR or WDR in Security Cameras?

What is True WDR or WDR in Security Cameras?

What is WDR?

I’m sure if you’ve been shopping for camera systems you’ve noticed, among other acronyms, WDR. WDR has become more readily available in Security Cameras in the last couple of years. But you may ask, “What is True WDR (or WDR) and why do I need it? To explain WDR and what it does is not as complex as you would think. WDR stands for Wide Dynamic Range. To put it in a nutshell, It’s the ability to produce high quality images across a broad range of light levels. In other words, the light coming in from a window may be much more intense than the light by your coffee machine. With True WDR, the camera takes pictures of both areas and stitches them together, giving you a better-quality image.

WDR

The image on the left is a standard Camera without True WDR. Notice that the image on the right gives full detail over the entire range of the image. The image on the right is using True WDR to delivery a properly exposed image despite the wide range of light levels.

WDR in Security Cameras

Some of you may be interested in a short history of how this all came about. Cameras historically struggled with wide ranges of lighting because of their dependency on a single exposure. Cameras needed light to generate an image. With too much light, the image was washed out, too little light and the image was too dark. If you had an environment with even lighting, the camera could adjust its iris opening size or its shutter speed to get the right amount of light.

Manufacturers, understanding this, would demo their cameras in environments that had even lighting. With no variation in the lighting, the demo showed a superior image. Consumers bought the cameras but found that their new cameras didn’t work effectively in the real world. Our offices and our homes have a wide range of lighting. The cameras had a tough challenge. If the camera restricted the amount of light it took in (to optimize for the bright areas) the lower light areas would be too dark. If it chose the opposite approach, optimizing for low light areas, the bright side would be washed out.

The main challenge for WDR is to set the exposure to capture both the dark and bright areas of an environment. A common solution is to use multiple exposure and combine them. This will produce a better-quality image. This is referred to as True WDR or Multi-Exposure WDR. A short exposure captures the bright areas, while a light exposure captures the dark areas.

True WDR cameras make a big difference in environments that have varying light levels. It is important to be able to capture the image of someone’s face as they walk into a dimly lit office from the bright sunlight outdoors. A subject’s hairstyle, clothing and details around him are crucial when studying the video surveillance footage.

There are two types of WDR cameras available:

  1. True WDR cameras that work with a shutter speed technique and two images.
  2. Digital WDR (DWDR) cameras which work with a software compensation technique.

Which is better? Almost in every case, True WDR will outperform Digital WDR.

True WDR cameras work by capturing two images with different exposures to light and merging them into a third one, and therefore works more intensely but also more efficiently, whereas the digital WDR works only with one image to make a digital exposure compensation.

With higher levels of light versus lower levels, you want a high performing WDR. Unfortunately, light measurements are not standardized and it’s the discretion of each manufacturer to determine what measurement to use. The generally accepted unit to measure in surveillance is the decibel (e.g., 58dB, 113dB, etc…). The higher the number, the better. The generally accepted dB level for a camera to be considered True WDR is 120dB. True WDR is a much more robust technology than Digital WDR. Digital WDR will not achieve the results delivered by True WDR and may not be sufficient for your application.

Therefore, it’s important to have knowledgeable salespeople to guide you to a manufacturer and camera that works best for your environment. Most Uniview Prime Series IP Cameras come with True 120dB WDR. If you are looking for a True WDR Camera, or have additional questions, feel free to contact us at 877-880-7728.

 

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Lighthunter Technology and the Uniview Network Positioning Systems

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Lighthunter Technology and the Uniview Network Positioning Systems

Uniview Teleview Network Positioning System

Uniview, one of the world’s leading manufacturer of video surveillance products and solutions, launched its 2MP Lighthunter IR Network Positioning system for vertical and commercial markets. The Teleview series, including IPC7622ER-X44U and IPC7622EL-X55UG, are advanced IP Camera Systems that deploy Univiews Lighthunter Technology to benefit industrial, commercial and urban applications. The Teleview Series Positioning Systems solve a number of problems that are characteristic of applications that involve monitoring large areas, Perimeter Control and Extreme environments. With IP67 Weatherproof Protection and a temperature range of -40 to +158 degrees, these IP Cameras are built to withstand a variety of harsh conditions.

Long Distance Monitoring & Vast View

The Teleview positioning system is vertical market product, which represents the top manufacturing ability, brought to you by Uniview. The cameras feature up to 55x optical zoom lens and smart laser IR. This allows the Cameras to see farther, and capture high quality images whether it is day or night. Meanwhile, the positioning system structure is designed to support a large vertical tilt angle from -90° to 45°, ensuring a vast panorama and incredible view. The motorized zoom lens allows for extreme zoom and auto focus.

