Record and view footage from up to nine surveillance
cameras for either home or business deployment.
Versatile Recording and Viewing Control
Perform smart search based on set criteria, view
multiple video footage concurrently, and schedule
when and for what events to record.
Convenient and Easy To Use
Simple online interface allows extensive actions to
be taken on viewing, recording, and even adjusting
Instant Live View, Live Monitoring, and Camera Adjustment
D-Link’s intuitive GUI interface simplifies viewing live and recorded video from the NVR. The
camera status page shows connection and recording status, along with frame rate and bit rate
information for each camera. The total available recording time for the system is also clearly
displayed for each NVR. Users are provided with a variety of options for viewing and organizing
camera footage on-screen. For a system with multiple channels, users can simply drag and drop
selected cameras to the viewing area. Camera names and recording status are displayed via
OSD to aid in identification. Presets from within the interface can be set to instantly restore a
previously saved view. A single camera may be viewed fullscreen with optional two-way audio.
Users can control pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) functions from within the interface using the provided
interface buttons or by directly clicking on the video.
Extensive Recording Functionality
A clear single-page interface assists with configuration including compression, resolution
and frame rate for all connected cameras. The NVR records video from up to nine local and
remote network cameras. Once cameras have been set up, a highly configurable scheduling
system allows for continuous recording or recording during specifically allotted timeframes.
Each camera can be set to record independently at preset intervals. The NVR also provides
event recording based on specific triggers such as when motion is detected. The NVR can be
configured to overwrite the oldest data automatically when HDD space runs out, allowing for
continuous and uninterrupted recording. Users can specify the number of days the recording should be kept (within the limits of the HDD capacity). For example, if the NVR
has the capacity to store 7 days of recording, using the overwrite option, the
NVR will record the eighth day and delete the first day. The NVR also provides
the option to stop recording when the HDD is full. When the disk reaches
capacity, a notification can be sent via e-mail or to an external device such as
an audible alarm or LED display via a DI/DO interface only.
Powerful Event Management
The NVR centrally controls the digital output, e-mail notifications, and
recording for all the connected cameras. Input triggers from camera motion
detection or digital input interfaces can additionally be monitored. These
events will be logged, with optional notifications via e-mail or output devices.
Users can set up multiple contact lists for event notification. A straightforward
logging system organizes events by date for easy recall.
Searching through recorded data can be tedious and frustrating. However,
the NVR’s smart search function makes detecting notable events effortless. By
selecting a target area on the video and setting search sensitivity, the smart
search will traverse the video database based on specified search criteria to
locate noteworthy events. Search criteria include options such as motion
detection, missing or foreign objects, lost focus, or camera occlusion. After
selecting a desired video period for display, the NVR can instantly begin
playback. The DNR-326 supports 4 channel simultaneous playback. Playback
speed control allows for up to 16x speed fast forward or fast backward play.
The step playback option displays one frame at a time. Additionally, users
can enhance the recorded video with controls such as brightness, contrast,
and sharpness. During playback, if a user uncovers video that needs to be exported, two formats are available. The AVI and ASF file formats will
transpose a timestamp on the exported video. If a printer is connected
to the user’s PC, the NVR can also print the selected still image. The D-Link
NVR ensures the security and integrity of IP camera footage. Administrators
may filter external connections to the NVR by IP address, limiting access and
thus increasing security. Administrators may also choose access privileges
for users by specifying the cameras they may access for live view, playback,
audio, and PTZ functions. Recorded data is stored in a secure database. This
recorded data can be backed up to additional storage locations periodically
or whenever needed. The NVR also includes the option to protect data using
a RAID1 configuration. RAID 1 duplicates the recordings database onto two
separate drives. In the event of an HDD failure, data integrity is maintained on
the secondary HDD.
D-ViewCam NVR Software
The D-ViewCam NVR software bundled with the D-Link NVR consists of five
main components: Playback Manager, Backup and File Manager, Verification
Tool, NVR Search, and Multi-NVR Viewer. The Multi-NVR Viewer supports
simultaneous display of up to 128 channels. Easily organize the view by
directly dragging and dropping video onto the display window. Cameras
managed by the NVR can be viewed as individual sites or categorized into
groups. The Playback Manager includes a clean and simple web GUI interface
that allows users to play, search, or export video. The Backup and File Manager
is a flexible backup utility that simplifies the process of backing up video data
from the NVR to external storage. The Verification Tool verifies whether data
created by the system has been tampered with by adding a digital signature
to each recorded video frame. NVR Search allows you to search for NVR
devices in the local area network.
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