SNV-3080(P)
Network Camera
User Manual
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CAUTION : T O REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a
risk of electric shock is present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.
WARNING
 To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance
to rain or moisture.
 To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/
wall in accordance with the installation instructions.
 If this power supply is used at 24V ac, a suitable plug adapter should be
used.
 The camera is to be only connected to PoE networks without routing to
the outside plant.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the
specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to
the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause
explosion, fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the
capacity may cause abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure
connection may cause fire.
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5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of
camera may cause personal injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts,
etc.) or containers filled with water on top of the camera. Doing so may
cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the
product. In such case, immediately disconnect the power source and
contact the service center. Continued use in such a condition may
cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service
center. Never disassemble or modify this product in any way.
(SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized
modifications or attempted repair.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product.
Doing so may cause fire or electric shock
11. Do not expose the product to the direct airflow from an air conditioner.
Otherwise, it may cause moisture condensation inside the Clear Dome
due to temperature difference between internal and external of the
dome camera.
12. If you install this product in a low-temp area such as inside a cold store,
you must seal up the wiring pipe with silicon, so that the external air can
not flow inside the housing.
Otherwise, external high, humid air may flow inside the housing, pooling
moisture or vapor inside the product due to a difference between
internal and external temperature.
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7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may
cause fire or electric shock.
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CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep
away from a location subject to excessive vibration or magnetic
interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low
temperature (below -10°C), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or
electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off
the power and then move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm.
Neglecting to do so may cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such
as sun, as this may damage the CCD image sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily
operable at any time.
10. When using the camera outdoors, moisture may occur inside the
camera due to temperature difference between indoors and outdoors.
For this reason, it is recommended to install the camera indoors. For
outdoor use, use the camera with built-in fan and heater.
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FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions :
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
Canadian Interference.-Causing Equipment Regulations of
ICES-003.
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CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
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important safety instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by
the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus
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Contents
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installation &
connection
14
camera setup
27
network connection
and setup
36
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15
16
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21
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Important Safety Instructions
Product Features
Recommended Pc Specifications
What’s Included
At a Glance
Disassembling
Inserting/Removing an SD
Memory Card
Memory Card Information (not
included)
Connecting with other Device
Installation
Optional Accessories for
Installation
27 How to use the menu key
28 Main Menu
28 Profile
29Camera Setup
33 Privacy Zone
34 Others
35 System Info
35 Language
36
Connecting the Camera to an
Ip Router with the xdsl/cable
Modem
37 Connecting the Camera to
an Ip Router with Local Area
Networking
38 Connecting the Camera Directly
to a Dhcp-based xdsl/cable
Modem
39 Connecting the Camera Directly
to Local Area Networking
40 IP Address Setup
41 Static IP Setup
44 Dynamic IP Setup
45 Port Range Forward (Port
Mapping) Setup
46Connecting to the camera from a
shared local PC
46Connecting to the camera from a
remote PC via the Internet
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10
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web viewer
47
setup screen
55
appendix
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47Connecting to the camera
48 Login
49 Installing ActiveX
50 Using the Live Screen
51Backup
54 Using the Sd Search Viewer
Screen
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60
64
65
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Accessing the Setup screen
Default Setup
System Setup
Overlay Setup
Event Setup
Network Setup
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Profile
Terminology
Specifications
Frame Rate (NTSC)
Frame Rate (PAL)
Troubleshooting
Product Features
Precautions – Installation and Use
Do not bend or drop the SD memory card.
Do not store or use the SD memory card in a high temperature, high humidity or dusty place.
Be careful not to apply foreign substances on the terminals of SD memory card.
In case of cleaning terminals, wipe gently with a soft cloth.
Before ejecting the SD memory card, release the checkbox <SD Card Record> in
<Alarm image> and press [Apply] button. (page 67)
 If SD memory card have reached its lifespan, no data will be saved.
In this case, purchase a new one and replace the SD memory card.
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RECOMMENDED PC SPECIFICATIONS
 CPU : Pentium4 / 2.4GHz or higher
 Operating System : Windows XP(Service Pack2,
Service Pack3) / Windows Vista / Windows 7
 Resolution : 1024X768 pixels or higher
 RAM : 512MB or higher
Compatible Ip Routers
 Web Browser : Internet Explorer 6.0 or
higher
 Video Card : Radeon, Nvidia
 Video Memory: 128MB
 DirectX 8.1 or higher
 Linksys / D-Link / Netgear
Compatible Poe Switches
 Linksys SRW224G4P / D-Link DES-1316 / SMC SMCPWR-INJ3
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 Support various communication protocols
Supports TCP/IP, UDP, RTP/RTSP, SMTP for email, and FTP protocols as well as various
internet protocols such as ARP, HTTP, HTTPS and DHCP.
 Web Browser-based Monitoring
Using the Internet web browser to display the image in a local network environment.
 Automatic Local IP Setup
Even a network novice can install it with minimum operations.
 Alarm
If an alarm sensor is connected and it detects a motion, a message is sent to the
registered address via FTP/email (SMTP) or stored in the SD memory card, or an alarm
will signal to the alarm out terminal.
 Intelligent Video Analysis (the event rule and the motion rectangle box are displayed
only in the MJPEG Live screen.)
If an event rule is defined for the video analysis and it detects a motion in the configured rule
area, a message is sent to the registered address via FTP/email (SMTP) or stored in the SD
memory card, or an alarm will signal to the alarm out terminal.
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What’s Included
Please check if your camera and accessories are all included in the product package.
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Part name
Standard
Quantity
Camera
SNV-3080
1
DVD
User Manual/
IP INSTALLER
S/W
1
Usage
User
Manual
1
Alarm Cable
1
Cable for
test monitor
connection
1
Used to connect to a monitor for camera
operation test.
For connecting to a surveillance monitor, use
BNC cable.
Plastic
Anchor
HUD 5
4
Used to fix the screws, for installation Insert
the anchor into a drilled hole (to reinforce the
strength).
Fixing
Screws
BH, M4 x L8,
SILVER
4
Used when installing the case on the ceiling,
with pipe or wall mount. Used to stop up a hole.
Tapping
Screws
TH, M4xL30.
BLACK +O RING
4
Used for ceiling and wall installations
L-wrench
TORX T-20
1
Used for assembling / disassembling the dome
cover.
Template
ART PAPER
1
Guiding template for the installation
At a Glance
Appearance
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Item
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Description
Dome Cover
Dome cover for the lens and unit protection.
Heater
Operates if ambient temperature drops below 5°C, for defrosting the dome
cover.
Main unit
Main unit includes the lens, switch board, PCB boards and screws.
Power Port
Used to plug the power cable.
Video Out Jack
Connects to the video input terminal of a monitor, which outputs the video
signal from the camera.
Audio In Jack
Used to connect to a microphone.
Audio Out Jack
Used to connect to speakers.
 Wipe out a dirty surface of the lens softly with a lens tissue or cloth to which you have applied
ethanol.
 Do not touch the unit since it is hot when the heater is operating.
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Inside
3
4
Item
Description
Network Port
Used to connect a PoE or LAN cable.
Alarm In / Out
terminals
Alarm in/out terminals can be configured as follows:
- ALARM IN : Terminal for Alarm Input.
- ALARM OUT : Terminal for Alarm Output.
- GND : Grounding terminal.
SD Memory Card
Compartment
Reset Button
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Compartment for the SD memory card.
Resets the camera settings.
Press the button for about 3 seconds, and the system indicator turns off and
will restart.
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address, subnet mask, gateway address etc.) using the IP Installer
software application.
Components
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Item
Description
Inner Cover
Cover for the main unit’s protection.
Side wing hooks
By lifting it while gently pressing the both ends, you can separate the inner cover.
Monitor Out
Using the test monitor cable, you can connect to a mobile display for camera
test.
ZOOM lever
You can adjust or fix the zoom ratio
Focus lever
Turn the barrel left or right to adjust the focus, and turn the knob clockwise to
lock the focus.
Lock Release
To separate the bracket from the main unit for the installation or to separate the
camera from an installed camera, push this release and turn the main unit in the
marked direction of <UNLOCK>.
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Disassembling
To connect the alarm in/out, the dome cover and lens cover are to be separated.
1. Using the L-wrench provided, loosen 3
screws by turning them counterclockwise
and separate the dome cover.
2. Lift up the inner cover while gently pressing
its both ends to separate it from the unit.
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Inserting/Removing an SD Memory Card
Inserting an SD Memory Card
Push the SD memory card in the direction of the arrow shown in the diagram.
 Do not insert the SD memory card while it’s upside down by force. Otherwise, it may damage the
SD memory card.
Removing an SD Memory Card
Gently press down on the exposed end of the memory card as shown in the diagram to
eject the memory card from the slot.
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 Pressing too hard on the SD memory card can cause the card to shoot out uncontrollably from the
slot when released.
 Before ejecting the SD memory card, release the checkbox <SD Card Record> in <Alarm
image> and press [Apply] button. (page 67)
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Memory Card Information (not included)
What is a memory card?
The memory card is an external data storage device that has been developed to offer an
entirely new way to record and share video, audio, and text data using digital devices.
Selecting a memory card that’s suitable for you
Your camera supports SDHC memory cards.
You may, however, experience compatibility issues depending on the model and make of
the memory card.
Your camera supports SD memory cards.
Note that supported memory card capacity is up to 2GB.
For your camera, we recommend you use a memory card from the following manufacturers:
SDHC/SD Memory Card: Panasonic, Sandisk, Toshiba
Your camera supports 128MB to 16GB (SD Card : 2GB) of memory card capacity.
Playback performance can be affected depending on the speed of memory card, so use
the high-speed memory card.
To ensure proper recording of video data, we recommend you use a memory card that
supports at least read/write speed 10Mbps and Class 6.
Memory Card Use
SD and SDHC memory cards feature a switch that disables writing data on to the media.
Having this switch to the Lock position will prevent accidental deletion of data stored in the
memory card but at the same time will also prevent you from writing data on to the media.
❖ Memory Card Components
Contacts
Lock Switch
SDHC
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Connecting WITH OTHER DEVICE
Monitor
Power Supply
Connect the power adaptor and camera’s power in jack.
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 Be careful not to reverse the polarity when you connect the power cable.
You can also use a router featuring PoE (Power over Ethernet) to supply power to the camera.
Connecting to the monitor
Connect the camera’s Video Out jack and the monitor’s video in jack.
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Power
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Connecting to Audio Input/Output
Microphone
LINE-OUT
LINE-IN
Microphone
Speaker
1. Connect the AUDIO IN port of the camera with the microphone directly or LINE OUT
port of the amplifier that the microphone is connected to.
 Direct Mic Connection : Set Audio Input Gain high (10). (Refer to page 56)
 Line Out Connection : Set Audio Input Gain low (1). (Refer to page 56)
2. Connect the AUDIO OUT port of the camera with the LINE IN port of the speaker.
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Audio I/O Block Diagram
Network
Microphone
Speaker
 Audio Codec
G.711 PCM. μ-law 64kbps 8kHz sampling
 Full duplex Audio
 Audio in
Used for mono signal line input (Max.2.4 Vpp)
 Audio out
Used for mono signal line output (Max.2.4 Vpp)
 Line out impedance
600Ω
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Connecting to the I/O port box
Connect the Alarm I/O cable to the corresponding port of the inner port box.
5 4 3 2 1
1,2 : ALARM IN 1,2
3 : GND
4,5 : ALARM OUT 1,2
 ALARM IN 1, 2 : Used to connect the alarm input signal.
 GND : Used for earth-grounding.
 ALARM OUT 1, 2 : Used to connect the alarm output signal.
Alarm I/O Wiring Diagram
ALARM IN 1
1
ALARM IN 2
2
GND
3
External Relay
ALARM OUT 1
4
External Relay
ALARM OUT 2
5
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INSTALLATION
Precautions before installation
For ease of installation, you can purchase appropriate optional accessories available.
