iDVR Video Surveillance System 3.0.6

iDVR is a video surveillance system
iDVR Video Surveillance System
  1 Screenshot
iDVR (formerly known as Devolution Security) is a video surveillance system for Linux operating systems.. It supports up to 16 cameras and features unicast and multicast broadcasting, a Web interface, an X11 interface, themes, motion detection, record on motion, eight different camera layouts, camera cycling, fullscreen mode, and more. Devolution Security uses its own toolkit (dtk).

Installation:

download all requirements
extract ffmpeg source somewhere
configure, build and install libtemplate and libcgi
configure, build and install the Devolution Toolkit
configure, build and install devsec with the following notes:
for the moment, you should use --prefix=/usr. See bugs
you must add ----enable-ffmpeg=< location of ffmpeg source >

Main features:

  • Up to 16 cameras
  • Motion detection
  • Record on motion detection
  • Record up to 25 fps mpeg4 video
  • Multicast live streams to local network
  • Unicast to internet IP address
  • Very configurable
  • Themeable X11 interface
  • Web based interface

last updated on:
October 26th, 2005, 14:35 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Peter Hartshorn
homepage:
sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Security
iDVR Video Surveillance System
Download Button

In a hurry? Add it to your Download Basket!

user rating 25

3.4/5
 

0/5

Rate it!
What's New in This Release:
  • This version works with 2.6 kernels, and was tested on Ubuntu 5.04.
  • A bug with keyboard focus was fixed.
read full changelog

Add your review! 1 USER REVIEW SO FAR

SUBMIT