Please note that the Release candidate of the software is only intended for FAMILIARIZATION PURPOSES and not for use at real facilities. As this version is designed exclusively for testing, DevLine does not guarantee its stability.
If you encounter any issues with the software or if you have any questions or ideas about the software’s functionality, please contact technical support.
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Features of Line 8.0 Release candidate:
Cross platform: it has the same functionality on different operating systems with the option of self-installation. The server side can be installed on 64-bit Windows or Linux operating systems or on Line-based video recorders. A new uniform client side for 64-bit Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android, iOS operating systems, or Line-based video recorders
The new mobile client MyVMS can be installed on Android and iOS and has the client-side functionality of Line for PCs. The connection port has changed from 9786 to 9780, which makes it possible to manage and connect directly to the server’s kernel.
The WEB server has switched to HTML5 technology: view using any up-to-date browser, it can display preconfigured or its own views, integration capabilities can be expanded.
Transfer of the Line IP activation wizard to the client-side interface. Activation is now only available online with the option to add and view activated keys in one window.
Monitoring tab in Manage: local server time, server runtime, display of channel and total network load, list of connected clients, archive status.
New motion detector: redesigned detection mask grid (32 x 32), overlapping detection zone layers, random-object detection zone, crossing the detection line, etc.
New video analytics engine: option to select detectable analytics, expand the type of detectable events (faces, numbers, text, directions, etc.).
New user concept: the concept has been added of user groups and the inheritance of permissions; description of groups or users; switching on or off groups/users, including by time; separate individualization of access, devices, types and permissions for each group and user within the group; the option to select a specific PTZ camera to control has been added to available devices; extension of permissions with separation into server and client and the option to have individual settings when integrating with other systems.
New archive recording algorithm: export by analytics filters, export subtitles in one container with video (camera, date, time), priority of played records (video, audio, video and audio), option to limit the size of the exported file, changeable name templates for the exported file, option to create a backup group with stream recording selection (RAID 1 type).
Extension of Reaction features: absence of movement in the frame, refresh the camera signal, external event, send HTTP request, send command to clients.
Server log: search by date, type or event name.
Expansion of server kernel interaction features through the extended description of the RPC open specifications procedure.
Optimization of the client-side load and use in terms of interface response/waiting time.
Option to change client-side interface language: Russian, English, Chinese.
Enhanced camera search in the local network with the option to add cameras from those found.
Option to provide an RTSP stream from the server to external programs.
H.265 codec support with the option to export from the archive.
25 FPS limit for recording/displaying has been removed (up to 60 FPS has been tested).
A general audio tab, as well as the option to switch between video and audio channels allocated to one camera during setup.
Release candidate restrictions:
no event or analytics filtering on the local interface of recorders;
no OSD HTTP API;
not all planned video analytics have been implemented.
Line 8.0 restrictions:
only 64-bit operating systems;
supports Android 6.0 and above, iOS not lower than 12.5, Windows 7 and above, Linux not lower than glibc>=2.19, MacOS not lower than 10.15;
Line IP activation only online (the software can work offline);
no support for video capture cards;
not compatible with Line 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 (can be rolled back);
Important to know!
1. When starting the recorders after upgrading the firmware from version 7 to 8, you may need to enter the password for local user authorization.
2. If an error occurs when connecting to the recorder from client sites, delete the server from the list in the connections dialog box and add it again.