Optional Accessories for Installation
For ease of installation, you can purchase appropriate optional accessories available.
1. WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR(SCX-300WM)/
HANGING MOUNT(SCX-300HM)
This adaptor is used when installing the dome
camera onto a wall.
2. CEILING MOUNT ADAPTOR(SCX-300CM)/
HANGING MOUNT(SCX-300HM)
This adaptor is used when installing the dome
camera on a concrete ceiling.
3. POLE MOUNT ADAPTOR(SCX-300PM)
This is an adaptor for WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR
(SCX-300WM) installation on a pole whose
diameter is bigger than 80mm.
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 Select an installation site (ceiling or wall) that can endure at least 5 times of the
camera weight.
 Stuck-in or peeled-off cables can cause damage to the product or a fire.
 For safety purposes, keep anyone else away from the installation site.
And put aside personal belongings from the site, just in case.
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4. CORNER MOUNT ADAPTOR (SCX-300KM)
This is an adaptor for WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR
(SCX-300WM) installation on the corner of wall
joint.
Installing on the ceiling directly
1. Using the L-wrench provided, loosen 3
screws by turning them counterclockwise
and separate the dome cover.
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2. Loosen 3 screws by turning them
counterclockwise, press both left and right
lock releases inwards (in arrow direction) to
unlock the stopper, and then separate the
camera from the case.
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3. Drill holes (diameter 5mm, more than 35mm
deep) on the ceiling by matching to the holes
on the case bed, and insert plastic anchors
(HUD 5) fully into the holes. Fix the case bed
on the ceiling by using Tapping Screws (TH
M4xL30). (4 places)
4. Connect power and video cables and arrange them so not to damage or squeeze
them and assemble the camera unit in the reverse way.
5. Adjust the lens aiming to your desired direction.
6. Assemble the Dome Cover.
For waterproof purpose, fix and secure the bolt using L-wrench provided.
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Flushed installation on the ceiling
1. Using the provided template, drill a hole for the camera unit and fixing holes (diameter
5mm, more than 35mm deep) on the ceiling. Insert the plastic anchors (HUR-5) fully
into the fixing holes.
2. Separate the dome cover and case.
For separating dome cover and case, refer to the steps 1 and 2 of “Installing on
the ceiling directly”.
3. Connect power and video cables and arrange cable running not to damage or
squeeze them.
4. Remove the case assembly screws from the
camera module.
5. Insert the camera module into the camera
hole, and install it by fastening the Tapping
Screws (TH, M4xL30) by matching the fixing
holes (3 places).
6. Assemble the Dome Cover.
Refer tot the step 6 of “Installing on the
ceiling directly".
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Installing on adaptors (sold separately, SCX-300WM, 300CM,
300KM, 300PM)
1. Separate the dome cover and case.
For separating dome cover and case, refer
to the steps 1 and 2 of “Installing on the
ceiling directly”.
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2. Assemble and secure the case and adaptor
(sold separately) using 4 fixing screws (BH,
M4xL8, provided).
3. Connect power and video cables and
arrange cable running not to damage or
squeeze them, and assemble the camera
unit in the reverse way.
4. Assemble the Dome Cover.
Refer tot the step 6 of “Installing on the
ceiling directly".
Connecting additional alarm cables
1. Separate the dome cover and case to
connect alarm cable.
For separating dome cover and case, refer
to the steps 1 and 2 of “Installing on the
ceiling directly”.
2. Tear off the long rubber plug as illustrated in
the figure.
3. Through the hole opened in step 2 by tearing
the plug off, insert the alarm cable and
connect it to the alarm terminal of the PCB.
4. Assemble the camera module and the case.
Refer tot the step 4 of “Installing on the
ceiling directly".
5. Adjust the lens aiming to your desired
direction and assemble the dome cover.
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Adjusting the monitoring direction for the camera
Panning
Tilting
Lens rotation
You can adjust the camera direction only when the camera is fixed on the ceiling.
Then, turning the camera to the left or right is referred to as "Panning", while tilting the
angle is "Tilting". For panning, the panning limit is 220° for the clockwise, and 120° for the
counterclockwise, a total of 340° enabled; further rotation is stopped by the stopper.
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camera setup
You can configure the camera settings using the Web Viewer.
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 For accessing the Web Viewer, refer to "Network Connection and Setup". (page 36)
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How to use the menu key
Follow the steps below if you run the Web Viewer for setting the menus.
1. Launch the Web Viewer.
2. From the [Camera OSD] menu in the left
pane, click [Menu].
The <MAIN MENU> screen appears.
3. Click the Up/Down ($%) buttons to move to a
desired item.
4. Click the four direction ($%_ +) buttons to navigate through the menu items.
5. To change the value of a selected item, click the Left/Right (_ +) buttons.
6. Click [
].
Your changes will be applied.
: Exits the menu setup screen.
Before exiting the setup screen, select [SAVE] to save your settings, or [QUIT] to
cancel them.
: Saves your settings and returns to the previous screen.
: Returns to the main menu.
: Use this icon if you want to save your settings after you specified the mask area and
privacy area, etc.
Once you saved your settings, the changes remain intact even if you select [QUIT] on
exit.
: Use this icon if you want to delete a mask, or privacy area, etc.
Once you deleted your settings, the deletions remain valid even if you select [QUIT] on
exit.
: This arrow appears next to a menu that contains sub items.
For the items with the "*" mark on the right, You can get help from "Terminology". (page 74)
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 If intelligent video analysis is enabled, camera’s OSD menu operation can be set as an event.
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MAIN MENU
You can configure the camera settings to your preference.
 PROFILE
You can select a mode that is appropriate to the
camera installation environment.
 CAMERA SET
Configure the camera functions and settings.
 PRIVACY ZONE
You can configure the privacy settings.
 OTHER SET
You can configure more settings including
FACTORY DEFAULTS.
 SYSTEM INFO
Shows the camera version and type.
 LANGUAGE
Select a preferred one from the supported languages.
** MAIN MENU **
PROFILE
CAMERA SET
PRIVACY ZONE
OTHER SET
SYSTEM INFO
LANGUAGE
PROFILE
You can select one from the pre-determined modes as appropriate to your specific camera installation
environment.
Your selection on each item in PROFILE will affect all other settings of the camera. For the
setting, refer to "PROFILE". (page 73)
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
 STANDARD
◄ PROFILE ►
Automatically optimizes the camera settings to
the normal environment.
*STANDARD
ITS
 ITS
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
This setting enables you to analyze the traffic
GAMING
situation and take the traffic information at a glance.
CUSTOM
 BACKLIGHT
This setting enables you to view a sharp background
and object even in a severe backlight scene.
 DAY/NIGHT
Automatically optimizes the camera settings to the day and night scene.
 GAMING
This automatically configures the settings so that you can work in a stable illumination
condition as indoors.
 CUSTOM
Your change to any of the PROFILE settings will switch the display to CUSTOM.
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Camera Setup
You can configure the general settings of the camera module.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
CAMERA ID
Provide the ID and position for a camera that displays on the screen.
2. Use the four direction ($%_ +) buttons to
select a desired character.
In the lower input box of the screen, the
selected character will be entered.
 You can enter up to 54 characters including letters,
numbers and special characters.
3. When done, continue to select <LOCATION>
to specify the display position of the camera ID.
CAMERA ID
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZO
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123456789 : ? + *()/
SP►► ◄◄ SP LOCATION
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IRIS
You can set the iris to control the intensity of radiation incoming to the camera.
1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <IRIS>.
ALC
2. Use the left/right (_ +) buttons to select
[ 00] ---- I ---LEVEL
<ALC>.
BACKLIGHT
OFF
 ALC : Controls the luminance automatically.
- Level : Select the global brightness level.
- Backlight : Select WDR or BLC.
- WDR : Define the composition for weight
factor, the shutter speed in WDR level, and
select outdoor or indoor for white balance
setup.
- BLC (Backlight compensation) : Configure the backlight compensation area by
defining the area size and location.
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 If the iris is set to <ALC>, fixing the iris is your priority when you adjust AE and the shutter speed.
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1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <CAMERA ID>.
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MOTION
You can specify a level of AGC for controlling the
camera motion.
Select F.FAST if you want to monitor a very fast
moving object in a low contrast scene, and S.SLOW
if monitoring a very slow moving, inanimate object in
the same condition.
As long as DAY/NIGHT is set to AUTO, the
<MOTION> menu is not available.
◄
CAMERA SET
CAMERA ID
IRIS
MOTION
DNR
SHUTTER
SENS-UP
FLICKERLESS
XDR
DIS
►
ON
ALC
(F.FAST)--MID
OFF
AUTO X4
OFF
MID
OFF
DNR
Reduces the noise on the screen.
This is useful, especially for a noisy screen.
Set it to <USER>, you can specify the level.
SHUTTER
The SHUTTER menu is used to set the fixed fast
electronic shutter or auto fast electronic shutter.
DAY/NIGHT
WHITE BAL
DIGITAL ZOOM
DETAIL
AGC COLOR SUP
REVERSE
POSI/NEGA
PIP
AUTO
OFF
[2]
MID
OFF
+
OFF
SENS-UP
If the brightness of the video signal is too low, the Slow Shutter function will be activated.
Slow Shutter can collect the individual max frame rate to adjust the setting.
FLICKERLESS
If set to <ON>, the shutter speed will be fixed to 1/100 second. This will prevent possible
screen distortion due to a mismatch between the vertical sync frequency and the blinking
frequency of the lighting.
 If SHUTTER is set to AUTO, FIX, EXT mode / SENSE UP to FIX / AGC to FIX, the <DIS> menu will be
disabled.
XDR
This will correct a brightness difference between different scenes for the optimal visibility.
The higher the value is, the higher the correction level is.
DIS
Automatically compensates for the flicker on the screen.
If set to <ON>, the image will be enlarged with digital zoom as much area as
compensated.
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DAY/NIGHT
You can specify a recording mode according to the scene.
1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <DAY/NIGHT>.
AUTO
BURST
DAYNIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
DWELL TIME
NIGHTDAY
BRIGHTNESS
DWELL TIME
MASK AREA
OFF
MID
2S
MID
5S
1 2
MASK AREA
<SIZE>
<LOCATION>
WHITE BAL
If you need to adjust the screen brightness, use the WHITE BALANCE function.
1. Select <CAMERA SET> - <WHITE BAL>.
2. Select a mode where you set the balance.
 DAY : You can set the RED, and BLUE value
in DAY mode.
 NIGHT : You can adjust the <WHITE BAL>
according to the ambient luminance.
WHITE BAL
DAY/NIGHT
MODE
RED
BLUE
DAY
ATW2
[ 00] ---- I ---[ 00] ---- I ----
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2. Select a screen transition mode according to
the illumination, and set options as appropriate.
 DAY : Fixed to DAY mode, regardless of the
scene.
 NIGHT : Fixed to NIGHT mode, regardless
of the scene.
If BURST is set to <ON>, the burst signal will
output.
 AUTO : According to the luminance, this will
switch DAY to NIGHT mode, or vice versa.
 DAYNIGHT / NIGHTDAY : If set to
<AUTO>, you can specify the brightness
level triggering the mode switch between
DAY and NIGHT as well as the interval.
 MASK AREA : If there exists a bright spot
light source in a night scene, you can specify
the size and position as needed.
Any excessively bright area in a night scene
will be masked.
camera setup
3. According to the specified recording mode,
WHITE BAL
select a WHITE BAL mode with necessary
options.
DAY/NIGHT
NIGHT
BRIGHTNESS
MID
 BRIGHTNESS : Specify a brightness level
MODE
AWC
[ 00] ---- I ---RED
triggering the switch from DAY to NIGHT
[ 00] ---- I ---BLUE
mode.
[0040]
R-GAIN
[0133]
B-GAIN
 MODE : According to the selected mode,
you can adjust the RED and BLUE color
level.
- RED : Adjust the strength of the red color.
- BLUE : Adjust the strength of the blue color.
