EH1116H-4 Nano
16CH Embedded Hybrid DVR
User’s Manual
Oct. 2011
FCC NOTICE (Class A)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
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Store the batteries in a cool dry place.
Do not dispose of used batteries in domestic waste. Dispose of batteries at special collection points or return to point of sale if
applies.
Remove the batteries during long periods of non-use. Always remove exhausted batteries from the remote control. Battery
leakage and corrosion can damage this remote control, dispose of batteries safely.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction............................................................................................... 1
1.1
Package Content .................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1 Optional Accessories .......................................................................................................... 1
1.2
Front Panel ............................................................................................................................. 2
1.3
Back Panel.............................................................................................................................. 3
1.4
Setting Up the DVR Unit ......................................................................................................... 4
1.4.1 Installing the Hard Disk....................................................................................................... 4
1.4.2 Connecting Devices ........................................................................................................... 6
1.5
Audio, Sensor, Relay and RS485 pinhole allocation ............................................................... 7
1.5.1 Audio Out Pin Definition ..................................................................................................... 7
1.5.2 Sensor Pin Definition .......................................................................................................... 7
1.5.3 Relay Pin Definition ............................................................................................................ 7
1.5.4 RS485 Pin Definition .......................................................................................................... 8
1.6
Familiarizing the Remote Control Buttons............................................................................... 9
Chapter 2 Using the DVR Software ......................................................................... 12
2.1
First Time Using the DVR Unit .............................................................................................. 12
2.1.2 Using the Virtual Keyboard ............................................................................................... 14
2.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in Preview Mode ........................................................................... 15
2.2.1 Setting Up and Using the Emap ....................................................................................... 17
2.2.2 Familiarizing the Buttons in PTZ Camera Controller ........................................................ 18
2.2.2.1
Setup the Analog PTZ Camera................................................................................. 19
2.2.2.2
Setup the IP PTZ Camera ........................................................................................ 20
2.2.3 Using Event Log Viewer ................................................................................................... 21
2.2.3.1 Using POSViewer ........................................................................................................... 22
2.3
Familiarizing the Buttons in Playback Mode ......................................................................... 23
2.3.1 To Cut and Save a Portion of the Recorded Video ........................................................... 25
2.3.2 To Bookmark a Video Section .......................................................................................... 26
2.3.3 Using the Event Search .................................................................................................... 27
Chapter 3 Customizing the DVR System ................................................................ 28
3.1
System Setup ....................................................................................................................... 28
3.2
Camera Setup ....................................................................................................................... 34
3.2.1 To Setup IP Camera ......................................................................................................... 34
3.2.2 To Setup Analog Camera.................................................................................................. 38
3.2.3 To Setup Camera from the Remote DVR ......................................................................... 39
3.3
Recording Setup ................................................................................................................... 40
3.3.1 Setup IP Camera Record Setting ..................................................................................... 40
3.3.2 Setup Analog Camera Record Setting .............................................................................. 41
3.4
Network Setup ...................................................................................................................... 44
CONTENTS
3.5
Schedule Setting ................................................................................................................... 47
3.6
Backup Setup ....................................................................................................................... 48
3.6.1 Using QPlayer to Playback Backup Video ........................................................................ 49
3.6.2 To Cut and Save the Portion of the Recorded Video ........................................................ 52
3.6.3 To Search Using the Visual Search .................................................................................. 52
3.6.4 To Search Using the Event Search ................................................................................... 53
3.6.5 To Search Using the Intelligent Search ............................................................................ 54
3.7
Sensor Setting ...................................................................................................................... 55
3.8
Relay Setting ........................................................................................................................ 56
3.10 Alarm Setting ........................................................................................................................ 57
3.11 User Setup ............................................................................................................................ 63
Chapter 4 Using the UPC to Playback Backup File ............................................... 66
4.1
4.2
Recommended System Requirements ................................................................................. 66
Installing the USB Playback Console .................................................................................... 66
4.3
Familiarizing the Buttons in USB Playback Console ............................................................. 67
4.3.1 To Cut and Save the Portion of the Recorded Video ........................................................ 69
4.3.2 Playback DVR Recorded File from Hard Disk .................................................................. 69
4.3.3 Playback Backup File(*.dvr) ............................................................................................. 70
4.3.4 To Backup Recorded File ................................................................................................. 71
4.3.5 To Search Using the Visual Search....................................................................................... 72
4.3.6 To Search Using the Event Search ................................................................................... 73
4.3.7 To Search Using the Intelligent Search ............................................................................ 74
Chapter 5 iEnhance ................................................................................................. 75
5.1
To Use iStable ....................................................................................................................... 76
Chapter 6 Using the Remote Programs .................................................................. 77
6.1
Familiarizing the Buttons in PCViewer .................................................................................. 79
6.1.1 PCViewer Screen ............................................................................................................. 79
6.1.2 PCViewer Control Panel ................................................................................................... 80
6.1.3 To Setup Remote System Setting ..................................................................................... 82
6.1.3.1 System Setting ........................................................................................................... 82
6.1.3.2 Camera Setting .......................................................................................................... 84
6.1.3.3 Record Setting ........................................................................................................... 88
6.1.3.4 Network Setting .......................................................................................................... 92
6.1.3.5 Alarm Setting.............................................................................................................. 94
6.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in Remote Console ....................................................................... 98
6.2.1 To Setup Remote Console Setting ................................................................................... 99
6.2.2 Familiarizing the Buttons in PTZ Camera Controller ...................................................... 100
6.3
Using the Remote Playback ................................................................................................ 101
6.3.1 Familiarizing the Buttons in Local Playback ................................................................... 102
6.3.1.1 To Cut and Save the Wanted Portion of the Recorded Video ................................... 104
6.3.2 Familiarizing the Buttons in RealTime Playback ............................................................. 105
6.3.3 Familiarizing the Buttons in Download and Playback ..................................................... 107
Chapter 7 Using Mobile Device to Access DVR Server ....................................... 109
7.1
Using PDAViewer to Access DVR Server ........................................................................... 109
7.1.1 To Install PDAViewer thru ActiveSync ............................................................................. 109
7.1.2 To Use the PDAViewer ....................................................................................................110
7.1.3 To Playback in PDAViewer ..............................................................................................112
7.2
Using JavaViewer to Access DVR Server ............................................................................113
7.2.1
7.2.2
To install JavaViewer from the DVR Server .....................................................................113
To Use the JavaViewer ....................................................................................................113
Chapter 8 Using the Web Tools............................................................................. 115
8.1
Remote iSetup .....................................................................................................................115
8.1.1 To Add DVR server ..........................................................................................................115
8.1.2 To Setup Remote System Setting ....................................................................................116
8.2
Remote iBackup ..................................................................................................................117
8.2.1 To back up the recoded data from the DVR server ..........................................................117
Appendix A Registering Domain Name ....................................................................................... 120
Appendix B Network Service Port ............................................................................................... 123
CHAPTER 1
Chapter 1
1.1
Introduction
Package Content
(1) EH1116H-4 Nano unit
(2) Quick Installation Guide
(3) Software CD (User’s Manual is included)
(4) Remote Control(Batteries are included)
(5) Power adaptor
(6) Power cable
* The power cable may vary depending on the standard power outlet of the country where it is sold.
(7) Screws for HDD installation
(8) DVI cable
1.1.1 Optional Accessories
IR extended cable
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1.2
Front Panel
Name
Function
(1) System Power
indicator
System power status indicators. Lights when the system is running.
(2) Record indicator
When DVR system is recording, the light will keep flashing.
(3) IR Sensor
Receive signal from the remote control to operate the DVR unit
(4) IR Sensor port
For extended IR sensor cable(optional)
(5) USB port(mouse)
For USB mouse connection.
For connecting USB device, ex: USB pen drive, external hard disk, mouse…and so on.
(6) USB port
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The USB backup device must be in FAT32 format.
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1.3
Back Panel
Name
Function
(1) Spot Monitor
Outputs the analog video signals to SPOT monitor when receive the alarm events.
(2) TV Output
Outputs the video signals to a TV monitor.
(3) Video Input
Input the video camera signal (Channel1~16).
(4) VGA Output
Outputs the camera video signal to a LCD monitor.
(5) eSATA port
For connecting with eSATA RAID.
(6) LAN Port
Ethernet connection wit10/100Mbps.
(7) Audio Out
Output audio signal to audio output device such as microphone or speaker.
- Audio output: 1 channel
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The audio output device has its own power supply is necessary.
(8) Sensor In
Support up to 4 sensor devices.
(9) Relay Out
Support 1 relay device.
(10) RS485
For PTZ camera connection (also see Chapter 1.5).
(11) Power button
Press it to power on the DVR unit.
(12) 12V DC connector
For connecting the power cord.
(13) RS232 port
For POS device connection.
(14) Anchoring port
For anchoring the DVR to avoid theft.
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1.4
Setting Up the DVR Unit
1.4.1 Installing the Hard Disk
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The external USB hard disk only supports on file backup. Please do not use the external USB hard disk for
recording purpose.
User can install 1 SATA hard disks inside the DVR unit.
Follow the illustrated instructions below to install the hard disk:
1. Loosen all screws(2 sides and rear side)
2. Push the cover backward and lift. The cover is a little bit
tight, please be carefully the hands.
3. Turn the cover over and place the SATA hard disk (face 4. Screw the hard disk(both side)
down) inside the HDD holder.
Place the hard disk face down and
connector interface of hard disk in this
direction.
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5. Hold the cover and connect the power cable and SATA 6. Then, turn the cover over carefully. Hold the cover
cable to the hard disk.
parallel with DVR unit and put the cover back to the DVR
unit and be carefully the hard disk that inside the cover.
7. Finally, Push the cover forward and secure the cover
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1.4.2 Connecting Devices
Pen drive and external hard disk must be FAT32 format.
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- All connected devices have its own power supply is necessary.
- 1.3 MP with H.264/MPEG4/ MJPEG on the first 4 channels and 2.3MP with MJPEG on the 1st
channel for IP cam connection.
- EH1116H-4 Nano supports IP camera in first 4 channels.
The back panel of the DVR unit, user can connect up to 16 cameras in combination of analog and IP camera.
The DVR unit also can connect 4 sensor devices, 1 alarm devices, and output video to a LCD monitor.
Follow the illustration below to make the connection:
For backup recorded video, plugging the pen drive or external hard disk through USB port that are located at
front panel of DVR unit, and then, use the bundled software enables user to transfer, playback and segment the
video. Follow the illustration below to make the connection:
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1.5
Audio, Sensor, Relay and RS485 pinhole allocation
The Sensor and Alarm enable you to connect 4 sensor inputs, 1 relay outputs and PTZ cameras. Just connect
the external sensor, relay, and PTZ camera pin directly to the pinhole. Check the table below and locate which
pinhole is assigned to sensor input and relay output.
1.5.1 Audio Out Pin Definition
Pin#
Definition
OUT
Audio out signal
1.5.2 Sensor Pin Definition
Sensor Pin #
Definition
1
Sensor 1 signal
2
Sensor 2 signal
G
Sensor ground
3
Sensor 3 signal
4
Sensor 4 signal
G
Sensor ground
1.5.3 Relay Pin Definition
Relay Pin #
Definition
C1
Relay Common 1
NO
Relay Normal Open
NC
Relay Normal Close
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1.5.4 RS485 Pin Definition
When connect PTZ camera through RS485 interface, please refer to the following pin definition to connect the
DVR and PTZ.
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Pin #
DVR site
PTZ site
TX+
RS485 TX+ signal
RS485 RX+ signal
TX-
RS485 TX- signal
RS485 RX- signal
RX+
RS485 RX+ signal
RS485 TX+ signal
RX-
RS485 RX- signal
RS485 TX- signal
If user uses the 2 wires for the PTZ camera connection, please connect to the RS-485 TX+ and TX- of
the DVR site.
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1.6
Familiarizing the Remote Control Buttons
Use the Remote control to operate the DVR unit.
Name
Function
(1)
Switch to playback mode
(2)
Start/stop recording video. To
authentication password is required.
(3)
To call out system setup menu.
(4)
To rewind the recorded video.
(5)
stop
recording,
the
To start playback.
To pause playback.
Name
(6)
To playback video at faster speed (1x ~ 32x).
(7)
To select the time and date of playback file.
(8)
Set a playing recorded video from A point to B point segment
and repeat playing on surveillance screen
(9)
To backup recorded video file to USB pen drive.
(10)
To reset alarm status.
(11)
Switch to Emap mode.
(12)
Call out PTZ control panel. Press
PTZ control panel.
again will close the
Function
Press
to enable FN modes (The word “Fn+” will show up in the left bottom
corner on screen). To exit FN modes, press
again.
+
: Switch to single screen display mode
+
: Switch to QUAD display mode
+
: Switch to 9 spilt screen display mode
+
: Switch to one single and 7 + 1 spilt screen display mode
+
: Enable/disable auto scan
(13)
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Name
Function
(13)
+
i
(14)
: Switch to full screen
The
+
,
,
don’t have any functions.
~
To enable auto pan function.
To move the PTZ camera to the preset position. Press
button and the “PS+” will
(15)
show up on screen. And then, press preset position number button (
~
).
To move PTZ camera to left.
To move the mouse cursor to left.
(16)
To move PTZ camera to right.
To move the mouse cursor to right.
