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User’s Manual
ULTRA CCTV
TIGON 1648
Digital Video Recorder
Open the CD DISC for
1. Complete user and installation manual.
2. Central Management Software.
3. Remote Viewing AP Software.
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Power: Power On / Off switch
REC:
Recording
PLAY:
Playback
SEQ.:
Channel sequence
Split screen selection
0 ~ 9:
Channel select
Zoom:
Live zoom (2x)
FREEZE: Freezing live image
MENU:
Shortcut of frequently use functions
Setup:
Enter setup OSD menu
Spot:
Activate Call monitor. Quick Setup (Sequence ON/OFF, Fixed camera)
Frame by frame
reverse
Frame by frame
forward
Fast reverse
Stop playback
Direction button up/down/left/right
Enter button
PTZ: Enter to PTZ control mode
ESC: Exit menu
Alarm : Alarm output force control
Backup: Enter to backup mode
Fast forward
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System rear connection detail
1) Video Source Connection
It connects video sources (camera image) to BNC connector via cable.
2) LOOP OUT Connection
BNC connector of LOOP OUT can be used as output to other device’s input.
Caution : It may cause low quality of picture when connecting disconnected cable from any device
to LOOP OUT BNC.
3) Monitor Connection
CVBS OUT/SPOT : It connects normal CCTV CRT monitor.
S-VHS : It connects monitor that supports S-VHS(S-VIDEO)
VGA : It connects PC monitor or LCD monitor (not supporting DVI)
4) Audio Connection
It connects audio source (mic) to audio
input of RCA and connects speaker to
audio output.
5) Network Connection
It supports 10/100 BaseT, connects
Cat5 cable with RJ-45
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6) RS232 port Connection.
Reserve for technical support
7) USB port Connection
front
rear
Both USB port support USB devices such as USB mouse, USB external HDD and USB thumb
drive
8) ALARM IN (SENSOR) Connection
Remark : Max 6V/50mA
9) ALARM OUT Connection
* Alarm output 1~4CH
Support either NC or NO
Remark: Max24V/2A
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10) Factory Reset Switch and NTSC/PAL system Switch
NTSC/PAL Shift Switch
Factory Reset Switch
Press the factory reset switch located at the left side of NTSC/PAL switch to return to factory
default setup values.
This reset switch should be pressed during power on. After OSD prompts "Factory reset
detected" message, then you can release the switch. The booting procedure would go on under
resetting setup values
Turn off the DVR before you do the NTSC/PAL system change.
Restart the DVR again after the system mode changed is done.
North America: NTSC
Europe: PAL
11) Power Connection and power switcher
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Installation Guide for HDD & CD-RW/DVR-RW devices
You must set the hard drive Master and Slave jumper properly according to Hard drive
manufacturer's instructions to prevent system error and data loss.
Description
1. CD-RW/DVD-RW devices should be installed as “Primary Slave”.
2. First HDD for system needs to be installed as “Primary Master”.
MASTER : HDD#1
JR 1 : PRIMARY
SLAVE
: CD/DVD
MASTER : HDD#2
JR 2 : SECONDARY
SLAVE
: HDD#3
Guide Chart for installing several HDDs
CD-RW/ DVD-RW
Devices
HDD
Installed
HDD x 1
HDD
System
IDE
Connector
HDD#1
PRIMARY
MASTER
JR 1
SYSTEM
HDD#1
PRIMARY
MASTER
JR 1
SYSTEM
HDD#2
SECONDARY
MASTER
JR 2
HDD#1
PRIMARY
MASTER
JR 1
HDD#2
SECONDARY
MASTER
JR 2
HDD#3
SECONDARY
SLAVE
JR 2
IDE
Connector
PRIMARY
SLAVE
JR 1
HDD x 2
HDD x 3
SYSTEM
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System On
• Put the power to the DVR.
• Turn on the power switch at the rear and press power button in front.
• It takes about 100 seconds to boot (It may take more when network cable isn’t connected)
System Shutdown
• Press Power button, then shutdown menu appears. Enter power button to shutdown system.
• Or select [SETUP > SYSTEM > SYSTEM SHUTDOWN] to shutdown system.
•It takes 30 seconds to shutdown.
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on Screen
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OSD :
<Screen Indication>
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Top-Left
: Camera title
P – Pan/tilt (PTZ control)
A – Audio
Top-Right
: Record mode (Blue-Normal, Red-Event)
Motion status
Central
: Video Loss, Hidden Camera
Status Bar
: DVR status Indication
(Backup, HDD usage, Current Time, SEQUENCE, FREEZE, Login info. etc)
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Screen Split
Press DISPLAY button or mouse menu: changed on 1 -> 4 -> 9 -> 16 by turn
Direct Channel
1) Press channel No. on the remote control or front panel.
2) Click the screen to watch specific channel using mouse.
** Pressing No.1 button responds a bit delayed to wait a possible signal input of
No.10~16 (approx 2.5 seconds)
LOG IN
Login to menu for setup
Default: ID – admin
PASSWORD - 1
It is recommended to change ID and PW for your safety.
CAMERA ALLOCATION function (changing camera display position)
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2
1) Press Enter in the monitoring screen, then
box is selected at No.1 camera.
2) Locate the box to the camera No. you want to
move using direction buttons.
3) Enter the camera number to switch
4) Then, selected camera is switched with the
Camera number you pressed.
5) To exit, press ESC
Ex) Switching camera No 4 and 12.
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Menu Bar
* Click MENU button or right button of mouse
DISPLAY
1, 4, 9, 16
: Split screen change (the same as DISPLAY button)
Also can split 4 division window for display
ch1 ~ ch4 , ch5 ~ ch8 , ch9~ ch12 , ch13 ~ ch16
MISCELLANUEOUS
SEQUENCE
Sequence camera group regularly
FREEZE
Pause the screen
ZOOM
1 Full Live screen available only.
Select Zoom : Press zoom button and locate the box to magnify using direction keys
Move Zoom : It can be moved using direction key after press Enter.
