No. The format is not supported by Windows. The max size is D1 (Pal 720*576 NTSC 640*480)
======= At 2009-10-09, 15:13:32 you wrote: =======
>Is it also possible to put the video format to 1280×1024?
>Thank you for your reply!
Hello Cat Detheridge,
Thanks for your information. I have not seen this kind of error before. I searched a lot from Internet, it seems the issue is from Driver of your USB HUB.
This resolution may be help below:
Also, we will try to find more usb hubs to test. If any good news, or anything I can help, please let me know. Thanks for your great support.
======== At 2009-08-05, 20:37:59 you wrote: ========
Just downloaded the trial version of video monitor.
We have 4 cameras with a USB composite 1-4 input.
Running on a 2000 windows server.
Currently we can only get it to show/record one camera. When we try the others it comes up with “one or more arguments are invalid ($80070057).
How do we get the other cameras to show/record?
Right click the camera window and select Settings. And you can find SAVE TO FILES tab, setup your video settings there.
Thanks! Anything I can help, please let me know!
======== At 2009-07-21, 00:47:15 you wrote: ========
How do you record video? I see the snapshot settings but can’t find a record
video setting. Am I missing something?