VIVOTEK ST7501 is the free video management software, featuring reliable recording and easy system management for diverse IP surveillance applications. ST7501 has three major components, ST7501 Server for recording, ST7501 LiveClient for live viewing and system management, and ST7501 Playback for browsing the database and retrieving the recorded media data. Users can install and run the three components on a single computer, or install all of them in three separate computers.
ST7501 Server is able to record network video streams up to 32 channels; while ST7501 LiveClient allows users to have real-time remote monitoring. In addition, the ST7501 Playback enables to retrieve the database with multiple advanced functions such as searching, browsing, and exporting. With ST7501 LiveClient and ST7501 Playback installed on other computers in different locations, users can have live viewing and database access for more efficient video management. Seamless integration with most VIVOTEK network cameras and video servers, ST7501 video management software provides you with reliable video surveillance unit.
|Server (Recording Channels)||4Mbps for Each Channel||Below 32 CH|
|Client (Display Channels)||* 720P
|CPU||2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i3 Processors||2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processors||2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processors|
|RAM||2 GB or above||4 GB or above||8 GB or above|
|Graphics Adapter||DirectX 9 compatible 1GB graphics card|
|Network Interface Card||1000/100/10 Ethernet|
The administrator can monitor and control the system by remote login different clients. According to the system requirements or applications, the LiveClient and Playback programs can be installed in the same PC or separately.
The LiveClient supports comprehensive event management which allows the user to quickly respond to any emergencies. The Playback offers an array of event search engine for retrieving video clips from the database of recorded videos based on different search criteria.
The LiveClient supports intuitive E-map function which allows users to upload E-maps for overall devices management. The whole system architecture is thus visualized through e-map links.