After substantial testing CVMS have introduced the new DigiFort Release to the Cloud. Do not worry if you are an existing client as your DigiFort Client Software will automatically update the next time you log in - just follow the links. We have picked out the best bits of the new release for you:
2.1.4 MP4 compatible with Whatsapp
The .MP4 export format is now WhatsApp compatible and can be sent directly through the WhatsApp web interface as well as through the DigiFort Mobile Application.
2.1.8 Timeline zoom with mouse
The video player now allows you to use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out on the timeline.
2.1.9 Stop PTZ Patrol
The system now has a new option that allows the Surveillance Client operator to permanently stop a PTZ Patrol. If patrol is stopped, the system will not automatically reactivate it because automatic reactivation will only work if patrol is paused.
This option can be used as an emergency mode where the operator must stop the patrol operation of a camera and keep it fixed in a position for a long time.
2.1.10 Customized Home position
The system now allows customization of the Home position of PTZ cameras. Many cameras do not have / support home position, so for cameras that do not support this option the administrator can now configure a camera preset as home.
2.1.13 ONVIF Profile G
Added compatibility with ONVIF Profile G that defines a standard protocol for Edge Recording. With this compatibility it is now possible to use the Edge Recording system with the cameras using the ONVIF driver. For more on Edge Recording please keep an eye on our Blog
2.1.24 Playback of multiple events in the alarm window
The Surveillance Client alarm window will now store the time of all repeated alarms that occurred while the window was open, allowing the user to choose a specific time to perform fast video playback.
2.1.25 Surveillance Client script now runs on open instance
When running the Surveillance Client script file, the system will now use the client's already running instance and will no longer open a new instance. This file is usually sent by the server at the occurrence of some event and allows quick playback of this event.
2.1.27 Camera selection with active Visual Joystick
The system now allows you to switch the camera selection on the Surveillance Client while the currently selected camera's Visual Joystick is active. Previously it was necessary to deactivate the Visual Joystick in order to select another object on screen.
Fixed an issue that prevented video playback from Explorer servers through the Enterprise Edition
Fixed a problem that could crash the surveillance client when using the video buffer for live cameras