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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
Purpose
This document provides details of the DVE-DM365 including its features and
functionality and how to install and configure the DVE-DM365.
Intended Audience
This document is intended for these target groups:
 Installation Engineers
 Network Administrators
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: It is pre-requisite to have knowledge of Wi-Fi and networking.
Document Conventions
The different conventions used in this document are explained in the following
table:
Table 1: Document Conventions
Convention
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file/directory names
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: Provides information about important
features or instructions.
: Alerts you to potential damage to a
program, device, or system.
: Alerts you to potential injury or
fatality and to potential electrical hazards.
All Courier New
Any option that needs to be selected or typed
in the user interface is represented using bold
font.
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Terms and Abbreviations
The different terms and abbreviations used in this document are explained in
Table 2 below.
Table 2 Terms and Abbreviations
Terms / Abbreviation
ARP
AVI
BLC
CIF
CIF
DHCP
DNS
DDNS
FTP
GIO
HTTP
HTTPS
IP
JPEG
LED
MJPEG
MPEG
OSD
PoE
PTZ
RTCP
RTP
RTSP
SD
SMTP
SNMP
SNTP
TCP/IP
UDP
UPnP
URL
VGA
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Description / Expansion
Address Resolution Protocol
Audio Video Interleave
Back Light Compensation
Common Intermediate Format
Common International Format
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Domain Name System
Dynamic Domain Name System
File Transfer Protocol
General-purpose Input Output
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
Internet Protocol
Joint Photographic Experts Group
Light Emitting Diode
Motion Joint Photographic Experts Group
Moving Pictures Experts Group
On Screen Display
Power over Ethernet
Pan Tilt Zoom
Real-Time Transport Control Protocol
Real-Time Transport Protocol
Real Time Streaming Protocol
Storage Device
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
Simple Network Management Protocol
Simple Network Time Protocol
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
User Datagram Protocol
Universal Plug and Play
Uniform Resource Locator
Video Graphics Array
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OVERVIEW OF THE DVE-DM365
RadiumBoards DVE-DM365 enables you to quickly and cost effectively convert
standard analog cameras into highly versatile IP Network cameras, which are
ideal for securing locations such as small businesses, offices, shops, hotels or
residences. The DVE-DM365 accepts NTSC or PAL video input from an analog
camera, converts to digital and then encodes the video into high quality H.264
format which can then be streamed onto an IP Network or stored locally.
DVE-365 is a modular design enabling and wide variety of connectivity, control
and power options.
X
X
DVE-L
X
X
DVE-XL
X
X
I/O
Network
DVE-Basic
Model
PoE
Processor
Table 3 DVE-DM365 Model Configurations
Interfaces
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
X
+ Power Over Ethernet (POE)
X
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
+ USB, Alarm In/Out, SD Card, UART
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
DVE-XXL
X
X
X
X
+ Power Over Ethernet (POE)
+ USB, Alarm In/Out, SD Card, UART
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The completely optioned DVE-DM365 assembly, shown in Figure 1 below,
contains four boards which are stacked together.
Figure 1 DVE-DM365 Assembly
Hardware Overview
Each of the four (4) different cards available for the DVE-DM365 is shown below
and may be used for reference. Note the images are for representation only and
may be slightly different depending upon build and revision.
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Figure 2 Processor Card
Figure 3 NIC Card
Figure 4 I/O Card
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Figure 5 Power Over Ethernet (POE) Card
Table 4 below describes the various interfaces to the DVE-DM365.
Table 4: DVE-DM365 Interface Description
Interface
Camera Connector
PTZ
Auto IRIS
Ethernet Connector
PoE
Power Input
SD Card Holder
USB
Alarm In
Alarm out
Debug Console
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Audio in, audio out, video in and video out interfaces
The Pan / Tilt / Zoom (PTZ) menu allows users to pan
(move left and right), tilt (move up and down) and zoom in
and out within a specific area with just a push of a button
and preset positions.
Automatically adjustable iris opening in response to
changes in light levels
Standard RJ-45 Ethernet connector for IP network
connection.
If PoE card is attached it allows transmission of power
and data via a single Ethernet cable.
Power adapter connection. This is a +12V DC inlet, which
connects to an external power supply. To be used if no
PoE is available.
For inserting the SD card to store data directly onto the
card.
USB interface can be used to connect the Wi-Fi USB
Stick or USB 3G dongle
Two alarm ports – input and output available on the back
panel of the camera.
Debug console is used for service and debugging
purposes.
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
