Each DVS Server has the capability of supporting up to 32 cameras,
32 alarm sensors, 32 relay control devices and 32 audio I/O devices.
This means that 16 live video feeds can be viewed on a single monitor
and as many as 32 video streams from a dual monitor configuration.
You also have the ability to easily modify the video quality and
video size depending on your needs. Video image size can be set
to range from 160 X 120px to 352 X 240px.
AUVINET DVS also allows multiple users to access the same video
feed at the same time.
AUVINET DVS utilizes a Windows-based user interface which means
that there's little to no learning curve involved in viewing video
live feed once the system is set up. The system automatically places,
in order, all activated cameras on a display pane.
Freeze: Pauses the video.
Snap shot: Saves a current display pane image into a bitmap
file. By default, a snap shot file is saved in the "camera ID-date-time.bmp"
format in the "C:\" directory.
Zoom x2: Doubles a display pane's image size.
Auto-Switch: The Auto-switch feature allows you to view
more than one channel of video in a single display pane. For example,
if you had three active cameras set up in a display pane and set
Auto-switch to one second, you would automatically cycle between
the three cameras. Every second, the image in the display pane would
change from one camera to the next.
Switch next: This feature allows you to manually switch
the currently displayed camera to the next available camera. This
is applicable when you have several cameras assigned to the same
display pane. The Switch next feature gives you finer control over
switching cameras than the Auto-switch feature.
Clear: Turns off all camera views assigned to a pane