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60 Frames Per Second DVR Capture Card  

Suggestion: You may wish to print this page out - it will be easier to follow the step-by-step procedures we have laid out for you. You can tick off the tasks as you complete them!!

Also, we suggest you read it over a couple of times before you try it.

Important for Complete Kit Buyers
Many people
pre-test their cameras to a TV to assure themselves that the cameras, cables and power connectors are all working before attempting to get them running on the DVR card.

If you plan to string your cables out, it is a must to do  all his testing BEFORE you spend a lot of time fishing, pulling, laying and stapling cable all over the place. You will also quickly realize that there is a right end and a wrong end of the pre-cut power/video cables at each of the camera location and the computer location.

If you have not bench tested everything first, you may find yourself undoing a lot of cable work you did backwards. :)

Verify your card - Look on the face of the card 
The main Chip should be  labeled TW6802

                                        Download 6802i rar Program - needs card installed
                                                   (This is the same program that you will find on the
                                                    1/2 sized disk that comes with the Capture Card.
                                                    It is better and easier to install the program from the CD-ROM
)

Download Manual - "How to run a chm file notes" below 

Download Important Notice  "How to run a chm file notes" below 

Do Not Use These Links at This Time

Download DVR108 rar Program - needs card installed
(This is the same program that you will find on the /2 sized disk that comes with the Capture Card.  It is better and easier to install the program from the CD-ROM
)

           Download Manual - How to run a chm file notes below 

This program and it's drivers is for an earlier version of our card!

                                         

Latest Version of the Program for the 6805A Chipset

Download DVR108 rar Program - needs 6805 card installed

(This is the same program that you will find on the 1/2 sized disk that comes with the Capture Card. 
Because it is compressed it is easier to install the program from the CD-ROM
)

 

Again, we suggest you read the manual over a couple of times before you start the installation. There is no need to print it out, however, as the procedure to get started is on this page.

Procedure to Install the Hardware & Software for the PCI 60 fps Capture Card
=============================================================

These instructions are based on you running Windows XP.

Windows VISTA may require slightly different steps. Some day we will write a Windows VISTA procedure. :)

Do not start by physically installing the PCI DVR card just yet,

First - Let's Check!! -- Does your computer meet the minimum requirements?

MINIMUM PC REQUIREMENTS

     HARDWARE

  • CPU: Pentium IV 1.0 gig or above

  • RAM: 128M (256M recommended for 16 channel)

  • At least 32M of RAM for display adapter. ATI Radeon 7000 DDR and above, Nvidia Geforce series are recommended

     SOFTWARE

  • Operating System: Win 2000, XP or VISTA 32 - NTFS file system is preferred

 

Now let's, physically remove any "other" capture devices first.  If you have another capture card or TV Tuner you are well advised to remove those devices from the computer, thus avoiding frustrating hardware conflicts.

Pre-Existing Conflicts
==================

Before you install the card, we will now help you verify that there are no pre-existing conflicts in your machine.

Click on your Start Button.

Select Control Panel

When you get the Control Panel Windows you may wish to Switch to Classic Mode.

Click on the System Icon

Then Click on the Hardware Tab

Then Click on the Device Manager Button

Then you will get a list of your Device Managers.

Verify that you have no Yellow Exclamation marks or Question Marks that indicate that you have a hardware conflict in your machine.

If there are, you will need to deal with those conflicts first. They have to be resolved as it means you have a conflict in your machine before you even start. As this is a pre-existing conflict we naturally are unable help you resolve this. You may need help from your local computer shop or guru.

Once you have resolved those conflicts,  you are back on track and ready to proceed.

Physically Install the DVR Card Now
===============================

Now turn off your computer and physically install the PCI card. Make sure you have a clear and well lit desktop to work on.  

If you have never installed a PCI card in a computer before, here is a link to take a quick tutorial. (You have no cables to worry about at this stage.)

http://compreviews.about.com/od/tutorials/ss/DIYPCICard.htm

Close the machine up.


When you boot up the computer again, you will get an alert message

"Found New Hardware" Multimedia Controller"

Just click by this and proceed to your desktop.

Now close any and all programs on your Taskbar that might have started automatically when you turned on your machine

Insert the 1/2 sized CDROM disk that came with your DVR capture card and close the CDROM drawer

Wait and this Window will come up



Scroll down on the right hand slider and select "Open Folder to View File"

Choose OK.

