exacqVision 3.4 Released

exacqVision Version 3.4 ReleaseVersion 3.4 of exacqVision Video Management Software has just been released. This latest release, compatible with all exacqVision Hybrid and IP video surveillance systems, incorporates new features and enhancements, and continues our quest for rapid, incremental updates.

Version 3.4 is available for download here. Key features in the 3.4 Release:

  • Instant ‘Find Camera’ F3 Function Key
  • Canon IP Camera Support
  • Latest Axis H.264 IP Camera Models Support  
  • IPX IP Camera Support
  • CBC Ganz DDK IP Camera & H.264 Megapixel IP Camera Support
  • Arecont Vision H.264 MegaDome & Panoramic Megapixel IP Camera Support
  • New Language Localizations
  • DSX Access Control Integration

Here are some of the features in detail:



Instant ‘Find Camera’ F3 Function Key

exacqVision ver3.4 F3 hot key menuA new shortcut Function Key feature has been added to enable instant display of any camera in the enterprise system into any window. 

Whether the exacqVision client is operating on a single monitor and connected to a single server, or whether connected to a large enterprise of dozens of servers, and powering many monitors, the new F3 function key provides the ability to quickly select any camera.

Among the many applications of this feature, it is useful when following an individual through a large building, casino or retail store.  Replacing the functionality of a Pelco or American Dynamics keypad, this feature allows for quick selection of specific cameras by the operator to enable following the individual.  The following YouTube clip gives a brief overview of the capabilities of this feature:



New IP Camera Support

A number of new IP camera vendors, and new IP camera models, have been added to the list of supported devices, including new multi-megapixel H.264 models from Arecont and CBC, as well as the new HD megapixel IP camera from Axis:

Canon
Support has been added for the latest cameras in the Canon IP camera line, specifically the VB-C50i, VB-C60 and the VB-C500D.

Arecont Vision
Support has been added for the new MegaDome H.264 megapixel IP camera line, consisting of models AV1355, AV2155, AV3155 and AV5155.  Support has also been added the for the new Panoramic H.264 megapixel IP cameras, the AV8185 and the AV8365.

Axis
Support has been added for a number of new Axis H.264 IP cameras, including the new Q1755 HDTV H.264 Megapixel IP camera, the M7001 H.264 video encoder, the M1011, M1011-W and M1031-W small form factor H.264 cameras, and the M3011 and M3014 fixed dome H.264 cameras.

IPX
IPXSupport has been added for the IPX line of dual-codec MJPEG and MPEG-4 IP cameras, including the IPX-DDK-1500 network box camera, the IPX-DDK-1500D network dome camera, and the IPX-VE-3500 network video encoder.

CBC Ganz
Support has been added for the new line of H.264 megapixel IP cameras from CBC Ganz, including the MP1DN, MP2DN, MP3DN and MP5DN.  Support has also been added for the dual-codec IP camera models DDK-1500 box camera and DDK-1500D dome camera.

A complete list of the supported IP cameras and encoders is available on our website here.


Access Control Integration – DSX
DSX logoAdding to our growing list of access control integration is DSX, with their WinDSX system.

The exacq-WinDSX integration allows stored and live video from the exacqVision servers to be accessed within the DSX software.

Real time video can be automatically displayed in response to alarm events. Live and recorded video can be accessed from the alarm acknowledgement screen or from any input/output or camera icon. Recorded video can be viewed while running a History report.  Live and recorded video can be accessed from Alarm Maps though a right-click on an I/O or Camera icon. Live and recorded video can be accessed from the Alarm and Monitor windows through a right-click on a given event.  Live and recorded video can be accessed from the Input and Output control screens.

DSX video window



New International Localization Support

exacqVision international supportVersion 3.4 adds four more language localizations to the exacqVision client:

  • Castilian Spanish
  • Chilean Spanish
  • Catalan/Valencian
  • Slovakian

We utilize a Pootle translation server for collaborative localizations, the same method used by software packages such as Firefox, WordPress and OpenOffice. This enables our international partners to have specific localized versions for their markets.  With the addition of these four, the total number of localizations so far is 12, with many more under development.



Recent Releases

With this release we continue to make rapid progress with exacqVision, and incremental releases have hit about every 2 months. Through these releases over the last year we’ve added a large number of new features. You can see the full release history here.

As always, the latest versions of exacqVision client and server software can easily and quickly be copied over existing versions while retaining all user settings. The latest versions can always be downloaded from our Downloads page, or you can click on ‘Check for Updates‘ within the ‘About‘ box in the exacqVision software.

exacqVision Server software is available in both Windows and Linux versions, and the exacqVision client software is available in Windows, Linux and Macintosh native versions. Any version of exacqVision client can connect to any version of exacqVision server.

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