- Efficient Device Management
- Manage up to 256 Devices
- Manage Access, Video Intercom, and Time and Attendance Devices
- Supports H.265 and H.264 Dual Video Compression Codecs
- Live Video Monitoring and Playback
- Configure Video Wall Layout and Scheme
- Configure NVR Recording
- PTZ Camera Control
- Intelligent Video System (IVS) with People Counting and Heat Map
Please Note: The below menu items are subject to change.
|OS||Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
|CPU||2.4GHz or higher.|
|Display Card||Independent card that supports directX 8.0c or higher.|
|Memory||1GB or higher|
|Resolution||1024×768 or higher.|
|Install||Install SmartPSS in OSX 10.7 or higher|
|Add Device||Add DVR/NVR to SmartPSS(IP)|
|Add Device||Add DVR/NVR via Serial Number to SmartPSS(P2P)|
|View Device||View Device in SmartPSS|
|Dewarp Fisheye||How to Dewarp a Fisheye Camera's Live Feed via SmartPSS|
|Dewarp Fisheye||How to Dewarp a Fisheye Camera's Recorded Video via SmartPSS|
|SD-Card||Download Video from SD-Card|
|Config||How to Backup SmartPSS Configuration|
|Import/Export||Import and Export a device list|
|E-Map||How to use E-Map|
|IVS||How to Access IVS Features in SmartPSS|
|Smart Track||How to Setup Smart Track in SmartPSS|
|PC-NVR||How to Setup PC-NVR|
|PC-NVR||How to Setup PC-NVR On SmartPSS 2.0|
- How to Use SmartPSS with Two Monitors
- How to Use Task Plan in SmartPSS
- How to Enable Task in SmartPSS
- How to Export Device Record in SmartPSS
- How to Export Device Picture in SmartPSS
- How to Playback Local Record in SmartPSS
- How to Search Client Log
- How to Search Device Log in SmartPSS
- How to Create a User in SmartPSS
- How to Setup Event Alarm Link
- How to Setup Video Wall
- How to Setup PC NVR
- How to Setup Video Talk
- How to Setup Video Wall
- How to Setup Attendance
- How to Setup Access
- How to Use Different Multisensor Camera Modes
- How to Playback Events
- How to Setup Customer Screen View
Also known as High Efficiency Video Coding, is a successor to H.264 (MPEG-4) and saves 50% bandwidth & HDD also supports 4K with 4ch@7fps or 1ch@30fps.
The intent of the H.264/AVC project is to create a standard capable of providing good video quality at substantially lower bit rates than previous standards, without increasing the complexity of design so much that it would be impractical or excessively expensive to implement.
Network Video Recorder.
An acronym for Pan Tilt and Zoom.
Intelligent Video Surveillance-Estimate the camera’s internal parameters (including internal geometric features, optical features) and external parameters (the camera’s 3D location and direction relative to the real coordinate system) according to one horizontal line and three altitude lines calibrated by users, then confirm the corresponding relations between the 2D image captured by the camera and real 3D object.
The resolution of a camera is often limited by the image sensor that turns light into discrete signals. The brighter the image at a given point on the sensor, the larger the value that is read for that pixel.
An abbreviation for Speed Dome, could also mean Standard Definition depending on who you ask and in what context.