Q. What is ClickView 24-7?
ClickView 24-7 is a recording device that maintains a constant rolling archive of recorded digital television and is able to record eight channels of free-to-air digital television simultaneously, storing 14 days of recordings for each channel.
Q. How does ClickView 24-7 integrate with my existing ClickView solution?
To access the ClickView 24-7 recordings and extract recorded video from your ClickView 24-7 to your ClickView Library Server, you will need to use your ClickView Library Manager system through the ClickView 24-7 Manager (in the Tools menu).
Q. How do I record television with ClickView 24-7?
Once the aerials are connected and your network administrator/IT manager has installed the ClickView 24-7, you can begin recording. On the ClickView 24-7 device you can run the ClickView 24-7 Configuration utility and Select the Digital Free to air channel you wish to record and the start & stop time of this daily recording setup to 11pm).
Q. Do I need to delete content on the ClickView 24-7 once the drives are full?
No, this is not necessary. The ClickView 24-7 recording service automatically deletes the oldest content on the drive. This is performed as part of the background tasks that the appliance takes care of.
Q. How do I get ClickView 24-7 recordings onto the ClickView Library Server?
Using the ClickView 24-7 Manager, you can browse the recorded digital television shows stored on ClickView 24-7, remove ads, create chapters and attach metadata. The ClickView 24-7 Manager can be found within your ClickView Library Manager application under the 'Tools' section.
Q. Why does the amount of storage space I need vary between HD channels?
HD channels are not all broadcast at the same resolution. The Australian Government has stated that HD can be broadcast at a number of different resolutions, beginning with 576p, stepping up to 720p and finally 1080i. The higher the resolution, the more storage space it will require to record. This is why HD channels require significantly more storage space than SD channels.