displaying live video from i3dvr camera system

By oscar_berris ·
Hi All,

I thought I might share this question with you to hear your answers and views.

I want to show live camera feed to the public from a set of 4 i3dvr servers. The idea is to allow the customers to see themselves in various section of the store.
So my guess is to use a 42' lcd and run the feed but how to do it and which programm to do it in is a bit puzzling

Thanks for your input


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Are your DVR's

by patrick In reply to displaying live video fro ...

setup on any type of LAN? Which i3DVR are you using (make/model) most dvr's have two types of ways to view them either via web (http via a web browser) or via a remote viewing program. Let me know.

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Model of DVR

by oscar_berris In reply to Are your DVR's

Im using a Digital Mamagement Vide System
the model number is 48032RR-00-10

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How many Cameras?

by patrick In reply to Model of DVR

how many cameras per DVR are you running and are you on any type of LAN?


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number of cameras

by oscar_berris In reply to How many Cameras?

we have four dvrs. each dvr holds up to 36 cameras but we dont have all 36 hooked up on all 4. currently its about 80 cameras averaging about 20 on each.
The dvrs dont have LAN on them right now but we have a LAN in the store that we can easily connect to.

The LCD screen is placed at the store entrance in an elevated position and management wanted persons entering the building to see rotations of cameras arround the store on the LCD screen.

Right now, I have still images on the screen that rotates every second

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