VDS Net (Integration)
Installation and User’s Guide
Ver 11.06.x
Digital Video Security System
Digital Video Recorder
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INDEX
1. Forward
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2. Introduction
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3. Installation
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4. Using Net software
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4.1.1. Site Setup
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4.1.2. Setup Connection Mode
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4.1.3. MISC. Configuration
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4.1.4. IP Server Setup
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4.1.5. Change Login Password
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4.2. Accessing VDS Net
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4.3. Remote Search
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4.4. Remote Setup
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4.5. Event Viewer
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5.1. Changing Position
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5.2. Movie Clip & Snapshot
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5.3. Event Notification
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5.4. Dial-Up Connection
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4.1. DiViS Login Setup
5. Appendix
5.4.1. Installation of Dial-Up Server
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5.4.2. Installation of Dial-Up Client
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5.4.3. Using Dial-Up Connection
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1. Forward
Previously, camera manipulation and data storing/searching were possible only on the DVR
installed computer. This meant that a person must physically present in front of the specific
computer for even minor administration such as checking the current status of the system.
This has become a big hassle for those who must overlook many DVR systems. To
overcome these difficulties, VDS Net has been introduced.
With VDS Net, you can now enjoy all the functions of a VDS system anytime, any remote
location by connecting to the main server computer over modem, LAN, or Internet. The
functions include checking the system status, searching the stored data, and even changing
the user settings and the recording schedule.
The ability to be able to perform total control from any place any time is what DiViS Net
makes by introducing Network Security Program for the next generation.
For any question you have, please contact to the following address.
When you are sending your concerned matter, please include your country and phone
number.
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2. Introduction
• Support TCP/IP.
Support communication protocol to log in VDS DVR.
• Real-time Monitoring of DiViS motion pictures
Log in VDS Net and monitor all VDS DVR system images in real time.
• Flexible relocation of displayed channels
Displayed channel can be moved to desired location of the screen by simple drag and drop.
• Searching and Recording DiViS data
Various feature for Search and Recording, and even bring data to save it on the local computer.
• Audio Search
Recorded audio data can be retrieved VDS Net software.
• Two-way Voice Communications
VDS Net provides voice communication capabilities with the VDS DVR system.
• PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS remote control
PTZ Controls can be attained by manipulating DiViS Net program.
• Manipulate DiViS DVR Settings
Ability to change settings of VDS DVR system from VDS Net, such as enable / disable of cameras,
change recording schedule, and change setting of sensors.
• Remote Notify function (Automatically message alert sent from DiViS DVR)
When VDS DVR System detects motion or sensor trigger, it notifies its event and automatically
turns on VDS Net (while VDS Net is minimized). Also can be verified from event viewer
• Analyzing Event Log
VDS Net can receive and record events notified from VDS DVR System, and the event viewer will
directly connect to the VDS DVR System to retrieve data.
- VDS CAP, VDS MPG, VDS LIVCAP, and VDS ACAP are all supported.
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3. Installation
Click 'Setup.exe' and follow the procedure.
After installation, following folder will be created in the Start menu.
DiViS Net: VDS Net program
AVI Viewer: Program to view video clips recorded at the local storage.
Event Viewer: Program to view event log.
Uninstall: VDS Net remove program
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4. Using Net Software
4.1. DiViS Login Setup
Run VDS Net. Then following dialogue box appears, which asks for ID of VDS Net.
• Login: ID / password are for the authorized manager who controls the local network system. Note
that login name and password here is for VDS Net program. It is different login and password
than that of DVR–main.
• New: Create a new user (management) who wants to have the new network system.
• Edit: Change the existing information of registered user.
• Cancel: Exit without change.
• Minimized screen: Make the tray icon of this network program. Used for Remote Notify.
For the first time, or to add a new user, click “New” and type the information of user as follows.
• Login name: ID for a VDS Net program user.
• Password:
Password for Login.
• Confirm P/W: Reconfirm the password
Note: The user created here is for local manager, which is not related the user(s) registered at VDS
DVR System.
After you input the above information, click “OK”. Then, “Add, Delete and Edit site information”
screen will be appeared.
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4.1.1. Site Setup
• New: Add new site information.
• Delete: Delete the registered site.
• Save: Record any changes made.
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: allows users to sort the list of sites.
Select a site and press either one of the
arrow buttons to move an entry up/down.
• Apply: Apply any changed setting and
close the Config / Settings.
• Close: Close Config / Settings without
applying changes
Note: Any changes will be effective once the Save button is clicked. Close or Apply without Save
will loose all changed information. The same site name can not be registered twice.
Click “New” to add a new site information.