: There is a secure digital (SD) card slot available on the right hand side of
the DVE-DM365. This is used for inserting the SD card and archiving / accessing
images or videos from the SD card whenever required.
Features
Radium’s DVE PCB suite is a modular design based on the industry leading TI
DaVinci DM365 platform SoC. This 4-PCB modular design allows multiple product
configurations as described in the table below.
X
X
DVE-L
X
X
DVE-XL
X
X
DVE-XXL
X
X
I/O
Network
DVE-Basic
POE
Model
Processor
Table 5 DVE-DM365 Module Configurations
Interfaces
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
X
X
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
+ Power Over Ethernet (POE)
X
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
+ USB, Alarm In/OUT, SD Card, UART
X
Audio-In, Video-In, PTZ, Iris, Ethernet
+ Power Over Ethernet (POE)
+ USB, Alarm In/OUT, SD Card, UART
The DVE-DM365 is a feature rich video platform which supports up to D1
resolution, H.264, MPEG and MJPEG compression, motion detection, privacy
masking, heartbeat snapshots and much more. The design supports multiple
alarm configurations and event detection. Through the USB port and appropriate
3G and Wi-Fi dongle(s), it can support 3G and Wi-Fi streaming.
The device also allows you to accelerate your surveillance camera product
designs especially since this design is ready and optimized for production and
comes packaged with production grade software, firmware, BSP and configuration
utilities.
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Major features of the DVE-DM365 include:
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TI DaVinci DM365 SoC based design
Modular Design – 4 Cards Allow Multiple Configurations
NTSC and PAL system support
Up to D1 Res (PAL:720x576, NTSC:720x480)
H264, MPEG4 and MJPEG encoding
10/100 Base-Tx Ethernet, Wi-Fi, 3G
Secure RTSP, HTTP
Video Motion Detection
Full regular recording: SD Card, FTP and NAS
PTZ Support
Multiple Alarm Configurations
Microphone and speaker support
Supports micro SD cards up to 32GB in capacity
Technical Specifications
The following table provides the technical specification of the DVE-DM365:
Table 6 Technical Specifications
Image Sensor
720 TVL max
System
PAL/NTSC
Audio
Compression
G711 , AAC Vol. 0 - 15
Talk back
2-way Audio
–
Video
Compression
H264 , MPEG4 , MJPEG
Resolution
D1, 4CIF, CIF, QCIF, VGA, QVGA
Frame Rate
NTSC: 5-30 FPS, PAL: 5-25 FPS
Bit Rate
64 Kbps-5 Mbps
Video Streaming
Simultaneous H.264, MPEG4 and MJPEG Streams.
Configurable Frame rate and rate control(VBR/CBR)
Image settings
Compression, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, HUE, Auto DC Iris
Profile Schedule
5 Different Video Profiles, Schedule different video profiles for day and night time
Network
Interface
10/100 RJ-45 Base-TX Ethernet, 3G Wi-Fi
Security
Password Protection: Secure RTSP, Secure HTTP
E-Mail and SMS Support
Full E-mail and SMS support, Test E-mail and SMS Settings
Supported
Protocol
IPv4, HTTP, HTTPS, SNTP,FTP, SMTP, DNS, DDNS, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP,
IGMP, RTCP, ICMP, DHCP, UPNP, PPPoE, NAS
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Multicast Support
Available
Regular Recording
Full regular recording on SD card, FTP and NAS storage
Intelligent Video
Video motion detection, Privacy masking, Heart Beat Snapshots
Events
Audio Detection, Video and Network Loss, Motion Detection, External Trigger
Alarm Action
FTP recording, SD Card recording with pre-post support, Alarm Out Trigger,
Audio alarm out with 5 audio files, NAS Storage, SMS, E-Mail
OSD
Date , Time , Camera Name , Frame rate , Bit rate
3G Support
CDMA - Ix , EVDO , GSM-Edge , GPRS, HSPDA , HSPA+ *
*Dependent on the data card
Wi-Fi Support
802.11 a,b,g,n *
*Dependent on the Wi-Fi Dongle
PTZ Support
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Focus 0 - 255 different Presets and Tours
User
Set 9 different users set with Different Privileges
Live View
Zoom
Zoom in and Zoom out up-to 4x
Snapshot
Local System Snapshot
Video Record
Local Video Record
Logging
Full System and event logs.
System Requirements
The DVE-DM365 may be configured from any PC that is on the same network.
The minimum requirements include:
 Operating system: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 7
 Browser: Internet Explorer 6.x with Service Pack 2 or later
 Minimum of 200 MHz processor
 128MB RAM (recommended)
 Cat5e Ethernet network cable
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INSTALLING THE DVE-DM365
Connecting the DVE-DM365
After completing assembly of the DVE-DM365 you may perform the following
steps to connect power and network to the camera.
 DC Adapter: Connect the power adaptor plug into the power supply jack
and then plug the adapter into a power source. Connect an Ethernet
cable from the Ethernet port into the PC.
 PoE Adapter: Insert one end of an Ethernet cable into the port in the PC
and other end into the PoE adapter. Connect another cable from the PoE
port on the adapter to the camera’s port.
 PoE Switch: Insert one end of an Ethernet cable into the PoE switch and
other end into the camera. Connect another cable from the PC into the
PoE switch.
Optionally connect external input/output alarm devices.
 Connect the cables of the alarm device securely to the supplied alarm I/O
terminal block.
 Attach the terminal block to the I/O terminal connector on the camera.