<ZOOM selected screen>
<ZOOM screen>
Zoom screen may provide low quality or be shaken as formatted digitally.
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SPOT
2 spot monitors are supported and sequence / fix mode can be selected.
Select the Spot monitor in SETUP>DEVICE>SPOT MONITOR.
No OSD indication of camera number for SPOT output.
PTZ
Pan Tilt/Zoom/Focus/Iris Preset setting and moving functions are supported.
Each function can be different from each PTZ protocol.
ALARM
Control Alarm output function.
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STATUS
RECORD
Displays current recording status
EVENT
Displays current event information (motion/alarm).
DISK
Displays current Disk information
NETWORK
Displays current network information.
Also displays current connected client information.
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PANIC RECORD
Set recording mode in an emergency situation.
Press SETUP>RECORD> EVENT RECORD>FPS/QUALITY
SETUP
Select to enter into SETUP menu
CAMERA COLOR
Changes camera screen color
OSD
Changes OSD (On Screen Display's position.
SEARCH
Select to enter into SEARCH menu
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BACKUP
Select to backup recorded data.
1) Backup Device Search
4) Warning when data size is over
2) Select data to backup
5) Make Image after pressing OK.
6) Burning to CD
3) Calculate data size
It would block remote search during local backup procedure.
If users use defective media to backup, it might cause system reset
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BACKUP
Use USB device to backup .
1) Backup Device Search
4) Warning when data size is over
5) Copy data to USB driver
2) Select USB device to backup
3) Calculate data size
6) Backup to USB completed
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Note : After Backup to USB device , use windows Media Player to play the AVI file , if
your Media Player can’t shows any video , it should be the codec problem , you have
to visit the Xvix web site , http://www.xvid.org to download the Xvid codec and install
to your computer .
1) Media Player can’t shows any video
MUTE
Sound off
LOGOUT
Press SETUP>SYSTEM>USER
2) Visit the Xvid web site to download Xvid codec
http://www.xvid.org
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SETUP SCREEN
SYSTEM SETUP
INFORMATION: To show DVR information
DATE/TIME
: Setup date and time
DISK
: Show the HDD status and format HDD
USER
: User login ID and password setup
LOG
: System operation information
LOGOUT
: Logout system
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN: To shut down DVR
Remark: It takes more than 10 seconds to initialize (delete) the LOG information
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INFORMATION
INFORMATION
DEVICE NAME: User can change the DVR
name on his own.
LANGUAGE : Select language.
VERSION : Shows S/W version info.
(With UPGRADE button, you can upgrade
the newest S/W version)
Contact manufacturer or distributors for more
Upgraded version .
CONFIGURATION IMPORT : You can read setup values saved in USB or
Initialize the setup values
CONFIGURATION EXPORT : You can record setup values in USB equipment.
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DATE/TIME
DATE/TIME
Set date, time & Time zone of System.
When you use it for the first time
Set these items in advance .
It takes more than 50 seconds to
validate time setting.
TIME SYN
Synchronize time with internet time server.
Default time zone is USA CST
Set the GMT on the DATE/TIME list and
Adjust TIME SYNC.
NTP server function is only for DVR client
HOLIDAY
In the schedule record setup , it automatically
converts normal date to holiday schedule.
It works when record is setup as schedule mode.
It takes 90 seconds to validate holiday list
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DISK
DISK TABLE
Shows current disk information connected to
system.
IMPORTED : DISK installed
RECORD : RECORD possible
SYSTEM : DISK allotted for SYSTEM
TOTAL DISK FORMAT
Format all connected HDD disks.
(When you select info column of connected DISK separately,
You can format DISK one by one.
It takes more than 200 seconds to format a 750 GB hard disk
One of DISKS should be a system disk for recording system logs & other TEMP file issuing
purposes.
Backup devices such as CD-RW/DVD-RW need to be installed as Secondary Slave.
(JR 2 Connector. – Slave jumper setting)
<SYSTEM DISK selected Screen>
<On FORMAT Screen>
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USER
USER
Shows currently registered user lists.
User accounts can be added or deleted.
+ add account with this button.
X Delete account with this button.
USER ADD
Possible to add user account
according to authority.
CONFIRM LOGIN
When YES selected, LOGIN needs to be confirmed every time to enter into setup /
system menu.
AUTO LOGOUT ENABLE
LOGOUT automatically after a certain period of time.
AUTO LOGOUT TIME
Set idle time to LOGOUT
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LOG
LOG
Shows all log infos on SYSTEM and other events
CLEAR : Remove all log info.
UP/DOWN button : Move to next/previous log info
page by page .
Move to first part of LOG info.
Move to Last part of LOG info.
LOGOUT
LOGOUT function when exiting set up
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN
SYSTEM ends.
The same as POWER OFF button of front or remote control.
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NETWORK
NETWORK SETUP
LAN
: IP setup
DDNS : DDNS setup
E-MAIL: Setup E-mail address for event message
CALLBACK: Setup computer IP for event message
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LAN
MAX CONNECTION
Up to 7 users
STATIC TYPE
For STATIC IP selection, settings for
IP, GATEWAY, NETMASK have to be
setup manually.
DHCP TYPE
For automatic DHCP IP selection, users only need
to set up the DNS data.
(DHCP operation mode must be structured under
IP sharing device)
ADSL TYPE
Please check your local ISP for the your ID
and password.
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DDNS(DYNAMIC DNS)
ENABLE
Select if you want DDNS
This is under the situation of Dynamic IP
Network.
