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How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby Marek » 23.09.16, 08:30

Hello
I have case from DVR Recorder monitoring...

Case is 50% success but i need to veryfying the data...

I need something that open me .dvr files

Any suggest?


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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby CS DATA RECOVERY » 24.09.16, 11:32

Hi Marek,

in my knowledge need for codec file for playing that video that codec file when u connect that dvr to computer its downloaded from Dvr.

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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby Blizzard » 24.09.16, 17:09

I don't think .dvr is a standard. DVR manufacturers could have proprietary formats/codecs and just append .dvr to the file name. Can you get the DVR manufacturer name and model number?

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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 26.09.16, 15:25

CS DATA RECOVERY wrote:Source of the post Hi Marek,

in my knowledge need for codec file for playing that video that codec file when u connect that dvr to computer its downloaded from Dvr.

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Wrong ,
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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby Marek » 28.09.16, 14:32

Client dont know DVR model... Only know that is from 2007 year...
System file is Ext2


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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby waleed » 03.10.16, 18:06

you can try siraview


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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby protech » 17.11.16, 13:44

In most cases you can use VLC player. Go to Tools then Preferences then in Advance Preferences go to Input/ Codecs then in Demuxers set H264 Video Demuxer. Save it and try to open your file. Hope it works 8)


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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby lka124 » 17.11.16, 14:08

You can try DVR Examiner (http://dvrexaminer.com), after registration you have a 30 day trial.

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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby DataMedics » 20.11.16, 14:29

lka124 wrote:Source of the post You can try DVR Examiner (http://dvrexaminer.com), after registration you have a 30 day trial.


Unfortunately, that trial only lets you view and extract the very oldest clip of video recorded by each camera. It's only useful to see if the ridiculously overpriced software might work in your case. Why they limit it to 30 days when it's already 99.9% handicapped is a true mystery.


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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby lka124 » 21.11.16, 08:26

our modell was not suported, so we did not buy the software


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Re: How open .dvr files from DVR Recorder?

Postby Marek » 21.11.16, 09:32

Ok. The case is Finish Positiv :-) Client is happy but the files is open by DVR Player software... And recoverable data must mi adaptive to index files... because the recorded movies is a 16 cameras per one file... And many many files insexed in DVR Player can be opening as 16 camersa windows per one camer = one window... And then the files are is good to watching...

This is VERY DIFFICULT Case Many Many Time to work witch this case


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