As it requires no installation the Easy-Peasy CCTV Player could even be carried on a USB drive making it an easy way to give CCTV evidence to the Police.
This option will play any video evidence backed up from a alienDVR.
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 7 or later|
|RAM||32Bit Windows: 4GB / 64Bit Windows: 8GB|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 768 minimum|
|Hard Disk||Requires approximately 2Mb|
|Support Period||3 Months ticket based support*|
*Downloads within the support period are available via your personalised Control Panel.
No Easy-Peasy is a standalone module for playing back recordings. The Client software is a great way of retrieving the footage in the first place though.
No you don’t. Easy-Peasy is a standalone module, simply drop it into the same folder as your recorded footage, click on the icon and it will play the files in that folder. This makes it easy to put the player onto a USB drive with your video evidence files knowing that you (or the Police) can then play them back on any PC.
Because different manufacturers output different file types and use different codecs, a simple task such as playing back CCTV footage can be a nightmare when it should be so simple. Often if you haven’t got the client software you can be stumped which is no use to the Police if they are trying to use CCTV as evidence.
We’ve taken the guesswork out of it by producing the Easy-Peasy widget in versions to make it work with all the leading DVR manufacturers. We even do a 4channel version of them all too!
Easy-Peasy Player for alienDVRs - 1CH (SOFT1515) and 4CH (SOFT1517)
Easy-Peasy Player for Dahua - 1CH (SOFT1617) and 4CH (SOFT1618)
Easy-Peasy Player for HikVision - 1CH (SOFT1615) and 4CH (SOFT1616)
Easy-Peasy Player for ZIP - 1CH (SOFT1315) and 4CH (SOFT1317)
Yes, when designing the Easy-Peasy player we knew how important it was to see all channels at the same time when reviewing a sequence of events. The Easy Peasy player automatically synchronises the time of all video files you are viewing so you get to see what happened in each clip at the exact same time in a quad screen view. So when you are viewing footage from 10:37:42am on Ch1, the other 3 channels will also show what happened at 10:37:42am.