The Calibur Digital Video Multiplexer and Recorder (DVMR) does the work of two machines. Thats because it contains a digital video multiplexer and a digital video recorder in one unit. The DVMR displays live video from as many as 16 cameras in multiscreen, full-screen or sequencing full-screen modes. At the same time, the DVMR records high-resolution pictures from all cameras to its built-in hard drive. And it does more: The DVMR delivers a crisp 720x484 pixel resolutionbetter than an S-VHS VCR and virtually noise free. It also eliminates the high failure rates associated with analog VCRs. And because its digital, you can say goodbye to the hassles of tapes. No more jammed tapes, and no more tape heads to clean or replace. This exciting new unit has the capability to send live or prerecorded video thru the internet
. A. A second look View up to 16 images on the first monitor while viewing any camera full screen on the second. Great for alarm call-up. B. Just like a VCR The Calibur DVMRs VCR-like controls make it as easy to use as a standard VCR. C. Easy two-button setup change Need to monitor a different area or switch setups for daytime, nighttime or weekend shifts? Macros make it easy. D. Find it fast The search function lets you look for events by time and date using keys on the DVMRs front panel. E. Precision control Zip through images or review the action frame by frame with adjustable fast-reverse and fast-play controls. PDF Spec Sheet DVMRe: ready for your network
The e in Calibur DVMRe models means theyre Ethernet ready. With a desktop PC and our WaveReader software, you can connect to any DVMRe in your network. You can even connect to a remote DVMRe with a modem over standard telephone lines. Once connected, you can view live or recorded images from the DVMRe while it continues to record new images. And you can save images or clips to your PCs hard drive and view them later. The WaveReader software also lets you search the DVMRs contents by event and ATM or POS text. And a graphical disk analysis screen helps you conduct quick visual searches. ;
WaveStudio The new WaveStudio utility lets you select an image from the WaveReader display to examine more closely. You can even enhance the image by adjusting sharpness, contrast, colors and other variables.