• Site name: Assign system’s name or
site name. In the use of IP Server, put the
Code No. , The code for Server side can
be set at “system->Use IP Server” in the
VDS DVR Setting.
Note: This code is also necessary for
Remote notify.
• Method: Select “TCP/IP” when you are
using LAN, cable modem, ADSL. In case
of IP Server, select “SERVER”.
• Address: Assign IP address of system
or IP address in use of IP Server.
• User name: Enter ID, registered in VDS
DVR System.
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• Password: Enter password, registered in VDS DVR System
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• Port (Properties): Set the port No, which was stored in accordance with “ Appendix > DVR
Management > Detail setting” in DVR main/ User’s Guide. It is recommended to use the default
data stored in DVR program unless it is necessary to use others.
Click “OK” to finish a new site setting, then the added site will be listed as following.
In order to edit the site information already stored, double click on the site name to change the data.
“Save” must be clicked to take effect.
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4.1.2. Setup Connection Mode
•Single: Check and select one of registered sites to access one site of DVR main.
•Multiple: Check to access multi-sites upon log in. Connection must be defined as following.
• Site name: select a site to connect.
• Camera number(s): Choose a camera
number, all, or partial
-All: Choose to display all available
cameras sequentially from the selected
site.
-Partial: Choose to display multiple
cameras from the site. Number of
cameras must be assigned. For example,
the position 8 will display camera 1, 3, 6, 9,
and 14 sequentially from site name Office.
“Save” must be clicked to take effect.
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4.1.3. MISC. Configuration
•AVI Path: Assigns the path to store video
clips recorded while monitoring.
•Log Path: Assigns the path to store the
log file.
•Max Size: Assigns the maximum size of
the log file.
“Save” must be clicked to take effect.
4.1.4. IP Server Setup
•Use IP Server: Enables to use IP Server
if checked.
•Server: IP address of the IP Server.
•Code: Assigns unique code name to be
registered at the IP Server. Code must be
named less than 10 digits, using case
sensitive alpha-numeric characters.
•Interval: Selects the time interval to
notify current IP address to the IP Server.
“Save” must be clicked to take effect.
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4.1.5. Change Login Password
•Old Password: Enter current password
•New Password: Enter new password
•Confirm Password: Confirm new
password.
“Save” must be clicked to take effect.
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4.2. Accessing VDS Net
Type login and password and click “LOGIN”.
: Minimize VDS Net software in the system tray. Click
at right bottom corner will bring the
full window.
• Date/Time: indicates the time and date of the location of DVR Net
• Login name: User ID currently logged in with.
• Event Information: It is the place to indicate any of event
notification from connected site(s). To receive notification,
“Remote notification of events” must be checked on DVR main.
• Transfer Status: This is indicating the connecting speed as
bench mark only.
: Refresh the connection.
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Press “CAMERA” to control the PTZ.
: PTZ cameras connected to DiViS DVR System can be controlled from
DiViS Net. The arrow buttons will move the camera in the direction of the
arrow, and the ZOOM, FOCUS buttons will manipulate the camera
accordingly. However, only user with permission can control the PTZ
setting.
The number in the middle circle indicates the camera number being
controlled, and the push of top or bottom arrow button makes the selection
of the camera.
: When the PTZ camera supports preset function and tour, this control is
available at DiViS Net. However, settings of preset and tour must be made
at VDS DVR System. And No. of available preset points are depending on
the camera’s feature.
Press “IMAGE” to show image control.
: Adjusts the image quality such as Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and
Hue by pushing the arrow buttons.
Press “RATE” to adjust resolution and compression rate .
: Compression Rate can be adjusted between 10 ~ 90 to enhance the
transmission speed (* for default compression rate). Lower value will
provide faster transmission. Resolution can be selected among 1/2, 1/4, or
1/8 (* for default resolution), and lower resolution provides faster
transmission speed. Compression rate and resolution adjusted here are
not changing actual resolution and compression rate recorded on the
server.
Note: this section cannot be applied to MPG series products.
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Press “MISC” to contol following functions.
• Switching (SLOW / FAST): Adjust switching interval slower or faster
when the channel is displaying multiple cameras by switching (Applicable
for multi connection only).
• Position Number: Displays the position number on the image.
• Site Name: Displays the site information on the image.
• Camera Number: Displays the camera number on the image.
• Camera Name: Displays the camera name assigned at the server.
• Date / Time: Displays date and time from the server.
• POS Data: Displays POS data if available.
• Event Mute: Mutes the beep sound by the event notification. It also disables the popup by event
notification while minimized.
: Displays the position number, which is currently selected. All
adjustments and/or contols are applied to the camera on this position.
: Shows the event list, which contains log of events notified from server(s).
Double clicking on the event will popup the search window to retreive data immediately.