A new Window opens.

Select and Double Left Hand Click on the File Folder 6802i

Select and Left Hand Double Click on the Setup.exe icon.

You will get this install Window

Click on the Driver Install selection

When you get this window stating the program has not passed the Windows Logo Testing click Continue Anyways

You may get this window several times....always click continue anyways.

You will end up back at the Install Menu - The drivers should be installed.

Let's double check to see if they are.

Click on your Start Button.

Select Control Panel

When you get the Control Panel Windows you may wish to Switch to Classic Mode.

Click on the System Icon

Then Click on the Hardware Tab

Then Click on the Device Manager Button

Then you will get a list of your Device Managers.

Once again, you need to verify that you have no Yellow Exclamation marks or Question Marks that indicate that you have a hardware conflict in your machine. If you do, you will most likely need help from a computer guru.......or phone us for support on the phone.

Now Click on the PLUS sign in front of Sound, Video and Game Controllers

and verify that you have the two entries listed.

6802 Audio Driver
6802 Video Driver

If you see them that means you have successfully installed the drivers needed to run your card.

Now let's go back to the Install Window and Install your Capture Card Main Program

Select the Server Install Button. The computer that has your capture card installed into is referred to as your Server.

A different computer on your local area network or out on the Internet at another location that you wish to use to view your Camera Server is referred to as the Client Computer. You can use your Browser such as Internet Explorer, or a Client program on the remote computer(s) We will look at this Client program later. For now, the first step is to make your camera computer work so you can see your cameras on it.

The Server Install should go completely smoothly. You need to select your language - English...and that's it.

Once it is installed go to your Desktop and click on the DVR icon to launch the program

When the program is launched you will get a Windows like this.

On the right Hand Side there is an Icon with a wrench on it. This is your setup section.

You will need to click on it.

One thing to do right away is set the number of cameras that you have.

Attention: Now would be a good time to learn how to use the help buttons.

On every window in the set-up section there is a help button that, for the most part,  will take you to that place in the manual that helps you with the tasks presented to you. We call this context sensitive help.

Learning how to operate the program can be fun...especially if you do it in different learning sessions.

Click around inside the program....glance at the manual....and after 20 minutes take a break..

There is a direct relationship between your ability to Master the program and your sense of frustration. The higher your frustration, the lower your chances of success. You will be amazed at how many things start to make sense "after you come back to it" after a serious break!!!

Helpful Hints

To move around between programs that are running on your computer use Alt-Tab

To launch another program while the DVR capture program is running, use Control-Escape


John Duncan - Looking at you!!!!

Congratulations!! You made it!!......Have some fun with it! Double Click on any camera to get a single camera view. Then right hand click to get a full screen view.

Click Control-Print Screen to capture the full screen view

Control-Escape to get your Desktop controls.

Open a Word Processor like Word or Wordpad to a new document and then with your mouse in the center of the document, press Control-V to drop the photo you have taken into it.

Save the document and then email it to us as an attachment.....We would like to share in your success.

Using Windows Vista Compatibility Mode
==================================

Windows Vista, like any new operating system, will have problems running some applications.

This is especially true in Vista, considering all the changes. Thankfully there is a compatibility mode that can be easily set per application.

To configure the compatibility mode for an application, just locate the DVR installation directory on the hard drive and right click on the .exe, selecting Properties from the menu.

Select the Compatibility tab:

You can choose to run the program in Windows XP compatibility mode, or even all the way back to Windows 95 compatibility.

Select Windows 2000 to get started.

A useful setting to start off with would be to also disable the visual themes and desktop composition, if you can't get things working.

You will often need to choose "Run this program as an administrator".

You'll have to play around with it, but you can get your application working this way, depending on your computer hardware configuration, and what OEM (Dell, HO) installed your VISTA.

Remote Accessing

There are two ways to access your camera server from another computer (remote client).

1. You can use the Internet Explorer Browser on the remote client.

2. You can install the Remote Client Program on the remote computer. This Client Program is on the install CDROM diskette, so you would need to bring that diskette to the computer you want to use for remote viewing.

 

There are two types of remote accessing. Each one requires it's own set-up procedures.

1, Accessing your Camera Server from another computer on you local area network.  In other words, both the Camera Server and the Remote client are on the same side of the router.