- R-GAIN/B-GAIN : Specify the current color temperature manually.
 You can set the R-GAIN, and B-GAIN value only in AWC mode.
DIGITAL ZOOM
You can set the digital zoom factor and position.
When the zoom factor and position are defined, the digital zoom function will operate.
 If you set the digital zoom to a larger factor than the actual enlargement for compensation, the DIS
function will be disabled.
DETAIL
You can adjust the vertical and horizontal sharpness, respectively.
AGC COLOR SUP
This will adjust the color scheme according to the AGC value.
REVERSE
This will reverse the signal left to right, top to bottom, or a combination of the preceding.
POSI/NEGA
This will display the video brightness signal either normally or reversely.
PIP
You can view a main image with a sub image on the same screen.
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PRIVACY ZONE
You can set up to 12 privacy zones that will be hided for privacy of the subject when recording.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
Zone Setup
1. Select <MAIN MENU> - <PRIVACY ZONE>.
3. Select the <PIXEL LEVEL>.
Specify the pixel unit level for the POSITION
setting.
4. Select <POINT>.
You will see dots on the screen.
◄
1
7
PRIVACY ZONE
2
8
3
4
9 10
►
5 6
11 12
PRIVACY SET
STYLE
ON
MOSAIC1
PRIVACY ZONE SET 1
PIXEL LEVEL
<POINT>
<POSITION>
[4]
5. Use the four direction ($%_ +) buttons to
specify the position for each of the four dots.
6. Select <POSITION> and use the four direction
($%_ +) buttons to specify the position for
each of the four dots.
7. Save the changes and move to the previous screen and select the <STYLE>.
Select <COLOR> and pick a desired color.
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 Setting one or more privacy zone and enabling privacy function will disable the PIP function.
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2. Use the four direction ($%_ +) buttons to
select a desired number.
The Zone setup screen appears.
camera setup
Others
You can reset the camera, or select the OSD font color to your preference.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
Factory Default
1. Select <MAIN MENU> - <OTHER SET>
- <FACTORY DEFAULTS>.
The FACTORY DEFAULTS setup screen
appears.
◄
2. Select <OK>.
All the settings will be restored to the factory
default.
However, the language setting will not be
restored.
You can set the font color of the user interface.
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►
FACTORY DEFAULTS
OSD COLOR
OTHER SET
FACTORY DEFAULTS
OSD COLOR
OK
CANCEL
BW
SYSTEM INFO
You can check the system information.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
1. Select <MAIN MENU> - <SYSTEM INFO>.
2. The current system information is displayed.
 The camera type may different, depend on the video
SYSTEM INFO
►
3_IPV_P
v1.00_090828
signal.
Language
You can select a language to your preference.
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
1. Select <MAIN MENU> - <LANGUAGE>.
2. Select your preferred language using the
up/down (▲▼) buttons.
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 Supported language may different.
◄
LANGUAGE
►
*ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
ITALIANO
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◄
TYPE
CAMERA VER.
network connection and setup
You can set up the network settings according to your network configurations.
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 Before installing or while using this program, visit the Samsung website www.samsungsecurity.com
and download and upgrade with the latest S/W version available.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO AN IP ROUTER WITH THE
XDSL/CABLE MODEM
This is for a small network environment such as homes, SOHO and ordinary shops.
SNV-3080
SNV-3080
IP공유기
IP Router
xDSL 또는
xDSL
or
Cable 모뎀
Cable Modem
Local로컬PC
PC
INTERNET
xDSL
또는 or
xDSL
Cable 모뎀
외부 원격Remote
PC
Cable Modem External
PC
DDNS
DDNS서버
Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
(Data Center, KOREA)
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to an
IP router
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP router, follow the
instructions below.
 Select : <Network Neighborhood>  <Properties>  <Local Area Connection>
 <Properties>  <General>  <Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)>  <Properties>
 <Obtain an IP address automatically> or <Use the following IP address>.
 Follow the instructions below if you select <Use the following IP address>:
ex1) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.1.1
IP address: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
ex2) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.0.1
IP address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1
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ex3) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.xxx.1
IP address: 192.168.xxx.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.xxx.1
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 For the address of the IP router, refer to the product’s documentation.
Select <Status> from the Settings menu of the IP Router
 If it is properly connected, <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask> and <Gateway>
provided by your ISP are displayed. Please remember these values because they
are required so that an external remote computer of the IP router connects to the
camera. However, note that certain ISPs change the settings of <IP Address>,
<Subnet Mask> and <Gateway> on a regular basis
 If the IP router is not properly connected, press the [Connect] button to try to reconnect or check if the settings of the IP router are correct.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO AN IP ROUTER WITH
LOCAL AREA NETWORKING
This is for a large network environment such as corporate office, building, public office and factory.
SNV-3080
Switch
HUB
SNV-3080
IP Router
공유기
IP
INTERNET
Firewall
방화벽
External
외부
원격 PC
Remote PC
Local로컬PC
PC
공유기
외부
Local
PCPC
DDNSServer
서버
DDNS
(DataCenter,
Center, KOREA)
(Data
KOREA)
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to an
IP router
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP router, follow the
instructions below.
 Select : <Network Neighborhood>  <Properties>  <Local Area Connection>
 <Properties>  <General>  <Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)>  <Properties>
 <Obtain an IP address automatically> or <Use the following IP address>.
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Checking if the IP router is connected to the xDSL/Cable modem properly
network connection and setup
 Follow the instructions below if you select <Use the following IP address>:
ex1) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.1.1
IP address: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
ex2) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.0.1
IP address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1
ex3) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.xxx.1
IP address: 192.168.xxx.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.xxx.1
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 For the address of the IP router, refer to the product’s documentation.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA DIRECTLY TO A DHCPBASED XDSL/CABLE MODEM
SNV-3080
INTERNET
xDSL 또는
xDSL
or
Cable
모뎀
Cable
Modem
외부
원격 PC
External
Remote PC
DDNS
DDNSServer
서버
(Data Center,
Center, KOREA)
(Data
KOREA)
Setting the IP Router
This is enabled for a modem using DHCP.
1. Set the Static or Dynamic IP address. (pages 41~45)
2. Launch an Internet browser on the local PC connected to the IP Router.
3. Enter the IP Router’s address in the address bar of the browser.
ex) http://192.168.1.1, http://192.168.0.1
or http://192.168.xxx.1
 For the DDNS URL address, refer to "To check the DDNS address". (page 48)
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4. When the IP Router is connected, the login window appears and prompts you to
enter the password.
 For the login IP and the password, refer to the IP router’s documentation.
5. When done, you will see the setup window of the IP router. In the setup menu,
select “Automatic Configuration-DHCP” for Internet Connection Type.
 For the menu location of Internet Connection Type or DHCP selection, refer to the IP router’s
6. When done, click the [Save] or [Apply] button to save the settings.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AREA
NETWORKING
Connecting to the camera from a local PC in the LAN
1. Launch an Internet browser on the local PC.
2. Enter the IP address of the camera in the address bar of the browser.
SNV-3080
Switch
HUB
SNV-3080
로컬 PC
Local
PC
M
INTERNET
Firewall
방화벽
External
외부
원격 PC
Remote PC
DDNS
DDNS Server
서버
(Data Center,
Center, KOREA)
KOREA)
(Data
 A remote PC in an external Internet out of the LAN network may not be able to connect to the
camera installed in the intranet if the port-forwarding is not properly set or a firewall is set.
In this case, to resolve the problem, contact your network administrator.
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● Network Connection and Setup
documentation.
network connection and setup
IP Address Setup
Buttons used in IP Installer
Item
Description
Device Name
Model name of the connected camera.
Click the column to sort the list by model name.
However, search will be stopped if clicked during the search.
Mode
Displays either <Static> or <Dynamic> for the current network connection
status.
MAC(Ethernet)
Address
Ethernet address for the connected camera.
Click the column to sort the list by Ethernet address.
However, search will be stopped if clicked during the search.
IP Address
IP address.
Click the column to sort the list by IP address.
However, search will be stopped if clicked during the search.
The factory default is "192.168.1.200".
Protocol
Network setting for the camera.
The factory default is "IPv4".
Cameras with the IPv6 setting will be displayed "IPv6".
UPnP Status
This function is not currently implemented.
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URL
IPv4
IPv6
Auto Set
Manual Set
Exit
Scans for cameras with the IPv4 setting.
Scans for cameras with the IPv6 setting.
Scans for cameras that are currently connected to the network.
However, this button will be grayed out if neither IPv4 nor IPv6 is checked.
<IP Installer> will automatically configure the network settings for you.
You should configure the network settings manually.
Exits the IP Installer program.
Static IP Setup
Manual Network Setup
Run <IP Installer.exe> to display the camera search list.
At the initial startup, both [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] will be grayed out.
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 For cameras found with the IPv6 setting, these buttons will be grayed out as the cameras do not
support this function.
1. Select a camera in the search list.
Find the MAC (Ethernet) address
labeled on the rear of the camera.
Both the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set]
buttons will be activated.
2. Click [Manual Set].
The MANUAL SET dialog appears.
The default values of <IP Address>,
<Subnet Mask>, <Gateway>, and <HTTP Port> of the camera will be displayed.
The default <PASSWORD> is 4321.
3. In the <ADDRESS> pane, provide the
necessary information.
MAC (Ethernet) Address : The MAC
(Ethernet) address of the applicable
camera will be set automatically so you
don't need to input it manually.
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● Network Connection and Setup
Search
DDNS URL address enabling access from the external Internet.
However, this will be replaced with the <IP Address> of the camera if
DDNS registration has failed.
network connection and setup
If using an IP router :
 IP Address : Enter an address falling in
the IP range provided by the IP router.
ex) 192.168.1.2~254,
192.168.0.2~254,
192.168.XXX.2~254
 Subnet Mask : The <Subnet Mask> of
the IP router will be the <Subnet Mask>
of the camera.
 Gateway : The <Local IP Address> of
the IP router will be the <Gateway> of the camera.
If not using an IP router :
For setting <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>, and <Gateway>, contact your network
administrator.
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 The values of Device, TCP, UDP, Upload, and Multicast ports can not be changed manually, and
will be adjusted according to the HTTP port value.
4. In the <PORT> pane, provide
necessary information.
 HTTP Port : Used to access the
camera using the Internet browser,
defaulted to 80. Use the spin button
to change the HTTP Port value. The
start value of the port is 80, and
increases or decreases by 6 like
10000, 10006, 10012.
 Device Port : Used to control the video signal transfer, defaulted to 60001(TCP).
 TCP Port : Video signal transfer port using TCP protocols, defaulted to
60002(TCP).
 UDP Port : Video signal transfer port using the UDP Unicast method, defaulted to
60003(UDP).
 Upload Port : Used to upgrade the software firmware, defaulted to 60004(TCP).
 Multicast Port : Video signal transfer port using the UDP Multicast method,
defaulted to 60005(UDP).
5. Enter the password.
This is the login password for the "admin" user who accesses the camera.
The default password is "4321".
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6. Click [OK].
Manual network setup will be completed.
7. When the manual setup including <IP> is completed, the camera will restart.
If the IP router has more than one camera connected
Configure the IP related settings and the Port related settings distinctly with each other.
IP related settings
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
HTTP Port
Device Port
TCP Port
Port related settings
UDP Port
Upload Port
Multicast Port
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Camera #1
Camera #2
192.168.1.200
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.201
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
80
60001
60002
60003
60004
60005
10000
10001
10002
10003
10004
10005
 If the <HTTP Port> is set other than 80, you must provide the <PORT> number in the address
bar of the Internet browser before you can access the camera.
ex) http://IP address : HTTP Port
http://192.168.1.201:10000
Auto Network Setup
Run <IP Installer.exe> to display the camera search list.
At the initial startup, both [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] will be grayed out.
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 For cameras found with the IPv6 setting, these buttons will be grayed out as the cameras do not
support this function.
