ark>Howark> to Backup Vark>iark>deo and Convert to AVark>Iark> usark>iark>ng the Old H9104V, Old H9108V, or H9116UVDH

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1.Fark>iark>rst thark>iark>ng that you wark>iark>ll need ark>iark>s a an style="font-style: italic;"><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> <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="A small data storage device that uses flash memory and has a built-in USB connection. They can be used on any computer with a USB port, which nearly all modern computers have.">flash drark>iark>veabbr>an> to backup your fark>iark>les from the DVR.


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2. ark>Iark>nsert the an style="font-style: italic;">usb flash drark>iark>ve an>ark>iark>nto the usb port on the front panel or on the USB ports on the back of your DVR.

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3. Next wark>iark>th your mouse connected to your DVR access the maark>iark>n menu of your DVR. Your maark>iark>n menu should look lark>iark>ke the ark>iark>mage below ark>iark>f the <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="A SKU is a number or string of alpha and numeric characters that uniquely identify a product. Zmodo products have a white label on the bottom with an SKU number.">skuabbr># of your DVR has the DVR-H9104V, DVR-H9108V, or the DVR-H9116uvdh ark>iark>f you are vark>iark>ewark>iark>ng your system on a computer monark>iark>tor or televark>iark>sark>iark>on. Select the Search Sub-Menu from your optark>iark>ons on the maark>iark>n menu.

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4. ark>Iark>n search, select the an style="font-style: italic;">Backupan> Tab on 9104v,9108v. Select the an style="font-style: italic;">Event Searchan> Tab on the 9116uvdh

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5. Enter the desark>iark>red an style="font-style: italic;">datean> and an style="font-style: italic;">tark>iark>mean> or an style="font-style: italic;">tark>iark>me rangean> that you would lark>iark>ke to backup to your an style="font-style: italic;">usb flash drark>iark>vean> and select the search button on the bottom of your menu.

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Take note of a few thark>iark>ngs at thark>iark>s poark>iark>nt

a. The start and end tark>iark>me of the recordark>iark>ngs. Thark>iark>s ark>iark>s the tark>iark>me of the day that the recordark>iark>ng occurs. ark>Iark>f you have already done a playback and know what tark>iark>me you want go ahead and backup your fark>iark>le. ark>Iark>f you fark>iark>le ark>iark>sn’t on the fark>iark>rst page of fark>iark>les select the arrows to go forward, or backward to fark>iark>nd your partark>iark>cular fark>iark>le.

b. The channel settark>iark>ng. Thark>iark>s allows you to select fark>iark>les to backup from multark>iark>ple channels on your DVR or from a specark>iark>fark>iark>c channel of your DVR.

c. the an style="font-style: italic;">BAK an>optark>iark>on should have a box where you ark>canark> place a checkmark for your selected fark>iark>les that you would lark>iark>ke to backup. Once you have selected your fark>iark>les select an style="font-style: italic;">Backupan> on the bottom of your screen. Your fark>iark>les should now be backark>iark>ng up one by one to your an style="font-style: italic;">flash drark>iark>vean> or an style="font-style: italic;">external hard drark>iark>vean>.


6.Wark>iark>th your fark>iark>les saved on your flash drark>iark>ve you ark>canark> ark>iark>nsert the flash drark>iark>ve ark>iark>nto your computer and download the software dark>iark>sc for your DVR. You may download that dark>iark>sc <a href="">HEREa>.an style="font-style: italic;">


7.Save or Open the fark>iark>le download and ark>iark>nstall to the desark>iark>red locatark>iark>on on your computer but you want to make sure that you select AVark>Iark> Generator Once you open the program you should have thark>iark>s fark>iark>le converter layout below.

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8.Select Open to access your H.264 fark>iark>le and then select "Save As” to save your fark>iark>le as a .AVark>Iark> fark>iark>le.

Then select the Start button to complete the conversark>iark>on.


9.Once the conversark>iark>on ark>iark>s complete you wark>iark>ll have an AVark>Iark> fark>iark>le that you ark>canark> play eark>iark>ther ark>iark>n Wark>iark>ndows Medark>iark>a Player or VLC Medark>iark>a Player. We recommend that VLC Medark>iark>a Player ark>iark>s used. You ark>canark> obtaark>iark>n a free download of VLC Medark>iark>a Player usark>iark>ng the lark>iark>nk below.

<a href="">www.nark>iark>nark>iark>te.coma> On that websark>iark>te you would scroll down about 1/3 of the page down and fark>iark>nd VLC Medark>iark>a Player.

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10.Once thark>iark>s fark>iark>le ark>iark>s downloaded and ark>iark>nstalled on your computer you should be able to play your .AVark>Iark> fark>iark>le(s).

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2014-06-10 12:39
Alex Crewell
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