: Please use the power adapter supplied with the DVE-DM365. Using a
power adapter with a different voltage rating can damage this product.
Assigning an IP Address
After the DVE-DM365 is installed at an appropriate location you will need to
configure its IP address. The camera is configured through an Ethernet
connection. Ensure that the system is set on the same IP subnet address. For
example, if the default IP address of the camera is 192.168.1.168, then the
system should be set at 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254 (excluding the camera’s IP
address 192.168.1.168) and the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
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Perform the following steps to configure the IP address:
 Go to desktop, right-click
, and select

Right-click
and select
.
.
The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box appears.
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 Select the
checkbox and click
The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box appears.
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Click
. Set the IP address to 192.168.1.x and subnet
mask to 255.255.255.0, where x is a number between 2 and 254, except 168.
Click
to close all windows.
This connects the camera to the network. You can now configure and change the
default settings of the camera as explained in the subsequent chapters.

: If assigning the IP address fails, check that there is no firewall blocking
the operation.
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ACCESSING THE GUI
This chapter explains how to access the DVE-DM365 through a web browser. The
DVE-DM365 is functional with the default settings, but you can configure and
change these settings through the GUI
Log In
You can connect to the camera by performing the following steps:
Enter the http://192.168.1.168URL in the web browser as shown below to access
the GUI.
If the Active X is not installed then it shows an add-on for this website failed to run.
Perform the following steps to enable the Active X control:
a) Click on tools in the menu bar then click on internet options.
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When the dialog box opens, click on the Security tab.
b) Then click on custom level.
Then a security setting – internet zone dialog box will open,
c) Then enable all the Active X controls and plug-in.
d) After enabling all the Active X controls click on ok .then a dialog box open,
click on yes.
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Then again enter the http://192.168.1.168URL in the web browser to access the
GUI.
Then a login page opens.
Enter user name as admin and password as admin.
Click on login.
The default page (known as the Live View page) appears displaying the live video.
The following options appear in the Live View page:
1) Zoom in: The zoom in button enables you to zoom in the live video as you
can enlarge the view of an object to show more details.
2) Zoom out: The zoom buttons enables you to zoom from the live video.
3) Video Recording: The video recording button enables you to record the
live video in the local computer and the video is saved in My Videos.
4) Snap shot: The snap shot button enable you to take the snap shot of the
live video by clicking on the snapshot button and the snapshot is saved in
My Pictures.
5) Alarm off: The alarm off button enables you to stop the continuous audio
out.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
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For Recording and Snapshot buttons to work, Internet Explorer should be run
as an Administrator.
In case of video recording and snapshot on Client side, if My Videos and the
My Picture folder are not present in the system then they will be stored on the
desktop.
For accessing HELP on the web page the Pop up Blocker should be disabled.
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Accessing the Configuration
You can configure and change the default settings of the camera by accessing the
configuration in the Live View page. The menu further lists the basic and advanced
configuration options.
Follow the below steps to access the configuration menu page:
Click configuration in the Live View page. The Basic Configuration page appears
displaying the navigation panel on the left side.
The navigation panel contains the following options:
 System
 Network
 Audio
 Video
 Event-config
 Alarm-action
 Privacy-mask
 PTZ
 Users
 Maintenance
You can view and configure the sub-menus by clicking the respective configure
menu as shown above.
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CONFIGURE SYSTEM SETTINGS
The system configuration displays all the system information and you can configure
SYSTEM settings by performing the following steps:
 Log in to the network camera to open its Live View page.
Click the Configuration menu.
In the left pane, expand the System Settings menu.
Uptime: Indicates the uptime duration from which the DVE is connected.
Serial No.: Specifies the serial number of the DVE.
MAC address: Specifies the MAC address of the DVE.
IP address: Specifies the IP address of the network used by the camera to connect
to that network. IP addresses allow all the connected computers / devices to find
each other and to pass data backward and forward. If you have enabled DHCP, the
IP address is assigned dynamically and automatically by DHCP.
Camera name: Change the camera name by simply clicking on the text field and
typing the new name and then click on apply button at the bottom.
Language: Change the preferred language by clicking on the drop down button
and selecting the particular language you want to select and click on apply button.
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Configure Date and Time Settings
Customize the date and time format to suit your needs while configuring system
settings. It allows the GUI and email alerts to set time and date according to the
user-defined date and time.
a) Set manually: Manually set the date and time by clicking on the field and set
the date and time then click on apply.
b) SNTP: Specifies the SNTP server URL address configured in the SNTP
Server Setting page.
c) Sync with PC: Synchronize the date and time of the DVE with your
computer.
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CONFIGURE NETWORK SETTINGS
The network settings allow you to assign an IP address to the camera. This can
be done either manually or automatically from a dynamic host configuration
protocol (DHCP) server. If you are not using DHCP, provide the IP address,
subnet mask, and default gateway of the camera. If you enable DHCP, a DHCP
request is sent when the camera is turned on. By default static addressing is
enabled.
You can configure NETWORK settings by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, click on the Network Settings menu.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Network page:
Table 7 Fields in the Network Settings Menu
Field Name
Enable DHCP
IP Address
Subnet mask
Default Gateway
Primary and
secondary
DNS
HTTP Port
HTTPS Port
Description
Indicates that you can enable or
disable the DHCP. DHCP supports
static addressing through a
permanent IP address.
Specifies the IP address of the
network used by the camera to
connect to that network. IP
addresses and allow all the
connected computers/devices to
find each other and to pass data
backward and forward. If you have
enabled DHCP, the IP address is
assigned dynamically and
automatically by DHCP.
Specifies the subnet mask or
routing prefix of an address written
in a form identical to that of the
address itself.
Specifies the address of the
default gateway.
Specifies the primary and
secondary server used for
information about a domain as well
as the location of resources
associated with a domain.
Specifies the communications
endpoint for the uniform resource
locator (URL) of a website or other
services.
Specifies the communications
endpoint for the uniform resource
locator (URL) of a website or other
services.
Values
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Default:
192.168.1.168
Default:
255.255.255.0
Default:
192.168.1.254
Default:
192.168.1.1 and
192.168.1.3
Default: 80
Range from 1024
– 65536
Default: 81
Range from 1024
– 65536
UPnP
Multicast
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NOTE: To enter HTTPS port number ranges from 1024 to 6553, you must save the
configuration and reboot the DVE.
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
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save the changes.
Configure FTP Settings
An FTP server can receive snapshot or video file uploaded from the camera. You
can add an FTP server to store images or videos.
You may configure FTP settings by performing the following steps:
 Log in to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, expand the Network Settings menu and click FTP
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the FTP Server
Setup page:
Table 8 Fields in the FTP Server Setup Page
Field Name
FTP
Name
Server
Network
Address
Upload
Path
Description
Specifies the name of the
FTP server.
Specifies the host name or
IP address of the FTP
server.
Specifies the upload path of
the FTP server. Avoid
special characters, for
example “,<,>,%.
Specifies the port number of
the FTP server.
Specifies the file format.
Port
Number
File
Format
Login
User
Specifies the user name.
Information Name
Password Specifies the password
corresponding to the user
name.