SERVER
Select DDNS server
EZDDNS : Specialized DDNS server operated by server
DYNDNS: DDNS common server
In order to use DDNS service
Account & HOSTNAME should be registered in the server first.
HOSTNAME
User name of IP ADDRESS ON Dynamic IP circumstance.
It is the same name as registered on DDNS server.
USERNAME / PASSWORD
Type the user name & pas word registered on DDNS service.
ROUTER
Check if NETWORK is through ROUTER or IP sharer .
Recommended to use EZDDNS Server rather than DYNDNS as DYNDNS is not optimized
The system.
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E-MAIL
ENABLE
Select when you need E-MAIL transmission.
ALL event information is sent to admin’s
E-mails.
SMTP SERVER
Write the MAIL sending SMTP server name.
AUTH ENABLE
Check when you need account
authority.
ID / PASSWORD
Input account & password .
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CALLBACK
ENABLE
Check to use CALLBACK function .
All event or specific information are sent to
“Agent” Program which is installed on P.C
CALLBACK ADD
Register IP address of P.C for callback
function
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DEVICE
DEVICE SETUP
CAMERA : Camera setup
ALARM
DISPLAY:
: Alarm setup
On screen indication setup
MAIN MONITOR: Main monitor setup
SPOT MONITOR: Call monitor setup
MISCELLANEOUS: Key tone and keyboard
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CAMERA
TITLE
Can change the camera name.
HIDDEN
Doesn’t show the screen on live mode
Even though it records and runs normally.
PTZ ENABLE
Check if you want to use PTZ function.
PTZ PROTOCOL
Select PTZ PROTOCOL.
Various of protocol information including
PELCO-D are implemented.
If you can not find one, please contact manufacturer
PTZ ADDRESS
When you use many of same PTZ equipments
You can name on these PTZ sites.
Site numbers can be from 0 to 255.
PTZ PORT
Adjustable related protocol BAUDRATE, DATA BIT.
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ALARM
ENABLE
Check if you use specific ALARM.
TITLE
Changes connected ALARM names.
ALARM TYPE
Select specific ALARM TYPE.
(NORMAL OPEN, NORMAL CLOSE)
MAIN MONITOR
Set up SEQUENCE, EVENT POPUP
of main monitor.
SEQUENCE
Set up the screen switching times.
EVENT POPUP
Check if you want event pop up function.
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DISPLAY
Shows all OSD display details.
CAMERA INFOMATION
Selects the display of CAMERA NO, TITLE
EVENT INFOMATION
Select OSD display for the EVENT.
STATUS INFORMATION
Shows various status of OSD.
SPOT MONITOR
Set up functions of SPOT MONITOR.
SPOT NUMBER
Select SPOT output numbers.
SPOT SEQUENCE ENABLE
Select SPOT switching channel.
FIXED CAMERA
Select the camera number not to switch .
SEQUENCE CAMERA
Select which camera to switch.
SEQUENCE DWELL
Adjust switching times .
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MISCELLANEOUS
Control of remote controller/key related functions.
KEY TONE ENABLE
Select button volume on the front panel.
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RECORD
RECORD SETUP
RECORD POLICY: HDD status setup when recording is full
RECORD
: Recording setup (resolution, recording status, alarm, motion etc)
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RECORD POLICY
HDD status setup when recording is full
- Two types (Single Record, Overwrite)
RECORD
Recording setup for each camera
Remark:
Under half D1, the aspect ratio of local
AVI backup will be adjust to 8:3
RECORD MODE
Set up record type.
Default as OFF record mode.
NORMAL/EVENT RECORD FPS
Recording frame rate setup
NORMAL/EVENT RECORD QUALITY
Recording quality setup
SCHEDULE
Schedule recording setup
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EVENT
EVENT SETUP
MOTION : Motion setup
SENSOR: NO/NC setup
VIDEO LOSS: Video loss detection setup
SYSTEM: Event action setup
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MOTION
SETUP
Set up the MOTION area & sensor.
RECORD
Set pre& post record mode.
When record frames are less, PRE/POST
RECORD need to be set a lot more for
correct record search.
ACTION
Setting up list for how to act after EVENT.
-POPUP CAMERA/DWELL
:Set popup channel & time.
-ALARM/BUZZER DWELL
:Set alarm & buzzer time.
-E-MAIL
:Select EVENT info to be sent by e-mail.
-CALLBACK
:Select EVENT info to be sent to AGENT.
-WRITE LOG
:Select to write LOG info.
Click mouse right or MENU KEY button
to see motion area window
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SENSOR
SETUP
Set the SENSOR name & TYPE.
NORMAL OPEN : Normally it opens
and sends signals when detects sensors.
NORMAL CLOSE : Normally it closes,
and it sends SIGNAL when detects sensors.
RECORD
Set Connecting camera,
Pre, post record.
When record frames are less, PRE/POST
RECORD need to be set a lot more for
correct record search.
ACTION
Setting up list for how to act after EVENT.
POPUP CAMERA/DWELL
:Set popup channel & time.
-ALARM/BUZZER DWELL
:Set alarm & buzzer time.
-E-MAIL
:Select EVENT info to be sent by e-mail.
-CALLBACK
:Select EVENT info to be sent to AGENT.
-WRITE LOG
:Select to write LOG info.
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VIDEO LOSS
VIDEO LOSS can be an event type and
can set camera record and action.
SETUP
Select whether you want VIDEO LOSS
Function or not.
RECORD
Set connecting camera Pre& post record.
When record frames are less, PRE/POST
RECORD need to be set a lot more for
correct record search.
ACTION
Setting up list for how to act after EVENT.
POPUP CAMERA/DWELL
:Set popup channel & time.
-ALARM/BUZZER DWELL
:Set alarm & buzzer time.
-E-MAIL
:Select EVENT info to be sent by e-mail.
