What now? You have a CCTV with all its accessories installed in your home and office. You have video footage on your hands, which you will have no space for when these pile up. And pile up they will in due time!Issue of Concern In a world where every Tom, Dick and Harry has some sort of video-capable device, from cellphones to camcorders to security cameras with CCTV, the storage of video footage is of great concern. Concerns usually revolve on:Physical storage of the tapes and discs Memory space Video segregation – what to keep, what to throw Statutory limitations When you come to think of it, most CCTV footage. Watch video in link below
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will not be of great concern to you and to your family and for your office particularly when the video grab is of the mundane variety. Then again, you have been in enough situations where things are there when you see no need for them, you throw them away, and then a few days later, you find great use for them. If only you haven’t disposed of them is a constant refrain.CCTV videos are retained for an indefinite period of time for the purpose of recovering any and all evidence related to criminal activity. Often, the investigating authorities will keep said videos, peruse them for additional and complementary evidence, and present them in the court of law, where admissible as such. In fact, many criminals have been captured and prosecuted based on video evidence from security cameras.