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    Default doing the techy way

    so i want to know how to build a surveillance DVR rig
    this being my example
    Newegg.com - eSecure ES036883 16 Channel H.264 Level EZ Wizard DVR w/ 8 IR Bullet Cameras



    looking at the most "mysterious" piece out of the collection i guess is the dvr.

    how and what are the steps, hardware, and software i need to learn and purchase all the pieces and parts to manufacture my own dvr?
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    Look around some more.I am part of a paranormal group. W e have 2 sets of ir camera's.And we did not pay close to that fore them.I do believe we got ours at Amazon.com.
    They are easy to use.Just like a vcr.

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    Default Re: doing the techy way

    The DVR is just a specialised computer. Honestly, this set will be cheaper than what you can scoff togethe.

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    I have some Foscam IP camera's at home, I have 6 of them set-up now and a software called Blue Irus installed on my computer to recording.
    I have the Focam 8910w for inside and the 8905w for outdoor recording. All motion detection so your not wasting space if there's nothing going on.

    Also my indoor ones can pan and tilt.
    You can use your phone to control and view all the cameras.. The outdoor ones are fixed position but you can view them.

    Work great and helps me keep a close eye on my property. I live a safe area as it is, but I have them more for extra security.

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    Default Re: doing the techy way

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    I have some Foscam IP camera's at home, I have 6 of them set-up now and a software called Blue Irus installed on my computer to recording.
    I have the Focam 8910w for inside and the 8905w for outdoor recording. All motion detection so your not wasting space if there's nothing going on.

    Also my indoor ones can pan and tilt.
    You can use your phone to control and view all the cameras.. The outdoor ones are fixed position but you can view them.
    sweet that what im looking to do to
    Work great and helps me keep a close eye on my property. I live a safe area as it is, but I have them more for extra security.
    sweet that what im looking to do to
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    They have made the dvr setup so easy with kits. There are some cheap ones on Newegg and Ebay if its not a mission critical use. I have setup a range of these kits and custom built systems. I have used the dvr cards on ebay too. Lots of them are Geovision knockoff but they work pretty well. Can only use the older Geovision software since the new version checks for a validation in the dvr.
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    what do you think of this
    MythTV, Open Source DVR


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    If you are looking for a multi camera solution I dont think it will work. That appears to be geared more towards TV related video.

    When you buy a DVR system or a DVR pci card it will come with software so you will not need to worry about that. Geovision is one of the most well know.
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    ahhhh SEE!!!! THATS why i need your BRAINS!




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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Look around some more.I am part of a paranormal group. W e have 2 sets of ir camera's.
    All this to find out that it wasn't a ghost knocking on Jim's bedroom door in the middle of the night, it was actually Jim farting in his sleep


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