How the program works
The program is designed to work jointly with video surveillance system (NVR) The NVR receiveces image of the screen of the computer( where the program is installed and run) in exactly the same way as it receives image from an IP camera. In that way, PC-CCTV software enables the NVR record not only video from IP cameras, but also the image of the screen of the computer. Moreover, the screens of the computers where the program is run can be displayed on the NVR’s monitor.
Quick start PC-CCTV
Download and run the installation program ( pc-cctv.msi). After starting the installation programm – first window of the “Master of Installation” of PC-CCTV will be opened. Press “Next”, continue installation process answering on all the questions, confirm the License Agreement and etc., wait untill the installation completes.
Run the program by clicking on the PC-CCTV icon in the Windows start menu.
Click right mouse button on the icon in the Windows notification area and select “Settings” in the menu list. If you cannot see icon in the Windows notification area, click the arrow next to the notification area to show notification area icons.
Since the programm is not activated you will see the message “No license!”, for online activation of free trial license press “Continue”.
If you receive the error message: “Error. Port XXX is occupied by another application”, see instructions -on how to change port here.
Add user and enter password in the “Users” tab.
Setting up NVR, Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports ONVIF cameras (supports ONVIF protocol).
If Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports ONVIF cameras (support ONVIF protocol) it’s recommended to select ONVIF camera when you enter data in the “Camera setting” page of the NVR.
Click right mouse button on the icon in the Windows notification area and select “Settings”, open “Access URLs” tab and write down the ONVIF URL which is written on the page, for example “http://192.168.0.98/onvif/device_service” (192.168.0.98 – IP address of the computer).
If your computer has several assigned network addresses, you will see several ONVIF URLs in the “Access URLs” tab. When entering data in the NVR – you need to enter ONVIF URL which belonges to the same network as NVR’s IP address.
If NVR ask for user name and password, – enter user name and password specified earlier in the “Users” tab.
If there is a login error message, see here.
You should be able to record computer’s screen now. If you still having problem – see the program’s built-in help or ask us for help in the Forum.
Also you can use ONVIF device manager for remotely setup of the program.
Setting up NVR, Network Video Recorder (NVR) doesn’t supports ONVIF cameras ( doesn’t supports ONVIF protocol).
In “PC-CCTV Setting” window, click “Access URLs” tab – in the right part of the opened window you will see all the stream’s URLs. Write down “RTP over RTSP over TCP” stream, you need the stream for setting up NVR.
If your computer has several assigned network addresses, you will see several URLs for each stream protocol in the “Access URLs” tab page. When entering data in the NVR – you need to enter stream which belonges to the same network as NVR’s IP address.
Add a new camera in your NVR, set camera type – “Generic Camera” or “RTSP-camera” and input the “RTP over RTSP over TCP” stream (not ONVIF URLs).
If NVR needs user name and password, enter name and password specified earlier in the “Users” tab of PC-CCTV program.
If you have problem setting up the NVR, read the manual of the NVR or see help in the Forum.
If your cannot get the stream (see video) of the computer’s screen in the NVR, enter another URL stream from the section “Camera setting” or ask for help in the Forum.
How to verify the stream.
If you unable to connect to NVR – try to use “Support” tab. Follow the instruction written in the window.