Q-See QSPDVR04 4 Channel Digital Video Recorder PCI Card

June 18, 2015 - Comment

QSPDVR04 is a PCI Card installed in a PC that will display and record live video from the cameras connected. It has 4 channels video input, the maximum display/recording rate is 25 fps under PAL ·format, and 30 fps under NTSC format. One PC can use 4 cards simultaneously, with 16 channels video input as

QSPDVR04 is a PCI Card installed in a PC that will display and record live video from the cameras connected. It has 4 channels video input, the maximum display/recording rate is 25 fps under PAL ·format, and 30 fps under NTSC format. One PC can use 4 cards simultaneously, with 16 channels video input as the maximum number. Total resource is 100 fps under PAL format, and 120 fps under NTSC format. 1-16 channel video input, 1/4/6/8/13/16 screen display modes are available. Multi alarm triggering method: sensor alarm, motion detection, video loss, and HDD sources shortage. Also supports schedule recording mode. Video compression format: MPEG4. 5 level recording quality options available, and the recording frame rate range from 1 to 30 fps adjustable for each channel. Recycling recording method available. Support multi-channel playback, searching by time/date and recording events,images can be zoom/capture/save/print/backup. Support remotes surveillance and PTZ control through web browser, support dynamic domain name.

Product Features

  • Recording Rate 30 FPS NTSC (Total)
  • MPEG4 Compression
  • Record Mode: Motion/Sensor/Schedule/Manual
  • Software Included for Internet Monitoring / Networking
  • Input Connector: BNC

Comments

Wayne "Omegafiler" says:

Excellent home surveillance PCI DVR *** UPDATE 5/4/08: After over 1 year of use, I’ve made a few updates to the review. Overall, still very happy! Just wanted to add some more useful information and minor updates. *** 

Dane Shepherd says:

All in all I am pretty pleased Let me start by saying that I give this a Five Star rating based on performance-for-price; this product is not without its shortcomings. 

C. Pehl says:

Performs well This hardware performs well, but for the price it doesn’t really provide anything the Swann equivelant does for a few dollars less, they both use the same software vendor. Also, there is a software upgrade available on Q-See’s site that makes some essential upgrades, I would recommend installing that right away, as you have to uninstall in order to upgrade, and you lose any settings you made. Also, no matter how you read the wording, this card (and the Swann) only capture 32 fps divided by the number of camera’s you use. If you use 4 camera’s you will only get 7 fps on each.

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