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4 Channel CCTV Digital Video Surveillance Recording System Software & Video Capture Card * Use with Colour or Monochrome CCTV Video Surveillance Video Cameras * Use your PC for DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING with Timer, Time Lapse & Movement Detection with Masking, Variable Sensitivity & Audio recording with level detection modes. Dial-Up Remote Viewing * Automatic or Manual Dial-Out to Pager or Telephone with user Text or Sound file * DVR (Digital Video Recorder) captures much higher resolution images than conventional Quad & VHS or Super VHS VCR * Free Remote View & LAN Software  * Free Back Up Software for CD-R, MO & Zip media * Free Web Cam Software for Internet.


Digital 4 Video Channel & Audio PC Surveillance Recording System with Paging & Remote Viewing

PCI PC Capture Card, KeyPro, GoVideo-4 Software on CD ROM & User Manual

only $699 !

Software available in: English - Chinese - Taiwanese - Japanese
Surveillance Recording CCTV

Plus !
* FREE * Back-Up Software * Web-Cam Software * Remote-View Software


IBM Compatible Surveillance System PC-based Digital Video & Audio Recording Surveillance System for colour or monochrome Video Cameras, Record and Display or Playback simultaneously.

Four Channel Video & single Channel Audio (Sound Card required) recording.

Video Recording: Timer - Time Lapse - Motion Detection with Multiple Masking Zones and Adjustable Sensitivity.

Audio Recording: Level Detection with adjustable threshold.

Log: Time & Date stamped video clips (log for each channel, file for each event) sorted by Year - Month - Day - Time.

Single click replay of any event, or from any event to the end of log.

Storage: On multiple HDDs & Folders in host PC or over LAN, oldest files are automatically overwritten on a First-In First-Out (FIFO) basis to avoid loss of current surveillance recordings.

Viewing: During recording and remotely via Modem or LAN. (via Internet using Web Cam software)

Motion Detection or Function Key initiated Automatic Dial-Out to Pager or Telephones.

Audible Warnings, custom Sound Files associated with each channel may be configured to automatically play when image changes are detected.

Using Motion Detection mode, system may be configured to record Video only when image changes are detected, Audio recording is initiated by an increase in audio level.

Eliminates tedious and time consuming review of tape recordings, labelling and storage of tapes.

Eliminates the high cost of a Time Lapse VCR, Maintenance and Cassettes.

Considerably Higher-Resolution, Lower-Noise, Deterioration-Free and Consistent Image Quality than possible with a Quad and VHS or even SUPER-VHS VCR.

Operates continuously: no down-time while tape rewinds, is changed or replayed.



Single Chip Bt878 BrookTree IC Video Capture, PCI 2.1 compliant.
Compatible with W 98 / ME OS.
Compatible with CCIR/PAL (Australia) EIA/NTSC (Read this) (USA) & SECAM (France) TV systems.
4 standard composite video (AV) 75 ohm inputs via RCA sockets.
No VGA connector or Video Frame Buffer required.
Capable of up to 768 x 576 x 32 bit Image Capture.



GoVideo Remote-View (View images remotely via Modem or LAN, IPX/SPX /TCP/IP protocols)..

GoVideo Back-Up (Files may be written to CD-R, MO and Zip media)..

GoVideo Web-Cam Stores variable quality (compression) JPEG images to a Web Server, view with Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, etc. click to read User Notes.

Limited support for FREE software !


KEY FEATURES: GoVideo-4 Surveillance Software click to read User Notes.

Motion Detection Mode and a Secondary 3 level Movement Period control may be used to initiate automatic Dial-Out of up to 6 stored telephone numbers, custom Text / Audio may be sent to Pagers / Telephones, can also be initiated via Keyboard Function keys for use as a "Duress" alarm to summon help.

Anywhere / Anytime Remote access to images on PC running GoVideo Surveillance System via LAN, via Modem, TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, Internet / Intranet, World Wide Web support for MSIE and Netscape Navigator browsers.

Video inputs can be configured with their own Brightness, Contrast, Sensitivity, Video Quality, Alarm & Paging setting, Mask Areas and Title.

Motion Detection Mode with variable sensitivity, monitors image for changes and records video clips.

Eliminates tedious and unproductive visual monitoring, system may be configured to play a standard or custom audio file associated with each camera when motion is detected. User's attention to activity in areas under surveillance may be announced by PC Sound System ie: "Movement at Rear of Building" - "Movement in Display Area" - etc - etc.

Zoom in / Zoom out on playback using mouse or function key.

Masking allows user to define areas that will be disregarded by Motion Detection function, multiple masked regions may be defined anywhere on image or the entire image masked and segments of importance unmasked.

View Log File, allows browsing of recorded video clips, these are sorted by year - month - day - time, single click replay of any event, from any event to the end of day or to the end of entire log.

Store the video clips, locally to HDD and/or remotely through a network.

Recyclable data storage, system automatically overwrites oldest files (FIFO) to avoid loss of current surveillance recordings, user configurable to overwrite when disk space is below 500 MB or 100 MB, eliminates the need to regularly review and delete recordings.

Control system with Mouse or Keyboard.

Edit Images: Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness and Gray Scale may be altered to enhance image, frames can be saved as a BMP or JPEG file.

Print images.

AVI Video Clips, BMP and JPEG files may be easily copied and distributed via Floppy Disc, CD ROM, Zip, Tape, e-mail, etc,.

