8 Channel DVR Capture Card
• 320 X 240 recording resolution @ 60 fps
• 2 Audio Inputs
• iPhone and Android Compatible
• Built-In Web Server
• Embedded PTZ and I/O Devices Control
• Intel Processor Recommended
• Windows Compatible
• Multiple Recording Modes
Price : $352.94
Save : $177.06
GeoVision has unmatched quality and employs only the best compression modes. GeoVH264 V2 compression technology is used in all GV cards. It also utilizes Geo-MPEG4 codec, which allows the user to view AVI files copied from another GV system. The Geo-MPEG4 utilizes advanced video analytics to recognize suspicious or lost objects and face detection.
iPhone and Android Compatible
GeoVision has a built-in web server, providing the user to view surveillance remotely. It is possible to view videos from laptops, and more importantly, from smart phones. The user will be able to inspect surveillance regardless if the device is connected to WiFi, 3G, or 4G.
The GV-650B-8 comes with RCA audio inputs for microphones to record audio in a room. The GeoVision software gives user the full control to record audio by sensitivity and has the feature of live audio playback. When choosing a great microphone for audio surveillance we recommend ETS microphones.
This GeoVision card captures video at 60 FPS. The total Frames per Second is divided by the total number of cameras. So if 8 cameras are connected, that would be a frame rate of 7.5 per camera. Each camera’s FPS can be changed in the settings. Below is a video running at 7.5 FPS.
Example of 7.5 FPS (60 FPS ÷ 8 cameras)
Built in DDNS
GeoVision provides each card with a dynamic domain name service (DDNS) that allows a user to have a custom domain name to remote in to their camera system from anywhere. This is very important since most residential and small businesses use a dynamic IP address. This will provide a static address to ensure that your system never goes down.
The GeoVision capture card supports NTSC and PAL. It also gives the option to choose from a variety of resolutions size such as CIF (352 × 240), Half D1 (352 x 480), and full D1 (720 × 480). The software also allows a user to change the resolution for remote use to conserve bandwidth on the network.
To learn more about resolution, click here.
Date Added: Wednesday 03 May, 2006
Works good. I had to do a little finageling to get some good frames. But the software allows you to do that. You can set it so it records based on motion and then set priority of fps so that it can record really well when there is only one camera going or it can start splitting the frames up. Awesome. <<
Date Added: Monday 24 April, 2006
If you go with eight cameras and you want to see clearly upgrade to this. Well worth the price to see at this frame rate.