Ivideon users with business accounts and cloud storage connected can delay recording to their archive in the cloud. Using the new functionality, recordings are first stored locally, on Ivideon Server or an SD card in the camera, and then copied to the cloud later.

If you use your internet for critical systems like cash registers, accounting, and document management, you can’t clog it up with video streams. You can now delay when your recordings are sent to the cloud, for example, by having them copied up at night when nobody’s using the internet.

Scheduled recording to the cloud also helps if internet traffic costs more for you during the day. Start by saving your video locally, and then send it to the cloud at night.

Activating delayed cloud recording

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It’s autumn, and that means new releases are dropping like leaves from the trees! We added support for camera groups to business users of the Ivideon web application. In previous versions, the only good way to manage groups of cameras was to use the Ivideon Desktop Client.

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Ivideon Client, just like the web application, lets users watch live feeds and their footage archive from cameras linked to Ivideon Server as well as cameras with Ivideon built in. Videos can be watched via a local area network or online.

After hearing from you, Ivideon Desktop Client 6.4.0 now includes digital zoom during video playback. It’s operated with your mouse wheel, the slider, or by selecting a specific area within the frame, and that means many of you can skip buying a camera with a zoom feature since you can just use our software. Zoom is available both for live feeds and archived video.

But that’s not all.

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We’ve spent months testing Ivideon Server 3.5.9 (really, with the number of changes we’ve made, we could call it version 4.0.0), and it’s finally ready for release. This version includes full support for IP cameras and DVRs using the ONVIF protocol, which all modern IP cameras, DVRs, and NVRs offer.

Offering ONVIF means that you can connect any cameras or other devices that meet the protocol’s standards to a single system, significantly expanding the range of hardware you can use.

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Ivideon-powered cameras record locally on SD card being connected to Ivideon Cloud via 4G router. Live video and archived recordings are accessible from any Internet enabled device.

Camera supports micro SD card up to 128GB which is enough for 140 hours of local recording.

By adding different alarm triggers (panic button, door opening sensor etc.) you will be able to receive instant push-notifications when they are triggered.

Mobile network is used remote control, Wi-Fi network of transport garage is used for exporting archived videos.

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