-CALLBACK
:Select EVENT info to be sent to AGENT.
-WRITE LOG
:Select to write LOG info.
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SYSTEM
Sets how to operate event related with
DISK mainly.
DISK FULL
Sets when HDD is full of record.
DISK ERROR
Sets when there is an error on HDD.
This function has been removed.
S.M.A.R.T
Enables the system to prevent possible
malfunction of HDD by interfacing
between system and HDD.
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SEARCH
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1
2
1 Playback Screen : Video playback screen
2 Playback Time
: Playback Time Display
3 Display screen indication:
Playback Icon
Pause (Ⅱ)
Playback (▶)
Multiple Playback(▶ ▶, ▶ ▶ ▶, ▶ ▶ ▶ ▶)
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SEARCH MENU
DISPLAY
Select screen division mode. (1,4,9,16 split screen)
CALENDAR SEARCH
Select date , hour, minutes, seconds in calendar search.
When you click MINUTE, you can find the specific record status under minute base
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EVENT SEARCH
It shows all EVENT record list.
If you click related EVENT,
It plays that event promptly.
It may not be the same channel image as
shown on EVENT LIST because it shows the
first display image recorded at that time zone.
SEARCH KEY
Can be selectable on EVENT search.
-START/END
:Set EVENT search start, end time.
-MOTION/SENSOR/VIDEO LOSS
:Selectable per each camera
DATE/TIME SEARCH
Search data by Date/Time .
You can search the event promptly
When you know the exact event time.
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FIRST
Move to the beginning of the recorded data.
LAST
Move to the end of the recorded data.
BOOKMARK
When you set up a Bookmark time, this time will be
set as the starting time during back up.
PLAYBACK USER INERFACE
Playback buttons appears when locate the mouse pointer at the bottom of screen
SEARCH KEY
PLAY/PAUSE : Press PLAY to start from the position that was stopped from previous playback
Step backward / calendar search in
live mode
Fast backward / Beginning of
record time in live mode
Stop playback (Return to Live Display)
Step forward / Event search in live mode
Fast forward / Last record time in live mode
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DEVICE
Search for internal record disks or external
Backup devices.
LOCAL DEVICE
Search the data of internal DISK.
BACKUP DEVICE
Search backup device (Select when you play the backup data.)
If there are various back up devices , you can select a specific one .
It only supports DVD +R/-R and CD RW discs for backup
If you can not play the AVI file from backup, please visit Xvid web site at http://www.xvid.org
to download the Xvid codec for installation.
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REMOTE
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<REMOTE PROGRAM IS?>
With connected to DVR remotely, it is to perform Remote Monitoring, Remote
Search, Remote Backup etc. (Please install remote program from the program
CD)
Environment conditions for Remote Program
1. INTEL P-4
2. 256M or higher main memory(512M recommend)
3. WINDOWS O/S(WIN 2000, XP, Vista(32bit))
4. 32MB VGA card supports RGB (ATI series recommend)
5. At least 10Mbps network speed (Max 100Mbps support)
Please note that some buttons and graphics may not be activated at this moment.
Those inactivated buttons will be used later when system upgrades and expands
If the viewer opens on IE, user needs to put connection IP on
Select Internet Options Æ Security Æ Trusted sites
ADD this website to the zone
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Remote Control : Use Windows IE Browser
User can use Windows IE Browser connected to the remote DVR system .
Note : Right now no support Firefox browser connected to the DVR system .
First time use the IE Browser connected to the
DVR system , it will display
“Click here to install the following ActiveX control :
‘WebControl.cab’ from ‘CMC TECH INC.’
Press the install button to install the
WebControl.cab to your computer
After install WebControl.cab completed ,
your IE Browser will display DVR control center,
Login with ID and Password , then you can
control the DVR system through the IE Browser .
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After login successful it display ON-LINE
Also you can use the client side application to
Remote control your DVR system .
Download this Remote control software just press
this button then it will auto download the software .
URL of remote software download
http://www.ultracctv.com/downloads/software/setup
_tigon_1648.exe
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1
Connection information
and Button
Shows DVR’s name, IP address and connection
status.
DVR connection button.
Add
: Enter IP address and user authentication
to connect DVR
Modify
: Modify IP address and user authentication
of the existing list
Delete
: Delete existing use.
<DVR Connection Window>
DVR name :
Specify a name that you can easily
identify.
Address :
Specify assigned IP address to
connect DVR (Type the Host name of
REAL IP or DDNS.)
<New Connection/Modify Dialogue Window>
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<What is IP address?>
A set of address system that is used to find out destination in network access via
Internet or LAN.
IP address is divided into REAL IP and VIRTUAL IP, and REAL IP must be sent on
DVR for the access from remote site via internet. You can be assigned with REAL IP
Or DDNS service ID (Hostname of Dynamic Domain Name Server).
Service Port :Set this the same as the service port assigned to DVR.
<What is service port?>
Function to make the virtual IP available to the devices such PC or DVR with
Automatic connection to the specified service port when remote access is made
To router via the router or IP Share of one REAL IP. (But this function is available
Only when router or IP Share supports it.)
User Name : Type the user name authorized in DVR
Password : Type the password authorized in DVR
Save Authentication Information :Save Authentication Information
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Program Information and Set up
Program Information :
Shows Remote Program’s
information.
Program Setup :
<Program Information Window>
Sets up Remote Program.
( Language, Display Output, Resolution, Save Path, Network
Speed Etc)
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Language :
To choose program’s language.
Video Display :
YUV mode : According to your PC
graphic card ability, the support can be
decided. This mode shows faster,
clear ability of image transmission than
RGB mode.
RGB mode : It is widely compatible
with most graphic cards, and select
this when YUV mode is not supported..
Resolution from 1024X768 starts :
It always shows 1024 x768 when you
check..
