Nx Witness VMS v4.0 – with 18 new key features and dozens of improvements – is stronger and more full-featured than ever before. And it’s available now.
With 18 new key features Nx Witness v4.0 is more powerful than ever.
Administrators can add Operator Names to live, recorded, and exported video as an option to prevent / discover leaked video.
Administrators can now create dual-streaming “cameras” using RTSP / HTTP / UDP to enable adaptive scaling in Nx Witness clients.
Administrators can now require all connections in a System to utilize HTTPS with SSL/TLS encryption.
Administrators can now encrypt video between Servers and Nx Desktop / Mobile / Web clients.
Users have the option to set a minimum Viewing Grid size (initial number of Viewing Grid items) in Layout Settings dialog.
The Notifications Panel has been extended to allow operators to quickly view and search video using Notification, Motion, Bookmarks, Events, and detected Objects.
Administrators can now create Rules in the Rules Engine to open any user-defined Layout as an action for roles or specific users.
Plugins allow seamless integration between Nx Witness VMS and 3rd party Systems, pulling in object data and associated bounding boxes, paths, and metadata tags.
Users with Export rights can now password protect exported videos using .exe or .nov formats in the Multi-Video export tab.
The upgrade process has been optimized to be more dependable and give System Administrators more control over when and how they upgrade System Servers.
Users can create a virtual camera and import offline video from wearable cameras, phones, and other devices to archive which can then be viewed by other System users like a regular IP camera / video stream.
USB Webcams, Laptop Cameras, and even the Raspberry Pi camera module will all now be auto-discovered and can be recorded and streamed.
Improved System scalability, Video Wall updates, Rules Engine updates, and new device support.
* If approaching Maximum recommended System size please consult with Support for scalability planning. The maximums outlined are based on lab testing results and could vary significantly based on the project’s real-world environment.