V4.05 Network Recorder User Manual VO - FRS

VO-MNVR0904POE
VO-MNVR1608POE
VO-MNVR3216POE
Network Recorder
User Manual
V4.05
Safety Instruction
These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to
avoid danger or property loss. The precaution measures are divided into “Warnings”
and “Cautions”
Warnings: Serious injury or death may be caused if any of these warnings is
neglected.
Cautions: Injury or equipment damage may be caused if any of these cautions are
neglected.
Warnings: Please follow these safeguards to
prevent injury or death.
Cautions: Please follow these safeguards to
prevent potential injury or material damage.
Warnings
 This installation must be conducted by a qualified service person and should
strictly comply with the electrical safety regulations of the local region
 To avoid risk of fire and electric shock, do keep the product away from rain
and moisture
 Do not touch components such as heat sinks, power regulators, and
processors, which may be hot
 Source with DC 12V or PoE
 Please make sure the plug is firmly inserted into the power socket
 When the product is installed on a wall or ceiling, the device should be firmly
fixed
 If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer. Never
attempt to disassemble the camera by yourself
Cautions
 Make sure that the power supply voltage is correct before using the camera
 Do not store or install the device in extremely hot or cold temperatures,
dusty or damp locations, and do not expose it to high electromagnetic
radiation
 Only use components and parts recommended by manufacturer
 Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock
 To prevent heat accumulation, do not block air circulation around the
camera
 Laser beams may damage image sensors. The surface of image sensors
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should not be exposed to where a laser beam equipment is used
Use a blower to remove dust from the lens cover
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the surface of the camera. Stubborn stains can
be removed using a soft cloth dampened with a small quantity of detergent
solution, then wipe dry
Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzene or thinners as they may
damage the surface finishes
Save the package to ensure availability of shipping containers for future
transportation
EU Conformity Statement
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot
be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For
proper recycling, return this product to your local supplier upon the
purchase of equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it at designated
collection points. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info.
2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that
cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European
Union. See the product documentation for specific battery information.
The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include lettering to
indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury(Hg). For proper recycling, return the
battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more information
see: www.recyclethis.info.
Default IP adress: 192.168.5.200
Default username: admin
Default password: 123456
Content
1. Product Introduction....................................................................................................................... 6
1.1 Introduction...........................................................................................................................6
1.2 Product Key Functions...........................................................................................................6
2. Hardware......................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Panel Buttons and Lights Instructions...................................................................................9
2.2 Using a USB Mouse............................................................................................................. 10
3. Local Operation............................................................................................................................. 11
3.1 Wizard Setting..................................................................................................................... 11
3.2 Playback...............................................................................................................................13
3.2.1 Video Playback......................................................................................................... 13
3.2.2 Video Files Backup................................................................................................... 15
3.2.3 Picture Playback....................................................................................................... 16
3.2.4 Picture Files Backup................................................................................................. 17
3.3 Camera Settings...................................................................................................................18
3.3.1 Camera Management.............................................................................................. 18
3.3.2 Camera Search......................................................................................................... 23
3.3.3 PTZ Configuration.....................................................................................................25
3.3.4 Privacy Mask.............................................................................................................29
3.3.5 OSD configuration.................................................................................................... 30
3.3.6 Image Enhancement................................................................................................ 31
3.4 Record Settings....................................................................................................................32
3.4.1 Record Mode............................................................................................................33
3.4.2 Record Schedule Setting.......................................................................................... 33
3.4.3 Advanced settings.................................................................................................... 37
3.5 Event Settings...................................................................................................................... 38
3.5.1 Video Loss.................................................................................................................38
3.5.2 Motion Detection.....................................................................................................41
3.5.3 Alarm Input.............................................................................................................. 45
3.5.4 Alarm Output........................................................................................................... 47
3.5.5 Exception.................................................................................................................. 48
3.6 Status...................................................................................................................................48
3.6.1 Device Information...................................................................................................49
3.6.2 Network Status.........................................................................................................49
3.6.3 Camera Status.......................................................................................................... 49
3.6.4 Disk Status................................................................................................................ 50
3.6.5 Event Status..............................................................................................................50
3.7 Live View Settings................................................................................................................51
3.7.1 Live View.................................................................................................................. 51
3.7.2 Layout Configuration................................................................................................53
3.7.3 Live View Parameter................................................................................................ 54
3.8 System Settings................................................................................................................... 54
3.8.1 General Setting.........................................................................................................54
3.8.2 Network Settings......................................................................................................55
3.8.3 Disk Management.................................................................................................... 60
3.8.4 Holiday Configuration.............................................................................................. 62
3.8.5 User Account Settings.............................................................................................. 63
3.8.6 Upgrade....................................................................................................................65
3.8.7 Save/Load Configuration..........................................................................................67
3.8.8 Auto Maintenance................................................................................................... 69
3.9 Shutdown............................................................................................................................ 69
3.9.1 Logout.......................................................................................................................69
3.9.2 Reboot...................................................................................................................... 69
3.9.3 Shutdown................................................................................................................. 69
3.9.4 Close......................................................................................................................... 69
WEB Settings................................................................................................................................. 70
4. 4.1 Login.................................................................................................................................... 70
4.2 Live View..............................................................................................................................70
4.2.1 Camera List...............................................................................................................70
4.2.2 Play View.................................................................................................................. 71
4.2.3 PTZ............................................................................................................................ 72
4.2.4 Video Parameters.....................................................................................................72
4.3 Playback...............................................................................................................................72
4.3.1 Playback....................................................................................................................72
4.3.2 Video Files Backup................................................................................................... 74
4.3.3 Picture Files Backup................................................................................................. 75
4.4 Log....................................................................................................................................... 75
4.5 Settings................................................................................................................................ 76
4.5.1 Local Configuration.................................................................................................. 76
4.5.2 Camera..................................................................................................................... 77
4.5.3 Record.......................................................................................................................86
4.5.4 System...................................................................................................................... 90
4.5.5 Event.......................................................................................................................101
4.6 Status.................................................................................................................................104
4.6.1 Device Information.................................................................................................104
4.6.2 Network Status.......................................................................................................105
4.6.3 Camera Status........................................................................................................ 105
4.6.4 Disk Status.............................................................................................................. 106
4.6.5 Event Status............................................................................................................106
4.6.6 Packet Capture Tool................................................................................................107
4.7 Logout................................................................................................................................108
1. Product Introduction
1.1 Introduction
Video1one NVR Series are positioned at management and storage application of HD video
data, and own multi-disc management systems, front end HD device management system, HD
video analysis system and high-capacity system for video. It adopts the technology of high flow
capacity data network transmitting&transmission, with multi-channel video decoding, to
achieve functions like intelligent management, safe storage, HD decoding, etc.
1.2 Product Key Functions
Basic Information
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Video1one NVR Series can connect with Video1one network cameras and with
third party IP cameras which support ONVIF.
Monitoring
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Support HDMI video output.
For UHD HDMI display, maximum to 3840*2160 resolution.
Support 1/4/8/9/12/14/16/32 screen live view, channel sequence is adjustable.
Support live view fast menu operation.
Support live view group switch, manual switch and automatic patrol. The interval of
automatic sequence is adjustable.
Support motion detection and video loss alert.
Support various PTZ protocols, PTZ preset, auto patrol and patrol pattern.
Support central zoom in by clicking the mouse at arbitrary area.
Support privacy mask.
Support OSD title and date configuration.
Equipped with PoE ports for PoE cameras(only available for PoE NVR).
HDD Management
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Support S.M.A.R.T technology.
Support RAID technology.
Recording/Snapshot and Playback
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Support holiday schedule.
Support recycle and non-recycle recording mode.
Support multiple recording types, including timing, alarm, motion detection, motion or
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alarm, motion and alarm, etc.
Support 12 recording time periods with separate recording types.
Support pre-record and post-record time for motion detection or snapshot, alarm
recording or snapshot, motion and alarm recording, motion or alarm recording. And
support pre-record for manual and timing.
Support local recording/snapshot.
Support digital zoom function at arbitrary area in playback.
Support video data playback.
Support pause, fast play, slow play, skip forward and skip backward when playback,
locating in progress bar by dragging the mouse.
Support snapshot manually.
Backup
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Support USB port backup.
Support FAT32 format backup.
Support backup device maintenance and management.
Alarm & Exception
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Support video loss alarm.
Support motion detect configure and alarm.
Support Network Disconnected/HDD Full/Record Fail/HDD Error alarms.
Support various alarm response such as audible warning, sending email, recording and
on/off relay out.
Other Functions
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Support multi-level user management, administrator can create multiple users with
access rights.
Support manual triggering and clearing of alarms.
Support operating and configuring information import/export.
Network
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Support remote search, playback and download of video files.
Support remote acquiring and configuring of parameters.
support remote import and export of device parameters.
Support P2P remote access.
Support remote acquiring of device status, system log and alarm status.
Support remote operate system maintenance by format of hard disk, upgrade and
reboot, etc.
Support upload alarm and exceptions to remote host.
Support remote manual start or stop of recording.
Support remote manual start or stop of alarm output.
Support remote BMP image capturing.
Support remote PTZ control.
