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Digital Video Recorder
DSR-3000P
Manual for Remote Operation by Network Connection
English
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Bedienungsanleitung fürdie Fernbedienung über ein Netzwerk
Deutsch
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Manuel pour la commande à distance sur une connexion de réseau
Français
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Manual para control remoto a través de una red
Español
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Manuale per il funzionamento a distanza tramite collegamento di rete
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Contents
Network Control Functions . . . . . . . . . . . 3
9. ALARM REC MODE SET . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Basic specifications for Network Control . . . . 3
PICTURE QUALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
FRAME/FIELD RECORDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Network settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
AUDIO RECORDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Network settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ALARM RECORDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
TCP/IP Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PRE-ALARM RECORDING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Network Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
MOTION SENSOR LEVEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
To switch to control by computer . . . . . . . . . . 8
MOTION SENSOR SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
ALARM TRIGGER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
10. DISPLAY SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
To switch to control by the main unit . . . . . . . 8
Displays related to being connected . . . . . . . 9
DATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Operating Panel Names and
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
QUALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
REC CYCLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
ALARM COUNT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Operating Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
ALARM TYPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
11. RS-232C/RS-485 SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Menu structures and selection methods . . . 11
CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Menu selection method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
DATA SPEED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Menu Setting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . 12
STATUS INFO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
ALARM INFO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
1. CLOCK SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
12. BUZZER SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
2. SUMMER TIME SET
EXT. CLOCK SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
ALARM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
SUMMER TIME SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
DISK FULL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
EXT. CLOCK SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
DISK ERROR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
LOCK WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
3. VIDEO INPUT SET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
KEY IN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
MULTIPLEXER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
NON REC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
VIDEO INPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
13. NETWORK SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4. RECORDING AREA SET. . . . . . . . . . . . 14
IP ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
SUBNET MASK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5. RECORDING CONDITIONS SET . . . . . 15
GATEWAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
NORMAL RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE . . . . .15
PORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
ALARM RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE . . . . . .15
PASSWORD SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
REMAINING DISK WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
NETWORK SPEED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
6. NORMAL REC MODE SET . . . . . . . . . . 16
14. HDD SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
PICTURE QUALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
PLAYBACK DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
FRAME/FIELD RECORDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
15. POWER FAILURE/USED TIME . . . . . . . 30
AUDIO RECORDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
REC CYCLE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Recording an Image. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
7. TIMER SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Normal recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
8. HOLIDAY SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Timer recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Alarm recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Pre-alarm recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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Viewing a Live Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Method of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
On-screen Display Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Playing Back a Recorded Image . . . . . 35
Playback Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
On-screen Display Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Playback Mode Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Search Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
1. ALARM SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
2. ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH . . . . . . . 40
3. TIME/DATE SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
4. ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . 42
5. MOTION DETECTION SEARCH . . . . . . 43
Archive Recorded Images . . . . . . . . . . 45
Copying to the Archive Area . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Download to a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
DVR Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Operating environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Installing the DVR Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Opening and closing DVR Viewer . . . . . . . . 49
Menu structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Opening files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Viewing images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Printing images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Saving images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
COPYRIGHTS
This manual and the software are copyrighted materials from Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. © 2001.
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Internet Explorer is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
All other brand or products names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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Network Control Functions
Connecting this unit to a network will enable computer control (remote operation).
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DVR 2
DVR 3
4
2
DVR 1
DVR 4
3
(DVR: Digital Video Recorder)
■ Basic specifications for Network Control
1. Operations such as menu settings, recording and playback can be done on the computer screen in
the same way as on the main unit.
2. Up to a total of four computers can be connected simultaneously to a single digital video recorder
(DVR): 3 computers that are connected while logged in at a user level of ID1, and one other
computer that is logged in at a user level of ID2 or ID3.
3. Main unit control and computer control can be switched freely as required.
Simply connecting a cable will not affect the operation of the main unit.
4. For security over computer control, identity checks (passwords) can be specified for three user
levels.
■ Network settings
The following main unit “Network settings” must be made beforehand if this unit is to be used when
connected to a network. For details on how to make the settings, please refer to “Network Set
settings” in the main unit Instruction Manual.
The details that have been set on the main unit can also be amended from the computer.
Network settings menu
1. IPADDRESS
2. SUBNET MASK
3. GATEWAY
4. PORT
5. PASSWORD
If using an existing network, the IP address that you set must not be the same as an existing IP address being used
on the network. Check with the network administrator for details.
b Saving
and playing back sound
• To save and play back sound using a computer that is part of the network, you must have Active X for both saving and
playing back sound installed on each system. You can download the Active Allinstall application that installs both types of
Active X at the same time from the Sanyo website at the URL given below.
• To playback images and sound that have been downloaded onto a computer, CompactFlash card or CD-R, you can download
an accessory playback application called DVR Viewer (Ver. 1.4 or later) from the Sanyo website at the URL given below. (See
p48)
Sanyo website URL: http://www.sanyosecurity.com
b Minimum
system requirements
b Audio
DirectX or compatible sound card
Browser: Internet Explorer Ver. 5.0 or later
Speaker
Video: 65,000 colors, resolution 800 x 600 dpi or higher
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playback requirements
Operating system: Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP
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Network settings
■ TCP/IP Settings
Transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP) is the standard protocol used for Internet
and Intranet. If this unit is to be used when connected to a network, specify a TCP/IP to suit each
operating system for the computer that is used for the settings.
For Windows 98/Me
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2
4
Select menus in the following order:
[Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Network]
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Make sure that [TCP/IP ******* (Ethernet
board type)] is displayed in the list of
[Current Network Components] under
[Network Settings].
Click [OK] and click [OK] on the next
dialog.
Click [Yes] on the [Change system settings]
dialog.
● Ask the network administrator for details on
DNS and gateway address settings.
* If [TCP/IP ******* (Ethernet board type)] is not displayed,
click [Add] button and install it. For details, please refer
to the Windows 98/Me manual and Help.
* If [TCP/IP ******* (Ethernet board type)] is still not
displayed after installation, select [Settings] → [Control
Panel] → [System] and check whether [Network
adapters] under [Device Manager] is enabled. If it is still
not displayed after Network adapters has been enables,
please refer to the Ethernet board manual.
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Select [TCP/IP ******* (Ethernet board type)]
from the list of [Current Network
Components] and click the [Properties]
button.
* Be careful not to select [TCP/IP → Dialup adapter].
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2
1
2
Click the [IP Address] tab.
Select [Specify an IP address] and enter the IP
address and subnet mask.
IP Address:
If the IP address of this unit is set to
192.168.0.1 (default value), set the
computer to a different value such as
192.168.0.2.
Subnet Mask: Enter 255.255.255.0.
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Network settings
For Windows NT 4.0
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2
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Select menus in the following order:
[Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Network]
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Check that [TCP/IP Protocol] is displayed in
the list of [Current Network Protocol].
* If [TCP/IP Protocol] is not displayed, click [Add] button
and install it. For details, please refer to the Windows NT
4.0 manual and Help.
Select [TCP/IP Protocol] from the list of
[Network Protocol] and click the
[Properties] button.
* Be careful not to select [TCP/IP → Dialup adapter].
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2
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2
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Click [Yes] on the [Change system settings]
dialog.
● Ask the network administrator for details on
DNS and gateway address settings.
* If [TCP/IP Protocol] is still not displayed after installation,
select [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [System] and
check whether [Network adapters] under [Device
Manager] is enabled. If it is still not displayed after
Network adapters has been enabled, please refer to the
Ethernet board manual.
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Click [OK] and click [OK] on the next
dialog.
Click the [IP Address] tab.
Select the Ethernet board to be used in [Adapter].
Select [Specify an IP address] and enter the IP
address and subnet mask.
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Network settings
For Windows 2000
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2
3
5
Under [Control Panel], open [Network and
dialup connection] with a double click.
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Select [Local area connection] with a right
click and select [Properties] from the menu.
Check that [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] is
displayed in the Ethernet board
components list that is to be used in
[Method of connection].
Click [OK] and click [OK] on the next
dialog.
Restart the computer if [Network and dialup
connection] settings have been amended.
● Ask the network administrator for details on
DNS and gateway address settings.
* If [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] is not displayed, click
[Install] button and install it. For details, please refer to
the Windows 2000 manual and Help.
* If [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] is still not displayed after
installation, select [Settings] → [Control Panel] →
[System] → [Hardware] and check whether [Network
adapters] under [Device Manager] is enabled. If it is still
not displayed after Network adapters has been enabled,
please refer to the Ethernet board manual.
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Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] and click
the [Properties] button.
• Select [Use the following IP address] and enter the IP
address and subnet mask.
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Network settings
For Windows XP
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6
Click the Network Connections icon in the
Control Panel.
The “Network and Internet Connections” window will be
displayed.
2
Select “ Use the following IP address: (S)”
and then type in the IP address and the
subnet mask.
Click “ Local Area Connections” .
The “Network Connections” window will be displayed, and
the settings for the LAN card (Ethernet adapter) being
used will appear in the “LAN or High-Speed Internet”
column.
3
Right-click on the LAN card (Ethernet
adapter) being used, and then select
“ Properties (R)” from the pop-up menu.
The “General” tab window in the “Local Area Connection
Properties” window will be displayed.
4
Check that “ Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” is
selected in the list of components used by
the Ethernet board that appears in the
“ This connection uses the following items:
(O)” box.
If “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” is not selected, select it.
