CEDAR Trinity 4 - major updates
NEW: Remote recorders
Recorders can be set up for remote surveillance using remote assets.
NEW: Improved disk usage and Recorder/Satellite communications
We have increased the maximum number of channels that can be recorded simutaneously on a given disk drive and reduced disk fragmentation. Communication between Recorders and Satellites is also more efficient than before and network communication between CEDAR Trinity systems is now encrypted using AES256 with an encryption key that is unique to each connection session.
NEW: Support for WireOnAir as well as Panoptech and Vortex devices
Operators can now open and extract the time stamp from WireOnAir files, open Panoptech projects correctly placing the audio files from a DVD on the time line, and extract a time stamp from files recorded using a Vortex device.
NEW: Other Recorder enhancements
We have added a command line interface for the Recorder. The duration of retained audio can now be set. Furthermore, the audio data transmitted from a Recorder to a Satellite can be compressed to aid use over low-bandwidth networks.
See the full list of upgrades in the CEDAR Trinity update log versions 1 - 4