Historical surveillance footage can be viewed remotely through CCTV software
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Doing the rounds on well-known news clip websites is a short piece of footage which is currently amusing internet users: a scrap dealing company is captured on its own CCTV crushing a band’s brass. The dealer – who paid just £61 for stolen brass band musical instruments – captured himself crushing them on CCTV. The footage shows a gang of at least four men unloading the gear out of a packed hatchback car. The instruments include a trombone, a large gong and cymbals.
CCTV Surveillance Ltd offers digital CCTV camera systems to suit any size of premises or budget. Remote management of your CCTV network via LAN, WAN, or the internet is also possible through the CCTV software. Historical footage can be viewed remotely, and DVR setup parameters can be configured. Footage can be captured at a rate of up to 25 frames per second – the same rate as that of the PAL standard for commercial video playback. Built-in MPEG-4 support provides simultaneous viewing of both JPEG and MPEG-4 video streams.