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7
Click [Properties (R)].
The “General” tab window in the “Internet Protocol (TCP/
IP) Properties” window will be displayed.
Check the settings, and then click [OK].
The display will return to the “Local Area Connection
Properties” window.
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Click [OK].
This completes the TCP/IP settings.
● Ask the network administrator for details on
DNS and gateway address settings.
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Network Control
■ To switch to control by computer
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Start your Web browser.
(3) Up to a total of four computers can be connected
simultaneously to a single digital video recorder.
(However, only one computer can be connected at
a user level of ID2 or ID3.)
Compatible browsers are Internet Explorer Ver. 5.0 or later.
If a Java Script run-time error appears while
using Internet Explorer, change the settings for
Internet Explorer as shown below.
1. Select Internet Options from the Tools menu,
and click the Advanced tab.
2. Make sure that the following check boxes are
set as indicated.
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If the highest-level user connects from a different
computer while four computers are already
connected, the last one of the lowest-level
computers to connect is forcibly disconnected
and the highest-level user has priority.
(4) If you make more than one error entering the
password or if you click the [Cancel] button in the
password entry screen, an “ AUTHENTICATION
ERROR” window will be displayed.
(5) If you click a button on the control panel that you
are not authorized to use during computer
control, the password entry screen will be
displayed and you will be prompted for a security
check for the required user level for that function.
Enter the URL.
Enter the URL for this unit in the address bar of the
browser, and then press the [Enter] key. Enter the IP
address specified in the network setting for this unit. (The
URL contains the IP address that has been set for this unit
in the network settings.)
Enter the default value 192.168.0.1.
(Example: “http://192.168.0.1/”)
4
Select the display language.
When the security check for the password has been
cleared, the language selection screen will appear. Select
a language and then click [OK]. The operating screen will
be displayed in the selected language and computer
control will be enabled.
If the port is set to a value other than the default
value of “ 80” , add a “ :” followed by the port
number to the end of the IP address.
Example if the port is set to “ 81”
http://192.168.0.1:81/
If you do not have a web browser installed on
your computer’s hard disk, you will need to
install one.
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Enter a password (security check).
Enter your user name and password for security checking
in the Network password entry box, and then click [OK].
If you enter an incorrect password, the password entry
screen will reappear asking you to re-enter the password.
(1) Select the display language each time you switch
to computer control.
(2) To change the display language, cancel the
connection temporarily and then reconnect.
IMPORTANT
• You cannot connect to the network while a menu screen is
being displayed or when operations associated with playback
are being carried out. Clear the menu display or stop the
playback operation before reconnecting to the network.
(1) You should use separate passwords for different
user levels In accordance with the installation
environment. (See p. 29)
(2) If you choose to save the user name and
password that you enter, the security check will
be cleared automatically the next time you log on.
However, passwords that were entered at some
time other than the time when you first connected
may not be stored in some cases.
• In some cases, you may encounter problems when
connecting to the network via a proxy server. If this
happens, the proxy setting should be canceled.
■ To switch to control by the main unit
When you click the S button on the computer operating screen, the connection will be canceled and
control will switch to the main unit.
• If you close the browser without clicking the S button, you will need to wait for at least 1 minute before
reconnecting.
• To forcibly cancel the connection from the main unit, press the [EXIT/OSD] button for 2 seconds or more. No
connections will be received by the computer for 10 seconds after the connection has been forcibly canceled.
• If communication with the computer is suspended for 1 minute or more, the connection will be automatically
cancelled and control will switch to the main unit.
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Network Control
■ Displays related to being connected
Messages appear on the screen for a short period to indicate control switching and network
connection status.
Main unit display
1. When control is switched to a computer
3. When the connection is forcibly canceled from
the main unit
When the web browser is started and the specified
procedure is followed, operation switches to the computer
and “NETWORK CONTROL” appears on the main unit onscreen display. (This appears even if on-screen display has
been set to “OFF”.)
Pressing the [EXIT/OSD] button on the main unit for
2 seconds or more will forcibly cancel the connection and
cause the “NETWORK CONTROL” display to disappear.
No connections will be received by the computer for
10 seconds after the connection has been forcibly
canceled.
Computer display
1. When disconnected from the network
If the network control has been set to “ ON
(DISPLAY: OFF)” using the digital video recorder
menu, the “ NETWORK CONTROL” message will
not be displayed. (The digital video recorder will
always display live images regardless of network
operations.)
2. If the DVR is accessed while the connection is
disabled
2. When control is switched to the main unit
When you click the S button at the computer, the
connection is canceled and control is switched to the main
unit, and the main unit on-screen display changes from
“NETWORK CONTROL” to “DISCONNECTED”.
Once the switching is complete, any main unit button
operation will cause the “DISCONNECTED” display to
disappear.
3. When you try to access a DVR that already has
four computers connected
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Operating Panel Names and Functions
■ Operating Panel
Buttons for recording
G Record (ID3)
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P
6
2
3
4
5
7
8
F
9
L
O
J
K
To start normal recording
H Stop recording (ID3)
To stop normal recording
I Timer (ID3)
When clicked while recording is stopped, timer standby
mode is enabled
When clicked during timer standby mode, timer recording
is cancelled
Buttons for setting
J Search (ID2/3)
H
I
G
To display search screen (setting screen)
K Copy (ID2/3)
To display copy screen (setting screen)
N
M
L Download (ID2/3)
To display download screen (setting screen)
To download to computer
M Menu setting (ID3)
To display menu screen (setting screen)
N Disconnect (ID1/2/3)
Buttons for playback
Disconnect network and switch from computer control to
main unit control.
1 Previous event (ID2/3)
To playback from immediately before an alarm event
Buttons for channel
switching
2 Next event (ID2/3)
To playback from immediately after the next alarm event
3 Speed down (ID2/3)
O CHANNEL (ID2/3)
To drop the playback speed by one step
When connected to a Sanyo or other multiplexer, to select
a monitoring camera channel (--/1/2/3/...../16)
4 Speed up (ID2/3)
P SET (ID2/3)
To raise the playback speed by one step
5 Reverse playback (ID2/3)
Sets the channel selected by O
To play back a recorded image in reverse
6 Stop (ID1/2/3)
To stop playback and display a live image
7 Playback (ID2/3)
To play back a recorded image
8 Previous image (ID2/3)
To return a recorded image by one frame (one field) while
it is frozen
9 Pause (ID2/3)
To freeze an image during playback
F Next image (ID2/3)
To advance a recorded image by one frame (one field)
while it is frozen
*Authorized user levels are indicated in parentheses ( ).
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Settings
Menu structures and selection methods
To use the functions of this unit effectively, the recording conditions and installation
environment must be specified beforehand. These setting items are arranged and displayed
in two levels, main menu and submenus.
■ Menu selection method
1
Click the R button on the operating panel
to call up the [MAIN MENU] screen.
ID3 level must be connected for changing
settings.
Since entry from playback mode is not possible,
click the stop button to return temporarily to live
mode then click the R button.
If the main unit is recording, the menu details can
be checked but the settings cannot be changed.
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3
When the specified menu on the [MAIN
MENU] screen is selected and clicked, the
Submenu will be displayed.
4
Set various items from the Submenu
screen.
(For details of setting methods, please refer to setting
procedures for each menu.)
When canceling the menu screen, click the
P button to leave the menu screen and
display the live screen.
When shifting from a sub-menu to another submenu, first click the R button to display the
main menu.
<Main Menu Table>
Main Menu
Settings
related to
recording
conditions
Settings
related to
installation
environment
1. CLOCK SET
2. SUMMER TIME SET/EXT.
CLOCK SET
3. VIDEO INPUT SET
4. RECORDING AREA SET
Setting Summary
Setting current time
Time settings for summer time and peripheral
devices
Settings related to multiplexer and image input
Recording area capacity setting
5. RECORDING CONDITIONS SET Enabling recording area overwrite and setting
standard for remaining recording capacity
warning
6. NORMAL REC MODE SET
Setting for normal recording mode
7. TIMER SET
Settings for timer recording mode
8. HOLIDAY SET
Holiday setting
9. ALARM REC MODE SET
Settings for alarm recording mode
10. DISPLAY SET
Settings for monitor display information
11. RS-232C/RS-485 SET
Settings for RS-232 and RS-485
communications
12. BUZZER SET
Settings related to warning buzzer
13. NETWORK SET
Settings related to network
14. HDD SET
Settings for hard disk expansion
15. POWER FAILURE/USED TIME
Power failure and unit usage time display
settings
m: Setting menus have no restrictions. The same settings as the main unit are valid.
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Note 1:
Recording by overwriting can be restarted.
Note 2:
Series connection settings are invalid.
Note 3:
When mirroring is on, playback disk selection is enabled.
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Menu Setting Procedures
1. CLOCK SET
This sets the unit clock to the current time. Please be sure to set the correct time.
1
Select “ Day/Month/Year Hour/Minute” on
the pull-down menu on the screen.
Click [SET] to set the time.
The recording mode will not operate if the time has
not been set. If you click on the O button or the
Q button at this time, the following warning
message will be displayed to prompt you to set the
time.
“ PLEASE SET THE CLOCK TO START
RECORDING”
2. SUMMER TIME SET/EXT. CLOCK SET
This sets summer time and time for peripheral devices.
SUMMER TIME SET
This sets start and end times for summer time.
When summer time is set, the time will be
automatically advanced by one hour.
1
With the pull-down menu on the screen,
select the mode and the start time/end time.
