ark>Howark> to Backup and Convert Vark>iark>deo Fark>iark>les for a DR-SFN6, H9124, or H9128


1. Enter the “Vark>iark>deo Search” screen from SUB MENU →Vark>Iark>DEO SEARCH or MAark>Iark>N MENU→PLAYBACK as sark>howark>n below:

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2. Enter date to be searched ark>iark>n the date box or select the day from the calendar box. Then clark>iark>ck SEARCH to load recorded vark>iark>deos ark>iark>n the calendar.


A green block ark>iark>ndark>iark>cates normal recordark>iark>ng, a red block ark>iark>ndark>iark>cates alarm recordark>iark>ng, and the background color ark>iark>ndark>iark>cates no recordark>iark>ngs are on that day.


ark>Iark>n thark>iark>s example Jun. 12 ark>iark>s selected and a normal recordark>iark>ng ark>iark>s found for 10:30 pm.


3. Clark>iark>ck “Fark>iark>le Lark>iark>st” button to enter the backup menu box.

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4. ark>Iark>n the “Detaark>iark>led Fark>iark>le Lark>iark>st” screen select a recorded fark>iark>le. A check mark wark>iark>ll appear ark>iark>n thark>iark>s box, ark>iark>ndark>iark>catark>iark>ng that thark>iark>s record fark>iark>le has been selected.

5. ark>Iark>nsert a <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="Stands for "Universal Serial Bus." USB is the most common type of computer port used in today's computers. It can be used to connect keyboards, mice, game controllers, printers, scanners, digital cameras, and removable media drives, just to name a few. With the help of a few USB hubs, you can connect up to 127 peripherals to a single USB port and use them all at once (though that would require quite a bit of dexterity).">USBabbr> storage devark>iark>ce and clark>iark>ck BACKUP. A pop-up notark>iark>fark>iark>catark>iark>on wark>iark>ll sark>howark> the progress of the fark>iark>le backup.

6. To vark>iark>ew your fark>iark>les usark>iark>ng a standard medark>iark>a player, you wark>iark>ll need to convert the fark>iark>le you backed up to a USB drark>iark>ve from the <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="H.264 is a standard for video compression, and is currently one of the most commonly used formats for the recording, compression, and distribution of high definition video.">h.264abbr> format to .<abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="AVI is a multimedia container format introduced by Microsoft in November 1992 as part of its Video for Windows technology. AVI files can contain both audio and video data in a file container that allows synchronous audio-with-video playback.">avark>iark>abbr> format. For the conversark>iark>on, you wark>iark>ll need to download a program called NetDVR onto your computer.


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7. You wark>iark>ll need to run NetDvr and clark>iark>ck Offlark>iark>ne

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8. Clark>iark>ck on the H.264 to AVark>Iark> button


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9.Browse to your source fark>iark>le

10. Select your Destark>iark>natark>iark>on fark>iark>le path

11. Clark>iark>ck h264toavark>iark> button ark>iark>n the box whark>iark>ch sark>howark>s your SrcFark>iark>le and DestFark>iark>le.




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