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    New to this im running a windows 7 64bit system, amd 3 ghz, 4gb ram, 1gb video card. Have 20 ipcameras and they all need to run and video any where in the school, but i cant find software that will run on this system. what i would like is a system that i can go to without the system running at 100% on cpu and have some control over, and not crash out and reset cameras. help!!

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    We found BlueIris best for that purpose, which we run on server 2008R2 which will be no different to W7x64,

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    thanks i give that a try, is it free or paid only?

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    We use Exacqvision here running on four servers with about 50 camera a piece. It barely touches the CPU since there is no transcoding going on with the camera streams; the cameras send in MPEG or H264 and that is directly written to the disk.

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    It's paid, but it's not much at all. The free stuff is generally all either crap especially for CPU usage (iSpy) or not exactly plug and play (zoneminder)
    We got a little excited yesterday to find our Synology NAS had a built in CCTV app thingy which was absolutely awesome. Very dissapointed to find it only had a license for one camera and extra licenses cost more than the NAS did.

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