To move PTZ camera lens up
To move the mouse cursor up.
(16)
To move PTZ camera lens down
To move the mouse cursor down.
Confirm or make a selection
Speed + : To speed up movement of PTZ camera lens
(17)
Speed - :To speed down movement of PTZ camera lens
~
(18)
as number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 0.
:!
:$
:@
:%
:#
:^
~
Channel camera selection number in playback and
preview mode.
~
As a preset position in PTZ control mode.
~
+
+
With
button can switch to different screen display
modes and enable auto scan and full screen.
~
Zoom + : To zoom in view of PTZ camera
(19)
Zoom - :To zoom out view of PTZ camera
(20)
To focus out PTZ camera lens
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Name
Function
(21)
To focus in PTZ camera lens
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The
and
button doesn’t support at this version.
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Chapter 2
2.1
Using the DVR Software
First Time Using the DVR Unit
1. Connect the mouse to DVR unit (through USB port).
2. Connect all necessary external devices.
DVR unit doesn’t supply the power to connected external devices.
3. Plug the power to turn on the DVR unit.
4. Please wait for a while until start up process is completed. And then, the preview screen will show up on
surveillance screen.
5. Format hard disk: If the hard disk is first time installed in the DVR unit, please format the hard disk.
Following the below steps to format the hard disk.
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- Before formatting hard disk, please stop recording.
- While formatting hard disk, the CPU usage will be near to 100% and might slow down the DVR
system response.
a.
b.
Click Setup and enter the password (If this is the first time, enter the default password [admin]. The
default ID [admin]).
Click System → Add
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c. Select the hard disk from list.
d. Click Format button and click Start to begin formatting
e. When formatting is done, click OK.
6. Adjust time and date: Setup the DVR system date and time in order to have correct recording time and
date. Following the below steps to setup date and time:
a. Click Setup and enter the password (If this is the first time, enter the default password [admin]. The
default ID [admin]).
b. Select System.
c. In Date and Time Setting, click Setting button of System Date and Time.
d. Select the Year and Month by click arrow button, click on the date to select the date. And adjust the
time, and then, click OK.
7. Connecting the cameras: DVR supports IP and Analog camera.
Analog camera
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Connect the analog camera video cable to video cable.
Click Setup → Camera
Select camera channel and mark Enable to enable the channel.
Select Input as Analog Camera.
In Camera section, mark Display to allow the live video of camera to display on surveillance screen.
And then, enter the Name and Description of the channel. Mark Enable Audio will allow recording
the sound that received from selected audio input channel (audio input channel located on back
panel of DVR). For example: user has enabled audio and select audio input channel 1 on the
camera 4. Therefore, DVR will record the video of camera 4 and sound that received from audio
input channel 1 together. While playback, user will hear sound that received by audio input channel
1 on camera 4.
f. Adjust the bright, contrast, hue, and saturation of the camera.
g. Click OK.
IP camera
- EH1116H-4 Nano only supports first 4 channels (CH1~4) for IP camera.
- 1.3 MP with H.264/MPEG4/ MJPEG on the first 4 channels and 2.3MP with MJPEG on the 1st
channel for IP cam connection.
a. Click Setup → Camera.
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b. Select camera channel (1~4) and mark Enable to enable the channel.
c. Select Input as IP Camera.
d. In Camera section, mark Display to allow the live video of camera to display on surveillance screen.
Then, enter the Name and Description of the channel.
e. In Camera Information section, click Add IPCam for detail setting.
f.
In IP Camera Setting window, click Protocol radio button, and then, select Protocol, Mode, and
Video Format. User also can click Search Devices button to find the IP cameras that can be
detected on your LAN network.
g. Enter IP address in IP Camera site column or enter the URL of IP camera.
h. Enable Authentication and enter ID and password if IP camera’s access authority is required.
i. Click OK to save the setting.
j. When the IP camera has connected, user should see the camera information of Protocol, Model,
Video Format, IP port, and Channel.
k. To connect another IP camera, follow the above steps.
2.1.2
Using the Virtual Keyboard
User can use the Virtual Keyboard when the keyboard is not available. Just click
call out the virtual keyboard. For uppercase, click Caps button. To exit, click Esc.
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or right-click screen to
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2.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in Preview Mode
Name
Function
(1)
Logout
-
(2)
Split Screen
Mode
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Reboot: To restart the DVR system. It is required to enter the password
Power Off: To shut down the DVR system. It is required to enter the password
Login: Using different ID to login to DVR system.
Cancel: To return to DVR application.
Select from four (4) different split screen types to view all the camera, or one camera over the
other or alongside on a single screen. It also allows you to switch and view different camera
number.
–
When you are in single screen mode, Right click and Drag a square on the area you want to enlarge.
Right-click on screen again, the screen view will back to normal view.
–
When you are in full screen mode, partial enlarges does not support.
(3)
Record
Start/stop video recording.
(4)
EMap
Display the map in each area, and the location of camera/ sensor/ relay and the warning (see
also Chapter 2.2.1).
(5)
Network
Enable/disable remote system access. This feature allows you to access DVR server from a
remote location via internet connection. The default is disabled.
(6)
Setup
Configure the system settings. (see also Chapter 3)
(7)
PTZ
Access PTZ control panel. (see also Chapter 2.2.2)
(8)
Preview
Switch to Preview mode. This allows you to view live camera display.
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Name
(9)
Function
Playback
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded video file. (see also Chapter
2.3)
(10) Status bar
Display the current date, time, hard disk free space and temperature of unit.
(11) Camera ID
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode,
click the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
(12) Snapshot
Capture and save the screen shot in *.jpg format.
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Please plug the USB pen drive to DVR server before press Snapshot button.
(13) Event log
Show the record of activities that take place in the system. (see also Chapter 2.2.3)
(14) AutoScan
Start/Stop video screen cycle switch.
(15) Full screen
View in full screen. To return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard or
click the arrow icon.
Click to exit from
full screen mode
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to toggle to only display
one of the video in the multiple-screen mode or all.
(16) Alarm
Alert and display warning info.
(17) Virtual Keyboard
Click to enable virtual keyboard.
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2.2.1
Setting Up and Using the Emap
E-Map can hold up to 8 maps in *.jpg format. You may locate the camera, sensor and relay on the map.
To Set Up the Emap
1. Click Emap button.
2. When the Emap screen appears, click the area number (1 to 8 buttons) on where you want to insert the
map.
3. Click Load Map to insert the map. When the open dialog box appears, locate and select the map and click
Open.
4. When the inserted map appears on the Emap screen, click Edit. You may now drag the camera, sensor,
and relay icons to its place on the map. Icons on the map can be relocated anywhere. If you are going to
locate the icon on the map to other area, you need to drag the icon to the black pane at the bottom of the
Emap screen and then switch to the area on where you want to locate the icon. To bring all the icons back to
the black pane at the bottom of the Emap screen, click Reset Icon.
5. When you are done, click Save button to save the new setting. To exit Emap screen, click Close.
To Use the Emap
1. Click Emap button.
2. In the Emap screen, click the camera icon to switch on the area where the camera is located on the map
and to display the video at the upper right corner of the Emap screen. At the lower right corner of the Emap
screen, it lists all the warning message.
3. Click Close to exit Emap screen.
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2.2.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in PTZ Camera Controller
(5)
(4) (3) (2)
(1)
(6)
(11)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Name
Function
(1) Close
Exit PTZ camera controller.
(2) Setup
Configure PTZ cameras.(see also Chapter 2.2.2.1 and Chapter 2.2.2.2)
(3) AutoPan
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the selected camera group preset position
number.
(4) Focus +/-
Adjust the focus manually to produce clear image.
(5) Zoom +/-
Zoom in and out the image.
(6) Direction buttons
Adjust and position the focal point of the PTZ camera.
(7) Camera ID pane
Display the PTZ camera number that is being operated.
(8) Save Camera
preset position
(9) Camera lens
speed controller
(10) Camera preset
position number
Save the PTZ camera preset position number. Select the camera and click the preset position
number and save it.
(11) Group AutoPan
Select to automatically operate PTZ camera in group.
Adjust the moving speed of the PTZ camera lens.
Move the PTZ camera to the preset point.
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2.2.2.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Setup the Analog PTZ Camera
Select the channel of analog PTZ camera on Preview UI.
Click PTZ button from preview UI. And then, the PTZ control panel will show up on screen.
In the PTZ control panel, click Setup (see also Chapter 2.2.2).
When the PTZ Setup dialog box appears, select the camera number and mark the Use PTZ check box to
enable PTZ setting.
Use to adjust the lens of
PTZ camera for preset
position setting.
5. In the Connection Settings section, fill in the following selections. Then, click Save to keep the settings.
- COMPort: The connecting port is fixed and can’t be changed. The default is RS485 port.
- ID: Assign an ID number for the PTZ camera.
- Baud Rate: Please refer to the user’s manual of the PTZ camera to make sure the baud rate.
- Protocol: Please refer to the user’s manual of the PTZ camera to make sure what protocol is using.
6. In the Preset Setting section, use the control panel to adjust the position of the PTZ camera and select the
preset number to assign a number for the PTZ camera current position. Set the DwellTime (1-60 sec) for
how long the PTZ camera stays in that position before it moves to the next one. Click Save to keep the
Preset Setting settings.
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The gray out functions mean DVR doesn’t support.
7. Repeat step 4 and 5, if you want to save another PTZ camera position.
8. Restore AutoPan Time: set a time period for restoring auto path function after the PTZ camera has been
moved manually. Mark the check box and set the time period in second.
9. After finished all configurations, click OK to exit. Click Cancel will exit and without saving the settings.
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2.2.2.2
Setup the IP PTZ Camera
When IP PTZ camera has successful connected with the DVR system, user can use the PTZ function directly
without any configuration. To make connection of IP PTZ camera, please refer to Chapter 3.2.1.
In PTZ control panel, user can setup the preset position of the camera. The number of preset positions is
depending on the IP PTZ camera has supported. For example: A brand of IP PTZ camera only supports 4
preset positions. Therefore, user only can setup 4 preset positions. User can refer to the user’s manual of the IP
PTZ camera to make sure the number of the preset positions has supported.
Please follow the below steps to configure the preset position.
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The gray out functions mean DVR doesn’t support.
In preview mode, select the channel that is an IP PTZ camera channel.
Click PTZ button on preview UI and PTZ control panel will show up.
In the PTZ control panel, using the arrow button to adjust the position of IP PTZ camera.
And then, click Setup (see also Chapter 2.2.2). The Preset Settings window will show.
5. Select the Preset Number to assign a number as the PTZ camera current position. And then, click Save to
save the setting.
6. Set the DwellTime for how long the PTZ camera stays in that position before it moves to the next one.
7. Repeat step 3 to 6, if you want to save another preset position.
8. Restore AutoPan Time: set a time period for restoring auto path function after the PTZ camera has been
moved manually. Mark the check box and set the time period in second.
9. Click OK to complete the setting.
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2.2.3
Using Event Log Viewer
Show the record of activities that take place in the system.
Display the
current page
of log list.
1. Click the Event Log button on DVR system main interface. The Event log viewer window will show up.
2. Select the Date to view.
3. To filter the records, select and click the select button to display Event, System, Operation, Network or All.
4. Click
button to go next page and click
button. Click
button to go to the last page. To go to previous page, click
button will back to the first page. In Page column, it displays the current page
number.
5. To exit the event log viewer window, click Close button.
6. To view POS event log, click POSViewer bar to call out the POSViewer window (see also Chapter 2.2.3.1).
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2.2.3.1
Using POSViewer
To clear all setting, click Reset button. Click Close button will exit POSViewer window.
Name
Function
(1) POSDB Path
The storage path for POS event log. Click Setting to change the storage path.
(2) After/Befoer
Set a time period before and after of POS event log.
(3) Channel
Select the POS event log of channel
(4) Search String
Enter specific key word or word string to search the POS event log. Mark the “Match whole word
exactly” box if wants to find exactly key word or word string of POS event log. Click Search button
to start searching.
(5) Search Result
Display the POS event log of search result. Click
button to go next page and click
button to go to the last page. To go to previous page, click
button. Click
button will
back to the first page. In Current/Max column, they display the current page number and
maximum (total) page number.
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2.3
Familiarizing the Buttons in Playback Mode
To switch in Playback mode, click Playback button at the lower right corner of Preview mode UI.
Name
Function
(1) Split Screen
Mode
Select from 6 different split screen type to playback the recorded video file of all the cameras or
one camera over the other or alongside on a single screen.
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When you are in single screen mode, Right click and Drag a square on the area you want to enlarge.
Right-click on the screen again, the screen view will back to normal view.
When you are in full screen mode, partial enlarges does not support.
(2) Progress bar
(3) Hour Buttons
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Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of the
track. When in single screen mode, the progress bar green color means motion recording file, blue
color means general (always) recording file, and yellow color means video loss.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the specific time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on top of the hour button indicates that there
is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the red bar indicates that you are currently viewing the
recorded video file.
(4) Playback
Control Buttons
From left to right order:
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the reduce speed from 64x, 32x, 16x, 8x, 4x, 2x, 1x, 1/2X,
1/4X.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x or 64x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
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Name
Function
(5) Date
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to where to start playing the recorded
video file.
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The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 08 represent the
camera ID. The blue colored column indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the
red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video file.
