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13/09/2011

New app provides mobile access to Abus video surveillance recorders

Muhlhausen, Germany

The iDVR app for Android from Abus Security-Center enables convenient access to Abus video surveillance recorders. .

Video data from up to four analogue or network cameras can be seen and directly saved from the live view.

One of the main functions of the app is accessing up to 16 recorders that can be saved. In particular the app can be used for analogue as well as network cameras via the recorder. The user can even save images and videos from the live view and these can again be displayed in the full-screen view.

A further function is the ability to control PTZ cameras: this means, the user can comfortably zoom in or zoom out on the image if they notice something unusual even when the incident is taking place.


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