I set up the DVR4-ALERT to "EACH" mode for cameras and "MOTION DETECTION". It records well. When I watch the record in"QUAD" mode I can see all four channals. If during playback I switch to "FULL SCREEN" mode for example channal 1 (press button 1), I can watch it (first) in full screen, untill motion happens for example on channal 2, so if the record for channal 2 exists the DVR switches to "QUAD" mode during playback it self and I cannot copy the full screen record of channal 1 to DVD.
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Re: dvr4-alert full screen playback
That's because this is a quad. It compresses all 4 video feeds into 1 file. When you play it back, it decompresses the video and shows you each camera. Playback through this unit is the only way to see 1 camera at a time.
To be able to copy 1 camera shot to a DVD, this is what you need to do:
You need to have a TV with Video in and Video out jacks.
Connect the Quad to the TV Video in jack and connect the TV Video out jack to your DVD Video in jack. Playback a single camera shot on the quad to the TV and hit record on your DVD. - The DVD will record whatever is shown on the TV.
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Motion detection is done in the recorder. In the camera setup you can set the motion detection on or off. If you're talking about the leds in the camera they come on with a light level sensor in the camera. It's automatic ans cannot be switched off.
We had an older system at work, and redundancy on our system was in case you wanted to make two separate recordings. You may want to make a recording on the DVR, but you may also want to output a signal to a remote hard drive. That way, if someone tries to take the DVR disc, you have another copy
It sounds like a problem that might be an easy fix. Since the system CCA board doesn't see the HDD. Can you view any previously recorded images? How are the connections to the drive? Bad IDE ribbon cable (yes do do fault), power to the HDD and how about the drive? Some of my DVRs require the manufacturer drive, not a simple off the shelf (i.e. Lanex or Verint). Try that and reply back. :)
You can find the manual here:
The rather long full link is here, which is why I provided the tinyurl:
You probably just need to connect the USB port to your PC to transfer the video. But you will need some DVD burning software as well as a DVD burner to be able to create a DVD of incidents.
You might also be able to save videos onto your PC through the network connection rather than using a USB cable, but I am not familiar enough with the product to know if it supports that.
Press the “Menu” button and use the Up or Downbutton until “Motion” is highlighted then press the “Enter” button. Use the Up or Down button to highlight the “OFF” next to “MOTION RECORD” and press the + or -button until “ON” is shown. Use theUp or Down button to Highlight the (MENU) then camera you wish to enable, then use the Left or Right button to highlight the “OFF” next to that camera and press the + and - keys to adjust the setting to “ON”. Use the Right key to highlight “AREA” next to the camera you wish to enable, and press the “Enter” button. Press the - button to turn on Motion Detection for the whole screen as shown by a green overlay, then do the same for your other active cameras.