(6) Preview
(7) Playback
(8) Status bar
(9) Camera ID
(10) Export
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Switch to Preview mode.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded video file.
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode, click
the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
Export includes Snapshot, Output Video Clip, and Backup function.
Snapshot: Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg format.
Output Video Clip: Save the segmented file in *.dvr format to USB pen drive (see also
Chapter 2.3.1).
Backup: Save the playback file to USB device or DVD-ROM disk (see also Chapter 3.6).
Please plug the USB pen drive to DVR server before execute Export function (Snapshot, Output Video Clip, and
Backup).
(11) Segment
Keep a portion of the recorded video (see also Chapter 2.3.1).
(12) Full screen
View in full screen. To return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard or click
the arrow icon.
Click to exit from
full screen mode
(13) Event log
(14) Bookmark
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to toggle to only display one of
the video in the multiple-screen mode or all.
Show the record of activities that take place in the system. To filter the records, select and click the
option button to only display Event, System, Operation, Network or All.
Mark a reference point when reviewing the recorded video file to which you may return for later
reference (see also Chapter 2.3.2).
(15) Find Next
(16) Event Search
Search for the next event. You can use this when you are using Event Search function.
Search from the recorded activities that were recorded in event log (i.e., Sensor, Motion, Video
Loss). (see also Chapter 2.3.3)
(17) De-interlace
To enhance the video quality. Set the de-interlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and #2, if it captures lots of movement.
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2.3.1
1.
To Cut and Save a Portion of the Recorded Video
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to start the cut. Then, click Segment to set the begin mark.
2.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to end the cut. Then, click Segment to set the end mark. To cancel segmentation, click Segment
button again.
3.
Click Export button and select Output Video Clip to save the wanted portion. User can rename the File
name. Mark “Include Player when backup” option to include a Qplayer application in backup file for
palyback backup video clip later on. Mark “Add watermark when backup” option to have watermark
protection on backup file and user can have watermark exam on Qplayer application.
4.
In the Save As dialog box, locate on where user wants to save the file, type the filename, and select the
video format.
5.
To playback the backup video clip, using Qplayer application that is included in backup folder.
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2.3.2
To Bookmark a Video Section
1. Click Bookmark button
2. In the Bookmark dialog box, you may do the following:
- Add to create the new reference mark in the bookmark list. Click Add button, the Bookmark Editor dialog
will show up. Enter the name or short description in Mark column. And then, click OK to complete a
bookmark.
- Edit to change the mark description.
- Delete to remove the selected reference mark in the list.
- Delete All to remove all the reference marks in the list.
- Exit to close Bookmark dialog box.
3. Select and click one in the bookmark list to review the file.
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2.3.3
Using the Event Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Event Search. The Event Search Setting dialog box would appear on the screen.
3. In the Event Search Setting dialog box, check the type of condition you want to search. Then, click OK to
start searching. The video search would stop at the frame that matches the condition. To keep on searching
click
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4. You may also set to search and list all the result. In the Search Duration section, set the Begin Time and
End Time. Set the Searching Interval time that system won’t list out the same events in a period of time
that user has setup. Then, click OK to start searching.
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The DVR system will automatically set the date of End Time at 3 days later of Begin Time. If event data are
less than 3 days, the DVR system will set End Time at current date. Time of End Time is adjustable.
5. When the Event list appear, click and select the item you want to view.
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Customizing the DVR System
In the Preview screen mode, click
button to customize your DVR. When the DVR configuration setup
selection appears, select and click the buttons you want to change the setting.
3.1
System Setup
In the System Setting dialog box, click OK to accept the new settings, click Cancel to exit without saving.
(1) Storage Path
Set the HDD on where to save the data. In case you have more than one storage device, the system
automatically saves the data to the next storage device. To insert another storage device, click Add and select
the storage path. To remove the selected path, click Delete.If the hard disk is the first time for DVR system,
please format the hard disk before starting to use it. To format the hard disk, select the hard disk and click
Format button.
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- Before formatting hard disk, please stop all operations on DVR system.
- While formatting hard disk, the CPU usage will be near to 100% and might slow down the DVR
system response.
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(2) Delete recorded data after
If you want the system to automatically erase the data after a certain days, enable the Delete recorded data
after check box and enter the number of days in Days text box.
(3) Delete event and alarm log after
If you want the system to automatically erase the event and alarm log after a certain days, enable the Delete
event and alarm log after check box and enter the number of days in Days text box.
(4) Overwrite Enable
When there is not enough free space to record one hour data, the system automatically replaces the oldest
data.
(5) Language
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the selected language. Default language is
in English.
(6) Video Standard
Change and select the proper video system according to your camera video system. If the video system setting
is wrong, the video would appear abnormal.
(7) Configuration
Backup a copy of all the settings and allows you to regain the same settings back. To save the current settings,
click Export. To replace the settings with the one you have saved, click Import.
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Please plug the USB pen drive to DVR server before Import or Export the configuration from or to USB pen
drive.
(8) Spot Monitor
Select the camera user wants to display on spot monitor or select All for all cameras. Mark Autoscan to enable
display to take turns automatically.
(9) POS
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Mask and POS function cannot be enabled at the same time.
Set from which camera screen to display the data from the POS equipment. Click Setting, to set the POS
Console Setting.
1. In the POS Console Setting dialog box, click Add to set a new POS setting, Modify to change the POS
setting, and Delete to remove the selected POS setting. Click OK to save and close POS Console Setting.
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2.
In the POS Mapping dialog box, click OK to accept the settings and Cancel to exit without saving the new
setting.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) Name: Enter a name to identify the POS.
(2) Protocol: Select the protocol.
(3) Skip first: Set the number of lines you want to be removed.
(4) Font Color: Select the text color of the POS data.
(5) Port Setting : Select the Local(Com port) where it is connected and Baud Rate. If users just need to
connect to one POS device, they can connect AVerTM USB2RS232 Box to the com port
of DVR unit, and select COM 1. If users need to connect to 2nd POS device, please
connect AVerTM USB2RS232 Box to the front USB port, then connect AVerTM Data Box
to the port 1 of AVerTM USB2RS232 Box, and select COM 2.
(6) Map to Channel: Select to which camera number to display the transaction text.
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(7) Text Filter: Enter the word you want to be removed.
(10) Miscellaneous
Playback mode: Select the mode of playback the video.
– Select date and time: Select the date and time which user wants to playback.
– Play the last file: Automatically playback the video from the last hour
– Instant Playback: Automatically playback the video which has just recorded
Playback with key frame only in 4-split screen: Enable to only playback key frame when in 4-split
screen playback mode.
Enable Intelligent Streaming of IP camera: The DVR now supports 3 streaming for preview,
recording, and remote site in AverTM SF1311H IP camera series. User can setup 3 streaming in Detail
of (5) IP camera information in Chapter 3.2.1. Click ? mark will show up the intelligent streaming
information dialog box.
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The DVR system supports first 4 channels (CH01 ~ 04) for IP camera with intelligent streaming is enabled.
Date Format
Select the date format which wants to display in select date and time playback mode.
Auto Scan Period
Set the time gap of the Auto Scan function from 3 to 10 seconds. This automatically switches to the
next video in cycle depending on the set time gap.
Activate CPU meter after system boot up
Mark to enable the CPU usage status display on the screen automatically when system boot up. User
can manually to enable by clicking the CPU Meter button.
CPU usage status.
Click X to close the
display.
(11) Login
Enable the conditions in Login section you want the system to automatically carry out.
- Auto Login after system boot up
Execute the DVR when the operating system is started.
- Auto Record after system boot up
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Automatically start video recording when the DVR is executed.
- Auto start Network after system boot up
Automatically start network connection when the DVR is executed.
- Default user
Automatically log in to the selected default user when the DVR is executed.
(12) Date and Time Setting
Mark Daylight Saving Time to enable daylight saving function.
- Daylight Saving Time: Click Setting to setup Start and End Date/Time. User can depends on daylight
saving time mode in your country to select Mode 1 or Mode 2. Mode 1 is setting up specific start date/time
and end date/time. Mode 2 is setting up fixed day of month in every year for start and end date/time.
- Daylight Bias: Assign a time that it is for daylight saving time offset in your time zone. For example: if the
time zone is in U.S. Eastern, the time offset is 1 hour.
(13) Firmware

Product Version: Upgrading the firmware of DVR system.
1. Save the firmware on root directory of USB pen drive. And then, plug USB pen drive to DVR server.
2. Click Update button, a Firmware Upgrade window is displayed.
3. Select the USB pen drive if there is more than one USB storage device from drop down list. The
DVR unit will auto detects the firmware.
4. Click OK to start upgrading.
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
IPCam Module: Update firmware of IP camera.
1. Save the firmware on root directory of USB pen drive. And then, plug USB pen drive to DVR server.
2. Click Update button, a IPCam Module Firmware Upgrade window is displayed.
3. Select the USB pen drive if there is more than one USB storage device from drop down list. The
DVR unit will auto detects the firmware.
4. Click OK to start upgrading.
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3.2
Camera Setup
The DVR system supports 16 cameras in combination of analog and IP cameras or only analog cameras. The
DVR system only supports first 4 channels (CH1 ~ 4) for IP camera.
3.2.1
To Setup IP Camera
Click Default will back to the factory default value.
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EH1116H-4 Nano only supports first 4 channels (CH1~4) for IP camera.
1.3 MP with H.264/MPEG4/ MJPEG on the first 4 channels and 2.3MP with MJPEG on the 1st
channel for IP cam connection.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to view. To enable/disable all cameras, click ALL check box.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the camera, we suggest disabling
it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Input
Select the camera type as IP Camera.
(4) Camera
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is hidden you can still record
the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Enable Audio
When channel type is IP camera, the audio is not supported.
- Name
Change the camera name
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- Description
Add a short comment
(5) IP Camera Information
To setup IP camera and display current IP camera information.
Use IP Camera Motion: Enable to use the motion detection function of IP camera if the IP camera has
support motion detection and the motion recording will based on IP camera’s motion detection setting.
IP Setting: Click Add IPCam to setup and connect the IP camera.
1. Click the radio button of Protocol to enable the setup of IP camera.
2. Select the Protocol, Model, Video Format, and Channel of the IP camera.
3. User also can click Search Devices button to find the IP cameras that can be detected on your LAN
network.
4. Enter IP address and connecting port in IP Camera Site column.
5. Also, user can enter URL of IP camera instead of IP address.
6. If the IP camera has authority request, please enable Authentication and enter ID and Password.
7. Click OK to connect with the IP camera.
Detail: The setting of advanced IP cameras are related to the Intelligent Streaming function in System
setting. Click Default will back to the factory default value.
The Detail setting only support for the AVerTM SF1311H IP camera.
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

Stream Setting: user can setup Codec, Resolution, FPS, Bitrate Mode, and Quality Bitrate of
Stream 2and Stream 3 on the selected IP camera channel. The Stream 1 is stetted in default.
Stream Selection: user can setup which stream (Stream 1 ~ Stream 3) to use on Record,
Preview(Quad and Single mode), and Remote site.
Video Adjustment: user can adjust Brightness and Contrast of IP camera.
The selection and adjustment items may vary by the camera supported.
I/O Control: Setup the sensor and relay that is embedded on the IP camera.
 Sensor Setting
1. Click Sensor button.
2. Click the drop-down list and select the sensor ID number.
3. Enter sensor name in Name column
4. The system automatically detects the camera and input
relates information. In the Content section, enter sensor
Description.
5. In the test section, click Test to check the sensor status. Red
is high and Green is low.
6. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit
without saving the setting.
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
Relay Setting
1. Click Relay button.
2. Click the drop-down list and select the relay ID number.
3. Enter relay name in Name column
4. The system automatically detects the camera and input
relates information. In the Content section, enter relay
Description.
5. In the test section, click Test to check the relay status. Red is
high and Green is low.
6. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit
without saving the setting.
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3.2.2
To Setup Analog Camera
Click Default will back to the factory default value.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to view. To enable/disable all cameras, click ALL check box.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the camera, we suggest disabling
it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Input
Select the camera type as Analog Camera.
(4) Camera
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is hidden you can still record
the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Enable Audio
Mark Enable Audio will allow recording the sound that received from selected audio input channel (audio
input channel located on back panel of DVR). For example: user has enabled audio and select audio
input channel 1 on the camera 4. Therefore, DVR will record the video of camera 4 and sound that
received from audio input channel 1 together. While playback, user will hear sound that received by audio
input channel 1 on camera 4.
- Name
Change the camera name
- Description
Add a short comment
(5) Video Adjustment
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Sharpness, and Saturation of the camera.
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(6) Enable De-interlace
Enhance the video quality. Set the Enable Deinterlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless picture and
select #2, if it captures lots of movement.
3.2.3
To Setup Camera from the Remote DVR
User can add the camera from another DVR through the network.
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EH1116H-4 Nano only support first 4 channels (CH1~4) for remote DVR’s camera.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to view. To enable/disable all cameras, click ALL check box.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the camera, we suggest disabling
it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Input
Select the camera type as Remote DVR.
(4) Camera
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is hidden you can still record
the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Enable Audio
When camera type is Remote DVR, the audio is not supported.
- Name
Change the camera name
- Description
Add a short comment
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- IP
Enter the IP address of the camera
- Port
The port for connection
- User ID
Enter the user id that for connecting authority
- Password
Enter the password that is for connecting authority
- Channel
Select the channel of connected camera
- Connect
Click to connect the camera when all configurations are set.
