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ViewEra V141 User manual
User Manual
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v1.39
Overview
Contents
Overview
2
Installation
9
9 Installing NET-i viewer
11 Checking Installation
Setup Tool
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Live Viewer
34 Name and Function of Each Control
38 Viewing Windows
39 Tile Setup
41 To Record the Selected Video Locally
41 To Record the Selected Video Remotely
42 To Capture a Snapshot
42 To Print a Snapshot
43Deinterlace
43 Synch With the Joystick
43 To view the counting graph
44 Camera Control
46 Real-time Event Monitoring
47 Alarm Control
48Talk
48Listen
49 Using Layouts
51 Find Object
51 Viewing Information
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2_ Overview
2Contents
4 What is NET-i viewer?
6 Key Features of NET-i viewer
7 Description of NET-i viewer
8Terminology
Name and Function of Each Control
User Login
Registering Devices
To Connect to a Device
To Update the Firmware
To Select a View Tree
Using View Trees
Running Other Viewer
Site Management
Layout Management
System Setup
53 Name and Function of Each Control
57View
58Searching
63Play
64Tile
66Tools
66Execute
Map Viewer
68 Name and Function of Each Control
71View
71 Controlling Devices
72 Editing a Map
83 Manual Recording
83 Controlling Playback
Log Viewer
85Search
85 Check Results
86 Exporting Logs
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85
NET-i viewer Update
87
Supplement
90
87Installation
87Run
87 Updating to the Latest
88 Setting Auto-updating
89 Auto Update Scenario
90 Using the joystick
91 Shortcut Keys
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 Overview
Search Viewer
Overview
What is NET-i viewer?
NET-i viewer is an open solution for security and automated monitoring environments.
This software program provides general functions for monitoring, and is integrated with a network system that
consists of : video server, DVR and network cameras via the network environment.
You can see live motions according to the configuration.
Understanding of NET-i viewer
IPCAM
NET-i viewer
Live / Search
User
SEC
AVI
Manual
recording/
Backup
Encorder
DVR
NET-i ware/NVR
Camera
Camera
IPCAM
1. A user can view the real-time video or recorded video on the DVR through the NET-i viewer.
2. A user can save the real-time video or backup recorded video in the DVR by using the NET-i viewer.
3. Recorded files and backup files in SEC format can be played back without using a separate player, and
files in avi format can be played back with a common media player.
4_ Overview
System Requirements
Item
Minimum PC Specification
Recommended PC Specification
Intel Core2Quad 2.5GHz or faster
Intel i7 or faster
RAM
3GB or higher
3GB or higher
HDD
200GB or higher
200GB or higher
VGA card
512MB or higher
1GB or higher
Display resolution
1280 x 1024 or higher
OS
Window XP Professional, Windows 2000 Professional,
Windows Vista Home Basic/Premium/Ultimate, Windows 7,
DirectX 8.1 or higher, OpenGL compatible
Network
10/100/1000 Ethernet NIC
CD ROM
Required
 Overview
CPU
you use Mega pixel cameras, video settings must be adjusted depend on your PC performance and the
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number of simultaneous monitoring video. The following are the system requirements for installing and running
NET-i viewer, setup guide for monitoring H.264 video.
-It is recommended to set individual camera frame rate up to 10fps when monitor 16 channels of megapixel
camera simultaneously with settings on 1280x1024 resolution, 5120Kbps (CBR)
-It is recommended to set individual camera frame rate up to 3fps when monitor 32 channels of megapixel
camera simultaneously with settings on 1280x1024 resolution, 1024Kbps (CBR)
-It is recommended to set individual camera frame rate up to 5fps when monitor 16 channels of megapixel
camera with settings on 1280x1024 resolution, 2560Kbps (CBR) and 16 channels of camera with settings on
4CIF resolution.
`` For better performance for 4 or more monitors connected, using 2 PCI-E type VGA graphics adaptor with 512MB
graphics memory and Intel i7 or faster CPU is recommended.
`` Monitoring performance may drop if enabled deinterlacing or OSD function.
`` You may run NET-i viewer regardless of OS login account.
- For versions prior to v1.38, only Administrator's account can run it.
- Installation, uninstallation and updating requires administrator’s privilege of your operating system.
JJ `` Pay attention to below cautions when updating from v1.37 or earlier.
- File paths for logs, recordings, backups and captured images will be changed.(existing files remain in the
previous file location.)
- If selected a file path having insufficient permission, setting is applied but will not write files.
- After updating, search will not find logs written by version 1.37 or earlier. However, you can enable searching
old version's logs by moving them to the new path manually.
- Running two or more CMS instances on one PC using different user accounts is not guaranteed with proper
operation.
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Overview
Key Features of NET-i viewer
• Up to 64 simultaneous real-time channel monitoring (4 monitors)
• Manual Recording (Can record each of one Live and Map Viewer, up to 24 hours)
• Remote event monitoring function
• Audio function support (Listen / Talk)
• Supports various video formats
- MPEG4, MJPEG, H.264
• Supports various audio formats
- G.726, G.711, G.723 and PCM
• Remote PTZ control (Power PTZ)
• Digital Zoom
• Various search options
- Search for calendar, video clip, event and POS enabled
• Backup
- AVI and Samsung's unique formats (REC1, SEC)
• Various play control
- Supports up to 64x fast forward and rewind search
• Easy-to-use user interface
- Context menus
- Provides shortcut keys
• Map-based Monitoring
- Auto display of the Live video for an event that occurs
• Search for the Viewer logs stored in the PC
• Auto update
• Sync with Joystick
6_ Overview
Description of NET-i viewer
NET-i viewer provides various useful tools such as Setup Tool, Live Viewer, Search Viewer, Map Viewer and Update.
Application
Setup Tool
Register / Modify / Delete Device
Create / Edit / Delete Site (Map Setting Allowed)
 Overview
You can configure the
settings for remote
devices as well as
NET-i viewer.
Language Setting
Description
Create / Edit / Delete Layout
Recording File Path
Audio Mode Setting
Event Setting
F/W Upgrade
Import / Export Device Configuration
Import / Export NET-i viewer Configuration
Live Viewer
Configuring system options
Real-time Monitoring
Device Event Monitoring (Alarm/Motion/Video Loss/Audio Detection/Intelligent video analysis)
You can monitor real-time
video, receive a real-time PTZ
event, and control the
Listen / Talk
PTZ.
Manual Recording
Remote Recording
Digital Zoom
Map
Capture / Print
Event / System Log
Search Viewer
Multiple monitors (max. 4)
Calendar Search
Event Search
You can search for and
play recorded file saved in POS Search
a local PC or a device.
Backup
Listen
Videoclip Search
Playback Control
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Overview
Application
Map Viewer
Create / Delete / Edit Map
Description
Show Live Video
Show the Live Video of Event-generating Camera
Show the Video Recorded at the Event Time
Auto display of the Live video from the camera that detects an event
Control PTZ
Listen / Talk
Manual Recording
Capture / Print
Log Viewer
Update
Common Features
Event / System Log
Search for the stored logs
Auto Update
Manual Update
Connect / Disconnect Device
User Login
Tile Switching
Find Camera / Tile
Hot Keys
Camera / Video Information
Show / Hide Window
Terminology
• Tree : An area where you can see the relationship of entity lists and entitles.
• Context-Sensitive Menu : R
ight-clicking over an entity shows different menu depending on the entity.
This menu is called context-sensitive menu.
• Device : General term for DVR, video server and network camera.
• Tile : An area you can view one image.
• Entity : It refers to device, camera, site, layout, alarm, etc.
• Logical View : A view where you can view cameras and alarms grouped by region using Site.
• Physical View : A view where you can view physical connections of devices, cameras, and alarms.
• Timeline : It represents whether recording exists and recording section type in time axis.
• Monitor : T
his is a monitoring area that allows you to view multiple videos.
This area consists of multiple layouts.
• Tampering : It includes explicit change and disturbance with scene changes, such as suddenly changed framing,
spraying on lens, blurred focusing and screen black-out.
8_ Overview
Installation
Installing NET-i viewer
Run the installation program, SETUP.EXE to install NET-i viewer on your PC.
 Installation
1. Execute the NET-i viewer installation program,
SETUP.EXE on your CD or anywhere copied to your PC.
2. Click [Next >] to proceed to the License Agreement page.
3. After reading the license agreement carefully, accept it
by selecting “I accept the terms of the license
agreement” and click [Next >] to proceed to the next
step.
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Installation
4. Specify the destination folder in which the installation files
are copied.
The default path is “C:\Program Files\Samsung\NET-i
viewer”.
5. To change the file path, click [Change…] to select a
desired path.
6. To proceed with the next step, click [Next>].
7. Click [Install].
This will prepare to install the program.
8. Installation of NET-i viewer gets started.
An installation success or failure message appears.
10_ Installation
9. If the installation is completed successfully, click [Finish].
End the installation procedure.
 Installation
Checking Installation
To check whether NET-i viewer is installed successfully or not, move to Start menu.
1. Click [Start].
2. Click the [Samsung] folder.
3. Click the [NET-i viewer] folder.
If you can find 6 sub menu items of Live Viewer, Map Viewer, Search Viewer, Setup Tool, LogViewer and
Uninstall, the installation is done successfully.