Built-in WEB Server.
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VO-MNVR0904POE
VO-MNVR1608POE
VO-MNVR3216POE
Network Video Input
9
16
32
Max. Stream
90Mbps
160Mbps
320Mbps
Network Audio Input
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16
32
Analog Audio Input
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1*RCA
HDMI Output
1
1
1
VGA Output
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1
1
Audio Output
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1*RCA
1*RCA
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16
32
9
16
32
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8
16
5
5
10
4
4
8
2
2
4
H.265(HEVC)/H.264
H.265(HEVC)/H.264
H.265(HEVC)/H.264
Model
Video/Audio
Input
30fps@D1
(704×576)
30fps@720P
(1280×720)
Video/Audio Synchronous 30fps@1080P
Output
(1920×1080)
Preview
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30fps@3MP
Synchronous (2048×1536
Playback /2304×1296)
20fps@4MP
(2592×1520)
30fps@2160P
(3840x2160)
Video Compression
Video/Audio
Compression
Storage
Interface
Recording Resolution
8MP(UHD-2160P)/4MP/3MP/1080P/UXGA/720P/D1/VGA/CIF/QCIF
Max Synchronous
Recording
9
(4MP)
16
(4MP)
32
(4MP)
SATA
1
SATA 3.5” HDD
with 10TB each
2
SATA 3.5” HDD
with 10TB each
4
SATA 3.5” HDD
with 10TB each
USB
2*USB 2.0
Alarm Input/Output
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16-CH/4-CH
PoE Interface
4*RJ45 10M/100M
8*RJ45 10M/100M
16*RJ45 10M/100M
1*USB 3.0; 2*USB 2.0 1*USB 3.0; 2*USB 2.0
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2. Hardware
2.1 Panel Buttons and Lights Instructions
(1) VO-MNVR0904POE
(2) VO-MNVR1608POE
(3) VO-MNVR3216POE
Note:
The PoE ports only support Video1one network cameras.
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2.2 Using a USB Mouse
Item
Click
Single- click
Live view: select the channel and show the toolbar of live view.
Menu: select and confirm.
Double-click
Switch between single screen to multi-screen when in live view
mode and playback mode.
Left Button
Click and
drag
Right Button
Scroll-wheel
Description
Single-click
Scroll up
Scroll down
(1) Control rotation direction in PTZ mode.
(2) Set the target area in tamper-proof, motion detection and
privacy mask alarm settings.
(3) Drag the digital zoom area.
(4) Drag the channel and the time scroll bar.
Live view: shows pop-up menu.
Menu: exit and go to previous menu.
Scroll up the page.
Scroll down the page.
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3. Local Operation
3.1 Wizard Setting
By default, the Setup Wizard will start once the NVR has loaded. The Setup Wizard will guide you
to complete important settings to make sure the device function well. You can choose if the
Setup Wizard starts or not every time when the device powered.
Please complete the configuration as following:
Step1. Input the user name and password;
If you want to modify the admin password, input the new password.
Note:
1. If the NVR firmware version out of the factory is xx.7.0.6 or above, the default user name
is “admin” and the default password is “123456”;
F-3.1.1
Note:
For the safety of your equipment, please change the initial password.
Step2. Date and time setting
Select the Time Zone and date via NTP or you can set date and time manually.
F-3.1.2
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Step3. Network setting
Input the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gate Way and Preferred DNS Server. Internal NIC IPv4
Address option is only for PoE NVR.
F-3.1.3
Step4. Disk Management
Detect the hard disk installed in the NVR automatically, support format hard disk in this page.
You can create RAID in this page as well. (RAID is only supported on 7000-UH series, 7000-UPT
series and 8000-UH series)
F-3.1.4
RAID will be available after you enable the RAID mode and the device reboot.
F-3.1.5
Step5. Camera Management
Search all the cameras in LAN, select camera to add. Support to detect the camera connected to
PoE ports(only for PoE NVR).
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F-3.1.6
Step6. Login
Input the user name and password to login the system.
F-3.1.7
3.2 Playback
To play and backup the recorded files in specified time period.
3.2.1 Video Playback
It can support playback according to recorded time. Play recorded video files in specified time
period; synchronous playback of multi-channel is supported.
Step1. Enter Video Playback Interface shown in F-3.2.1 by clicking Main menuPlayback→
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F-3.2.1
Step2. Select a desired channel and date
Select playback layout and channel. Click the date in red when there are recorded files of the
selected channels, the record type with recording data will be shown as below, and then click
to playback.
F-3.2.2
Note:
1. The day in red has recording files; please select the date in red to playback.
2. Up to 16 channels can be selected to playback synchronously.
Video Playback Tool Bar Description
The tool bar can display multi-event record. It shows that in this record period what kind of event
has happened. The symbolic meaning of each color is shown below:
Blue—Timing
Green --- Motion
Red --- Alarm
Black --- Emergency
And take this bar above for example, it means in this recording period there are motion and
timing event which have triggered.
Button
Description
Button
Description
Button
Descriptio
n
Button
Description
Rewind
Stop
Play
Pause
Reverse
Step
Forward
Step
Fast
Backward
Fast
Forward
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Previous
Cams
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Next 4
Cams
Timeline
Backward
Timeline
Forward
Timeline
Zoom In
Timeline
Zoom Out
Timeline
Playback
Position
Timeline
Cutting
Timeline
Cut Off
Audio On
Audio Off
Snapshot
Backup
3.2.2 Video Files Backup
Regular recorded files can be backed up by various devices, such as USB flash drives (USB flash
disk, USB HDD, USB writer), eSATA etc.
Step1. Enter video playback interface by clicking Main menu→Playback→
F-3.2.3
Step2. Select Recorded files for Backup
Select the channel and date you want to backup, then select the start time at time line and click
, it will change into
which means cut begins.
F-3.2.4
Select the end time at time line and click
, it will change into
,which means cut ends.
F-3.2.5
Step3. Click
enters to backup interface, select Backup media and click [Backup].
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F-3.2.6
Step4. The pop-up window will prompt: Please wait…
F-3.2.7
Step5. When all backup files have been exported, ‘Backup Success’ will be prompted.
F-3.2.8
Note:
The file download time depends on the time of video you want to backup.
3.2.3 Picture Playback
Search and look for the snapshot files saved in HDD.
Step1. Enter Picture Playback Interface by clicking Main menuPlayback→
Select a desired channel, start time and end time, click [Search]
F-3.2.9
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Step2. Enter Picture Info List and look up the pictures.
Click
to play the desired pictures, or click
to auto play the picture.
F-3.2.10
Picture Playback Tool Bar Description
Button Description Button Description Button Description Button
Backward
Play
Play
Backup
pictures
Close
Previous
Picture
Description
Next Picture
3.2.4 Picture Files Backup
Step1. Select pictures you want to backup in picture playback interface.
F-3.2.11
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Step2. Select backup media and click
to save picture.
F-3.2.12
3.3 Camera Settings
Before configuration, please ensure that the camera is connected to the same network as your
NVR and that the network setting for your NVR is properly setup.
3.3.1 Camera Management
Step1. Enter camera management interface by clicking main menu  Camera  Camera
Management to enter camera management interface.
F-3.3.1
Step2. Add IP Channel
Method1. Add IP Channel in camera search interface
1. Enter camera search interface by clicking Main Menu→Camera→Camera Search.
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F-3.3.2
2. Click [search] button to quickly search the IP devices in LAN with different types: All, ONVIF,
MSSP.
F-3.3.3
3. Double click the channel, input password and click [Add] button.
F-3.3.4
Or Check
to bulk adding the IP cameras if they are with same password.
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F-3.3.5
Method2. Add IP Channel in camera management interface
1. Enter camera management menu by clicking Main Menu→Camera→Camera Management
F-3.3.6
2. Select idle channel then input complete information, click [Add] button.
There are three protocols available for camera connection:
 ONVIF: Add the camera with ONVIF protocol, you can add any IP cameras with ONVIF
compatible if select this protocol. The detail formats are shown in F-3.3.7;
 RTSP: Use RTSP to add camera. You can add any IP cameras which have RTSP protocol
streams. You need select 554 for the port and input the resource path for the camera. Take
Video1one device for example, for primary stream the resource path is “rtsp://IP:port/
main” and the secondary stream is “rtsp://IP:port/sub”, and the tertiary
stream is “rtsp://IP:port/third”. The details about adding format are shown in F-3.3.8;
 MSSP: If your IP camera is a Video1one device, you can select this protocol to add
cameras. The detail formats are shown in F-3.3.9;
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F-3.3.7 ONVIF
F-3.3.8 RTSP
F-3.3.9 MSSP
Step3. Check the connection status
After adding the IP channels, click [Refresh] button, the [status] will show [connected] as below. If
not, you need to check if the network is connected or whether the user name, password is
correct or not.
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F-3.3.10
Step4. Configure IP Channel
1. After successfully adding the channel, click
or double-click this channel to re-edit the
channel info, address, and password, etc.
F-3.3.11
Note:
By default, the user name and password entered here are the default user name and password.
The management port is 80 and the default Transport protocol is UDP.