• USE:
Summer time function is used
• NO USE: Summer time function is not used
EXT. CLOCK SET
If the times on each device are different when
various peripheral devices are connected, the
same operations cannot be made. Making this
setting ensures that each device connected to
the CLOCK ADJUST IN/CLOCK ADJUST OUT
connectors will be set to the same time.
1
Select an adjust time from the pull-down
menu on the screen.
When the set time is reached every day, a signal is output
to adjust the time for each connected device.
2
Click [SAVE].
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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Menu Setting Procedures
3. VIDEO INPUT SET
Settings related to multiplexer (sold separately) input and video input connected to this unit.
MULTIPLEXER
(default setting: NO USE)
Set the manufactuer of the multiplexer to be
connected.
1
Select a manufactuer of the multiplexer
from the pull-down menu on the screen.
• NO USE:
Select this if a multiplexer will not be used.
• SANYO:
Select this if a SANYO multiplexer is to be
used.
• OTHERS 1: Select this if a SONY multiplexer is to be
used.
• OTHERS 2: Select this if a DM or Robot multiplexer is
to be used.
• OTHERS 3: Select this if a multiplexer other than a
SANYO, SONY, DM or Robot multiplexer
is to be used.
When a multiplexer such as SANYO, SONY, DM or
Robot, which are capable of decoding channel
information, is connected, playback of a specified
camera number is enabled. For details of playback
method, see “ Playing Back a Recorded Image”
(p35).
VIDEO INPUT
(default setting: ANALOG)
Select whether the video signal input from the
video input connector of this unit is to be a
digital or analog signal.
1
Select a type of video signal from the pulldown menu on the screen.
• ANALOG: Analog signal
• DIGITAL:
Digital signal
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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Menu Setting Procedures
4. RECORDING AREA SET
The hard disk in this unit consists of three independent recording areas, each of which has
five recording modes.
A percentage of the total capacity is allocated to each recording area (settings are in units of
1%).
Recording area
Recording mode
Notes
NORMAL
RECORDING
AREA
Normal recording
Manual
Recording is done manually with the O button.
Timer recording
Automatic
Recording is done automatically within a time range
specified by setting timer recording on the menu
screen.
ALARM
RECORDING
AREA
Alarm recording
Automatic
By specifying alarm recording with the menu screen,
recording is done automatically when an alarm has
been detected.
Pre-alarm
recording
Automatic
By specifying pre-alarm recording with the menu
screen, the image nearest the alarm entry is
recorded automatically.
This is used as a function complementary to alarm
recording.
Copy
Manual
Copies and saves essential recordings from another
recording area by operating the M button manually.
ARCHIVE AREA
1 Total capacity display
Displays the total capacity of the hard disk.
1
If two hard disks have been installed and the
digital video recorder’s HDD SET function has
been used to set mirroring to “ ON” , the details for
the disk with the smaller capacity will be
displayed.
2
2 Capacity display for each recording area
The recording capacity of each recording area established
in this unit is displayed as a percentage of total capacity.
Recording area capacity cannot be set or
changed from the computer side.
3
3 Recording area reset
If OVERWRITE setting is OFF, recording will stop
automatically when each recording area becomes full but
when [AREA FULL RESET] is clicked, whatever has been
recorded so far is deleted and recording will begin from the
start of the recording area.
If the recording capacity for the normal recording
area and the alarm recording area have been set
to 0% and if the OVERWRITE setting is “ ON” ,
there is no need to use the reset function, and so
the AREA FULL RESET button will not appear on
the screen at such times.
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Menu Setting Procedures
5. RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
This sets overwrite conditions and remaining disk capacity warning criteria for each
recording area.
NORMAL RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE
(default setting: ON)
This specifies whether to stop recording or to
continue recording by overwriting images that
are currently recorded on the hard disk when
the normal recording area has become full.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
When the normal recording area becomes full,
images will begin to be overwritten automatically
from the start of the normal recording area.
• OFF:
Recording will stop when the normal recording
area becomes full.
ALARM RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE
(default setting: ON)
This specifies whether to stop recording or to
continue recording by overwriting images that
are currently recorded on the hard disk when
the alarm recording area has become full.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
When the alarm recording area becomes full,
images will begin to be overwritten automatically
from the start of the alarm recording area.
• OFF:
Recording will stop when the alarm recording
area becomes full.
REMAINING DISK WARNING
The buzzer can be set to sound a warning if the
NORMAL RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE and
ALARM RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE
settings are OFF and the remaining disk
capacity becomes low (see p27). The remaining
disk value at which a warning will be given can
be specified here.
1
Set a numerical value on the pull-down
menu on the screen.
Setting range: 1% to 10% (1% units)
If the OVERWRITE setting is “ ON” for both
recording areas, no remaining area warning is
necessary, and so “ **” is displayed and
REMAINING DISK WARNING cannot be set.
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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Menu Setting Procedures
6. NORMAL REC MODE SET
This specifies conditions for normal recording and timer recording.
PICTURE QUALITY
(default setting: ENHANCED)
This sets picture quality for normal recording.
1
Select a picture quality mode from the pulldown menu on the screen.
• BASIC (basic quality)
• NORMAL (normal quality)
• ENHANCED (enhanced)
• FINE (high quality)
• SUPER FINE (very high quality)
FRAME/FIELD RECORDING
(default setting: FIELD)
This sets the recording mode for normal
recording (field recording or frame recording).
What is recording mode?
An image for transmission is made by vertically scanning the
whole screen twice. A rough screen that is vertically scanned
only once is called a “field”, and a complete screen that has
been vertically scanned twice is called a “frame (= two fields)”.
This unit can use both field recording and frame recording as
methods of capturing an image.
1
Select the recording mode from the pulldown menu on the screen.
FIELD:
Field recording
FRAME:
Frame recording
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AUDIO RECORDING
(default setting: OFF)
Audio can also be recorded at the same time in
the normal recording area. However, when
audio is recorded, since the audio data is
recorded in the normal recording area, the
recording capacity of the normal recording area
will be reduced.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
Audio is recorded.
• OFF:
Audio is not recorded.
For audio recordings the recording cycle (REC
CYCLE) can be set to more than A0.24/0.12 FPS.
REC CYCLE
(default setting: A 0.24/0.12)
This sets the normal recording cycle in
accordance with a pre-set recording mode.
1
Select a recording cycle from the pull-down
menu on the screen.
The menu figures indicate FRAME mode recording cycles
on the left and FIELD mode recording cycles on the right.
Under the same conditions, FIELD mode uses half the
recording capacity consumed by FRAME mode.
A 0.04/0.02, A 0.08/0.04, A 0.12/0.06, A 0.16/0.08,
A 0.24/0.12, 0.32/0.16, 0.40/0.20, 0.48/0.24, 0.56/0.28,
0.64/0.32, 0.72/0.36, 0.80/0.40, 0.88/0.44, 1.04/0.52,
1.20/0.60, 1.36/0.68, 1.52/0.76, 1.68/0.84, 1.84/0.92,
2/1, 4/2, 6/3, 8/4, 10/5, 20/10, 40/20, 60/30 (Unit: sec)
If pre-alarm recording is “ ON” , the recording
cycle is restricted to A 0.12/0.06 - 60/30.
The REC CYCLE during timer recording should
be set separately using the [TIMER SET] menu.
(See p. 18)
Image precision is determined by “ Picture quality/
Recording cycle” . The higher the picture quality
and the shorter the recording cycle, the higher the
image precision. But the quantity of recording
space consumed is proportional to the image
precision, and this reduces the recording time
accordingly. Please adjust the settings as
required.
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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Menu Setting Procedures
7. TIMER SET
This sets start times for recording in the case of timer recording.
This sets start and stop times for recording as well as recording cycles for each weekday.
1
2
Select timer recording conditions for each weekday on the pull-down menu on the screen.
Click [SAVE] to complete the adjustments (or changes).
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 WEEK
4 REC CYCLE (Default setting: A0.24/0.12)
Indicates the weekdays for making timer recordings.
Several timer recordings can also be made at different
times on the same weekday.
Set the recording cycle. (See p17)
5 SET
Set this to [ON] to make a timer recording.
2 START
Set this to [OFF] if no timer recording is to be made.
Enter the time for timer recording to start.
6 DLY
3 STOP
Enter start and stop times and a recording cycle in this
item, and set [SET (5)] to [ON], to enable timer recording
at the same time each day.
Enter the time for timer recording to stop.
The [DLY] setting conditions take precedence over the
setting conditions that have been made separately for
each day.
The [TIMER SET] menu is for setting the conditions for timer recording. To actually carry out timer recording based
on these setting conditions, you will need to click the Q button on the operating panel. (See p. 10 and 31.)
When the digital video recorder switches to timer recording standby mode and the setting time is reached, timer
recording will start automatically.
The timer recording operation is indicated by a “ TIMER STANDBY” or “ TIMER RECORDING” message appearing on
the screen.
Points to note and applications of timer settings
• If timer reservations overlap, the earlier time setting will take precedence for recording.
• If you wish to set the timer to continue for more than 24 hours:
Use the bottom two lines on the setting screen ([SAT] and [DLY]) to make this setting.
1. Switch the setting format by clicking the [OVER 24H] button.
2. Set the start day and time in the upper line.
3. Use the bottom line to specify the stop day and time and recording cycle.
4. When [SET] in the bottom line is set to [ON], timer recording for more than 24 hours will be set.
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Menu Setting Procedures
Example
1
2
3
For timer recording from 8:00 to 18:00, Monday to Friday every week
Set the start time for Monday to [8:00].
