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Pros: Real-Time H-264
Multiple Audio Channel Recording
Cons: 1) When setting a motion box, if your detection area is set to the furthest right of the picture, when the system reboots the motion detection box disappears. Ensure your selection area does not include the furthest right side.
2) When SuperDVR display is set to display ONE large channel with multiple smaller channels surrounding, the ONE large displayed channel will no longer detect Motion for recording.
3) SuperDVR will randomly STOP recording live video and lock up. You can still view the live stream remotely and locally but the actual system running SuperDVR will be in a frozen locked state requiring a hard boot of the system.
4) SuperDVR IS NOT supported by CMS (Central Monitoring System) software anymore. No more CMS and you are forced to use web browser based monitoring which eliminates any possibility of remote off-site recording, monitoring and alarm supervision. This nulls a very important “security” aspect of any camera monitoring system.
Other Thoughts: The newest “dongle” card has major software support issues. Upgraded from old legacy MPEG4 cards and sorry I did.
Software that shipped with the cards is the incorrect version requiring you to download the correct version from Q-See (driver oriented). Not a problem but Q-See’s software (SuperDVR) for these cards (newest dongle version) is broken.
Systems running the BNC type cards of this model number do not have the issues that the newest “dongle card” have.
Hopefully Q-See will fix their issues and return to supporting their products to a level expected by professionals.