4. Or, check if the four icons corresponding to the sub
menus above are displayed on the screen.
you run the program for the first time, The
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NET-i viewer language is defaulted to that of the
current operating system.
`` When a message such as “Restarts the computer
and completes installing the critical updates”
appears, restart your PC before installing NET-i
viewer.
If you install the viewer without restarting the
system, it may not be installed properly.
`` If you are prompted to restart the system for a proper installation, please restart the system then install NET-i
viewer.
If you install NET-i viewer without restarting the system, it may not be installed properly.
`` You may fail to install the viewer due to an error from such as antivirus software using the real-time monitoring
function.
If you encounter this problem, deactivate the real-time monitoring function of the antivirus software and try again.
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Setup Tool
With Setup Tool, you can configure basic settings for NET-i viewer.
Select Setup Tool from the Start menu, or double-click the corresponding
shortcut icon to launch Setup Tool.
Name and Function of Each Control
Setup Tool consists of 4 areas : menu bar, tool bar, view tree and property.
The tool bar is a collection of frequently used menu items that operate the same way in the menu bar
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b
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12_ Setup Tool
Area
Item
Description
Connect
You can connect to the selected device.
Device Firmware Update
Upgrades the firmware version of the selected device.
Disconnect
Device
Import / Export Device
configurations
Exit
Device (Auto)
Entity
a
Create
Site
Rename
Menu
Device
(Manual)
Layout
Clear
Physical View
View
Expand Tree
Find Object
Help
Information
Help
Register a device that does not support auto scan.
Use this to create a site. With Site, you can manage cameras, alarms
and layouts by the region. You can set a camera, alarm, layout or site
as a child of a site in Setup Tool.
You can specify a map to a site.
You can choose one from 13 tile patterns to create a desired layout.
Use this to rename the selected entity.
Activates the Logical View tab.
Activates the Physical View tab.
Type > ID
Sort items with the type in priority over the ID.
Type > Name Sort items with the type in priority over the name.
Search Viewer
Map Viewer
Searches for devices installed in a local network automatically and
displays them in a list.
Sort items by the name.
Refresh Tree
Tools
Exits the Setup Tool program.
Name
Collapse Tree
Live Viewer
Moves to the Device Setup page.
Use this to delete the selected entity.
Logical View
Sort
Entities
Import the configuration of the device as a file in a remote location.
Then, update the configuration of the set using the imported
configuration file.
Expands all nodes of a tree view.
Collapses all nodes of a tree view.
Updates the tree information.
Launches Live Viewer.
Launches Search Viewer.
Launches Map Viewer.
Enter the name of a tree entity to find.
You can check the current version of Setup Tool.
It will be supported later.
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 Setup Tool
Device Setup
You can disconnect from the selected device.
Setup Tool
Area
Item
Live Viewer
Search Viewer
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Map Viewer] menu.
Device (Auto)
This function is the same as [Item] > [Create] > [Device(Auto)] menu.
This function is the same as [Item] > [Create] > [Device(Manual)]
menu.
Device (Manual)
b
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Live Viewer] menu.
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Search Viewer] menu.
Map Viewer
Tool bar
Description
Site
This function is the same as [Item] > [Create] > [Site] menu.
Layout
This function is the same as [Item] > [Create] > [Layout] menu.
Delete Device
Login Information
Auto Login Checkbox
Tree area
This function is the same as [Item] > [Delete] menu.
Shows the user account that is currently logged in.
Determine if you perform the login process automatically or manually.
If checked, the program will be executed automatically; if not, a login
dialog appears to ask for your input.
Shows cameras, sites and layouts.
Using a site, you can group and view cameras by the region.
Recording File Path
Snapshot File Path
Logo Image File Path
Snapshot File Extension (JPEG/BMP)
Instant Replay Time (5/10sec)
Sequence Time (10~60sec)
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View Tree
Logical View
Option
You can change the size and color of a tile text to your preference.
Specify the saving path, recording time(2min~24hr) and file format
for the manual recording file.
You can select to fix the aspect ratio of the video.
Also select to display the intelligent video analysis rules on the video.
Select to display the video time on the video.
You can replace the camera title with the device name.
Initialize
Export
Import
14_ Setup Tool
You can select to keep receiving the video from the remaining
channels in Expand Tile mode.
Resets the device properties and user information to the default.
Exports NET-i viewer settings as a file.
Configures NET-i viewer settings using the setup file.
Area
Item
Audio
Description
You can configure audio settings.
Determine whether to allow both Listen and Talk, or either Listen and
Talk at a time.
Select to output the audio signal from NET-i Viewer if an event
occurs.
Event
You can select to display the event tile.
You can set to automatically display the Live video for an event.
Logical View
Map Viewer
View Tree
Updater
User Account
Management
System Log
Physical View
You can set the Save Path, Default View, and Arrangement for Map
Viewer.
And you can also run the Updater tool or set to perform Automatic
Updates or just do the update manually.
You can change the password for the Admin, operator or user account.
You can specify the log storage period and the logs to store, delete
certain logs or view the log folder using the browser.
Shows devices and cameras.
You can check physical relations between device and camera.
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 Setup Tool
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You can set time option to be used to play video recorded at the
event-occurred time by selecting an event item in the event log.
Setup Tool
User Login
You can set to automatically log into NET-i viewer when you run utilities of Setup Tool, Live Viewer, Map Viewer, and
Search Viewer.
Auto Login
1. When you first run the program, you will see the login dialog if [Auto Login] is not set whereas you can log
in automatically if it is set.
If auto login fails, the user login dialog will appear.
2. If you launch another program while a program is running, you can login automatically with the same
account.
`` If you fail to login due to lack of permission, the newly launched program will be terminated.
3. If you run a different program while the login dialog lasts, the current program will be terminated
automatically.
4. If you want to login with a different account, exit all currently running programs and try again.
Login
1. Run the program.
The login dialog appears.
`` If the last run viewer had been set to [Auto Login]
when it was closed, the [Auto Login] checkbox is
already ticked.
2. Enter the user ID and password (PWD), then click
[Login].
Click [Cancel] to exit the program.
3. If you has logged in successfully, the login dialog
disappears before the main window appears.
The tool bar in the main screen displays the user
information with the [Auto Login] checkbox
ticked.
Login failure
An error message will be displayed in the lower
corner of the dialog.
An error message appears if the login has failed.
Logout
You will be logged out automatically when you exit
the program.
16_ Setup Tool
Registering Devices
You can register a new device with NET-i viewer, change or delete an existing device.
Device (Auto) Register
 Setup Tool
1. From the menu bar, select [Entity] > [Create] >
] from the tool bar.
[Device (Auto)], or select [
The "Device (Auto) Registration" window
appears.
`` This will find all devices that are connected to the local
network.
`` A registered device is highlighted gray.
`` Auto registration may not be available, depending on
the device.
2. Select a device to register from the found devices.
3. Provide the device ID and password, and click [Register].
For the initial device information (ID & PW), refer to the user manual of the unit.
• Refresh : Re-searches for devices that are connected to the network.
• Close : Closes the REGISTER window.
• Edit : You can change the registration information if the IP and port number of a device is changed.
- If you select an already registered device, the [Register] button will switch to [Edit].
4. If an error occurs in registration, the corresponding error message appears.
`` For more information, refer to the error list. (+ page 18)
5. The registered device, camera or alarm out will be displayed in the physical/logical view.
Device (Manual) Register
1. Select [Entity] > [Create] > [Device(Manual)], or
] in the tool bar.
click [
The "Device (Manual) Register" window
appears.
2. Select a company name, model name, and
address type, respectively.
`` Not supported: SVR-470/450/940, SRD-450,
SHR-3040
3. Specify setting values necessary for connecting
the device.
- The setting values may differ, depending on the company name, model name and address type.
`` The MAC address may be required, according to the
firmware version of the device to register.
4. Provide the device ID and password, and click
[Register].
`` For the initial device information (ID & PW), refer to
the user manual of the unit.
`` The device information includes the ID and password
that you specified for the device to add.
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Setup Tool
5. If an error occurs in registration, the corresponding error message appears.
`` For more information, refer to the error list below.
Error Message
Description
Parameter Error
The registration parameter is invalid.
Unused Device
Disconnected
Not Connected
Network Error
Wrong Address
ID error
Wrong Password
Log-In Fail
Access Conflicted
Exceed the Fixed Number of People
Authority Error
Can not receive the Device's Response.
MAC Address Conflicted
IP Address Conflicted
Mismatched Device Model
Unknown Error
This is a unknown device.
The device is not connected.
The device is not connected to the network.
The network connection is not in normal status.
The network address is not specified properly.
The entered ID is invalid.
You entered an invalid password.
The log-in operation has failed.
A network access conflict occurred.
Exceeds the limit of accessible users.
Failed to grant user permissions.
The system can not receive responses from the device.
A duplicate MAC address exists.
A duplicate IP address exists.
This error occurs if you try to register a wrong model.
A unknown error has occurred.
6. If you register a device, the logical tree will create a site for the device accordingly so that you can identify
between devices at a glance.
However, if you delete a device, the site for the device will not be deleted accordingly. So you must delete
it manually, if necessary.