3.3
Recording Setup
3.3.1
Setup IP Camera Record Setting
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to set the recording setting. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL
check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left
click on the camera icon. The camera icon turns purple when it is selected.
(2) Recording Mode
The horizontal blocks from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock and the vertical block 1 to 7 represent
the day in the week block (Sunday to Saturday). To record in full 24 hours and 7 days a week, select the
recording mode and click the  button. If you want to only record at a particular time or day, click Schedule
button and select the Recording Mode , and then click on the time or day blocks. When the system starts
recording a red triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen. The recording modes are
listed below:
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- Always Recording
Record the video from the selected camera and save it to the designated storage device
- Motion Recording
Start recording the video from the selected camera only when the system detects movement. Once a motion
is detected, the system automatically saves the previous frames and stop based on the Start Record Prior
and Stop Record After settings.
- Smart Recording
Automatically switch to recorded at the maximum frame rate once a motion is detected and if there is no
motion, it records only key frame.
- No Recording
The system won’t do any recording.
(3) Motion Detection
Adjust the sensitivity of the motion detection. The higher the value, the finer the sensitivity is detected. When it
detects a motion, a green triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen.
3.3.2
Setup Analog Camera Record Setting
Click Default will back to the factory default value.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to set the recording setting. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL
check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left
click on the camera icon. The camera icon turns purple when it is selected.
(2) Recording Mode
The horizontal blocks from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock and the vertical block 1 to 7 represent
the day in the week block (Sunday to Saturday). To record in full 24 hours and 7 days a week, select the
recording mode and click the  button. If you want to only record at a particular time or day, click Schedule
button and select the Recording Mode , and then click on the time or day blocks. When the system starts
recording a red triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen. The recording modes are
listed below:
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- Always Recording
Record the video from the selected camera and save it to the designated storage device
- Motion Recording
Start recording the video from the selected camera only when the system detects movement. Once a motion
is detected, the system automatically saves the previous frames and stop based on the Start Record Prior
and Stop Record After settings.
- Smart Recording
Automatically switch to record at the maximum frame rate setting once a motion is detected and recording
time will be based on Stop Record After setting; if there is no motion, it records at the minimum frame rate
setting. Set the frame rate in (5) Frame Rate.
- No Recording
The system won’t do any recording.
(3) Motion Detection
Adjust the sensitivity of the motion detection. The higher the value, the finer the sensitivity is detected. When it
detects a motion, a green triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen.
(4) Quality
Adjust the video quality. The higher the value, the lower the compression level and uses more hard disk space.
(5) Frame Rate
Set the maximum and minimum number of frames to be recorded during motion and motionless state. The
frame rate ranges from 01 to 30 for NTSC and 01 to 25 for PAL. The higher the frame rate, it uses more hard
disk space.
Always recoding frame rate is depending on value of max frame rate.
(6) Video Size
Select the size of the video and click the  button. The higher the size, the larger the file it create.
(7) Individual Adjustment
Each camera can adjust video size and frame rate individually. Click Default will back to the factory default
value. The frame rate usage is shown in Used and Unused columns by CIF mode.
Adjusting video size and frame rate by channel, only available on the analog camera.
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(8) Mask
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Mask and POS function cannot be enabled at the same time.
Mark an area on the screen to disregards the motion in the marked area and to only monitor outside the marked
area. Enable the Enable Mask and click-and-drag an area on screen that user wants to mask. To clear all mask
area, click Clear button. To inverse the mask area, click Invert button. The original selected area will
exchanged with un-selected area. To show the mask area on preview screen, enable Show Mask. The mask is
able to see on the screen only when preview screen is in single screen mode
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3.4
Network Setup
Click Default will back to the factory default value.
(1) Server Name
Assign a name for the DVR unit. Alphabet letters and numbers only.
(2) Transmitting Cameras
Select and click on the camera number in the Transmitting Camera section you want to make it accessible via
internet using PCViewer, Remote Console, PDA Viewer and JavaViewer (still image). To select all the cameras,
enable the ALL check box.
(3) Main Configuration
Set the DVR IP address and Remote Console Port. You need this when accessing DVR server from the
remote location via internet. Click Setting to setup DVR IP.
 Using the following IP address: Assigns an IP address for the DVR system. Fill in the IP related
parameters in IP information section.
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IP: Assign a constant IP address which a real IP address gives from ISP to DVR system.
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Mask: It is a bitmask used to identify the sub network and how many bits provide room for host
addresses. Enter the subnet mask of the IP address which user has assigned to DVR system.
Gateway: A network device acts as a passageway to internet. Enter the network gateway IP address
DNS: Domain Name Server translates domain names (such as www.abb.com.tw) to IP addresses.
Enter the IP address of DNS if it is available.
MAC Address: An identifier hardware address of DVR unit that is assigned by the manufacturer for
identification. User don’t need to fill in, it will generated by system automatically.
 Obtain an IP automatically (DHCP): Assign the IP address by local DHCP server to DVR system.
 PPPOE: Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet is a network protocol for encapsulating PPP frames in
Ethernet frames. It is used mainly with ADSL services. If your network is using ADSL service connecting to
internet, and then, select PPPOE mode. Enter User ID and Password that is given by your ISP for PPPOE
connecting authority.
 DDNS: DDNS(Dynamic Domain Name Service) is a data query service mainly used on the Internet for
translating domain names into Internet addresses. Users can register their own domain name on
http://ddns.avers.com.tw or http://dyndns.org. (See Appendix A)
- Domain Name
Enter the domain name that user has registered.
- Password
A password use to access DDNS that user has setup when register the domain name
- DDNS Server Name
Select your DDNS server. The default only has one DDNS server now. It may provide more DDNS in
future.
- DDNS Server Port
Fill in the port that connects to DDNS server. Default is 1053.
(4) Remote Upgrade Configuration
A port is using for the remote firmware upgrade through network.
(5) PCViewer Configuration
Activate Enable Anonymous Login to remotely access the DVR server without the need of password. Fill in
thePCViewer PORT for remote accessing connection.
(6) Network Time Synchronization
Adjust the DVR system time same as network time server. Fill in the Time Server IP address or domain name
and select the Time Zone. User can enable Automatic Synchronize at to set automatic synchronize time on a
daily basis. Or, user can click Synchronize Time Right Now to adjust time right away.
(7) Other Configuration
- Network Video Stream
It displays the remote video stream value that is depended on the video quality user has selected on
remote site.
- UPnP
- Enable UPnP function to automatically map the port setting of PCViewer to the router on the local
network. This function is available when the router has enabled the UPNP function.
- Assign a port on DVR as an UPnP protocol port. The PCViewer Port is displayed the current PCViewer
port number.
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Enable White List
-
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Without any IP/IP range is assigned in White List table, none of IP address/IP range is allowed to access
DVR when White List function is enabled.
An access permit list for the remote accessing of DVR server. Enter the IP address and click Add. Or,
enter a range of IP address and click Add. To delete the IP from the list, select the IP and click Delete
button. To reset the input, click Clear button.
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Network Bandwidth Limit
By Channel: Set the network bandwidth by each channel.
All: Set the total network bandwidth consumption limit.
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3.5
Schedule Setting
Schedule to record, enable network, reboot and disable alarm of all the cameras either weekly or one time. The
number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The left most column display the days in a week.
To Set the Schedule Setting:
1. Select the date in the calendar. Use
and
buttons to shift the calendar to the left or right.
2. Select the condition you want to schedule in the drop down list.
- Record
Activate all the cameras to start video recording at the set time based on the Recording setting
- Enable Network
Activate DVR remote system to access at the set time. After the appointed time, the Network function will
be disabled. If the Network function is already enabled, the Network function will not be disabled when the
appointed time has ended.
- Reboot
Restart the PC at the appointed time.
- Disable Alarm
Deactivate the alarm at the set time temporarily.
3. Set the schedule as weekly or one time. Click  to make a selection.
4. Click on the blocks to set the schedule or click All to select all. To un-select the specific schedule blocks,
click the Remove and click blocks to un-select. To store the setting, click Save. To remove the settings, click
Clear.
5. To end Schedule Setting, click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the
setting.
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Backup Setup
While backup, the CPU usage will be near to 100% and might slow down the DVR system response.
In the Backup Setting dialog box, the number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The numbers
from 01 to 08 represent the camera number. When you back up the file, if you mark Include Player when
backup and you may find Qplayer application included in the backup folder. User need to execute the Qplayer
installation on PC for playback (see also Chapter 3.6.1).
1. Select the date of the recorded file in the calendar you want to backup. Use
and
buttons to shift the
calendar to the left or right.
2. In the table below, click on the blue block to select the recorded file or click camera (01~16) or time (00~23)
to select the whole row or column. The blue block turns red when it is selected. The block that appears in
white doesn’t have data.
3. Check the space need for backup beside the calendar. Click Rescan Device to calculate the space for
backup.
– Require Space: Show the total size of the backup file.
– Free Space: Show the available storage space
4. If user wants to include the Qplayer program in backup folder, mark the Inculde Player when backup
check box. The Qplayer program will be in backup folder for playback using.
5. If you do NOT want to keep the recorded file in the storage folder, enable Delete files after Backup check
box.
6. DVR system will give Folder Name automatically.
7. Click Backup Now button to start archiving the selected file.
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Using QPlayer to Playback Backup Video
You can playback the backup files by using QPlayer applications on the PC. When you back up the recorded file,
QPlayer applications are automatically included in the backup folder if user has enabled the selection of
Inculde player when backup when backup recorded file. With QPlayer, it is the same as in Playback mode
and supports different split screen types to view all the video at the same time. The only difference is that there
are no Preview and Playback buttons.
To run the application, go to backup folder and double-click Qplayer.exe.
Name
Function
(1) Exit
To close the application
(2) Split Screen Mode
Select from 6 different split screen type to playback the recorded video file of all the camera,
or one camera over the other or alongside on a single screen.
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If there are only 8 cameras, when user select 13 and 16-split screen mode, only 8 channels have the video
display and rest of channels will be black screen.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on the area you want to enlarge.
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(3) Progress bar
(4) Hour Buttons
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Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of
the track.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the specific time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on top of the hour button indicates that
there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the red bar indicates that you are currently viewing
the recorded video file.
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Name
Function
(5) Playback Control
Buttons
From left to right order:
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2X, 1/4X, 1/8X, 1/16X, or 1/32X.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, or 32x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
(6) Archive
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to where to start playing the
recorded video file.
– OPEN FILE: user can open the recorded file from HDD
– Channel 01~ 16&Channel 17 ~ 32: If the channels are over 16, click button to switch to
different channel group of playback calendar.
– Day Light Saving: the playback calendar will show the available video records during day
light saving time period.
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The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the
camera ID. The blue colored column indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While
the red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video file.
(7) Status bar
(8) Camera ID
(9) Language
(10) Export
(11) Segment
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode,
click the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the selected language. By
default the language is in English.
Export includes Snapshot, Print, and Output Video Clip function.
Snapshot: Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg format.
Print: Print the screen shot.
Output Video Clip: Save the segmented file in *.dvr format.
Keep a portion of the recorded video (see also Chapter 3.6.2).
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Name
Function
(12) Full screen
View in full screen mode. To return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the
keyboard or click the arrow icon.
Click to exit from
full screen mode
(13) Visual Search
(14) Find Next
(15) Event Search
(16) Intelligent Search
(17) Audio
(18) De-interlace
(19) Watermark
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to toggle to only display
one of the video in the multiple-screen mode or all.
Search from a specific camera by Date, Hour, Minute, 10 Seconds and Second(see also
Chapter 3.6.3)
Search for the next event or changes in the motion detector frame. You can use this when you
are using Intelligent Search or Event Search function.
Search from the recorded activities that were recorded in event log (i.e., Sensor, Motion,
Video Loss). (See also Chapter 3.6.4)
Search the changes in the motion detector frame (See also Chapter 3.6.5)
Enable/disable volume
To enhance the video quality. Set the de-interlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and select #2, if it captures lots of movement.
To verify the output video segment has not been modified. Click
to check the video.
Watermark verification windows will show up as following:
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Green light: Pass the watermark verification.
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Red light: Fail the watermark verification or this video doesn’t have watermark
embedded.
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3.6.2
To Cut and Save the Portion of the Recorded Video
1.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to start the cut. Then, click Segment to set the begin mark.
2.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to end the cut. Then, click Segment to set the end mark. To cancel segmentation, click Segment
button again.
3.
Click Export > Output Video Clip button to save the wanted portion.
In the Save As dialog box, locate on where user wants to save the file, type the filename, and select the
video format.
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3.6.3
To Search Using the Visual Search
1. Click Visual Search.
2. In the Visual Search Setting dialog box, select the Camera number and the date. Then click OK.
3. When a series of frames appear by date, click on the frame to display another series of frames and search
by every Hour of that date, every 3Minutes of that hour, every 10 Seconds of that minute, every Second of
that 10 seconds. To go back, click
. To view from the selected frame and close event search, click
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To Search Using the Event Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Event Search. The Event Search text (red) would appear at the lower left corner of the screen.
3. In the Event Search Setting dialog box, check the type of condition you want to search. The video search
would stop at the frame that matches the condition. To keep on searching click Find Next(
) button.