Set the stop time for Monday to [18:00].
Set the recording cycle.
Please refer to p15 for recording cycle settings.
4
Set [SET] to [ON].
Timer recording for Monday from 8:00 to 18:00 is now set.
(Use the same procedure to set recording times
for Tuesday to Friday.)
5
Click [SAVE].
8. HOLIDAY SET
This makes holiday settings. The timer recording operation on specified holidays will be the
same as that for Sundays.
A holiday setting must be made in the case of unusual security on National holidays and
company holidays.
For example, if you wish for no timer recording at all to be done on Sundays and holidays,
set the Sunday timer to OFF. This setting will cause no timer recording to be done on a
Sunday.
Next, with this setting having been made, make a holiday setting by entering the date of the
holiday. Even if the date you have entered is an ordinary calendar day, it will be handled in
the same way as a holiday and no timer recording will be done.
Example
1
To make November 17 into a holiday
Select the section for entering holidays.
Enter the day, then the month.
Up to 20 days can be specified as holidays.
2
Select 17.
Set 17th.
3
Select 11.
Set November.
4
Click [SAVE].
If the “ DLY” function is specified on any line,
then recording will be carried out under those
conditions on Sundays also. The “ DLY” setting
has priority at all times, even over Sunday
settings.
Click [SAVE] to complete the adjustments (or changes).
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Menu Setting Procedures
9. ALARM REC MODE SET
This sets the recording conditions for alarm recording. This menu is also used for pre-alarm
recording.
PICTURE QUALITY
(default setting: ENHANCED)
This sets picture quality for alarm recording.
1
Select a picture quality mode from the pulldown menu on the screen.
• BASIC (basic quality)
• NORMAL (normal quality)
• ENHANCED (enhanced)
• FINE (high quality)
• SUPER FINE (very high quality)
FRAME/FIELD RECORDING
(default setting: FIELD)
This sets the recording mode for alarm
recording (field recording or frame recording).
1
Select the recording mode from the pulldown menu on the screen.
• FIELD:
Field recording
• FRAME: Frame recording
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AUDIO RECORDING
(default setting: OFF)
Audio can also be recorded at the same time as
alarm recording. However, when audio is
recorded, since the audio data is recorded in
the alarm recording area, the recording
capacity of the alarm recording area will be
reduced.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
Audio is recorded.
• OFF:
Audio is not recorded.
ALARM RECORDING
This specifies whether alarm recording will be
done and sets the recording cycle and the
period over which alarm recording will be
continued.
If alarm recording is to be done, please set the
mode for the operating pattern.
1
Set a mode with the [ALARM RECORDING]
pull-down menu on the screen. (default
setting: OFF)
• OFF:
No alarm recording will be done.
• MODE1: Alarm recording is done at all times, without
regard to timer recording (timer settings).
• MODE2: Alarm recording is done only during timer
recording.
• MODE3: Alarm recording is done only at times other
than during timer recording.
• MODE4: During the time set on the timer, the only
recording done is alarm recording, not timer
recording.
2
Select a recording cycle from the [REC
CYCLE] pull-down menu on the screen.
(default setting: A 0.24/0.12)
3
Set a duration period for alarm recording
with the [DURATION] pull-down menu on
the screen.
1 SEC, 2 SEC, 5 SEC, 10 SEC, 20 SEC, 40 SEC, 1 MIN,
2 MIN, 3 MIN, 4 MIN, 5 MIN, 10 MIN, 15 MIN, CC
(default setting: 1 SEC)
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PRE-ALARM RECORDING
This sets Pre-alarm recording conditions
(see p32).
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the [PRE-ALARM
RECORDING] pull-down menu in the
screen.
• ON:
Pre-alarm is recorded.
• OFF:
Pre-alarm is not recorded.
When [ALARM RECORDING] is set to “ OFF” , “ **”
is displayed and pre-alarm setting cannot be
carried out.
2
Select a recording cycle from the [REC
CYCLE] pull-down menu on the screen.
(default setting: A 0.24/0.12)
If the normal recording area is specified, the
recording cycle is restricted to A 0.12/0.06 - 2/1.
3
Select a duration period for pre-alarm
recording from the [DURATION] pull-down
menu in the screen.
2 SEC, 3 SEC, 5 SEC, 10 SEC, 20 SEC, 40 SEC, 1 MIN,
2 MIN, 3 MIN, 4 MIN, 5 MIN, 10 MIN, 15 MIN
(default setting: 1 MIN)
ALARM TRIGGER
(default setting: ALARM)
Set an alarm trigger (a signal for alarm
recording to begin) that will become the
condition for the operation of alarm recording.
1
Select an alarm trigger from the pull-down
menu on the screen.
• ALARM:
Start when the external alarm reacts.
• SENSOR: Start when the motion sensor reacts.
• ALARM AND SENSOR:
Start when the external alarm and motion
sensor both react at the same time.
• ALARM OR SENSOR:
Start when either the external alarm or the
motion sensor react.
External alarm detection: This is when external
sensor information (such as the opening or
closing of a door switch) is input to the digital
video recorder’s alarm input terminals while the
digital video recorder is online.
Motion sensor detection: This is when the motion
sensor settings cause movement to be detected
on the monitor screen.
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MOTION SENSOR LEVEL
(default setting: OFF)
An alarm can be activated if the built-in motion
sensor on the screen detects an abnormal
situation such as an intruder.
First set a detection level for the motion sensor.
1
Select a motion sensor level from the pulldown menu on the screen.
• OFF:
Sensor does not operate
• 1 to 10: Sensor level (the smaller the number the
higher the sensitivity)
If a multiplexer is being used, use the multiplexer
motion sensor.
MOTION SENSOR SET
Specify a setting range for the built-in motion
sensor.
1
Click a sensor position on the screen.
On the [MOTION SENSOR SET] screen, which has been
divided into a matrix 8 (H) × 10 (W), click the position
where you wish to establish a motion sensor and a sensor
setting mark will appear at that position. (If you click a
sensor position again, the sensor will be canceled.)
Any movement detected within the set range of a sensor
will automatically activate an alarm.
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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10. DISPLAY SET
This specifies the information to be displayed on the monitor.
Because this setting specifies the information to be displayed on the monitor that is connected to the main unit, it will
have no effect on the computer screen.
DATE
(default setting: ON)
This enables the date that has been set on the
main menu CLOCK SET (see p12) to be
displayed.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The date is displayed on the monitor.
• OFF:
The date is not displayed on the monitor.
TIME
(default setting: ON)
This enables the current time that has been set
on the main menu CLOCK SET (see p12) to be
displayed.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The current time is displayed on the monitor.
• OFF:
The current time is not displayed on the monitor.
QUALITY
(default setting: ON)
This enables the picture quality that has been
set on the main menu NORMAL REC MODE SET
(see p16) to be displayed.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The picture quality is displayed on the monitor.
• OFF:
The picture quality is not displayed on the
monitor.
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REC CYCLE
(default setting: ON)
This enables the display of the recording cycle
that has been specified (see p17).
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The recording cycle is displayed on the monitor.
• OFF:
The recording cycle is not displayed on the
monitor.
ALARM COUNT
(default setting: ON)
This enables the display of the number of
alarms as a number between 1 and 9999.
If the count exceeds 9999, it will be reset to 1.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The number of alarms is displayed on the
monitor.
• OFF:
The number of alarms is not displayed on the
monitor.
ALARM TYPE
(default setting: ON)
Alarm recording or pre-alarm recording will be
displayed during alarm recording.
• For Alarm recording:
[ALARM] is displayed.
• For Pre-alarm recording: [PRE] is displayed.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The type of alarm recording is displayed on the
monitor.
• OFF:
The type of alarm recording is not displayed on
the monitor.
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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11. RS-232C/RS-485 SET
This displays information related to RS-232C or RS-485 communication that has been set for
the main unit.
This only confirms the main unit setting and cannot be used to make a setting.
CONTROL
This shows whether RS-232C or RS-485 will be
used for controlling this unit.
• RS-232C: Control by RS-232C
• RS-485:
Control by RS-485
DATA SPEED
This shows the RS-232C or RS-485
communication speed.
• 2400/4800/9600/19200 (bps)
STATUS INFO
For RS-485 communication, this specifies
whether status information is to be transmitted.
• ON:
Status information is to be transmitted.
• OFF:
Status information is not to be transmitted.
ALARM INFO
For RS-485 communication, this specifies
whether alarm information is to be transmitted.
• ON:
Alarm information is to be transmitted.
• OFF:
Alarm information is not to be transmitted.
ADDRESS
This shows the address when RS-485 has been
selected.
• Valid settings range from 0 to 127.
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12. BUZZER SET
This enables the warning buzzer to sound as necessary, such as when there is an alarm (an
alarm trigger has reacted) or when hard disk capacity has been used up.
These settings only cause a buzzer to sound at the digital video recorder. They do not cause a buzzer to sound at the
computer.
ALARM
(default setting: OFF)
This enables the buzzer to sound when there is
an alarm.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The buzzer will sound when there is an alarm.
• OFF:
The buzzer will not sound when there is an
alarm.
DISK FULL
(default setting: ON)
This enables the buzzer to sound a warning
when the remaining free hard disk recording
areas (normal recording area, alarm recording
area and archive area) reach a certain value.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The buzzer will sound when the disk is full.
