- Linux Server officially released
NEW CAMERAS AND RECORDERS SUPPORTED
- Some Sony IP/HD Cameras as well as additional models from Axis, Brickcom and IQInvision.
- Axis Video Encoders
- Veracity COLDSTORE storage array
- .AVI format can now be exported as well as .MKV. This enables viewing exported video almost on any device .AVI is suggested by default.
- The Media Proxy feature allows viewing streams from cameras on a different subnet. The only thing needed is to forward Proxy port on the router. Client automatically switches to proxy if media server is not allowed directly. See documentation for details.
- If adding a new storage to Media Server, it is checked for validity and ability to write to.
- The Swap Camera feature has a better approach. If a user wants to swap a camera to another server, it will still stream. A recording flag is set automatically to a new server. Also, archive is seamlessly combined from all servers.
- Software Motion Detection allows to do advanced motion detection with a very precise and flexible motion mask (a camera should support the dual-streaming feature). Additional CPU usage is negligible.
- The watermark feature generates watermark for each exported file. When viewing exported files in Network Optix VMS, the watermark can be checked. If the file was modified, the watermark check will fail.
- Pan-temporal Timeline was completely redesigned and improved.
- Servers node in Resource tree is opened automatically when user logs in.
- Exported videos are treated as cameras on the slider.
- Playback (live/archive navigation) is more accurate and smooth.
- Export could not be performed with only one item on scene. It was required to select the item; otherwise, a warning message was displayed. It is now selected automatically.
- At times, status events worked incorrectly. Such resulted in “No Signal” in the camera along with streaming. Fixed.
- Network Optix VMS Client crashed if the search returned too many results. Fixed.
- Server Name could not be changed. Fixed.
- In some cases, the back button could work incorrectly in the Network Optix VMS installer. Fixed.
- When pressing the info button with too many items on the scene, the info panels were resized unexpectedly. Fixed.
- Fixed the error that occurred during the Network Optix VMS installation when adding or removing components.
- RTSP port wasn’t checked for availability during the installation. Now it is.
- SSE 2, 3 and 4 are determined incorrectly in runtime for Linux server. It could result in application shutdown on some processors (Atom, Pentium 4, some AMD models, etc.). Fixed.