4. You may also set to search and list all the result. In the Search Duration section, set the Begin Time and
End Time. Set the Searching Interval time that system won’t list out the same events in a period of time
that user has setup. Then, click OK to start searching.
5. When the Event list appear, click and select the item you want to view.
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To Search Using the Intelligent Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Intelligent Search. The Intelligent Search text (red) would appear at the lower left corner of the
screen.
3. When the Intelligent Search Setting dialog box and motion detector frame appear, you may adjust the
sensitivity bar and the motion detector frame size and location. To set motion detector frame size and
location, left click and drag on the screen. Then, click OK to start searching. The video search would stop at
the frame that matches the condition. To keep on searching click
. You may also set to search and list
all the result. Just check the List box. In the Search Duration section set the Begin Time and End Time.
Set the Searching Interval time that system won’t list out the same events in a period of time that user has
setup. Then, click OK to start searching.
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3.7
Sensor Setting
The I/O device must be installed to use this function.
1. Click the drop-down list and select the sensor.
2. Enter sensor name in Name column.
3. The system automatically detects the card and input number. In the Content section, enter Description of
sensor.
4. In the test section, click Test to check the sensor status. Red is high and Green is low.
5. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
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Relay Setting
The I/O device must be installed to use this function.
1. Click the drop-down list and select the relay.
2. Enter relay name in Name column.
3. The system automatically detects the card and input number. In the Content section, enter Description of
relay.
4. In the test section, click Test to trigger relay. Red is high and Green is low.
5. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
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Alarm Setting
In the Alarm Setting dialog box, click Add to insert and set new alarm setting, click Delete to remove the
selected alarm setting, click OK to exit and save the setting, Cancel to exit without saving. Click Default will
back to factory default value.
1. Click Add to insert and set a new alarm setting. Click the items in the (7) Alarm Setting List if you want to
modify the alarm setting.
2. In (1) No./Name/Description enter alarm name and description. Alarm No. will be created by DVR
system.
3. In (2) Enable Time, the number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. Select the time and click
the block you want to activate or deactivate the alarm function. When it is deactivated the color of the block
turns white.
4. In (3) Conditions, you can set “Trigger if any” to activate if it falls to one of the conditions or “Trigger if all”
to activate if it falls to all conditions.
5. In Camera section, select and click on the camera number (01 to 16) in Motion Detected and Video Loss
to set the condition for the system to alarm.
- Motion Detected: select and click on the camera number (01 to 16) to set the condition for the system to
alarm. Click Detail button to setup the system to send out the alarm when motion is detected and last the
time that user has entered in Continuous trigger duration.
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- Video Loss: click the camera number (01 to 16) to set the alarm condition when video is lost. Click Detail
button to setup the system to send out the alarm when video is lost and status last the time that user has
entered in Continuous trigger duration.
6. In (4) Sensor, select and click on the sensor number to set the condition for the system to alarm. If the
sensor normal status is high, set the sensor condition to low.
- IP Camera Sensor: To adjust sensor high/low that is connected on the IP camera.
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Continue trigger duration: Set a time period that when sensor has been trigger and stay in the same
status for that period, then the alarm will be sent out.
Enable/disable the Abnormal Event check box, to set the condition of the event for system to alarm.



Reboot: when the DVR system reboot without abnormal condition, the system will send out the
alarm message.
Abnormal Reboot: when the DVR system reboot in irregular condition, the system will send out
the alarm message.
Recording is switched off: when the recording has been stopped, the system will send out the
alarm message.
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
Network is switched off: when the network connection of DVR system is lost, the system will
send out the alarm message.

Hard Disk failed: when the hard disk doesn’t work normally, the system will send out the alarm
message.
7. In (5) Alarm Reset, click the camera number to set the reset condition of alarm. Once alarm is reset, all
alarm action will stop at the moment. If the sensor normal status is high, set the alarm reset condition to low.
Click IP Camera Sensor to configure sensor status of IP camera. Click High/Low to set sensor status to
high or low.
8. In (6) Action, you may now set the alarm action for the system to perform when the alarm condition is
activated.
- Launch E-Map: Display mini E-map screen.
- Enlarge Camera View
Switch to only display video in Preview mode from where the alarm is activated.
a. Select the camera from drop down list to specify which camera video to be enlarged on screen when
the alarm is triggered.
b. Retrieve time: set the waiting duration before system switching back to original Preview mode. If the
retrieve time is un-set, the alarm video will keep enlarging until user switch back to Preview mode
manually. The retrieve time range is 0~ 600 seconds.
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- Relay Output
Set to enable/disable the relay operation when the alarm is activated and to extend additional time in
second before it stops the relay operation.
1. Beside the Relay Output check box, click Detail.
2. In the Alarm Relay dialog box, select from the available relay list and in the Status column, set to
on/off the relay operation when the alarm is activated.
3. In the Retrieve time check box, you may enable/disable to extend the relay operation time and set the
duration in second(0 ~3600 seconds).
4. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
- Send E-mail
Send an electronic text message. Beside the Send Email check box, click Detail.
In the E-mail Setting dialog box, click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving
the setting.
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(1) Mail Server
Enter the SMTP Server and port. If your e-mail system requires user identification, enable
Authentication check box and enter ID and Password.
(2) Mail
Fill the mailing information. Click Test Account button can exam the mail is workable or not.
 From: Enter the sender e-mail address.
 To and CC: Enter the recipient email address and separate it with comma or a semicolon (;).
 Subject: Enter the message title.
 Message: Type the message.
 Notice Interval: Set a time gap for mail re-sending when mail has failed to send.
(3) Snapshot
When send out the email, the DVR system will snapshot image of the selected camera channel.
 Select Camera: Select the channel that will be snapshot when alarm email is sending out.
 Video Size: Select the size of video that will be taken when snapshot. Auto means default size
that chosen by DVR system.
- Start Recording
Record the video from the selected camera.
1. Beside the Start Recording check box, click Detail.
2. In the Alarm Recording Setting dialog box, select the
camera to enable/disable video recording. Enable All
to select all cameras.
3. In the Frame Rate selection, select As Setting to
record the number of frames based on the Recording
Setting.
4. In the Start Record prior text box, mark and set the
number in second for the program to begin recording
before the alarm has been trigger. The time range is
1~10 seconds.
5. In the Stop Record after text box, mark and set the
number in second for the program to continue recording after the alarm has ended. The time range is
1~999 seconds. If user doesn’t mark and set the time, the alarm recording will continue recording until
alarm is reset.
6. Click OK to accept the new settings and Cancel to exit without saving.
- PTZ preset point
Position the PTZ camera based on the preset point setting. Beside
the PTZ preset point check box, click Detail. In the Trigger PTZ
Preset Setting dialog box, select the PTZ camera number then
select the Enable check box. Select the position of the PTZ
camera when the alarm is activated and ended. For the PTZ
camera end point, user can also select on preset position or Auto
Pan between preset position groups.
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- Send to CMS (Central Management System)
Enable/disable the selected camera to send video
to CMS when the alarm is activated.
Beside the Send to CMS check box, click Detail. In
the CMS Setting, select the camera to
enable/disable sending the video to CMS. Enable
All to select all cameras. Then, click OK to accept
the new settings and Cancel to exit without saving.
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User Setup
Only administrator level authority can access User Setting.
In the User Setting dialog box, click Add to insert a new user, Delete to remove the selected user, Edit to
modify the user control right, OK to exit and accept the setting, and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
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To Add a User Account:
1. In the User Setting dialog box, click Add.
2. Select and fill in the following information.
(1) Authorization level
Select the status of the user.
(2) Control Right
Enable the items that would allow the user to access.
(3) PCViewer
Enable/disable Web Viewer control right that allow the user to operate from a remote location using
internet explorer.
- Remote Console
Allow the user to remote modify DVR system setting.
- Remote Record
Allow the user to execute recording.
- Remote LogViewer
Allow the user to view the event log from remote site.
- IP Camera
Enable/disable user to add new IP camera when using the Web Viewer.
- Remote Access Time
Enable Infinite check box to access DVR without time limit. If you want to set time limit, enter the
number of minutes in Minute text box.
(4) Visible Camera
Select the camera number that would allow the user to access or view. To select all the cameras,
enable the ALL check box.
(5) Time Span
Set the user account a specific time period that user only can use given account to login DVR program
in that specific period. Mark Enable check box and select the Activation Date and Expiry Date.
(6) Name
Enter the user name.
Description
Enter the user description.
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Password
Enter the user password.
Confirm Password
Enter the same user password for confirmation.
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Chapter 4
4.1
Using the UPC to Playback Backup File
Recommended System Requirements
Pentium® 4 2.4GHZ or above
Windows® 2000/ XP/Vista/7(32 bit/64 bit)
DDR 512 MB
Graphic function must support DirectDraw
Audio card or built-in
Speaker
1 available USB2.0 port
4.2
Installing the USB Playback Console
To install the USB Playback Console:
1.
Place Installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. When the installation main screen appears, click Install USB
Playback Console and then follow the on screen instructions
2.
Select the language you prefer
3.
Click OK to install the application.
4.
Click Exit to close the installation main screen.
5.
You may now connect the external USB storage device that has saved recorded files to PC.
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Familiarizing the Buttons in USB Playback Console
To run the application, click the
icon on the PC desktop
Name
Function
(1) Exit
Close the application.
(2) Progress bar
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of
the track.
(3) Split Screen Mode
Select from different screen view to playback the recorded video file of the entire camera or
one camera on screen.
(4) Hour button
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the specific time frame.
(5) Playback Controller
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame by frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x, or 1/32x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, or 32x.
Next: Go to the next frame by frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
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Name
(6) Archive
Function
To select the video file source for playing.
– DVR Recorded File (HD): To playback the recorded video from the hard disk which was
recording video on the DVR system. (see also Chapter 4.3.2)
– Backup File(.dvr): The file is backup and save in *.dvr file format. (see also Chapter
4.3.3)
– Backup File (.avf): The file is backup and save to external USB storage device in *.avf
format. Select the file source folder and click OK to playback (EH1116H-4 Nano doesn’t
support *.avf file format).
(7) Status bar
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
(8) Camera ID
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode,
click the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
(9) Language
To switch DVR application UI language.
(10) Advanced
Advanced function is including :
HDD Backup: to call out HDD Backup application. (see also Chapter 4.3.4)
iEnhance: to call out iEnhance application. ( see also Chapter 6)
AVF to AVI: save *.avf file format as *.avi file format.
HD eraser: This function doesn’t support on EH1116H-4 Nano DVR.
(11) Export
Export includes Snapshot, Print, and Output Video Clip function.
Snapshot: Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
Print: Print the screen shot.
Output: Save the segmented file in *.avi format
(12) Segment
Keep a portion of the recorded video (see also Chapter 4.3.1)
(13) Full screen
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video. To return, press the right button
of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to toggle to only display
one of the video in the multiple-screen mode or all.
(14) Visual Search
Search from a specific camera by Date, Hour, Minute, 10 Seconds and Second(see also
Chapter 4.3.5)
(15) Find Next
Search for the next event or changes in the motion detector frame. You can use this when
you are using Intelligent Search or Event Search function.
(16) Event Search
Search from the recorded activities that take place in the system (i.e., Sensor, Motion, Video
Loss, POS)(see also Chapter 4.3.6)
(17) Intelligent Search
Search the changes in the motion detector frame (See also Chapter 4.3.7)
(18) Sound /Sound bar
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(19) De-interlace
To enhance the video quality. Set the de-interlace mode to #1, if you are capturing
motionless picture and #2, if it captures lots of movement.
Turn on and off the sound
Increase and decrease the volume
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To Cut and Save the Portion of the Recorded Video
1.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to start the cut. Then, click Segment to set the begin mark.
2.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to end the cut. Then, click Segment to set the end mark. To cancel segmentation, click Segment
button again.
3.
4.
Click Export > Output Video Clip button to save the wanted portion.
In the Save As dialog box, locate on where user wants to save the file, type the filename, and select the
video format.
4.3.2
1.
Playback DVR Recorded File from Hard Disk
4.
Please have the hard disk which containing of recorded video data install on your PC or using external
USB enclosure to connect to your PC.
Click Open File button
Select DVR Recorded File(HD) and click OK.
Select the hard disk drive from Select Disk window and click OK.
5.
And then, Playback Date/Time Selection window appears. Select the date and time and click OK.
2.
3.
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Playback Backup File(*.dvr)
1.
2.
Click Archive button.
Select Backup File(*.dvr) and click OK.
3.
The Select File Type window will show up. Select the way to open the backup file.
- Open Date: Open backup file by date. Located the backup file on local hard disk and select the date on
calendar to playback.
 Change Folder: To select different playback file form other folder location.
 Channel 01~ 16&Channel 17 ~ 32: Switch to different channel group of playback calendar if the
camera channel is more than 16 channels.
- Open File: Locate the backup file folder and click OK.
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To Backup Recorded File
HDD backup function allows user to backup recorded file from hard disk.
1. Click Advanced → HDD Backup on USB Playback Console UI.
2. Select the source hard disk.
3. In Backup date/time selection windows, select the date and time. 00-24 represents hours and 01-08/01-04
represents channels. Blue block means there has recorded file. Red block means the block has been
selected. Click-and-drag can select multiple blocks at once.
