16CH Standalone DVR - LILIN Technical Support

16CH Standalone DVR
PVH-AH264
MERIT LILIN ENT. CO., LTD
http://www.meritlilin.com
66-AH264CSE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Caution
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Do not drop or strike this equipment
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Do not install the equipment near any naked flames or heat sources
Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, smoke or dust
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environment
Do not cover the opening of the cabinet with cloth and plastic or to
install this unit in poor ventilated places. Allow 10cm between this
unit and its surroundings
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Do not continue to operate the unit under abnormal conditions
such as detection of smoke, strange smell or no display on screen
while power is turned on
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Do not touch the power connection with wet hands
Do not damage the power cord or leave it under pressure
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Do not operate this unit near magnet, speaker system, etc., to avoid
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unnecessary magnetic interference
Connection cables should be grounded properly
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED
BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Chapter 1 System Specification..............................................................4
1.1
System Hardware Specification................................................4
1.2
System Function Specification..................................................4
1.3
Package Content ......................................................................5
Chapter 2 System Introduction ...............................................................6
2.1
System Front Panel ..................................................................6
2.2
System Back Panel...................................................................9
2.3
Hard Disk Installation..............................................................10
Chapter 3 System Setting......................................................................10
3.1
Setup Main Menu....................................................................11
3.2
Time / Display Setup...............................................................11
3.3
Camera Setup.........................................................................12
3.4
Alarm Setup ............................................................................13
3.5
System Setup .........................................................................14
3.6
Network Setup ........................................................................15
3.7
Input /Output Setup: (Optional)...............................................21
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Output .................................................................................21
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S.M.A.R.T. ..........................................................................21
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Input ...................................................................................21
3.8
Program ..................................................................................22
3.9
Advanced Setup .....................................................................22
Chapter 4 Record ...................................................................................24
4.1
Activate Record Manually .......................................................25
4.2
Auto Record............................................................................25
4.3
Stop Record............................................................................25
Chapter 5 Playback ................................................................................25
5.1
Assign Time for Playback .......................................................26
5.2
Date List for Playback.............................................................26
5.3
Playback Operation Buttons ...................................................27
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Chapter 6 PIP Function..........................................................................27
6.1
PIP Sub-Window Location Adjustment ...................................28
Chapter 7 Alarm Log ..............................................................................29
Chapter 8 I/O ...........................................................................................29
8.1
Input Control Setup.................................................................30
8.2
Output Control Setup ..............................................................30
8.3
Output Control ........................................................................30
Chapter 9 File Backup............................................................................31
Chapter 10 Network Function .................................................................32
10.1
Network Setup ........................................................................32
10.2
Network Connection Setup .....................................................33
10.3
Remote File Search ................................................................37
10.4
Remote DVR using IE browser...............................................38
Chapter 11 Lilin Player.............................................................................45
11.1
Playback Control Panel ..........................................................46
11.2
Search ....................................................................................48
11.3
Color Configuration.................................................................48
11.4
Motion Search Setup ..............................................................48
11.5
Continuous Playback ..............................................................49
11.6
Caption Display Setup ............................................................49
11.7
VG to AVI Conversion.............................................................49
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Chapter 1
System Specification
This model is a new generation embedded DVR system. This system is using the most
advanced H.264 compression technique. This technique not only holds the best recording
quality and high compression rate. Under the same hard disk sizes, it can save longer video
images and audio sounds.
This model embedded System uses the super high speed DSP IC (Digital signal Processor)
for its center of compression. It records by using hardware images compression, of this, it
can reach a maximum 30fps (NTSC) or 25fps (PAL) recording speed per channel. Playback
of the recording is using the same technique to reach its most efficiency.
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System Hardware Specification
Video In (BNC Jacks): 16 BNC Video In Jacks
Audio In (RCA Jacks): 4 RCA Audio In Jacks (Optional 16 RCA Jacks)
Monitor Output: 1 BNC Jack
Audio Out: 1 earphone output Jack
VGA Output: Supports standard VGA D-SUB output jack. Resolution 1024 x 768 at
75Hz.
Alarm Input (Optional): 4 input terminals, Detectable loop circuit open / short.
Relay Output (Optional): 4 Output control terminal, AC 125V/12A; 250V/7A; DC 30V/7A
Hard Disk: Support 2 IDE Hard disk
Backup Function: Supports 2 USB, to connect to USB disks.
Ethernet: RJ45 (100/10Mbps Ethernet)
Power: AC115V/60Hz/4A, 230V/50Hz/2A (Typical)
Weight: 4.5Kg / 5.5Kg (Net /Gross Weight)
Size: 20.5cm x 34cm x 19cm (Length x Width x Depth)
System Function Specification
Technology: H.264 Hardware real time compression /decompression
Resolution: 704 x 480 (NTSC) / 704 x 576 (PAL)
Monitoring Speed: 16 channels 480 fps(NTSC) / 400 fps(PAL)
Recording Speed: 240MAX ~ 200MIN fps(NTSC)/ 200MAX ~ 167MIN fps (PAL)
Image Compression Rate: Dynamic Compression Rate = 40:1~240:1 (Automatic
Changes depends on the image’s moving situation). Average Dynamic Compression
Rate: 40 : 1~2400 : 1
Recording Quality: 10 Levels Adjustment available
Audio Recording: 24Kbps ADPCM recording mode. Synchronize with Video Recording.
Live Audio Monitoring: Support Live Audio Monitoring.
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Monitor Display: Full Screen, 16 split window display, 8 split window display, auto scan,
4 split window display at 2/4 pages auto scan and 8 split window display 2pages auto
scan
Internet Function: Supports TCP/IP functions. Supports Internet / LAN remote
monitoring.
Multi-task Capability: Supports Recording, Playback, Remote Monitoring and Live
Monitoring at the same time.
Sensor Input Trigger Alarm
Video Lost Trigger Alarm
Motion Image Trigger Alarm (maximum of 4 motion detection areas per channel)
Alert Alarm: Sound Alert and relay output
Alarm Record Function: The system will start recording with 3-5 seconds pre-alarm after
alarm triggered.
Alarm Log: Record the alarm activated time, alarm source, also select the time from the
alarm log directly for playback.
Playback (Search) mode: Playback directly by selected time, search by saved time log,
and by alarm log.
Playback Speed mode: Fast Speed forward x2, x4, x6, and x8. Slow Speed forward /2,
/4, /6, /8. Single frame playback, Paused, Forward Skip Playback, Reverse Skip
Playback.
Playback Display: Full Screen display, 4 split windows display.
File Backup Function: Supports USB disk for backup, or retrieving files from
appropriative remote software.
Playback backup files: Playback using Lilin Player (V5.4 or above) directly from a
computer.
Remote monitoring software: Installed LilinRT4 (V5.0 or above) on a PC for Remote
monitoring or recording.
Firmware Update: Firmware update available from our website update/ add / alter the
software through USB devices.
Package Content
Please be cautious when opening up the package to avoid damage to the system.
1. One DVR System
2. One Power Cable and IDE Cable
3. One User’s manual
4. One CD-ROM
5. 2 IO connections Jack. (Optional with VGIO)
6. Connection cables: 4* BNC jacks video connection cables. 1* RCA jacks audio
connection cables. (Extra audio connection cables are optional).
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When you found any shortage item when opened, please contact immediately with the
agents, sale representatives or customer service department.
Chapter 2
2.1
System Introduction
System Front Panel
System’s front panel includes ‘Numbers and Display control Area’, and ‘Control Button area’.
All button arrangements as above. This is mainly used to operate the main system. The
functions are as followed:
USB
Press once for the panel to open. There is USB application for file download or firmware
update.