※ Above setting value will apply after
restart of the program.
<Program Setup Window>
<Recommended Graphic Card>
ATI series : Radeon7000series (More then 32M), RADEON series…
NVIDIA series : M64series(More then 32M), GEFORCE series…
Etc : VGA card to support YUV mode YUV…
Data Save Place :Sets ups basic path of AVI file to save.
AVI Saving time : Sets up saving time of AVI file from remote.
Network Speed :
High Speed : System sends off images at high speed possible.
Low Speed : System sends off images at normal speed in consideration of stability.
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Status Icon
Status icon of connected DVR
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<Recording Status>
Shows and check the recording status
<Event Status>
Shows DVR’s event status and you can
check the status of Motion, Sensor,
Video Loss at real time.
<Alarm Control>
You can On/Off the DVR’s alarm if you press
the Alarm control button.
<HDD Status>
Shows the connected DVR HDD status.
You can check temperature and status
at real time.
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REMOTE SEARCH Execution and Set Up
Set Up Execution
Pressing each button operates
REMOTE SEARCH or Set Up.
REMOTE SEARCH Execution
REMOTE (LIVE) and REMOTE
SEARCH are made up in separate
program.
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Remote Set Up <Camera>
1
2
3
4
1
Camera Enable has been removed.
2
Title : Item to revise/type the camera name.
Security : When checked, It displays ‘Hidden’ on monitor. (though it keeps recording)
3
Link PTZ : Sets up PTZ camera.
PTZ address: Item to assign PAN TILT address per camera.
Name :Item to check PTZ Camera’s model name.
ID : Item to select PTZ address per camera.
Port bit rate : Item to select the PTZ’s port bit rate.
Data bit :Item to select data bit.
Stop bit : Item to select Stop bit.
Parity : Item to select Parity.
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Audio : Item to select which audio channel to be used among total 4 audio inputs.
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Remote Setup <Alarm>
1
1
No : Item to select Alarm No.
To set up all the camera equally, Choose “select all”
Enable : Item to select to use Alarm, Removing the check stops using that channel.
Title : Item to type Alarm’s name.
Type : Item to select Alarm’s type.
- Normal Open : Type of alarm open in general situation.
- Normal Close : Type of alarm close in general situation.
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Remote Set Up <Record>
1
2
1
No : Item to select Camera No.
To set up all the camera equally, Choose “select all”
.
Resolution : Item to change the resolution.
- NTSC : 720X480, 720X240, 360X240
- PAL : 720X576, 720X288, 360X288
Normal Record Frame :Item to select normal record frame.
Normal Record Quality : Item to select normal record quality.
Event Record Frame :Item to select Event (Motion + Sensor + Video Loss) record speed.
Event Record Quality : Item to select Event (Motion + Sensor + Video Loss) record quality.
Schedule : Item to select record schedule.
- Normal : Always Record
- Event : Motion, Sensor, Video Loss
- N + E : Always + Event Record
- Clear : Delete the current record schedule.
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2
Remote Set Up <Record (Timetable)>
1. Select the
Record Mode
2.Select Day/Time
Schedule Indication by color
Normal(N) : (Blue)
Event(E) : (Red)
Normal(N) + Event(E) : (Green)
Clear (No Record) :
(White)
< Schedule of Record>
It is the list of selection in which schedule to
use in operating the relevant camera channel.
First select the item you need among
Normal time, Event and Normal time + Event.
Then drag mouse from the wanted position
on time line.
※ To edit schedule record,
you need to set record as schedule mode.
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Remote Set Up <Record Policy>
1
1
Record Policy: Item to select record policy
Overwrite : When HDD capacity is almost consumed, It erases old data and record new.
Single Record : To stop recording on 100% of HDD capacity.
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Remote Set Up <Motion>
1
2
3
1
4
Camera No : Item to select Camera No.
To set up all the camera equally, Choose “select all”
Enable : Selects to use motion sensor, Removing the check stops using that channel.
Sensitivity : Adjusts the sensitivity in motion detection.
There are 5 steps and as the number increase, it gets more sensitive.
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Area : Item to select motion area.
Area is selected when drag the mouse on the
image.
<Set Up Area Tool>
Area Detect
button
Area Clear
Button
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Remote Set Up <Motion (Link Record)>
Link Camera :
Selects which channel to record when
motion is detected on the relevant
channel.
※ Multiple selection possible
Pre Record : Sets pre-event recording time. (Max 5 second)
Post Record : Sets post-event recording time. (Max 60 second)
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Remote Set Up <Motion (Link Action)>
Popup Camera :
Selects which channel to Popup when
motion is detected on the relevant
channel.
※ It works when the Popup setting is
‘Yes’ on DVR.
Popup Time :
Sets Popup time
Link Alarm :
Select Alarm to be linked when motion
Is detected.
※ Multiple selection possible
Alarm Time : Sets Alarm output time. (Max 30 second)
Buzzer Time : Sets buzzer output time in DVR. (Max 30 second)
Mail : When motion is detected, the log is sent to the selected e-mail.
Call Back : When motion is detected, the log is sent to the selected IP address.
Log : Item to save Log writing when motion detected.
(It is not recorded on the system Log but used for event search.)
Motion detection function is a mode to detect in accordance with the amount of color
Changes of image. So, please be careful that DVR keeps recording as continuous
motion when the image of camera is blinking caused by light problem or camera
Auto Iris problem.
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Remote Set Up <Sensor>
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2
1
3
Sensor No : Sets sensor No.
To set up all the camera equally, Choose “select all”
.
Enable : Selects to use sensor, Removing the check stop using relevant sensor.
Title : Item to select sensor’s name.
Type : Item to select sensor type.
- Normal Open : Type of Alarm open in general situation.
- Normal Close : Type of Alarm close in general situation.
