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📌 A .DAV data definition refers to the video file generated by a Dahua Technology or DVR365 digital video recorder, attached and configured to be properly used in connection with the surveillance system of a closed-circuit television (CCTV) set. Precisely, the .DAV object instance includes particular video stored in a compressed format, encrypted on the technical layer by hardware device formerly. In practice, the typical users are able to play back the .DAV sources with the CCTV infrastructure, which initially made them up and is able to open them in the transparent in versatile method, as well with some specific media players of former generations. It should be distinctively noted that .DAV file instances are usually opened up and processed in the encrypted shape to prevent their unauthorized reviewing and visual projection from the users side.
📌 The .DAV video file records can be smoothly opened up and viewed with native Dahua Smart Player tool, originally designed to maintain compliance with the technology from the hardware point. Besides, the .DAV extension is generally supported by VidCoder transcoder and DVD/Blu-Ray ripping suite, where you can easily preview the source .DAV entry contents and burn the desired video composition and make up on the optical disk. The owners of legacy Windows editions can employ discontinued DVR365 Player Software distributive, available for free download from the unofficial web-sources and networking portals.