Number 1-8 Buttons
When the number button is press under recording mode, the number of camera
displayed will be according to the number of button pressed. Under 16 channels model,
to select the enlarge images for camera 9-16, you will require to use the split window
button (number 9), and switch to the split window images for camera 9-16, When under
setting mode, the number button is for setting of number 1-8.
Number 9 Button
When this button is press under recording mode, depends on the different model,
camera display window will be Eight Split windows and 16 split windows. When under
setting, this button is for setting the number 9.
Number 0 Button
When this button is press under recording mode, the display images will be: Auto Scan
for a single image, or 4 split windows or 8 split windows in different pages. Camera
numbers depends on the pages.
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Power Indicator(
)
When power is on, this indicator will shown as green.
Recording Indicator(
)
When system is under recording mode, this indicator will be shown as red.
Playback Indicator(
)
When system is under playback mode, this indicator will be shown as yellow.
Record/ Switch to Recording Display Button( )
1. When system not under recording status, press of this button will activate
recording function immediately.
2. When both recording and playback is functioning: Switching back to the
recording images. Detail information will be described later on.
Note: System’s defaulted is activating recording. You will require to setup “Stop
Recording” under system setup to stop recording.
Setting / List Button(
)
1. Under system setting: Enter System setting, Save setting.
2. Under playback Operation: Enter Date list mode for playback
3. When activate PIP sub-window: Entering the adjustment of PIP sub-window
location, Save PIP sub-window location.
Leftward Button / Playback Backward(
)
1. Under normal operation: Move selection leftward, Go to last page.
2. Under playback operation: For playback backward. Each backward 160 frames
3. When adjusting PIP sub-window: Move the PIP sub-window to the left.
Upward button / Step Playback / Pause Playback(
)
1. Under normal operation: Move selection upward
2. Under playback operation: For step by step playback. Playback of 1 frame then
pause playback.
3. When adjusting PIP sub-window: Move the PIP sub-window to the up.
Rightward Button / Playback Forward / Output Control(
)
1. Under normal operation: Move selection rightward, Go to next page.
2. Under playback operation: For playback forward. Each forward 160 frames
3. When adjusting PIP sub-window: Move the PIP sub-window to the right.
4. Not under playback or setting mode: Active output control button. This will
display relay output status, also can stop playing alarm sound. Detail information
will be described later on.
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Select / Backup Button(
)
1. Under normal operation: This is for selection and confirm button to select and
confirm the correct setting.
2. Not under playback or setting mode: To activate backup file button. Backup the
files from system hard disk to USB disk/device, by using the playback software
Lilin Player (V5.4 or above) for playback of the file from normal PC. Detail
information will be described later on.
Playback Button( )
1. Under normal operation: To activate playback function. Selection of the playback
files for playback. Detail information will be described later on.
2. When both recording and playback is functioning: Switching back to the
playback images. Detail information will be described later on.
Subtract 1 / Next / Slow Speed Playback( )
1. Under normal operation: Subtract 1 when setting numbers or next one selection
button.
2. Under playback mode: Playback speed will be changes each time you press the
button to 1/2 1/4 1/6 1/8 slow speed playback
Downward Button / PIP Function(
)
1. Under normal operation: Move selection downward
2. When both recording and playback is functioning: to activate PIP functions; To
display both recording and playback images we call it PIP function. PIP
sub-window’s location can be altered. Detail information will be described later
on.
Note: PIP function can only be done when connecting VGA output to VGA
monitor. TV output to TV Monitor will not display this function.
Add 1 / Last One / Fast Speed Forward( )
1. Under normal operation: Add 1 when setting numbers or last one selection
button
2. Under playback mode: Playback speed will be changes each time you press the
button to 2 4 6 8 fast speed playback
Cancel / Stop / Alarm Log Button(
)
1. Under normal operation: To cancel setting
2. Under playback mode: To stop image playback.
3. Not under playback or setting mode: To view alarm log. Detail information will be
described later on.
Note: This button is not the stop recording button. Press of this button cannot stop
recording. You will have to select the stop recording function from system setting.
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2.2
System Back Panel
System’s back panel is mainly for signal connection. Detail information as followed:
Power Supply
Mark 1: This is for the power supply input socket. You can directly connect to AC
110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz.
Ethernet RJ45-jack
Mark 2: This is for RJ45 Internet connection socket. This is for 10Mbps/100Mbps
Ethernet
USB
Mark 3: This system has 2 USB sockets. This is for connecting to USB devices for
backup images or update firmware.
Power
Mark 4: Power on/off. To turn on/off the system power.
VGA Output
Mark 5: VGA Output to connect to VGA monitor.
Video Input BNC-jacks
Mark 6 for 4 sets Video Input 1-16 (From right to left). Set order as yellow, black, white
and red.
TV Monitor Output BNC-jack
Mark 7: TV output BNC-jack to connect to TV monitor.
Audio Input RCA-jack
Mark 8 for 4 sets Video Inputs (order according to numbers displayed). Set order as
yellow, black, white and red.
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Audio Output Earphone-jack
Mark 9: Audio out jack for live audio monitoring, or audio output when playback saved
files with audio.
Input Terminals (Optional)
Mark 12: Input terminal 1-4, for users to connect to sensor devices. Input signal from
top to bottom is input1, input2, input3, and input4 and ground connection.
Output Terminals (Optional)
Mark 13: Relay Output 1-4, for users to connect for controlling of external device. Signal
from top to bottom (2 connections for 1 relay output) are output1, output2, output3
and output4.
2.3 Hard Disk Installation
Please take extra notice that the system does not include a hard disk. So before you start
operating this system, it is suggested you install a hard disk for recording files. DVR system
has an IDE interface. It can connect 2 IDE hard disk,The setting for the first hard disk is
Master and the second as Slave.
Note1: This system is using Linux EXT3 hard disk format. It is suggested to use the
un-partitioned and un-formatted hard disk, or use the already formatted to
Linux EXT3 format hard disk.
Note2: There is no restriction size for a single hard disk capacity. However, the
maximum partition size will be 250GB.
Note3: After a brand new hard disk is installed, this system will automatically partition
and format this hard disk. When a hard disk is over 250GB, system will
automatically separate it into 2 or more same partition sizes.
Chapter 3
System Setting
This is used to setup the system for operation needs. This system includes functions like,
motion detection, alarm functions, security functions, Internet functions and I/O control etc.
Users can setup the system to suit your needs. Detail information as below:
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3.1
Setup Main Menu
SETUP 8102 060510 SRT4.16
1.TIME/DISPLAY
2.CAMERA
3.ALARM
4.SYSTEM
5.NETWORK
6.I/O
7.PROGRAM
8.ADVANCE…
The first line shown on the main menu: First set of number means the firmware version of
this system. Second set of numbers mean the last update date of this firmware. The third set
is the system model. Ex...”XXXXX 070130 SRT4.16” means this system is PVH-AH264 last
update on 30th Jan 2007.
3.2
Time / Display Setup
TIME/DISPLAY SETUP
1.DATE
2.TIME
3.TIME ZONE
4.SYSTEM TIME
5.CAMERA NAME
6.SYSTEM STATUS
7.MAIN+SUB DISPLAY
2006/5/8
18:00:08
GMT+08
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Time / Display setup is for setting the system time and display status. User the up and down
button to select and press the select button to confirm setting:
Date: Use the leftward and rightward button to select year, month and date. You can
also use the number 1-9 and 0 to key in the number directly, (the numbers will
automatically move to the left side), or you can use
add、
subtract button for
setup.
Time: Setup hour, minutes and seconds. Setting is as above.
Time Zone: Use
add、
subtract button for setup. For example Taiwan’s time
zone is GMT+08
System Time: The defaulted is on (activate), system will display the system time on the
monitor.
