Xeoma NVR



  • Incase anyone is looking fo a good local NVR software that works with ONVIF IP Cameras and can do facial recognition I found one that is pretty good: https://felenasoft.com/xeoma/en/ It works on Linux or Windows and MacOS for both the server and client. It has has good facial recognition for the price I was looking at Luxriot Evo S but it was going to cost me around $3,000 to do the same thing. would be good for Small business use as well, I'm using it at home.



  • Which functionality did you choose? Lite, Standard or Pro?



  • @black3dynamite said in Xeoma NVR:

    Which functionality did you choose? Lite, Standard or Pro?

    I did the Pro



  • @thecreaitvone91 said in Xeoma NVR:

    @black3dynamite said in Xeoma NVR:

    Which functionality did you choose? Lite, Standard or Pro?

    I did the Pro

    Keep us posted about your experience with it.



  • The issue i have with these guys is they are a Russian outfit and they pay reviewers with free camera licenses for good reviews posted online.

    I just don’t care for that business practice.



  • @biggen said in Xeoma NVR:

    The issue i have with these guys is they are a Russian outfit and they pay reviewers with free camera licenses for good reviews posted online.

    I just don’t care for that business practice.

    I haven't seen where they are paying reviewers. But, veeam software was a Russian company until recently as well, and the change to US was mostly a symbolic thing on paper to allow the US government to use Veaam Backup & Recovery.

    Edit: If this is what you are referring to almost every company out there will give free copies of software to bloggers and yotubuers they feel have a big enough of an audience. https://felenasoft.com/xeoma/en/specialoffer/bloggers/



  • I get it. But most don't companies that give free software for reviews usually target well known review sites/bloggers in private. They don't simply have a web page for all to see that is dedicated so that any Tom, Dick, and Harry that can open up a Wordpress account, post a 250 word review, and get free stuff.

    It’s just led to some shady practices in the past where they were asking people to spam forums with reviews if you didn't have a blog to post the review to.

    I actually purchased a 2 camera license from them but decided to move onto Blue Iris that seems to have better documentation and development. I was also a bit concerned on what information from the Xeoma server instance "phones home" to the Kremlin while its running. Its bad enough we have to use Dahua and Hikvision cameras that are Chinese made and ripe with security issues most of the time.



  • @biggen said in Xeoma NVR:

    I get it. But most don't companies that give free software for reviews usually target well known review sites/bloggers in private. They don't simply have a web page for all to see that is dedicated so that any Tom, Dick, and Harry that can open up a Wordpress account, post a 250 word review, and get free stuff.

    It’s just led to some shady practices in the past where they were asking people to spam forums with reviews if you didn't have a blog to post the review to.

    I actually purchased a 2 camera license from them but decided to move onto Blue Iris that seems to have better documentation and development. I was also a bit concerned on what information from the Xeoma server instance "phones home" to the Kremlin while its running. Its bad enough we have to use Dahua and Hikvision cameras that are Chinese made and ripe with security issues most of the time.

    I use Unifi cameras. Pretty good and an easy NVR.


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