Posts Tagged ‘network video’

Free NVR (Network Video Recorder) software from ACTi

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

NVR Professional and NVR Enterprise video recording software from ACTi are both free to use with their cameras.

ACTi NVR Professional free video recording software

ACTi NVR Enterprise free video recording software

The Professional version is shipped on a CD in the box with every camera purchased and can manage up to 64 cameras on any single site.

The Enterprise version can be downloaded from ACTi’s website free of charge. This version can be used for multi-site solutions where there are up to 16 cameras at each site. For camera counts greater than 16 on multiple sites ACTi NVR Enterprise can manage up to 64 cameras but, they charge for licences for 32, 48, and 64 camera versions – please contact us if you need any further details on this software.

Currently, this free video recording software only manages ACTi products, but you can mix their video inputs from their megapixel network cameras, standard IP video cameras and analogue CCTV to IP Video servers.

Their offer of free video software makes this perhaps the ideal migration route for owners of existing analogue CCTV cameras. Simply convert those CCTV cameras into IP video feeds by use of an ACTi video server. Then install their free recording software onto a suitable PC. Then add megapixel network cameras for better resolution IP CCTV into the future …

Bigger Bada IP Video Networks Coming

Sunday, August 10th, 2008

Amity Systems becomes Bada Networks, with the mission (and funding) to deliver real time IP Video everywhere, at once …..

Read all about this breaking News over at Network World.

“Large-scale collaborative video surveillance” – does this mean that we’ll all be able to watch each other?

Apparently, Bada is a Chinese term that means to reach in all directions. It is used by the company to convey the concept of seamless connectivity and collaboration.