That is probably the route i will take. Just shelve these cameras for a while. I was not aware previously, but there are several spare 600 line cameras on site to use. Will modify the adapter I made to accept them
True, but the user just wanted to replace some cameras, not the the dvr too. System was working fine for his needs.
Like i said, i just assumed there was a switch, or parallel signal outputs. Never was aware of anything you guys have mentioned.
On the AIM that I just connected, there are communication options on PTZ screen, but no resolution.
I get a bunch of wavy type horizontal lines.
Can't find where I can select anything that you mention.
The AIM is definitively a newer OS.
In the time i spent with it, i could access focus and ptz sub screen, but did not seem to be what i was looking for regarding resolution. I think it has other problems too. Couldn't get to any playback screens.
I do have another dvr that i am not using. It is newer. AIM and says h.264 on...
I have not.
I did try a couple different 650 line cameras and they came right up.
So, the camera setup has to be done in the dvr? I naively assumed there would be some sort of switch. Thinking that the old dvr would not have the ability.
Well, I ended up getting a couple of the HAC-HDW2231R-Z cameras.
Supposed to be dual mode hd and sd.
When i connected one to the dvr, that channel showed a solid green screen
There is no indication on how to switch between sd and hd. Is that my problem?
Not completely, there is still a delay. I had the anti-dither set to 1 sec. Just changed it to 0.5
I will admit that I have not spent much time changing settings for sensitivity and threshold. I don't want too many false alarms and had the S set at 60 and T at 30. I just now changed S to...
I was hoping to hear rrom someone with 1st hand experience.
The android i have is ok for me, but i have an uncle with a nvr who has the apple tv already.
On the other hand, I do like being able to leave one device on the cams and quickly switch to it.