2, Accessing your camera server from a computer out on the Internet somewhere.. In other words the router is between the Remote Client Computer and your Camera Server.

Installing the Client Program on a Remote Computer

Let's start by picking a computer that is in the same location as your Camera Server.. This computer will therefore  be on your local area network, in other words on the same side of your router as your Camera Server.

We will call the computer you pick your Remote Client.

Insert the CDROM diskette that came with your 60 frame per second capture card into your Remote Client.

Insert the 1/2 sized CDROM disk that came with your DVR capture card and close the CDROM drawer

Wait and this Window will come up



Scroll down on the right hand slider and select "Open Folder to View File"

Choose OK.

A new Window opens.

Select and Double Left Hand Click on the File Folder 6802i

Select and Left Hand Double Click on the Setup.exe icon.

You will get this install Window

Click on the Client Install selection

Follow the installation program, accepting all it's default settings.

Accept the SVMP 4.0 Decoder

Be Patient - Wait...

Click Finish

Select English

Exit the Install Program Window

Got to your Desktop and find the Client Icon and click on it.

Accept the  Login Defaults for User Name and Password.

You will get this screen.

Click on the Settings Icon we have circled for you.

And you will get this screen. This is where you will enter the information to let your Client Program know where to look to fund your Camera Server,

To Be Continued - under construction

 

The Watchdog Feature
================

There is a reference within the program to enabling "Watchdog"

We are not entirely sure what it stands for.....but we have an idea.

The term "Watchdog Feature" is a standard term in the industry.

Some cards have a "pin-out" on them that allows a person to cable that pin-out to the reset switch on the Motherboard.

Then, in the event of computer lockup, say caused by a power irregularity, then the DVR software will recognize that state and cause the computer to reboot.

We do not know if that "pin-out" exists on your card. And even if it does, it may not be an enabled feature on the Techwell chipset.

We do sell a card, The AVerMedia card, which has this feature enabled. It sells in our eBay store for $125.00

 

 

Professional Quality Digital Surveillance Recorder


4 BNC to RCA Connectors Included

This is the right card for you if -

1. You want the MOST economical 60 Frames per Second capture card on the market

2. Have or are buying cameras with an RCA video signal.

3. Need to record events and need motion detection.

4. Want to view your cameras from anywhere over the internet

5. You "appreciate" our WORLDWIDE FREE SHIPPING

6. Have a Pentium IV 1.0 Gigahertz computer with Win XP,     

Need to Drive more then 4 Cameras?
Want to drive   8 cameras - Purchase 2 cards - need 2 PCI slots
Want to drive 12 cameras - Purchase 3 cards -  need 3 PCI slots
Want to drive 16 cameras - Purchase 4 cards -  need 4 PCI slots

      The new High Speed (60 frames per second) PCI card comes with 4 channel video. It gives you Superb Digital Images from Multiple Cameras and Remote Surveillance that eliminates the need for multiplexers and Recorders.

Our system stores your recordings in highly compressed MPEG4 files format (1 week /7GB Recording) on your PC's hard drive.

Imagine not having to watch endless hours of recordings of nothing and be able to choose motion activated video capture only.


 

 

                                       Download 6802i rar Program - needs card installed
                                                   (This is the same program that you will find on the
                                                    1/2 sized disk that comes with the Capture Card.
                                                    It is better and easier to install the program from the CD-ROM
)

Download Manual - "How to run a chm file notes" below 

Download Important Notice  "How to run a chm file notes" below 

 

                                           How to Run a chm File

IMPORTANT: The manual is a chm file.... this is a compiled web page format.

There are security issues that Microsoft has encountered with this type of file, so depending on what Security Fixes you have installed on your computer, you may have trouble opening the file.

Here are the adjustments you will need to make to view the manual.

Opening a *.chm file

Warning If you are prompted to open or to save a .chm file from a Web site, you should do so only if you need the file and if you trust the Web site that is providing the file. (You can trust us!)

In the File Download dialog box, click Save, and then choose where you want to save the .chm file. Then, use one of the following methods:

Method 1

1. Double-click the .chm file.
2. In the Open File-Security Warning dialog box, click to clear the Always ask before opening this file check box.
3. Click Open.

Method 2

1. Right-click the CHM file, and then click Properties.
2. Click Unblock.
3. Double-click the .chm file to open the file.

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