Camera Name: Defaulted is on (activate), system will display the camera name on the
monitor. Camera name will need to setup under “Camera Setup menu”.
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System Status: Defaulted is on (activate), system will display system status on the
monitor. Mainly is showing the hard disk sizes and hard disk free spaces.
Note: You must stop recording when setting up date, time and time zone.
MAIN+SUB DISPLAY:Defaulted is “OFF”. Select a camera after changing to “On”, or
when enlarge one of the camera, this camera will not be enlarge as full screen, instead
it will be shown as main screen and other camera images will be shown around the
main screen in smaller screen.
3.3
Camera Setup
CAMERA SETUP : CAMERA1
1.CAMERA NAME
CH1-------ON
2.ENABLE
3.AUDIO
ON
ON
4.DISPLAY
115
5.BRIGHTNESS
130
6.CONTRAST
7.SATURATION
150
8.HUE
128
9.VIDEO CONFIG DEFAULT
Camera setup is to setup the information for each camera. Every camera can be set alone
with depending on the requirement. The above is an example setting for camera 1. Other
cameras can be setup using the same way. Users can use
leftward,
rightward buttons to changes to different camera setup menu.
Note: When setting up the camera, the images correspondence to the camera will be
displayed as full sizes for adjusting brightness, contrast, saturation and hue. Press
to
save the setting.
Camera Name: You can only setup the camera name using English or alphabet. You
can use the number button directly for setting or use add or substrate for setting.
Enable: Defaulted is on (activate), if the camera does not connect to a camera, user
can disable (OFF) this selection, and then this will not be record.
Audio: Defaulted is on (activate). Audio functions uses 24kbps ADPCM format for
recording. File sizes are approximate 10MB per channel per hour.
Display: Defaulted is on (activate), you can change to off if display not require.
Brightness: Brightness adjustment. Defaulted is 115, adjusting range from 0-255, 0 is
the darkest and 255 is the brightness.
Contrast: Contrast adjustment. Defaulted is 130, setting range from 0-225, 0 is the
lowest and 255 is the highest.
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Saturation: saturation adjustment. Defaulted is 150, setting range from 0-225, 0 is the
lowest and 255 is the highest.
Hue: Hue adjustment. Defaulted is 128, setting range from 0-255.
Video Configuration Default: When users want to get back to the defaulted brightness,
contrast, saturation and hue, press the
select / confirm button and press
t
to save the setting.
3.4
Alarm Setup
This system supports alarm functions, which include sensor input trigger alarm, video lost
trigger alarm, and motion image trigger alarm.
Alarm setup is to setup the alarm function for each camera. Every camera has its own
setting. Below is the setup menu for the camera 1, other cameras can be setup using the
same method. Users can use
leftward、
rightward to change to different
camera setup menu.
ALARM SETUP : CAMERA1
1.VIDEO LOST CHECK ON
2.MOTION DETECT
9
OFF
3.ALARM SOUND
120
4.ALARM INTERVAL
5.MASK1
00 00:00 00
6.MASK2
00 00:00 00
7.MASK3
00 00:00 00
8.MASK4
00 00:00 00
9.OUTPUT TRIGGER
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Video Lost Check: Checking video lost. Defaulted is on (activate) so when video lost,
system will trigger alarm.
Motion Detect: Enable or disable motion detection and setup the detection sensitivity.
Defaulted sensitivity is 9, its range is from 1-16 or off to disable the motion detection. 1
is the less sensitivity and 16 is the most sensitivity.
Alarm Sound: This is to setup the alarm sound when alarm triggered. Defaulted is off
(disable), system’s built-in 4 different alarm sound, you can use add, subtract or the
number1-4 to setup different alarm sound or off to disable alarm sound.
Alarm Interval: This is used to setup the alarm interval, defaulted is 120seconds,
setting range from 100-999seconds.
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Mask 1-4: You can setup maximum of 4 detection areas for each camera. Each
images is seen as 22 x 15 (NTSC) or 22 x 18(PAL)
,so you can set a maximum
of 4 area in(00 00)~(22 15) (NTSC) or(00 00)~(22 18)(PAL). (00
00)is the top left hand side and NTSC(22 15)/PAL(22 18)is the right bottom
side. When there is motion in the masked area, it will trigger alarm. When alarm
triggered, it will be save in the alarm log. User can playback the alarm files from the
alarm log.
3.5
Output Trigger: When alarm triggered, it can be set to control the external alarm
device form the output terminals. There are a total of 4 relay output control terminals for
selection. This output control terminals is optional.
System Setup
SYSTEM SETUP
1.VIDEO MODE
2.RECORD SPEED
3.VIDEO QUALITY
4.SCAN TYPE
5.SCAN INTERVAL
6.AUTO RECORD
7.LIVE AUDIO
8.ALARM RECORD
9.VGA-PIP
NTSC
30
10
QUAD DISPLAY
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Video Mode: Video modes include the selection of NTSC and PAL. Users must change
it according to your local video mode. You will need to stop recording before changing
the setting.
Record Speed: Maximum recording speed per channel is 30fps NTSC or 25fps PAL.
Video Quality: Video quality range is from 1-10. Quality 10 means the best quality
however the largest the recorded file sizes. User’s can change the video quality to your
needs. However, low quality also will influence the playback quality.
Scan Type: This is to setup the auto scan type. FULL DISPLAY (single camera full
screen display, recycling for every channels), or QUAD DISPLAY (4 split window /2
pages display,), or Eighth Display (as 9 split windows and 4 pages display)
Scan Interval: This is to setup up the interval for auto scan. Defaulted is 3 seconds.
Maximum interval time is 99 seconds.
Auto Record: When auto record is set at ON (activate), when system reboot, system
will automatically start recording. If this setting is OFF (disable), then user will need to
press the record button manually for the system to start recording.
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Live Audio: When this is activated, and you had connected audio input to the
correspondence cameras, you are able to have live audio monitoring when the sound is
connect to a speaker.
ALARM RECORD: When system not under recording mode, after activated of this
function, the system will start recording after alarm triggered. Recording time is the time
set between alarm intervals with 3-5seconds pre-alarm. Also input points can activate
alarm records. Recording time is the signal input time.
VGA-PIP: PIP (Picture in Picture) functions us use to see both record and playback
images at once. When it is set at on (activate), press the
bottom, there will be
a sub-window showing on the VGA monitor. Then both recording and playback images
can be see at the same time. Press the bottom again then the sub-window will be
disappeared.
Note: PIP function can only support by VGA output connects to VGA monitor. TV
monitor does not support this function.
3.6
Network Setup
NETWORK SETUP :
1.HOST NAME
2.CONNECT SERVER
3.SERVER
4.SERVER PORT
5.DISCONNECT ALM
SERVER SETUP
----ON
192.168.16.127
-----------40000
-- -- -- --
Network Setup is to setup the network connection function. You can setup the system’s
network connection and also you can setup 4 sets for remote user’s name, password,
authorization and camera.
You will require setting the “Connect Server” to off before setup/alter Network Setup and
Remote User.
Server Setup:
When enter this setup, the above server setup pages will be shown.
Host Name: Host name is used for recognition when connecting in the Internet.
Users can change the name easier to recognize. You will require setting the
“Connect Server” to “off” before setup/alter the host name.
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Connect Server: System will connect to the server according to the setting when it
is set as on. If set at off, then system will not connect to server.
Server: For Network connection, system will need to connect to the PC running
the Server program. Server address is the IP address for that PC. Server IP
address can also be a domain name. For Example, the PC running the server
program does not have a fix IP address; you can apply a Dynamic Domain Name
from the supplier to connect the hosts on the network. Domain name will require
DNS setup.
