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This DVR dose not support that...You can either see one camera full screen or see all 4 in a quad screen depending on how many cameras you have and how may of them are enabled.
If the Preview feature in the Camera menu is On, you can view live video on the monitor.
Video is displayed full-screen only if one camera is turned on. If more than one camera is
turned on, video is shown in a quad view. Sorry but its not going to be able to do what you are looking for...Pelco didn’t put that feature in their small DVR until the DX4000 series......Good Luck and let me know if this helps,

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Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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