Posts Tagged: Camera Commentary

What is framerate?

What is framerate?

December 13, 2006

Framerate is how many frames per second (fps) a card can do. Obviously the better the framerate, the smoother the picture will be. Geovision cards have 2 framerates. One is for real-time viewing (Display rate) and the other is for watching playback (Recording Rate). Check out the post for more information. read more | digg story Related […]

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Internet Explorer 7 part of Windows Update

Internet Explorer 7 part of Windows Update

December 11, 2006

Internet Explorer version 7 is a part of windows update now. If you have your PC set to update automatically, expect to see IE7 next time you log in. It does have some new features like the multiple IE windows open using tabs and there is an RSS feed option. It requires Windows XP or […]

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CameraSecurityNow.com Partners with Tech-Army.org

CameraSecurityNow.com Partners with Tech-Army.org

December 1, 2006

CameraSecurityNow.com, an Online distributor of DVR CCTV Camera Surveillance equipment uses the Tech-Army.org to supply local installation and service on their custom Geovision DVR Camera Security systems Nationwide. read more | digg story Related PostsReplacing Pelco Equipment with Geovision DVR Servers Corpus Christi- CCTV Installer Recognized Video Database of Crime ALCU backs move to prevent school cameras […]

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Color vs B&W Bullet Cam See Video to Compare

Color vs B&W Bullet Cam See Video to Compare

November 30, 2006

Is it worth $150 extra for a color bullet camera? $99 for the B&W, $249 for the color camera. What color is that car? Other considerations in upcoming video, low light levels, which works better, color or black and white? Visit Camera Security Now Bullet Camera Information Related PostsJudging the Worth of a Camera Security […]

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New Security Camera Can See Through Clothes

New Security Camera Can See Through Clothes

November 29, 2006

Look for applications for airport security guards to skyrocket in the near future: a new technology will allow the wand wavers to see through people’s clothes. It’s to let them see if anyone is carrying a nuclear bomb in their pants, I guess. Related PostsCities requiring Business Security Cameras: Burglar Robs Security Camera Store Camera […]

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Middletown Regional Hospital Construction Update

Middletown Regional Hospital Construction Update

November 28, 2006

The progress at the hospital is on track. This will have a dramatic effect on the businesses on the east end of town. Related PostsSecurity Camera Sees Shooting Got a Server Migration Project? Rent a pc server (Computer Rentals) Bazooka Golf Club blasts you out of the rough for less bucks Golf Club Blog – […]

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Video Playback using Geovision codec

Video Playback using Geovision codec

November 27, 2006

You need to have the geovision codec installed on the pc to view the AVI files using Windows Media player. Discuss this further on the tech-army forums. read more | digg story Related PostsCorporate Event Surveillance Server Rental CCTV DVR Card Only Option Security Cameras at Work C-Mount Security Cameras (CCTV) Security Cameras In Schools

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Linux Embedded PC Based DVRs – Pros and Cons.

Linux Embedded PC Based DVRs – Pros and Cons.

November 21, 2006

Open discussion on the much hyped Linux Embedded DVR as used in a video security application. read more | digg story Related PostsSteve Irwin’s death caught on Video CCTV Security Camera Test Wall Mountable Varifocal 4-9mm Dome Security Camera Information Wide Angle Security Cameras for large surveillance areas The Security Camera Files

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Camera System Design Takes Off

Camera System Design Takes Off

November 16, 2006

Google Earth Helps Plan Your CCTV Security System. CameraSecurityNow.com announced today that they will be using the highly detailed satellite images provided by Google Earth to help their clients design a system based around their line of GeoVision DVR products. Bill Schiering, the companies’ sales manager, said “It’s a natural fit. In live time we […]

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IBM Camera Security could monitor Borders, Liscense Plates, Stores

IBM Camera Security could monitor Borders, Liscense Plates, Stores

November 7, 2006

A new High-tech digital-surveillance system from IBM Research analyzes video for shoplifters, intruders, or even a specific license plate number, is now ready for the mainstream market. The technology, called S3 (reminds me of PS2) has far-reaching possibilities for business, governements and individuals. From the store owner to the border security depart, The Smart Surveillance […]

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