1. Select a camera in the search list.
Find the MAC (Ethernet) address
labeled on the rear of the camera.
Both the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set]
buttons will be activated.
2. Click [Auto Set].
The AUTO SET dialog appears.
The <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>,
and <Gateway> will be set automatically.
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● Network Connection and Setup
Category
network connection and setup
3. Enter the password.
This is the login password for the
"admin" user who accesses the camera.
The default password is "4321".
4. Click [OK].
Auto network setup will be completed.
5. The camera will automatically complete
the network setting and restart.
Dynamic IP Setup
Dynamic IP Environment Setup
 Example of the dynamic IP environment
- If an IP router, with cameras connected, is assigned an IP address by the DHCP
server
- If connecting the camera directly to the xDSL or cable modem using the DHCP
protocols
- If IPs are assigned by the internal DHCP server via the LAN
Checking the dynamic IP
1. From a local PC, run <IP Installer>
to display a list of cameras that are
assigned <Dynamic IP>.
2. Select a camera in the list, and click
[Manual Set] to check the <Dynamic
IP> of the camera.
If you uncheck <DHCP>, you
can change <IP> or <PORT> to
<STATIC>.
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Port Range Forward (Port Mapping) Setup
If you have installed an IP router with a camera connected, you must set the port range
forwarding on the IP router so that a remote PC can access the camera in it.
Manual Port Range Forwarding
● Network Connection and Setup
1. From the Setup menu of the IP router,
select <Applications & Gaming> <Port Range Forward>.
For setting the port range forward for
a third-party IP router, refer to the user
guide of that IP router.
2. Select <TCP> and <UDP Port> for
each connected camera to the IP
router.
Each port number for the IP router
should match that specified in <Basic>
- <IP> from the camera's Setup menu.
3. When done, click [Save Settings].
Your settings will be saved.
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network connection and setup
Connecting to the camera from a shared local
PC
1. Launch <IP Installer>.
It will scan for connected cameras and
display a list of them.
2. Double-click a camera to access.
The Internet browser starts and
connects to the camera.
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 You can also access the camera by typing the IP address of the camera in the address bar of the
Internet browser.
Connecting to the camera from a remote PC via
the Internet
As a remote PC can not directly access <IP Installer>, you should access the camera in the IP
router network using DDNS URL of the camera.
1. Before you can access a camera in the IP router network, you should have set the
port range forward for the IP router.
2. From the remote PC, launch the Internet browser and type the DDNS URL address
of the camera, or the IP address of the IP router in the address bar.
ex) http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
 For the DDNS URL address, refer to "To check the DDNS address". (page 48)
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web viewer
Connecting to the camera
Normally, you would
● Web Viewer
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the IP address of the camera in
the address bar.
ex) • IP address (IPv4) : 192.168.1.200
 http://192.168.1.200
- the Login dialog should appear.
• IP address (IPv6) : 2001:230:abcd:
ffff:0000:0000:ffff:1111
 http://[2001:230:abcd:ffff:0000
:0000:ffff:1111]
If the HTTP port is other than 80
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the IP address and HTTP port number of the camera in the address bar.
ex) IP address : 192.168.1.200:Port number(10000)  http://192.168.1.200:10000
- the Login dialog should appear.
Using URL
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the DDNS URL of the camera in the address bar.
ex) URL address : http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
- the Login dialog should appear.
Connecting via URL (If the HTTP port is other than 80)
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the DDNS URL and HTTP port number of the camera in the address bar.
ex) URL address : http://mfffe42.websamsung.net:Port number(10000)
 http://mfffe42.websamsung.net:10000
- the Login dialog should appear.
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web viewer
To check the DDNS address
The DDNS address consists of: <one of the lower-case letters: c, m, p> + <the last 6 digits
of the MAC (Ethernet) address> + <websamsung.net>
The small letter will be <c> if the first 6 digits of the MAC (Ethernet) address is <00:00:f0>,
or <m> if they are <00:16:6c>, or <p> for <00:68:36>.
ex) - If the MAC (Ethernet) address is 00:00:f0:ff:fe:42: c + fffe42 + websamsung.net =
cfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC (Ethernet) address is 00:16:6c:ff:fe:42: m + fffe42 +websamsung.net =
mfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC (Ethernet) address is 00:68:36:ff:fe:42: p + fffe42 +websamsung.net =
pfffe42.websamsung.net
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 The above mentioned addresses are simply examples; do not use any of these while connecting to
your system.
Login
The default user ID is "admin", and the default password is "4321".
1. Enter "admin" in the <User Name>
input box.
2. Enter "4321" in the <Password> input
box.
If the password is changed, enter the
changed password instead.
3. Click [OK].
If you have logged in successfully, you
will the Live Viewer screen.
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 For security purposes, ensure that you change the password in <Basic> - <user>.
The administrator ID, "admin", is fixed and can not be changed.
 If you check the "Save this password in your password list" option when your input is done, you will
be logged in automatically without being prompted to enter the login information from the next log in.
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 For this, your computer has installed DirectX 8.1 or later.
You can get a free download of the latest DirectX from http://www.microsoft.com/download.
If you are using Internet Explorer 7.0 or 8.0 as the default web browser, you can view the best
quality image with a screen ratio of 100%. Reducing the ratio may cut the image on the borders.
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Installing ActiveX
If connecting to a camera for the first time, you will see the installation message. Then, install the
required ActiveX to access the camera and control the video from it in real time.
For Windows XP Service Pack 2 users
● Web Viewer
1. Click the installation message that pops
up when you first access the camera.
2. Click <Install ActiveX Control...>.
3. The security warning popup appears,
click [Install].
4. When the required ActiveX is installed
properly after your access to the
camera, the Live screen should appear.
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 For normal installation, set the Block
Popup setting as follows:
Internet Explorer ➝ Tools ➝ Block
Popup ➝ Always allow popups from
the current site(A)
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web viewer
Using the Live Screen
Item
SD Search
Setup
About
Reset Alarm
Capture
Print
Record
Description
Moves to the screen for searching event images from the SD card.
Move to the Setup screen.
You can check the firmware version, serial number and manufacturer information.
Resets the Alarm icon. (Alarm and Intelligent Video Analysis icons will disappear.)
Saves the snapshot as an image file in the .jpeg or .bmp format.
Prints out the current image.
Records the current video in avi movie file format.
Full Screen
Displays the Live screen in full screen.
Video format
You can set the video format(MJPEG, H.264/MPEG4) for video files.
Note that the menu configuration may differ from your setup of <H.264 & MPEG4
video select> in Video Setup menu.
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Alarm output
On : Activates the specified Alarm Out port.
Off : Deactivates the specified Alarm Out port.
Pulse : Activates the Alarm Out port as much time as specified before deactivating it.
Camera OSD
Used to retrieve and customize the Camera Setup menu.
Audio
Check the Listen or Speak check box for Audio.
● Web Viewer
Viewer Screen
For selecting and saving each menu item, refer to "How to use the menu key". (page 27)
Displays the Live video on the screen.
Backup
You can capture, print out, and save the snapshot in the specified path.
To capture the snapshot
1. Click [ ] on the scene to capture.
The Capture dialog should appear.
2. Click [OK].
The screenshot will be saved in the
specified path.
 Default file path
- Windows XP : C:\Program Files\Samsung\SNV-3080\SnapShot\Live
If you want to change the path, click [Set path ( )] and specify a path.
- Windows Vista, Windows 7 : C:\users\[UserID]\Documents\Samsung\SNB-3000\
VideoClip\Live
On the Windows Vista, Windows 7 system, the path to save is fixed.
 The screenshot file will be named automatically in the format of <IP address_Port
number_YYYYMMDD_hhmmss_index>.
ex) 192.168.0.200_60001_20000114_133857_00
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web viewer
To print out the screenshot
1. Click [ ] on the scene to print out.
The Print setup dialog appears.
2. Specify the name of the printer
connected, and click [OK].
To record a video
1. Click [
] on the scene to record.
2. You will see the Save AVI dialog;
provide the necessary information.
 Save path : You can change the
default saving path.
 File name : You can change the
default file name.
 HDD minimum free size : If the free
space on the HDD is less than the
recorded space, recording will be forcibly ended.
3. Click [OK].
Recording will start with the display of
<REC> on the viewer screen.
The video file will be saved into the
specified path.
4. If you want to quit recording, click [
again.
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● Web Viewer
 Default file path
- Windows XP : C:\Program Files\Samsung\SNV-3080\VideoClip\Live
If you want to change the path, click [Set path ( )] and specify a path.
- Windows Vista, Windows 7 : C:\users\[UserID]\Documents\Samsung\
SNB-3000\VideoClip\Live
On the Windows Vista, Windows 7 system, the path to save is fixed.
 The screenshot file will be named automatically in the format of <IP address_Port
number_YYYYMMDD_hhmmss_index>.
ex) 192.168.0.200_60001_20090903_112357_00
 If you want to play an .avi file, you must have installed the corresponding DivX
codec on your system.
You can get a free download of the DivX from http://sourceforge.net/projects/
ffdshow/.
 A specific codec to MPEG4 is required before you can play videos in the MPEG4
format.
You can download the codec for MPEG4 videos from www.samsungsecurity.com.
web viewer
USING ThE Sd SEARCh VIEWER SCREEN
1. Click <SD search> tab in the Live screen.
2. The SD Search Screen appears.
Sd Search Viewer Screen layout
Name
Function and description
Thumbnail Size
The thumbnail images are displayed based on the selected size.
Schedule
You can select the desired time to search the schedule events.
Date
Alarm input
Intelligent video
analysis
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You can select the desired date to search for events generated.
You can select the desired time to search the alarm events.
You can search for events of intelligent video analysis by specifying the time period.
setup screen
Accessing the Setup screen
You can configure the default setting, system, overlay, event and network related settings, and
change them as necessary.
● Setup Screen
1. In the Live screen, click the <setup> tab.
2. The Setup screen appears.
Default Setup
To configure the video & audio
settings
You can set the video resolution, quality,
CODEC and audio input/output settings.
1. Select <Basic> - <video & Audio>.
The Video & Audio setup screen appears.
 Brightness : Adjust the screen
brightness from 1 to 100.
 Contrast : Adjust the contrast from
1 to 100.
 Resolution : Set the video size of the
MPEG4, H.264, and MPEG files.
- NTSC : 4CIF(704x480),
VGA(640X480), CIF(352X240)
- PAL : 4CIF(704x576),
VGA(640X480), CIF(352X288)
 Quality : Adjust the picture quality
from 1 to 10.
 Frame rate : Select one from 30 fps,
15 fps, 8 fps, 3 fps, and 1 fps.
 Bitrate control* : Select CBR (Constant
Bit Rate) or VBR (Variable Bit Rate) for
the compression method.
 If selecting VBR, you can not set the target
bit rate.
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Target bitrate : Transfers video signal at a specified bit rate.
Compression : Adjust the compression rate from 5 through 100 by 5.
Encode priority : Set the video transfer method to Frame rate or Quality.
GOP* size : Select a GOP size between 5 and 15.
Deblock : This will soften the edges between macro blocks.
De-interlace : You can reduce the grid noise by using the de-interlacing function.
Only available if MPEG4 resolution is set to 4CIF.
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If the WDR is set to <OFF> or the MPEG4 resolution is not 4CIF, you cannot enable the
MPEG4 CODEC’s de-interlacing
 Profile : Select Baseline or Main for the H.264 profiling method.
 Entropy coding* : Reduces the compression loss due to encoding.
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If you set the profile to Baseline, the entropy coding is available only for CAVLC*; if you set it
to MAIN, the entropy coding is available for both CAVLC* and CABAC*.
 Motion estimation : Estimates the movement of pixels by determining the motion vector.
 Input gain : You can set the audio input gain from 0 to 10.
 Output gain : You can set the audio output gain from 0 to 10.
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If the audio input gain is set to 0, no sound is heard.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
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To configure the IP settings
● Setup Screen
1. Select <Basic> - <IP>.
The IP setup window appears.
