For optimal performance of your system, it is important to follow these recommendations. 1. We recommend that you divide your hard disk into two partitions. One partition forinstalling Windows OS and system software, and the other partition for storing audio/video files and system log data. 2. 3. When formatting hard disk, NTFS should be selected as the file system on bothlogical drives. GV System is a multi-channel video recording system. With normal use of the system, the logical drive that contains video files will become fragmented. This is because GV System constantlystores video files of multi channels simultaneously, and video files will be scattered all over the drive. It is not necessary to regularly perform disk defragmentation. Since system software andvideo files are stored in two separated logical drives, the performance of your system will not be affected.
New Features in Version 7.0
Feature Hybrid DVR Card GV-Keyboard Higher panel resolution upto 1280 x 1024 (see Panel Resolution) Higher NTSC resolution up to 720 x 480; Higher PAL resolution up to 720 x 576 (see Video Source) POS codepage mapping Save video files as EXE format (seeExporting Video) Export AVI format files with multiple camera images (see Exporting Video) Support Windows XP/Server 2003 burning software (see Backup Audio/Video Files with ViewLog) Support DVD backup forHybrid DVR Card-format files (see Backup Audio/Video Files with ViewLog) Enhance network security (see Figure 6-1 in Configuring the WebCam Server) Synchronized audio and video playback in WebCam RPBRemote monitoring via Windows and Symbian-based smartphones Authentication Server 126 151 158 265 121 86 95 95 120 Page 8 14 21 47
Video channels GV-250 GV-600 GV-650 GV-800GV-900 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 4, 8, 12, 16 4, 8, 12, 16 8, 16 Recording Rate (NTSC/PAL) 20/16 30/25 60/50 120/100 240/200 480/400 Audio GV-DSP GV-A16 GV-NET/IO Card Channels...