Values
-
-
AVI
-
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
Configure DDNS Settings
Dynamic DNS or DDNS is a method of updating, in real time, a Domain Name
System (DNS) to point to a changing IP address on the Internet. This is used to
provide a persistent domain name for a resource that may change location on the
network.
You can configure DDNS settings by performing the following steps:



Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
Click the configuration menu.
In the left pane, expand the network Settings menu and click DDNS.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the DDNS Setting
page:
Table 9 Fields in the DDNS Application Setting Page
Field Name
Description
DDNS
Enable or disable the DDNS
by check the box
Specifies the DDNS service
provider
Specifies URL provided by
the DDNS service provider.
Specifies the username
Specifies the password
correspond to the
username.
Provider
Host name
User name
password


Provide the desired values.
Click
to save all changes.
Configure SMTP Settings
You can enable sending of emails and notifications from the camera to predefined
addresses through SMTP. You can configure SMTP settings by performing the
following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the configuration menu.
 In the left pane, expand the network Settings menu and click SMTP.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the SMTP server
and mail Settings page:
Table 10 Fields in the SMTP Application Settings Page
Field Name
Description
Login method
Specifies the login method for sending mails,
whether form user account or from anonymous.
Specifies the SMTP server from where the mail is
to be sent.
Specifies the port number of the SMTP server.
Specifies the username.
Specifies the password correspond to the
username.
Specifies the Email ID from where the mail is to
be sent.
Specifies the Email IDs to whom the mail is to be
sent.
Specifies the prefix like:
Subject:<prefix>_<alarm>_<event>_<timestamp>
SMTP server
Port
Username
Password
Mail from
Mail to
Subject prefix
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
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Provide the desired values.
Click
to save all changes.
Configure SMS Settings
You can enable sending of SMS and notifications from the camera to predefined
mobile number through SMS.You can configure SMS settings by performing the
following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, expand the Network Settings menu and click SMS .
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the SMS server and
Setting page:
Table 11 Fields in the SMS Settings Menu
Field
Name
Username
Password
Service
Api