 IP configuration : Set the IP and port
settings for the camera.
- IP type : Select one from <Static
IP>, <Dynamic IP>, and <PPPoE
IP>.
 If you select <PPPoE IP>, you can
provide the optional ADSL IP and
password. However, the multicast items
(multicast address, port, TTL) for VNP
and RTP will disappear.
- MAC address : Displays the
Ethernet MAC address.
This is used for creating a DDNS
address.
- IP address : Displays the current IP
address.
- Subnet mask : Displays the
<subnet mask> for the set IP.
- Gateway : Displays the <gateway> for the set IP.
- DNS server : Displays the DNS(Domain Name Service) server address.
- HTTP webserver port : HTTP port used to access the camera via the web
browser. The default is 80(TCP).
- Upload port (TCP) : Used to upgrade the software firmware, defaulted to 60004(TCP).
 IPv6 configuration : Obtains the IPv6 address to access the IPv6 network.
 VNP configuration : Set a port used to transfer video signals with the Samsung
protocols.
- Device port (TCP) : Used to control the video signal transfer, defaulted to 60001(TCP).
- TCP streaming port : Video signal transfer port using TCP protocols, defaulted
to 60002(TCP).
- UDP streaming port : UDP Port used to transfer video signal with the UDP
Unicast protocols. The default is 60003(UDP).
- Multicast address : IP address used to transfer video signal with the UDP
Multicast protocols.
The default is 225.128.1.128, and if you want to change the address, specify it
ranging from 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255.
- Multicast port : UDP Port used to transfer video signal with the UDP Multicast
protocols. The default is 60005(UDP).
- TTL* : Set the TTL for the VNP packet.
The default is 63, and if you want to change the address, specify it ranging from
0 to 255.
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 RTP configuration : You can set the RTP protocol.
- RTSP port : You can set the RTSP port.
- Streaming port : Used to transfer video signal with the RTP protocols.
The default range is between 61000 and 61999.
- Multicast address : IP address used to transfer video signal with the RTP
protocols.
- Multicast port : Used to transfer video signal with the RTP-protocol multicasting.
- TTL* : You can set the TTL for the RTP packet.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings are saved and the system restarts.
The currently opened web browser will be closed.
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 If the IP router has more than one camera connected, you should configure IP and port settings
differently for each camera.
To set the user account
1. Click <Basic> - <User>.
The User setup window appears.
 Login authentication : You can set to
authenticate the login by the user.
- If you select <Enable>, the user
should have gone through the
login authentication; if selecting
<Disable>, every user can access
the system without the login authentication, having the ordinary user permissions.
- When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
2. Add users or edit user ID or password.
 User login ID/password list : Displays a list of accessible users ID, passwords, and
ratings.
- You can add up to 10 users.
- The admin ID is "admin".
- The password for the admin ID can be changed, but not added or deleted.
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User Registration
1. From the User setup window, click
[Insert].
The Register User window appears.
● Setup Screen
2. Provide the <User ID>, <Password>,
and <Confirm password>,
respectively. You can enter up to 9
alphanumeric or special characters
(some excluded) for the user ID and
password, respectively.
3. Select a user level.
Select either <Operator> or <User> for a new user's permission.
4. Click [Apply].
The user registration is completed.
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 An existing user ID can not be added duplicate.
 Neither admin ID nor guest ID can be registered.
To edit a registered user account
1. From the User setup window, select a
user ID to change.
2. From the User setup window, click
[Modify].
The Modify user window appears.
3. Change the <User ID>, <Password>,
<Confirm password>, and <Level> as
you wish.
4. Click [Apply].
The selected user ID will be changed.
To delete a user ID
1. From the User setup window, select a user ID to delete.
2. From the User setup window, click [Delete].
The selected user ID will be deleted.
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 About the user permission
Administrator : Can use all functions (change/control settings).
Operator : Can use only the functions available in the Live Viewer.
User : Can only view the video on the Live Viewer.
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To set the display language
1. Click <Basic> - <language>.
The Language setup window appears.
You can select one from 7 languages
(English/Korean/Chinese/French/Italian/
Spanish/German).
2. When done, click [Apply].
The selected language will be applied.
SYSTEM SETUP
To set the date/time
You can obtain the current system time from the NTP server or your PC for your time
setting.
1. Select <System> - <Date & Time>.
The Date & Time setup window
appears.
2. If you select Manual, input the date and
time manually.
Your settings will be saved.
 Current system time : The specified
time in System Time Setup will be
applied.
 System time setup : You can synchronize the system time with the NTP server (time
server) or your PC, or specify it manually.
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 You can specify the time between January 1, 2000 and December 31, 2037.
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To set the system time
1. Select a desired address in <Address>
or select <Synchronize with PC
viewer>.
2. If you select Manual, input the date and
time manually.
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 <NTP Server IP> is provided by a public agency, the list of which is subject to change from time
to time.
 In a local network, a separate NTP server must be manually defined.
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 The current time can vary depending on the computers regional (GMT and DST) and country (PC
time configuration) settings.
To check the log information
Select <system> - <log>.
The Log information list appears.
 System log list : Shows the log
information about the system changes
along with time and IP address.
- System started: When the camera
turns on
- User login: When the user logs in to
the camera
- System restarted: When the camera restarts
- Network is up: When accessing the network
- Network is down: When not accessing the network
- Video param. changed: When the video related parameters are changed
- System time changed: When the system time is changed
- Network configuration change: When the network related configurations are changed
- Alarm occurrence 1, 2: When an alarm is generated
- Intelligent Video Analysis occurrence: When an intelligent video analysis event is
generated.
- FTP send error: When FTP transfer failed
- SMTP send error: When sending e-mail message through SMTP server fails.
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 The maximum of 2000 logs can be recorded.
If the log number is over 2000, the log in the bottom of the log list will be replaced with a new log.
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3. Click [Apply].
The specified system time will be applied.
setup screen
To update the software
Select <system> - <software update>.
The Software update window appears.
How to update the software
1. From the software update window,
click [Browse…].
The Open dialog appears.
2. Select an updatable file and click
[Open].
3. From the software update window,
click [Install].
The selected file will be unzipped with a
start of the update.
It may take a several minutes to
complete the update.
4. When the software update is completed, you will be prompted to restart the system.
5. Click [OK] to restart the system.
Since the current connection is disconnected, you have to connect to the system
again.
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 If the network is disconnected, the power supply fails, or the PC abnormally operates during the
update, the system does not work at all.
To reset the system
Restart or reset the system if it does not work properly or causes a problem.
Select <system> - <reset>.
The Reset window appears.
 Restart : Restarts the system.
 Factory default : Resets the system
settings to the factory defaults with
following two options:
- Except network parameter : Resets all settings except for the Network Parameters.
- All : Restores all settings to the default.
Initializes to the factory defaults, which functions the same to that of pressing the
[RESET] button inside the main unit.
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 After the system is reset or restarts, you should try to connect to the camera again.
 It takes several minutes until the system completes rebooting. Wait until the system rebooting is
completed and try to connect again.
 After executing <Factory default>, you must run the <IP Installer.exe> program to change the
basic network settings such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway, etc., before you can connect to
the Internet.
1. Select <System> - <HTTPS>.
The HTTPS setup window appears.
 Secure connection system : Select
a secure connection system to use.
To use the secure connection mode
requiring the public certificate for the
secure connection system, you must
have installed a signed certificate
issued by a certificate authority on
your system.
 Install a public certificate : To install the camera’s certificate, you need to type a
certificate name (it can be arbitrarily assigned by user), certificate file issued from
the authority and a key file. When done, click [Install].
If the certificate is installed successfully, the user-defined certificate name will be
displayed. Also, the option button of <HTTPS (Secure connection mode using
the public certificate)> in the upper side becomes activated.
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 To access the camera using HTTPS mode, you have to type the IP address for the camera in the
form of “https://<Camera_IP>”.
2. When done, click [Apply].
The web viewer will switch to the set secure connection system.
To Set IP Filtering
1. Click <System> - <IP filtering>.
The IP Filtering Setup screen appears.
 Basic policy : You can select the IP
filtering policy.
If you set to Permission, the web
server allows all attempting IP
addresses except the addresses
added in the refusal list.
If you set to Refusal, the web server allows only IP addresses added in the
permitted list and rejects all other IP addresses.
To apply the IP filtering policy, click [Apply] button.
2. Enter the IP address and subnet mask into the IP field to be allowed or rejected.
The Filtering range* will differ depending on specified IP address and subnet mask.
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● Setup Screen
To set the HTTPS
setup screen
Overlay Setup
You can display text on the screen.
To set the text
1. Select <Overlay> - <Overlay text>.
The Overlay Text setup window
appears.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
 Overlay text settings : If you select
<Disable>, the overlay text will not
be displayed; If selecting <Enable>, it will display on the screen.
 Show date : Set to display the date information on the bottom screen.
- Output Format : Select a display format of the date information.
YYYY-MM-DD : Year-Month- Day / MM-DD-YYYY : Month-Day-Year/
DD-MM-YYYY : Day-Month-Year
 Show time : Set to display the time information on the bottom screen.
- Output Format : Select a display format of the time information.
24hr : Displays the time in the 24-hour format.
12hr : Displays the time in the 12-hour format.
 Text color : Select black or white for the text color.
 Background color : Select black or white for the background color.
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Event Setup
To set the event transfer function
You can set the FTP/email server (SMTP)
to transfer the alarm images present in the
camera, in case an alarm event occurs.
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● Setup Screen
Select <Event> - <Transfer setup>.
The Image transfer setup window appears.
 For more information on commercial
SMTP services, contact the SMTP service
provider.
To test the FTP transfer
Click [Test].
This will test if the image is transferred to the
specified FTP server properly.
When the test on the FTP server connection
and transfer is done, a message of
<( Verified )> will be displayed.
You will see an error message if the test
fails. If this is the case, check the FTP server
status or the settings again.
 FTP transfer : With this, you can transfer alarm images to the FTP server. If the initial FTP
server setting and the connection status are not verified, the <( Not verified )> message
appears.
- Use passive mode : Select this option when the passive mode connection is
inevitable due to the firewall or FTP server setting.
- FTP server address : Enter the IP address of a FTP server to which an alarm image
will be transferred.
- Upload path : You can specify the path of the FTP directory to which you will
transfer an alarm image.
You can specify the path by just typing </directory name> or <directory name> in
this field.
If nothing is specified, the path will be defaulted to the root directory of the FTP
server.
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- Port : The FTP port is defaulted to 21. This value can be changed according to the
FTP server setting.
- User ID : Provide the user account ID to access the FTP server.
- Password : Provide the user account password to access the FTP server.
 E-mail(SMTP) transfer : With this setting, you can transfer alarm images to the email
server. This function is available only for the SMTP email server. When the initial SMTP
server setting and connection are not verified, the <Not verified> message appears.
- SMTP server address : Enter the SMTP server address to use when you send an
email.
ex) 10.240.56.228
- Port : Enter a port number to use when you send an email. The default is 25.
- User ID : Provide the user account ID to access the SMTP server.
- Password : Provide the user account password to access the SMTP server.
- E-mail sender : Enter the address of the email sender. If the sender address is
incorrect, the email from the sender may be classified as SPAM by the SMTP
server and may not be sent.
- E-mail receiver : Enter the address of the email receiver.
- Title : Enter the subject of the email to send.
- Message : Enter the content of the email to send.
To test the email transfer
Click [Test].
This will test if the image is transferred to the
specified SMTP server properly. When the
test on the SMTP server connection and
transfer is done, a message of <( Verified )>
will be displayed.
You will see an error message if the test
fails.
If this is the case, check the SMTP server
status or the settings again.
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To setup the record
1. Click <Event> - <Record setup>.
The Record setup window appears.
To set an alarm image
You can configure to send message via FTP/E-mail (SMTP) or to save recording into the
SD memory card.
Select a transfer method when an event occurs or the schedule transfer function is activated.