• OFF:
The buzzer will not sound when the disk is full.
DISK ERROR
(default setting: ON)
This enables the buzzer to sound a warning if a
hard disk error has occurred.
1
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Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The buzzer will sound when there is a hard disk
error.
• OFF:
The buzzer will not sound when there is a hard
disk error.
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LOCK WARNING
(default setting: ON)
This enables the buzzer to sound a warning if
an unauthorized operating button is pressed
when the security lock is on.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The buzzer will sound if an unauthorized
operating button is pressed when the security
lock is on. (Two sounds at 0.5 sec cycles)
• OFF:
The buzzer will not sound if an unauthorized
operating button is pressed when the security
lock is on.
KEY IN
(default setting: OFF)
This enables the buzzer to sound a key
operation beep when an operating button is
pressed.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The buzzer will sound a key operation beep
when any operating button is pressed.
• OFF:
The buzzer will not sound a key operation beep
when any operating button is pressed.
NON REC
(default setting: OFF)
This enables the buzzer to sound a warning
when recording stops.
1
Select [ON/OFF] from the pull-down menu
on the screen.
• ON:
The buzzer will sound when recording stops.
• OFF:
The buzzer will not sound even if recording
stops.
Click [SAVE] to complete the submenu settings (or changes).
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Menu Setting Procedures
13. NETWORK SET
When the digital video recorder is connected to a network, NETWORK SET is used to make settings
beforehand from the main unit, but the settings that have been specified from the main unit can also
be changed from the computer.
However, when network settings are changed, the digital video recorder will be momentarily
disconnected from the network and control wills witch to the digital video recorder, so the network
settings will need to be changed as necessary at the computer also. (See p. 4)
IP ADDRESS (1)
This enables the IP address for the digital video
recorder to be reset.
SUBNET MASK (2)
This enables the subnet mask for the digital video
recorder to be reset.
1
2
3
4
GATEWAY (3)
5
This enables the gateway for the digital video
recorder to be reset.
6
PORT (4)
This enables the port number for the digital video
recorder to be reset.
The setting range is from 1 to 65535 (Default setting: 80).
If the port is set to a value other than the default
value of “ 80” , add a “ :” followed by the port
number to the end of the IP address when typing
in the URL.
Example of URL if the port is set to “ 81”
http://192.168.0.1:81/
PASSWORD SETTING (5)
This enables the passwords for each user level to be
reset. (See p. 8)
User level
User name
Available
menus
1
2
3
ID1
ID2
ID3
m
m
m
m
m
Monitoring live images
Monitoring and
searching for recorded
images
Starting and stopping
recording, timer
recording, changing
main unit settings, etc.
Password (Default value)
m
1111
2222
3333
The password can consist of 4 to 8 alphanumeric characters.
NETWORK SPEED (6)
This enables the network speed to be reset.
NO LIMIT/64/128/256/512/1024 (Kbps)
When reset from the main unit, the default setting (NO LIMIT) is
restored.
Click [SAVE] to complete the NETWORK menu settings (or changes) that are displayed on the screen.
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Menu Setting Procedures
14. HDD SET
This displays hard disk information. In addition, if another hard disk has been added and mirroring
recording by the digital video recorder has been set to “ ON” , you can also set the drive to be given
priority for the reading of data.
PLAYBACK DRIVE
If mirroring recording by the digital video recorder
has been set to “ ON” , you can select the disk drive
from which the recorded data is to be read from
menu (3).
If these settings are made after an extra hard disk
has been installed, the hard disks will be in the
initialized condition with all recorded images
erased. Any important recorded images should
be stored on a computer.
1
2
3
1
What is mirroring?
Mirroring recording is the term used to refer to
recording the same images on two hard disks
when an extra hard disk has been added. Turning
on mirroring is a backup option so that if the data
recorded on one disk becomes corrupted for some
reason, the data from the other disk that was
recorded correctly can be retrieved instead.
1
2
If an extra hard disk has been added, the capacities of
each hard disk are shown separately.
2
Data will be read from Disk 1
• DISK 2:
Data will be read from Disk 2
MIRRORING
This shows the mirroring recording setting for the digital
video recorder.
• ON:
Select DISK 1 or DISK 2 from the pull-down
menu on the screen.
• DISK 1:
Hard disk capacity
Displays the total capacity of the hard disk.
Mirroring recording is carried out.
• OFF : Mirroring recording is not carried out.
3
PLAYBACK DRIVE
Click [SAVE].
15. POWER FAILURE/USED TIME
This displays the number of power failures and period of time the main unit has been used
for recording.
1 POWER FAILURE
Shows the number of power failures, date/time of
occurrence, date/time of recovery.
2 USED TIME
1
Shows the period of usage of this unit.
• DISK1 USE: Total recording time for Disk 1
2
• DISK2 USE: Total recording time for Disk 2
• POWER:
Total time the unit has been switched on
3
3 FIRMWARE
Shows firmware version.
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Recording an Image
This unit will record an image or an alarm on the internal hard disk by the specified method
while the image is being viewed.
For recording, the necessary menu settings should be made beforehand to suit the
installation environment. (See p11)
■ Normal recording
This is a manual operation for recording an image that is being
viewed into the “ normal recording area” .
1
Click the O button on the operating panel to start normal
recording.
2
Click the P button on the operating panel to stop normal
recording.
■ Timer recording
This is for automatically recording an image that is being viewed
into the “ normal recording area” at a specified time.
Timer recording is not possible during normal recording.
1
2
3
Set the conditions for timer recording (such as the day of the
week, time and recording cycle) with the menu screen.
(See p18)
Timer recording is started by clicking the Q button on the
operating panel and recording will start and stop automatically
in accordance with the specified times.
The timer recording operation is indicated by a “ TIMER
STANDBY” or “ TIMER RECORDING” message appearing on
the screen.
To cancel timer recording, when in recording standby mode
click the Q button on the operating panel again.
■ Alarm recording
Alarm recording proceeds automatically when the alarm input
terminals or motion sensor have detected an alarm, and the image
of an intruder, etc. is recorded in the “ alarm recording area” .
When an alarm recording is in operation, normal recording, timer
recording and pre-alarm recording are automatically suspended
until they are resumed when the alarm recording is finished.
1
2
3
The conditions for alarm recording are set beforehand with the
menu screen. (See p20)
Irrespective of the operating or working conditions of this unit,
alarm recording begins automatically with the detection of an
alarm.
Alarm recording will stop automatically at the end of
DURATION that has been set.
You can set the computer to play back a sound file that is stored in a
specified folder on the computer's hard disk while alarm recording is in
progress, to give the computer its own original warning sound to be played
in the event of an alarm.
1. Create the warning sound (WAV file).
2. Rename the file and save it as follows.
"C:\BUZZER\BUZZER.WAV"
To stop the warning sound from playing while an alarm is being recorded,
click the P button on the operating panel.
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Recording an Image
■ Pre-alarm recording
This function is complementary to alarm recording. When prealarm recording has been set beforehand, not only will the same
image be recorded normally in the normal recording area but also
in the “ alarm recording area” . This means that a certain period of
the latest image will always be saved in the alarm recording area,
enabling the image immediately before the alarm to be seen when
the alarm recording is played back.
1
2
3
Make the pre-alarm settings on the menu screen. (See p22)
The latest image will be recorded automatically for the
specified duration and updated by being overwritten.
When an alarm recording is in operation, pre-alarm recording
is automatically suspended until it is resumed when the alarm
recording is finished.
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Viewing a Live Image
A live image can be viewed during observation, irrespective of recording mode and
operating conditions.
■ Method of Operation
A live image is displayed when playback is stopped by clicking the G button on the operating panel.
The display screen can be adjusted in the following manner.
■ On-screen Display Items
6 7
8
9
F
5
1
2
1 READ INTERVAL (Default setting: 1)
3
4
3 QUALITY (Default setting: 2)
Five stages of image display speed can be selected.
The image quality can be set to one of three levels.
Select from the pull-down menu and click the [SET] button.
1: Lowest quality
The larger the number, the faster is the display speed.
However, the actual playback speed is limited by the
network transmission speed.
2: Medium quality
3: Highest quality
4 AUDIO (Default setting: OFF)
2 SIZE (Default setting: 1)
Six stages of image size can be set.
This lets you set whether sound is played back or not at
the same time as images are played back.
Select from the pull-down menu and click the [SET] button.
• OFF: Sound is not played back.
The larger the number, the larger is the display screen.
• ON-5SEC - 30SEC: Sound is played back
(The audio delay time is set at the
same time. If the network speed is
slow, set the audio delay time to a
longer period to prevent the sound
from dropping out.)
1: 320 × 240
2: 400 × 300
3: 640 × 480
4: 800 × 600
5: 1024 × 768
6: 1280 × 960
• The operating privileges must be set to a user
level of ID2 or higher for sound playback. If the
operating privileges are set to ID1, the sound
playback menu will not be displayed.
• In order to play back sound, install Active X on
the system and set sound recording to "ON".
(See p3, 17)
• Sound is given priority during playback, so the
images may not appear in some environments.
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Viewing a Live Image
5 CHANNEL
If a multiplexer is connected, a camera image channel can
be specified and played back.
Select the channel from the pull-down menu and click the
[SET] button.
6 LIVE
Indicates that live mode is selected.
7 TIME
The current time is appears as “Day/Month/Year Hour/
Minute/Second”.
8 NORMAL RECORDING MODE
Shows the current normal recording condition.