2. Select [Parameters] attribute page to re-edit this channel parameters. Click [Save] to save the
configuration
F-3.3.12
3. You can delete this IP channel by clicking
click
, or you can multi-select the devices and then
to delete(PoE channel does not support deleting).
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F-3.3.13
Step5. Configure PoE Channel(Only for PoE NVR)
1. Connect camera to PoE port, it will detect the camera automatically.
2. If the camera's password is "123456", it will change the camera into the same network
segment with internal NIC IPv4 address and then the camera will be connected automatically.
3. If the camera's password is not "123456", it will show disconnected status in the PoE channel.
You can edit the channel's password by clicking
( you can also
multi-select the devices and then click this button to modify). Change the channel's password to
camera's password, then it will change the camera into the same network segment with internal
NIC IPv4 address and then the camera will be connected automatically.
F-3.3.14
3.3.2 Camera Search
You can search and add IP cameras here
Step1. Enter camera search interface by clicking Main menu Camera Camera Search
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F-3.3.15
Step2. Click [search] to quickly search the IP devices in LAN, you can choose different type to
search: All, ONVIF, MSSP.
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ONVIF: Search the cameras that support ONVIF protocol and in the same network segment
with NVR.
MSSP: Search the Video1one cameras in LAN even with different network segments.
Step3. Add IP Camera
Double click the channel, input password and click [Add] button.
F-3.3.17
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Or you can bulk adding the IP cameras if they are with same password. Click [OK] to finish bulk
adding.
F-3.3.18
3.3.3 PTZ Configuration
3.3.3.1 PTZ control Parameters Configuration
Enter configuration interface by clicking Main Menu  Camera  PTZ Configuration, select
“Configuration” page. Choose a channel and set the PTZ parameters. Besides you can click [Copy]
to copy the same configuration to other channels.
F-3.3.19
Note:
1. Settings for a PTZ camera must be configured before it can be used. Make sure that the PTZ
and RS-485 of the NVR are connected properly.
2. The PTZ protocol and address of IP channel must be consistent with those of the PTZ
decoder.
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3.3.3.2 Advanced Configuration
Main Menu  Camera PTZ Configuration, select “Advanced” page. There are two patrol ways
can be set: Pattern and Path.
Note:
1. IP channel does not support configuration and calling of presets, patrols and patterns.
2. The functioning of presets patrols and patterns need front PTZ decoder to support.
1. Presets Point Setup
Preset can be set to move your PTZ camera to a desired preset location. The preset point is the
preparation for Tour Patrol.
Step1. Use the PTZ direction key to rotate the position of preset. Then select “Set Preset Point”
and select a preset number to finish a preset point setting. Repeat above steps to set more
preset points.
F-3.3.20
Step2. Click
to save or call more preset points after number 17.
F-3.3.21
Step3. Select ‘Clear Preset Point’ and click a preset number to delete the preset point.
Step4. Select “Goto Preset Point”. Click a preset number to check the preset point.
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2.
Pattern
The camera will patrol according to the key points. The total time and patrol speed of the path is
variable.
Step1. Select a pattern. Up to 6 paths could be set.
F-3.3.22
Step2. Click
to add key points. Set the key point parameters (including preset point
number, scan time and scan speed) and click [OK].
F-3.3.23
Step3. Repeat the above steps to add more key points to the Path patrol.
Step4. Select a key point, select [Delete] and select [Yes] in the dialog box to delete it.
Step5. Click
to preview the path patrol. Click
to stop.
Step6. Click
and select [Yes] in the dialog box to delete all key points of the path patrol.
Note:
1. The key point decides the patrol path, which will run according to numerical order of the
key points.
2. Scan time is how long the patrol stays on the preset point.
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3.
Scan speed is the rotate speed of speed dome from one preset point to the next.
4. Track Patrol
The camera will patrol back and forth in a constant speed. There are only a start point and an end
point.
Step1. Select a track and click
. Up to 8 tracks could be set.
F-3.3.24
Step2. Drag the mouse or click 8 direction keys of mouse control field to rotate PTZ.
Step3. Click
to save the PTZ movement patterns to the Track Patrol.
Step4. Click
to preview the track patrol. Click
to stop.
3.3.3.3 PTZ Control Operation
In live view mode, select quick menu of live view channel to enter PTZ control mode. It can access
PTZ control by PTZ control bar or panel PTZ control button.
Description of PTZ Control Bar
F-3.3.25
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Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
PTZ Direction
Control and Auto
Scan Button
Adjust Zoom+,
Focus+,
IRIS+
Adjust
Zoom-,Focus-,
IRIS-
Zoom: Zoom in
or out
Focus
IRIS
Focus automatically after manual zoom
Horizontal Movement Adjustment
Vertical Movement Adjustment
Zoom Adjustment
Focus Adjustment
3.3.4 Privacy Mask
Video1one NVR support privacy mask. It used to cover some privacy area which is not proper to
appear on monitor. Entering Privacy Mask interface by clicking: Main MenuCameraPrivacy
Mask.
F-3.3.26
You can add a privacy mask by following steps:
Step1. Select channel on the right top of the interface, and enable it on the below of the channel;
Step2. Set the area of privacy mask:
Way1: Drag the mouse to select the area which is privacy on the live window;
Way2: Set the coordinates of privacy area in the columns below the live window;
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F-3.3.27
Step3. Copy the privacy area to the other channels by click the “copy” button on the bottom of
the windows;
F-3.3.28
Step4. Select “Apply” to save the settings.
3.3.5 OSD configuration
You can set OSD (On Screen Display) on NVR, and the OSD will be synchronized on IPC.
Entering OSD Configuration interface by clicking: Main Menu CameraOSD Configuration.
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Step1. Select channel by clicking the channel number on the right-top, the selected channel will
change into gray and the channel number will change into yellow;
Step2. Enable video title and timestamp:
[Video Title]: Set the video title for the channel;
[Title Position]: Set the position for the video title: Top-Left or Top-Right;
[Date Position]: Set the position for the date: Top-Left, Top-Right, Bottom-Left or Bottom-Right;
[Date Format]: Set format for date: YYYY-MM-DD, MM/DD/YY or DD/MM/YYYY;
F-3.3.30
Step3. Select “Apply” to save the settings.
3.3.6 Image Enhancement
You can set Image Enhancement on NVR, and the configuration will be synchronized on IPC.
Entering Image Enhancement interface by clicking: Main MenuCameraImage Enhancement.
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F-3.3.32
Step1. Select channel by clicking the channel number on the right-top, the selected channel will
change into gray and the channel number will change into yellow;
Step2. Set the configuration;
[Day/Night Mode]: Set the Day/Night mode for the channel;
[Day to Night Value]: Set the Minimum illumination intensity to trigger Night Mode;
[Night to Day Value]: Set the Maximum illumination intensity to trigger Day Mode;
[IR Light Sensor Value]: Shows the current value of IR light sensor;
[WDR/HLC]: Click to configure Wide Dynamic Range or High Light Control;
[Power Line Frequency]: 50Hz and 60Hz are available;
[Video Orientation]: Set the image rotation;
[Smart IR]: Set the Smart IR on and off;
[White Balance]: Choose a white balance mode for the channel;
[Digital Anti-fog Mode]: Set the Anti-fog function on and off;
[Digital Image Stabilisation]: Set the Image Stabilisation on and off.
3.4 Record Settings
Preparation for Configuration
Step1. Ensure your NVR has Install and initialize the HDD.
Enter disk management interface by clicking System Settings→Disk Management
F-3.4.1
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Step2. Ensure that HDD has sufficient storage space.
Enter disk management interface by clicking System Setting →Disk Management. Select [Recycle
Mode] to ON in the case of insufficient capacity of HDD.
F-3.4.2
3.4.1 Record Mode
Step1. Enter record mode menu by clicking Main Menu → Record → Record Mode.
There are three record modes: No Recording/Always Record/Record by Schedule. You can select
desired one to every channel.
F-3.4.3
[No Record]: NVR will not record if you choose this column;
[Always Record]: It will always record the chosen channel;
[Record By Schedule]: If you want NVR to record by schedule, then you need select this column
and then go to 3.4.2;
Step2. Click [Apply] to save the configuration.
3.4.2 Record Schedule Setting
Note:
The days are divided as Holiday/Sunday/Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/
Saturday. The schedule of Holiday is superior to other days. To set the holiday information, go
to Chapter 3.8.4.
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Method1. General Setting
Step1. Enter Record schedule interface by clicking Record Settings→Record Schedule
F-3.4.4
Step2. Select desired channel (e.g. Channel 1)and click [Edit] button
F-3.4.5
Step3. Set record schedule
Select a day from the drop-down list of [Day], and select [Record Type] to setup the recording
period, up to 12 periods can be set. (e.g.01:00 to 05:00 for none recording; 06:00 to 18:00 for
timing recording; 19:00 to 21:00 for Motion recording; 22:00 to 24:00 for Alarm recording)
F-3.4.6
Note:
Time periods cannot overlap with each other.
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Step4. Click [Copy] to copy settings to other weekdays, and then click [Apply] to confirm the
setting.
F-3.4.7
Step5. After above steps, this channel with show as below:
F-3.4.8
Step6. Copy the recording settings to other channels
Select [Copy] to copy the same settings to other channels. And click [OK] to save the
configuration.