Stable and Reliable

With the thickened aluminum alloy material, the large-sized base of Teleview positioning system enables high stability when affixed to the mounting surface. Meanwhile, the built-in gyroscope significantly helps reduce vibration and shaking of the Teleview System during outdoor high wind. The purpose of these designs is to guarantee the stability of the product and excellent image, especially in long range applications.

Easy to maintain, Easy to use

The Lighthunter Teleview Positioning system satisfies vertical market demand for reliability. Certainly, in a high importance video surveillance application you would expect advanced features. The Uniview Network Positioning System has built in self-monitoring tools to assist with camera maintenance and alert the user to fluctuation conditions. It detects abnormal voltage such as over-voltage or under-voltage, and triggers an alarm. Meanwhile, if a sudden power failure occurs, the positioning system would trigger self-locking automatically. This would involve physically locking itself to prevent sudden head down or damage the lens or components.

With the smart wiper, Teleview positioning system can clean itself automatically whenever in need. There are 7 alarm inputs and 2 alarm outputs available, so if your project involves multiple alarm devices, the Uniview Network Positioning System is up to the task. The Cameras are also embedded with gradienter to ensure the horizontal position during installation.

With its high-quality large magnification, vast angle of view, excellent stability and reliability, the professional Teleview positioning system can be applied to special scene applications. Commercial uses include borders, ports, urban roads, airports, and large industrial environments.

 

LightHunter Technology

The main goal of video surveillance is to see clearly anytime, anywhere. Cameras need to be well prepared for providing high-resolution and colorful images in different light conditions. The LightHunter Technology is an innovative technology that delivers vivid color, appropriate brightness, and extremely clear images in ultra-low light. LightHunter Technology significantly improves the image brightness with F1.2 Large Iris design & BSI sensor. With the specially designed large size sensors, the IPCs have higher photosensitivity, and feature high SNR. UNV’s uniquely patented technology U-ISP improves the definition and brightness of images. U-ISP features a new generation of noise reduction technology to improve Signal-Noise Ratio and reduce blur. It effectively reduces blur during objects moving, which ensures that the image is restored to the true scene. Combine hardware and software advantages, LightHunter Technology guarantees the image full of color under ultra-low light.

Challenges & Solution

In low-light environments, standard IR technology can achieve high-resolution, while it may lose color information and the images are black and white. The Lighthunter technology provides superior color-related information unable to be achieved with conventional cameras. More effective information about vehicles and suspects, such as the plate number, color, and brand of a vehicle; facial features, hair color, height and clothing color of a suspect may be usefully offered to law enforcement or other people in need.

Committed to solving this problem, UNV devoted significant resources to the research and development of this new ultra-low light technology. Now, LightHunter technology is available and provides unmatched detail, brightness, and realistic color, along with clear images in the ultra-low light.

U-ISP Technology

In addition, the UNV new-generation algorithm (U-ISP) has many advantages, such as reducing blur and noise, and increasing sharpness. All of these advantages improve the definition and brightness of images. As shown in the following figure, a criminal is stealing a wallet from the car. The normal IPC’s image is full of snowflakes. The most obvious difference compared to the normal IPC’s image, is that we see clearer and more colorful images and obtain more detailed information by the LightHunter IPC. The detailed information, such as facial features, clothing color, and plate number is easily identifiable by law enforcement.

 

Read more about Lighthunter Technology from Uniview here:

Lighthunter Technology from Uniview

 

Uniview Teleview series Network Positioning Systems Applications:

Airports

Universities

Hospitals

Shopping Malls

Shipping Ports

Hotels

Infrastructure Monitoring

Processing Facilities

Borders and Perimeter Control

Large Industrial Facilities

Urban Traffic Flow

 

If you are looking for a Video Surveillance Solution and think the Uniview Network Positioning System can help, please call us toll-free at 877-880-7728 for more information.

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Set Up QoS On your Uniview NVR

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How to set up QoS on your Uniview NVR

QoS (Quality of Service) is the ability to provide better service for specified network communication. As a network security mechanism, Quality of Service is used to address problems like network delay and blocking. When the network is overloaded or congested, it ensures that critical services are not delayed or discarded and that the network runs efficiently. Below we will demonstrate How to set up QoS on your Uniview NVR. 

Note: To use QoS, make sure that the switch support QoS mode.