18_ Setup Tool
To Connect to a Device
1. Select a device to connect.
 Setup Tool
2. Select a device, then select [Device] >
[Connect], or [Disconnect].
- The device that you set to disconnect will not be reconnected, even if you try to reconnect.
- Devices that you set to disconnect, and devices that you failed to connect can be identified with icons.
- You can set to disconnect a particular device even when the device is already disconnected.
To edit device information
1. In the [Physical View] tab, select the
corresponding icon of the device of which
settings you want to change.
2. Click [Modify] in the Device Setup window.
The [Modify Device] window appears.
3. Change the settings as you want, and click
[Modify].
`` None of the company name, model name and MAC
address can be changed.
4. To cancel the change, click [Cancel].
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Setup Tool
To rename a device
You can select and rename a device, camera or alarm object.
1. Select a device to rename.
2. In the menu bar, select [Entity] > [Rename].
Or, select [Rename] in the context menu.
3. Rename the device as necessary.
To rename a device Unit
1. Select a device icon in the physical view tree.
2. In the properties window, select the "Rename the connected cameras" checkbox.
3. Rename the device and click [Apply].
The change will apply to all cameras and alarm objects belonging to the device.
As the camera name or alarm object name contain the device name as portion, this portion will be
affected.
To delete a device
You can delete a device, camera or alarm object to your preference.
Actually, deletion is done by the device unit.
1. Select a device or camera in the tree.
2. In the menu bar, select [Entity] > [Delete], or select [Delete Device] in the tool bar.
Or, in the context menu of the entity to delete, select [Delete].
3. The selected device or camera will be removed from the tree.
All recording data related to the camera to delete will be lost.
While the camera to delete is playing or recording, the operation will be forcibly stopped.
20_ Setup Tool
To Update the Firmware
You can update the firmware of a device in a remote site.
1. Select [Device] > [Firmware Update] in the
menu bar, or right-click a device in the tree and
select [Firmware Update] in the context menu.
 Setup Tool
2. Select a company name and model name to
update.
The matches will be listed.
3. Click [Select] for each of the devices to update.
4. Click [
] to select a firmware file.
5. Click [Update].
This will start updating the device's firmware.
there is more than one device to update the firmware, update will be done one after another from the top.
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the device is updated successfully, the [Status] bar will switch to [Complete].
Any other functions will be disabled during the update.
If the firmware update fails for any reason, the tool proceeds with the next device.
To view the device setup
You can check device settings for each device site.
1. Select [Device] > [Device Setup] in the menu
bar, or right-click a device in the View Tree area
and select [Device Setup] in the context menu.
on as a general user account of OS and
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running the [Device Setup page] may not
operate properly.
To run [Device Setup page] properly, log on as
the administrator account of your OS.
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Setup Tool
To Select a View Tree
Select and use appropriate view tree from two views provided by the NET-i viewer.
Select [View] > [Logical], or [Physical], or select a desired tab in the View Tree
area.
You will move to the selected View Tree.
Logical View Tree
You can map cameras, alarm outs, layouts, and sites with a particular site.
The logical view does not list devices.
1. Select the first tab in the View Tree area, or select
[View] > [Logical] in the menu bar.
2. You can customize the View Tree using the
drag-drop method of tree items.
22_ Setup Tool
View Tree Configuration
F2
Logical
Physical
F2
F2
F2
F2
Room1
Room2
F2
4CH
Corridor
4CH
Room2
4CH
Corridor
F1
4CH
F1
4CH
F1
Room3
4CH-DVR
F1
Layout 1
Room3
4CH
Room4
Corridor
F1
4CH-DVR
F1
4CH-DVR
IP-Camera 2
Figure 1
4CH
Layout 2
Room4
IP-Camera 1
IP-Camera 1
IP-Camera 2
Layout 3
Corridor
Layout 4
Layout 5
Figure 2
If you image a two-story building equipped with two 4-channel DVRs (one for each floor) and 2 network
cameras as shown in figure 1, the logical view can be configured as shown in figure 2.
- You can select Layout 1 to monitor 4 cameras in the second floor at a glance.
- You can select Layout 2 to monitor cameras in Room 3 on the first floor on a single screen.
- You can select Layout 5 to monitor cameras on the first floor on a single screen.
- You can select Floor 2 to check the location of the second-floor's map and cameras on it.
`` This is available only with a user-created map.
- You can select Floor 1 to monitor all cameras on the first floor at a glance.
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 Setup Tool
4CH
4CH-DVR
Room1
Setup Tool
Using View Trees
Sort Entities
You can sort View Tree entities by the name or type.
Sort by name
From the menu bar, move to [View] > [Sort Entities]
> [Name].
Sort the items in the alphanumeric order.
Sort with the tile in priority over the name
From the menu bar, move to [View] > [Sort Entities]
> [Type > Name].
Sort items with the type in priority over the name.
Sort by tile in priority over ID
From the menu bar, move to [View] > [Sort Entities] > [Type > ID].
Sort items with the type in priority over the ID.
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Expand/Collapse Tree
In the menu bar, select [View] > [Expand Tree], or [Collapse Tree].
This will show or hide all tree nodes.
Refresh Tree
In the menu bar, select [View] > [Refresh Tree], or right-click any area in
View Tree and select a desired item in the context menu.
The tree will be updated with latest data.
24_ Setup Tool
To find a device in different view trees
1. In the Logical View Tree, select a camera or alarm
out.
2. Right-click it and select [Go to Device] in the
context menu.
The icon of the selected device will be displayed
selected in the Physical View Tree.
 Setup Tool
3. If you select a camera or alarm out in the Logical
or Physical View Tree, and right-click it to select
[View in other tree] in the context menu, the icon
of the selected device will be displayed 'selected'
in the other View Tree.
Physical View Tree
This tree displays only icons of the corresponding
devices, cameras and alarm outs, with which you can
check physical relations with each other.
Camera List
You can select to hide the cameras or alarm-outs from the tree.
To select a desired camera only
1. From the tree, select ones that you want to
exclude from the selected cameras.
2. Click [
cameras”.
] to move them to “Unselected
3. Click [Apply].
must exit all other viewers when editing the
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camera list.
`` The camera list settings are applied the same to
all viewers.
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Setup Tool
Profile List
You can opt to hide a specific profile of a camera from the tree.
To view only the profiles of your choice
1. Select the profiles of a selected camera to
exclude from the tree view.
2. Click [
profiles”.
] to move them to “Unselected
3. Click [Apply].
must exit all other viewers when editing the
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profile list.
`` The profile list settings will be applied the same to
all viewers.
Running Other Viewer
You can run other NET-i viewer viewer right on the current screen.
Select [Tools] > application in the menu bar, or click a
button corresponding to the application in the tool bar.
more information, refer to the user guide of
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the applicable device.
26_ Setup Tool
Site Management
As you can group cameras and alarm-outs by the area using Site in the Logical View Tree, you can find a particular
camera with ease if there exist a number of registered cameras and, furthermore, you can create a map to load it to
a site.
To create a site
)] in the tool bar.
 Setup Tool
Select [Entity] > [Create] > [Site] in the menu bar, or click [Site(
To edit a site
1. Select a site in the tree.
2. Enter a name, description and map URL.
`` You can rename the site using the [F2] shortcut.
3. Click [Apply].
4. To cancel your settings, click [Cancel].
To create a group
From the Logical View Tree, drag and drop camera
or alarm icons to a particular group name.
To delete a site
1. Select a site in the tree.
2. Select [Entity] > [Delete] in the menu bar, or select [Delete] in the context menu.
To configure a map
1. Enter a URL for the map that you created.
To find a map file in your PC, click [Find File (
`` Only maps in the HTML format are supported.
)].
2. Click [Go].
You will move to the registered URL window.
Notice about setting up Map URL of the site
Please provide the address of the HTML file that you created for monitoring purposes.
you enter a web site address in the map URL bar and monitor the site using Live Viewer, you may experience
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problems, caused by undefined mutual operation between web site and Live Viewer. In particular, if
an address of the HTML viewer for SNT-1010 video server or SCC-C6475 IP Smart Dome camera is provided, we
can not guarantee that all functions available in the main screen of each device work properly.
viewer provides two types of map :
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1) XML-based map : This is available in Map Viewer.
2) HTML-based map : To use a map in Live Viewer, create a map by using the Map application provided by
NET-i viewer package and register it with the site using Setup.
- These two types of map are not compatible with each other.
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Setup Tool
Layout Management
You can set to monitor videos from cameras that are installed in the same location, on a single screen.
- One layout can be configured with up to 64 videos or maps.
Create a layout where you can check the configuration information of cameras and sites belonging to the layout.
Use Live Viewer if you want to monitor the video while configuring the layout.
Configure the screen according to the area, which may help you find a specific area later.
To create a layout
From the menu bar, select [Entity] > [Create] >
[Layout] or click [Layout ( )] to select a desired tile
pattern.
The created layout will be added to the Logical View
Tree.
To edit a layout
1. Select a layout in the tree.
2. Provide a name and description for the layout in the Setup window, and click [Apply].
- To rename the layout, select [Rename] in the context menu, or use the [F2] shortcut.