4. Click Backup to start backup file.
5. When backup complete, the complete information windows will display.
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4.3.5 To Search Using the Visual Search
4. Click Visual Search.
5. In the Visual Search Setting dialog box, select the Camera number and the date. Then click OK.
6. When a series of frames appear by date, click on the frame to display another series of frames and search
by every Hour of that date, every 3Minutes of that hour, every 10 Seconds of that minute, every Second of
that 10 seconds. To go back, click
. To view from the selected frame and close event search, click
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4.3.6
To Search Using the Event Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Event Search. The Event Search text (red) would appear at the lower left corner of the screen.
3. In the Event Search Setting dialog box, check the type of condition you want to search. The video search
would stop at the frame that matches the condition. To keep on searching click Find Next (
) button.
4. You may also set to search and list all the result. In the Search Duration section, set the Begin Time and
End Time. Set the Searching Interval time that system won’t list out the same events in a period of time
that user has setup. Then, click OK to start searching.
5. When the Event list appear, click and select the item you want to view.
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To Search Using the Intelligent Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Intelligent Search. The Intelligent Search text (red) would appear at the lower left corner of the
screen.
3. When the Intelligent Search Setting dialog box and motion detector frame appear, you may adjust the
sensitivity bar and the motion detector frame size and location. To set motion detector frame size and
location, left click and drag on the screen. Then, click OK to start searching. The video search would stop at
the frame that matches the condition. To keep on searching click Find Next (
). You may also set to
search and list all the result. Just check the List box. In the Search Duration section set the Begin Time
and End Time. Set the Searching Interval time that system won’t list out the same events in a period of
time that user has setup. Then, click OK to start searching.
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Chapter 5
iEnhance
The bundled iEnhance is a video editing tool and can only be used with *.dvr and *.avf video file. It allows you to
adjust the video picture quality, segment and save the selected portion of the video, zoom in and out the image,
and print or save the screen shot. You can also save the setting and apply it on other files.
To run iEnhance application, click iEnhance button on USB Playback Console interface.
Name
Function
(1) Open File
Access *.dvr and *avf video file.
(2) Save Image
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
(3) Playback Control
Buttons
Begin: Move at the beginning of the video file.
Previous: Go back to previous frame.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the video file.
Play: Play the video file.
Faster: Play the video file at the faster speed.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the video file.
(4) Save Video
Save the edited or segmented video in *.avi format.
(5) Print
Print the screen shot.
(6) Segment
Mark the beginning and the end of the selected portion of the video. Two triangle marks will
appear on the slider. To cancel video segmentation, click this button again.
(7) Zoom Buttons
Enlarge, reduce, and set the image back to normal size.
(8) Full Screen
Use the entire screen to only display the video.
(9) Default
Set the video back to original state and delete all the changes in the history box.
(10) History Box
List all the actions.
(11) Undo
Delete the last action.
(12) Noise Reduce
Adjust the softness and repair the damaged colors.
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Name
Function
(13) Sharpness
Improve the overall image by enhancing edges. This gives the image more depth.
(14) Effects
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Gray Scale: convert the image into black and white (monochrome).
Normalize: adjust the brightness intensity.
Equalize: automatically adjust the images that are too dark.
De-interlace: smooth out the overlying frames.
- Static: de-interlace for motionless scene.
- Dynamic: de-interlace for moving scene.
(15) Picture
Adjustment
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and Gamma.
(16) Original Screen
Display the original state of the image.
(17) Temporary
Setting Block
Display the sample settings. Click the sample to apply the setting on the current video.
(18) Status Bar
Display the date, and time of the video.
(19) Progress Bar
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of
the track.
(20) iStable
To reduce the jolt in the recorded video.(also see Chapter 5.1)
(21) Add Setting
Include the new setting to the temporary setting block.
(22) Rename
Change the name of the selected setting in the temporary setting block.
(23) Delete
Permanently remove the selected setting in the temporary setting block.
(24) Load Setting
Call the saved settings.
(25) Save Setting
Store the settings in the temporary setting block.
5.1
To Use iStable
The iStable function can reduce the jolt in the
recorded video.
1. Click Open File button and select the recorded
video.
2. And then, click iStable button.
3. iStable windows will show up.
4. Select the smoothness level – 1(Low), 2, 3, 4,
and 5(High). The default value is 3.
5. Click Play button, and then iStable function will
start to initial the recorded video.
6. When the initialize is done, user will see the
original and stabilized recorded video play in
two windows. The original video on the left side
of window and the stabilized video on the right
side of window.
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Chapter 6
Using the Remote Programs
User can use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access DVR system by entering the IP address. To use this feature,
make sure that your PC and DVR server both are connected to the internet and the Network feature is enabled.
Accessing this feature for the first time you will be prompted by your browser to install WebCamX.cab, allow the
installation and you should be able to connect and login afterwards.
For Windows XP/Vista/7, click Install when the Internet Explorer - Security Warning dialog box appears.
After installing the WebCamX.cab and when connecting to the DVR system, you are required to enter account
ID (default is admin) and password (default is admin) and select the type of network. Admin account has the
authority to remote setup the DVR system configuration on PCViewer.
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Changing account password is strongly recommended.
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To have smooth remote frame rate, it’s suggested to connect DVR by selecting WAN (512K/64K) as the
Network Type on PCViewer.
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To operate full remote function, please use “Administrator” account to execute IE browser.
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After login, the PCViewer interface is displayed.
Control Panel of PCViewer
Display screen of PCViewer
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6.1
Familiarizing the Buttons in PCViewer
6.1.1
PCViewer Screen
Right-clicking on the PCViewer video screen, enables you to start video recording, change video quality, switch
camera and enable/disable DirectDraw.
Name
Function
(1) DirectDraw
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Enhance the video quality.
Not all graphic cards can support this function. If you cannot see the screen display correctly or screen is
messed, please check with VGA card vendor.
(2) Received file size
Indicate the size of the data being sent per second.
(3) Camera frames
Indicate the number of frames per second.
(4) Record
Start to record the video of the selected camera in AVI format. Directly click screen to select
the channel that user wants to record and press Record button.
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PCViewer Control Panel
Name
Function
(1) Select cameras to
view
Select to the view camera from different server. In Select Camera dialog box, Display
column, click to enable/disable viewing the camera.
Click Add Server and select the server type between DVR and IP Cam to add.
Click Delete Server to delete the selected item.
Click Import to load the previous saved list.
Click Export to save the list.
Click Apply All to change all the camera video quality based on the selected setting.
Click OK to exit.
(2) Full screen
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video.
To return, Right click the mouse or press ESC on the keyboard.
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Name
Function
(3) Snapshot
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
(4) Audio
Enable/disable remote sound.
(5) Remote setup
Change the DVR server settings (see also Chapter 6.1.3)
(6) Remote Emap
To call out the Emap of remote DVR server to view.
(7) Remote Console
Initiate Remote Console. It allows you to control DVR server (see also Chapter 6.2).
(8) Event Log Viewer
Display the Event logs, Operation logs, System logs, and Network logs.
(9) Split screen view
Select from four different split screen types to view all the cameras.
(10) Auto Pan Group
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the selected camera group preset
position number.
(11) Camera preset
position number
Move the PTZ camera to the preset point.
(12) Direction buttons’
moving speed
Adjust the moving speed of the PTZ camera lens. This speed will apply to the (18) Direction
buttons’ moving speed only.
(13) Select PTZ
Choose to enable/disable the PTZ camera. In the Select PTZ dialog box, Select column,
click to enable/disable viewing and controlling the PTZ camera.
Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
(14) Atuo Pan
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the selected camera group preset
position number.
(15) Zoom +/-
Zoom the image in or out.
(16) Focus +/-
Adjust the focus manually to produce clear image.
(17) Direction Buttons
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the selected camera group preset
position number.
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6.1.3
To Setup Remote System Setting
The setting here applies to Remote DVR only. Select function to configure.
6.1.3.1
System Setting
In the System Setting windows, click Update to accept the new settings, click Exit to exit without saving, and
click Default to revert back to original factory setting.
(1) Delete recorded data after
If you want the system to automatically erase the data after a certain days, enable the Delete recorded data
after check box and enter the numbers of days in Days text box.
(2) Delete event and alarm log after
If you want the system to automatically erase the event and alarm log files after a certain days, enable the
Delete event and alarm log after check box and enter the numbers of days in Days text box.
(3) Overwrite Enable
When there is not enough free space to record one hour data, the system automatically replaces the oldest
data.
(4) Miscellaneous
Enable the conditions in Miscellaneous section you want the system to perform.
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- Playback Mode
Select the mode of playback the video.
 Select date and time: Select the date and time which user wants to playback.
 Play the last file: Automatically playback the video from the last hour
 Instant Playback: Automatically playback the video which has just recorded
- Date Format
Select the date format which wants to display in Select date and time playback mode
- Auto Scan Period
Set the time gap of the Auto Scan function from 3 to 10 seconds. This automatically switches to the next
video in cycle depending on the set time gap.
(5) Login
Enable the conditions in Login section you want the system to automatically carry out.
- Auto record when login
Automatically start video recording when the DVR is executed.
- Auto start Network when login
Automatically connect to network when the DVR is executed.
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6.1.3.2
Camera Setting
Select the camera from remote DVR servers to modify settings. In the Camera Setting windows, click Update to
save and apply the new settings, click Exit to exit without saving.
IP Camera Setting
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to adjust the video setting. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL
check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left
click on the camera icon. The camera icon turns red when it is selected.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the camera, we suggest disabling
it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Input
Select the type of camera as IP camera. For General camera setting, see Analog Camera Setting. To modify
camera of remote DVR, see Remote DVR Camera Setting.
(4) Camera
- Display:
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is hidden you can still record
the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Enable Audio
Audio function doesn’t support on IP camera.
- Name
Change the camera name
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- Description
Add a short comment
(5) IP Camera Information
To setup IP camera and display current IP camera information.
IP Setting: Click IP setting to add the IP camera.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Click the radio button of Protocol to start setup IP camera.
Select the Protocol, Model, Video Format, and Channel of the IP camera.
Enter IP address and connecting port in IP Camera Site column.
Also, user can enter URL of IP camera instead of IP address.
If the IP camera has authority request, please enable Authentication and enter ID and Password.
Click OK to connect with the IP camera.
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Analog Camera Setting
Select the camera from remote DVR servers to modify settings. In the Camera Setting windows, click Update to
save and apply the new settings, click Exit to exit without saving.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to view. To enable/disable all cameras, click ALL check box.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the camera, we suggest disabling
it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Input
Select the camera type as General Camera. For IP camera setting, see IP Camera Setting. To modify camera
of remote DVR, see Remote DVR Camera Setting.
(4) Camera
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is hidden you can still record
the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Enable Audio
Enable/disable audio of the camera.
- Name
Change the camera name
- Description
Add a short comment
(5) Video Adjustment
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation of the camera.
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Remote DVR Camera Setting
Select the camera to modify settings. In the Camera Setting windows, click Update to save and apply the new
settings, click Exit to exit without saving.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to view. To enable/disable all cameras, click ALL check box.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the camera, we suggest disabling
it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Input
Select the camera type as Remote DVR. For IP camera setting, see IP Camera Setting. To modify analog
camera setting, see Analog Camera Setting.
(4) Camera
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is hidden you can still record
the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Enable Audio
Audio function doesn’t support on camera channel of remote DVR.
- Name
Change the camera name
- Description
Add a short comment
(5) Remote Camera Setting
- IP
Enter the IP address of the camera
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- Port
The port for connection
- User ID
Enter the user id that for connecting authority
- Password
Enter the password that is for connecting authority
- Channel
Select the channel of connected camera
6.1.3.3
Record Setting
In the Recording setup windows, click OK to accept the new settings, click Exit to exit without saving, and click
Default to revert back to original factory setting.
IP Camera
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to set the recording setting. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL
check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left
click on the camera icon. The camera icon turns red when it is selected.
(2) Recording Mode
The horizontal blocks from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour
clock and the vertical block 1 to 7 represent the day in the week
block (Sunday to Saturday). To record in full 24 hours and 7 days a
week, select the recording mode and click the  button. If you want
to only record at a particular time or day, click Schedule button and
select the Recording Mode , and then click on the time or day
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blocks. When the system starts recording a red triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the
screen.
The recording modes are listed below:
- Always Recording
Record the video from the selected camera and save it to the designated storage path
- Motion Recording
Start recording the video from the selected camera only when the system detects movement. Once a motion
is detected, the system automatically saves the previous frames and stop based on the Start Record Prior
and Stop Record After settings.
- Smart Recording
Automatically switch to recorded at the maximum frame rate setting once a motion is detected and if there is
no motion, it records at the minimum frame rate setting.
- No Recording
The system won’t do any recording.
(3) Motion Detection
Adjust the sensitivity of the motion detection. The higher the value, the finer the sensitivity is detected. When it
detects a motion, a green triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen.
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Analog Camera
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to set the recording setting. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL
check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left
click on the camera icon. The camera icon turns purple when it is selected.
(2) Recording Mode
The horizontal blocks from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock and the vertical block 1 to 7 represent
the day in the week block (Sunday to Saturday). To record in full 24 hours and 7 days a week, select the
recording mode and click the  button. If you want to only record at a particular time or day, click Schedule
button and select the Recording Mode , and then click on the time or day blocks. When the system starts
recording a red triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen.
