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ATRIX DVCCP8RDH 8 Channel Encoder Real time H.264 Base Profile (MPEG4 Part 10) Capture Card

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  • 8 x BNC
  • Encoder Real time H.264 Base Profile (MPEG4 Part 10)
  • 8 Channel

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DVR Card
Camera inputs
8 Channel
Video Input
8 x BNC
Audio Input
8 x Audio
Resolution Recording
NTSC: 352 x 240
PAL: 352 x 288
Recording Frame Rate
240 FPS Realtime
NTSC: 30 FPS per channel
Recording Compression
Encoder Real time H.264 Base Profile (MPEG4 Part 10)


Network Remote
Playback and remote view by Media Player and IE


Work with 8ch or 16 ch cards, stackable up to 40 channels system.
Operating System
Windows 2000, XP or Vista
System Requirement
Intel chipset (recommended) 845, 865, 875, 915
Pentium 4 1.7GHz or higher
Display Card:
GeForce 4MX 440, ATI 9200 or above
DirectX8.1 or 9.0B


Package Contents
Driver Disk
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/23/2008 1:35:07 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat DVR card!

Pros: 240 FPS. This means that you can capture up to 8 cameras at a full 30 FPS, so your video is nice and smooth. Lesser cards drop frames and the result is jerky looking stop-action type playback. Software which works great, even under Vista. Every machine in our office can view the cameras with no problems. We'd previously purchased a cheaper card from e bay, the card worked great, but the software didn't.

Cons: Confusing manual, even when printed out (doesn't come with a printed manual). Better than many I've seen, it still would have been nice to have a "tutorial" included in the manual, showing how to set up a camera, rather than just explaining what the settings are, which doesn't tell you how to set one up. You can figure it out if you put some time in, and after that it's fairly simple, but there's no reason why a manual can't include this. Also, you can't (or at least I couldn't figure out how to) record to the c: drive on the machine the card is installed in, despite having nearly 500 GB free. The manual makes NO reference of this. I copied the contents of the 500 GB drive to an 80 GB drive, and then installed the 500 GB drive as E:, and it records to it without any problems. If you don't want to use 2 drives, I imagine having 2 partitions on one drive would work OK too. If not for these 2 things, I would have given the card 5 stars.

Other Thoughts: For the money, the card can't be beat. You'd have to spend almost another $500 to get a comparable card from GeoVision. Also, other than GeoVision, this is the ONLY card that I know of that supports Vista. And, of course, if the card hadn't lived up to my expectations, I knew I could have returned it without any problems since it was from Newegg

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