RM-9 V2.0

Monitoring & Recording Software
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Item Code: 8222B003

Features

Video / Audio Retrieval and Playback


Video and audio may be retrieved quickly and easily in a variety of ways through the RM software.

Search and display archived video via the following functions:

Timeline
Timeline usability makes it simple to quickly and accurately review stored footage at a glance. Users can easily scroll through the timeline to find and select events for viewing. Simultaneous viewing of both live and recorded video allows the user to review recorded video while maintaining live surveillance. It is also possible to play back multiple videos from multiple cameras at the same time. This is particularly useful when you need to detect differences from varying time periods, and when confirming multiple video sources.

Event Search
Specific events such as motion detection can be searched for and played back. Other search variables include camera location, priority, description, date, and time of event.

Jump to Time
Recorded video can be quickly played back by specifying the time and date the video was captured.

Live Events Log
The Live Events Log can quickly be accessed to look through a list of recorded events, catalogued in the Live Events window.

Extract Video
Saves recorded video quickly to a file. Specify the time slot of the recorded video and save up to 1 hour of recorded video in QuickTime format. Date and time stamps are included in the video. You may also extract video by highlighting an area on the video timeline.

Snapshots
Snapshots of the images displayed in the video window can be taken. Date and time stamps are put in the images.

With all of these options, the RM software is a powerful way to find the video you need when time is of the essence.

Audio options
The RM software allows the user to send and receive live audio to and from the camera site. While using the RM Viewer, a user can listen in on the camera site, make announcements to that location, or do both at the same time.

In addition, recorded audio files can be played at the camera site manually or by a triggered sensory event such as motion detection.

Audio recording from the camera site can also be done, and the audio recorded will be embedded in the recorded video.