The recording modes are listed below:
- Always Recording
Record the video from the selected camera and save it to the designated storage path
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- Motion Recording
Start recording the video from the selected camera only when the system detects movement. Once a motion
is detected, the system automatically saves the previous frames and stop based on the Start Record Prior
and Stop Record After settings.
- Smart Recording
Automatically switch to recorded at the maximum frame rate setting once a motion is detected and if there is
no motion, it records at the minimum frame rate setting.
- No Recording
The system won’t do any recording.
(3) Motion Detection
Adjust the sensitivity of the motion detection. The higher the value, the finer the sensitivity is detected. When it
detects a motion, a green triangle mark would appear at the upper left corner of the screen.
(4) Quality
Adjust the video quality. The higher the value, the lower the compression level and uses more hard disk space.
(5) Frame Rate
Set the maximum and minimum number of frames to be recorded during motion and motionless state. The
frame rate ranges from 01 to 30 for NTSC and 01 to 25 for PAL. The higher the frame rate, it uses more hard
disk space.
Always recoding frame rate is depending on max frame rate value.
(6) Video Size
Select the size of the video and click the  button. The higher the size, the larger the file it create.
(7) Individual Adjustment
Each camera can adjust video size and frame rate individually. Click Default will back to the factory default
value. The frame rate usage is shown in Used and Unused columns by CIF mode.
Adjusting video size and frame rate by channel, only available on the analog camera.
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6.1.3.4
Network Setting
In the Network Setting dialog box, click Update to accept the new settings, click Exit to exit without saving, and
click Default to revert back to original factory setting. For the network service ports that use by DVR server,
please see Appendix A.
(1) Server Name
Assign a name for the DVR unit. Alphabet letters and numbers only.
(2) Transmitting Cameras
Select and click on the camera number in the Transmitting Camera section you want to make it accessible via
internet using PCViewer, Remote Console, PDA Viewer and JavaViewer (still image). To select all the cameras,
enable the ALL check box.
(3) Network Time Synchronization
Adjust the DVR system time same as network time server. Fill in the Time Server IP address or domain name.
Select the Time Zone that DVR is located. And then, mark the Automatic Synchronize time to set automatic
synchronize time on a daily basis.
(4) Other Configuration
Enable White List: An access permit list for the remote
accessing of DVR server. Enter the IP address and click Add.
Or, enter a range of IP address and click Add. To delete the IP
from the list, select the IP and click Delete button. To reset the
input, click Clear button.
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Without any IP/IP range is assigned in White List table, none of
IP address/IP range is allowed to access DVR when White List
function is enabled.
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Network Bandwidth Limit
By Channel: Set the network bandwidth by each channel.
All: Set the total network bandwidth consumption limit.
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6.1.3.5
Alarm Setting
In the Alarm Setting dialog box, click Add to insert and set new alarm setting, click Delete to remove the
selected alarm setting, click Update to save the setting, Exit to exit without saving, and Default to revert back
to original factory setting.
1. Click Add to insert and set a new alarm setting. Click the items in the (8) Alarm Setting List if you want to
modify the alarm setting.
2. In (1) No./Name/Description enter alarm name and description. Alarm No. will be created by DVR
system.
3. In (2) Enable Time, the number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. Select the time and click
the block you want to activate or deactivate the alarm function. When it is deactivated the color of the block
turns white.
4. In (3) Conditions, you can set “Trigger if any” to activate if it falls to one of the conditions or “Trigger if all”
to activate if it falls to all conditions.
5. In (4) Camera section, select and click on the camera number (01 to 08 or 01 to 04) in Motion Detected
and Video Loss to set the condition for the system to alarm.
- Motion Detected: select and click on the camera number (01 to 16) to set the condition for the system
to alarm. Click Detail button to setup the system to send out the alarm when motion is detected and last
the time that user has entered in Continuous trigger duration.
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Video Loss: click the camera number (01 to 16) to set the alarm condition when video is lost. Click
Detail button to setup the system to send out the alarm when video is lost and status last the time that
user has entered in Continuous trigger duration.
6. In (5) Sensor, select and click on the sensor number to set the condition for the system to alarm. If the
sensor normal status is high, set the sensor condition to low.
- Continue trigger duration: Set a time period that when sensor has been trigger and stay in the same
status for that period, then the alarm will be sent out.
- Enable/disable the Abnormal Event check box, to set the condition of the event for system to alarm.
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System Reboot: when the DVR system reboot without abnormal condition, the system will send
out the alarm message.
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Abnormal Reboot: when the DVR system reboot in irregular condition, the system will send out
the alarm message.
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Recording is switched off: when the recording has been stopped, the system will send out the
alarm message.
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Network is switched off: when the network connection of DVR system is lost, the system will
send out the alarm message.
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Hard Disk failed: when the hard disk doesn’t work normally, the system will send out the alarm
message.
7. In (6) Alarm Reset, click the camera number to set the reset condition of alarm. Once alarm is reset, all
alarm action will stop at the moment. If the sensor normal status is high, set the alarm reset condition to low.
8. In (7) Action, you may now set the alarm action for the system to perform when the alarm condition is
activated.
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- Enlarge Camera View
Switch to only display video in Preview mode from where the
alarm is activated.
a. Select the camera from drop down list to specify which
camera video to be enlarged on screen when the alarm is
triggered.
b. Retrieve time: set the waiting duration before system
switching back to original Preview mode. If the retrieve time
is un-mark, the alarm video will keep enlarging until user
switch back to Preview mode manually. The retrieve time range is 0~ 600 seconds.
- Relay Output
Set to enable/disable the relay operation when the alarm is activated
and to extend additional time in second before it stops the relay
operation.
1. Beside the Relay Output check box, click Detail.
2. In the Alarm Relay dialog box, select from the available relay list
and in the ON column, set to enable/disable the relay operation
when the alarm is activated.
3. In the Retrieve time check box, you may enable/disable to
extend the relay operation time and set the duration in second.
4. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without
saving the setting.
- Send E-mail
Send an electronic text message. Beside the Send Email check box, click Detail.
In the E-mail Setting dialog box, click OK to exit
and save the setting and Cancel to exit without
saving the setting.
 Mail Server
Enter the SMTP Server and port. If your e-mail
system requires user identification, enable
Authentication check box and enter ID and
Password.
 Mail
Fill the mailing information.
 From: Enter the sender e-mail address.
 To and CC: Enter the recipient email
address and separate it with comma or a
semicolon (;).
 Subject: Enter the message title.
 Message: Type the message.
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(3) Snapshot
When send out the email, the DVR system will snapshot image of the selected camera channel.
 Select Camera: Select the channel that will be snapshot when alarm email is sending out.
 Video Size: Select the size of video that will be taken when snapshot. Auto means default size
that chosen by DVR system.
- Start Recording
Record the video from the selected camera.
1. Beside the Start Recording check box, click Detail.
2. In the Alarm Recording Setting dialog box, select the
camera to enable/disable video recording. Enable All
to select all cameras.
3. In the Frame Rate selection, select As Setting to
record the number of frames based on the Recording
Setting.
4. In the Start Record prior text box, mark and set the
number in second for the program to begin recording
after the alarm has been trigger. The time range is
1~10 seconds.
5. In the Stop Record after text box, mark and set the
number in second for the program to continue
recording after the alarm has ended. The time range is 1~999 seconds. If user doesn’t mark and set
the time, the alarm recording will continue recording until alarm is reset.
6. Click OK to accept the new settings and Cancel to exit without saving.
- Send to CMS (Central Management System)
Enable/disable the selected camera to send video to
CMS when the alarm is activated. Beside the Send to
CMS check box, click Detail. In the CMS Setting, select
the camera to enable/disable sending the video to CMS.
Enable All to select all cameras. Then, click OK to
accept the new settings and Cancel to exit without
saving.
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6.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in Remote Console
Name
Function
(1) DirectDraw
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Enhance the video quality.
Direct Draw function supports for certain VGA card. For more information, please contact your VGA card
vendor.
(2) Exit
Close the Remote Console.
(3) Audio button
Enable/disable the sound.
(4) Split Screen Mode
Select from four(4) different split screen type to playback the recorded video file of all the
camera, or one camera over the other or alongside on a single screen. If there are only 8
cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 13 and 16 split screen mode.
(5) Record
Start/stop video recording.
(6) Emap
Call out Emap of remote DVR to view.
(7) Network
Enable/disable remote system access. This feature allows you to access DVR server from
a remote location via internet connection.
(8) Setup
Configure the Remote Console setting. (see also Chapter 6.2.1)
(9) PTZ
To select PTZ camera.
(10) Preview
Switch to Preview/Playback mode. This allows you to view live camera display.
(11) Playback
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded video file. (see also
Chapter 6.4)
(12) Status Bar
Display the current date, time and hard disk free space.
(13) Camera ID
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode,
click the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
(14) Snapshot
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
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Name
Function
(15) Event Log
Display the Event logs, Operation logs, System logs, and Network logs.
(16) Auto Scan
Enable/disable channel switch cycle.
(17) Full screen
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video. To return, Right-click the mouse
or press ESC on the keyboard.
(18) Alarm
Alert and display warning info.
6.2.1
To Setup Remote Console Setting
Click Setup button to call out the System Setting windows. Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to
exit without saving the setting.
(1) Storage Path
Set the directory on where to save the data. When there is not enough free space to record one hour data, the
system automatically replaces the oldest data. In case you have more than one storage path, the system
automatically saves the data to the next storage path. By default the data is stored in C:\RemoteData, to insert
another storage path, click Add. To remove the selected path, click Delete.
- Enable network storage: Select the Enable network storage check box to send the recorded video in
network-attached storage.
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To add network storage, the Internet storage drive/folder must be mapped as Network Driver in DVR
server.
(2) Language
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the
selected language. By default the language is in English.
(3) Remote Server
Enter the DVR Server IP and Server Port number.
(4) Channel Settings
The numbers from 1 to 16 represent the camera ID. In Transmitting
Channels section, enable the camera number to receive the camera
signal from the server. In Visible Channels section, enable the camera
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number to view the camera signal on Remote Console screen. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL
check box.
6.2.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in PTZ Camera Controller
(5)
(4)
(3) (2)
(1)
(6)
(11)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Name
Function
(1) Close
Exit PTZ camera controller.
(2) Setup
Select the PTZ camera to operate.
(3) AutoPan
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the selected camera group preset position
number.
Adjust the focus manually to produce clear image.
Zoom in and out the image.
Adjust and position the focal point of the PTZ camera. The direction buttons only support up,
down, right, and left direction.
Display the PTZ camera number that is being operated.
Adjust the moving speed of the PTZ camera lens.
(4) Focus +/(5) Zoom +/(6) Direction buttons
(7) Camera ID pane
(8) Camera lens
speed controller
(9) Camera preset
position number
(10) Group AutoPan
Move the PTZ camera to the preset point.
Select to automatically operate PTZ camera in group.
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6.3
Using the Remote Playback
To use this feature, first you need to select the source of the file. In the Select Playback Mode dialog box,
choose Local Playback to open the file that is recorded in the Remote Console, and Remote Playback to
open the file that is recorded in the DVR server. When you choose Remote Playback, select RealTime
Playback if your internet bandwidth is fast and big enough, otherwise choose Download and Playback.
Click OK to proceed and Cancel to void this operation.
In the Video Playback Date/Time Selection, the number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The
numbers from 01 to 8 represent the camera number.
To Make a Selection:
1. Select the date in the calendar. Use
and
buttons to shift the calendar to the left or right.
2. In the table below, click on the blue block to select and open the recorded file. The blue block turns red
when it is selected. The block that appears in white doesn’t have data. You can only select one block when
you choose Download and Playback.
3. Click OK to proceed and Cancel to void this operation.
4. If you select Download Playback and after making the selection, the system divides the selected hour into
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16 video thumbnails. In the Time Selection screen, click on the video thumbnail you want to download (see
also Chapter 6.4.3).
6.3.1
Familiarizing the Buttons in Local Playback
Name
Function
(1) Exit
To close the application
(2) Split Screen Mode
Select from four(4) different split screen type to playback the recorded video file of all the
camera, or one camera over the other or alongside on a single screen.
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- If there are only 8 cameras enabled, you won’t be able to switch to 13 and 16 split screen mode.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on the area you want to enlarge. To back to
normal view, right click the channel screen again.
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Name
Function
(3) Progress bar
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of
the track.
(4) Hour Buttons
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the specific time frame.
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The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on top of the hour button indicates that there
is a recorded video file on that period of time. If there is no recorded data within the hour, there will be no color
bar on top of the hour button. While the red bar indicates that you are currently viewing the recorded video file.
(5) Playback Control
Buttons
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x, or 1/32x.
Rewind: Wind back the video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x or 32x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the video file.
(6) Archive
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to where to start playing the
recorded video file.
- Day Light Saving: Mark it to only show the recorded data during the day light saving
period.
- Channel 01~16/Channel 17~32: Click it to switch between channel group 1~16 and 17
~32 of recorded data calendar.
- Open File: To open the recorded file from other direction/storage path.
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The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the
camera ID. While the red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video file. If there is no
any video data, it will be no color bar on top of the date button.
(7) Preview
Switch to Preview mode.
(8) Playback
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded video file.
