uVMS is a web-based Video Management System allowing creating live video streaming
portals, where operators can create and record audio-video feeds and users can view live and recorded feeds.
Near real-time video over IP is broadcasted to Flash player, and/or Unreal Streaming Media Player.
All live and recorded streams can be assigned different access levels such that only certain users can view them.
uVMS allows searching archive of recordings, connecting user's cameras, creating shared and individual camera groups.
All the functionality is acheived via simple and intuitive web interface, supporting all major browsers on any OS.
uVMS was designed with many different operating scenarios in mind, such as hospital operating rooms where different operators
share same cameras; managed web-based video monitoring/recording services where each operator manages his own video assets and
creates his own users; sport events/club/childcare/church live video streaming services where public audience may be allowed
to view live video without logging in to the system.
Therefore, uVMS can be configured to fit different operation modes and prohibit/allow different features.
uVMS is not a service with monthly payments! This is one-time-pay software that you install on your servers and have a full control over!
uVMS relies on Unreal Media and Archival servers for streaming and recording functionality; it is ASP.NET 2.0
web application running under IIS Web Server. uVMS also requires Micorsoft SQL Server (free or commercial) as a database for
users, cameras, and recordings.Administrator, managing operators, users, system settings and configuration.
Operators, managing cameras and recordings.
Registered Users that are able to connect their cameras to uVMS and view protected streams, unavailable for public users.
Public Users - anyone who visits the portal and doesn't have an account; public users can view live and recorded feeds that
are assigned "public" visibility level.
uVMS allows the following user types:
Administrator can create shared camera groups; cameras in these groups are visible to all operators; any operator
can manage and record such cameras. Administrator can also create system-wide registered users; these users will be able
to view cameras of any operator that are assigned "registered viewers" visibility level.
All camera groups and users created by an Operator, belong to this Operator exclusively. A user created by Operator,
can only view cameras of that Operator.
Searching video archive can be prohibited for public users; maximum number of concurrent recordings can be set;
many other configuration options are available. uVMS comes with built-in support for English, Spanish and Russian
languages; other languages can be easily added via language file that comes with the software.
uVMS is a truly Unicode system.
Download free version of uVMS and give it a try!
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