1. Click Setup > Network > QoS.

 

2. Set a priority level (0~63) for each service. At present, QoS allows you to assign different priority to audio and video, alarm report, configuration management and FTP transmission. The greater the value, the higher the priority. For example, if the value of audio and video is set to 60, alarm report and configuration management is set to 0, and FTP is set to 4, when network congestion occurs, the priority is to ensure the smooth running of audio and video.

3. Click Save.

 

If you need further assistance, or have any questions about the process, feel free to give us a call!

Considering using Uniview on your next project? If so, Great Call! Call us toll-free at 877-880-7728 for Dealer Pricing and System Design.

 

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Uniview is a leading manufacturer of IP Security Cameras and NVRs with advanced, user friendly features. The company has developed a number of progressive technologies including Ultra265, and Long Range PoE transmission. If you are looking for an IP Surveillance Solution for Small or Large Business, then UNV has got you covered!

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How to set the System Time and DST on Uniview

Setting the System Time and DST on Uniview

Uniview System Time and DST settings.

 

Manually Setting or Synchronizing the System Time

1. Click Setup > Common > Time, and then click the Time tab.

2. Select a synchronization mode.

3. Set the correct time zone and system time. You may also click Sync with Computer Time to synchronize the time settings of your camera with that of your PC.

4. Click Save.

 

Synchronizing with the NTP Server

1. Click Setup > Common > Time, and then click the Time tab.

2. Set Sync Mode to Sync with NTP Server, and then set the IP address and port of the NTP server and update interval.

3. Click Save. The camera will periodically synchronize time with the NTP server.

 

Setting the DST

1. Click Setup > Common > Time, and then click the DST tab.

2. Select On for DST, set the start time, end time, and DST bias.

3. Click Save.

 

If you need further assistance, or have any questions about the process, feel free to give us a call!

Considering using Uniview on your next project? If so, Great Call! Call us toll-free at 877-880-7728 for Dealer Pricing and System Design.

 

 

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List of Compatible SD Cards for Uniview IP Cameras

Compatible SD Cards for Uniview IP Cameras

SD Cards for Uniview: Uniview produces a number of IP Cameras with a built in MicroSD Card Slot for on board recording. You may have also heard of the term ‘Edge’ Recording, which allows an IP Camera to record to a MicroSD Card for redundancy. Using this feature can add an extra layer of security for your stored images if you ever lose network connection. Because you can record on the camera itself, it is also possible to use (1) IP Camera as a stand alone system, without the need for an NVR.

Most Uniview IP Cameras with MicroSD Card slot now support up to 256GB. The 256GB Models have not been added to the list yet. However, the brands listed below should all be supported up to 256GB. Feel free to call us if you have any questions about SD Cards for Uniview Cameras.

When selecting an SD card for your IP camera, it’s important to make sure that it’s going to be compatible with your device. Below is a short list of SD cards that will be 100% compatible with your new Uniview IP Camera.

 

Kingston 32G/C10/UHS-1(90MB/s)
Kingston 64G/C10/UHS-1(90MB/s)
Kingston 128G/C10/UFS-1(80MB/s)

Transcend 32G/C10/UHS-I
Transcend 64G/C10/UHS-I

SanDisk 32G/C10/UHS-1?90MB/s?
SanDisk 64G/C10/UHS-1?80MB/s?
SanDisk 128G/C10/UHS-1?80MB/s?

Samsung 32G
Samsung 64G
Samsung 128G

TOSHIBA 32G/C10/UHS-1(90MB/s)
TOSHIBA 64G/C10/UHS-1(90MB/s)
TOSHIBA 128G/C10/UHS-1(90MB/s)

UNV 8G
UNV 16G
UNV 32G
UNV 64G
UNV 128G

 

NOTE: Additionally, most of the above brands have 256GB MicroSD Cards that are compatible with Uniview IP Cameras.

 

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If you have any questions about these SD cards, feel free to give us a call at 877-880-7728.

If you are considering using Uniview for an upcoming project, please feel free to call us for design assistance or with camera questions.

 

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Uniview IP Solutions PoE

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How to Upgrade Uniview Devices

How to Upgrade Uniview NVR and IP Cameras

We are frequently asked “How do I upgrade my Uniview NVR” (or IP Camera). With Uniview Devices, the process is relatively simple and straight forward. If you are ready to upgrade one of your IP Cameras or a Uniview NVR, you can follow the steps below, or just give us a call! We love to talk to people about Uniview!