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Remote Set Up <Sensor (Link Record)>
Link Camera :
Selects which channel to record when
sensor is detected on the relevant
channel.
※ Multiple selection possible
Pre Record : Sets up pre recording time. (Max 5 second)
Post Record : Sets up post recording time. (Max 60 second)
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Remote Set Up <Sensor (Link Action)>
Popup Camera :
Selects which channel to Popup when
sensor is detected on the relevant
channel.
※ It works when the Popup setting is
‘Yes’ on DVR.
Popup Time :
Selects Popup time.
Link Alarm :
Selects Alarm to be linked when sensor
is detected.
※ Multiple selection possible
Alarm Time : Selects Alarm output time. (Max 30 second)
Buzzer Time : Selects buzzer output time. (Max 30 second)
Mail : When sensor is detected, the log is sent to the selected e-mail.
Call Back : When sensor is detected, the log is sent to the selected IP address
Log : Item to save Log writing when sensor detected
(It is not recorded on the system Log but used for event search.)
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Remote Set Up <Video Loss>
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2
1
3
Camera No : Item to select camera No.
To set up all the camera equally, Choose “select all”
Enable : Selects to use Video Loss.
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Remote Set Up <Video Loss( Link Record)>
Link Camera :
Selects which channel to record when
video loss is detected on the relevant
channel.
※ Multiple selection possible
Pre Record : Sets up pre recording time. (Max 5 second)
Post Record : Sets up post recording time. (Max 60 second)
3
Remote Set Up <Video Loss (Link Action)>
Popup Camera :
Selects which channel to Popup when
video loss is detected on the relevant
channel.
※ It works when the Popup setting is
‘Yes’ on DVR.
Popup Time :
Selects Popup time.
Link Alarm :
Selects Alarm to be linked when video
loss.
※ Multiple selection possible
Alarm Time : Selects Alarm output time (Max 30 second)
Buzzer Time :Selects buzzer output time (Max 60 second)
Mail : When video loss occurred, the log is sent to the selected e-mail
Call Back : When video loss occurred, the log is sent to the selected IP address.
Log : Item to save Log writing when video loss occurred.
(It is not recorded on the system Log but used for event search.)
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Remote Set Up <System>
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3
5
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2
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DISK FULL : List for all installed HDD disks.
Disk Full Notice Enable : Activate Disk Full Notice when installed disks are full.
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Remote Set Up <Disk Full (Link Action)>
Popup Camera :
Not available as of now
Popup Time :
Not available as of now
Link Alarm :
Selects which Alarm to be linked when all
installed HDD disks are full.
※ Multiple selection possible
Alarm Time : Selects Alarm output time. (Max 30 second)
Buzzer Time : Selects buzzer output time (Max 30 second)
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Mail : When all installed HDD disks are full, the log is sent to the selected e-mail
Call Back : When HDDs are full, the log is sent to the selected IP address.
Log : Selects to save Log writing when installed HDDs are full.
(It is not recorded on the system Log, but used for event search.)
3
Disk Error : Shows data error on all of the HDDs installed.
Enable Disk Error : When there is a disk error, it is linked to action.
4
Remote Set Up <Disk Error (Disk Action)>
Popup Camera :
Not available at this moment
Popup Time :
Not available at this moment
Link Alarm :
Selects Alarm to be linked when HDD
error.
※ Multiple selection possible
Alarm Time : Sets Alarm output time (Max 30 second)
Buzzer Time : Sets buzzer output time (Max 30 second)
Mail : When HDD error occurs, the log is sent to the selected e-mail
Call Back : When HDD error occurs, the log is sent to the selected IP address.
Log : Selects to save Log writing when HDD error.
(It is not recorded on the system Log but used for event search.)
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SMART
Enable SMART : Select to use SMART feature.
SMART Function??
It checks the physical errors and observes the HDD disk continuously such as
Temperature, I/O device errors and general conditions of the HDD disk.
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Remote Set Up <SMART (Link Action)>
Popup Camera :
Not available at this moment
Popup Time :
Not available at this moment
Link Alarm :
Selects which alarm to be linked
※ Multiple selection possible
Alarm Time : Sets Alarm output time (Max 30 second)
Buzzer Time : Sets Buzzer output time (Max 30 second)
Mail : When smart related problem occurs, the log is sent to the selected e-mail.
Call Back : When problem occurs, the log is sent to the selected IP address.
Log : Selects to save Log writing when smart related problem occurs
(It is not recorded on the system Log but used for event search.)
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PLAY & PAUSE
Starts or stops image transmission on the Remote Live screen.
This starts automatically when search or set in the setup menu.
Starts to play when pressed.
6
Stops to play when pressed.
AUDIO Transmission
Controls Audio volume. ※Audio signal is sent on full screen mode only.
Sound volume control gauge
Mute Button :
Stops audio transmission.
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Right Mouse Click Action
When the right button is clicked on Remote Live, the following menu below appears and the
following functions can be used.
Whole Screen : Hides the function
button and shows the image full
screen.
AVI Saving Begins :
Starts AVI saving of the channel
Selected.
※Audio signal is saved on full
screen mode only.
Image Saving.. : Save image file of channel selected (Save JPEG or BMP)
Printing..
: Print current image of the channel.
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Channel Button
Moves to the channel selected and it has the same function as double click the left mouse
button on the selected channel.
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Layout Modify Button
Screen Division Button : Selects desirable screen division.
Whole Screen : All buttons are hidden and the screen displays full.
※ Left double click of mouse returns to the previous screen from whole screen.
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PTZ Operation
A camera supporting PTZ can be
used on Remote Viewer program.
※ Refer to PTZ support list
Direction Button :
Button to move top, bottom, left, right
Channel Indication :
Indicate current channel
Speed Control Button :
Button to control moving speed
Image Control Button :
Button to adjust Zoom, Focus, Iris
Pre set move button
Pre set save button
Preset Move: Move to saved preset No.
