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    DVR application

    Hi.
    Is there any CCTV/DVR software created on Linux platform.
    Anybody knows about it?
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    Sure, just type in those words into the sourceforge.net search engine and be enlightened.
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    So It possible to create DVR software on Linux platform..

    Anybody out there knows how to create it ? u are wellcome for discuss on that project.
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    Why would you want to create one when there are ones that are open source, provide support, and are fully functional?
    If I would choose any of them, it would be MythTV. Personally, I haven't tried it, but it seems to be the main package that linux users like.

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    We want to combine DVR and NVR combine together, at the same time we want more IP camera
    can attached work under one application.

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    I'd say all the bits are out there for you to bring together to do what you want.

    But the sub-text of your question makes it look like you're looking for someone to do the heavy lifting.
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    Before this, i just guest c-language can built this kind off application..


    I am not C programmer or perl programmer (LINUX) , I have that project and we need to pay someone to built the application for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_ilham View Post
    Before this, i just guest c-language can built this kind off application..


    I am not C programmer or perl programmer (LINUX) , I have that project and we need to pay someone to built the application for us.
    Are you building a SYSTEM consisting of both hardware and software, or just combining software to put on a CD to distribute (sell or give away) to others?

    In either case, I'd say you probably need to have a better idea of what exactly you want, and how you go about getting there, than can be described in a post on this forum.

    You are asking for a consultant with experience in developing DVR/NVR solutions on top of Linux. This work can be done, but to make this sort of thing to work, you need someone who isn't just capable of bashing out a few hundred or thousands of lines of C/C++ code, but also understand how these technologies are architected and made into a working system. The number of people with this qualification is probably fairly limited, and most of those already work for an established company in the DVR/NVR industry.

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    We have our own IP Camera, at first stage the NVR software should work with our camera then we move the next stage to diffrent brand.

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    > I have that project and we need to pay someone to built the application for us.
    No problem there - moved to the projects board.

    You might also try say http://www.rentacoder.com where people looking for work (in exchange for $$$) hang out.
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