- From the menu bar, select [Entity] > [Rename].
To delete a layout
1. Select a layout to delete in the tree.
2. You can use the following methods to delete a layout :
- From the menu bar, select [Entity] > [Delete].
- Select [Delete] in the context menu.
- Click [
] in the tool bar.
- Press the [Delete] key on the keyboard.
exists just one layout, you can not delete it.
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layout currently monitored in Live Viewer can be also deleted.
- Refer to "Live Viewer>Using Layouts". (+ page 49~50)
28_ Setup Tool
System Setup
Option
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Options] tab in the tree.
 Setup Tool
3. Specify each item as you need.
• Manual Recording
- When the manual recording starts, the
recording file is created in the designated recording file path.
- By default, the path is set to “Installation Path\
Media\Record”.
• Image capture related settings
- Capture Path : You can select path for saving captured files.
- Capture Format : You can select capture format for the captured files. (BMP/JPEG)
• Logo Image File : You can enter your own logo
image into the UI of NET-i viewer program.
Set path for logo image to be used.
• Instant Replay Time : This setting is used by
Instant Replay function. The recorded video is
displayed from registered values of Instant
Replay Time from the ending part of recorded
video.
• Sequence Time : If Sequence is executed for layout in Live Viewer, layouts are displayed one by one in
sequence. At this time, one layout is displayed for the time set by this setting.
• Language : You can select a language for the UI of NET-i viewer program.
• Tile text : You can change the font and color of a camera title that is displayed in the bottom of the video
tile.
• Default manual recording length : Press the [Record] button in the viewer to specify the manual
recording time. The allowed time range is between 2 minutes and 24 hours.
- The default is 10 minutes.
• Keep aspect ratio : You can select aspect ratio for video playback in Tile.
When checked, the videos are displayed with the source aspect ratio.
• Show Rules of Intelligent video analysis : You can select to display the smart video analysis rules over
the video.
• Show OSD : Display the time and date of the current video
• Apply Camera Title : You can select to display the camera name as the device name.
• Stop video receiving of other channels in [Expand Tile] mode : The live viewer will release the reception
of the video from the remaining channels in [Expand Tile] mode.
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Setup Tool
Initializing NET-i viewer Settings
You can restore NET-i viewer Settings to the default.
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Initialize] tab in the tree.
3. Select an item to reset.
• All : You can initialize all items.
• User Setting : You can initialize user settings.
The settings are set to the default values.
• Device Setting : You can erase device settings.
This option includes the initialization of Record
Data.
4. Click [Initialize].
If you reset [User Setting], the password will be
reset to "4321", too.
default password can be exposed to a hacking thread so it is recommended to change the password after
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installing the product.
Note that the security and other related issues caused by the unchanged password shall be responsible for the
user.
Importing/Exporting NET-i viewer Settings
You can export the device information, and user settings of NET-i viewer on the current PC to NET-i viewer
installed on other PC.
Recording information can not be imported or exported.
Export
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Export] tab in the tree.
3. Click [
file.
] to specify a path to save the settings
4. Select an item from [Device Setting] and
[User Setting].
• Device Setting : Select this option to export
device settings from the currently running
NET-i viewer.
• User Setting : Select this option to export user
settings from the currently running NET-i viewer.
5. Click [Export].
This will export the selected setting.
30_ Setup Tool
Import
You can import a setting file from other PC to the current NET-i viewer.
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Import] tab in the tree.
3. Click [
file.
] to specify a path to import the setting
 Setup Tool
4. Select an item from [Device Setting] and
[User Setting].
• Device Setting : Select a device file to import.
You will see the [Device Setting] option
checked by now.
• User Setting : Select a user setting file to
import.
You will see the [User Setting] option checked
by now.
MM `` Unchecking this option will not execute [Import] even if a setting file is selected.
Audio
You can specify the audio transfer/reception mode.
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Audio] tab in the tree.
3. Select one from [Talk/Listen].
• Full Duplex : You can listen and talk
simultaneously.
• Half Duplex : You can either talk or listen at a
time.
That is, if you talk while listening, listening is
automatically disabled and only taking is
active.
4. Click [Apply].
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Setup Tool
Event
You can set the NET-i viewer to produce event sound on events of Alarm, Motion, Intelligent Video Analysis.
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Event] tab.
3. Specify [Live Event Sound].
• Use Event Sound : You can choose to use the
event sound.
• Event Sound Path : Specify a sound file path.
• Sound Duration : Specify the sound duration.
• Sound Test : Check the event sound.
4. Select [Play PreAlarm].
You can view the video recorded at the alarmoccurred time by selecting an item from the Alarm
tab in Alarm Message area of Live Viewer.
This will show you the recorded video for as long as the preset time of Play PreAlarm from based on the
alarm-triggered point.
5. Provide details as necessary in the [Map Ack Event] pane.
You can select to automatically display the Live video for an event that occurs in the map viewer.
You can select desired event from Alarm, Motion, Intelligent Video Analysis, and Audio Detection. If you
encounter too frequent occurrence of events, you can specify the event ignorance time.
6. Check the [Display Tile Event] option.
If this is checked, the tile of an event occurring from a monitoring camera will be highlighted in yellow.
Map Viewer
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Map Viewer] tab.
3. Click [
] to specify a saving path.
4. Specify [Arrangement Property] and
[Background Image], respectively.
• Arrangement Property : You can specify the
default image to display when you double-click
on a camera icon in the map page of Map
Viewer.
• Background Image : You can decide how to
arrange the specified background image in the
map page.
5. Click [Apply].
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Updater
1. Select [System] in the view tree.
2. Select the [Updater] tab.
3. Use the provided buttons to perform an update,
or configure settings for the update.
 Setup Tool
• Execute NET-i Updater : Executes
NET-i viewer Updater program manually.
• Set Updater : You can set to auto-update.
• Update : You can immediately check updates.
User
You can change the password of Admin, Operator,
or User as needed.
The password change is applied from the next login.
Permissions with the account are as follows :
• admin : Can use all viewers with the complete
functions.
• operator : Can use all viewers except for the Setup
tool.
• user : Can use only Live Viewer, and functions
such as user disconnection and manual recording
are not allowed.
MM `` The default password is "4321" at installation or after initialization.
`` You can enter up to 10 solely numeric characters for the password.
default password can be exposed to a hacking thread so it is recommended to change the password after
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installing the product.
Note that the security and other related issues caused by the unchanged password shall be responsible for the user.
System Log
• Log saving duration : You can specify the period
for the logs to be stored.
• Select logs to store : Check the respective log
items to store.
• Delete the saved log : Deletes all stored logs.
• Open the log saving path : The Windows Explorer
shows you the path where the logs are stored.
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Live Viewer
You can monitor live videos and events from multiple cameras.
Name and Function of Each Control
a
b
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d
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34_ Live Viewer
Area
Item
Device
Connect
You can connect to each device.
Exit
Exits Live Viewer.
Disconnect
Camera Tree Window
Camera Controls Window
Messages Window
Tool bar
Expansion Monitor
Full Screen
Remove the Selected Tile
Record Selected Tile(s)
Remote record the
selected tile
Capture
Print
a
Menu
Tile
Tile Expansion
Acknowledge Event
Alarm Reset
Show Counting graph
PTZ Control
Digital Zoom
Remove All
Ack All Tiles
Insert
Remove
Layout
Rename…
Save
Save All
Reload
You can disconnect from each device.
Shows or hides the camera tree window.
Shows or hides the camera controls window.
Shows or hides the message window.
 Live Viewer
View
Description
Shows or hides the tool bar.
You can select and add up to 3 expansion monitors.
Enlarges the monitoring area in full screen.
Removes the selected Tile.
Records the selected tile(s). (manual recording available)
You can record the selected tile remotely.
Captures the snapshot of the video of the selected tile when the
button is pressed and saves it as a file.
You can set the file path extension for the snapshot file in Setup Tool.
You can capture the video of the selected tile when the button and
print it.
Expands the selected tile or restores it to the original.
Cancels the alarm of the selected tile.
Resets event of the selected device, and cancels alarm.
You can view the counting graph that displays the counting status.
You can control the PTZ of the camera of the selected tile from a
remote location.
You can use digital zoom function for the cameras that do not
support zoom function.
Deletes all the contents of the current layout.
Video or map is deleted from the current layout.
Does Ack for all the tiles where alarm or motion occurs in the current
layout.
Adds a layout.
You can create a layout or add an already created layout to the layout
list of the monitor.
Deletes the currently activated layout from the layout list of the
activated monitor.
However, you cannot delete it from the tree. You can delete it from
the tree in Setup.
Renames a layout.
Saves changed layout configuration.
You can change layout pattern and locate a particular camera on a
particular tile.
Saves the changes in all the layouts registered to the monitor.
Refreshes layout list information by reading it from the DB.
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Live Viewer
Area
a
Item
Tools
Menu
Search Viewer
Launches Search Viewer.
Setup Tool
Executes Setup Tool.
Map Viewer
Find Object
Help
Search Viewer
Information…
Help
Setup Tool
Expansion Monitor
Tool Bar
Capture
Print
Remove the Selected Tile
Remove All
Ack All Tiles
Camera Tree
EX-AUX
8 Direction Buttons
Enter Button
PTZ Speed Control
Switch to the Menu Mode
Zoom in
Zoom out
Open IRIS
Close IRIS
36_ Live Viewer
You can view the version of Live Viewer.