Server Port: It is suggest setting the communication port for the Server program
as defaulted 40000 when setting the remote connection. Please do not change it if
not necessary. If alteration is a must, then you will require changing all three
communication ports to the same value for DVR, Server Program and Remote
server for LilinRT4 V5.0.
Disconnect Alarm (Output): When connect server is set as on, if system is not
able to make connection to server, an alarm output notice will be made. User will
be able to use this output signal to control external alarm equipment. There are 4
sets of relay output for selection. (Relay equipment are optional)
Connection
User can use
left,
right to enter connection setup
NETWORK SETUP :
1.LISTEN PORT
2.MODE
3.GET IP
CONNECTION
50000
50000
LAN
AUTO GET IP
Listen Port: Listen Ports for the DVR, LAN users use the first value; WAN users
use the second value. Defaulted value is 50000. Internet connection will require
changing the communication ports. Please refer to Chapter 10 Network
Connection Setup.
Mode: There are three connection modes. LAN mode, WAN mode and Dail-Up
mode using (PPPoE).
Get IP: Under LAN mode, IP setup can be Auto get IP and manually set IP. If the
LAN network is with DHCP function, the IP address can be automatically got.
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NETWORK SETUP : CONNECTION
1.LISTEN PORT
50000
50000
2.MODE
LAN
3.GET IP
MANUAL SETUP IP
4.LOCAL IP
000.000.000.000
5.NET MASK
000.000.000.000
6.GATEWAY
000.000.000.000
Manual Get IP
Under LAN Mode, users can manually setup IP.
Local IP, Net Mask, Gateway: The IP address for Local IP, Net Mask and Gateway for
the System.
NETWORK SETUP :
1.LISTEN PORT
2.MODE
3.LOCAL IP
4.NET MASK
5.GATEWAY
CONNECTION
50000
50000
WAN
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
WAN Mode
User with Fix IP address can select WAN Mode.
Local IP, Net Mask, Gateway: Under WAN Mode, Local IP, Net mask and Gateway
setting is the information provided from your ISP.
NETWORK SETUP :
1.LISTEN PORT
2.MODE
3.USERNAME
4.PASSWORD
5.AUTO CONNECT
CONNECTION
50000
50000
DIAL-UP
MANUAL SETUP IP
000.000.000.000
ON
DIAL-UP Mode
Users with PPPoE connection can select Dial-Up Mode.
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User Name, Password: Username and password is require to enter when
connection. There might not be a small letter available for some systems, User will
require putting “+” in front of every letter if the password and username is small
letter. For example, user’s name is “user”, you will require to enter as +U+S+E+R
Auto Connect: When activated, system will auto connect when system restarts.
DNS Setup
User can use
left,
right to enter DNS (Domain Name Server) setup.
DNS will let the domain name correspond to the correct IP address. If the connected
server is a domain name then DNS setup is required.
NETWORK SETUP :
1.GET IP
DNS SETUP
AUTO GET IP
GET IP: There are Auto Get IP and Manual Setup IP for setting of DNS IP
address. Auto Get IP can be done when a DNS address is assigned under LAN.
NETWORK SETUP :
1.GET IP
2.PRIMARY IP
3.SECONDARY IP
DNS SETUP
MANUAL SETUP IP
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
Get IP: DNS IP can be manually setup.
Primary IP, Secondary IP: User can setup 2 sets of DNS IP.
DDNS Setup
Users can uses
left、
right button to enter the DDNS(Dynamic Domain
Name Server)setup. If the IP for Embedded DVR is a real IP in Internet, no matter is a
fixed IP or Floating IP, you can apply a Dynamic Domain Name for this Embedded DVR.
Of which means DDNS will require to be set from NETWORK SETUP ->
CONNECTION -> MODE : WAN or DIAL-UP. After DDNS is set, when monitoring
through IE browser, then IP address is not necessary, domain name will be required.
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Firstly, users will require applying for a DDNS account and password and a domain
name. There are 4 DDNS suppliers that is supported at this moment, you can select
any one of the below
dyndns.org
no-ip.com
freedns.afraid.org
zoneedit.com
NETWORK SETUP :
1.
ENABLE
2.
DOMAIN NAME
3.
USER NAME
4.
PASSWORD
5.
DDNS SERVER
DDNS SETUP
OFF
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------dyndns@dyndns.org
ENABLE:Activate DDNS function. When setup as “On”, it will enter DDNS
automatically and transfer the IP address in use to DDNS.
DOMAIN NAME:Please enter the domain name you applied from DDNS supplier.
USER NAME:Please enter the user name you register with DDNS supplier.
PASSWORD:Enter the password you register with DDNS supplier.
DDNS SERVER:Select the DDNS supplier you select.
User
User can use
left or
right buttons to enter the setup pages for
remote user 1 / user 2 / user 3 and user 4 to setup the authorization for remote.
NETWORK SETUP :
1.USER NAME
2.PASSWORD
3.SETUP
4.DOWNLOAD
5.OUTPUT
6.CAMERA1-4
7.CAMERA5-8
8.CAMERA9-12
9.CAMERA13-16
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AAAA---------AAAA---------ON
ON
OFF
ON ON ON ON
ON ON ON ON
ON ON ON ON
ON ON ON ON
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User Name: This is to setup the user’s name who allows connecting to this system.
Password: This is to setup the user’s password which allows connecting to this
system
Setup: This is to authorize remote user to enter system setup and Video
Configuration functions.
Download: This is to allow remote user to download/retrieve history database
from the system.
Output: This is to allow user to remote control relay output (optional)
Camera 1-4: This is to display the camera that the remote user is allowed to
monitor. Unauthorized camera will not be displayed. From left to right are camera
1/ camera 2/ camera 3/ camera4.
Camera 5-8: This is to display the camera that the remote user is allowed to
monitor. From left to right are camera 5/ camera 6/ camera 7/ camera8.
Camera 9-12: This is to display the camera that the remote user is allowed to
monitor. From left to right are camera 9/ camera 10/ camera 11/ camera 12.
Camera 13-16: This is to display the camera that the remote user is allowed to
monitor. From left to right are camera 13/ camera 14/ camera 15/ camera 16.
Network Info
User can use
left or
right buttons to enter the Network Info.
NETWORK SETUP :
NETWORK INFO
1.LOCAL IP
000.000.000.000
2.DNS SERVER
000.000.000.000
3.MAC ADDRESS
000.000.000.000
4.DDNS CONNECT
FAIL
Network Info will display the IP address for System IP, DNS, MAC (Media Access
Control). And the DDNS connection status.
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3.7
Input /Output Setup: (Optional)
IO SETUP :
1. OUTPUT1
2. OUTPUT2
3. OUTPUT3
4. OUTPUT4
5. S.M.A.R.T
OUTPUT
ON
20
OFF 30
ON
-------- -- -- --
Input/Output setup is to setup the output status and the input’s signal status. Users
must setup the output status to correctly control the external devices. Input is to detect
the status of the device. When input is triggered, then the system can corresponded
according to the setting.
When enter this setup menu, it will be the setup of output. Users can use
leftward,
rightward to enter the input setup menu.
Output
There are 4 output control terminals. Each can be set independently. When output
status setup is “---” means no output. If setting is on, means under normal condition
relay output open, and if activated, then the relay output short. If the setting is off, then
under normal condition, relay output short and if activated, then the relay output open.
S.M.A.R.T.(Smart Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology)
System will auto detect, analysis and reporting the status of HDD. When there is any
unusual situation, then an alarm will be outputted. User will be able to use this output
signal to control external alarm equipment. There are 4 sets of relay output for selection.
