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Need a PVR for CCTV.

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Ok so here's the deal. We have two services at our church but only one pastor. So we have the sermon live streamed to the other end of the building where the contemporary service is. The problem with this is we have to time our service perfectly to tune in to the Sermon on time. It is streamed over ethernet and hooked up to a switch that outputs standard def RCA. We need to be able to record the sermon and start it 5 minutes late if need be. A PVR/DVR that can interface with a PC would be preferred so the menus can be navigated behind the scenes. Can anyone suggest a device with this capability?
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Well, I found these which might work;
http://www.markertek.com/Video-Equipment/Digital-Video-Recorders/Gefen-Inc/GTV-HD-PVR.xhtml
http://www.markertek.com/Video-Equipment/Multimedia-Flash-Drive-Players/Unique-Product-Solutions/UPS-HD5W.xhtml

But you would probably need to use a DA & switcher to create a seamless look.

One other option would be using CCTV DVR software, and configuring a second monitor to be your "spot" monitor output.

For my CCTV systems I like Geo Vision, it's not the cheapest or easiest thing to learn but it does have TONS of features including multi-display support;
http://www.apexcctv.com/c-316-gv-600b-security-dvr.aspx
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