F-3.4.9
Step7. Save the configuration
Click [Apply] button to save the configuration, and then click [Back] to return to the previous
menu.
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Method2.Set record schedule by drag the mouse
Step1. Enter Record schedule interface by clicking Record Settings→Record Schedule
F-3.4.10
Step2. Click desired channel and record type show as below:
F-3.4.11
Step3. Drag the mouse to draw certain areas in recording setting zone and then click[Apply] to
save the configuration.
F-3.4.12
Step4. Copy the recording settings to other channels.
Select [Copy] to copy the same settings to other channels. And click [OK] to save the
configuration.
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F-3.4.13
3.4.3 Advanced settings
You can set the advanced settings there.
F-3.4.14
Illustration for Parameters
[Channel Selection]: Select the channel which will be set.
[Post Record]: Enable/Disable post record after the event is over
[Duration Time]: Event pre-record duration before event alarm
[Audio Record]: Select to record audio or not
[Record Stream Type]: Select Main stream or sub stream for record
Lastly choose you can choose the copy button to copy the settings of record for other channels.
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F-3.4.15
3.5 Event Settings
3.5.1 Video Loss
Your NVR can be setup to detect video loss and trigger an action.
Step1. Enter video loss configuration interface by clicking Main Menu→Event→Video Loss .
F-3.5.1
Step2. Select a desired channel and click [Edit] to configure video loss.
F-3.5.2
Step3. Select effective time to setup when you want to trigger actions once video loss is
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detected.
[Never]: Your NVR will not trigger any actions when [Never] button is checked. No matter the
[Audible Warning] or [Email Linkage] check-boxes are checked or not.
[Always]: Your NVR will always trigger actions when [Always] button is checked. Please make sure
[Audible Warning] or [Email Linkage] is checked.
[By Schedule]: You can drag the mouse to draw certain area in schedule setting zone, show as
below:
F-3.5.3
After dragging this will show as below:
F-3.5.4
Or click [Edit Time] to set schedules. Schedule can be set for all week or any day of the week with
up to 12 time periods per day. Video loss actions take effect in the scheduled period only.
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F-3.5.5
Note:
Time periods cannot overlap with each other.
Step4. Click [Copy] to copy the video loss schedule to other weeks, and then click [OK].
F-3.5.6
Step5. Select actions you want when video loss is detected.
[Trigger Alarm Output]: Select whether trigger the alarm output or not when video loss is
detected.
[Audible Warning]: Trigger an audible beep when video loss is detected
[Email Linkage]: Send video loss note to specified email address when video loss is detected.
(Please refer to 3.8.2.4 Mail configuration for mail address setting)
[Trigger Interval]: Set the interval between two events.
Note:
These actions will only take response according to effective time you choose
Step6. Click [OK] or [Apply] to confirm the settings. Repeat above steps for other channels. Or
click [Copy] to copy settings to other channels.
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F-3.5.7
3.5.2 Motion Detection
Your NVR can be setup to motion detect and trigger an action. You can set the motion detection
on NVR or on IPC web, both sides’ settings will be synchronous in both devices.
Step1. Enter motion detection setting interface by clicking Main Menu → Event → Motion
Detection.
F-3.5.8
Step2. Set the trigger area for motion detection.
You can set the area by dragging the mouse on live view window:
F-3.5.9
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F-3.5.10
And meanwhile the area will be synchronized in IPC.
Step3. Select the schedule, sensitivity and trigger area for motion detection.
[Enable IPC’s Motion]: If it is enabled here, motion detect will take effect 7*24h; If it is not
enabled, motion detect will take effect as the schedule which is set on the camera web.
[All Set]: Set all area as the trigger area;
[All Clear]: Clear all trigger area;
[Sensitivity]: Set sensitivity for motion detection, range from 1 to 10.It will synchronize to IPC if
you set sensitivity here;
[Action]: Edit action once motion is detected, refers to next step;
Step4. Select the desired channel and click [Edit] to configure motion detection action.
F-3.5.11
Step5. Select effective time to setup when you want to trigger actions once motion is detected.
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[Never]: Your NVR will not trigger any actions when [Never] button is checked. No matter the
[Audible Warning] or [Email Linkage] check-boxes are checked or not.
[Always]: Your NVR will always trigger actions when [Always] button is checked. Please make sure
[Audible Warning] or [Email Linkage] is checked.
[By Schedule]: You can drag the mouse to draw certain area in schedule setting zone, see
F-3.5.12:
F-3.5.12
After dragging, this channel will show as below:
F-3.5.13
Or click [Edit Time] to setup schedules. Schedule can be set for all week or any day of the week
with up to 12 time periods per day. Motion detection actions take effect in the scheduled period
only.
F-3.5.14
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Note:
Time period cannot overlay with each other
Step6. Click [Copy] to copy the motion detection schedules to other weekdays.
F-3.5.15
Step7. Select actions you want when motion is detected
[Trigger Alarm Output]: Select whether trigger the alarm output or not when video loss is
detected.
[Audible Warning]: Trigger an audible beep when video loss is detected
[Email Linkage]: Send video loss note to specified email address when video loss is
detected.(Please refer to 3.8.2.4 Mail configuration for mail address setting)
[Trigger Interval]: Set the interval between two events.
Note:
These actions will only take response according to effective time you choose.
Step8. [Trigger Channels Record]: Select channels to trigger for recording when motion is
detected by checking the check-boxes under the desired channels. Please make sure other
channels has setup motion recording schedule. (Refer to 3.4 Record settings)
Step9. Click [Apply] or [OK] to confirm settings. Repeat above steps to other channel. Or click
[Copy] to copy settings to other channel.
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F-3.5.16
3.5.3 Alarm Input
Alarm Input function is supported in some specific models. Please make sure your NVR has such
function first.
Step1. Select Main Menu-Event-Alarm Input.
F-3.5.17
Step2. Set Alarm input channel, Alarm Name, Alarm Type and Record Channels.
F-3.5.18
[Alarm Input NO]: The channel which has input signal;
[Alarm Name]: Set a name for the alarm;
[Alarm Type]: Select alarm type: NO or NC;
[Trigger Channels Record]: Once the channel in the [Alarm Input No] has alarm input, which
channels will be triggered to record. Refer to 3.4 Record Settings;
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Step3. Set action for alarm input.
F-3.5.19
You need to set 1.Effective time and 2.Action on this Action Interface:
1. Effective time:
F-3.5.20
You can set three different modes for effective time:
[Never]: Will have no action triggered if it is checked;
[Always]: Will always trigger the action if checked;
[By Schedule]: Will take effect by the schedule you set.
If you choose By Schedule, you need to set schedule by 1.drag the mouse on the time schedule
area or 2.by click the “Edit Time” button.
2. Action
F-3.5.21
[Trigger Alarm Output]: Select whether trigger the alarm output or not when video loss is
detected.
[Audible Warning]: Trigger an audible beep when video loss is detected
[Email Linkage]: Send video loss note to specified email address when video loss is detected.
(Please refer to 3.8.2.4 Mail configuration for mail address setting)
[Trigger Interval]: Set the interval between two events.
Note:
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These actions will only take response according to effective time you choose.
Lastly need to APPLY these settings to take effect.
3.5.4 Alarm Output
Alarm Output function is supported on VO-MNVR1608POE and VO-MNVR3216POE.
Step 1. Select Main Menu-Event-Alarm Output:
F-3.5.22
Step 2. Set Alarm output channel, Alarm Name, Alarm Type and Record Channels:
F-3.5.23
[Alarm Output NO]: The channel which will output the alarm signal;
[Alarm Name]: Set a name for the alarm;
[Alarm Type]: Select alarm type: NO or NC;
[Dwell Time]: Set the output time for alarm, if that is too long when alarm out is outputting, you
can select the Manually Clear to stop it.
Step3. Select Effective Time for alarm output:
F-3.5.24
You can set three different modes for effective time:
[Never]: Will have no action triggered if it is checked;
[Always]: Will always trigger the action if checked;
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[By Schedule]: Will take effect by the schedule you set.
If you choose By Schedule, you need to set schedule by 1.drag the mouse on the time schedule
area or 2.by click the “Edit Time” button.
Lastly need to APPLY these settings to take effect.
3.5.5 Exception
Video1one NVR support exception alarm hint for1. Network Disconnected; 2.HDD Full;
3.Record Fail; 4.HDD Error;
Step1. Enter Exception by clicking Main Menu-Event-Exception;
F-3.5.25
Step2. Select Exception Type;
There are 4 kinds of alarm type:
[Network Disconnected]: Lost of network;
[HDD Full]: When HDD is full. It usually happened when Recycle Mode is OFF.
[Record Fail]: When record Failed. Including HDD Error, HDD Full, no HDD and so on.
[HDD Error]: When HDD Error.
Step3. Select alarm type;
[Audible Warning]: Will trigger audio alarm if checked;
[Email Linkage]: Will send alarm Email if checked.
3.6 Status
You can have a quick view of the information of the device, network, camera, disk and event. This
part is only for your rapid reference. If you want to make any configuration, please go to
corresponding parts accordingly.