(9) Status bar
Display the record date, time, HDD capacity in preview mode and play speed in playback
mode.
(10) Camera ID
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode,
click the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
(11) Export
Export includes Snapshot, Print, and Output Video Clip function.
Snapshot: Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg format.
Print: Print the screen shot.
Output Video Clip: Save the segmented file in *.dvr format (see also Chapter 6.3.1.1).
(12) Segment
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want (see also Chapter 6.3.1.1).
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Name
Function
(13) Full screen
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the
keyboard.
(14) Event Log
Show the record of activities that take place in the system.
(15) Visual Search
Search from a specific camera by Date, Hour, Minute, 10 Seconds and Second (also see
Chapter 4.3.5).
(16) Find Next
Search for the next event. You can use this when you are using Event Search function.
(17) Intelligent Search
Search the changes in the motion detector frame (See also Chapter 4.3.7).
(18) Audio
Enable/disable volume.
(19) De-interlace
To enhance the video quality. Set the de-interlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and #2, if it captures lots of movement.
6.3.1.1 To Cut and Save the Wanted Portion of the Recorded Video
1.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to start the cut. Then, click Segment to set the begin mark.
2.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar and pause on where you
want to end the cut. Then, click Segment to set the end mark. To cancel segmentation or set the segment
marks from the start, click Segment button again.
3.
4.
Click Export > Output Video Clip button to save the wanted clip.
In the Save As dialog box, locate on where you want to save the file or choose to Burn the video segment
to VCD/DVD ROM (only for .*mpeg file format).
Select the file type and select the camera information display position when playback. The camera
information will be the information of server name that user has defined in Network Setting.
If the select the file type is *.avi, user can mark included audio to include audio in output video segment.
To adjust Video Quality if needed.
And, select the Optimize for speed for faster file opened. For saving storage, select Optimize for storage
(*.mpg and *.avi file format only).
Click Save to save the video segment.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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6.3.2
Familiarizing the Buttons in RealTime Playback
Name
Function
(1) Exit
(2) Split Screen Mode
To close the application
Select from 6 different split screen type to playback the recorded video file of the entire camera,
or one camera.
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If there are only 8 cameras enabled, you won’t be able to switch to 13 and 16 split screen mode.
To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on the area you want to enlarge.
(3) Progress bar
(4) Hour Buttons
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Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of the
track.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the specific time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on top of the hour button indicates that there
is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the red bar indicates that you are currently viewing the
recorded video file.
(5) Playback Control
Buttons
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x, or 1/32x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x, 16x or 32x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
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Name
Function
(6) Archive
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to where to start playing the recorded
video file.
- Channel 01~16/Channel 17~32: Click it to switch between channel group 1~16 and 17
~32 of recorded data calendar.
- Open File: To open the recorded file from other direction/storage path.
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The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the
camera ID. The blue colored column indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the
red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video file.
(7) Preview
(8) Playback
(9) Status bar
(10) Camera ID
(11) Export
(12) Full screen
(13) Event Log
(14) Audio
(15) De-interlace
Switch to Preview mode.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded video file.
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are in single screen mode, click
the camera ID number to switch and view other camera.
Snapshot: Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the
keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to toggle to only display one
of the video in the multiple-screen mode or all.
Show the record of activities that take place in the system
Enable/disable volume
To enhance the video quality. Set the de-interlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and select #2, if it captures lots of movement.
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6.3.3
Familiarizing the Buttons in Download and Playback
Name
Function
(1) Exit
(2) Progress bar
To close the application.
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to seek at any location of the
track.
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, or 1/8x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x, 16x or 32x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the selected language. By
default the language is in English.
Export includes Snapshot, Print, and Output Video Clip function.
Snapshot: Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
Print: Print the screen shot.
Output Video Clip: Save the segmented file in *.mpg, *.avi, or *.dvr format (see also Chapter
6.3.1.1).
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want (see also Chapter 6.3.1.1).
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the
keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to toggle to only display one of
the video in the multiple-screen mode or all.
Search from a specific camera by Date, Hour, Minute, 10 Seconds and Second. (See also Chapter
4.3.5).
Enable/disable volume
(3) Playback
Control Buttons
(4) Status bar
(5) Language
(6) Export
(7) Segment
(8) Full screen
(9) Visual Search
(10) Audio
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Name
Function
(11) De-interlace
To enhance the video quality. Set the de-interlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and select #2, if it captures lots of movement.
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Chapter 7
7.1
Using Mobile Device to Access DVR
Server
Using PDAViewer to Access DVR Server
Users can also use a PDA to access the DVR through Internet. Make sure your PDA support IE browser and is
connected to the internet. To use this feature, you need to install the PDAViewer software either thru ActiveSync
connection or download it from the internet. Please check if your PDA meets the 2 requirements below.
OS: MS Windows CE 4.0, PocketPC 2002/2003, Mobile 5 PDA version
CPU: ARM architecture
7.1.1
To Install PDAViewer thru ActiveSync
1.
Connect your PDA to your PC and make sure the PC and PDA is synchronized. Place the CD into the
CD-ROM drive then click Utilise and select the PDAViewer fold and click setup.exe to install the
PDAViewer program. And follow the on screen instructions.
2.
Click Next to continue.
3.
Read the license agreement and click Yes to accept all the terms. The system will then automatically install
the application.
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7.1.2
To Use the PDAViewer
1. Run the PDAViewer on your PDA.
2. Familiarizing the PDAViewer buttons.
(2)
(1)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(6)
(7)
Name
Function
(1) Connect
Hook up to the DVR server. Make sure you are connected to internet.
When the iView screen appears, click Add to add DVR server.
Enter the server IP, port, user ID, password and select the connection type. Then, click OK.
User can playback the recorded video from remote DVR server in PDAViewer.(see also
Chapter 7.1.3)
(2) Split Screen Mode
(3) About
(4) Minimize
(5) Exit
(6) Focus
(7) Full Screen
(8) Snapshot
(9) Zoom
(10) Direction buttons
Select between 2 screen display types. It also allows you to switch and view different camera
number or channels.
Display the PDAViewer software version.
Reduce the size to taskbar.
Close the PDAViewer.
Adjust the focus of PTZ camera to produce clear image.
Use the entire screen to only display the video.
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
Zoom in and out the PTZ camera image.
Adjust and position the focal point of the PTZ camera.
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3. To change the video quality, enable/disable audio, and select to display different camera, tap on the video
screen longer the pop-up menu will appear.
4. User also can view and change status of I/O devices.
5. On the preview screen, tap on video screen longer the pop up menu will appear.
6. Select the Remote IO.
7. The sensor and relay devices will list as below:
8. User can change the relay status. Select the relay and tap on video screen longer the popup menu will
appear, and then, select the status (ON, OFF, Tigger)
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7.1.3
To Playback in PDAViewer
1. Run the PDAViewer in the Programs.
2. Hook up to the DVR server.
3. Click Connect icon and select the DVR server
4. Click Playback to enter playback option screen
5. Select the camera, data, and time
6. Click Playback to start playing the recorded video
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7.2
Using JavaViewer to Access DVR Server
Using the mobile phone within Symbian Smart Phone OS or Java MIDP 2.0 above to access the DVR through
Internet. To use this feature, you need to install the JAVA Viewer program that it can be downloading it from the
DVR server through the internet.
7.2.1
To install JavaViewer from the DVR Server
1. Open the web browser and enter the DVR server IP (http://DVR server IP: port/Java-Viewer.html). Then
click Connect.
2. When the Download screen appears, select Java-Viewer.jad and download it to your mobile phone.
3. After the installation, the JavaViewer will be in your mobile phone system. To find the JavaViewer program
where is located, please refer to your mobile phone user’s manual.
7.2.2
To Use the JavaViewer
1. Run the JavaViewer program.
2. Enter the DVR IP address, port number, user ID, and password.
Please refer to your DVR server setting for that information.
3. And then, select the Connect to connect to DVR server.
4. Click Yes to accept the data from DVR server.
5. When connection is success, you will see the camera video on the
screen.
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6. To switch to different camera view, select menu and select the channel.
7. The JavaViewer support PTZ control function. If the camera has
enabled PTZ function, the camera name has a word “PTZ”. Using
button 2 to move PTZ camera up, 8 to move down, 4 to move to left, 6
to move to right, 7 to zoom in, 9 to zoom out, 1 to focus in, and 3 to
focus out. User also can refer to Help file for detail function control key.
Select menu and go the way down to select the Help file.
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Chapter 8
Using the Web Tools
The bundled Web Tools includes Dispatch Server, Remote Backup, and Remote Setup program. To install Web
Tools, place the CD into the CD-ROM drive then click Install Web Tool. In selection window, user can select the
application(Rmote iSetup, Remote iBackup) to install.
8.1
Remote iSetup
Remote iSetup is a tool for configuring DVR server from remote site. To install Remote Setup application, insert
the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive and click Install Web Tools and select Remote iSetup to install. After
installation, click
to start the Remote iSetup application.
8.1.1
To Add DVR server
User need to add a DVR server and make connection in order to setup remote DVR server.
1. Click Add
2. In Edit DVR windows, fill in the following items:
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- Name: give a name for remote DVR server for easy managing
- IP: fill in remote DVR server’s IP address
- Port: the port use to connect to remote DVR server. The port number is same the PCviewer port on the
remote DVR server. The default is 80.
- User ID: fill in the remote DVR server’s login account
- Password: fill in the remote DVR server’s login password
- Description: fill in a short description for the remote DVR server
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Click OK to complete adding remote DVR server.
The added DVR server will be listed and auto connects to DVR server.
Once the connecting is success, user can start to configure DVR server.
When connection is lost, click Reconnect to connect again.
To modify or delete the added DVR server, select the DVR server from listing and click Modify to change the
setting and click Delete to remove the DVR server.
8. User also can import the setting by clicking Import button. To save the setting to local hard disk, click Export
button.
8.1.2
To Setup Remote System Setting
The setting here applies to Remote DVR only. Please refer to Chapter 6.1.3.
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8.2
Remote iBackup
Remote Backup is purely for backing up the *.dvr file from the DVR sever. You can select between Auto Backup
and Manual Backup. Auto Backup continuously archives one hour of the recorded data at a time, starting from
the specified date. As for Manual Backup, it only archives the recorded data of selected date.
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To back up the data, you must have at least 2G hard disk space.
8.2.1
To back up the recoded data from the DVR server
1. Make sure you are connected to the internet.
2. Click Start >> Program >> DVR >> Web Tool >> Remote iBackup
3. To add the DVR server, click Add.
4. In the Add New DVR windows, enter the Name, IP, user ID, and password.
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5. Select the Backup mode:
Auto Backup mode: the backup will automatically execute when the setup is completed
- In Begin Date drop down calendar, select the date from where to start
- Click Add to set the storage path.
- Click Delete to remove the selected storage path.
- Click Schedule to select/unselect the time you want to backup. The red block turns white when it is
unselected.
- Enable/disable Disk Recycle check box, to automatically overwrite the oldest file when there is not
enough free space to backup the file.
Manual Backup mode: the backup progress will start when user press the backup button
- Click File Select to choose the date, time and camera you want to back up.
- Click Browse to set the storage path.
6. Click OK to complete the adding DVR server. The added DVR server will display in Remote Backup main
windows.
Un-mark check box
to disable backup
Click Start to backup
7. Click Start to begin backup and click Stop to stop backup progress.
While backup, the Start button will
turn to Stop button
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8. For manually backup, click file select button and select the DVR to backup.
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Appendix A Registering Domain Name
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) is a data query service mainly used on the Internet for translating
domain names into Internet addresses. It allows remote clients to intelligently search dynamic servers without
any previous enquiring for servers’ Internet addresses.
In order to take advantage of this intelligent service, first register your domain name on the following Web site
I.
Register the Domain Name on http://ddns.avers.com.tw
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User Login
Browse the website ddns.avers.com.tw with Microsoft IE or Netscape Navigator to access the following
dialog.
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First input the MAC Address in CD-Key No. column and select the product name. Then click OK to login or
Reset to clear the previous input.
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To find the MAC address of the DVR, click Setup > Network in preview mode UI. And then, click
Setting of the Main Configuration and user should see the MAC address in IP Information section.
User Information
Please provide the following user information, Host Name (user can choose any name he/she likes except
the one violence with other users), Password, E-mail, Company, and Country. And then, click OK to
complete the domain name registration.
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- Note that Host Name and Domain Name (avers.com) are the replacement for Internet address
while a remote client tends to search a dynamic server.
- Host Name column supports alphabet letters and number only. The maximum character is 15.
- The password maximum character is 12.
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I. Register the Domain Name on http://www.dyndns.com
1. Open the browser on your PC and enter the URL http://www.dyndns.com
2. Select the Create Account from the main page.
3. Enter the Username, Email, Retype Email, Password, Retype Password, and read the policy
agreement.
4. Click Create Account.
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5. User need to do the email verify in order to complete the account apply. Go to your mail account that user
has used to register the account to find the confirm mail.
6. After account has been confirmed, user can login to your account.
7. Select Add Zone/Domians Service to register the domain name.
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Appendix B
Network Service Port
The following table shows the ports that DVR server uses for certain network service.
Port#
Variable
5550
Y
PCViewer
80
Y
CM3000
80
Y
5005
Y
53/1053
N
Remote Console
Firmware Update
DVR DDNS (Upload / Download)
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