Watch video and listen to audio in real-time. Export video in the format of your choice.
Video analytics in the archive
Filter the Line software archive by detection, object size, and color. The frame is divided into 64 areas during the search. Search by color supports 10 shades.
Group cameras by drive
Line 7.0 software users can organise camera records by groups on different drives. This function makes it possible to set camera recording priority and determine the different archive depth for each camera or group of cameras.
Viewing the archive using a mobile phone
Users of Line 7.0 can browse the archive using mobile clients for Android and iOS.
Multiserver playback allows you to simultaneously work with multiple servers running Line, independent of their physical location. A multiserver setup is commonly used by organizations with many offices in different locations, allowing all servers to be monitored from a single location.
Simultaneously view recorded video surveillance from all cameras on the server.
Tags in the archive
This feature is used to attach labels to the video archive. Users can determine the beginning, end, and event type. To search, simply enter the label in the designated search field; you will be shown all video that matches the search criteria.
Export the archive to a convenient video recording format
The software allows you to upload any piece of recorded information (from several seconds to several days). Video can be exported together with audio from a microphone.
Users of version seven of Line software can export the video with the codec used for recording from the camera directly into an avi container (instead of vid-codec from Devline). This will make it possible to view the archive in different systems without any additional video file conversion at the same speed as the export.
Users can export the archive directly from several cameras in different ways:
— export the video archive from several cameras into one file;
— export the video archive from several cameras with the same settings at the same time.
Remote archive export to a convenient video recording format.
With Line, you can breakdown selected video footage to view the individual frames, which can then be saved to disk. This feature is capable of breaking down a single second of surveillance footage into as many as 25 frames.
Archive timescale can be configured to show in seconds, minutes, hours, or days. This makes locating specific surveillance times quick and easy for the user.
Use the scroll wheel on your mouse to select a more precise timeframe, allowing you to start playback from the best time position.
Video surveillance playback can be controlled using convenient keyboard shortcuts. Use the Spacebar to pause video playback, the up and down arrows to increase/decrease playback speed, the left and right arrows to play/rewind footage, and use the scroll wheel on the mouse to increase/decrease the available time scale.