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3.6.1 Device Information
Step: Enter Device information menu by clicking Main MenuStatusDevice Information
It will show you information in F-3.6.1, including: Device ID, Device Name, MAC Address,
Hardware Version, Software Version, and Up Time.
F-3.6.1
3.6.2 Network Status
Step: Enter Network Status menu by clicking Main MenuStatusNetwork Status
It will show you information in F-3.6.2, including: Connection, Mode, DHCP, MTU(B), IP Address,
Net mask, Gateway, MAC, Preferred DNS Server, Alternate DNS Server, Receive Rate, and Send
Rate.
F-3.6.2
3.6.3 Camera Status
Step: Enter camera status menu by clicking Main MenuStatusCamera Status
It will show you information in F-3.6.3, including: Channel, Name, Status, IP Address, Record,
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Frame Rate, Bit rate, and Resolution. The PoE Channel Status is only for PoE NVR, it will show you
the connection status of PoE ports.
F-3.6.3
3.6.4 Disk Status
Step: Enter disk status menu by clicking Main MenuStatusDisk Status
It will show you information in F-3.6.4, including: Port, Vendor, Status, Total(GB), Free(GB), HDD
Type, In Use, and Recycle Mode. You can see the Total Capacity (GB) and Available Capacity (GB)
as below:
F-3.6.4
3.6.5 Event Status
3.6.5.1 Alarm Status
Step: Enter alarm page by clicking Main MenustatusEvent Status
It will show you the Alarm Input List in F-3.6.5.
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F-3.6.5
3.6.5.2 Camera Event Status
Step: Enter camera event page by clicking Main MenuStatusEvent Status.
It will show you the camera event status in F-3.6.6. If the
shows in red, it means the
corresponding project is active.
F-3.6.6
3.7 Live View Settings
3.7.1 Live View
Watching a Live View
There are multiple icons on each channel displayed in live view mode, indicating the recording
and alarm status of the channel.
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Icons
Descriptions
Indicates video loss
Indicates motion detection alarm
Indicates the current channel is recording. The recording may have been started
manually, from a schedule, motion detection, alarm, and/or triggered from
motion and alarm.
Indicates exception alarm and recording.
Use the Right Button of the Mouse in Live View
F-3.7.1
Item
Menu
Single Screen
Description
Enter main menu
The channel chosen will spread the whole screen. You could also reveal this
function by double clicking the channel
Sub Screen Ctrl Switch to sub screen to operate (not supported)
Multi Screen
Change the screen layouts
Previous Screen Switch to the previous screen
Next Screen
Sequence
Sub Sequence
Logout
Switch to the next screen
Enable single/multi-screen cruise in live view mode
Enable single/multi-screen cruise for sub screen (not supported)
Click it to log out current user account
Quick Operation for Live View
Enter the live view interface; left click the channel, the quick menu will appear. Quick menu
operations include recording manually, snapshot, PTZ, audio, digital zoom, and image
configuration.
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Quick Menu Instructions for Main Output Live View
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Icon
description
Manually recording
Image
configure
PTZ Control
Sound on/off
Electronic
Amplification
Snapshot manually
Close
3.7.2 Layout Configuration
Step1. Enter layout configuration menu by clicking Main Menu  Live View  Layout
configuration
F-3.7.2
You can choose single screen/4/8/1+7/9/12/1+11/14/16/32 screens for layout configuration
according to the model and your need.
Step2. Click
to close a channel, or click a desired channel (see F-3.7.3)to add in and then
click “Apply” to confirm settings. Click “Reset” to reset the layout.
F-3.7.3
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3.7.3 Live View Parameter
Live View Parameters Settings
Step: Enter the more setting interface by clicking Main MenuLive ViewLive View Parameter
F-3.7.4
Item
Description
Borderline
Borderline ON/OFF
Channel Name
Display the channel name
Channel Name Color
To change the color of the channel name
Sequence Interval
Set sequence interval in live view mode
Separately Configure Layout
To configure channel order of all layouts
respectively
Skip Blank Page
Skip blank page in sequence mode
3.8 System Settings
3.8.1 General Setting
Step: Enter general menu by clicking Main MenuSystem SettingsGeneral
To setup the general parameters of NVR, including modify the host name, device ID, select
resolution, and set system time manually, etc.
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F-3.8.1
3.8.2 Network Settings
3.8.2.1 Basic Configuration
Step: Enter the network setting menu to set the network parameters by clicking Main
MenuSystem SettingsNetwork, select “Basic” page
Basic configuration includes working mode, IP address, subnet mask, gateway, MTU, DNS server,
Internal NIC IPv4 Address, etc.
F-3.8.2
Note:
1. Check the DHCP check-box if there has a DHCP server running in networks.
2. The valid range of MTU is 500~9676.
3. Do not input an IP address conflict with another device.
4. Working mode option is only for NVR 7000/8000 series. Internal NIC IPv4 Address is only
for PoE NVR.
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3.8.2.2 PPPoE Configuration
Step: Enter PPPoE menu by clicking Main Menu System Settings Network. Select “PPPOE”
page
Check the PPPoE check-box to enable the feature, and then input user name, password and
confirm password for PPPoE access.
F-3.8.3
Note:
1. PPPoE user name and password can be obtained from your service provider. Once the setup
is completed, a connected status will be shown.
2. PPPoE function is not available for 4K/H.265 series NVR.
3.8.2.3 DDNS Configuration
If your NVR is setup to use PPPoE to connect public network, you may need to use DDNS
(Dynamic Domain Name System) to solve the problems from dynamic IP address.
Step: Enter DDNS configuration menu by clicking Main Menu  System Settings  Network,
Select “DDNS” page
Check the DDNS check-box to enable the feature. Select “DDNS Server”, and input user name,
password and host name, and then confirm.
Click [Apply] for application.
Note:
“host name” can use letters, figures and hyphen (- ) and must begin with letters.
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F-3.8.4
3.8.2.4 EMAIL Configuration
Step: Enter Email configuration page by clicking Main Menu  System Settings  Network →
Email
Set the Sender E-mail Address, User Name, Password, and SMTP Server:
F-3.8.5
[User name]: The E-mail address you choose to send emails.
[Password]: The password of the E-mail.
[SMTP Server]: The SMTP Server of your E-mail.
[Port]: The port of SMTP Server, it’s usually 25.
[Sender Name]: Named by yourself for the Sender E-mail.
[Sender E-mail Address]: It must be same with [User name].
[Select Receiver]: You can have 3 receivers once.
[Receiver Name]: Named by yourself for the Receiver E-mail.
[Receiver E-mail Address]: E-mail Address for the receivers.
[Encryption]: Security Protocol of email sending, includes TLS and SSL.
[Host Name]: For attaching URL when sending emails. Please enable SSL/TLS according to actual
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mailbox. (Some SMTP server needs to secure connection)
Select [Test] to check if the Mail function is workable
F-3.8.6
Note:
1. You will get a screenshot every time for motion detection email sending;
2. If you use a port forward IP of NVR for the Host Name, please type the entire address
including the port;
3. If click the URL in the alarm emails within 10 minutes, you can visit NVR Web GUI without
login.
F-3.8.7
3.8.2.5 More
Step: Enter More configuration page by clicking Main Menu System Settings Network →
More
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F-3.8.9
Push Message Enable
With this option enabled, you can receive the alarm message on the mobile application.
SSH Port Setting
Secure Shell (SSH) has many functions; it can replace Telnet and also provides a secure channel
for FTP, POP, even for PPP.
Note:
The default SSH port is 22.
HTTP Port Setting
The default HTTP port is 80. Please modify HTTP ports according to actual application.
Note:
1. The default HTTP port for IE browser is 80.
2. HTTP port is used for remote network access.
3. The valid range of HTTP port is 80 or 1024~65535.
RTSP Port Setting
Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) is an application layer protocol in TCP/IP protocol system.
The default RTSP port is 554. Please modify RTSP port according to actual application.
Note:
1. RTSP port is used for remote network live view.
2. The valid range of RTSP port is 554 or 1024~65535.
Service Port Setting
Service port is used to remote access when add NVR by mobile device.
The default service port is 1100. Please modify service port according to actual application.
Note:
1. This option is not available for 4K/H.265 series NVR.
2. You can add this port when using P2P/port mapping/LAN IP to add NVR, the 4K/H.265
series NVR use port 80 to add.
3. When port mapping, you still need map 554 to 554. Only then you can use 1100 or 80 to
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watch the live view by remote WAN.
3.8.3 Disk Management
3.8.3.1 Disk Configuration
Step: Enter disk configuration menu by clicking Main Menu  System Settings  Disk
Management→Configuration
Configuration page contains the basic information of the disk, see F-3.8.10. Select a disk and click
[Format] to format the disk. After that the disk will stand by.
F-3.8.10
3.8.3.2 RAID Mode
RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) is a storage technology that combines multiple disk
drive components into a logical unit. A RAID setup stores data over multiple hard disk drives to
provide enough redundancy so that data can be recovered if one disk fails.
RAID(only for VO-MNVR3216POE) will be available after you enable it and reboot the device,
including RAID0, RAID1, RAID5 and RAID10.