Description
Specifies the username
Specifies the password correspond to the username
Specifies the following
http://sms.foosms.com/pushsms.php?username=
|USERNAME|&password=|PWD|&sender=
|DVE|&to=|TO|&message=|MESSAGE|
Mobile No.
Specifies the mobile no to which the SMS is to be sent.
Message
prefix
Subject:<prefix>_<alarm>_<event>_<timestamp>
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
CONFIGURE 3G SETTING
You can configure 3G settings by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, expand the Network Settings menu and click 3G.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the 3G Setting
page:
Table 12 Fields in the SMS Settings Menu
Field Name
Description
Status
Specifies the status of the 3G weather it is
connected, not connected or reconnecting.
Specifies the type of connectivity (Manual or Auto),
select the type from the drop down list.
Specifies the APN for the different devices.
- Specifies the Dial number for the different devices.
Specifies the user name for the particular device.
Specifies the password correspond to the user
name
Specifies the IP Address assign to the DVE by the
USB 3G device.
Type
APN
Dial number
Username
Password
IP Address


Provide the desired values.
Click
to save all changes.
CONFIGURE NAS SETTING
Network-attached storage (NAS) is file-level computer data storage connected to
a network providing data access to a heterogeneous group of clients. NAS not
only operates as a file server, but is specialized for this task either by its
hardware, software, or configuration of those elements
You can configure NAS settings by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, expand the Network Settings menu and click NAS.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the NAS Setting
page:
Table 13 NAS Settings Page
Field Name
Description
NAS enable
Enable or disable the NAS by check or uncheck
the box
Specifies the network storage location as server
name or server IP followed by directory to be
mounted.
For e.g. <ip-address>:/mount directory
Network
Storage
Location


7.
Provide the desired values.
Click
to save all changes.
CONFIGURE AUDIO SETTINGS
This section describes how to configure and turning the audio mechanism of the
camera on/off automatically. IP camera plays a built-in sound file on local site
when alarming, and the volume is controlled here.
You can configure audio settings by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the
menu.
 In the left pane, expand the Audio
.
Figure 6: The Audio Settings Page
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Audio Setting
page.
Table 14 Fields in the Audio Setting Page
Field Name
Audio Enable
Input volume
Encoding
Sample rate
Bit rate
Output volume


Description
Specifies whether the camera
audio is enable or not.
Values
ON/OFF
Specifies the input sound volume
range
Specifies the encoding format of
AAC-LC / G711
the audio.
Specifies the sample rate for the 8KHz / 16KHz
audio.
Specifies the bit rate of the audio. Auto / 32Kbps
Specifies the output sound
volume range.
Provide the desired values.
Click
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CONFIGURE VIDEO SETTINGS
You can configure the video settings such as video encoding and video parameters
by performing the following steps:



Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
Click the Configuration menu.
In the left pane, click on the video Settings.
You can configure the video encoding and video parameters and OSD by click on
the video encoding and video parameters button in the video setting menu bar.
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Video Encoding
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the video encoding
page:
Table 15 Fields in the Video Encoding Page
Field Name
Video mode
Description
Specifies the type of video
mode
Video
Specifies the video system
system
format
Video profile Specifies the different profile
for different video stream
Streams
Specifies thee different stream
which can be enable / disable.
Compression Specifies the different
compression level which
affects the amount of
bandwidth required.
Resolution
Specifies the different
resolution for the video.
FPS
Specifies the different
frequency for the image.
Rate control You can choose constant
code stream(CBR) or variable
code stream(VBR)
Bit rate
Specifies the no of bits that
can be processed per unit
time.
Audio
You can enable or disable the
audio for the particular stream


Values
Auto/ manual
NTSC / PAL
Profile 1 to profile 5
Primary, Secondary ,
Mobile
H264/MJPEG/
MPEG4.
Stream resolution
5 to 25
CBR/VBR
64Kbps to 5Mbps
Provide the desired values.
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Video Parameters
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the video
parameters page:
Table 16 Fields in the video parameters Page
Field
Name
Iris level
Mirroring


Description
Values
Use the iris bar for
increase or decrease the
iris level.
Specifies the type of
Horizontal, vertical, both.
mirroring.
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
Profile Scheduler
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Profile
Scheduler page:
Table 17 Fields in the Profile Scheduler Page
Field Name
Day start/end
time
Holiday
Day time
video profile
Night time
video profile


Description
Specifies start and end time for
particular set video profile, rest
of the time will be considered as
night time
Specifies two holidays, on
holiday night profile will run
Select any video profile for day
time
Select any video profile for night
time
Values
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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OSD
The on-screen display (OSD) option allows you to create a custom text message
and place it nearly anywhere on the video screen.
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the OSD Settings
page:
Table 18 Fields in the OSD Settings Page
Field Name
Enable Date
and Time
Stamp
Camera name
Bit rate
FPS