(Relay equipment is optional)
Input
This system has 4 input terminals. Each input can be set independently. Users can use
leftward,
rightward to enter the different input setup menu. Setup
menu as below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
IO SETUP :
TRIGGER TYPE
ALARM SOUND
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
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Trigger Type: Input terminals are mainly connection to switching devices. The
device is separate into No (Open under normal condition) and NC (Short under
normal condition). Wrong setting will cause error action. When input potential is
“---“, it means disable. Input potential is “High” will require to use NO (Open under
normal condition) and when input potential is “Low”, the NC (Short under normal
condition) will be used. It is suggest using the device using NC. This means that
when it is triggered, or connection cut off, it will trigger alarm.
Alarm Sound: This is use to setup the alarm sound when input terminals is
triggered. You can use the 4 built-in sounds for setting.
Output 1-4: This setting is to send out control signal to control external alarm
devices when input terminals had been triggered, each input terminals can setup
1-4 output control. Output setting “---“means disable, “ON” means active. Please
refer to the output setup instruction above for setting.
3.8
Program
PROGRAM SETUP: PROGRAM 1
1.ENABLE:
OFF
2.SUN-SAT
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF
3.BEGIN TIME:
00:00:00
4.END TIME:
00:00:00
Setting of 4 sets of programs for recording. Each set is based on a week time. Setting a
same recording time for each program. Enable/disable of each date from Sunday to
Saturday can be set independently.
3.9
Advanced Setup
ADVANCED SETUP
1.STOP RECORD
2.LOGOUT
3.LOGOUT AND RECORD
4.PASSWORD ---------5.UPDATE FIRMWARE
6.LOAD DEFAULT
7.FORMAT DVD(OPT)
8.SCAN HDD
9.FORMAT HDD
HDA1
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Stop Record: This system’s recording status is not able to stop recording from any
button on the front panel. This is for security reason. So you will require entering this
setup menu to stop recording.
Logout: This is for security reason. To avoid any changes of the setting from
unauthorized person, it is suggested to logout after setting password. When logging in
the system then re-enter the password for operating of the system and setting.
Logout and Record: If the user did not setup “Auto Record” function, when log out,
system will not be operating and will not be able to start recording even if you press the
recording button on the front panel. You can then use this setup to activate recording
when log out.
Password: Users can setup the password yourself to avoid any operating from
unauthorized person. Please log out after you set the password for it to be valid.
Update Firmware: When we provide firmware update, users can download it from our
website. Create a directory name as “firmware” in the USB device and download the
update firmware in this directly in a USB device. Connect the USB device to the USB
sockets of the system, activate this function, the system will then automatically update
the firmware. System will need to reboot (Automatically) to finish firmware update.
Load Default: System will be change back to its default value. This would avoid the
error setting by the users, which might cause abnormal operating of the system.
FORMAT DVD(OPT):This is an optional model. This support the burner (DVD burner)
by USB interfaces. User can use DVD±R and DVD±RW to backup Video files. It is
suggest to format DVD±RW disks on this Embedded DVR to make sure this function
can work normally. Format will delete all the data on the disks to burn new data into it.
SCAN HDD:Activate this functions can scan the system files in the HDD, then clear or
fix the error files.
Format HDD: After installing of the hard disk (Suggest not to partition or format the
HDD before installed) system will automatically detect and automatically partition and
format the hard disk. When user wants to format it again, this function can be used.
Note: HDD display HDA1/HDB2. “A” means the master HDD (HDD number1). B
means the slave HDD (HDD number2). The number 1 means the 1st partition and 2
means the 2nd partition.
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Chapter 4
Record
When system turns on, system will need about 1 minute to boot and then to display images.
When system is turned on but without installed with HDD or connected to camera, the below
left hand side split window will be displayed:
Image Section: Camera arrangement is from top to bottom, left to right as camera 1-8.
Status Section: Bottom right hand side is the status section, it display the system
time and hard disk status. The above left hand side picture is displayed when hard disk
is not installed. When hard disk is installed then it will display the partition, free spaces
and total capacity messages as above right hand side pictures.
Note: Hard disk space is calculated as hexadecimal, so 1024 means K, not decimal
system. Please be aware the differences.
Each camera images is displayed according to the setting. Detail information as below:
Image: Without camera signal input, the image will be displayed as “VIDEO LOST”.
With video input, then image will be displayed.
Camera Name: The camera name will be shown on the top left hand side of the image
for every camera.
Active:If
symbol is displayed on the image, this means that this camera is
selected (Active). If this camera is with audio recording, you will be able to hear the
sound when this camera selected.
Record: When
recording status.
symbol is displayed, this means that this camera is under
Audio: If
symbol is displayed, this means that this camera is under audio
recording status.
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Alarm: If
symbol is displayed, this means that this camera alarm had been
triggered. When alarm triggered, system will automatically save it to alarm log for users
to check.
4.1
Activate Record Manually
System will start operating according to the setting. If the auto record is set as off under
system setting, system will not automatically start recording. This
record button will
or whether
need to be pressed to activate recording. You will be able to see the symbol
the recording indicator from the front panel.
4.2
Auto Record
If the Auto record is set as ON under system setting, system will automatically start recording
when turned on.
4.3
Stop Record
This system will not be able to stop recording from any button on the front panel. You will
require entering the“advanced setup”and selecting the “stop record” to stop recording.
Chapter 5
Playback
This system is with multi task capability. You can also playback images when recording. But
a maximum of 4 images can be played back at once. (channel 1-4 or channel 5-8). Playback
image as below:
Camera Name: On playback images, camera name will be shown on the top left hand
side of the image for every camera.
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Active:If
symbol is displayed on the image, this means that this camera is
selected (Active). If this camera is with audio recording, you will be able to hear the
sound when this camera selected.
Playback: When
playback image.
is displayed on the images, this means that this images is
Time display: On playback images, recording time and date will be display on the right
bottom side of the images for every camera.
Pause: When
5.1
is displayed, it means that the playback image is under paused.
Assign Time for Playback
Press
playback button, then the following menu will be shown:
PLAYBACK
START DATE
START TIME
CAMERA
2006-05-05
13:00:00
1-4
Use up, down, left right, add, subtract, select buttons to changes the numbers. You
can change the playback file start date, start time or camera number. After setting,
press the playback button again to start playback.
5.2
Date List for Playback
Users can also press
button and then press
from the date and time lists.。
list button to playback files
PLAYBACK DATE LIST
DATE
HDD
2006-05-05
HDA1
2006-05-04
HDA1
2006-05-03
HDA1
2006-05-02
HDA1
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After select the playback date file, the following will be shown:
FILE LIST :
START
13:00:07
13:00:07
12:00:05
12:00:05
11:00:06
11:00:06
10:00:03
10:00:03
2006-05-05
END
CAMERA SIZE
14:00:09 5-8 565.0M
14:00:09 1-4 718.0M
13:00:07 5-8 636.1M
13:00:07 1-4 590.2M
12:00:05 5-8 379.9M
12:00:05 1-4 412.9M
11:00:06 5-8 172.0M
11:00:06 5-8 191.2M
Use the up and down button to select the playback time and camera number. Press
select or playback buttons to playback files.
5.3
Playback Operation Buttons
Playback backward: Press the
time this button is pressed.
button to playback 160frames backward each
button to playback 160frames forward each time
Playback forward: Press
this button is pressed.
Playback Slow Speed: Playback speed will be changes each time you press the button
to 1/2
1/4
1/6
1/8 slow speed playback
Playback Fast Speed: Playback speed will be changes each time you press the button
to 2
4
6
8 fast speed playback.
Step Playback / Pause: Each time this
played back and then paused.
is pressed, a single frame will be
Stop Playback: Press
button to stop all playback images. Playback images will
be disappeared and change back to recording images.
