Camera Menu Interface Guide

Camera Menu Interface Guide
Supported Models:
FS-IP5000, IS-IP500, FS/IS-IP10K, FS/IS-IP14K, IS-IP4K, FS-IP8180, FS-IP12180
Ver 1.0
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Table of Contents
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Changing Camera Settings: ............................................................................................. 3
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Info .............................................................................................................................. 4
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Network ....................................................................................................................... 5
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AE/AWB....................................................................................................................... 6
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Image........................................................................................................................... 7
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System......................................................................................................................... 8
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Motion Detection .......................................................................................................... 9
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H264 ...........................................................................................................................10
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Changing Camera Settings:
On any tab with editable camera settings, click the Update Settings box to temporarily save
settings. To write the changes permanently to the camera, click the System tab and click Save.
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Info
Model: camera’s model number
MAC: camera’s MAC address
Hardware Version: camera’s hardware version
Firmware Version: camera’s current firmware version
URL: camera’s network address
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Network
Network settings with DHCP disabled.
Network settings with DHCP enabled.
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IP Address: camera’s IP address
Network Mask: address of network mask
Default GateWay: address of network gateway
UDP Port: port for the TFTP protocol
TCP Port: Port for the HTTP server
Use DHCP: Enable / disable DHCP support. If enabled on a DHCP server, the server
will automatically assign an IP address to the camera. This will not allow the user to edit
other Network settings.
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AE/AWB
AE Enabled: Enable / disable auto-exposure
Priority Mode:
 Aperture: Integration time priority mode. Exposure is regulated mainly by
changing integration time. This generally provides lesser image noise, but at the
risk of possible image smearing.
 Shutter: Gain priority mode. Priority of the exposure regulation is given to
change of the camera sensitivity.
Brightness: Brightness of the image (Used as target for auto-exposure). [1-255]
IR Filter: (only available with DN models)
 Auto: Camera automatically determines when IR filter is on or off
 Manual: User determines thresholds
 On: Camera will display in color
 Off: Camera will display black and white (night mode)
Max Integration Time: Maximum shutter speed in microseconds (µs). [100 to 1000000]
Flicker Avoidance: 50 Hz or 60 Hz
AWB Enabled: Enable / disable auto white balance
Mode:
 Auto: Automatic white balance
 Manual: Manual white balance (uses RGB settings)
 Outdoor: White balance for outdoor settings
 Indoor: White balance for indoor settings
Red/Green, %: Red to green ratio (for manual AWB)
Blue/Green, %: Blue to green ratio (for manual AWB)
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Image
Scaling: Degree of horizontal and vertical scaling percentage. Size is reduced
programmatically.
Denominator: Size denominator used to scale vertical and horizontal output. Size is
reduced at sensor.
Size: Height and width of the image.
Offset Left: Horizontal offset of the image
Offset Top: Vertical offset of the image
Quality: Compression quality of jpeg frames. (For MJPEG streaming)
Sharpness: Measure of sharpness of the image.
Saturation: Color saturation of the image.
Contrast: Level of contrast of the image.
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System
UserName: Name for user to be added. Must be 8 characters or less.
Password: Password for user to be added. Must be 8 characters or less.
Set User: Create a new user with entered UserName and Password credentials
User Type:
 Regular User: Can only execute read commands.
 Administrator: Can execute all read and write commands.
Save: Writes camera settings to memory.
Restore Defaults: Reset camera image settings to default. Will not reset network
settings.
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Motion Detection
MD Enabled: Enable / disable motion detection
Threshold: If amount of motion falls below this value, motion detection is disabled.
Sensitivity: Relative sensitivity of motion detection. Larger values indicate larger
sensitivity.
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H264
Quality: Quality of H264 image output.
Threshold: Threshold value for the built-in motion detector for H264 codec. The motion
detector cannot pass those parts of the frames in which there is no movement. If the
value is 0, all parts of the frame will be transmitted. The higher the value, the less
network traffic but higher probability of artifacts in the image.
Mode: Determine the frequency of I-frame (reference frame) generation after P-frame
(key frames)
 Auto: Automatically determine I-frame generation
 Manual: Uses GOP frames setting to determine I-frame generation
GOP frames: Number of P-frames generated after I-frames (for Manual mode)