• STOP
Normal recording is not proceeding.
• RECORDING
Recording is in progress.
• TIMER STANDBY
Timer recording is in standby mode.
• TIMER RECORDING
Timer recording is in progress.
• AREA FULL
Normal recording area is full.
9 ALARM RECORDING MODE
Shows the current alarm recording condition.
• STOP
Alarm recording is not proceeding.
• PRE ALARM RECORDING
Pre-alarm recording is in progress.
• ALARM RECORDING
Alarm recording is in progress.
• AREA FULL
Alarm recording area is full.
F
Users connected
If more than one user is connected, this shows the number
of users connected for each user level.
(Display example) ID1:3 ID2:1 ID3:0
The ID for the user who is at the location where this screen
is being viewed is displayed in red.
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Playing Back a Recorded Image
Images recorded in each normal recording area of the hard disk can be freely called up as
required and played back.
■ Playback Methods
Recording area
Recording mode
NORMAL
RECORDING AREA
Normal recording
ALARM RECORDING
AREA
Alarm recording
Pre-alarm recording
ARCHIVE AREA
Copy
Timer recording
Playback Methods
When the H button is clicked, playback begins from the current position of the
playback pointer. If there is no playback pointer, or in case of a reset, playback will be
from the oldest recording.
In search mode, when you search and specify the image you wish to play back,
control switches automatically to the playback mode screen and the full-screen image
is displayed. (Please refer to “Search Mode” in the next section.)
■ On-screen Display Items
1 8
F
G
3
2
9
4
5
1 PLAY
6
7
3 SPEED
Indicates that playback mode is selected.
Indicates the speed and direction of playback.
2 PLAYBACK AREA
Display
Indicates the recording area where the image currently
being played back is recorded.
PLAY
• ALARM
• PRE-ALARM
• NORMAL
• ARCHIVE
Playback
direction
Forward
Playback speed
Normal
STILL
Paused
Paused
R.PLAY
Reverse
Normal
CUE
Forward
Fast forward
REV
Reverse
Fast reverse
SLOW
Forward
Slow forward
R.SLOW
Reverse
Slow reverse
4 READ INTERVAL (Default setting: 1)
Five stages of image display speed can be selected.
Select from the pull-down menu and click the [SET] button.
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Playing Back a Recorded Image
5 SIZE (Default setting: 1)
F NORMAL RECORDING MODE
Six stages of image size can be set.
The current normal recording mode is shown for reference.
Select from the pull-down menu and click the [SET] button.
• STOP
Normal recording is not proceeding.
The larger the number, the larger is the display screen.
• RECORDING
Recording is in progress.
1: 320 × 240
2: 400 × 300
• TIMER STANDBY
Timer recording is in standby mode.
3: 640 × 480
4: 800 × 600
• TIMER RECORDING
Timer recording is in progress.
5: 1024 × 768
6: 1280 × 960
• AREA FULL
Normal recording area is full.
6 QUALITY (Default setting: 2)
G ALARM RECORDING MODE
The image quality can be set to one of three levels.
1: Lowest quality
The current alarm recording mode is shown for reference.
2: Medium quality
• STOP
Alarm recording is not proceeding.
3: Highest quality
7 AUDIO (Default setting: OFF)
• PRE ALARM RECORDING
Pre-alarm recording is in progress.
This lets you set whether sound is played back or not at
the same time as images are played back.
• ALARM RECORDING
Alarm recording is in progress.
• OFF: Sound is not played back.
• AREA FULL
Alarm recording area is full.
• ON-5SEC - 30SEC: Sound is played back
(The audio delay time is set at the
same time. If the network speed is
slow, set the audio delay time to a
longer period to prevent the sound
from dropping out.)
• The operating privileges must be set to a user
level of ID2 or higher for sound playback. If the
operating privileges are set to ID1, the sound
playback menu will not be displayed.
• In order to play back sound, install Active X on
the system and set sound recording to "ON".
(See p3, 17)
• Sound is given priority during playback, so the
images may not appear in some environments.
8 TIME OF RECORDING
The time that the current playback image was recorded is
shown as “Day/Month/Year Hour/Minute/Second”.
9 CHANNEL
If a multiplexer is connected, a camera image channel can
be specified and played back.
Select the channel from the pull-down menu and click the
[SET] button.
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Playing Back a Recorded Image
■ Playback Mode Operations
m For playback
Click the H button on the operating panel.
m To adjust playback speed
The playback speed can be increased or decreased in steps by pressing the E or
D buttons on the operating panel during playback. This operation provides multiple
stages of fast and slow playback.
m For reverse playback
Click the F button on the operating panel.
This operation is possible even when the images are paused.
m To adjust reverse playback speed
The reverse playback speed can be increased or decreased in steps by pressing the
E or D buttons on the operating panel during reverse playback. This operation
provides multiple stages of fast and slow reverse playback.
m For still images
Click the J button on the operating panel during playback to display a still image.
Click the J button again to return to normal playback mode.
m For frame feed (forward/reverse)
The still image can be advanced (or reversed) in units of one field by clicking the K
button (or the I button) on the operating panel while a still image is being displayed.
m For alarm skip
Skip to the next (or previous) alarm event by pressing the B button (or the C
button) on the operating panel during playback.
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Search Mode
Each of the three recording areas has independent search mode functions.
Since there are five search modes from the recording areas and image search patterns, click
the L button on the operating panel and select a search mode from the search menu.
Enter search mode from live mode (with playback stopped) by clicking the L button on the
operating panel.
Search Mode
Search target recording area
Notes
1
ALARM SEARCH
ALARM RECORDING AREA
Searches for an alarm image from a list and plays it back.
2
ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
ALARM RECORDING AREA
Searches for an alarm image with thumbnails and plays it
back.
3
TIME/DATE SEARCH
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
ALARM RECORDING AREA
Searches for a recorded image by date/time and plays it
back.
4
ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
ARCHIVE AREA
Plays back an image saved (copied) in the archive area.
5
MOTION DETECTION
SEARCH
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
ALARM RECORDING AREA
Searches for a recorded image with a motion sensor in
which there was movement.
If the playback button is clicked directly without specifying a search mode, playback will start from the playback pointer
position (or from the oldest recording if there is no playback pointer).
If the normal recording area is 0%, "ALARM SEARCH", "ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH" and "MOTION DETECTOR
SEARCH" cannot be selected.
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Search Mode
1. ALARM SEARCH
This displays a list of all alarm events recorded in the alarm recording area by alarm number.
Alarm images are searched by alarm number and played back.
1
During recording or when stopped, select
[ALARM SEARCH] from the [SEARCH]
menu.
1
2
3
A list of alarm events is displayed on the ALARM SEARCH
screen in sequence from the most recent recording date.
2
Select from the alarm event list the number
of the alarm you wish to play back and
confirm by PREVIEW.
• Click the alarm number in the list, and the relevant alarm
image will be displayed as a preview.
• Up to eight alarm events can be shown on a single
screen. Click the [BACK] or [NEXT] button to show the
previous or next eight events.
3
Click the PREVIEW screen when the image
you wish to play back has been confirmed
by preview.
The full image from the time the alarm occurred will be
played back.
1
2
3
Still image and fast forward operations can also be
done. (See p37)
4
Click the G button.
Playback stops.
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NO: Alarm number
DATE/TIME: Date/Time of recording
PREVIEW: Preview display of alarm image
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Search Mode
2. ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
This displays thumbnails of all alarm images recorded in the alarm recording area.
Alarm images are searched and displayed from thumbnails.
1
During recording or when stopped, select
[ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH] from the
[SEARCH] menu.
The nine most recent alarm images are displayed with
alarm numbers on the ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
screen.
2
Click the thumbnail you wish to play back.
The full image from the time the alarm occurred will be
played back.
• Up to nine alarm events can be displayed as
thumbnails on a single screen. Click the [BACK]
or [NEXT] button to show the previous or next
events.
• Still image and fast forward operations can also
be done. (See p37)
3
Click the G button.
Playback stops.
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Search Mode
3. TIME/DATE SEARCH
Images in the normal recording area (normal recordings and timer recordings) can be
specified by time and date and played back.
1
During recording or when stopped, select
[TIME/DATE SEARCH] from the [SEARCH]
menu.
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45
The TIME/DATE SEARCH screen will appear.
2
3
Specify the time you wish to play back in
SEARCH on the pull-down menu (3).
Click the [PREVIEW] button and confirm
the image for the specified time by
PREVIEW.
After the search, the image for the specified time will be
displayed.
If there is no image for the exact time/date
specified, the image closest to the specified time/
date will be displayed.
4
Click the PREVIEW screen when the image
you wish to play back has been confirmed
by preview.
3
Full screen playback will appear.
Still image and fast forward operations can also be
done. (See p37)
5
Click the G button.
Playback stops.
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1
2
3
RECORDING TOP:
The oldest recorded image
RECORDING END:
The newest recorded image
4
5
[PREVIEW]: Button for specifying preview
SEARCH:
PREVIEW:
Date/Time of recording the image that
is to be played back
Preview display of the image for the
specified date/time
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Search Mode
4. ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
Plays back an image saved (copied) in the archive area.
1
During recording or when stopped, select
[ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH] from the
[SEARCH] menu.
1 2
3
A list of saved images is displayed on the ARCHIVE AREA
SEARCH screen in sequence from the most recent
recording date.
2
4
5
Select from the list of saved images the
number of the image you wish to play back
and confirm by PREVIEW.