If the record files recorded from alarm records. Because the alarm time is not
continually, the system will automatically paused and playback next alarm file only when
user press the playback button.
Chapter 6
PIP Function
PIP functions only support VGA monitor output. This system does not support TV monitor
output for PIP function. If user only connects to TV monitoring output, please do not activate
this VGA-PIP function.
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When system is recording and playing back files at the same time, users can use the record
and playback button to switch between record or playback images. If user requires to
display both record and playback images together, then you can use the PIP function to
display. Before using the VGA-PIP functions, please activate the “VGA-PIP setting” from the
“system setup” to ON.
Press the
PIP button under recording, Main window is the recording images and
Sub-Window is the playback images.
If under playback, and this
button is pressed, then the main window will be
playback images and sub-window will be recording images.
Press this PIP button again to cancel PIP sub-window. User can also use the record and
playback button to switch from main window to sub-window.
6.1
PIP Sub-Window Location Adjustment
When PIP Sub-window is displayed, press the setup button, then use up, down, left right
etc buttons to move PIP sub-window location.
If cancel button is pressed after adjustment, then the new location will not be saved. If
select/confirm button is press after adjustment, then the new location will be saved. When
user activates PIP function next time, PIP will display at the new location saved.
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Chapter 7
Alarm Log
This system is with alarm function. There are three ways to trigger alarm. Motion Image
Trigger Alarm (Move), Sensor Input Trigger Alarm (Input) and Video Lost Trigger Alarm
(Loss). Any alarm triggered wills results an alarm messages in the alarm log. User can then
user this alarm log to check for the alarm situation.
Press
Alarm Log button, the following will be displayed:
ALARM LOG DATE LIST
DATE
HDD
2006-05-05
HDA1
2006-05-04
HDA1
2006-05-03
HDA1
2006-05-02
HDA1
2006-05-01
HDA1
2006-04-30
HDA1
2006-04-29
HDA1
Users can check the alarm log according to the date. After selection, press select/confirm
button, the following picture will be shown to check for more detail alarm log:
ALARM LOG : 2006-05-05
13:02:25 CAMERA5
13:00:25 CAMERA5
12:32:35 CAMERA3
12:30:35 CAMERA3
11:02:32 INPUT1
11:02:02 INPUT1
10:35:24 CAMERA2
LOSS END
LOSS START
MOVE END
MOVE START
END
START
LOSS END
If under the alarm log is recorded because of motion, use the up and down buttons to select
to the record and use select/confirm button to select to playback the images.
Also recycling of the hard disk motion or stop recording motion from advance setting will also
create an alarm log.
Chapter 8
I/O
Input control is used to detect the situation of the sensor and then the system will react
according to the setting. Output control is the relay output. You can use the relay output to
control external devices, which include external alarm devices or even as usage of power
switch.
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8.1
Input Control Setup
An input terminal is mainly connected to the switch devices. Switching devices is separate
into NO (Open: OPEN) and NC (Close: Short). Input detection is also separate into High
potential and Low Potential. Inputs itself is high potential, going through the switch device
and connect to ground. If the switch device is open, then the input terminal will detect is high
potential. If switch is short, input terminal will detect low potential.
When input potential is set at high, it means it is high potential under normal condition, you
will require to use NO (Open) device. When sensor triggered, it will become short circuit,
and then the input terminal will detect low potential, then the system will triggered the alarm.
When input potential is set at low, it means it is low potential under normal condition, you will
require to use NC (Close) device. When sensor triggered, it will become open circuit, and
then the input terminal will detect high potential, then the system will triggered the alarm.
Input terminal’s triggered potential means enable when set at “---“
Note: Wrong setting will cause error alarm triggered. It is suggest using the device
using NC. This means that when it is triggered, or connection cut off, it will trigger
alarm.
8.2
Output Control Setup
Output control is mainly controlling the relay output. Relay output itself is only the on/off
device. It is not with any power signal output. So other than connect it to the needed devices,
necessary power will need to connect as well.
If output setting is “ON”, this means under normal condition, relay output is open loop circuit,
after activated; relay output will become close loop circuit.
If output setting is “OFF”, this means under normal condition, relay output is close loop circuit,
after activated; relay output will become open loop circuit.
Output not controllable when output setup is “---“
8.3
Output Control
When
output control button is pressed, the following picture will be shown:
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MUTE/OUTPUT CONTROL
1.
MUTE
2.
OUTPUT1
OFF
3.
OUTPUT2
OFF
4.
OUTPUT3
OFF
5.
OUTPUT4
OFF
1.
Use this output control to shut off the alarm sound when alarm triggered.
2.
Use up, down buttons to select the outputs and press select button to adjust output
from OFF-ON or ON-OFF.
Chapter 9
File Backup
By connecting USB devices (USB flash disk , USB Hard disk and USB DVD Burner) to the
system, you will able to backup file. Before you backup the files, please format the USB flash
disk and USB Hard Disk as FAT32, otherwise it might not be able to detect from the system.
It is suggest to format the DVD disks on this Embedded DVR.
Connect the USB device to the USB sockets at the back of the system, press
USB backup function, the following picture will be shown:
FILE BACKUP DATE LIST
DATE
HDD
2006-05-05
HDA1
2006-05-04
HDA1
2006-05-03
HDA1
2006-05-02
HDA1
2006-05-02
HDA1
Use up and down button to select the files date for backup and press the select button the
following will be shown:
FILE LIST : 2006-05-03
START
END
CAMERA
14:00:00
15:00:00
1-4
14:00:00
15:00:00
5-8
13:00:00
14:00:00
1-4
13:00:00
14:00:00
5-8
12:00:00
13:00:00
1-4
12:00:00
13:00:00
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Use up and down button to select the file time and camera number for backup, and press
the select button the following will be shown:
FILE BACKUP : 2006-05-03
1. START TIME 14:00:00
2. END TIME
15:00:00
CH1
ON
CH2
ON
CH3
ON
CH4
ON
User will require setting the start time and end time then using up and down button to select
the camera number for backup. And press select button on top of the camera name. System
will then backup files to USB devices. You will then be able to read the file using Lilin Player
(V5.4 or later).
Backup files do not require copying full files. You will only need to set the start time and end
time to cut the file for backup to save spaces.
Chapter 10 Network Function
This system supports network function. You can use the remote software for network
connection. The system using the remote software can be installed with digital video
surveillance cards and operating remote monitoring/recording, it can also connect to other
DVR embedded Standalone System , it can also monitoring other PC based images to form
a full network. (Require using the same version remote software V5.0 or above).
You will require selecting a computer as server, using the CD ROM we provided to install the
software. After installation is finished, three main softwares will appear, which include,
LilinRT4 software, Lilin Server software and Lilin Player software.
10.1 Network Setup
Before you get on with the network setting and connection, you will require to setup the
network environment, otherwise it might cause the system not able to connect to each other.
Setup Server (Listening Port: defaulted 40000)
1.
Install Server software on a computer, this computer is better to have a fixed IP
address.
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2.
If the server is set on a real IP on internet (etc 211.172.12.34), If the server’s IP is
211.172.12.34 and the communication port is 40000, All the network setting for all
Embedded DVR or LilinRT4 system address setting on the internet, the Server IP
will need to be 211.172.12.34.
3.
If the server is set on a virtual IP on internet (etc 192.168.1.11), If the server’s IP is
192.168.1.11 and the communication port is 40000, All the network setting for all
Embedded DVR or LilinRT4 system address setting under the same LAN, the
Server IP will need to be 192.168.1.11
4.
