i-PRO WV-ASM200 video management software allows the unification of large multi-recorder, multi-site networked video systems for centralized operation and ease-of-use. The WV-ASM200 can connect up to 100 network video recorders (NVRs) and digital video recorders (DVRs), 64 encoders, and 256 directly connected network and analog cameras to provide centralized control of large systems. Up to 6,400 cameras registered in the recorders and 256 cameras registered in the encoders are automatically indexed in the software. Using optional WV-ASE201 extension software, a camera displayed in an active window can be controlled by the Panasonic WV-CU950 system controller, and the controller jog/shuttle can easily operate recorder playback.
WV-ASM200 software supports 16:9 video streams and 16:9 HD monitors and displays along with 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratio videos from IP cameras on the same screen. H.264 recording data in SD/SDHC memory cards can be quickly downloaded, and the video file format can be converted to MP4 for easy viewing on a PC. The system's ability to receive live images from a camera/encoder or via a recorder supports flexible network design.
* Supports 16:9 video stream and 16:9 HD monitor. Displays 16:9 and 4:3 videos from IP cameras on the same screen.
* H.264 recording data in the SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card can be downloaded.
* Convert le format from n3r (proprietary format) to MP4.
* Online management system enables easy use without dongle.
* Up to 100 recorders, 64 encoders and 256 directly connected cameras can be registered. Up to 6,400 cameras registered in the recorders and 256 cameras registered in the encoders are automatically registered in the WV-ASM200 (the number of the cameras depends on the recorder and encoder).
* With WV-ASE203*2, maximum 500 recorders can be registered, up to 32,000 cameras registered in the recorders are automatically registered in the WV-ASM200 (the number of the cameras depends on the recorder and encoder).
* Live images can be received directly from the camera/encoder or via the recorder enabling exible network design.