Note:
RAID 0: With RAID 0, Should one of the disks be damaged, the recordings on all disks will be lost
and are not recoverable. It has fastest possible writing and reading speed.
RAID 1: RAID 1 is a solution designed to make mirror copy of from one disk onto one or more
disks for recovery purposes, the total available storage will be twice smaller compared to RAID 0.
RAID 5: The check code will store in each disk. Should one of the disks be damaged, it can use the
data and check code from other disks to recover the data on the damaged disk.
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RAID 10: Combines RAID 1 and RAID 0 configurations – think of it as a group of mirrored disks.
Step1.Enter disk configuration menu by clicking Main Menu  System Settings  Disk
Management→Configuration
Configuration page contains the basic information of the disks, see F-3.8.11.
F-3.8.11
Step2.Creat a new array by clicking RAID button
Choose the “RAID Type” / “HDD Port”, and then check the total capacity.
If the “RAID Capacity” is 0, that means the number of HDD is incorrect.
Click “Create” to finish the configuration. New array will be available after a while.
RAID Create page, see F-3.8.12.
F-3.8.12
Note:
RAID0/RAID1 requires at least 2 hard disks;
RAID5 requires at least 3 hard disks;
RAID10 requires 4 hard disks.
[HDD Type]: Show RAID* means RAID, show LOCAL means normal disk mode.
[Recycle Mode]: Enable recycle mode to enable the full disk recycle.
[Hot Spare]: A disk can be used as the hot spare for any array created in the system.
[Rebuild]: When the array is in Degraded status, the device can start rebuilding the array
automatically with the hot spare disk to ensure the high security and reliability of the data.
[Disk info]: Click to show the detail information of disk in this array.
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Note:
1. RAID* stands for RAID0/RAID1/RAID5/RAID10.
2. The hot spare disk will be automatically used for rebuilding when array is in Degraded status.
3. Currently RAID the capacity can not support larger than 16TB.
3.8.3.3 S.M.A.R.T Detection
Step: Enter S.M.A.R.T configure page by clicking Main Menu  System Settings  Disk
Management→S.M.A.R.T
S.M.A.R.T detection is a monitoring system of HDD that detects and reports on various indicators
of anticipating failures of HDD.
You can command S.M.A.R.T self-checking function to check the HDD status.
Select “Test type”, and click “apply” for S.M.A.R.T detection.
F-3.8.13
Note:
1. Test type has [fast] and [full] options.
2. Test Status can be [status good], [status bad] and [bad tracks exist].
3. Test result can be [passed] or [failed].
3.8.4 Holiday Configuration
It can configure the record or image capture schedule for holidays of the current year.
Step1. Enter holiday setting menu by clicking System Setting→Holiday Configuration.
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F-3.8.14
Step2. Edit the holiday schedule.
Click
to open holiday configuration page to modify holiday name, check the ‘Holiday Enable’
check-box, and then select [style] to setup Start/End date. Then click [OK] to save the
configuration and return to holiday configuration page. Click [Apply] to confirm settings.
Note:
There are Month, Week and Date in “Style” mode.
F-3.8.15
3.8.5 User Account Settings
Add New User
Step1. Enter user setting menu by clicking Main MenuSystem SettingsUser.
Click [Add] to enter add user menu, input information for the new user, select user level and click
[OK].
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F-3.8.16
Note:
1. If the NVR firmware version out of the factory is xx.7.0.6 or above, the default user name
is “admin” and the default password is “123456”.
Step2. Set user privileges
Select the user that has been added and click [limit] button to enter user privilege menu.
F-3.8.17
Step3. Click
to delete a user.
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F-3.8.18
Step4. Click
to edit a user.
F-3.8.19
3.8.6 Upgrade
Your NVR supports firmware upgrade.
Step1. Enter upgrade menu by clicking Main MenuSystem SettingsUpgrade.
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F-3.8.20
Step2. Search for device, and select the .bin file.
F-3.8.21
Step3. Click [Upgrade] button to confirm the upgrade.
F-3.8.22
Note:
The system will auto reboot after confirming upgrade.
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3.8.7 Save/Load Configuration
3.8.7.1 Backup/Restore
Your NVR supports backup and restore configuration.
Step1: Enter profile menu
ConfigurationBackup/Restore.
by
clicking
Main
Menu  System  Save/Load
F-3.8.23
Step2. Select a folder and then click [Backup] to export configuration to USB device.
F-3.8.24
Step3. Select a .cfg file and then click [Restore] to import configuration to your NVR.
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F-3.8.25
3.8.7.2 Reset
You can reset all parameters to default settings.
Enter reset menu by clicking Main MenuSystemSave/Load Configuration
Reset. Click “yes” to confirm reset.
F-3.8.26
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3.8.8 Auto Maintenance
F-3.8.27
You can set the Log and Photo Retention period for Log and Photo.Once is expired, it will
automatically delete by NVR. The retention period is ranged from 1 to 12 months, if you don’t
want those files be deleted, you can select Permanent.
3.9 Shutdown
F-3.9.1
3.9.1 Logout
Click [Logout] to exit the current logon account.
3.9.2 Reboot
Click [Reboot] to restart the NVR.
3.9.3 Shutdown
Click [Shutdown] to close the NVR.
3.9.4 Close
Click [Close] to exit.
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4. WEB Settings
4.1 Login
Input the user name and password.
F-4.1.1
Note:
1. If the NVR firmware version out of the factory is xx.7.0.6 or above, the default user name
is “admin” and the default password is “123456”.
4.2 Live View
4.2.1 Camera List
There are multiple icons on each channel displayed in live view mode, indicating the recording
and alarm status of the channel.
Icons
Descriptions
Indicates video loss
Indicates motion detection alarm
Step1: Enter Live View by clicking one window, and go for camera list.
Click
to show the main stream and click
to the sub stream.
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Quick Operation
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Icon
description
Stop All Live View
Start All Live View
Snapshot by
manually
Front Page
Next Page
Sound off/on
Full Screen
Window 1
Window 4
Window 8
Window 9
4.2.2 Play View
Enter the live view interface; click Live ViewCamera List. Choose the View1 or View2 to play;
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4.2.3 PTZ
Enter Camera List interface by clicking Live ViewPTZ
F-4.1.4
4.2.4 Video Parameters
Enter Video Parameters by clicking Live ViewVideo Parameters
F-4.1.5
4.3 Playback
To play and backup the recorded files in specified time period.
4.3.1 Playback
It can support playback according to recorded time. Play recorded files in specified time period.
Step1. Enter Video Playback Interface shown in F-4.3.1 by clicking Playback
.
Step2. Select a desired channel and date.
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Select playback layout and channel. Click the date in red when there are recorded files of the
selected channels, the record type with recording data will be show as below, and then click
to playback.
Note:
The day in red has recording files; please select the date in red to playback.
F-4.3.1
Video Playback Tool Bar Description
The tool bar can display multi-event record. It shows that in this record period what kind of event
has happened. The symbolic meaning of each color is shown below:
Blue—Timing
Green --- Motion
Red --- Alarm
Grey --- Emergency
And take this bar above as an example, it means in this recording period there are motion and
timing event which have triggered.
Button
Description
Button
Description
Button
Description
Button
Description
Rewind
Stop
Play
Pause
Reverse
Step
Forward
Step
Fast
Backward
Fast
Forward
Timeline
Cutting
Timeline
Cut Off
Audio On
Audio Off
Snapshot
Timeline
Playback
Position
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4.3.2 Video Files Backup
Recorded files can be cut and backed up from WEB.
Step1. Enter playback interface, select the date and time to playback
F-4.3.2
Step2. Select Recorded files for Backup.
Select the channel and date you want to backup, then select the start time at time line and click
, it will change into
which means cut begins.
Select the end time at time line and click
, it will change into
,which means cut ends.
Then backup files can be found the files path set before.
Step3. Backup the files
Click the button and choose the path to save the file
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4.3.3 Picture Files Backup
Step1. Enter record files path settings interface by clicking Settings→Local Configuration
Choose Playback Picture Path.
F-4.3.3
Step2. Pause first when you want backup a special scene during video playback.
Step3. Click
to save picture.Then backup picture can be found the files path set before.
F-4.3.4
4.4 Log
Select special period and type logs by Search tools. You can save the logs locally if it is necessary.
Step: Enter Log menu by clicking Log→Main Type→Sub Type→Start Time→End Time→Search
→
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4.5 Settings
4.5.1 Local Configuration
Step1. Enter Local Configuration interface by clicking SettingsLocal Configuration.
F-4.5.1
Step2. Choose Languages.
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Step3. Set paths then save configurations.
4.5.2 Camera
Before configuration, please ensure that the IP device is connected to the same network as your
NVR and that the network setting for your NVR is properly setup.
4.5.2.1 Camera Management
Step1. Enter Local Configuration interface by clicking SettingsCamera.
F-4.5.3
Step2. Add IP Channel.
Method1. Add IP Channel in camera search interface
1. Enter camera search interface by clicking Settings→Camera→Camera Search.
F-4.5.4
2. Click [Search] button to quickly search the IP devices that support ONVIF at the same network
segment with NVR.
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3. Click the channel, click [Add] button, input password and click [OK] button to finish or click
[Cancel] button to cancel.