• Click the image number in the list, and the relevant
saved image will be displayed as a preview.
6
• Up to eight saved images can be shown on a single
screen. Click the [BACK] or [NEXT] button to show the
previous or next eight events.
3
Click the PREVIEW screen when the image
you wish to play back has been confirmed
by preview.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Full screen playback will appear.
Still image and fast forward operations can also be
done. (See p37)
4
NO:
Image number
DATE:
Recording date
TIME:
Time recording began
TOTAL:
Total capacity of the archive area
USED:
Used capacity of archive area
PREVIEW: Preview display of archived image.
Click the G button.
Playback stops.
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Search Mode
5. MOTION DETECTION SEARCH
When a motion sensor has been established in an image recorded in the normal recording
area (by normal recording or timer recording) or in the alarm recording area, an image that
has been altered by an intruder, etc. can be detected and played back.
1
During recording or when stopped, select [MOTION DETECTION SEARCH] from the [SEARCH]
menu.
The MOTION DETECTION SEARCH screen will be displayed.
2
Select the range for detection from the pull-down menu on the screen.
1
2
5
3
4
1 SEARCH FROM (default setting: ALARM)
2 MULTIPLEXER CHANNEL
(default setting: --)
Select the recording areas whose images are to be
searched.
• ALARM:
Only alarm recording area images will be
searched.
• NORMAL:
Only normal recording area images will
be searched.
If a multiplexer capable of decoding channel information is
connected, select the channel to be searched.
3 START
Select the start time of images to be searched.
4 END
• ALARM AND NORMAL:
Images in both the alarm recording area
and the normal recording area will be
searched.
Select the end time of images to be searched.
5 SET
Set the subject of the search.
When the area has been selected, if there are images in
the relevant area, the start and finish times will be
displayed in [START] and [END].
After specifying the start and end times of the range to be
searched and clicking the [SET] button, the start time
image will be displayed.
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Search Mode
3
Specify the motion sensor search
conditions.
• Sensor position
On the MOTION SENSOR SET screen (6), which has
been divided into a matrix 8 (H) × 10 (W), click the
position where you wish to establish a motion sensor
and a sensor setting mark will appear at that position. (If
you click a sensor position again, the sensor will be
canceled.)
• Sensor level
6
Select from the pull-down menu (7). The lower the
number, the higher is the sensitivity.
7
4
Click the [PREVIEW] button and confirm by
preview.
Images in the specified time range in which the sensor has
detected movement will be searched and displayed on the
screen in preview.
5
If an image that you wish to play back has
been confirmed, click Preview Screen
Full screen playback will appear.
Still image and fast forward operations can also be
done. (See p37)
6
Click the G button.
Playback stops.
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Archive Recorded Images
Recorded images can be copied into the archive area of the hard disk or downloaded into a
personal computer.
It is used only for saving important images recorded in the normal recording area and alarm
recording area.
• Images to be copied will be archived separately as individual images. Moving pictures are handled by specifying
the number of images that need to be copied after the start picture. The maximum number of images that can be
archived in one copy operation is 10,000 in the case of copying to the archive area and 1,000 in the case of
downloading to a computer, etc.
• In order to protect the recording operation of the digital video recorder, the status of the network is checked, and if
the network is busy, the digital video recorder may be disconnected from the network depending on the operating
environment. If a command is given to transfer large volumes of data all at once (particularly when saving 100 or
more images at a time), the digital video recorder may be disconnected from the network, so you may need to
restrict the number of images being copied at one time depending on the environment.
• If the archive area becomes filled with pictures, press the [AREA FULL RESET] button on the RECORDING AREA
SET main menu. (See p14)
■ Copying to the Archive Area
1
2
Play back recorded images from the normal
recording area or alarm recording area and
make a still image of the image that will be
the start picture to be copied.
1
2
3
4
5
With the still image enabled, click the M
button on the operating panel.
The COPY screen appears.
3
Enter the number of pictures in the [HOW
MANY] space (3).
This is the number of pictures to be copied after the start
picture.
The valid range to be entered is 1 to 10000.
4
A warning message will be displayed if an invalid number
is entered.
1
Click the [START] button (5).
Recording date and time: The date and time that the
images were recorded.
2
Copying to the archive area begins and copying progress
is displayed in the message box (4).
PLAYBACK AREA:
The recording area where the images being played back
were recorded.
Copying in progress: COPYING TO ARCHIVE AREA !
• NORMAL
Copying finished: COPY FINISHED !
• ALARM
3
4
5
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HOW MANY: The number of images being copied.
MESSAGE BOX: Shows the copying progress.
START: Click this button to start copying.
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Archive Recorded Images
■ Download to a Computer
Recorded images and sound can be
downloaded to a computer.
1
Make a still image of the image that will be
the starting point for downloading.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Play back recorded images and make a still image of the
image that will be the starting point for downloading.
All images recorded in the normal recording area,
the alarm recording area and the archive area can
be downloaded. However, the actual downloading
involves sending data from the archive area, so in
downloading images from the normal recording
area and the alarm recording area, they are
automatically saved temporarily in the archive
area.
2
In still image mode, press the N button
on the operating panel.
1
Recording date and time:
The date and time that the images were recorded.
2
PLAYBACK AREA:
The recording area where the images being played back
were recorded.
The DOWNLOAD screen appears.
3
Enter the number of pictures in the [HOW
MANY] space (3).
• NORMAL
• ALARM
• ARCHIVE
This is the number of pictures to be downloaded after the
start picture.
3
4
5
6
The valid range to be entered is 1 to 1000.
Since the Internet Explorer displays a page only
for 5 minutes, the number of pictures to
download has to be set accordingly, so that the
download is completed within 5 minutes.
4
HOW MANY: The number of images being copied.
MESSAGE BOX: Shows the copying progress.
START: Click this button to start downloading.
AUDIO: Sound downloading ON/OFF
Set the [AUDIO] button (6).
If downloading sound at the same time as the images, set
the [AUDIO] button to "ON". If you would only like to
download images, leave the [AUDIO] button at the default
setting ("OFF").
5
Click the [START] button (5).
Downloading begins and [PLEASE WAIT !] is displayed in
the message box.
When downloading all pictures is finished, the display
changes to the Image Viewer screen and a data save
confirmation dialog is displayed.
6
Click the [OK] button in the confirmation dialog to start the saving operation.
• If saving images only
Select "Save As..." from the "File" menu in Internet Explorer, specify the saving location and file name in the "Save as Web Page"
dialog box, and then click [Save]. The web page will then be saved, and all of the images will be saved at the same time.
• If saving both images and sound
Click the [SAVE WITH AUDIO] button, specify the saving location and file name in the "SAVE WITH AUDIO" dialog box, and then
click [Save]. When the saving is complete, and the confirmation dialog box appears, click [OK].
Please use Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher. Images cannot be saved with other versions.
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Archive Recorded Images
* Image Viewer Screen
This enables downloaded images to be confirmed and saved.
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5
6
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3
2
1
8
H
I
J
K
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F
G
Thumbnail images
1
F
TOP
This displays the first image.
2
This displays the number of the image being played back.
G
PREV.
This displays the previous image.
3
H
I
STOP
J
NEXT
END
K
This displays the last image.
8
To save images and sound at the same time.
Buttons G and K are only displayed when
[AUDIO] is set to "ON" in the download window.
1 400 × 300
2 640 × 480
3 800 × 600
4 1024 × 768
5 1280 × 960
PLAY SPEED
This sets the playback speed (cycle).
1 1000msec
2 500msec
3 250msec
4 100msec
5 25msec
* The above playback speed (cycle) value will vary
depending on the specifications of the computer.
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SAVE WITH AUDIO
IMAGE SIZE
This sets the image display size.
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DOWNLOAD COUNT
The number of images being downloaded are displayed as
“Number of images downloaded / Total number of images”.
(If the number of images recorded does not reach the
number of images entered, the total number of images will
equal the number of images recorded.)
This displays the next image.
7
TIME
This displays the recording date and time for the image
being played back.
PLAY
This plays back the images. When the last image is
reached, it returns to the first image and continues
playback from that image.
6
CHANNEL
This shows the channel (camera number) for the images
that are being downloaded.
This stops playback.
5
PLAY AUDIO
To play back sound at the same time when playback
operations care carried out on the screen.
R.PLAY
This plays back the images in reverse. When the first
image is reached, it returns to the last image and continues
reverse playback from that image.
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IMAGE NUMBER
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DVR Viewer
The DVR Viewer is a program is designed specifically for DVRs of all series. It can be used to
play back image and sound data that has been copied from a DVR onto media such as
computer hard disk drives, CompactFlash cards and CD-Rs.
The DVR Viewer can be downloaded from the Sanyo website at the URL given below.
Sanyo website URL: http://www.sanyosecurity.com
When playing back sound data, you will need Version 1.4 or later. In the case of data that has been copied from a
DVR to a CD-R, only the images can be played back.
■ Operating environment
The following operating environment is required in order to use the DVR Viewer.
• Applicable operating system;Windows 98, 98SE, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP
• Applicable computer:PC/AT compatible computer running one of the above operating systems
• When playing back images that include sound, you will need to have the Active X plug-in pre-installed on the system. (See p3)
■ Installing the DVR Viewer
Install the DVR Viewer by the following procedure.
1
4
Starting the installation wizard
Double-click the icon for the downloaded "Setup.exe" file
to start the installation wizard.
