Genius Vision Reviews, Pricing, and FAQs

Learn about Genius Vision's IP Video Management Software for small businesses. Includes info on Genius Vision, free trials, pricing, customer reviews and FAQs

Updated on November 26th, 2019

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Genius Vision is IP Video Management Software for small businesses. Features include visual tamper detection, full remote control, mobile apps, software motion detection, and multiple monitor displays. Businesses use Genius Vision to protect their premises, employees and assets.


Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

NVR Lite Edition Standard License


Commercial Edition Professional License

$80.00 per camera

Commercial Edition Intelligent License

$110.00 per camera

Commercial Edition Panorama License

$150.00 per camera

Genius Vision Reviews

Pros: Great resolution. Works with an array of cameras.

Cons: No direct troubleshooting assistance. Refunds available through PayPal only.

Bottomline: Genius Vision offers a wide range of products and solutions, which fit most budgets but require experience with similar installations. Their free community editions are highly recommended.

Key Information:


Cherng-Yann Ing




Taipei City, Taiwan

Number of Employees


Number of Customers

3,000,000 installations


Cherng-Yann Ing


3F., No.66, Fuxing N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 104, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Phone Number

+886 2 2752 7612



What is Genius Vision's price range?

Genius Vision's commercial-use plans range from $50.00 to $130.00 per month. Prices also depend on the number of cameras to be connected.

Is there a Genius Vision free trial?

Genius Vision's Community Edition is free but is for non-commercial use only.

What are some Genius Vision alternatives?

Customer Reviews:


Reviewed: May 08, 2017

Source: networkcameratech

Sad to say but Genius Vision is no longer the VMS solution for me.


Reviewed: Oct 22, 2013


I absolutely love Genius Vision. I'm using the community edition. It does everything you need it to. It even has an iPad app that works great.


Reviewed: May 10, 2012


Difficult to set up and use, but seems to work well.

Linwood Ferguson

Reviewed: Oct 07, 2007


Showed some real promise at first. The features are excellent, especially motion detection.The bad thing is it is flaky — it just would not work properly, at least not for long. It crashed several times, often it failed to work properly at all.