With Line you can monitor activity on both local and remote systems
The Line surveillance system is designed to be as discrete as possible when in surveillance mode. The surveillance interface is not cluttered with menus, settings, and text. Camera text and icons in the surveillance window can be hidden if so desired.
Quickly access camera settings in just 2 clicks.
For user convenience, Line utilizes a quick-view video playback for each camera in the Observer window. This feature makes it possible to playback video surveillance without interrupting surveillance on other cameras (by switching to the full Playback mode).
Drag and Drop
Line comes with a "drag and drop" feature, which enables you to effortlessly move video feeds from one cell to another within the Observer window. You can move cameras to different cells by holding down the left mouse button. Using the “drag and drop” feature, you can create optimal configurations efficiently and easily.
Multiserver setup is built into the Line video surveillance suite, allowing you to connect to multiple servers in different physical locations while giving the impression that the software is connected to only one server. A multiserver setup is popular for organizations with more than one office, allowing their security team to monitor everything from a centralized location.
Custom screen division layouts are possible with Line; users may choose from one of the many predefined layouts or create their own from scratch. Size, shape, and number of displays per screen can all be modified using the screen division editor.
Line gives users the ability to adjust the camera chroma, brightness, and contrast; an important feature for configuring cameras located in areas with extreme light conditions, such as outdoors at night.
Unique PTZ Interface
Enables you to fine-tune the camera position and select PTZ presets. All defined presets are available in the preview mode.
PTZ cameras can be rotated by holding down the left mouse button and moving the mouse in the direction you want to move the camera. The further from the center of the screen you move the mouse, the faster the camera will rotate.