Post Recording in Camius DVR and NVR Recorders and the Importance of it

Post-recording is a valuable feature in CCTV DVR and NVR recorders, allowing users to record additional footage after an event. This feature is beneficial in situations where there is a need to capture more information after an event has taken place.
To enable post-recording on a Camius surveillance video recorder, the user must access the recorder’s settings menu and select the post-recording option. Once selected, the user can set the duration of the post-recording time, which can range from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, depending on the user’s needs.

With post-recording enabled, the DVR will continue recording for the duration set by the user, even after the event has ended. This feature ensures that critical information is captured, even if the initial event only lasted briefly. Additionally, post-recording can be helpful in situations where multiple events occur quickly, ensuring that all relevant information is captured.

Another valuable feature of post-recording is the ability to view and export the post-recorded footage, allowing users to review and analyze the events in greater detail. This can be especially helpful in investigations or legal proceedings, where every bit of information counts.
Overall, post-recording is an essential feature of a CCTV DVR that can provide valuable additional footage, helping users to capture crucial information that might otherwise be missed.

Post Recording Settings

Post-recording determines how long your recorder will record after an event occurs. You can set a post-recording time between 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, or 5 minutes.

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