If server is set on a virtual IP under LAN (i.e. 192.168.1.11), but also require for
Internet uses, then you will require to do NAPT (Network Address Port Translation)
in your router to correspondence. You can then able to connect to the computer
with the server through router under LAN
192.168.1.11:40000 < -------- > 211.172.12.34:40000
This means, the Server IP setting for Embedded DVR network setup or LilinRT4
system address setup:
If under Internet to connect to server, all Server IP address is 211.172.12.34.If under the
same LAN with the server, then the Server IP address is 192.168.1.11.
10.2 Network Connection Setup
Server Program: Please run server program from a computer:
You will require to setup System Administers name and password when activate Server
program. Lost of the password will require to uninstall the software and reinstall.
Server’s default communication port is 40000. If this port would conflict with other
programs, user can alter this port setting. To alter port setting: you will require login the
Lilin Server program as administer, “ File->Shutdown Server ->Manage -> Listening port
setup”. When this port is changed, you will require changing the server port from
network setting for Embedded DVR and also changing the listening port of Address
book setting for LilinRT4 main program to the same value.
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Embedded DVR network setup
1.
If the recording site (Embedded DVR, and Lilin DVR) is using real IP address for
internet (ie.211.175.21.43)
Embedded DVR network setting is as follow:
Communication Port Setup: LAN: 50000; WAN no special value required.
Lilin DVR Network setting as follow:
Communication Port setup: LAN: 40001; WAN no special value required.
2.
If the recording site (Embedded DVR, and Lilin DVR) is using a virtual IP address
under LAN (i.e. 192.168.2.20) and the monitored site is under the same LAN:
Embedded DVR network setting is as follow:
Communication Port Setup: LAN: 50000; WAN no special value required
Lilin DVR Network setting as follow:
Communication Port setup: LAN: 40001; WAN no special value required
3.
If the recording hosts (Embedded DVR, Lilin DVR Hosts) is under LAN with virtual
IP address (i.e. 192.168.2.20), the remoted host is not under the same LAN and is
remote through Internet, then you will require doing NAPT (Network Address Port
Translation) in your router to correspondence. You can then be able to connect to
the Embedded DVR, Lilin DVR system for remote through router under LAN.
Embedded DVR network setting as below
IP 192.168.2.20; Listening Port setting: LAN 50000 WAN 60001
IP 192.168.2.21; Listening Port setting: LAN 50000 WAN 60002
IP 192.168.2.22; Listening Port setting: LAN 50000 WAN 60003
Lilin DVR network setting as below
IP 192.168.2.23; Listening Port setting: LAN 40001 WAN 60004
IP 192.168.2.24; Listening Port setting: LAN 40001 WAN 60005
IP 192.168.2.25; Listening Port setting: LAN 40001 WAN 60006
Note: LAN and WAN setting port numbers have to be different on the same host.
Router network setting as below
192.168.2.20:50000 < -------- > 211.175.21.43:60001
192.168.2.21:50000 < -------- > 211.175.21.43:60002
192.168.2.22:50000 < -------- > 211.175.21.43:60003
192.168.2.23:40001 < -------- > 211.175.21.43:60004
192.168.2.24:40001 < -------- > 211.175.21.43:60005
192.168.2.25:40001 < -------- > 211.175.21.43:60006
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Network Connection Setup:
User must setup the network connection for the computer system which installed with
LilinRT4 program to monitor or monitored (Installed with Capture Card) by other
system.
Enter System Setup for LilinRT4 program. Select Address book setting: Select New
to add a new server IP address:
Key in a Server name for this system. If the remote site is under DDNS, you will
require using the correct dynamic domain name and the IP address must be 0.
There are four types for remote: Server; IP, PC DVR and Embedded DVR. In these,
Server supports connection from several remote points from PC DVR and Embedded
DVR. PC DVR and Embedded DVR can only support point to point connection. IP then
used as remote alarm between PC DVR.
Port setting for different remote types as below:
Type:
Port:
Server
40000
PC DVR
40001
Embedded DVR
50000
Port for Lilin Server is based on the Server setup. Defaulted is 40000; PC DVR port is
based on the LAN port setup for LilinRT4 Software. Defaulted is 40001; Embedded
DVR port is based on the LAN port setup for Embedded DVR. Defaulted is 50000.
Click
to link to remote access, you should be able to see the list of the
Address book setting above. Double click on this TCP/IP list, if network setting is correct,
a “connected” will be shown. This means you had successfully connected with remote
site.
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From the Host panel on the right hand side of LilinRT4 main program, you should be
able to see the name for all connected systems.
Select the system name you like to monitor, the split window correspondence to this
system will display:
Press
button, if password correct, the following “Remote Channel Select”
will be shown as below:
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Select and choose whether to record or monitor for each camera and click the OK
button, system will then display according to your selection for remote
recording/monitoring:
10.3 Remote File Search
Under connected status, click
playback button and then click
button, you will be able to search for the database from the system hard disk.
File mode
Enter the file mode, you can search file directly. You can Open it for playback or Download it
for backup.
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10.4 Remote DVR using IE browser
The DVR require to be monitored, which IP address is 192.168.16.107; or the Lilin Server
provide with Web Server (Web service function need to be activated), which IP address is
192.168.16.107. (IP address here is an example only, please refer to your own IP address
for setup)
You will require to setup “Security” from Internet Options
1.
Select “Internet” options
2.
Select “custom level” setup
3.
Enable or prompt “Download Unsigned ActiveX Controls “as below:
4.
Also select Enable or prompt for “Initialize and Script ActiveX Control not mark as
safe” as below:
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5.
Select “Trusted Sites”
6.
Untick “Require Server Verification (http://) for all sites in this zone”
7.
Add the IP address that you would like for monitoring 192.168.16.107 (Please
enter the IP address according to your own IP) to “Add this website to the zone”
and click Add as below:
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8.
Select “Custom level” setup
9.
Enable or prompt “Download Unsigned ActiveX controls”.
10. Select Enable or prompt for “Initialize and Script ActiveX Control not mark as safe”
as below:
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IE Remote DVR
1.
If connect directly to the web address for the Embedded DVR, please type in
http://192.168.16.107 (The IP address are for demonstration, please setup
according to your own IP address). If you are using floating IP address, and had
applied DDNS, then you can inset the Domain Name directly. Enter the below
window:
If under the web server function for Lilin Server, type in http://192.168.16.107:8080
(Connection to Lilin Server use the 8080 communication port, the IP address are
for demonstration, please setup according to your own IP address). If you are using
floating IP address, and had applied DDNS, then you can inset the Domain Name
directly and add “:8080”. Then enter the below windows:
Click ENTER and enter the host selection window. If groups are set for Lilin Server
program, then the group categorize window will be shown to search for the hosts for
monitoring. Select the hosts then enter the window to input user’s name and
password.
2.
Please insert the correct username and password. If both are correct, then the
following will be shown:
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in the above images means that channel three is set as off.
these users are not authorize to remote this camera.
means that
3.
Select the camera for remote, and click “submit” button.
4.
If you have select for your ActiveX control setting, and this is your first time using
IE to remote DVR, The system will require you to install ActiveX. Please follow the
instruction and install ActiveX control software. Restart IE.
5.
You will be able to remote monitor DVR using Internet Explorer. Images as bellow:
The above setting is used when DVR is real IP address (ISP will provide fixed/real IP
address or the IP address received from ADSL connection), or DVR and the computer
using IE browser is under stand LAN network.
If DVR is under Router or IP share, You will require to setup up NAPT (Network Address Prot
Translation) from your Router or IP share. As of the differences of IP share and Router,
please check the user’s manual for your Router and IP share for setup.
We would set an example here using ASUS’s Broadband Router with 4 port Switch ( Model
RX3041) for an easy explanation of how to remote.
