Motion Detection Video Surveillance Recording Setup for iDVR CCTV DVRs

Motion Detection Video Surveillance Recording Setup for iDVR CCTV DVRs

Watch this video to learn how to set up motion detection video surveillance recording on iDVR-E CCTV DVRs. These set-up instructions are applicable to the original analog iDVR-E DVRs as well as the new hybrid DVR models that work with traditional analog CCTV cameras as well as the new HD CCTV cameras based on AHD

View HD Security Cameras on iDVR-PRO iPhone App

View HD Security Cameras on iDVR-PRO iPhone App

The iDVR-PRO Viewer app for iPhone supports high definition viewing for HD security cameras. When you first connect to a DVR, the app launches in single camera view in standard definition. I tap on the screen to enable the app’s controls and tap on this HD icon to switch the video stream to high definition

Windows CCTV DVR Software 1080p HD Security Camera View

The Windows client software for iDVR-PRO CCTV DVRs now supports remotely viewing HD Security cameras at 1080p video resolution. Here’s a live camera view in the software. This is a 16 channel DVR that we’re connected to and it currently has 12 cameras hooked up to it. Cameras 1 through 5 are 1080p resolution analog

HD CCTV Camera (720p AHD) vs SD CCTV Camera (960H) Video Surveillance

This video compares 720p HD video surveillance footage captured by an AHD CCTV camera to a 960H resolution video captured by a standard definition analog CCTV camera. This video was produced in 720p resolution, so I recommend that you adjust the YouTube player to 720p and make this video full screen. You can do this

HD Security Camera Systems – See the Difference for Yourself
HD Security Cameras 1080p DVR Video Recording

HD Security Cameras 1080p DVR Video Recording

Recently, I was contacted by a customer that wanted to see what 1080p video surveillance looks like when it’s recorded to the hard drive of a DVR and then played back. This customer had an existing analog CCTV camera system and wanted to upgrade to HD security cameras. I made this video today to show

YouTube Live Stream Video with HD Security Cameras and Surveillance DVR

YouTube Live Stream Video with HD Security Cameras and Surveillance DVR

This YouTube livestream video is being broadcast using 1080p HD security cameras connected to a video surveillance DVR. The HDMI output of the DVR is set to a spot monitor mode, which automatically switches the screen between the single and multiple camera views. This is how it’s set up. Up top, we have 16 cameras