1. Select <Event> - <Alarm image>.
The Alarm Image setup window
appears.
 Transfer mode : You can select
alarm message notification method
among FTP/E-mail transfer and SD
Card recording.
- FTP transfer : The image is sent to
the specified FTP address.
- E-mail transfer : The image is sent to the specified email address.
- SD Card Record : Saves images into the SD memory card.
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If an SD memory card is not inserted, the corresponding button will be disabled.
In this case, insert the SD memory card into the slot and refresh to enable the button.
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If the SD memory card is ejected while the button is checked, the camera automatically
restarts.
 Transferred image naming setup : You can set the file name of an alarm image
to be sent when an alarm is triggered or during the scheduled transfer.
 Pre/post alarm image : You can set to save the pre or post alarm image.
- Number of image : The frame rate per second can be one among 1, 2, 3, and 5.
- Pre-alarm duration : The pre alarm duration can be one among 5 seconds, 10
seconds, 15 seconds, and 30 seconds. You can send a pre-alarm image of up
to 30 seconds before the alarm is triggered.
(The max time differs, depending on the frame rate)
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2. To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
 SD card : Enables you to verify data
saved on the SD memory card and
format the memory card itself. It
is possible to set to automatically delete movie clips recorded before a certain
period of time (e.g. 1 week, 1 month, or 1 year).
 Options : Determine whether or not you wish to receive Email notification of
insufficient capacity warnings.
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- Post-alarm duration : The post alarm duration can be one among 5 seconds, 10
seconds, 15 seconds, and 30 seconds. You can send a post-alarm image of up
to 30 seconds after the alarm is triggered.
(The max time differs, depending on the frame rate)
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 The pre/post alarm duration is not available in SMTP transfer mode.
Only one image at the corresponding time will be transferred.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
To set the alarm input
1. Select <Event> - <Alarm input 1> or
<Alarm input 2>.
The Alarm Input setup window appears.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
 Input device setup : Select an input
type according to the characteristics
of the alarm sensor installed in the
main unit.
- Off : Turns off the alarm input setting.
- NO (Normal Open) : It is normally open, but if it is closed, an alarm will be
triggered.
- NC (Normal Close) : It is normally closed, but if it is open, an alarm will be
triggered.
 Activation time : You can set a time to execute a specific command when an
alarm occurs.
- Always : Always executes the specified command when an alarm occurs.
- Only scheduled time : Activates notification as configured only when alarm
events occurred during the specified time period.
 Action : You can set an action to execute when an alarm occurs.
- Alarm output : Set the alarm output port to which the alarm signal is transferred.
- Output duration : Set the period of time to output the alarm signal to the
specified alarm output port when an alarm occurs.
If a new alarm event is detected during the alarm output, the delay time is
recalculated based on the detection time of the recent alarm.
- Alarm image transfer : If you select <On>, you can transfer JPEG images to a
registered address via FTP or SMTP server or save images into the SD memory card
according to the setting in <Event> - <Transfer setup>.
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To Set Intelligent Video Analysis
1. Click <Event> - <Intelligent video
analysis>.
The Intelligent Video Analysis screen
appears.
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 If camera is capturing a close
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 In the following cases, the video
● Setup Screen
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
 IV analysis function : Activated if
<Enable> is selected, deactivated if
<Disable> is selected.
object, the video analysis capability
may degrade.
analysis function may not produce
proper result on configured event
and motion detections.
- The subject color or brightness is similar to the background
- Multiple random movement continues due to scene change or other reasons.
- When object that is fixed continues to move in the same position.
- An object hides other objects behind.
- 2 or more objects overlaps or 1 object splits into multiple objects.
- Too fast object (for detection, one object should be found overlapping between contiguous frames).
- Reflection / blur / shadow due to direct sunlight, illumination, or headlamp
- In severe snow, rain, wind or in dawn / dusk
- Moving object approaches to the camera too close
 Overlay : If <Enable> is selected, configured event rules and motion frame
are displayed on the Live screen. Selecting <Disable> will not display overlay
information.
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 Motion frame is displayed in two types on the Live screen.
Green frame – indicates the moving object
Red frame – Temporarily displays the moving object detected by the configured event
rules.
 Sensitivity : Sets the sensitivity of the intelligent video analysis.
- Sensitivity : Select the sensitivity among <Very high>, <High>, <Normal>,
<Low>, and <Very low>.
When selected with <Very high>, the intelligent video analysis functions on the
smallest motion detection.
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 Set rules
You can set the event rules.
- Virtual line based rules : You can configure event rules for up to 3 virtual lines.
<Event Types>
Pass : Event is generated if a moving object crosses the virtual line in the specified
direction (, , 
)
- Defined area based rules : You can configure event rules for up to 3 userdefined areas.
<Event Types>
 Entering : Event is generated if a moving object enters the defined area from outside to inside.
 Exiting : Event is generated if a moving object exits the defined area from inside to outside.
 Appearing : An object that has not been existed in the area until the previous frame suddenly appears inside the configured area, not passing the border
 Disappearing : An object that has been existed in the area until the previous frame suddenly disappears, not passing the border.
- Entire area based rules : You can configure event rules for the entire video area.
<Event Types>
 Appearing: An object that has not been existed until the previous frame appears in the area.
 Disappearing: An object that has been existed until the previous frame disappears from the area.
 Scene Change: This event is generated by a complete scene change, such as camera veiled by hand or changed camera’s aiming, etc.
- Object size: The maximum rectangular motion detection area for each event
generation. The minimum size can be adjusted in 5 levels.
Minimum size (the minimum rectangular motion detection area): Step 1: 6x6 (pixel),
Step 5: 50x50 (pixel)
Maximum size (the maximum rectangular motion detection area): Step 1: 60x60
(pixel), Step 5: 320x240 (pixel)
The initial setup for the minimum is 6x6 and for the maximum is 320x240.
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To set the scheduled transfer
You can set to transfer the JPEG image to the FTP/SMTP server saved in the SD memory
card at a specific interval.
1. Select <Event> - <Schedule>.
The Schedule Transfer setup window
appears.
 Schedule transfer function :
If selecting <Enable>, the schedule
transfer function will be activated;
if selecting <Disable>, it will be
deactivated.
 Transfer interval : You can set the
time interval to transfer images.
You can set the unit of the interval to <seconds> or <minutes>; you can also set to
transfer one image per 5/15/30/45/60 seconds, or one per 5/15/30/45/60 minutes.
 Activation time : You can set a time to execute a specific command when a schedule transfer event occurs.
- Always : Always sends an image at the set interval.
- Only scheduled time : Periodically transfers image only during the specified time
period.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
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● Setup Screen
 Activation time : Sets the operation time of the intelligent video analysis.
- Always : Configured action is performed whenever an intelligent video analysis
event occurs.
- Only scheduled time : Configured action is performed when intelligent video
analysis event occurs during the specified time period.
 Action : You can configure the action for an intelligent video analysis event.
- Alarm output : Sets the alarm output port for the signaling the intelligent video
analysis event.
- Output duration : Sets the alarm signal dwell time to the Alarm Output port on
an intelligent video analysis event.
When another intelligent video analysis event follows the previous one, the
output duration time is reset based on the most recent event.
- Alarm image transfer : If selected <Enable>, depending on your setting of
<Event> - <Transfer setup>, the image in JPEG format will be sent to the
registered address via FTP or e-mail (SMTP), or saved in the SD memory card.
setup screen
Network Setup
To set the video transfer mode
You can control the transfer rate according to the video transfer mode and network speed.
1. Select <Network> - <Streaming type>.
The Video Transfer setup window
appears.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
 VNP streaming : You can set the
Samsung Protocol (VNP) for the streaming service.
- Protocol : Select a video transfer protocol from TCP*, UDP (Unicast)*, and UDP
(Multicast)*.
 Speaking to the camera unit through microphone is not supported.
 Multicast backbone (MBone) is not supported; you can access the camera only in the
multicast local network environment.
 RTP streaming : You can set the RTP Protocol or the streaming service.
- Protocol : Select a video transfer protocol from UDP (Unicast) and UDP (Multicast).
To set the DDNS
DDNS is an abbreviation of Dynamic Domain Name Service that converts the IP address
of a camera into a general Host Name so that the user can easily remember it and enables
connecting a camera with a fixed Host Name even if the IP address of the camera may be
dynamically changed.
1. Select <Network> - <DDNS>.
The DDNS setup window appears.
2. When done, click [Apply].
Your settings will be saved.
M
 For checking the DDNS address, refer to "To check the DDNS address". (page 48)
72_ setup screen
appendix
PROFILE
CAMERA SETUP MENU
Sub-menus
LENS
IRIS
LEVEL
BACKLIGHT
MOTION
BACKLIGHT
DAY/NIGHT
GAMING
ALC
ALC
ALC
ALC
ALC
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
OFF
OFF
WDR
OFF
OFF
0
XDR
BURST
OFF
AUTO 1/250
OFF
MID
MID
MODE
RED
BLUE
BRIGHTNESS
MODE
RED
BLUE
MID
0
-
0
(F.FAST)
---
SLOW
OFF
OFF
MID
MID
AUTO X4
AUTO X4
AUTO X4
AUTO
AUTO
DAY
AUTO
DAY
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
-
MID
-
MID
-
MID
-
DAY
DAY/NIGHT
DAY
DAY/NIGHT
DAY
ATW2
ATW1
ATW1
ATW1
ATW1
0
0
0
0
0
0
-
NIGHT
MID
-
AUTO X2
-
DAY
0
NORM
-
DAY/NIGHT NIGHT
0
-
(F.FAST)
---
AUTO X4
SENSE UP
-
(F.FAST)
--MID
DNR
SHUTTER
DETAIL
ITS
-
ALC
WHITE BAL
STANDARD
Custom Setting
-
0
-
-
Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting
2
2
ATW2
Custom Setting
0
2
0
MID
OFF
Custom Setting
-
-
0
-
-
0
-
MID
Custom Setting
0
Custom Setting
2
2
OFF
ATW2
Custom Setting
0
OFF
Custom Setting
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● Appendix
Parent Menu
appendix
Terminology
 GOP : You can set between 5 and 15 for the MPEG4 and H.264 CODEC.
The default is 15, and if set to 15, one I-Frame will be output per 15 frames as one I-Frame
and 14 P-Frames constitute the GOP.
The lower the GOP size is, the better the quality is; however, the bit rate as well as the data
size will increase, causing a lower of the fps. GOP(Group of Pictures) is a set of video frames
for MPEG4 and H.264 format compression, indicating a collection of frames from the initial
I-Frame (key frame) to the next I-Frame. GOP consists of 2 kinds of frames: I-Frame and
P-Frame. I-Frame is the basic frame for the compression, also known as Key Frame, which
contains one complete image data. P-Frame contains only the data that has changed from
the preceding I-Frame.
 Entropy coding : Data transfer technology used to reduce the compression loss from encoding.
- CAVLC (Context-adaptive variable-length coding): Records a higher compression loss
rate than CABAC.
- CABAC (Context-adaptive binary arithmetic coding): Shows a lesser compression loss than
CAVLC.
 Bitrate Control
- CBR(Constant Bitrate)
This will transfer video data in an equal size at all times, regardless of the video
complexity. The video quality may be deteriorated, depending on the video complexity.
- VBR(Variable Bitrate)
The amount of video data to transfer may differ, depending on the video complexity. This
enables receiving video data in an equal quality at all times.
 TTL : TTL stands for “Time To Live”, which you can specify to prevent loss of data packet that
passes through multiple-staged routers. Each router decreases the TTL value by one each
time a packet passes it through; If the TTL value reaches 0, the packet cannot further pass
through a router.
 TCP : It is a general purpose protocol used for transmission that requires reliability. With
constant communication between the sender and recipient, it provides high reliability against
transmission data loss; however, it has imitation to transmit a large amount of data in real time
at a high speed.
It enables reliable data transmission over xDSL and cable network at a relatively slow speed.
