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  • posted bycantu57 on 06/10/2013

    Hardware is easy to install, and setup. Worked well with existing cameras and mismatched replacements. Can't beat the price for this type of performance. Lack of detailed instructions. Software difficult to understand in certain sections. Best for use with other software than provided. Used to a... Read more

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  • posted byjosepi2 on 08/23/2012

    Here we got a product with a very easy instalation, plug and play. Esy instalation of dfrivers, tis one come with the product. The definition of the card is perfect for a small store or an aparment or suite. The conectors BNC are of good quality and you can find the female conector in any place.... Read more

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  • posted byAriMc on 10/02/2010

    Works perfectly with Linux (Debian 5 in my case). Video quality is OK for the price. The BNC-connectors available in the card are rare and most cameras come with RCA-connectors instead so you'll need either additional adapters or spare BNC connectors and a bit of soldering. Steps to install and a... Read more

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  • posted byKyleS on 03/23/2010

    Works flawlessly under linux, and I'm guessing anything else with a generic BrookTree 878 driver. Video quality is actually quite good. The quality of the video seems directly proportional to the quality of the video you put in: attach cheap cameras, get so-so quality video; good cameras, get The... Read more

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  • posted bymdwyer on 07/28/2009

    This gives you four inputs for a price most would charge for just one. Works well under Linux v4l (bttv card=77). Very picky about resources. You may have to shuffle around PCI cards before you find a slot that doesn't interfere with other devices. It uses professional-style BNC connectors. You a... Read more

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  • posted bythehead on 05/26/2009

    - This card worked perfectly in many builds of Linux -Like other users i used this card with zoneminder and for this price if you are looking for something to do with an old machine, you can turn it into a cctv server - Framerate is shared beetween all 4 inputs. but When i found this card i went... Read more

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  • posted byKegRaider on 02/01/2009

    * 5 Stars!! * Works flawlessly with Linux * Since it works with Linux, install zoneminder and have a decent FREE security system. * Rather simple to setup * I have 3 of these now in my system, and the oldest card is almost 3 years old, and has NOT had one bit of trouble. (24/7 setup) * Framerate... Read more

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