Preset Save : Save preset No.
<Preset Move>
<Preset Save>
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Remote Search
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4
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6
10
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8
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3
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Playback Display
Camera Name
Green Border Line :
Display the selected
camera.
Recorded
Date/Time
2
SECTION
Selects section
Section is created when Date/Time is changed to former time.
Former Date/Time will be kept in section 0.
Newly set Date/Time will be kept in section 1……
**Only one remote-playback connection is allowed
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Move & Event Search
Move Button : Move to selected time
Event Search Button : Popup the event search window
Shows start and end time of recorded
data.
Moves to the time to search and press
OK button.
<Move Window>
Select the time to event search
Select events in detail.
Select the camera to search.
Start event search. Click below Import
button to list events.
Shows current searched event lists.
Hotkey :Play the searched event.
Click Stop button first and select a
certain event list and click Hotkey to play
the event.
<Event Search Window>
Import : Search the next event list.
※ 10 lists are shown every time clicks
import buttton
Please make sure to select “WRITE LOG” of the system.
If not, event lists aren’t searched.
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Connection Information and Button
Shows DVR’s name, IP address and connection
status.
Backup play button
Connect/Disconnect Button :
Button to connect to other DVR in the saved list
When many DVRs are registered
in the DVR list, each DVR can be
remotely searched without closing
The Remote Program.
<Connection List Window>
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The linked list s can’t be edited
while search.
Playback Button
Play / Pause
Previous Frame :
Play previous frames
reverse direction
Next Frame :
Play next frames
forward direction
Starting :
Move to starting
of record data
End :
Move to end of record data
Fast Rewind : Fast reverse
play every 1 minute
Fast Forward :
Fast play every 1 minute
Speed Control Bar
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Screen Division Button
Screen Division Button
7
AUDIO Play
Controls audio volume. ※Audio signal is sent only on one full screen.
Sound volume control gauge
Mute Button :
Stops audio transmission
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Image Control Button
Brightness
Brightness adjustment button :
Adjusts the brightness of playing images.
Contrast
Blurring
Sharpness
Contrast adjustment button :
Adjust the contrast of playing images.
Blurring adjustment button:
Adjusts the blurring of playing images.
Sharpness adjustment button:
Adjust the sharpness of playing images.
Zoom Button :
Zoom the selected part
Reset button :
Initializes the adjusted image to original image.
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Saving Button
Back Up :
Backup the searched image as
compressed image file.
Backup
Print
Image Save
Print :
Print the searched images.
AVI Save
Image Save :
Saves the searched images as Image File.
(Save JPEG or BMP)
AVI Save :
Saves the searched images as AVI file.
Storage Information :
Select start and end time to backup
image.
Backup Camera :
Select the camera to backup
Including :
Selects audio and event to include.
Backup Path :
Selects the path to backup
Total Capacity :
Shows total capacity
Used Capacity :
Shows used capacity
Left Capacity :
Shows remaining capacity
<Backup Window>
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Preview :
Preview of the images to print,
which is printed with various information
written on the bottom of the image.
<Preview Window>
Image Format
JPG format :
Definition has a little loss due to loss
compression method, but archiving size
is small.
BMP format :
Archiving size is a bit big due to no
compression, but it can be saved as
higher definition than JPG.
<Image Save Window>
Saving Path :
Selects the path to backup.
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Storage Information
Selects camera No and start/end time to
save.
Including :
Selects audio to include.
Back Up Patch :
Selects the path to backup
Total Capacity :
Shows total capacity
Left Capacity :
Shows remaining capacity
<AVI Save Window>
Check “Caption option” of Media Player to display time/date of playing AVI file.
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Right Mouse Click Action
When the right button is clicked, the following menu below appears and the following
functions can be used
Original Size : Shows original size.
AVI Saving :
Starts to save AVI file
※ Audio signal is save only on full
screen.
Image Saving.. : Save image of the selected camera (Save JPEG or BMP)
Printing..
: Print current image of the camera
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Time Table
Selects year/month/day and hour/minute to search the recorded data.
Year/Month Select Button :
Button to move previous and next month.
Recorded Date (Blue) :
Shows recorded date in blue.
Current Date (Blue Round) :
Shows current date in blue round.
No Recorded Date (Black) :
Shows no recorded data in black.
Timeline Display : Displays in 24 hours system and one each line is 1 hour unit.
Camera Selection Button :
Select the camera.
Minute selection Pointer::
Select the minute.
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Backup Playback
Backup Playback Button :
Click to backup playback
Select the backup data to play.
Backup playback can play a data
of Image file.
Windows Media Player can play a
data of AVI image files .
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PLAYER
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2
3
4
1
5
6
Search screen
Camera Name
Green border line :
Display the selected
camera.
Recorded
Time/Date
2
Starting/End
Move to starting record data
Play Progress Bar
Move to end of record data
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Play button
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Stop
Play / Pause
4
Sound volume Control Button
※Audio signal is sent only on one full screen.
Sound volume control gauge
Mute Button :
Stops audio transmission
5
Layout Button
Layout button : Button to select screen division mode .
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Call function/Program Info
Information :
Shows program
information.
<Program Info Window>
Call Function Button :
Button to call in the back up file.
Select the backup data to play
Backup playback can play a data
of Image file.
Windows Media Player can play
a data of AVI image files .
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Program execution
¾ Login
When program is first executed, puts in ID,Password
Default – ID: admin , Password: 1.
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CMS Main screen
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Function button
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User Management
Add, edit, delete of CMS account.