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You will require few setup details. Assume that there are 2 DVR (DVR_1 and DVR_2) behind
router.
1.
IP address (Outside) for this router is 111.112.113.114. (Please setup the IP address
using your own network IP address). Setup as below:
2.
IP address (Inside) for the router is 192.168.1.1, and the IP address for all internal
network is 192.168.1.2~192.168.1.254 (Please setup the IP address using your own
network IP address). Setup as below:
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3.
DVR_1 IP address 192.168.1.107, Network communication setting port LAN50000,
WAN:60000 (Please setup the IP address using your own network IP address)
4.
DVR_2 IP address 192.168.1.108, Network communication setting port LAN50000,
WAN:60001 (Please setup the IP address using your own network IP address)
Note: Wan setting port numbers have to be different.
5.
Router RX3041 will require for the setting as below. User will require to setup according
to your own router system. (Private Port 80 is for use as Web Server).
192.168.1.107:80 < -------- > 111.112.113.114:65000
192.168.1.107:50000 < -------- > 111.112.113.114:60000
192.168.1.108:80 < -------- > 111.112.113.114:65001
192.168.1.108:50000 < -------- > 111.112.113.114:60001
After setting, to open the webpage for DVR_1, please type in
http://111.112.113.114:65000(Please setup according you’re your own network address)
To open the webpage for DVR_2, please type in http://111.112.113.114:65001(Please
setup according you’re your own network address)
If monitoring through the web server function under Lilin Server, and the Lilin Server is
under LAN, assume that the virtual IP address is 192.168.1.109, the NAPT setup is as
below:
192.168.1.109:8080 < -------- > 111.112.113.114:65002
Type in http://111.112.113.114:65002 to connect to the web server function for Lilin
Server. (Please type in your own IP address)
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Chapter 11 Lilin Player
A Lilin Player program (V5.4 or later) is included in the CD-ROM we provided. You can
playback all the video files LilinRT4 program recorded. Run Lilin Player program, the
following will be shown:
Playback window can be seeing as 4 areas, which include:
Playback Message area: Display all the information for the playback files; include host
name, time and status.
- Host name and time zone
- Recording date for the recorded file
- Operating Status: Status for this program includes playing or pause.
Playback Image: When playing back, except for the images, it also includes time,
Capture card number and camera names etc.
- Display files start time/date.
- Display files end time/date.
- Display the time/date when images recorded.
Playback time scroll bar: Display the time position when playing back files. You can
use the mouse to drag the time scroll to search forward or backward, or by using
the function buttons for searching.
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11.1 Playback Control Panel
A Playback control panel consists of Basic Functional Control panel and the extended
Functional Control Panel. The picture left above is the basic functional control panel. And
when pressing the
button, the extended functional control panel will be shown as
right above. Press the button to hide this extended functional control panel.
Each playback button’s function is described as follow:
Play
: This button functions the same as Play button of traditional video
player. When clicking this button during fast or slow playback, the
playback speed returns to normal.
Stop
: This is to stop the current playback not the playback window.
Pause
: This button functions the same as Pause button of traditional video
player. By clicking this button during playback, the playback pauses.
To continue the playback, re-click this button or playback button.
Backward Search : This button function the same as the Rewind button of
traditional video player. Click this button, and the video will
move backward for a number of frames (160 frames).
Forward Search : This button functions the same as the Forward button of
traditional video player. Click this button, and the video
moves forward for a number of frames (160 frames).
Backward Single Image :When this button is clicked, the video will moves
backward for a single image each time. The image
will be hold until play button is clicked. Then the
playback speed will be back to normal.
Forward Single Image
Zoom In
:When this button is clicked, the video will moves
forward for a single image each time. The image will
be hold until play button is clicked. Then the
playback speed will be back to normal.
: You may click the button to enlarge an image from its current size.
Each click will enlarge the size by 25%; and click it again to further
enlarge it by another 25%; and so on up to the 200%
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Zoom Out : You may click the button to reduce an image from its current size
by 25%; and click it again to further reduce it by another 25%; and
so on down to 100%
Start Video Clip : Click this button during video playback, and the video
clipping will begin. The record time will become the start of
the video clip.
End Video Clip
: Click this button during video playback, and the video
clipping will end. The time will become the end of the video
clip.
Save Video Clip : Click on this button, System will allow user to type in your
own file name and saving directory for the video clip.
Playback Clip
: After video is cut, you may playback the cut video by
clicking this button.
Snapshot : By clicking this button, you may capture still images during video
playback. If there is caption text on the video, the captured images
will contain the caption text information. The captured image is
stored in BMP format. System will allow user to type in your own
file name and saving directory for the snapshot.
Caption
: Click the button, the playback window shows the name of the
camera, the starting time, ending time and current time for
recording.
Caption Color :Click the button, the user can change the color of the caption.
End
: Click the button to stop the playback function and to close the
playback window.
Fast Playback and Slow Playback: Left is the control panel for playback
speed. The middle is playing at the speed of 1x. By clicking to each point to
the right, the speed will increase from x2, x4, High Speed and Extra High
Speed. And by clicking each point to the left, the speed will playback at a
speed of 1/2, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8.
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11.2 Search
Lilin Player also support search for VG files by parameter. Under File command, select the
file search and the below will show:
Firstly you can search by directory, select the directory that the recorded file is save, select
camera and date or time. Quad playback can select 4 cameras at once for simultaneously
playback.
11.3 Color Configuration
Lilin Player supports a great color configuration function. You can adjust the image’s
Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue for better image effect.
Under Main Screen, select Color and select Color configuration function, then the
following window will be shown for the configuration.
11.4 Motion Search Setup
This function is similar to LilinRT4’s Motion detection function. You can search for the
changing of the picture when playback. Under setup command, select Motion Search Setup,
and the below will pop up:
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Setup is similar to LilinRT4’s motion detection setup. You will require selecting active motion
search after setup to active this function. During playback, use the left mouse button to mask
an area. Maximum of three mask area. Lilin Player will automatically fast forward until the
movement is detected. If Pause when motion detected is selected, playback will pause and
keep searching until play button is clicked. If Pause when motion detected is not selected,
when motion detected, playback will be back to normal speed until the movement is stopped.
Then fast forward to search for other movement. To cancel all mask area, click once on the
left mouse button on the playback images.
11.5 Continuous Playback
Under setup command, select active continually playback. Program will automatically search
for the closest file for the same camera under the same directory and automatically
playback.
11.6 Caption Display Setup
You will be able to setup the caption message types, which are Card name, camera name,
start time, time now, end time and local time for the recorded file.
11.7 VG to AVI Conversion
Lilin Player supports the conversion of VG Files to AVI files. The files then can be playback
by most of other playback software.
Firstly, select the Tool on the main screen. Then select VG to AVI function, the following will
be shown:
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Note: When converting of VG files to AVI files, the data will be taken lots of spaces, if the
original VG files are very large, it will consume a great amount of hard disk spaces,
and also need longer time for the converting. Therefore, we suggest selecting the
required fragment, using the start video clip function to edit into shorter video files,
and then proceed with the converting to save time and hard disk spaces.
Select Image File
Click the Browse button, an open file dialog will pop up. Then search for the folder that
the file is in and select the file type. The entire selected file name will be shown and just
select for the one to be converted.
Converting Files
Click the convert button; a converting window will be pop up. Select the AVI
compression format to be converted to proceed with the converting of the files after you
click OK button. The files after the conversion then can be playback using Windows
image player.
Note: The compression program is different in every computer depending on the image software
it had installed. Window will provide few standard formats, i.e. Intel Indeo® format, it is
recommended to select this format to avoid incapable of playback from other computers.
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