: Open the “Config / Settings” Window (Refer to 4.1. VDS Login Setup for detail).
: Records all displayed channels. Each channel will be recorded in MP4 format at
the AVI Path assigned from “Config / Settings” => “MISC Configuration”. The position with enabled
switching camera will not be recorded. Switching camera must be disabled when the desired
camera is on, before start recording.
: Search recorded data from server. Multiple search windows can be initiated
simultaneously to search multiple servers at the same time.
: Adjusts setting of VDS DVR System from DiViS Net.
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: Changes display mode to 1, 4, 6, 9, 10, 16, or 36 split screen.
: Displays next set of view.
: Enlarges the image size from single channel display mode.
: Reduces the image size from single channel display mode.
: Enlarges the VDS Net screen with minimal control buttons.
: Enables on-screen PTZ Control. If enabled on the PTZ camera connected, Using mouse, left
click and drag on the screen to pan and tilt the camera, and scroll to zoom in and out
: Displays status of current screen mode. Pink color
indicates positions currently on-screen.
: To control voice communications between VDS Net and VDS DVR System. For this
function, "Sound Recording" of Settings in VDS DVR System must be checked. The
functions of four taps are “Send Voice” / “Receive sound” / “Send and receive voice”
/ “cancel”, from the left.
: Displays status of Relay on VDS DVR System. Relay can be activated / deactivated by
clicking on the buttons.
: Click this to exit from DiViS Net.
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4.3. Remote Search
Search data of VDS DVR System from remote location using DiViS Net.
: Click the remote search button to start. The window on the left will show up with list of
registered sites
Select the site to search, and click “OK” to start search.
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: The calendar allows the user to choose the specific date in which to
search through. Days with stored recorded data will be highlighted red.
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: Change between search tools and image control tools.
: Buttons in upper line works for fast rewind (left directional arrow) and fast
forward (right directional arrow). Buttons in middle line activate the normal
playing back in forward and reverse but the speed can be adjusted by
controlling ( - ),( + ) tap on the top. The buttons in lower line give playback
frame by frame, forward or reverse.
: Image Tools allow the user to adjust image properties to enhance the image
quality. Adjustments are not effecting to the original image recorded.
Click on Cancel to go back to the original image.
Zoom Search: It is possible to zoom in, up to x3, to the desired area using right click of the
mouse while, or before searching (Available only at single channel search)
: hides the time information.
: Select one of the split image profiles for viewing the images.
: These taps give the enlarged screen by (+) or return to small screen by (-).
: The camera number is shown vertically on the right and hour on bottom horizontally, and
minute on top horizontally. The searching point can be selected by clicking the camera number,
hour, and minute (shown in red).
: In above picture, selection of camera can be done by clicking these buttons, scrolling
camera group as 4 camera in a group, namely 1~4, 5~8, 9~12, 13~16
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: The camera icon indicates camera mode. Clicking the icon will toggle to sound
search mode to retrieve recorded sound with image. While searching multiple channel,
selected camera for audio playback will be indicated with yellow caption as shown below/
: Click "Save As" to save the current image, jpg format.
: Print the image currently on display.
: Save images as a movie clip, MP4 format.
: Initiate “Smart Search” feature shown below.
Note: Please refer to the VDS DVR manual
for detail information about this feature.
Motion Sensitivity may be different than
running
this
feature from DiViS
DVR
(server) and the result might differ even if
the search is performed under the same
condition.
: Exit Search.
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4.4. Remote Setup
: Allow user to change the configuration of VDS DVR System from DiViS Net. The
following screen will allow the user to select the site.
Select the site and click “OK”
Changes will be applied to the selected VDS DVR System.
Some of setting are not accessible from the DiViS Net.
Note: For further setting guide, please refer to 5.Configuration of
“Installation and User’s Guide” for DiViS DVR System.
4.5. Event Viewer
Event Viewer allows user to review the event log of Net software. It also contains all event record
notified by VDS DVR System. Please refer to the “5.3. System - Allow remote connections” on
Installation and User’s Guide to set remote notification.
: opens the following Event Viewer window.
Events can be reviewed and/or searched by
categories. Double clicking on a recorded event
under Motion and Sensor will load a search
popup window, which enables to playback
instantly, as shown below.
: Popup search initiated from Event Viewer.
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5. Appendix
5.1. Changing Position
At the connection of Net software, connected cameras will be positioned in order of camera numbers.
It is possible to relocate the camera position to the desired location by left click on the image that
needs to be relocated, drag it to the new position, and release the mouse button.
5.2. Movie Clip & Snapshot
Either movie clip or snapshot can be created while monitoring. Right click on the desired position and
select “Save as Movie Clip” or “Save as Snapshot.
