Samsung SSM-21FDQ User manual

SSM
mobile
English Android ver
1.0
SSM mobile is an exclusive application for smart phones and
tablet PCs that can be used to perform real time control and
monitoring and to search for and edit videos upon user’s request
by accessing the Samsung Techwin integrated monitoring
system product called SSM(Samsung Security Manager).
This manual was written on the basis of the Samsung
Electronics smartphone handset Galaxy S2. In case that
you use a different handset, you will see that some button
locations or flows are different.
SSM mobile can be downloaded and installed for free from
Google Play.
 SSM mobile can be searched by using the keywords, "SSM
mobile", "SSM", or "Techwin". (case insensitive).
0. Before Installation
To receive videos from your handset by connecting it to the SSM
system, it is recommended your handset have at least the following
specification.
Item
Recommended
CPU
1.2GHz DualCore or higher
RAM
1GB or higher
Available RAM
100MB or higher
OS
Android OS 2.3.x, 4.0.x, 4.1.x
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 The video service involves lots of data transmission, so if you use
3G or 4G (LTE) data communication service, excessive fees can be
charged according to your service provider’s policy.
 To receive reliable video support, the network speed shall be as fast
as 10Mbps, and when you access the 3G network or if you are under
unstable Wi-Fi connection environment, the video can be delayed or
disconnected.
 The Wi-Fi environment may be weak to the security, so you will have to
install a suitable vaccine program on your mobile device.
Your handset will be tested for its software quality in the
following conditions.
- Samsung Galaxy S2 (Android v2.3.5) series
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (Android v4.1.2) series
- Samsung Galaxy Note (Android v4.0.4) series
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (Android v4.1.2) series
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1. Start
To register the server information
1. If your SSM mobile has no registered SSM, you will be directed
to the <Add Server> page.
 Before using SSM mobile, please read this manual carefully to familiarize
yourself with how the SSM (Samsung Security Manager) system is
structured and how to use it.
 The SSM consists of the Console program for the client and the System
Manager and, Media Gateway for the server.
2. If you want to add a server to your SSM
mobile, enter the following information.
• Name : When registering a server,
enter an arbitrary name.
 Otherwise, you may use the server
name registered in the SSM Console.
 Duplicated server name is not allowed.
Be careful!
Add Server
SSM mobile
TIP
Name
Enter server name.
Address Type
HOST
Host
Enter the host name.
Port
Enter the port number.
• Address Type : Depending on your
Login ID
network access environment, choose
Login
and register either <HOST> or
<DDNS>.
If you enter a HOST type IP address, enter <Host> and <Port>
and if you use a DDNS type, then enter <DDNS ID> registered at
the DDNS service (www.samsungipolis.com).
• Host / Port : Set your server PC’s IP address and port number.
• DDNS ID : If your server, System Manager is registered at the
DDNS, then set the corresponding DDNS ID.
 If you select DDNS as your address type, the port input window will
disappear automatically.
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• Login ID / Password : Enter your user ID and password.
 Select <Save Login ID>. Then, you don’t have to reenter your login ID
again the next time you log in.
 Select <Auto Login>. Then, you don’t have to enter your login ID and
password the next time you log in.
 According to our security policy, if you enter wrong password for more
than certain number of times set in the Console, you cannot log in for
certain duration. Please remember you will be denied to access the
system during this time even if you enter the correct password.
 For more information, refer to Option Setup of SSM Configuration
Manager.
 If you want to access your SSM mobile, you can use the following
strings for your login ID and password.
If either ID or password contains other string than specified below, you
have to change it at the Configuration Manager.
- Uppercase Alphabets (A to Z) / Lowercase Alphabets (a to z)
- 10 Basic Numbers (0 to 9) / Non-alphanumerical Texts (ex: !, $, #,
and %)
3. Enter all the information and touch <Login>.
4. If you run your SSM mobile again, you will be directed to the
SSM Login screen you accessed recently.
 SSM mobile allows you to log in simultaneously with an SSM Console
user using his ID, but does not allow you to log in simultaneously with
another SSM mobile user using his ID.
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If you want to add a server
1. Touch the <
> button on the right of
the server name on the Login screen.
2. Touch the Menu button on your
handset if you want to move to the
Server List screen.
At the bottom of your screen, the
menu icons are popped up.
3. Touch <
>.
Add
Edit
Add Server
Delete
SSM mobile
TIP
Name
Enter server name.
Address Type
HOST
Host
4. Enter the information on the server you
want to add in the Add Server screen.
5. If you touch <Save>, the server will be
added to the Server List.
Enter the host name.
Port
Enter the port number.
Login ID
Save
Cancel
To edit the server information
1. Touch the Menu button on the Server
List screen on your handset.
At the bottom of your screen, the
menu icons are popped up.
Edit Server
SSM mobile
TIP
Name
Enter server name.
Address Type
2. Touch <
>.
DDNS
3. In the list, select a server to edit.
> button
Or, you can press the <
on the right of the server name you
want to edit to display the Edit screen.
DDNS ID
4. Upon completion of edition, touch
<Save>.
Password
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Please enter the DDNS ID.