Description
Indicates whether to insert the date
and time stamp in the image or
video.
Indicate the camera name
Indicate the bit rate
Indicate the frame per sec .
Values
-
Provide the desired values.
Clicks APPLY to save all changes.
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EVENT CONFIGURATION
This section describes how to configure the camera to perform certain actions
when events occur. Actions such as audio detection, Ethernet loss, video loss,
motion detection, etc. can trigger an event such as alarm out, audio out, etc. You
can configure actions to trigger the event.
You can configure event config such as audio detection, video loss etc by
performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, click on the Event-Config.
You can configure different events by clicking on the different button on the eventconfig menu bar.
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Audio Detection
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Audio Detection
Setup page:
Table 19 Fields in the Action Types Setup Page
Field Name
Audio
detection
Enable FTP
upload
Audio Out
Enabled
Alarm Out
Enabled
Description
You can enable / disable the
audio detection by check the
box.
You can just click the box and
can change any value between
10 to 200.
The alarm level can be set by
using the level bar.
Indicates whether to enable
FTP upload feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
audio sound or not.
Indicates whether to enable
alarm out or not.
Save to SD
Card
Enable Email
(SMTP)
Indicates whether to save to SD
card or not.
Indicates whether to enable
email notification feature or not.
Enable SMS
Indicates whether to enable
SMS notification or not.
Interval (sec)
Alarm level


Values
Enable/disable
10 - 200
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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Network Loss
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Network loss
Setup page:
Table 20 Fields in the Action Types Setup Page
Field Name
Network loss
Interval (sec)
Alarm level
Save to SD Card
Audio Out
Enabled
Alarm Out
Enabled


Description
You can enable / disable the
network loss by check the box.
You can just click the box and
can change any value between
10 to 200.
The alarm level can be set by
using the level bar.
Indicates whether to save to SD
card or not.
Indicates whether to enable
audio sound or not.
Indicates whether to enable
alarm out or not.
Values
Enable/disable
10 - 200
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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Video Loss
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the video loss Setup
page:
Table 21 Fields in the Action Types Setup Page
Field Name
Video loss
Interval (sec)
Enable FTP
upload
Audio Out
Enabled
Alarm Out
Enabled
Save to SD
Card
Enable Email
(SMTP)
Enable SMS


Description
You can enable / disable the
video loss by check the box.
You can just click the box and
can change any value between
10 to 200.
Indicates whether to enable
FTP upload feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
audio sound or not.
Indicates whether to enable
alarm out or not.
Indicates whether to save to SD
card or not.
Indicates whether to enable
email notification feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
SMS notification or not.
Values
Enable/disable
(10 -200)
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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External Trigger
The external trigger is enabled by using ALARM IN and GND pins.
Figure 7 External Trigger
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Actions Type
Setup page:
Table 22 Fields in the Action Types Setup Page
Field Name
External
trigger
Interval (sec)
Enable FTP
upload
Audio Out
Enabled
Alarm Out
Enabled
Save to SD
Card
Enable Email
(SMTP)
Enable SMS


Description
You can enable / disable the
external trigger by check the
box.
You can just click the box and
can change any value between
10 to 200.
Indicates whether to enable
FTP upload feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
audio sound or not.
Indicates whether to enable
alarm out or not.
Indicates whether to save to SD
card or not.
Indicates whether to enable
email notification feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
SMS notification or not.
Values
Enable/disable
(10 -200)
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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Motion Detection
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the video loss Setup
page:
Table 23 Fields in the Action Types Setup Page
Field Name
Motion
detection
Interval (sec)
Sensitivity
Enable FTP
upload
Audio Out
Enabled
Alarm Out
Enabled
Save to SD
Card
Enable Email
(SMTP)
Enable SMS


Description
You can enable / disable the
motion detection by check the
box.
You can select all or remove all
windows by selecting the
appropriate radio button on the
panel.
You can just click the box and
can change any value between
10 to 200.
The detection sensitivity can be
adjusted by selecting from the
sensitivity bar.
Indicates whether to enable
FTP upload feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
audio sound or not.
Indicates whether to enable
alarm out or not.
Indicates whether to save to SD
card or not.
Indicates whether to enable
email notification feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
SMS notification or not.
Values
Enable/disable
(10 -200)
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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Recording Scheduler
This page allows you to configure to continuous save video to SD card or FTP
storage or NAS. To create or modify the scheduler click on the add/edit button.
The following table describes the various fields that appear in recording schedule
page:
Table 24 Fields in the Recording Schedule Page
Field
Name
Days
Start
time/End
time
Status