Choosing the destination location
Check that the destination folder shown in the Choose
Destination Location window is correct, and then click
[Next].
If you would like to change the folder, click [Browse] and
specify the desired folder.
2
Selecting the language settings
Select the display language for the software (Japanese or
English) in the Choose Setup Language window and then
click [OK].
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3
Starting copying of files
Check that all the settings shown are correct, and then
click [Next]. Copying of files will then start. If you would like
to change any of the settings, click [Back].
Starting the installation
6
Click [Next] in the Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for
DVR Viewer window to start the installation process.
Completion of installation
When the installation is complete, the InstallShield Wizard
Complete window appears. Click [Finish].
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DVR Viewer
■ Opening and closing DVR Viewer
a Opening DVR Viewer
a Closing DVR Viewer
From the Start menu, point to [Programs], point to [DVR Viewer]
and select [DVR Viewer] to start the program.
Click the close button in the top-right corner of the program
window, or select "Exit" from the "File" menu to close DVR
Viewer.
When DVR Viewer starts up, the following default window
appears.
If you create a shortcut icon for DVR Viewer on the
desktop, you can open DVR Viewer quickly by
double-clicking the shortcut icon.
To create a shortcut icon, right-click [DVR Viewer]
in the Start menu, drag the name to a spare place
on the desktop, and select "Create Shortcut(s)
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DVR Viewer
■ Menu structure
The basic menus for DVR Viewer are located on the menu bar and tool bar in the upper-left of the
window. Click a command to open the corresponding menu.
a Menu bar
This is the basic menu for DVR Viewer. Click a
command to view the details for that command.
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2
3
1 File (F)
Open (O): Displays the Open file dialog box.
Print (P): Prints the specified file.
Title Input (T): Displays the dialog box for entering titles for
printed images.
Exit (X): Closes DVR Viewer.
2 View (V)
Toolbar (T): Displays and hides the toolbar.
Status bar (S): Displays and hides the status bar at the
bottom of the window.
Split (P): Moves the boundary line at the bottom of the
window up and down.
Date format (D): Sets the date display format.
3 Help (H)
Displays the version information for the DVR Viewer that is
currently open.
a Toolbar
This contains commands that are most often
used.
1: Corresponds to the "Open (O)" command in the "File (F)"
menu.
2: Corresponds to the "Print (P)" command in the "File (F)"
menu.
3: Corresponds to the "Help (H)" command.
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DVR Viewer
■ Opening files
When DVR Viewer is opened, you can open files to be played back by the following procedure.
1
Click "Open (O)" in the "File" menu.
Alternatively, click the
2
icon on the toolbar.
Specify the drive and folder containing the
file to be opened.
In the Open dialog, use the radio buttons to select one of
the following two options depending on the type of media
that contains the image data.
1 Open a folder with JPEG images
Select this option if you would like to open JPEG images
that have been copied from a DVR to a CompactFlash
card or that have been downloaded to the computer over a
network.
1
Click [Browse...] to display the folder tree. Specify the
folder to be viewed and then click [OK].
If you would like thumbnail images to appear, click "Show
Thumbnails".
2
• To play back sound, be sure to specify a folder
that contains .WAV files.
• When opening images that have been
downloaded to a CD-R, you cannot do it when
this option is selected, even if you specify a CD
drive. Select the "Open images on CD-R" option
below instead.
2Open images on CD-R
Select this option if you would like to open images that
have been downloaded from a DVR to a CD-R. The drives
that can be read from will appear in the box shown below.
Specify the drive to be viewed and then click [OK].
• For Windows NT4.0 / 2000 / XP:
A drive letter such as "D:" appears.
• For Windows 98 / 98SE / ME:
The drive name appears.
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DVR Viewer
■ Viewing images
When image files are opened, the images that have been loaded appear. The display window consists
of a main window and a thumbnail window, and you can use various operations in these windows
such as a slideshow.
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3
2
1
2
Main window
When you double-click a thumbnail image, the image
appears larger in the main window.
Thumbnail window
All images that are stored in the specified folder appear as
thumbnail images (compressed images) in ascending
order of filename number. Thumbnail images that will not
fit in the window can be viewed using the scroll bar.
The following images appear at the time when files are
opened.
• For CD-R image data:
First image
• For image data other than on CD-R
Image with the smallest filename number
In the case of CD-R image data, thumbnail
images do not appear.
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Control panel
This is used for playback operations in the main window and to adjust the images.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
F
G
H
1 [TOP] button
I
F PLAY SPEED (Default setting: 3)
Moves to the start of a slideshow.
The playback speed for slideshows can be set to one of
five speeds.
2 [PREV] button
Moves to the previous image in a slideshow regardless of
the setting for "SKIP" 8.
Playback
speed
3 [RPLAY] button
1
Playback
1 sec.
interval
Reverses back through the slideshow by skipping past the
number of images specified by the setting for "SKIP" 8.
2
3
4
5
0.5 sec. 0.2 sec. 0.1 sec. 0.02 sec.
The actual playback speed may vary depending
on the computer's performance.
4 [STOP] button
Stops the slideshow.
5 [PLAY] button
G IMAGE NUMBER
Starts continuous playback of the slideshow by skipping
through the number of images specified by the setting for
"SKIP" 8.
Shows "Current image number / Total number of images".
H TIME
Shows the time stamp for the displayed image.
6 [NEXT] button
Moves to the next image in a slideshow regardless of the
setting for "SKIP" 8.
The year, month and day order is defined by the
settings at the computer.
7 [END] button
I TIME POSITION
Moves to the end of a slideshow.
(Default setting: LOWER RIGHT)
8 SKIP (Default setting: 1)
This specifies the display position for the time stamp.
This sets the number of images that are skipped when
playing and reverse playing slideshows. When using the
default setting (= 1), all images are played back one at a
time.
Available settings:LOWER RIGHT, UPPER RIGHT,
UPPER LEFT, LOWER LEFT
Setting values: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 100, 200
9 IMAGE SIZE (Default setting: 1)
The display size for images in the main window can be set
to one of five sizes.
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DVR Viewer
■ Printing images
Specified images can be printed as full images together with date and time information.
1
To print the image in the main window
Select "Print" from the "File" menu, or click the
icon
on the toolbar. The Windows Print dialog box appears.
Make any settings that are required such as selecting the
printer and the number of copies to be printed, and then
click [OK]. The main window will then be printed with the
time stamp embedded in the image.
2
To print thumbnail images
Click the thumbnail image to be printed so that it appears
in blue, and then repeat step 1 above.
3
To print several images all at once
Hold down the [Ctrl] key on the keyboard, and then click on
the images to be printed in the thumbnail window to select
them. To select a contiguous range of images, hold down
the [Ctrl] key and the [Shift] key simultaneously and then
select the images. After selecting the images to be printed,
carry out the procedure in step 1 above. The selected
images will then be printed one by one.
4
To display titles
To display titles for the images being printed, select "Title
Input (T)" from the "File" menu to display the Title Input
dialog box. The title entered will appear underneath the
printed image.
Up to 10 entered titles can be saved and selected
from a list.
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DVR Viewer
■ Saving images
In the case of images on a CD-R, the control panel includes buttons that can be used for saving
images, so that images can be saved on another storage medium as described below. You can
specify an existing folder to use or create a new folder, and you can also set your own filenames for
the files being saved.
1
Specify the start image and end image to be
saved.
Copy start
point
Click the [Set Copy Start image] button and then use
playback operations to select the start image. Then when
playback is stopped, click the [Set Copy Start image]
button again to set the starting point for the images to be
copied using the image numbers.
Specify the copy end point in the same way.
Copy end point
2
Click the [Start Copy] button.
The Save As dialog box appears.
3
Specify the saving destination and the
filename, and then click [Save].
The specified images will then be saved.
The filenames for each image will be generated
automatically based on the number of images being
copied and the filename you entered.
Example:If the number of images copied is "100" and
the filename is "SAMPLE":
SAMPLE000.JPG
SAMPLE001.JPG
SAMPLE099.JPG
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DVR Viewer
■ Salvataggio delle immagini
Nel caso in cui si tratti di immagini su un CD-R, è possibile utilizzare i pulsanti presenti sul pannello di
controllo per salvare le immagini, in modo che possano essere salvate su un altro supporto di
archiviazione così come descritto di seguito. È possibile specificare una cartella esistente o crearne
una nuova, inoltre è possibile impostare i nomi file per i file salvati.
1
Specificare l'immagine da salvare iniziale e
finale.
Fare clic sul pulsante [Set Copy Start image] e utilizzare le
funzioni di riproduzione per selezionare l'immagine
iniziale. Quando la riproduzione viene interrotta, fare
nuovamente clic sul pulsante [Set Copy Start image] e
impostare il punto di inizio per l'immagine da copiare
utilizzando i numeri delle immagini.
Punto di inizio
copia
Pulsante
[Start Copy]
Specificare i punto finale seguendo la stessa procedura.
Punto finale copia
2
Fare clic sul pulsante [Start Copy].
Viene visualizzata la finestra di dialogo Salva con nome.
3
Specificare il percorso di destinazione per
il salvataggio e il nome file, quindi fare clic
su [Save].
L'immagine specificata viene salvata.
Il nome file viene creato automaticamente in base al
numero delle immagini copiate e al nome file immesso.
Esempio: Se il numero di immagini copiate
corrisponde a "100" e il nome file è
"SAMPLE":
SAMPLE000.JPG
SAMPLE001.JPG
SAMPLE099.JPG
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