Login ID
Input Login ID
Save
Cancel
If you want to delete a registered server
1. Touch the Menu button of your handset
in the Server List screen.
At the bottom of your screen, the
menu icons are popped up.
2. Touch <
Delete Server
SSM mobile
SSM 1
>.
3. Select a server to delete from the list.
4. Upon selection, touch <OK>.
The selected server will be deleted
from the list.
OK
Cancel
If no video is in service after server registration
1. Go to the SSM Service Manager to check the service status of
the System Manager and Media Gateway.
2. In the SSM Service Manager, check the IP addresses and port
setting values for the System Manager and Media Gateway.
3. Check your privilege information in the User group Information of
the SSM Configuration Manager.
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2. Live Monitoring
Site
1/4
View the video by the site
1. If you successfully log in SSM, the Live tab will be basically
displayed on the screen.
2. SSM mobile allows you to view the video by the site.
3. If you select a site where you want to view live videos, it will provide
them to you in the 4 Channel mode.
4. If you want to access the sub site, touch the <
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> button.
 Before you watch the NVR video, you have to register your device and
activate your camera. Without activated channel, you cannot access
the corresponding memory device.
 You can view and change the camera profile at Manage Camera of
SSM Configuration Manager. SSM mobile requests videos suitable
for the profile setup with a lower resolution.
 If you have changed the video codec, you should log out the SSM
mobile S/W and log in again to apply the new codec to the system.
Otherwise, the existing video codec will remain activated to affect
your simultaneous access.
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 Recommended Profile Information
For more stable live video monitoring, the following profile setting is
recommended.
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Codec
Resolution
Frame Rate
Compression /
Transmission
Quality
MJPEG
320X240 /
640X480
5fps
Normal (10)
H.264
320X240 /
640X480
10fps
Normal (10)
 The MPEG4 video codec is not supported.
 A video, if sized greater than 1.3 mega pixels, is not supported.
 As for a video sized over 640X480, only the main frames will be
provided.
Device Based Video Play
1. SSM mobile allows you to select a device from the list for
individual play.
2. If you select the Network Camera or Encoder, the video will be
provided in the 1 Channel mode. And if you select DVR or NVR,
the video will be provided in the 4 Channel mode.
3. In a storage device, you may select an
individual channel when you touch the
Move button <
> to move to the
sublist.
Live
Search
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Setup
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Bookmark
To change the channel
1. Touch the screen to display control buttons near the bottom.
2. Touch the Channel Change icon <
>.
It will display the list of channels you can move to.
3. Select a channel to display on the screen.
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 In case of the 4 Channel mode, you can move in a group of 4 channels.
Touch and slide your finger on the screen from right to
left to slide over to the next 4 channels in quad mode
display.
To switch to one-channel mode
Touch and hold briefly one of displayed 4 channels on
the screen, or double touch on the desired split to switch
to one-channel display mode with the selected channel.
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3. Controlling the Live Video
The video control function is available only in the 1 Channel mode.
Site
1/4
To View Network Status
You can use the Network icon on the right side to check the live
video transmission status on the network.
Shows that the network connection is good and the
videos are received smoothly.
The network connection is not stable, so the videos are
not received smoothly.
The network connection is not stable, so the videos are
not received at all.
To Control Optical Zoom Function
You can control the network camera’s optical zooming remotely.
1. Touch the screen to display control buttons near the bottom.
2. For zoom-capable cameras, touching <
touching <
> icon zooms out.
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> icon zooms in, and
 Zooming range and level differ from camera to camera.
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You can also zoom in by pinch open using two fingers on
the screen. To zoom out, pinch close on the screen.
To control digital zooming
This function is for cameras not supporting optical zooming.
1. Touch the screen to display control buttons near the bottom.
2. Touch <
digitally.
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> button to zoom in, and touch <
> to zoom out
 Current digital zooming level is noted next to the digital zoom box,
and digital zooming supports zooming up to x16.
You can also zoom in by pinch open using two fingers on
the screen. To zoom out, pinch close on the screen.
Touch and hold to drag the screen in any direction to
reveal the hidden part of the image if enlarged bigger
than the screen.
To control Pan / Tilt
Supported by PTZ cameras only.
1. Touch the screen to display Pan/Tilt control buttons on the screen.
2. Touching the direction button moves camera’s Pan/Tilt to the
next step one by one.
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3. Touch and hold any of the direction buttons to pan and tilt the
camera continuously in the selected direction.
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 Pan/Tilt range and level differ from camera to camera.
Drag the screen in up/down/left/right direction to
Pan/Tilt the camera. Note that SSM mobile does not
recognize diagonal direction, which will interpret user’s
dragging as the closest vertical or horizontal dragging.
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 Even a camera device without the Optical Zoom function is equipped
with the PTZ Control button as long as it provides the External PTZ
function. This device does not support the Digital Zoom function.
 Pan/Tilt control result requires time for processing, since the
command should reach camera device and performed by the
camera. Video data size grows as the camera moves, which may
result in delayed display. In 3G networks, it may take more than a
few seconds to receive video data.
 In a network environment of poor stability, using Pan/Tilt control with
lower video quality settings may help reduce such delays.