4. Or Check
to bulk adding the IP cameras if they are with same password.
F-4.5.6
Method2. Add IP Channel in camera management interface
1. Enter camera management menu by clicking Settings→Camera→Camera Management
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2. Select idle channel then input complete information, click [Add] button.
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There are three protocols available for camera connection:
1. ONVIF: Add the camera with ONVIF protocol, you can add any IP cameras with ONVIF
compatible if select this protocol. The detail formats are shown in F-4.5.8;
2. RTSP: Use RTSP to add camera. You can add any IP cameras which have RTSP protocol streams.
You need select 554 for the port and input the resource path for the camera. Take
Video1one device as an example, for main stream the resource path is “rtsp://IP:port/main” and
the second stream is “rtsp://IP:port/sub”.
The details about adding format are shown in F-4.5.9;
3. MSSP: If your IP camera is a Video1one device you can select this protocol to add cameras in
the same LAN. The detail formats are shown in F-4.5.10;
F-4.5.8
F-4.5.9
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F-4.5.10
Step3. Check the connection status.
After adding the IP channels, click [Refresh] button, the [status] will show [connected] as below, If
not, you need to check if the network is connected or whether the user name, password is
correct or not.
F-4.5.11
Step4. Configure IP Channel
After successfully adding the channel, click
to re-edit the channel info, address, and
password, etc.
F-4.5.12
Select [Parameters] page to re-edit this channel parameters. Click [Save] to save the configuration
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F-4.5.13
You can delete this channel by clicking
, or you can select multiple devices and then click
to delete.
Note:
The user name and password entered here are the default user name and password. The
management port is 80 and the default Transport protocol is UDP.
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4.5.2.2 Camera Search
Step1. Enter camera search interface by clicking Settings→Camera→Camera Search.
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F-4.5.15
Step2. Choose [All], then click [search] to quickly search the IP devices that support ONVIF at
the same LAN with NVR; switch Protocol into [ONVIF] to search the IP devices that support
ONVIF at the same network segment with NVR.
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F-4.5.18
Step3. Click the channel, click [Add] button, input password and click [OK] button to finish or
click [Cancel] button to cancel, or Check
to bulk adding the IP cameras if they are with same
password.
F-4.5.19
4.5.2.3 PTZ Configuration
Step: Enter configuration interface by clicking SettingsCameraPTZ Configuration
Select a channel and set the PTZ parameters. You can click [Copy] to copy the same configuration
to other channels.
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F-4.5.20
Note:
1. The PTZ protocol and address of IP channel must be consistent with those of the PTZ
decoder.
2. Settings for a PTZ camera must be configured before it can be used. Make sure that the
PTZ and RS-485 of the NVR are connected properly.
4.5.2.4 Privacy Mask
Video1one NVR support privacy mask. It is used to cover some privacy area which is not proper
to appear on monitor.
You can add a privacy mask by following steps:
Step1. Enter configuration interface by clicking SettingsCameraPrivacy Mask.
Step2. Select channel and switch to [enable] option.
Step3. Enter numbers or draw areas to set the area to cover.
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Step4. You can click [Copy] to copy the same configuration to other channels.
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Step5. Select “Save” to save the settings.
Note:
[Start Point X] and [Start Point Y] decide the point of the area starts, [Mask Width] and [Mask
Height] decide the size of the area.
4.5.2.5 OSD Configuration
You can set OSD (On Screen Display) on NVR, and the OSD will be synchronized on IPC.
Entering OSD Configuration interface by clicking: Settings CameraOSD Configuration.
F-4.5.23
Select channel and finish the info and save.
[Video Title]: Set the video title for the channel;
[Title Position]: Set the position for the video title: Top-Left or Top-Right;
[Date Position]: Set the position for the date: Top-Left, Top-Right, Bottom-Left or Bottom-Right;
[Date Format]: Set format for date: YYYY-MM-DD, MM/DD/YY or DD/MM/YYYY.
4.5.2.6 Image Enhancement
You can set Image Enhancement on NVR, and the configuration will be synchronized on IPC.
Entering Image Enhancement interface by clicking: Settings CameraImage Enhancement.
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Step1. Select channel by clicking the channel number on the right-top, the selected channel will
change into gray and the channel number will change into yellow;
Step2. Set the configuration;
[Day/Night Mode]: Set the Day/Night mode for the channel;
[Day to Night Value]: Set the Minimum illumination intensity to trigger Night Mode;
[Night to Day Value]: Set the Maximum illumination intensity to trigger Day Mode;
[IR Light Sensor Value]: Shows the current value of IR light sensor;
[WDR/HLC]: Click to configure Wide Dynamic Range or High Light Control;
[Power Line Frequency]: 50Hz and 60Hz are available;
[Video Orientation]: Set the image rotation;
[Smart IR]: Set the Smart IR on and off;
[White Balance]: Choose a white balance mode for the channel;
[Digital Anti-fog Mode]: Set the Anti-fog function on and off;
[Digital Image Stabilisation]: Set the Image Stabilisation on and off.
4.5.3 Record
Preparation for Configuration
Step1. Ensure your NVR has Install and initialize the HDD.
Enter disk management interface by clicking Settings→System→Disk Management
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F-4.5.24
Step2. Ensure that HDD has sufficient storage space.
Enter disk management interface by clicking Settings → System → Disk Management. Select
[Recycle Mode] to "ON" in the case of insufficient capacity of HDD.
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4.5.3.1 Record Mode
Step1. Enter record mode menu by clicking Settings→Record→Record Mode.
There are three record modes: No Recording/Always Record/Record by Schedule. You can select
the desired one for every channel.
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F-4.5.26
[No Record]: NVR will not record if you choose this column;
[Always Record]: It will always record the chosen channel;
[Record By Schedule]: If you want NVR to record by schedule, then you need select this column
and then go to 4.5.3.2;
Step2. Click [OK] to save the configuration.
4.5.3.2 Record Schedule
Note:
The
days
are
divided
as
Holiday/Sunday/Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday. The schedule of
Holiday is superior to other days. To set the holiday information, go to Chapter 4.5.4.4
Method1. General Setting
Step1. Enter Record schedule interface by clicking Record Settings→Record Schedule.
Step2. Select the desired channel (e.g. Channel 1).
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Step3. Set record schedule.
Select a day from the drop-down list of [Day], click
to set a period, up to 12 periods can be
set. (e.g.01:00 to 05:00 for none recording; 06:00 to 18:00 for timing recording; 19:00 to 21:00
for Motion recording; 22:00 to 24:00 for Alarm recording)
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F-4.5.28
F-4.5.29
Click
and check
to copy to other channels.
4.5.3.3 Advanced
Select the desired channel and set record time personally, Click
and check
to copy to
other channels.
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F-4.5.30
Illustration for Parameters
[Channel Selection]: Select the channel which will be set.
[Post Record ]: Enable/Disable post record after the event is over
[Duration Time]: Event post-record duration before event alarm
[Audio Record]: Select to record audio or not
[Record Stream Type]: Select Main stream or sub stream for record
Lastly, you can choose the copy button to copy the settings of record to other channels.
[Due Time]: Set the due time of recording files.
4.5.4 System
4.5.4.1 General Settings
Step: Enter general menu by clicking SettingsSystemGeneral
To setup the general parameters of NVR, including modify the host name, device ID, select
resolution, and set system time manually, etc.
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4.5.4.2 Network Settings
4.5.4.2.1 Basic Configuration
Step: Enter the network setting menu to set the network parameters by clicking
SettingsSystemNetwork Settings, select “Basic” page
Basic configuration includes working mode, IP address, subnet mask, gateway, MTU, DNS server,
etc.
F-4.5.32
Note:
1. Check the DHCP check-box if there has a DHCP server running in networks.
2. The valid range of MTU is 500~9676.
3. Do not input an IP address conflict with another device.
4.5.4.2.2 PPPoE
Step: Enter PPPOE menu by clicking SettingsSystemNetwork Settings. Select “PPPoE” page
Check the PPPoE check-box to enable the feature, and then input user name, password and
confirm password for PPPoE access.
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Note:
1. User name and password of PPPoE can be obtained from your service provider. Once the
setup is completed, a connected status will be shown.
2. PPPoE function is not available for 4K/H.265 series NVR.
4.5.4.2.3 DDNS
Step: Enter DDNS configuration menu by clicking Settings SystemNetwork, Select “DDNS”
page
If your NVR is setup to use PPPoE to connect public network, you may need to use DDNS
(Dynamic Domain Name System) to solve the problems from dynamic IP address. Check the
DDNS check-box to enable the feature. Select “DDNS Server”, and input user name, password
and host name, and then confirm. Click [Save] for application.
Note:
“Host Name” can use letters, figures and hyphen (-), and must begin with letters.
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4.5.4.2.4 Email
Step: Enter Mail configuration page by clicking SettingsSystemNetwork→Email
Set the Sender E-mail Address, User Name, Password, and SMTP Server:
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[User name]: The E-mail address you choose to send emails.
[Password]: The password of the E-mail.
[SMTP Server]: The SMTP Server of your E-mail.
[SMTP Port]: The port of SMTP Server, it’s usually 25.