Description
Specify the days of the week
the recording will be active
Specifies the hour and minute
for the start and end times
(hh:mm).
Specifies the hour and minute
for the start and end times
(hh:mm).
Values
Monday to
Sunday
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
Event Scheduler
This feature enables you to schedule the Events, means the duration of the day a
particular
Alarm will be enabling. To create or modify the event scheduler click on the add/edit
button.
The following table describes the various fields that appear in event schedule
page:
Table 25 Fields in the Event Schedule Page
Field Name
Days
Start time
End time
Status
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Specify the days of the week the
recording will be active
Specifies the hour and minute for
the start and end times (hh:mm).
Specifies the hour and minute for
the start and end times (hh:mm).
Values
Monday to
Sunday
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Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
Heartbeat Images
Keep alive mechanism to ensure camera operation and up time.
The following table describes the various fields that appear in heartbeat image
page:
Table 26 Fields in the Heartbeat Image Page
Field
Name
Snapshot
Snapshot
duration
Snapshot
interval
No. of
snapshot
ACTION
Save to SD
Card
Enable
Email
(SMTP)
Enable
FTP upload


Description
you can enable/disable the
camera to capture snapshot at
regular interval
Specifies the time interval
between each snapshot.
Specifies the interval at which
the snapshot is to be taken
Specifies the number of
snapshot to be taken
at occurrence tim
Values
1 – 60 min
10 -60 sec
Indicates whether to save to SD
card or not.
Indicates whether to enable
email notification feature or not.
Indicates whether to enable
FTP upload feature or not.
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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ALARM ACTION
You can configure alarm action such as media storage and notification by
performing the following steps:



Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
Click the Configuration menu.
In the left pane, click on the Alarm Action.
You can configure the media storage and notification by clicking on button in the
alarm action menu bar.
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Media Storage
The following table describes the various fields that appear in media storage
page:
Table 27 Fields in the Media Storage Page
Field Name
Pre/Post –
Recording
(sec)
SD File list
SD File
overwrite
SD card full
alarm
ACTION
Enable Email
(SMTP)
Enable SMS
Status


Description
The pre/post recording can be
enable or disable by check/clear
the box. Pre/Post alarm video
recording durationis selected
from the drop-down list.
Specifies the files lists in the SD
card
Enables you to overwrite the file
in the SD card.
Configure alarm for SD card full
status , you can select the diff
level
Values
Pre recording 13 sec
Post
30-90 %
Indicates whether to enable
email notification feature or not
Indicates whether to enable
SMS notification or not.
Specifies the status of the SD
card
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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Notification
The following table describes the various fields that appear in media notification
page
Table 28 Fields in the Notification Page
Field
Name
Audio file
Test
Repeat
Alarm out
(sec)
Description
Specifies the audio file which
will play at the time of audio out.
Play the selected audio file
Audio1 to
audio5
It can be used to add Repetition
cycle for the audio file
(0) means
continues.
Specifies the duration of the
alarm out
5 to 120
FTP upload Specifies the file type to be
format
uploaded


Values
Image/ Video
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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PRIVACY MASKING
Privacy masks are configurable areas of solid color that allow concealment of parts
of the image that should not be viewable.
You can configure Privacy masking by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, click on the Privacy Masking.
User can mask the video by clicking any of the (PW 1 -4) button windows shown on
the snapshot frame window where the user can resize , drag , overlap the privacy
masking windows After pressing apply button the privacy mask windows are set on
the encoder and all the streams from the camera start showing the privacy masking
windows.
The privacy masking zones in the windows can support up to 4 zones only, that can
be resized/overlap to a particular dimension.
Remove: To remove the particular privacy mask zone by selecting it from the button
panel and click on remove button and to remove all the privacy masked zones click
on remove all.
 Provide the desired values.
 Click APPLY to save all changes.
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PTZ
The Pan / Tilt / Zoom (PTZ) menu allows users to pan(move left and right), tilt
(move up and down), and zoom in and out a specific area with just a push of a
button and preset positions.
You can configure Pan/Tilt/Zoom settings by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, click on PTZ.
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Protocol
The following table describes the various fields that appear in PTZ protocol page.
Table 29 Fields in the Protocol Page
Field
Description
Name
PTZ enable User can enable / disable the
PTZ control.
Protocol
Specifies the corresponding
dome protocol
Address
Specifies the corresponding
dome address
Baud rate
Specifies the corresponding
dome baud rate length.
Speed
Specifies the corresponding
dome movement speed
Data , stop Specifies the data , stop and
, parity bit
parity bit
Values
Pelco P, Pelco D
Default 1
(1 to 255)
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
1 to 8
Stop bit 1-2
Data bit 7-8
Parity bit (none, odd ,even)
Default


