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The Video Management Software (VMS) company Wavestore has introduced an updated version of its VMS, that includes new features.
Version 5.52 comes with Active Directory support, which means users can now be set up to be a member of a Wavestore group within the Active Directory, and the software will then use the permissions of that group when a user logs in. With end-users increasingly demanding what the firm calls seamless integrated solutions, the Active Directory support will further help simplify management of video with third party systems such as access control, as well as the wider IT infrastructure, the developers say.
So that security personnel have the best available images to detect or investigate criminal activity, version 5.52 has a ‘boost pre-record’ feature which can be configured to record pre-alarm or event images at a higher frame rate.
Julian Inman, Product Manager at Wavestore, said: “Version 5.52 is intended to make it even easier for users to unlock the full potential of a video surveillance system,” said “It includes a wide range of features to ensure that our VMS is even more user-friendly, such as various improved metadata search options and the ability to simultaneous search multiple channels. There is also improved audio and joystick support, as well as added server group functionality.”