A Network Video Recorder (NVR) is to the IP camera what a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is to the analog camera. Though it typically involves a dedicated storage device, the actual NVR is software-based, and unlike DVRs, the actual video capture is encoded and processed at the camera, then streamed to the device for storage. NVRs allow for remote viewing and can be set up to notify the user of "events" such as motion or tampering. For more information on NVRs, read our article on IP cameras.
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