It will be supported later.
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Search Viewer] menu.
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Map Viewer] menu.
This function is the same as [View] > [Expansion Monitor] menu.
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Save Snapshot] menu.
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Print Snapshot] menu.
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Remove] menu.
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Remove All] menu.
Volume Control, Mute
c
PTZ Control
Camera
Control Area
You can find an entity by name from the tree.
This function is the same as [Tile] > [View All Tile Event] menu.
Volume
d
Executes the Map Viewer.
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Setup Tool] menu.
Map Viewer
b
Description
You can view entities registered to NET-i viewer at a glance.
You can select a camera and monitor real-time video.
You can select an alarm, and generate or stop the alarm from a
remote location.
You can control EX-AUX.
You can pan or tilt a camera in 8 directions from a remote location.
Use this to select a menu item in the camera menu mode.
You can control the speed of panning and tilting in 8 directions.
Use this to switch to Menu mode for a camera.
Use this to enlarge a video.
Use this to shrink a video.
Opens the IRIS.
Closes the IRIS.
Area
Item
Focus far
Adjusts the focus farther.
Power PTZ
You can control PTZ by clicking or dragging over a video.
Focus near
Area Zoom
d
Camera
Control Area
Original Size
Preset
Group/Scan
Swing/Autopan
Trace/Pattern
Tour
Digital Zoom
Alarm
Motion
Zoom in
Zoom out
Deselect
Intelligent video analysis
Video Loss
e
Message
Area
Audio Detection
System Log
Device Log
Scroll Lock
Clear List
f
Monitoring
Area
Edit layouts
Sequence
Adjusts the focus nearer.
Controls PTZ to fill the tile with the area selected by dragging on the
screen.
Sets the zoom ratio to original x1.
 Live Viewer
PTZ Control
Description
You can use the Preset function.
You can use the Group/Scan functions.
You can use the Swing/Autopan functions.
You can use the Trace/Pattern functions.
You can use the Tour function.
The video will be zoomed-in shrinking the selected area.
The video will be zoomed-out expanding the selected area.
The selected area will be released.
You can check events (such as Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, Audio
Detection and Intelligent Video Analysis) from the device.
You can view the real-time screen from the camera that is generating
the event.
You can find the camera that is generating an event from the
registered layout.
You can promptly play back the recording of the event.
You can view failure reason when your request has been failed.
You can view events occurred in NET-i viewer.
Shows events from devices other than alarm, motion and video loss events.
Sets so that a list is not automatically scrolled.
This is applied to alarm, motion, video loss, and system log tabs.
Deletes all the contents of the list.
This is applied to alarm, motion, video loss, and system log tabs.
You can add, modify and delete a layout.
Shows layouts registered to the monitor in order.
You can set up time to display a layout in Setup Tool.
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Live Viewer
Viewing Windows
You can use [View] in the menu bar to enable or disable the display of five areas.
From [View] in the menu bar, select a menu item to show or hide.
-- You can choose to show or hide one of 5 areas : Camera Tree Window, Camera
Controls Window, Messages Window, Toolbar, and Full Screen.
Ex) If you choose to display [Full Screen] only, you can expand the application window to full screen.
➜
you change the monitor setting while NET-i viewer is running, the screen may not display the image. Thus, exit
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viewer before you try to change the monitor settings.
`` In this case, restarting NET-i viewer will restore operation.
38_ Live Viewer
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Tile Setup
You can configure the settings of the current video in the tile area.
Live Viewer Tree
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Each displayed entity shows a number next to the entity name. The number is
the entity is displayed in the Monitoring area. If the tile is activated, the number turns red.
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To view the camera for monitoring in an empty tile
- Double-click a camera to monitor in the tree.
- Select the context menu for the camera.
- Select a camera in the tree, press the [Enter] key.
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- From the tree, click the Camera icon and select [Add Video] in the context
menu.
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• For a multiple monitor system, you can select a desired monitor in the context menu.
To view live video from the selected camera in a desired tile
1. Select a camera in the tree.
2. Drag and drop it into a desired tile.
To change the video position
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2. Drag and drop it into a different position.
The two selected tiles are interchanged.
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`` You can not monitor the same camera in more than one tile simultaneously.
Ex1) You can not monitor the same camera in more than one Live or Map Viewer.
Ex2) The camera under monitoring in Live Viewer can not be displayed in Map Viewer simultaneously.
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Live Viewer
To remove the selected tile
1. Select a tile to remove.
2. You can use the following methods to delete the tile :
- From the menu bar, select [Tile] > [Remove (Selected)].
- Select [Remove (Selected)] in the tool bar.
- Select [Remove Tile] in the context menu.
- Press the [Delete], or [Backspace] key on the keyboard.
• For a tile being recorded manually, the recording will be terminated
automatically.
• For a tile being Listened to, the Listen operation is automatically
terminated. For a tile being Talked about, the Talk operation is
automatically terminated.
To close all videos related to a specific camera
1. Select a camera in the tree.
2. Select [Remove Tile] in the context menu.
❖❖ To check the tile status
- If a camera is active and placed on a tile, the video image of the
camera will be displayed on the tile.
- If you select a tile, the tile will be marked with a red boarder.
- If an alarm event occurs from a camera, the background color of the
corresponding tile turns yellow except for the video area. The number
of alarms occurred is shown under the Alarm Indicator sign ( )
in the Tool Bar area.
40_ Live Viewer
To monitor by selecting a site
❖❖ To monitor all cameras in a specific site simultaneously
1. Select a site in the tree.
 Live Viewer
2. Drag and drop it to a tile.
Double-click a site in the tree.
Select [Add Video] in the context menu.
Select a site in the tree and press the [Enter] key.
cameras in a site outnumber the tiles, you can display videos on
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tiles as available, while, in a multiple monitor system, you can
display the other videos on the second monitor.
❖❖ To monitor using a map
1. Select [Add Site Map] in the context menu of a site in the tree.
2. While the [Ctrl] key is pressed, double-click it, or drag and drop it to a tile.
To Record the Selected Video Locally
The camera tree contains cameras, layouts and sites that are created using the Setup Tool.
Each entity in the camera tree will be shown with a tile number next to it on which the entity is displayed.
If the tile is activated, the number turns red.
1. Select a tile.
2. From the menu bar, select [Tile] > [Record the selected tile(s)].
Select the [Record] button that is located on the tile.
Select [Recording start/stop] in the context menu of the tile.
Use shortcut keys available. (+ pages 91~92)
`` Recording proceeds for the time specified in Setup, and will be stopped
automatically when it expires.
You can search for and play recorded videos using Search Viewer.
You cannot record a map or empty tile.
Manual recording allows with recording only one channel at a time.
If recording fails, you can check reasons of that failure in the system logs.
`` To remove the USB storage device during the recording, perform “Safe To
Remove Hardware” before removing the USB device.
If you just remove the USB device without performing the process above, the program will be “unresponsive” or you
may have to restart the system.
To Record the Selected Video Remotely
1. Select a tile.
2. From the menu bar, select [Tile] > [Remote record the selected tile(s)].
Select the [Remote Recording] button that is located on the tile.
Select [Recording start/stop] in the context menu of the tile.
`` Remote recording is capable when the device supports such function.
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Live Viewer
To Capture a Snapshot
1. Select a tile to capture.
2. From the menu bar, select [Tile] > [Capture].
Select [Capture] button in the tool bar.
Select [Capture] in the context menu of the tile.
`` The snapshot is saved into the path specified in Setup, in the image file format also specified in Setup.
To Print a Snapshot
1. Select a tile to print.
2. From the menu bar, select [Print].
Select [Print] in the tool bar.
Select [Print] in the context menu of the tile.
`` In the top left corner (title bar) of the Print toolbar, the camera name will be
displayed while the date and time will be displayed to the right.
42_ Live Viewer
Deinterlace
You can perform deinterlacing on the tile video.
1. Select a tile to deinterlace.
2. Right-click the tile.
The context sensitive menu for the selected tile will appear.
 Live Viewer
3. Click [Deinterlacing].
It will switch to “ON”.
`` By default, it is set to “OFF”.
4. To cancel the deinterlacing, click the menu again.
Synch With the Joystick
By connecting the joystick to the PC, you can control the PTZ operations in the Viewer.
1. Right-click any area in the tile.
The context sensitive menu will appear.
2. Select [SPC-2000].
It will switch to “ON”.
`` This will apply to all tiles in the viewer.
`` This will be activated only if the joystick is connected.
3. To deactivate the joystick, click the menu again.
The joystick will be also disabled if you disconnect it from the PC.
MM `` The joystick cannot be used simultaneously in both Live Viewer and Map Viewer.
`` This function works properly in the NET-i viewer-compliant operating systems.
`` If you do not make an axial correction, this function may not work properly depending on the model.
To view the counting graph
You can view the counting graph that displays the counting status.
1. Select a tile for which you want to create the counting graph.
2. Right-click the selected tile.
The context menu of the selected tile will be displayed.
3. Click [Show Counting graph].
The counting graph web page for the camera will appear.