Save as Movie Clip: check to create mp4 format movie clip
until unchecked. Recording will be automatically finished when
Net software is minimized. Recorded file will be stored at the
location assigned from MISC. Configuration, AVI Path.
Save as Snapshot: select to capture the image. It will bring up a snapshot window with a captured
image, and the image can be saved as a jpg format file by double clicking on the snapshot window.
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5.3. Event Notification
Event notification allows VDS Net users to receive notification from DiViS DVR System when any event
occurs, such as motion and/or sensor detection. In order to activate, following settings are required at
the DVR Main. Open System Setting from the VDS DVR System to configure settings.
Check “Allow remote connections” and open properties. Check “Remote Notification of events”, and select
the method. In IP/Code column, enter IP address or Code depending on the method selected.
Note: The code shall be same as the one entered in “Code” at 4.1.3. IP Server Setup
From “Color & motion” of “Camera Setup”, check “Detective motion – Notification”. Click on “Properties”, and
check “Remote Notify” to send notifications when an event occurs. Check “Use Notify Schedule” to utilize the
schedule to notify the VDS Net. If selected, notification schesule on the folloing page must be configured.
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Set up “Notify scheduling” in “Scheduling” of “Camera Setup”.
When event notification is completely set, Net software will display and store the event information into the log
file, which can be retreived and searched by the Event Viewer. Also it will allow to restore the Net software, if
any event occurred and notified while Net software is minimized.
The VDS Net may be minimized, but must be running in order to receive the notification. The icon will be
placed on the system tray when it is minimized.
5.4. Dial-Up Connection
In order to connect to the VDS DVR System through regular phone connection, both VDS DVR System and
Net system need to be equipped with modem, and Dial-Up Server / Client must be configured. The following
instruction is based on the Windows XP environment.
5.4.1. Installation of Dial-Up Server
On VDS DVR System, click “Start > Control panel > Network Connections.”
Click “Create a new connection.”
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Click ‘Next’.
Select “Set up an advanced
connection”, and Click “Next”.
Check “Accept incoming connection”
and Click “Next”.
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Select a proper modem from device list, and click
“Next”
Select “Do not allow virtual private connections”,
and click “Next”.
Click “Add” to add a new user. The user must be
created to allow connection to the VDS DVR
System.
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Fill out the user information and click “OK”.
This user information must be used at the Dial-Up
Client, which will be discussed on the next chapter.
Note: The “Allowed User” means “RAS User” who can access the Dial-Up server from Dial-Up Client.
After a user created, make sure to
check the user created, and click
“Next”.
Select “Internet Protocol TCP/IP” and
click ‘Properties’.
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Check “Allow callers to access my local area network”.
In TCP/IP address assignment, check “Specify TCP/IP
addresses”, and fill out from and to IP address as shown
in picture. It is strongly recommended to use as it is
shown. Click “OK”, and click “Next” at the Networking
Components.
When the connection established successfully, ‘From’ IP
will be the virtual IP of the server, VDS DVR System,
and ‘To’ IP will be assigned to the client.
Specify the connection name and click
“Finish”. Any name may be used for
connection name.
Upon completion of Network Connection
Wizard, the new connection icon will be
located in Network Connection.
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5.4.2. Installation of Dial-Up Client
On VDS Net system, click “Start > Setup > Control pad > Network Connection.”
Click “Create a new connection.”
Click ‘Next’.
Select “Connect to the Internet”, and Click “Next”.
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Select “Set up my connection manually”, and
Click “Next”.
Select “Connect using a dial-up modem”, and
Click “Next”.
Set ISP Name as you want, and Click “Next”.
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Enter the phone number which is assigned to
the VDS DVR System, and Click “Next”.
Enter the user information, which was created
on the VDS DVR System, and Click “Next”.
Click “Finish” to complete setting.
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5.4.3. Using Dial-Up Connection
• On VDS DVR system
Make sure that the Dial-Up Server is configured and Main is running.
• On VDS Net system,
Click “Start > Setup > Control pad > Network Connection.”
The icon for the Dial-up will be
displayed with the name assigned
while setting. Double click on the
icon. It is ‘dvr’ on the left picture.
Verify the user name, password, and number to dial.
Then click on ‘Dial’ to establish the connection.
If the connection fails, check modem drivers on both VDS DVR
and Net systems, under Device Manager, and check the Dial-up
server and client setting.
If connected, run VDS Net and register a site with following information.
Method: TCP/IP
Address: the virtual IP registered at ‘From’ in Dial-up server.
Username & Password: user information registered at the DiViS DVR System.
After setting the site information as above, it is ready to connect to the VDS DVR System.
Note: The image will be displayed very slowly due to the limited transmission speed.
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