DIGIEVER Supports 60FPS Camera Recording and Monitoring on Local Display and Remote Web Browsers
DIGIEVER Supports 60FPS Camera Recording and Monitoring
on Local Display and Remote Web Browsers
Taipei, Taiwan – August 14, 2014
DIGIEVER, a world leading company of Linux-embedded standalone Network Video Recorder, proudly introduce the advanced feature of supporting 60FPS camera recording and monitoring on local display and remote web browsers.
As an open platform video surveillance solution provider, DIGIEVER not only focuses on providing leading-edge solutions but also integrates with diverse brands of IP cameras to demonstrate the highest performance in DIGIEVER NVR. Supporting 60FPS camera recording and monitoring is one of the features making use of DIGIEVER’s decoding technology and integrating ability with IP cameras.
With the increased requirements of higher image quality, DIGIEVER NVR can perform high detailed videos in high-speed environments with various IP cameras such as AXIS, Bosch and VIVOTEK to capture fast-moving objects for diverse monitoring applications such as casinos, bank counters, transaction points, highway, athletics activities etc.
In addition, DIGIEVER is the first video surveillance company supporting 60 FPS liveview and playback on local display, which users no need to buy extra PC for monitoring. With hardware decode technology, users can experience real-time local display performance of DIGIEVER NVR with non-drop frame. Furthermore, users can use previous frame and next frame buttons to check detailed information of recorded videos when using frame by frame playback. For users with high sensibility of high frame rate feature, DIGIEVER is the best choice to guard your region.
DIGIEVER is a leading company dedicated to integrating IP video surveillance solutions and providing world-class network video recorder (NVR). Formed with a group of experts who have rich experience in research and development in networking products, DIGIEVER, focuses on providing leading-edge surveillance solutions not only in software applications, also in hardware design and devoting to optimize users' experience.