|exacqVision 5.2, the latest software release for the exacqVision Video Management System (VMS) isÂ now available. The latest version updates exacqVision Start, Pro, Enterprise and Edge. Itâ€™s compatible withÂ all exacqVision servers (hybrid, IP and COTS) and incorporates new features, third-party integration and improvements. Exacq continues to deliver quarterly software updates and hardware offerings for the exacqVisionVMS.
exacqVision 5.2is available for download here: http://exacq.com/download
New exacqVision 5.2 features include:
Protect your investment. Always know the status of your exacqVision factory servers with the new Hardware Monitoring feature available with exacqVision 5.2. Track the voltage, temperature and fan speed of your motherboard. In the event that any of the measurement values is outside the minimum or maximum range, an ALARM indicator is displayed and can be sent as a notification via email or text message using the exacqVision Event Linking feature.
Expanded Multistreaming Capabilities
The multistreaming feature (introduced with exacqVision 5) allows the ability to set multiple, independent video streams from the IP camera. Each stream can be set at different frame rates, resolution and quality level, ideal if you require remote viewing over a limited-bandwidth connection, but want to retain the highest resolution for recording and local viewing. Up to four streams per camera can be selected, depending on the IP camera model.
exacqVision Edge Support for ISD Cameras
We have partnered with Innovative Security Designs (ISD) to bring the exacqVision Edge VMS server directly onto ISD cameras. ISDâ€™s unique IP/analog cameras support the SDXC format with up to 128 GB of on-camera storage to create a powerful single camera solution or a vital component of a distributed solution.
Integration of video analytics through exacqVision Event Linking
Most UDP cameras include on-board video analytics. These events can now be linked directly to exacqVision via the Event Linking feature. Use powerful video analytics to trigger alarms, record video or audio, automatically export clips or send notifications via email or text message.
New IP Camera Integration
Support has been added for RIVAâ€™s RC100HD, RC1202HD, RC2102HD, RC3102HD,Â RC3502HD, RC6602HD, RC3302HD, RC3702HD, RC4202HD,
Increased support of the Interlogix line of IP cameras. Many of these models
Added support for UDPâ€™s newest IPN100HD, IPN1202HD, IPN2102HD, IPN3102HD, IPN3502HD, IPN6602HD, IPX3302HD, IPX3702HD, IPX4202HD,
Simplified Video Configuration
Weâ€™ve made it easier to create and edit Views, Tours, Maps and Groups by putting them all in the configuration page and creating an easy-to-use, common editing page.
Video Export Improvements
Now you can know exactly how large an export file is before you send it. This may help you decide on a particular type of media (e.g. flash drive or DVD) or whether or not to send it electronically.
Download and Installation
exacqVisionÂ Server software is available in both Windows and Linux versions, and theÂ exacqVisionÂ client software is available in Windows, Linux and Macintosh native versions. Any version ofÂ exacqVisionÂ client can connect to any version ofÂ exacqVisionÂ server.
DownloadÂ exacqVisionÂ Software here:Â http://exacq.com/downloads
TryÂ exacqVisionÂ software for free here:Â http://exacq.com/try
ASIS International 2012 just wrapped up in Philadelphia. It was a very good tradeshow for us. Although show attendance was perceived to be down by some accounts, the Exacq booth was very busy the entire show.
In our booth at ASIS 2012 was the first showing of exacqVision 5, the latest version of our exacqVision Video Management Software, which will be released September 17. One of the key features in Version 5 is Multistreaming support. Multistreaming allows the ability to set multiple, independent video streams from the IP camera. Each stream can be set at different frame rates, resolution and quality level, ideal if you require remote viewing over a limited-bandwidth connection, but want to retain the highest resolution for recording and local viewing. Up to four streams per camera can be selected, depending on the IP camera model. In addition, up to eight ‘Region of Interest’ streams can be setup on select Arecont Vision cameras, allowing for true cropping of individual, independent streams, and a full realization of the benefits of multi-megapixel cameras.
With exacqVision Multistreaming, all streams can be recorded, viewed live, saved to views, exported, and available in search and playback. No additional licensing is required; the standard exacqVision camera license enables up to four video streams, and up to eight Region of Interest streams are available on Arecont Vision cameras. Supported IP cameras for multistreaming in Version 5 include Axis, Arecont Vision, Panasonic and ACTi, with more coming. Over 240 IP camera models will be supported in multistreaming in this release, with more coming. Multistreaming is supported in exacqVision Pro, Enterprise, and Edge.
Multistreaming in exacqVision Version 5. The “child” streams appear in the camera tree under the “parent” stream.
Other features in Version 5 shown included a vastly faster exacqVision client, with full processor multithreading support, providing a smoothness and fluidity of video display that is up to 6x faster than previous clients. Search speed is also improved, providing a 2x speed improvement in downloading searched video. A new Auto Export feature allows for automated backups to user-selected storage.
exacqVision Edge, the full VMS running on an IP camera, was in full force at this years show. In addition to supporting Axis IP cameras, two new IP camera Edge platforms were added in Version 5: IQeye and ISD.
exacqVision Edge running on ISD and IQeye cameras at the show
Axis was showing exacqVision Edge in their booth, and is featured in this video:
exacqVision 5 will be released Monday, September 17, 2012. A new version-level upgrade promotion is available as well.
We appreciate everyone that stopped by our booth. Some pictures from the show are below, and the full picture library from ASIS 2012 is here.