I tap on the screen and put the app into high-quality mode so the video display is more clear and higher resolution.
Right now I'm swiping my finger across the screen to change camera views. Users can simply tap on the screen to enable or disable the menu.
And last, I'm going to disconnect from this DVR and I'm brought back to the screen that shows all the DVRs that are configured in the app.
This video demonstrates live security camera view from the Android mobile app for 960H / H.264 i DVR-PRO CCTV DVRs.
This Android app works great phone and tablet Android devices.
And besides the mobile viewing support users can also view their cameras remotely from MAC and Windows computers.
For more information about the i DVR-PRO please visit WWW.i We have a bunch of screenshots and additional videos on that page.
You will be able to login from i Phone, i Pad, and Android mobile devices.
If I single tap on the screen the menu system is brought up. I single tap on the screen again to hide the menu and I can swipe my fingers across the screen again to switch from camera view to camera view in 4 channel mode. I just enabled it again and switched back to single camera mode, and I'll just swipe to a couple other camera views.Although we're not going to cover it in this video the Android app also supports remote playback so users can search for and play back recorded video on the DVRs hard drive.Please let us know if you have any questions and thank you for watching.If you do not currently have an i DVR-PRO and would like to log in to the demo unit at our office, please request a demo login below.In addition to the excellent live CCTV camera viewing support, the app can also search and playback video surveillance footage that has been recorded to the DVR's hard drive.In this video I'll demonstrate the live camera viewing capability of the Android app for i DVR-PRO surveillance DVRs. When the Android app is first launched you're brought to a screen that shows all the DVRs that are configured. Initially the app brings you to a single camera view of Channel 1.