NVR-v1.4.5

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Release date: 01/07/2021 12:00 am

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HTML Video Streaming

Starting this version the notorious plug-in is no longer needed. Therefore you are free of the need of using IE and can now use any of the major internet browsers in their latest versions (Chrome, Firefox, Safari Etc.)   (Using Fish-Eye cameras will still require IE with plug-in since HTML video cannot perform dewarping).  
HTML Video Streaming

Improved: Remote Web-Client

The lack of the Plug-in has unleashed the capabilities of the web-client. The new web-client now has the following improvements: Fully functional analytics bar (similar to the local interface) from which the user can search, playback, and add objects to the databases.
Improved: Remote Web-Client

‘In-channel sequences’ and ‘Customized display modes’ that were created in the local interface, are now available on the remote web-client as well

Playback can now search “Advanced Analytics”

P2P Secured connection to the Provision Cam2 mobile App (v1.8.0)

Starting from v1.4.5 There could be only one device owner (Admin). The device owner would be the only one able to share the device with others, so he will have full control of who can connect to the device using the Mobile App.
P2P Secured connection to the Provision Cam2 mobile App (v1.8.0)

ONVIF G/T Support

This version is ONVIF compatible, meaning that you will be able to connect the NVRs to Professional VMS that support ONVIF protocol and get Live-View, alarms, audio, and playback.
ONVIF G/T Support

New: PTZ Series Support

v1.4.6 will support the new features offered by our new PTZ line such as DDA Auto tracking Etc.
New: PTZ Series Support

Alarm out mode selection

from now on, the user can choose if the NVR integral alarm out will work in NC or NO mode.  
Alarm out mode selection

Scheduled Object Counting report

Object counting channels can now send daily/weekly/monthly reports of the counting statistics.
Scheduled Object Counting report

IPv6 support

From now on, it is possible to add a camera to an NVR using the camera’s IPv6 address.
IPv6 support

DDNS status

The system shows an indication for the DDNS connection status.
DDNS status

Separated RTSP

The RTSP feature is now separated from the API section, and, unlike before, it can be activated remotely.
Separated RTSP

NTFS support

USB disk formatted to NTFS file system will now be supported and readable by the NVR.

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