AVI Video Clips, BMP and JPEG files may be easily and quickly distributed (via e-mail) and viewed by Police, Security Personnel, etc.

AVI files can be viewed Full-Screen using standard Windows MS Media Player, BMP and JPEG files can be viewed with MS Paint, Quick View, etc, no special software required.

Sequential capture and analysis (in Motion Detection mode) of images from 4 inputs at up to 384 x 288 (CCIR/PAL & SECAM) 320 x 240 (Read this) (EIA/NTSC).

* HIGHER-RESOLUTION see comparison below

Compared to conventional 4 Channel Quad / VCR recording systems that are susceptible to fluctuating results depending on condition of Tape, VCR Heads and Transport mechanisms.

GoVideo-4: CCIR/PAL recording 384 (H) x 288 (V) per camera = 110 592 pixels.

Quad & VHS VCR: CCIR/PAL recording ~ 160 x ~ 288 per camera = 46 080 pixels, 58% less data.

Quad & SUPER-VHS VCR: CCIR/PAL recording ~ 265 x ~ 288 per camera = 76 320 pixels, 31% less data.

Above comparison is based on a VCR operating in Frame-Recording mode, as most VCRs (in Time-Lapse mode) only record Fields, the situation is considerably worse as only 144 (not 288) horizontal scan lines are recorded per camera. In Field mode per camera pixels for VHS are: 23 040, 79% less data, for Super-VHS 38 160, 65% less data.



CPU: Pentium 200 or above, Pentium IV or better recommended, Celeron not recommended.
Motherboard: PCI 2.1 compliant.
OS: Microsoft Windows 98 / ME with latest updates.
One PCI Slot and IRQ (Interrupt Request).
Sound Card: (optional) for audio recording or automatic Dial-Out notification to telephones.
Hard Disk space: Plenty of disk storage for recording, at least 1GB per camera.
System RAM: 64 MB or above.
Display card: 16-bit high colour or 24-bit true colour, 800 x 600 or above, Direct Draw compatible.
Parallel Port: for KEYPRO Hardware Key. Printer can still be connected and used.
External Modem and Telephone line (optional) for remote viewing, Web Cam, Dial-Out, etc. Recommended Modems: Rockwell, ZyXel or Lucent ChipSet, other types may be unsuitable. (Some users have reported success with following ChipSets - we include this for informational purposes only and do not recommend or suggest that any of these will function with GoVideo-4 System. DSI (Digicon systems), D13635-1/5655 with Creative Win Modem, Connexant sold under name of "Pine" no. FM-3711-11 V4.0 W03/01, Rockwell 6793 PCI Modem, Intel 815).
Video Cameras: Up to 4 with standard 75 ohm composite video output, monochrome or colour, reliable recording is not possible with a mix of monochrome & colour cameras.



Hard Disk Space requirements are impossible to specify, there are numerous variables that will affect the size of each AVI Video Clip, they include: Image Resolution - Compression - Capture Rate (Frames-per-Second) - PC Speed/Performance - Image Content:- A solitary person moving about (only a portion of image is changing) - VERSUS - Numerous persons and/or vehicles moving about (large portions of image are changing).

Below are examples from a system that operates continuously 24 hours per day, PC hardware is: AMD K6-2/450 CPU (approximately equal to a 450 MHz Pentium), Epox MVP3 Apollo AGP/PCI ChipSet Motherboard with 1 MB L2 cache, 128 MB 100 MHz DRAM, IDE 33 ATA HDD.

This data is for a single channel operating in Motion Detection Mode, Camera is a 600 + H-Line Colour Day / Night / IR unit with Automatic Iris Lens and Infra-Red illumination, the scene is the driveway / entrance to our warehouse. Activity in this situation includes: one to several persons moving about in the driveway, motor vehicles coming and going and passing motor vehicles, a person moving about in the driveway occupies 60% ~ 20% of the captured image frame height, a Truck occupies up to ~ 40% of image area. Motion Detection Sensitivity level is such that a Cat moving about at an ~ 6 metre wide point in the scene triggers recording Day or Night (under InfraRed illumination). GoVideo settings are: Resolution = 384 x 288, Compression = 5 (minimum compression, therefore highest image quality), Frame Rate is set to maximum for this Computer, 62 per 10 seconds.

There are 5 levels of Compression, with a static scene and resolution = 384 x 288, frame file size varies between 1 kB ~ 7 kB as compression is varied from 1 (maximum) to 5 (minimum). The minimum Frame Rate is 1 per 10 seconds, the maximum rate is dependent on PC Speed/Performance and resolution. AVI file data (number of frames) was obtained using MS Media Player with Indeo video 5.04 Decompression Filter - Video Renderer.

Over a 20 day period 3 547 events were captured, they occupied 467 MB of Disk Space, the smallest AVI file was 12 kB (2 Frames), the maximum was 8 389 kB (896 Frames).

Examples of some files: 14 kB (2 frames), 56 kB (12 frames), 163 kB (38 frames), 294 kB (59 frames), 66 kB (104 frames), 722 kB (137 frames). There is no direct relationship between the number of frames and file size, this is variable and depends on frame to frame changes in the images.

Above data is from an actual operating system and is presented as a guide only, actual results in each situation will vary considerably because of the numerous variables involved.



4 port Capture Card.
User Guide.
Software on CD ROM: Four Channel GoVideo-4, Remote-View, Back-Up & Web-Cam.
KEYPRO (Parallel Port, software protection device).

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