Digital Ally’s new MDC-750 control software provides full management of the DVM-750 in-car video system via touch screen or keyboard interface.
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In-Car Video Software
Digital Ally’s new MDC-750 control software provides full management of the DVM-750 in-car video system via touch screen or keyboard interface. Control options include user and password entry, recording, audio controls, camera selection, zooming, event marking, playback, metadata display, menu access and more. If the mobile data terminal running the application fails or the cable to the DVM-750 is unplugged, the video system’s buttons will become active to allow normal operation. The software also allows users to monitor live or play back recorded camera video.