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The local user interface shall allow a bitmap of a frame of video to be saved, on demand. The size of bitmap files shall be proportionate to the resolution of the video. Producing bitmaps must be available while monitoring either live video, recorded video, or while reviewing a video clip. The user shall have the ability to view bitmaps produced by the unified DVR, using the local user interface, and to copy the bitmaps to recordable DVD media or CD media, or to common USB storage devices.

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The Unified Access Digital Video Recorder (UADVR) shall be integrated to Point Of Sales Terminals with the unmatched excellent Text Searchable Video Surveillance Technology.

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recorded events or not, and the ability to store the clip on an unified DVR drive, without fear of loss or of overwriting the clip without a warning. The local user interface shall provide users with the ability to copy the clip to either a recordable DVD/CD media or storage media that can be connected to a USB port, with the 3 options of including an executable file format which provides built-in Player, Codec, and video data, for playing the video on a PC running Microsoft Windows without installing any software or Codec. The local user interface shall give operators the ability to review a clip from the unified DVR’s hard drive, or to view a copy of a clip, either from appropriate media loaded either in the DVD-RW drive, or connected to the USB port on the keyboard connected to the unified DVR.

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    • a.

      For data handling, The Unified Access DVR shall have the capability to monitor, record, retrieve, search, and filter data obtained from connected devices for Point of Sale (POS) such as a cash register or an automatic teller machine (ATM). The messages from these devices shall be treated as events, with the option of logging the occurrence of a message, having the message trigger an alarm, having the message triggering an alarm and being logged, or of having no effect. A search engine for data shall be standard, allowing operators to search and review recorded data and video streams associated with the time at which the data is obtained. An operator shall have the option of designating serial data from POS/ATM to automatically initiate an action (alarm) and/or report (log). A post-event search of a specific recorded data stream qualifier must be available.

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    The local user interface shall include the ability to monitor and/or search streams of POS or ATM generated data, such as from cash registers, ATM machines. The operator shall have the ability to search for specific strings of text, (such as “no sale”) and be able to view video for the time that that string of text was produced.

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