 UDP (Unicast): It refers to a system that transmits data between only one transmitter and one
receiver (1:1).
 UDP (Multicast): It refers to the data transfer protocol in one-to-many (1:N) between the transmitting and receiving terminals; although it alleviates the network load, it requires <Multicast>
router.
For more information such as whether the network over which the camera is installed supports <Multicast>, contact the network administrator.
 UDP : It is a protocol appropriate to transmit a large amount of data such as multimedia data at a
high speed. However, with its nonconnection structure, it records a higher transmission efficiency
than TCP especially in a high LAN environment faster than 100Mbps.
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English _75
● Appendix
 Filtering range
The filtering range is calculated based on IP address and subnet mask provided by user as
follows:
The subnet value defines the number of masked bits, which will mask the IP address that
is converted into 32-bit binary; rest of masked out bits are ignored to produce the range
as shown below.
Ex) IP address : 128.128.128.128
 If the Subnet is set to 8, converted IP is 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000
and the subnet directs to find matches from the first bit to the 8th bit, produces the
filtering range of 1000 0000.???? ????.???? ????.???? ????, which will be converted
back to IP address range of 128.0.0.0 ~ 128.255.255.255.
 If the Subnet is set to 10, converted IP is 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000
0000 and the subnet directs to find matches from the first bit to the 10th bit, produces
the filtering range of 1000 0000.0000.10?? ????.???? ????.???? ????, which will be
converted back to IP address range of 128.0.0.0 ~ 128.191.255.255.
 If the Subnet is set to 20, converted IP is 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000
and the subnet directs to find matches from the first bit to the 20th bit, produces the
filtering range of 1000 00001000 0000.1000 ????.???? ????, which will be converted
back to IP address range of 128.128.128.0 ~ 128.128.143.255.
 If the Subnet is set to 30, converted IP is 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000
and the subnet directs to find matches from the first bit to the 30th bit, produces the
filtering range of 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 00??, which will be converted
back to IP address range of 128.128.128.128 ~ 128.128.128.131.
 If the Subnet is set to 32, converted IP is 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000
and the subnet directs to find matches from the first bit to the 32th bit, produces the
filtering range of 1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000.1000 0000, which will be converted
back to IP address of 128.128.128.128.
appendix
Specifications
Item
Camera
Type
NTSC
Scanning
Pixels
Total
Effective
System
Horizontal Frequency
Vertical Frequency
Color
Min. Scene
Illumination
B/W
Functions
Number of Privacy Zone
Day/Night
WDR
Extended Dynamic Range
D-Zoom
PIP
High Speed Shutter
Flickerless
Sens Up
BLC
AGC
Camera ID
White Balance
Digital Noise Reduction
Digital Image Stablization
Etc. Function
76_ appendix
PAL
Color
Color/BW
Device
Image
Description
1/3" Super-HAD PS CCD
811 x 508
768 x 494
Progressive
15.734 Hz
59.94 Hz
795 x 596
752 x 582
15.625 Hz
50 Hz
Sens off : 0.12 Lux(15 IRE), 0.2 Lux(30 IRE),
0.4Lux(50 IRE)@F1.2
Sens up x512 : 0.00023 Lux(15 IRE), 0.0005 Lux(30 IRE),
0.0008Lux(50 IRE)@F1.2
Sens off : 0.012 Lux(15 IRE), 0.02 Lux(30 IRE),
0.04Lux(50 IRE)@F1.2
Sens up x512 : 0.000023 Lux(15 IRE), 0.00005 Lux(30 IRE),
0.00008Lux(50 IRE)@F1.2
12 ea
Day/Night/AUTO(Hard Method)
Off/On (x128)
Off/On (x160)
Off/On (Level Setting)
x1 ~ x16 (x0.1 STEP)
Off/On (Advanced)
1/60 ~ 1/10Ksec
1/50 ~ 1/10Ksec
Off/On
x2 ~ x512
Off/On (Area Setting)
Off/On (Max.Level Setting)
Off/On (Max.54ea/2Line)
ATW1/ATW2/AWC/3200K/5600K
Off/On (Adaptive 3D+2D)
Off/On
Detail, Reverse(H/V), Posi/Nega
Item
Resolution
S/N Ratio
S/N Ratio
VBS 1.0Vp-p
about 52 dB
CS/C
Mount Type
Embedded Linux
Flash memory
RAM
Hardware
DSP
Ethernet
PoE
Alarm
256M byte
TI Davinci
RJ-45 (10/100BASE-T)
Yes (IEEE802.3af)
2 ea
Output
H.264 / MPEG4 / MJPEG Multiple Codec
(H.264 / MPEG4 selectable)
Simultaneous Dual Streaming
4CIF
Resolution
32M byte
2 ea
Input
Compression
Video
MANUAL/AI(VIDEO/DC)
● Appendix
Lens Drive Type
OS
Network
Board
PAL
350 TV Lines
Vertical
Video Output
Description
600 TV Lines
Horizontal
Video Output
Lens
NTSC
VGA
CIF
Frame Rate
Quality
704x480
704x576
352x240
352x288
640x480
30, 15, 8, 3, 1 fps
1 ~ 10 level
25, 13, 6, 3, 1 fps
Full Duplex, 64kbps, 8KHz sampling
Audio
Compression
OSD
Camera Control and Adjustment
Intelligent
Video
Analysis
Detection
OSD menu on Video
(Menu enter/exit, move by Web UI)
* Some key adjustment menus will be supported by CGI API.
Sensitivity
Very High, High, Normal, Low, Very Low
English _77
appendix
Item
NTSC
Protocol
IPv4
IPv6
Supporting Samsung DDNS and Public DDNS services
DDNS
Maximum User Access
Administrator
Operator
User
Alarm Input
Event
Management
Intelligent Video Analysis
Detection
Schedule
Supported OS
Web Browser
Viewer
(Default)
TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, DHCP
HTTPS Login Authentication
Digest Login Authentication
Security
User Access
Level
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, RTP(UDP), RTP(TCP), RTSP, NTP, HTTP,
HTTPS, SSL, DHCP
PPPoE, FTP, SMTP, ICMP, IGMP, SNMPv1/v2c/v3(MIB-2),
ARP, DNS, DDNS, VSIP
Unicast (TCP, UDP), Multicast (UDP)
Streaming
Connection
PAL
IPv4 / IPv6
IP
Network
Protocol
Description
Supported Browser
UI Language
S/W upgrade
Max 10 Users at Unicast (TCP, UDP) Mode
Max 20 Users at Multicast (UDP) Mode
Live Monitoring, Alarm I/O control, OSD menu control,
SETUP
Live Monitoring, Alarm I/O control
Live Monitoring
JPEG Image transfer : FTP, SMTP, SD Card
Notification : notify to viewer or by E-mail (one image
attachment)
Alarm Out
JPEG Image transfer : FTP, SMTP, SD Card
Windows XP, Windows VISTA, Windows 7
Internet Explorer 6.0 or Higher
E/F/G/S/I/C/K
Support
Video Player
RTP/RTSP streaming
Quicktime, VLC player
Video
Management
Software
Video Management System
Samsung iPOLiS
3rd Party S/W appliction
Application
IP Installation
IP Installer Application for All Samsung IP Devices
78_ appendix
Item
HTTP API
CGI Command
SDK
RTP Header, RTSP Command Document
RTP/RTSP API
Power
Power Consumption
Operating Temp.
Operating Humidity
Dimension
Weight
SDK
ActiveX API for viewing data streams from IP camera.
AC24V±10%(60Hz±0.3Hz)/ DC12V+10%/-5% /
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
About 8W (Heater OFF), About 12W (Heater ON)
-10˚C~50˚C
~90%
W160 X D160 X H134.5
NET 1322g
English _79
● Appendix
ActiveX
Description
NTSC
PAL
Provides functionality to control cameras
and set/retrieve internal parameter values.
Get JPEG image or MJPEG stream
Alarm In/Out control
appendix
Frame Rate (NTSC)
 Test Condition: MJPEG - Resolution(CIF), Quality(1), Frame rate(1)
M
H.264 - Bitrate control(CBR), Compression(40), Encode Priority(Frame rate),
GOP size(15), Deblock(ON), Profile(Baseline), Entropy coding(CAVLC), Motion
estimation(HPel)
MPEG4 - Bitrate control(CBR), Compression(40), Encode Priority(Frame rate),
GOP size(15)
❖ MPEG4 (4CIF)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL8
LEVEL7
LEVEL6
LEVEL5
LEVEL4
LEVEL3
LEVEL2
LEVEL1
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30 FPS
15 FPS
8 FPS
3 FPS
1 FPS
4239 Kbps
23 FPS
2765 Kbps
15 FPS
1290 Kbps
7 FPS
737 Kbps
4 FPS
221 Kbps
1 FPS
3072 Kbps
25 FPS
1843 Kbps
15 FPS
860 Kbps
7 FPS
492 Kbps
4 FPS
147 Kbps
1 FPS
3686 Kbps
24 FPS
2396 Kbps
26 FPS
1659 Kbps
27 FPS
1336 Kbps
29 FPS
1133 Kbps
30 FPS
922 Kbps
30 FPS
691 Kbps
30 FPS
461 Kbps
30 FPS
2304 Kbps
15 FPS
1382 Kbps
15 FPS
922 Kbps
15 FPS
691 Kbps
15 FPS
576 Kbps
15 FPS
461 Kbps
15 FPS
346 Kbps
15 FPS
230 Kbps
15 FPS
1075 Kbps
7 FPS
645 Kbps
7 FPS
430 Kbps
7 FPS
323 Kbps
7 FPS
269 Kbps
7 FPS
215 Kbps
7 FPS
161 Kbps
7 FPS
108 Kbps
7 FPS
614 Kbps
4 FPS
369 Kbps
4 FPS
246 Kbps
4 FPS
184 Kbps
4 FPS
154 Kbps
4 FPS
123 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
4 FPS
61 Kbps
4 FPS
184 Kbps
1 FPS
111 Kbps
1 FPS
74 Kbps
1 FPS
55 Kbps
1 FPS
46 Kbps
1 FPS
37 Kbps
1 FPS
28 Kbps
1 FPS
18 Kbps
1 FPS
❖ H.264 (4CIF)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL7
LEVEL6
LEVEL5
LEVEL4
LEVEL3
LEVEL2
LEVEL1
15 FPS
8 FPS
3 FPS
1 FPS
1229 Kbps
10 FPS
737 Kbps
6 FPS
369 Kbps
3 FPS
147 Kbps
1 FPS
1536 Kbps
20 FPS
1075 Kbps
14 FPS
538 Kbps
7 FPS
307 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
1 FPS
1751 Kbps
19 FPS
1352 Kbps
22 FPS
1129 Kbps
25 FPS
960 Kbps
25 FPS
799 Kbps
26 FPS
622 Kbps
27 FPS
445 Kbps
29 FPS
223 Kbps
29 FPS
1198 Kbps
13 FPS
897 Kbps
15 FPS
691 Kbps
15 FPS
576 Kbps
15 FPS
461 Kbps
15 FPS
346 Kbps
15 FPS
230 Kbps
15 FPS
115 Kbps
15 FPS
645 Kbps
7 FPS
430 Kbps
7 FPS
369 Kbps
8 FPS
307 Kbps
8 FPS
246 Kbps
8 FPS
184 Kbps
8 FPS
123 Kbps
8 FPS
61 Kbps
8 FPS
369 Kbps
4 FPS
246 Kbps
4 FPS
184 Kbps
4 FPS
154 Kbps
4 FPS
123 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
4 FPS
61 Kbps
4 FPS
31 Kbps
4 FPS
111 Kbps
1 FPS
74 Kbps
1 FPS
55 Kbps
1 FPS
46 Kbps
1 FPS
37 Kbps
1 FPS
28 Kbps
1 FPS
18 Kbps
1 FPS
9 Kbps
1 FPS
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● Appendix
LEVEL8
30 FPS
2298 Kbps
19 FPS
appendix
❖ MPEG4 (VGA)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL8
LEVEL7
LEVEL6
LEVEL5
LEVEL4
LEVEL3
LEVEL2
LEVEL1
82_ appendix
30 FPS
15 FPS
8 FPS
3 FPS
1 FPS
4055 Kbps
22 FPS
2580 Kbps
14 FPS
1290 Kbps
7 FPS
737 Kbps
4 FPS
221 Kbps
1 FPS
2949 Kbps
24 FPS
1843 Kbps
15 FPS
860 Kbps
7 FPS
492 Kbps
4 FPS
147 Kbps
1 FPS
3533 Kbps
23 FPS
2304 Kbps
25 FPS
1536 Kbps
25 FPS
1152 Kbps
25 FPS
998 Kbps
26 FPS
799 Kbps
26 FPS
622 Kbps
