Tribrid Workstation General Specifications

Tribrid Video Management Software Application (TVMS)

  1. The control application should not be limited or require any type licensing to view live, view playback, or control any TVMS server.
  2. The control application shall have the capability to view multiple TVMS systems on the same screen even if those that are assigned to different archiving servers.
  3. The control application shall have the ability to monitor 1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, 25, 36 and 64 camera views in which every video is shown in real time 30 frames per second.
  4. The control application shall automatically adapt to the network topology whether UDP multicast, UDP unicast, RTP or TCP.
  5. The control application shall automatically adapt between video main streams and video sub streams based on the number of videos on the screen at a single point in time and can automatically switch streams when single cameras are viewed.
  6. The control application must show the correct aspect ratio of video streams and may adjust the views based on the control PCs video card settings and monitors ratio.
  7. The administrator application should allow the administrator or users with the appropriate access rights to change the system configuration.  It shall have the following minimum capabilities:
    1. Shall provide the ability to change the video quality, bandwidth, frame rate, motion detection, brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, masking, camera name, video loss sensitivity and camera covering detection.
    2. Shall provide the capability to rename all cameras and set them up based on system topology.
    3. Shall provide the capability to restrict or enable access right to cameras on a per user basis.
    4. Shall provide the ability to set the recording mode for each individual camera based on motion detection, alarm input or continuous recording.
    5. Shall detect and warn users of any IP conflict within a given network.
    6. Shall provide the capability to set a pan-tilt-zoom protocol to a specific video encoder’s serial port and allow a mixture of different motorized domes and motorized cameras within a system.
    7. Shall provide the capability to assign passwords to each user and set access rights, camera monitoring, pan-tilt-zoom control, live viewing, archived video and bookmarks.
  8. The monitoring application shall allow live viewing of video and audio with individual TVMS units.  It shall have the following minimum capabilities.
    1. The operator shall be able to control pan-tilt-zoom, focus, iris, dome relays and dome presets.
    2. The operator shall be able to digitally zoom Mega Pixel IP cameras without affecting other views or the recording of the video.
    3. The operator shall be able to use multiple monitors on a single PC.  They should be able to drag and drop as many screens and camera views onto multiple monitor with no limitations set by the software.
    4. The operator shall be able to control and manipulate views from fisheye or 360 degree cameras.
    5. The operator shall be able to view live text data generated by POS, ATM, Access Control and other systems.
    6. The operator shall be able to start/stop local recording.
    7. The operator shall have the capability to activate or de-activate viewing of all system events as they occur.
  9. The Archived video viewing shall have the following minimum capabilities:
  1. Shall support video playback of any available time span.
  2. Shall provide functionality to search multiple archived video servers and display it transparently to the operator.
  3. Shall provide export to CD-R or DVD-R in a format that can be by a application that can verify the digital watermark authentication.
  4. Shall be able to “enhance” single video frames by using tools such as embossing, negative images, sharpening, darkening and lightening.
  5. Shall provide notification of the watermark if any video has been altered.
  6. Shall provide image export to JPEG and BMP format with time/date stamp on the image.
  7. Shall provide a thumbnail timeline of the first frames of video.
  8. Shall allow playback of video from an IP Device via TCP/IP.
  9. Shall allow lookup and playback of information from the Isonas access control system.  Lookup information should include but is not limited to badge number,  a person name, time / date, events and doors.

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