 

Notes on How to Upgrade Uniview Devices:

  • Make sure you use the correct upgrade file for you device. The upgrade file is a ZIP file and must include all the necessary files. Otherwise, unexpected results may occur.
  • Make sure power is not interrupted during upgrade. A power failure during system upgrade may cause startup failure. Use an Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) if necessary. The device will restart after the upgrade is completed.
  • When upgrade the IPC, the upgrade boot program function is disabled by default, and only the camera will be upgraded to the latest version. If enabled, both the camera and the boot program will be upgraded.

How to Upgrade Uniview IP Cameras

1. Click: Setup > System > Maintenance.

2. Under Software Upgrade, click Browse and select the correct upgrade file.

3. Click Upgrade and then confirm to start. The camera will restart automatically after the upgrade is completed. Some devices support boot program upgrade. To upgrade, select Upgrade Boot Program.

4. You may click Detect to check for new versions available to cloud upgrade.

 

How to Upgrade your Uniview NVR

Upgrade the NVR under Maintain > Upgrade locally (using an upgrade file saved in a USB storage device) or by cloud (through a cloud server).

To upgrade by cloud, ensure that the NVR is connected to a fully functional DNS server (configured under System > Network > Basic), and click Check to see whether a newer version is available. The time that a cloud upgrade takes is affected by network connection status.

 

 

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To find out what Uniview can do for your next project, please look over our current offerings here:

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Backing Up Recordings and Images with Uniview NVR

How Do You Backup Recordings & Images with a Uniview NVR?

Backup Recordings with Uniview NVR

Note: This function, management page may vary with models. Please see actual Web interface for details.

 

Recording Backup

Backup, also known as recording backup, is the process of querying video stored on a hard disk of the NVR and then saving to a USB storage device or a DVD-R disc as a file. In this article, we will cover How to Backup Recordings with Uniview NVR.

 

Recording backup has the following conditions:

  • Back up using a USB storage device: format the partition in FAT32 or NTFS format; connect the storage device correctly to the NVR.
  • Back up using a disc: use a GP65NB60 DVD burner. Make sure the DVD-R disc is empty, and the burner is correctly connected to the NVR. Permission is required.

The recording to back up is stored on a hard disk of the NVR.

Note: The default file format is .mp4 when you back up recordings to a USB storage device.

Note: When backing up using a disc, recordings are saved as .TS files only.

 

Normal Backup

1. Click Backup > Recording. All cameras are selected by default.

2. Set search conditions and then click Search. Search results are displayed.

Note: You can lock/unlock and play recording files in this window.

3. Select the desired recording(s) and then click Backup.

4. Select a partition.

 

Back up to USB storage device

Set the destination in the USB storage device and then click Backup. The recording(s) will be saved to the specified directory.

Note: You may want to create a new folder for the recording(s) by clicking New Folder.

Note: If the connected storage device has a capacity that is greater than 2T, clicking Format will format the device to NTFS file system; if the capacity is 2T or less, the device will be formatted to

FAT32 or NTFS. Only certain devices can format a storage device that has a greater capacity than 2T.

Note: A progress bar (e.g., Exporting X/Y) is displayed to indicate the progress, where X indicates the current number being backed up, and Y indicates the total number of recordings. To cancel

the operation, click Cancel.

Note: A backup file is named in this format: camera name-recording start time file extension. For example, Ch9-20150630183546.mp4.

 

 

Back up to a DVD-R disc

Set the destination and then click Backup. The recording(s) will be saved to the specified directory.

Note: Before you start burning, check that the video to back up was not compressed using U-Code.

Note: Clicking Cancel before burning is finished will cause the disc unusable.

Note: When burning is finished, wait for the drive to eject itself. Do not eject the drive manually.

Note: The NVR does not support playback of recordings saved on a disc.

 

 

Video Clip Backup

A recording can be clipped and saved to a USB storage device.

1. Open the playback window.

  1. After playback starts, click on the playback toolbar to clip videos.
  2. Click   and then click 

4. Select the desired video clip(s) and then click Backup.

5. Select a destination in the USB storage device and then click Backup. The selected video clips are saved to the specified directory.

 

 

Image Backup

The default format of image backup is JPG.

1. Click Backup > Image.

2. Set search conditions and then click Search. Search results are displayed.

Note: The image resolution depends on the resolution from the output interface and the number

of windows displayed when the snapshot is taken.

3. Select the desired file(s) and then click Backup.

4. Select a destination in the USB storage device and then click Backup. The selected files are

saved to the specified directory.

 

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