27 FPS
415 Kbps
27 FPS
2304 Kbps
15 FPS
1382 Kbps
15 FPS
922 Kbps
15 FPS
691 Kbps
15 FPS
576 Kbps
15 FPS
461 Kbps
15 FPS
346 Kbps
15 FPS
230 Kbps
15 FPS
1075 Kbps
7 FPS
645 Kbps
7 FPS
430 Kbps
7 FPS
323 Kbps
7 FPS
269 Kbps
7 FPS
246 Kbps
8 FPS
184 Kbps
8 FPS
123 Kbps
8 FPS
614 Kbps
4 FPS
369 Kbps
4 FPS
246 Kbps
4 FPS
184 Kbps
4 FPS
154 Kbps
4 FPS
123 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
4 FPS
61 Kbps
4 FPS
184 Kbps
1 FPS
111 Kbps
1 FPS
74 Kbps
1 FPS
55 Kbps
1 FPS
46 Kbps
1 FPS
37 Kbps
1 FPS
28 Kbps
1 FPS
18 Kbps
1 FPS
❖ H.264 (VGA)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL7
LEVEL6
LEVEL5
LEVEL4
LEVEL3
LEVEL2
LEVEL1
15 FPS
8 FPS
3 FPS
1 FPS
1229 Kbps
10 FPS
737 Kbps
6 FPS
369 Kbps
3 FPS
147 Kbps
1 FPS
1459 Kbps
19 FPS
845 Kbps
11 FPS
538 Kbps
7 FPS
307 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
1 FPS
1659 Kbps
18 FPS
1229 Kbps
20 FPS
1014 Kbps
22 FPS
883 Kbps
23 FPS
707 Kbps
23 FPS
553 Kbps
24 FPS
384 Kbps
25 FPS
200 Kbps
26 FPS
1014 Kbps
11 FPS
737 Kbps
12 FPS
691 Kbps
15 FPS
576 Kbps
15 FPS
461 Kbps
15 FPS
346 Kbps
15 FPS
230 Kbps
15 FPS
115 Kbps
15 FPS
553 Kbps
6 FPS
430 Kbps
7 FPS
323 Kbps
7 FPS
269 Kbps
7 FPS
215 Kbps
7 FPS
161 Kbps
7 FPS
108 Kbps
7 FPS
54 Kbps
7 FPS
276 Kbps
3 FPS
246 Kbps
4 FPS
184 Kbps
4 FPS
154 Kbps
4 FPS
123 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
4 FPS
61 Kbps
4 FPS
31 Kbps
4 FPS
111 Kbps
1 FPS
74 Kbps
1 FPS
55 Kbps
1 FPS
46 Kbps
1 FPS
37 Kbps
1 FPS
28 Kbps
1 FPS
18 Kbps
1 FPS
9 Kbps
1 FPS
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● Appendix
LEVEL8
30 FPS
2089 Kbps
17 FPS
appendix
❖ MPEG4 (CIF)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL8
LEVEL7
LEVEL6
LEVEL5
LEVEL4
LEVEL3
LEVEL2
LEVEL1
84_ appendix
30 FPS
15 FPS
8 FPS
3 FPS
1 FPS
1382 Kbps
30 FPS
691 Kbps
15 FPS
369 Kbps
8 FPS
184 Kbps
4 FPS
55 Kbps
1 FPS
922 Kbps
30 FPS
461 Kbps
15 FPS
246 Kbps
8 FPS
123 Kbps
4 FPS
37 Kbps
1 FPS
1152 Kbps
30 FPS
691 Kbps
30 FPS
461 Kbps
30 FPS
346 Kbps
30 FPS
288 Kbps
30 FPS
230 Kbps
30 FPS
173 Kbps
30 FPS
151 Kbps
30 FPS
576 Kbps
15 FPS
346 Kbps
15 FPS
230 Kbps
15 FPS
173 Kbps
15 FPS
144 Kbps
15 FPS
115 Kbps
15 FPS
86 Kbps
15 FPS
76 Kbps
15 FPS
307 Kbps
8 FPS
184 Kbps
8 FPS
123 Kbps
8 FPS
92 Kbps
8 FPS
77 Kbps
8 FPS
61 Kbps
8 FPS
46 Kbps
8 FPS
40 Kbps
8 FPS
154 Kbps
4 FPS
92 Kbps
4 FPS
61 Kbps
4 FPS
46 Kbps
4 FPS
38 Kbps
4 FPS
31 Kbps
4 FPS
23 Kbps
4 FPS
20 Kbps
4 FPS
46 Kbps
1 FPS
28 Kbps
1 FPS
18 Kbps
1 FPS
14 Kbps
1 FPS
12 Kbps
1 FPS
9 Kbps
1 FPS
7 Kbps
1 FPS
6 Kbps
1 FPS
❖ H.264 (CIF)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL7
LEVEL6
LEVEL5
LEVEL4
LEVEL3
LEVEL2
LEVEL1
15 FPS
8 FPS
3 FPS
1 FPS
461 Kbps
15 FPS
215 Kbps
7 FPS
123 Kbps
4 FPS
37 Kbps
1 FPS
576 Kbps
30 FPS
288 Kbps
15 FPS
134 Kbps
7 FPS
77 Kbps
4 FPS
23 Kbps
1 FPS
691 Kbps
30 FPS
461 Kbps
30 FPS
346 Kbps
30 FPS
288 Kbps
30 FPS
230 Kbps
30 FPS
173 Kbps
30 FPS
115 Kbps
30 FPS
58 Kbps
30 FPS
346 Kbps
15 FPS
230 Kbps
15 FPS
173 Kbps
15 FPS
144 Kbps
15 FPS
115 Kbps
15 FPS
86 Kbps
15 FPS
58 Kbps
15 FPS
29 Kbps
15 FPS
184 Kbps
8 FPS
108 Kbps
7 FPS
81 Kbps
7 FPS
67 Kbps
7 FPS
54 Kbps
7 FPS
40 Kbps
7 FPS
27 Kbps
7 FPS
13 Kbps
7 FPS
92 Kbps
4 FPS
61 Kbps
4 FPS
46 Kbps
4 FPS
38 Kbps
4 FPS
31 Kbps
4 FPS
23 Kbps
4 FPS
15 Kbps
4 FPS
8 Kbps
4 FPS
28 Kbps
1 FPS
18 Kbps
1 FPS
14 Kbps
1 FPS
12 Kbps
1 FPS
9 Kbps
1 FPS
7 Kbps
1 FPS
5 Kbps
1 FPS
2 Kbps
1 FPS
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● Appendix
LEVEL8
30 FPS
922 Kbps
30 FPS
appendix
Frame Rate (PAL)
 Test Condition: MJPEG - Resolution(CIF), Quality(1), Frame rate(1)
M
H.264 - Bitrate control(CBR), Compression(40), Encode Priority(Frame rate),
GOP size(15), Deblock(ON), Profile(Baseline), Entropy coding(CAVLC), Motion
estimation(HPel)
MPEG4 - Bitrate control(CBR), Compression(40), Encode Priority(Frame rate),
GOP size(15)
❖ MPEG4 (4CIF)
Quality
Frame Rate
LEVEL10
LEVEL9
LEVEL8
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● Appendix
LEVEL8
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❖ MPEG4 (VGA)
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55 Kbps
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● Appendix
LEVEL8
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appendix
❖ MPEG4 (CIF)
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● Appendix
LEVEL8
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appendix
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
 Check to make sure that the camera’s Network settings are appropriate.
 Check to make sure that all network cables have been connected
properly.
I can’t access the camera from a
web browser.
 If connected using DHCP, verify that the camera is able to acquire
dynamic IP addresses without any problem.
 If connected using a DDNS URL, verify that the MAC address has been
properly entered.
 If the camera is connected to a router, verify that port forwarding is
properly configured.
Viewer got disconnected during
monitoring.
I cannot connect to the system
using a tab browser of Internet
Explorer 7.0.
The camera connected to the
network is not detected in the IP
installer program.
 Connected Viewers become disconnected upon any change to camera or
network configurations.
 Check all network connections.
 If the camera is connected over an xDSL network, it’ s possible for
Viewer to disconnect under poor network conditions.
 When you try to connect to the system using a tab browser, the same
cookie information is shared, resulting in errors when connected.
Therefore, instead of using a tab browser, open a new browser window
to connect to the system.
 Turn off the firewall settings on your PC and then search the camera
again.
Images overlap.
 Check whether two or more cameras are set to a single multicast address
instead of different addresses. If a single address is used for multiple
cameras, the images may overlap.
No image appears.
 If the transmission method is set to multicast, check whether there is a
router that supports multicast in the LAN the camera is connected to.
92_ appendix
PROBLEM
No JPEG file is transferred via FTP/
SMTP on occurrence of intelligent
video analysis event of camera
even when the <Intelligent Video
Analysis> is set to <Enable>.
No signal is found at the Alarm
Output port even when an
intelligent video analysis event is
generated.
A. NTP must be properly configured.
B. The <Intelligent Video Analysis> should be set to <Enable>.
C. Alarm Video Transmission must be enabled.
D. Check for scheduling conflict.
 Yes, it can be. You can set rules for events despite of the intelligent video
analysis setting.
 Check alarm output port settings.
Cannot record into the SD memory  Check if the memory card is defective.
card.
 Check if the write protection tab of the memory card is set to “Lock”.
 Check if the memory card is defective.
SD memory indicator does not
turn on even when the SD memory  Check if the <SD Card Record> is checked in <Setup> - <Event> card is inserted.
<Alarm image> menu.
SD memory card is inserted but
the camera does not operate
properly.
Cannot format the SD memory
card.
 Check if the memory card is inserted in the proper direction. Operation
of memory card that is formatted by other devices is not guaranteed
with this camera unit
 Format the memory card again in <Setup> - <Event> - <Record
setup> menu.
 Check if the write protection tab of the memory card is set to "Lock".
English _93
● Appendix
Can <Set Rules> be configured
even when the <Intelligent Video
Analysis> is set to <Disable>?
SOLUTION
 Verify the settings in the following sequence:
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 LGPL S/W
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This package is an SSL implementation
writtenby Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
The implementation was written so as to
conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and
noncommercial use as long as the following
conditions are aheared to. The following
conditions apply to all code found in this
distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash,
DES, etc.,code ; not just the SSL code.
The SSL documentation included with
this distribution is covered by the same
copyright terms except that the holder is
Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as
such any Copyright notices in the code are
not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product,Eric
Young should be given attribution as the
author of the parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual
message at program startup or in
documentation (online or textual) provided
with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and
binary forms, with or without modification,
are permitted provided that the following
conditions are met :
1. Redistributions of source code must
retain the copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. R
edistributions in binary form must
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this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the
distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning
features or use of this software must
display the following acknowledgement :
"This product includes cryptographic
software written by Eric Young (eay@
cryptsoft.com)" The word 'cryptographic'
can be left out if the rouines from the
library being used are not cryptographic
related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code
(or a derivative thereof)from the apps
directory (application code) you must
include an acknowledgement :
"This product includes software written
by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
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cannot simply be copied and put under
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GNU Public Licence.]
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