[Encryption]: Security Protocol of email sending, includes TLS and SSL.
[Sender Name]: Named by yourself for the Sender E-mail.
[Sender Address]: It must be same with [User name].
[Select Receiver]: You can have 3 receivers once.
[Receiver]: Named by yourself for the Receiver E-mail.
[Receiver Address]: E-mail Address for the receivers.
[Host Name]: For attaching URL when sending emails.
Select [Test] to check if the Mail function is workable
Note:
1. You will get a screenshot every time for motion detection email sending.
2. If you use a port forward IP of NVR for the Host Name, please type the entire address
including the port.
3. If click the URL in the alarm emails within 10 minutes, you can visit NVR Web GUI without
login.
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4.5.4.2.6 More
Step: Enter More configuration page by clicking SettingsSystemNetwork Settings→More
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Push Message Enable
With this option enabled, you can receive the alarm message on the mobile application.
SSH Port Setting
Secure Shell (SSH) has many functions; it can replace Telnet, and also provides a secure channel
for FTP, POP, even for PPP.
Note:
The default SSH port is 22.
HTTP Port Setting
The default HTTP port is 80. Please modify HTTP ports according to actual application.
Note:
1. The default HTTP port for IE browser is 80.
2. HTTP port is used for remote network access.
RTSP Port Setting
Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) is an application layer protocol in TCP/IP protocol system.
The default RTSP port is 554. Please modify RTSP port according to actual application.
Note:
1. RTSP port is used for remote network live view.
2. RTSP port valid range is 554 or 1024~65535.
Service Port Setting
Service port is used to remote access when add NVR by mobile device.
The default Service port is 1100. Please modify Service port according to actual application.
Note:
1. This option is not available for 4K/H.265 series NVR.
2. You can add this port when using P2P/port mapping/LAN IP to add NVR, 4K/H.265 series
NVR use port 80 to add.
3. When port mapping, you still need to map 554 to 554. Only then you can use 1100 to
watch the live view by remote WAN.
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4.5.4.3 Disk Management
Step: Enter disk configuration menu by clicking SettingsSystemDisk Management
Configuration page contains the basic information of the disk, see F-4.5.38. Select a disk and click
[Format] to format the disk.
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[RAID Mode]: Enable/Disable to open/close RAID function.
[HDD Type]: Show RAID* means RAID, show LOCAL means normal disk mode.
Note:
RAID* stands for 0/1/5/10
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4.5.4.4 Holiday Configuration
It can configure the record or image capture schedule for holidays of the current year.
Step1. Enter holiday setting menu by clicking Setting→System→Holiday Configuration.
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Step2. Edit the holiday schedule.
Click
to open holiday configuration page to modify holiday name, check the ‘Holiday Enable’
check-box, and then select [Type] to setup Start/End date. There are Month, Week, and Date in
[Type] mode. Then click [OK] to save the configuration and return to holiday configuration page.
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4.5.4.5 User
Step1. Enter user setting menu by clicking SettingsSystemUser.
Note:
1. If the NVR firmware version out of the factory is xx.7.0.6 or above, the default user name
is “admin” and the default password is “123456”.
Step2. Add new user.
Click [Add] to enter add user menu, input information for the new user, select user level and set
user privileges, then click [OK] to save settings.
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Step3. Edit user.
Select a desired user and click, when the color below changes into blue, click [Edit Limit] to edit
user privileges, click [Edit Password] to change password.
Note:
1. User name can be comprised of letters and figures. The user level is separated into User
and Operator with different authority;
2. [Local Privilege] means the privilege to the monitor connected with NVR, while the
[Remote Privilege] means the privilege to web settings.
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Step4. Click
to delete a user.
4.5.4.6 Device Maintenance
F-4.5.45
4.5.4.6.1 Auto Maintenance
You can set the Log and Photo Retention period for Log and Photo. Once is expired, it will
automatically delete by NVR. The retention period is ranged from 1 to 12 months, if you don’t
want those files be deleted, you can select Permanent.
4.5.4.6.2 Reboot
Click
to reboot the NVR.
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4.5.4.6.3 Reset
Click
to reset the NVR to factory defaults.
4.5.4.6.4 Import Config File
Click
to select one desired file and click
to restore the NVR configuration.
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4.5.4.6.5 Export Config File
Click
to backup present settings.
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4.5.4.6.6 Upgrade
Click
to select the firmware file, and check
defaults. Then click
if reset configuration to factory
to upgrade.
Note:
The upgrading process will be 5 to 10 minutes, please don't disconnect power to the device
during the process. The device reboots automatically after upgrading.
4.5.5 Event
4.5.5.1 Video Loss
Step1. Enter video loss configuration interface by clicking Settings→Event→Video Loss.
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Step2. Select a desired channel
Step3. Select effective time to setup when you want to trigger actions once video loss is
detected.
[Never]: Your NVR will not trigger any actions when [Never] button is checked. No matter the
[Audible Warning] or [Email Linkage] check-boxes are checked or not.
[Always]: Your NVR will always trigger actions when [Always] button is checked. Please make sure
[Audible Warning] or [Email Linkage] is checked.
[By Schedule]: Schedule can be set for all week or any day of the week with up to 12 time periods
per day. Video loss actions take effect in the scheduled period only.
[Audible Warning]: Trigger an audible beep when video loss is detected
[Email Linkage]: Send video loss note to specified email address when video loss is
detected.(Please refer to 4.5.4.2.4 Email configuration for mail address setting)
[Trigger Interval]: Set the interval between two events.
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4.5.5.2 Motion Detection
Step1. Enter motion detection setting interface by clicking Settings→Event→Motion Detection.
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Step2. Set the trigger area for motion detection.
You can set the area by dragging the mouse on live view window. Meanwhile, the area will be
synchronized in the camera.
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Step3. Select the schedule, sensitivity and trigger area for motion detection.
[Enable IPC’s Motion]: If it is enabled here, motion detect will take effect 7*24h; If it is not
enabled, motion detect will take effect as the schedule which is set on the camera web.
[All Set]: Set all area as the trigger area;
[All Clear]: Clear all trigger area;
[Sensitivity]: Set sensitivity for motion detection, range from 1 to 10.It will synchronize to IPC if
you set sensitivity here;
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Step4. Click the [Action Edit] to edit action once motion is detected.
Edit the schedule and action.
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[Audible Warning]: NVR will audible warning once motion is detected;
[Email Linkage]: NVR will send an email to the address set before.
Note:
Motion record schedule is different from the schedule of the [Audible] and [Email Linkage].
Enter the Record Schedule by clicking Settings→Record→Record Schedule. Confirm the time to
enable Motion Record.
Step5. Select the desired channel and check
to configure motion detection action.
4.5.5.2 Exception
Step1. Enter Exception by clicking Settings→Event→Exception.
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Step2. Select Exception Type. There are 4 kinds of alarm types.
[Network Disconnected]: Loss of network;
[HDD Full]: HDD is full. It usually happened when Recycle Mode is OFF.
[Record Fail]: Record Failed, including HDD Error, HDD Full, no HDD and so on.
[HDD Error]: HDD is Error.
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Step3. Select alarm type.
[Audible Warning]: Audio alarm will be ready to be triggered if checked;
[Email Linkage]: Email will be ready to sent if checked.
4.6 Status
You can have a quick view of the information of the device, network, camera, disk and event. This
part is only for your rapid reference. If you want to make any configuration, please go to
corresponding parts accordingly.
4.6.1 Device Information
Step: Enter Device information menu by clicking SettingsStatusDevice Information
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It will show you information in F-4.6.1, including: Device ID, Model, MAC Address, Hardware
Version, Software Version and Uptime.
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4.6.2 Network Status
Step: Enter Network Status menu by clicking SettingsStatusNetwork Status
It will show you information in F-4.6.2, including: Free bandwidth, Used bandwidth, Connection,
Mode, DHCP, MTU(B), IP Address, Net mask, Gateway, MAC, Preferred DNS Server, Alternate DNS
Server, Receive Rate, and Send Rate.
F-4.6.2
4.6.3 Camera Status
Step: Enter camera status menu by clicking SettingsStatusCamera Status
It will show you information in F-4.6.3, including: Channel, Name, Status, IP Address, Record,
Frame Rate, Bit rate and Resolution.
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F-4.6.3
4.6.4 Disk Status
Step: Enter disk status menu by clicking SettingsStatusDisk Status
It will show you information in F-4.6.4, including: Port, Vendor, status, Total(GB),Used(GB) Free
space(GB), HDD Type, In Use, and Recycle Mode. You can see the Total Capacity (GB) and
Available Capacity (GB) as below:
F-4.6.4
4.6.5 Event Status
Step: Enter event status menu by clicking SettingsStatusEvent Status
It will show you information in F-4.6.5, including: Channel, Name, IP Address, Videoloss, Motion,
I/O. Icon will light up as below:
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4.6.6 Packet Capture Tool
Step: Enter packet capture tool status menu by clicking SettingsStatusPacket Capture Tool
Print IP and Port, click the [Start] to start capture packet then click [End] to stop. Click [Download]
to backup packet locally.
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4.7 Logout
Click [Logout] to exit the current account.
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