`` This button is available only for a camera model that supports people counting.
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Live Viewer
Camera Control
PTZ Control
You can control the PTZ operation of multiple cameras in a remote site.
❖❖ Basic PTZ
1. Select a tile to control the PTZ operation.
2. From the menu bar, select [Tile] > [PTZ Control], or
select
the PTZ tab in the camera controls area.
a
b
c
3. Activation of this button depends on whether the
camera in the selected tile supports PTZ.
d
4. Use the buttons to try to execute each PTZ command. e
`` You can control the operation of Pan, Tilt, Zoom, and Speed g
with shortcut keys. (+ pages 91~92)
f
h
i
j
k
`` You can control the operations of Pan, Tilt, Zoom, and Speed
using the joystick.
MM `` In a low-speed network, the PTZ operation may seem delayed due to a delay of video display.
`` PTZ Control buttons are activated only when the camera supports such functions.
Item
Description
Menu
Displays the menu items of the selected camera.
b
ESC
Move one level up.
c
EX-AUX
You can control EX-AUX.
d
Pan/Tilt
e
Zoom In
a
Zoom Out
Use the 8 direction buttons to navigate through the menu items.
By adjusting the Speed Slider using the mouse button, you can control the camera
movement speed. The slider appears only if the device supports the functions.
Enlarges the image.
Shrinks the image.
You can control the iris to adjust the intensity of radiation.
f
Open/Close IRIS
g
Original Size
Sets the zoom ratio to original x1.
Power PTZ,
Area Zoom
Perform Power PTZ or Area Zoom.
h
i
Focus Near/Far
Adjusts the focus nearer or farther.
j
Function Keys
Preset, Group/Scan, Swing/Autopan, Trace/Pattern, Tour
k
Direction keys
Move to the desired menu.
44_ Live Viewer
❖❖ Preset
If you click Preset in the camera controls area, the Preset window appears where you can : view preset list,
add/edit preset, and delete all presets. To move to the selected preset, simply double-click the preset in
[Preset Window].
❖❖ Group/Scan, Swing/Autopan, Trace/Pattern, Tour
Operations of View List, and Move are available, but Add, Edit, and Delete are not possible.
2. Swing/Autopan : These functions travel back and forth between 2 preset points that you specified so that
you can monitor the moving trace.
3. Trace/Pattern : Use these functions to save or play the pattern command that you instructed using the
controller.
4. Tour : This is to call a group and its presets in order and to monitor the overall process.
❖❖ To use Power PTZ
1. Select a tile and select the PTZ tab in the camera controls area, then click [Power PTZ].
2. Click over the selected image or drag & drop it to control.
3. The Power PTZ button appears only if the selected tile supports Power PTZ.
- Power PTZ is a toggle button of which the default is set to On.
- The status of Power PTZ is commonly applied to all tiles.
❖❖ Key features of Power PTZ
To control Pan/Tilt
Use the cursor to select a position on the selected video to which you want to move.
The selected position will be moved to the center of the video image.
To zoom in
1. Click on a desired point.
2. Drag to the bottom left direction and release the mouse button.
The camera angle adjusts so that the image in the center of the dragged rectangular area moves to the
center of the tile, which will be, then, zoomed in according to the dragging area.
To zoom out
1. Click on a desired point.
2. Drag to the top right direction and release the mouse button.
The camera angle adjusts so that the image in the center of the dragged rectangular area moves to the
center of the tile, which will be, then, zoomed out according to the dragging area.
❖❖ To use Area Zoom
1. Select a tile, select the PTZ tab on the camera controls, and then click [Area Zoom] button.
2. On the selected tile’s screen, click or drag to control the zooming area by using the mouse.
3. The [Area Zoom] button is activated only when the selected tile supports Area Zoom function.
- Area Zoom mode is toggled, and its default setting is “On”.
- Area Zoom mode affects all tiles commonly.
- From the context menu of the tile, you can also perform Area Zoom or normal zooming.
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 Live Viewer
1. Group/Scan : The Group function enables you to group multiple presets, swings or traces before calling
them in sequence.
Live Viewer
❖❖ Main features of Area Zoom
To control Pan/Tilt
Click on the desired position on the selected video screen to move the camera framing.
Camera is controlled to center the selected position.
To zoom in
1. Click the mouse button.
2. Drag to set the area to enlarge and release the mouse button.
Camera is controlled to fill the tile with the rectangular area dragged.
Digital Zoom
1. Select a tile.
2. In the camera controls area, select the
[Digital Zoom] tab.
From the menu bar, select [Tile] > [Digital Zoom].
Select [Digital Zoom] in the context menu of the selected
tile.
`` The Digital Zoom function is available with cameras that do not
support zooming.
If you click the [Remove] button, the selected area will be canceled
and the screen size returns to 100%.
Zoom In/Out
Real-time Event Monitoring
Displays events of Alarm, Motion, Intelligent Video Analysis, Video Loss, Audio Detection as well as System Log and
Device Log in real-time.
On an event of Alarm, Motion, Intelligent Video Analysis and Audio Detection detected in a monitoring screen, the
corresponding tile is bordered with yellow line and the user can acknowledge the event once confirmed.
viewer Event Filtering.
MM `` NET-i
- The same event will be shown only once even if it occurs multiple times within 10 seconds.
- This is because, If the same event occurs repeatedly, it makes the user difficult to identify the event and also
aggravate workload of the viewer.
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Viewing Events
Alarm
Displays a list of alarm events occurred from a device.
Motion
Displays a list of motion events occurred from a device.
Video Loss
Displays a list of video loss events occurred from a device.
Audio Detection
Shows the Audio Detection events on the device.
Note that this function may not supported by a certain device.
System Log
Displays a history of internal events, error logs and causes.
Device Log
Displays logs of device events.
Note that this function may not supported by a certain device.
However, this function may not be available, depending on the device.
Scroll Lock
Deactivates auto scrolling.
Clear List
Clears all events listed in each tab.
To view the event recording remotely
Select an item from the event log, open the context menu and select [Play Back Event Record].
User can view the event recording of the remote site that is recorded at the moment of Alarm, Motion, Video
Loss and Intelligent Video Analysis event.
Alarm Control
Alarm Control enables you to check the number of alarm occurrences and the alarm out status, with remote control
of the alarm out activated. In the tree, select [Alarm On] in the context menu of the alarm out.
Alarm Reset
Resets event of the selected device, and cancels alarm.
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 Live Viewer
Intelligent Video Analysis
A device generates the Intelligent Video Analysis events according to the configured rules and such an event
is indicated.
Live Viewer
Talk
You can listen to the input sound to a DVR-connected microphone in a remote location.
To start or stop Talk by selecting a tile
The [Talk] button is displayed only for a Talk-supported tile.
You can check cameras in Talk mode in the Live Viewer, Search Viewer
and Setup Tool trees.
one camera can Talk at a time.
MM `` Only
Ex) If you press Talk for the second camera in the Map Viewer while the first one is Talking in the Live Viewer, the
second one starts Talking and the first one will automatically terminate Talking.
Listen
To start or stop Listen by selecting a tile
Select the [Listen] button that is located on the tile.
This button toggles between ON and OFF.
Only for a tile supporting the Listen function, the [Listen] button is displayed.
Mute
This will mute the sound.
Select the [Speaker] button in the Tool bar.
This button toggles between ON and OFF.
Volume Control
Adjust the volume in the tool bar.
`` Refer to shortcut keys. (+ pages 91~92)
You can adjust the volume according to the tile.
You can adjust the volume if the volume level of a specific device is higher or lower than those of the others.
one camera can Listen at a time in each viewer.
MM `` Only
Ex) While camera #1 is Listening in Live Viewer, camera #2 in Map Viewer can still Listen.
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Using Layouts
To monitor by selecting a layout
❖❖ To register a layout with a monitor
In the tree, double-click a layout or drag and drop it into a desired monitor.
You can register multiple monitors with a selected monitor.
However, one layout cannot be added to more than one monitor simultaneously.
❖❖ To view a layout
You can select one in a list of registered layouts with the monitor for monitoring purposes.
If you select a different layout, all videos in the current layout will be stopped, and the operation of manual
recording, Listen, and Talk will be terminated accordingly.
❖❖ To close a layout
- Use the [Ctrl + Backspace] or [Ctrl + Delete] shortcuts on the keyboard.
- Select [Remove All] in the tool bar.
- From the menu bar, select [Remove All].
can close all videos and maps on the current layout at once, and the operation of manual recording, Listen,
MM `` You
and Talk will be terminated accordingly.
❖❖ To view in sequence mode
Select the [Sequence] button in the upper corner of the layout.
In sequence mode, you can view all layouts registered with the monitor
one by one, according to the time setting in Setup.
- The expansion monitor also supports the sequence function.
- The extension monitor system can operate properly and perform the
sequence function only if no layout in more than 5x5 exists in the main monitor.
To insert a layout
You can create a new layout, or load an existing one.
If the expansion monitor is currently active, the layout will be added to an active monitor.
1. From the menu bar, select [Layouts] > [Insert...], or click the Insert
button in the upper corner of the layout.
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 Live Viewer
From the tree, you can also select a layout in the context menu of the layout icon and add it to a selected
monitor.
