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Topic # 223167 16-Sep-2017 11:19
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Have a small PT IP camera that would like to feed into an analog DVR (until I update the steam technology!)
Any suggestions how to?

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  Reply # 1867302 16-Sep-2017 14:38
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None that won't cost you probably 10x more than the cost of buying an IP NVR.



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  Reply # 1867347 16-Sep-2017 15:15
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You can get a dirt cheap NVR, then feed that into a HDMI to composite converter and that into the analog DVR,


Or just use the chean NVR as an NVR and possibly have it connect to the analog DVR's feeds to show those on the TV as well, and then retire the analog one when all its cameras are upgraded.



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  Reply # 1867409 16-Sep-2017 22:22
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