Ensura releases VMSCORE™ Version 21.9.0 with powerful and useful enhancements
Dutch security vendor Ensura has announced the release of version 21.9.0 of VMSCORE™ and VMSCORE+™. VMSCORE is the core of the video management system and manages the video storage, streaming and more. VMSCORE can be installed at the camera site or on a remote location. The camera’s need to be able tonnect with VMSCORE and stream their footage. The smallest application possible will consist at least of one VMSCORE installation.
VMSCORE+ is a management service that mainly takes care of:
- Fusion of one or more cores
- Enhanced access control like permission groups, Active directory integration
- Management of the whole system (including all cores)
- Notifications (like camera status)
VMSCORE+ from this new version supports maps.
- Administrators can upload and associate a map with a Camera Group, then position and orient those cameras from that Group on the map.
- Maps associated with Camera Groups are shown in the Camera Bag and can be dragged onto the Stage.
New features for VMSCORE are:
- VMSCORE will now request a new keyframe from compatible ONVIF cameras whenever a user connects to a WebRTC or Low Bandwidth Mode live stream, often allowing video to start more quickly.
- When downloading multi-part exported video as a zip file or dewarp player package, the included video files now have meaningful file names that include camera name and date/time.
- Improve reporting on the “Retention Policy” page to provide more meaningful information, especially for cameras set to record only during motion.
- VMSCORE’s quirks system for handling unusual behavior in certain cameras’ ONVIF implementations can now be updated by recovering the camera.
- Automatically remove empty video archive directories in the background.