Live Viewer
2. From the “Insert Layout” window, select [Create a New Layout].
3. Specify the location of the layout to be displayed in the tree, and
select a layout name and a tile pattern.
Selecting [Insert an Existing Layout] will enable you to select one
from the existing layouts.
4. Click [OK].
- If any one of the extension monitors is active, you cannot add a layout
in 5x5 or higher to the main monitor.
- You cannot add a layout in 5x5 or higher to the extension monitor.
- If the sequence operation is active when you add a layout, the
sequence operation will be stopped.
To remove a layout
From the menu bar, select [Layouts] > [Remove], or
click the Remove button in the upper corner of the
layout.
For a multiple monitor system, the current layout will
be removed from an active monitor.
To edit a layout
From the menu bar, select [Layouts] > [Rename...], or click the Rename button in the upper corner of the
layout.
For a multiple monitor system, the current layout will be renamed in an active monitor.
To save a layout
1. From the menu bar, select [Layouts] > [Save], or click the Save button in the upper corner of the layout.
2. By selecting Save, you can save the settings of the currently active layout.
Videos that are not currently displayed are automatically stopped and, the operations of recording, Listen,
and Talk to the videos are terminated accordingly.
To save all layouts
1. From the menu bar, select [Layouts] > [Save All], or click the Insert button in the upper corner of the
layout.
2. Settings of all layouts on the active monitor will be saved.
To reload a layout
1. From the menu bar, select [Layouts] > [Reload], or click the Reload button in the upper corner of the
layout.
2. A list of layouts on the active monitor will be displayed again.
Then, layout settings that are not saved will be lost.
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Find Object
To find a device or camera
• Find a device or camera with the name in the tree.
• Find a camera by selecting an active tile.
• Find a site by selecting a map tile.
 Live Viewer
To find a tile
• Select a camera in the tree to find the corresponding video.
• Select a site in the tree to find a map.
• Select an alarm log to find the real-time video of a camera that
produces the alarm event.
• Select a motion log to find the real-time video of a camera that
produces the motion event.
• Select a video loss log to find the real-time video of a camera that
produces the video loss event.
- For a multiple monitor system, active monitors will be searched in
priority.
Viewing Information
To view information
You can check the camera, device, site, and layout
information.
• Select [Properties] in the context menu of a tree
icon.
• Select an icon in the tree, and press the [Space]
key on the keyboard.
• In the context menu of a tile, select [Camera
Properties].
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Live Viewer
To view media information
You can check the information of third-party media.
• In the context menu of a tile, select [Media
Properties].
• Select a tile, and press the [Space] key.
camera supports ATC and ATC is turned on,
MM `` Ifthetheresolution,
image quality and frame rate of
received video displayed on the Live Viewer may
be lower than the actual settings configured to
the camera.
`` See Properties to check if ATC is supported or
not.
`` See Media Properties to check if ATC is
performed or not.
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Search Viewer
Name and Function of Each Control
a
b
d
c
e
f
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 Search Viewer
The Search Viewer application is a program that enables searching for and
playing video recorded by Manual Recording or Scheduled Recording.
You can search by date and search for events. You can select and play a search
result.
Search Viewer
Area
Item
Device
Connect…
You can connect to each device.
Exit
Exits Search Viewer.
Disconnect…
Query Generator
Search Result List
ToolBar
Show Timeline for Each
Tile
View
Remove the Selected Tile
Capture
Print
Expand Tile
Digital Zoom
Remove All
Live Viewer
Map Viewer
Setup Tool
Find Object
Execute
Help
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Shows or Hides the tool bar.
Shows Timeline information at the bottom of every file.
4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16 Highlight Partition
Search Result
Tools
Shows or Hides the search result list.
Tile Pattern
System Log
Tile
Shows or Hides Query Generator.
Fits the play area and play control bar to the screen.
Media Clip Search Tool
Menu
You can disconnect from each device.
Full Screen
Remote Search Tool
a
Description
Backup
Backup File Conversion
About
Help
1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64 Identical Partition
7, 10, 13 Free Partition
Activates the Remote Search Tab.
Activates the Media Clip Search tab.
Activates the System Log tab.
Activates the Search Result tab.
Removes the video from the selected tile.
Captures the video snapshot of the selected tile when the button is
pressed and saves it as a file.
Captures the video snapshot of the selected tile when the button is
pressed and prints out.
Enlarges or restores the selected tile’s display size.
Digitally zooms the video of the selected tile.
Removes all videos from the current layout.
Launches Live Viewer.
Launches Map Viewer.
Launches Setup Tool.
You can find an entity by name from the tree.
You can select and backup a search result after a search.
2 file formats are supported. (Samsung’s proprietary format and avi)
You can convert backup file in Samsung’s proprietary format into avi
format.
You can see the version of Search Viewer.
It will be supported later.
Area
b
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Map Viewer] menu.
Setup Tool
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Setup Tool] menu.
Full Screen
This function is the same as [View] > [Full Screen]menu.
Digital Zoom
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Digital Zoom] menu.
Remove the Selected Tile
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Remove the Selected Tile]
menu.
Change Tile Pattern
This function is the same as [View] > [Tile Pattern] menu.
Delete All Tiles
This function is the same as [Tile] > [Remove All Tiles] menu.
Volume
Controls audio play volume. You can also mute the audio.
Remote
Search
Search
Window
Local Search
POS Search
d
Playback
Control
Days including recorded video are displayed.
A date having recorded data will be distinguished.
You can also move to another month and search.
Camera Search
Select the camera to search.
Event Search
Select the event to search.
Explorer
Starts search.
Explorer
You can search manual recordings and backup files in Samsung
format.
Calendar
Select a date for your search.
Input time
Specify the time for your search.
Input text
Type in a keyword.
Others
Select search options as necessary. (Match case, Find whole words
only)
Search
Start your search.
Plays the recorded video.
Play Area
e
This function is the same as [Tools] > [Live Viewer] menu.
Map Viewer
Calendar
c
Description
Step Backward
It is available in Pause state only.
It shows the previous frame on the basis of the current play position.
Play/Pause
Pressing this button toggles between Play and Pause.
Step Forward
It is available in Pause state only.
It shows the next frame on the basis of the current play position.
Reload
Reload the playback information for the timeline.
Timeline
You can view the Timeline information of the recorded video of the
selected tile.
You can select a particular play position.
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Tool bar
Live Viewer
Item
Search Viewer
Area
Zoom In
Item
Zoom Out
Enlarges Timeline bar.
Description
Diminishes Timeline bar.
You can control the play speed.
Playback Speed
You can select a play speed in the Play Speed UI or change the play
speed by dragging.
If you release the mouse button, the play speed will return to normal
speed (1x).
Fast Forward (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64)
Rewind (-1, -2, -4, -8, -16, -32, -64)
e
Playback
Control
f
Search
Result Area
Lock Speed
Slow Playback
You can fix the play speed to your selection even when you release
the mouse button.
You can play a video slowly.
Fast Forward (1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64)
Rewind (-1, -1/2, -1/4, -1/8, -1/16, -1/32, -1/64)
Capture
Captures the snapshot of the current video and saves it as a file.
You can set the file path and format for the snapshot file in Setup.
Print
Prints the snapshot of the current video.
Reload Timeline
Reloads the timeline.
Lock Timeline
Locks / unlocks the timeline.
Go to the Previous Timeline
Moves to the previous timeline.
Go to the Next Timeline
Moves to the next timeline.
Search Result
You can view search result.
System Log
You can view system log.
Play
Play the video of the selected search result.
Thumbnail View
Display the thumbnail of the selected search result.
Overlapped Data
Check for a recording data item where the timelines are overlapped.If
any is found, you can select it for playback or backup purpose.
Clear list
You can delete all the contents of the list.
Scroll Lock
You can set so that list is not automatically scrolled when an item is
added to the list.
Backup
This function is the same as [Excute] > [Backup] menu.
Backup File Conversion
This function is the same as [Excute] > [Backup File Conversion]
menu.
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View
Displaying and hiding areas.
You can set the display of query generator, search result list and tool bar
using the options in the [View] menu.
Ex) Once the Tool bar is unchecked, the Tool Bar area will disappear.
 Search Viewer
❖❖ To display the timeline on each tile
You can set to display timelines for each tile by selecting [View] > [Show
Timeline for Each Tile].
❖❖ To display in full screen
Select [View] > [Full Screen].
The title bar, tool bar, Query Generator and search result list disappear and
the screen is enlarged to the monitor size.
❖❖ To change the tile pattern
1. Select [View] > [Tile Pattern].
2. Select a desired tile pattern.
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Search Viewer
Searching
You can search recorded data from the unit. You can search recordings and backup files in REC1 format.
To search for a video by selecting a date
You can search for a video file by selecting a date.
1. Select the desired storage’s tab and select a camera for your search.
2. Select the target month by using the previous/next month buttons.
3. A date having recorded data is indicated with blue rectangle.
4. Select a date that has saved video.
5. Click the Search button.
You can search for the video data recorded at selected date.
Viewing the Query Result List
Lists the search results by the camera.
Entity
Item
Storage
Start Time
Stop Time
Preview
Overlapped Data
Clear List
Shows the camera name.