Set the default PTZ controls
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
NOTE: For Custom protocol settings open the following URL:
http://<ip-address>/maintenance/cptz.html
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Preset
Set a location for the preset, calls the preset points, PTZ automatically turns to the
setting position.
Use these buttons to move the camera.
Use these buttons to change the zoom, focus and iris level and set the home
position.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in PTZ preset page
Table 30 Fields in the Preset Page
Field
Name
Preset
ID
Name
Go
Save
Delete
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Description
Specifies a pre-defined camera
view that can be quickly and
easily viewed in the Live View
page, simply by selecting the
preset's name from the dropdown list. You can set the
different location for the preset
position.
The ID is corresponding to the
preset position you have
selected.
You can specify the name
corresponding to preset
position.
Use this button to run the
camera to the preset location
Use this button to save the
preset location
Use this button to delete the
existing preset location
Values
There are 255
different preset
location .
Same as preset
location
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Tour
Tour means that the selective channel is single window alternate patrol preview.
The following table describes the various fields that appear in PTZ tour page
Table 31 Fields in the Tour Page
Field
Name
Tour
Name
Preset (15)
Go
Save
Delete
Stop
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Specifies the different
tour that you can
select, edit and
configure the tour.
Specifies the name
correspond to the
selected tour.
Values
There are 8
different tour.
Specifies the 5
different preset
positions for the single
tour. you can set 5
different positions.
Use this button to run
the tour
Use this button to
save the tour
Use this button to
delete the existing
tour
Use this button to stop
the running tour.
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User
You can configure USER settings by performing the following steps:
 Log in to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, click on User.
The user account settings include configuring usernames/ passwords and adding/
deleting users.
There will be 10 user accounts by default, but only one user can access the camera
at the initially that is admin, and then admin can change the settings related to the
users.




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
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You may add nine different users by clicking on the Add New button shown in
the above fig.
You may set the privilege by check the box that you want to give access
permission.
If no check box selected, user will have only “Video view permission”.
Once you added the user, if required to modify you have to delete it first and
re-add the user.
You may delete the user account by using the delete button shown in the
above figure.
Provide the desired values.
Click APPLY to save all changes.
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MAINTENANCE
You can configure maintenance settings by performing the following steps:
 Log on to the network camera to open its Live View page.
 Click the Configuration menu.
 In the left pane, click on Maintenance.
Config
The following table describes the various fields that appear in config page
Table 32 Fields in the Config Page
Field
Name
Save
Download
Restore
Upload
Delete
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Description
Values
Use this button to save the
current configuration setting
Use this button to download the
current configuration setting as
.cfg format at default location.
Use this button to restore all the
settings to the factory default
values, meaning that the unit
must be reconfigured and any
event types and PTZ presets
must be recreated
Use this button to upload any
saved configuration by selecting
from the desired location
Use this button to delete the
selected configuration setting
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Reboot
The following table describes the various fields that appear in reboot page
Table 33 Fields in the Reboot Page
Field Name Description
Select
Specifies the configuration that
configuration you want to select and reboot
with that configuration.
Reboot
Use this button to perform a
correct restart of the DVE with
the selected configuration , if it
is not behaving as expected
Values
SD Card
The following table describes the various fields that appear in SD card page.
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Table 34 Fields in the SD Card Page
Field
Name
Remove
Mount
Format
Description
Values
Use this button to remove/
unmount the SD card.
Use this button to mount the SD
card.
Use this button to format the SD
card.
Firmware
Firmware update refers to the replacement of a product with a newer version of
the same product in order to keep the system updated. When upgrading the
camera with the latest firmware, the camera receives the latest functionality.
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The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Update
Firmware page:
Table 35 Fields in the Firmware Page
Field Name
Current
firmware
version
Browse
Update

Description
Kernel Version
Specifies the
kernel version of
the firmware.
UBL version
Specifies the UBL
version.
U-Boot Version
Specifies the
universal boot
loader version
which initializes
the version of the
firmware.
Hardware revision Specifies the
hardware revision
of the firmware.
Enables to navigate and select the
firmware on your computer.
Upgrades the camera with the latest
firmware.
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Ensure you upload the correct firmware file because uploading the wrong
model firmware may damage your device.
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Logs
Logs provide information about system events.
The following table describes the various fields that appear in the Log page:
Table 36 Fields in the Log Page
Field Name
All/System/Event
Search
Download
Item
Date and Time
Events
First Page
Previous
Next
Final page
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Description
You can select the event type you want to see.
You can search for any particular log corresponds
to string entered.
Use this button to download logs to the computer.
Specifies the serial number of the events or all
access to the camera.
Specifies the date and time of a specific event.
Specifies a brief description of each event.
Specifies the first page with latest 20 events.
Specifies the previous 20 events to get to the
previous page.
Specifies the next 20 events to move to the next
page.
Show the last page of the logs.
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SSL
SSL is Secure Sockets Layer. It is a commonly used protocol for managing the
security of a message transmission on the internet.
The user has to provide the Certificate and Key for the HTTPS Upload.
For SMTP Upload, only the Certificate is required.
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