Image Recording, this is a very complicated subject because it will depend on several factors one of them is the resolution that the DVR Stand Alone device will record after the second factor is whether it will record continuously or by motion detection, the third factor is if in this DVR will have Speed Dome camera that usually record direct, well let’s put together a setup that will suit those who want longer recording time.
Tips for Recording Time Stand Alone DVR
As we were commenting we have to pay close attention to these three factors, which is recording resolution, recording type and if you have Speed Dome camera in DVR Stand Alone, one more thing to be taken into consideration is if the DVR channels will get too much recording , for example.:
- DVR Stand Alone that features security cameras from securitypology.com such as a Residential Condominium Concierge that operates 24 hours a day, meaning it will record direct even you selecting the motion detection option because we all know that an ordinance of a Residential Condominium does not for .
Tip to increase the recording time in DVR Stand Alone – In order not to have this problem of short recording time in the DVR we have to merge channels of the device with places that will have a lot of recording with channels that will have little recording, this way we will have more Recording time on the DVR.
The second Tip to increase the recording time on the DVR Stand Alone – It is to change the image resolution of the DVR device If low the image quality you will have more recording time, and for those who have many Speed Dome camera we recommend that you do not leave More than two Speed Dome cameras on the same DVR device, because this will consume the HD where the images are stored.