To adjust focus
This function allows manual adjustment of the camera focus.
1. Touch the screen to display focus control buttons on the screen.
2. Use Near Focus <
the focus range.
> and Far Focus <
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> icons to adjust
To View Video Information
You can check the configuration information of a registered device.
1. Touch Check Information <
screen.
> icon near the bottom of the
2. A popup window with basic information of the connected device
appears.
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 To change the device settings, you should make a change manually
for each setting item.
 The SSM Media Gateway converts audios to the G.711 codec for
transmission.
To flip video image displayed
You can flip video image by rotating 180°.
1. Touch the screen to display menu and touch <
> icon.
2. Touch again to revert to the original screen.
To save the captured screen
Captures the currently displayed image and saves to the device
storage as an image file.
1. Touch the screen to display menu and touch <
> icon.
2. The captured screen is saved as an image file in the device’s
image folder.
To listen to the audio
As long as an Audio supporting device is connected, you will be
able to listen to the Audio in the 1 Channel Video Play mode.
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4. Searching / Playing Saved Video
To search by date/time
1. While logged in, move to the Search
tab.
Live
Search
Live
4. Touch a date to search video, and the
circular timeline (24 hours) appears.
Timeline is marked with color for time
zones having recorded data to be
searched.
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Setup
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Site
2. Select and touch a channel to search
for.
3. Dates containing data of the selected
device and channel are marked in the
> button on
calendar. Touch <
the calendar’s both ends of year/month
indicator to traverse to the previous/next
month.
Bookmark
Site List
Search
Bookmark
Search
Setup
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 If there are overlapping multiple data
for the same time range, an overlapping list appears.
To play searched video
1. Check the circular timeline and set the
time when you want to play the video.
2. Touch <Start Time> to set the
beginning time once time setup dialog
appears.
Live
Search
Bookmark
Search
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Start Time
3:27 PM
3. Touch <Play> button to start video
playback and it plays for about 60
minutes from the beginning time.
Play
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Setup
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 If the recorded video being played has interval of having no video,
playback skips such interval and continues from the next existing
position. The displayed play time may be different than the actual
recording time depending on performance of network and playing
device.
 For the efficiency, Audio is disabled during play.
 While another user is using the device, your access will be denied.
 Amount of Network Data Transfer for stored video
Codec
Resolution
H.264
640 x 480
10fps
10
0.69 Mbps
H.264
640 x 480
20fps
10
1.30 Mbps
H.264
800 x 600
10fps
10
1.10 Mbps
H.264
800 x 600
20fps
10
1.90 Mbps
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Frame Rate Compression Bandwidth
 Above network data transmission is calculated based on SNB-7000.
 Videos of more than 1.3M pixels are not supported.
 For smooth and proper playback of stored recordings, it requires
downloading bandwidth more than the specified minimum bandwidth
in case if the network has interference.
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To control playback
It provides basic playback control.
SRD-1640
1. Touch the screen to display control buttons near the bottom.
2. To stop playback, touch < > button to pause and the button
switches to < + > once paused.
3. To resume again, touch < + > button.
4. To control playback speed, touch < ) > button and the
playback speed indicator appears.
5. The video is played at the selected play speed.
6. Touch <
> icon to flip video image by rotating 180°.
To use the Timeline
You can jump to a certain point of playback by selecting time point
on the timeline.
1. Touch the screen to display 60-minute timeline.
2. The timeline shows the played video’s current playback time point.
3. Touch the time picker <
> on the timeline, and drag it to a
desired time point to skip to that point.
4. Touching the timeline automatically pauses the video playback.
Move the time picker and touch < + > button to resume playing.
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5. To Use Bookmarks
To Register Bookmarks
You can bookmark a certain playback point on the video as a
starting point.
1. While playing a video, touch < ★ >
button at a desired point to create a
bookmark.
SRD-1640
Add to boomark list
Please type your note.
OK
Cancel
2. The Add Bookmark popup appears,
enter a note of the bookmark and save
it. Inserting a note is optional, bookmark will be saved without a
note.
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 Up to 100 bookmarks can be added, and selectively deleted once
exceeded.
To Play Bookmarks
You can select a bookmark from the Bookmarks List to watch
videos at a certain time at the selected bookmark.
1. After moving to the Bookmarks tab,
select a bookmark from the Bookmarks
List that you want to play.
2. Playback control for bookmarked video
is the same as that of searched video.
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Live
Bookmark List
Search
Bookmark
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 If there are overlapping multiple data for the same time range, an
overlapping list appears.
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6. To Use Help
To see help screen
1. If you touch <Help> in the Settings
tab, you will be directed to the web
page where you can select a language.
2. If you select a language, the User
Manual will be serviced in the selected
language.
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Live
Search
Bookmark
Setup
Setup
SSM mobile
Application information
Help
About SSM mobile
 It may automatically detect your
displaying device’s language configured
and provide help in that language.
Samsung Techwin’s help is provided in
13 languages, and the default language
is set to English.
To check the software version
1. In the Settings tab, touch <About SSM mobile>.
2. You can check the information of the current software version.
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