≫Add : add CMS user
≫Edit : revise user ID, PASSWORD
≫Delete:
: delete user
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▣ CMS System Requirements
OS
CPU
Win 2000 / Win XP / Win Vista
INTEL P-4 2.4Ghz or over(recommendsP-4 3Ghz,over )
Main Memory
512MByte or over (recommends 1Gbyte,over)
Video Memory
64M over supports RGB (recommends 128Mbyte over)
Resolution
1024*768 over
Lan Card
10/100 Supporting card
Protocol
TCP/IP
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¾ User name :
Type the user name authorized in DVR
¾Password:
Type the password authorized in DVR
¾ User explain:
Shows the user information
<Use management add/modify >
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Option management
¾Language : To choose program’
language.
¾Video output : ATI
YUV mode : According to your PC
graphic card ability, the support can be
decided. This mode shows faster, clear
ability of image transmission than RGB
mode.
¾RGB mode : nVidia
It is widely compatible with most graphic
cards, and select this when YUV mode
is not supported.
※ Above setting value will apply after
restarting of the program.
<Option management>
<Recommended Graphic Card>
ATI series : Radeon7000 series (More than 32M, more than 64M recommendable), RADEON series…
NVIDIA series : More than M64 series (Min over 32M, more than 64M recommendable), GEFORCE series
Etc :VGA card to support YUV mode… , Recommended 2 times memory when dual monitor is used.
¾Date save place
Sets ups basic path of AVI file to save
¾AVI Saving time
Sets up saving time of AVI file from CMS.
¾Network Speed
High Speed : System sends off images at high speed possible.
Low Speed : System sends off image at normal speed in consideration of stability.
¾Event Sound
Set ups sound file (*.wav), when the event occurs.
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Group management
Add, modify and delete a group in DVR
¾Add…
: Add a group information
¾Modify...: Modify a group information
¾Delete
: Delete existing group information.
¾Group name :
Specify a group name in DVR
¾Group information:
Specify a group information
※ To register DVR , you need to register a group first.
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DVR Management
Add /modify/Delete DVR connection in
the CMS
Add
Modify
Delete
: Enter IP address and user
authentication
to connect DVR
: Modify IP address and user
authentication of the existing list
: Delete existing use.
¾DVR name:
Specify a name that you can easily
identify.
¾Group :
Select the DVR group
¾Address :
IP address to connect
(type IP or DDNS Host Name)
¾Service port :
Set service port same to DVR’s one
¾User name:
Type user name of DVR authorized
¾Password : Type password to DVR authorized .
¾Connect all : connect all when it connects
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VIEW Management
Adds, edits, deletes Live/ E-map showed in CMS
¾Add… : add View information
¾Edit... : edit View information
¾Delete : delete View information
¾View name :
put in any name for user to know easy
¾kinds :
select LIVE or MAP
¾Map file :
In case the View is map, select to be used
image
¾View name :
put in any name for user to know easy
¾Map file :
In case the View is map, select to be used image
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Program Information
Available to run the Log Viewer of
the version and updated Information
on CMS.
Log Viewer
By CMS, it makes the log of time, IP address, connecting port and status on
connecting system.
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Program Exit
It exits CMS.
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DVR Tree
1
2
1
All Connection
It connects all DVRs nominated on the DVR
information.
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4
2
5
All Disconnection
It disconnects all DVRs connected on the
DVR information.
3
Group
Indication of the Group of the DVR
4
DVR
Indication of disconnect DVR
Indication of connect DVR
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Camera
Making the camera icons enabled, on
connected with the DVR.
Indication of the camera status disconnected
with the DVR
Indication of the camera status connected with the DV
Indication of camera status on the motion
detection
Indication of camera status on the video
loss
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Sensor
Making the sensor icons enabled, on connected with the DVR
Indication of the sensor status disconnected with the DVR
Indication of the sensor status connected with the DVR
Indication of sensor status on the sensor detection
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Main Screen
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Live Screen
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3
2
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Channel name
2
Recording Status
3
DVR name
4
Current time
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Pop-up menu on clicking the right button of mouse,
•Stop : Temporary stops the current image of live view.
•Close: On the live view, it deletes the live channel.
•Image storage : Storage of the current live view as the
image.
•Print: Printing out the current live view.
•AVI : Storage of the current live view as AVI file.
<AVI Storage>
On storing AVI, it stops the archive automatically by the setup time
on the option, without any stop order.
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Screen Splitting Button
It supports up to 64 screen splitting.
• Full Screen Button
It shows the view of live screen. .
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Screen Movement Button
On the splitting live screen, it moves the next or the before.
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PTZ
1
PTZ Disabled
2
PTZ Enabled
On clicking the PTZ button, the PTZ control panel appears. If the selected camera
has the disabled setting of PTZ, it will be disabled status like No.1pic. If not, it will
be enabled status like No.2pic.
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Preset Movement
It makes the preset moved to the selected area.
2
Preset Setup
It sets up the preset to the selected area.
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E-Map
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Enabled camera connected with DVR
2
Live view of selected camera
3
Sensor Detection of DVR
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5
Disabled camera connected with DVR
Motion detection of the camera
connected with DVR
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It makes other maps connected
(Map Link)
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Usage of Dual Monitor
On clicking the right button of mouse on the E-map tab, the pop-up appears.
¾Dual monitor movement
On the dual monitor function, the selected map is moved to the second monitor.
¾Event pop-up
On detecting motion, Pop-up automatically.
¾Event sound
On detecting event, the sound (that is set up on the option) happens.
¾Initialize map
Initializing the map screen.
Fixed Screen
Released Screen
Pop-up screen Window pop-up menu
¾Fixed
On selecting it, the live pop-up window is fixed. Unless fixed, the screen will be
closed automatically any times later. If fixed, the lock image will be shown on the
right top of screen.
¾Zoom-in double times.
Zoom-in of live pop-up window by double-times.
¾Close
Closing the live pop-up window.