Description
Shows the storage device storing the data.
Start time of the recording session.
Stop time of the recording session.
Shows the Timeline information.
Check for a recording data item where the timelines are overlapped. If any is found, you
can select it for playback or backup purpose.
Deletes all the contents of the Query Result list.
• You can sort by each field for your review.
• You can check the statistics information.
• An overlapped data item can be selected only if you search for a single device.
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Remote Search, if a limited camera that only supports exclusive search and another user has the privilege, the
MM `` Incheckbox
will be deactivated with a message of “Not Allowed.” in the system log when attempted.
- Devices without exclusive search permission can be selected in their respective checkbox at any time.
`` If you are the only one who has the permission, the checkbox will be activated where you can select to search or
play.
- Devices without exclusive search permission can be selected in their respective checkbox at any time.
`` If you try to uncheck the camera in playback, it fails with a message of “You can’t uncheck a camera that is
currently in playback.”; if you want to uncheck it, close the play screen of the current camera and try again.
of “Not Allowed.” appeared in the System Log.
`` To release the search privilege of a device, you must uncheck all channels of the corresponding device.
- Ex) For a 4 channel DVR, uncheck all of the 4 channels.
`` If other viewer has the search privilege and you try to uncheck the camera, it fails with a message of “Not
Allowed.” appeared in the System Log. In this case, the viewer having the privilege needs to release the camera
before trying again.
(If the device that you want to search is in remote playback on a Map Viewer, all camera playback windows of
corresponding device should be closed to be available for search and playback in Search Viewer.)
❖❖ Timeline Information
The search result includes the Preview, which displays the positions for manual and scheduled recordings
with different colors.
If you double-click any of the Color bar of the Preview in the search result, or place any item on a tile using
drag-and-drop method, it will start playback.
Recording type of the video data appeared in the Preview bar is distinguished by different colors. Refer to the
color information. (+ page 63)
To search for a video by the event
You can search for saved video files by the event.
1. Select [Event Search] tab.
-- Set the time section.
-- Default setting is from 0 o’clock of today to the current
time.
-- You can select only a section within a day.
2. Select the category for search.
• All : Searches for all regardless of the recording type.
• Motion : Searches for a recording section that occurred the
motion.
• Alarm : Searches for a recording section that occurred the
alarm.
• Video Loss : Searches for a recording section that occurred
the video loss.
• Audio Detection : Searches over the recorded interval for Audio Detection events.
• Manual : Searches for a manual recording section.
• Schedule : Searches for a scheduled recording section. (applicable for remote search only)
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 Search Viewer
`` If you make a search and try to play a search result of the unchecked camera in the tree, it fails with a message
Search Viewer
• Passing : Recorded interval that includes an object passes across the specified line in the rule
• Entering : Recorded interval that includes an object enters the specified area in the rule
• Exiting : Recorded interval that includes an object exits the specified area in the rule
• Appearing : Recorded interval that includes an object appears in the specified area in the rule
• Disappearing : Recorded interval that includes an object disappears from the specified area in the rule
• Tampering : Section recorded upon detection of sudden scene changes.
• Face Detect: Recording section within the specified area rules where the face detection is set
• Disconnected network: Recording section where the network is disconnected
• Normal: Recording section where the frame rate is fixed to a certain rate
Viewing the Query Result List
Displays the search results by the recorded sections.
If you are date-searching for three-times manual recording data for a single camera, the search result will be
one occurrence while the event search result will have three occurrences. Thus, you may see the same
camera in multiple lines.
Entity
Item
Storage
Type
Start Time
Stop Time
Descriptions
Clear List
Shows the camera name.
Shows the storage device storing the data.
Shows the event type of the corresponding section.
Start time of the recording session.
Stop time of the recording session.
Shows the additional information.
Deletes all the contents of the Query Result list.
• You can sort by each field.
• You can check the statistics information.
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Description
To search for a video clip
Media clip search enables users with searching and
playing recordings and backup files created by the
Viewer.
Playback can be enabled for only REC1 files while
the AVI format can be played in any commercial
media player.
 Search Viewer
1. Select the Search Local tab.
2. Select a folder.
Viewing the Query Result List
Displays the search results of the video clips in the selected folder.
Displays one search occurrence for one video clip.
Entity
Item
Begin
End
Duration
File Size
Clear List
Scroll Lock
Shows the camera name.
Description
Start time of the recording session of the video clip.
End time of the recording session of the video clip.
Stop Time – Start Time
Shows the file size.
Deletes all the contents of the Query Result list.
Sets so that a list is not automatically scrolled.
• You can sort by each field.
• You can check the statistics information.
Ex) Find a file: 7 Items – (rec1 7 Items)
System Log
If user’s request has failed, the error log will be displayed for your reference.
You can sort by each field.
You can remove all of the system logs.
You can lock the scroll bar to prevent auto scrolling.
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Search Viewer
POS Search
Based on the entered keyword, you can search for a desired POS data item or video.
1. Select the POS Search tab.
2. Select a device to search.
-- Select only a single device at a time.
3. Specify the search range.
-- Use the calendar to specify the date for your search.
-- The search time should belong to the selected date.
4. Type in a keyword.
-- You can enter up to 255 characters in English alphabets.
(Korean alphabets or special characters are limited to 127
characters.)
5. Select search options as necessary.
-- Options available: Match case, Find whole words only
6. Click Search to start your search.
7. You can stop searching at any time during the search by
clicking Cancel.
Viewing the search result list
For the selected device, the list of search results that include the entered keyword will be displayed.
One POS event will take the whole row.
Item
Camera
Event occurrence time
Text
Play
Thumbnail View
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Description
Display the number of the channel where the POS event occurred. (Display of multiple
channels supported)
Display the time that the POS event occurred.
List the match results of your search for the receipt.
Play the video from the camera where the selected POS event occurred.
Display the thumbnail of the selected search result.
MM `` In the search result list, the first result; no sorting is supported.
`` If you access the POS Search tab, exit the tab or make your search gain, the current search result list will be reset.
`` Multiple selection of the search results is not supported.
`` If one search result is found from multiple cameras, the thumbnail view is provided for only the first displayed camera.
Play
`` In POS search mode, the backup function will be disabled.
The point where it starts the playing is the start time of the search result.
From the search result list, drag and drop a desired item to the tile.
Playback Control
❖❖ Controls available
Timeline
Displays the time scales. You can enlarge or reduce the scale by pressing the [Zoom In] or [Zoom Out]
buttons.
Each recorded data is displayed with different colors on the timeline.
MM `` Even if there exist two or more types of recorded video in the same time period, it is represented by one color.
Color
Recording
Type
Gray
Manual
Blue
Motion
Green
Scheduled
Orange
Alarm
Red
Video Loss
Sky-blue
Audio
Detection
Purple
Intelligent
Video Analysis
• Reload Timeline: Reloads the timeline.
• Lock Timeline: Locks / unlocks the timeline.
- Timeline lock status: If the current playback position moves to the end of the current timeline, it
automatically displays the next timeline. However, Go to the Previous Timeline and Go to the next Timeline
are not available if the timeline is locked.
- Timeline unlock status: If the timeline is locked and the playback position crosses over the boarder of the
currently displayed timeline, the next timeline will not be automatically displayed; thus, there may be a
discrepancy between actual playback and timeline. Go to the Previous Timeline and Go to the Next
Timeline are available only if the timeline is unlocked.
• Go to the Previous Timeline: Moves back to the previous timeline section.
• Go to the Next Timeline: Moves forward to the next timeline section.
Step Backward / Play or Pause / Step Forward
You can move backward or forward one frame (Step Backward / Step Forward), and play or pause the
recorded videos (Play / Pause).
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 Search Viewer
To play an item in an empty tile, double-click a desired item in the search result list of search by date / event, or in
the video clip search result list.
Search Viewer
Play Speed
Drag the speed indicator to increase / decrease the
speed.
1) Play Speed Control
a
- Forward Play: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
- Backward Play: -1, -2, -4, -8, -16, -32, -64
- It is returned to normal speed (1x) when mouse dragging is released.
playback
b
c
2) Lock Speed
3) Slow Playback
- Forward Play: 1x, 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x, 1/32x, 1/64x
- Backward Play: -1x, -1/2x, -1/4x, -1/8x, -1/16x, -1/32x, -1/64x
Capture & Print
You can save the snapshot of the current screen in your PC.
Set the capture file path in [System] > [Option] in Setup Tool.
Selecting the [Capture] or [Print] in the menu bar will do the same functions.
Search Bar
You can move to the desired position using the Search Bar, which its time displayed.
Tile
You can delete or enlarge a tile, save a snapshot or print the current frame of
a tile, digital zoom, and delete all tiles.
Select [Tile] from the menu bar and select a desired menu.
To remove the selected tile
Select [Tile] > [Remove Selected Tile] in the menu bar or select [Remove Selected Tile] button in the tool
bar.
`` For remote playback, some devices may limit the number of channels to play simultaneously.
If you try to play beyond the limit, it fails with an error message logged in the System Log.
When you play a recorded data saved in a device, once camera may not be played on more than a tile.
- Depending on the device.
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To capture/print a snapshot
You can save or print a snapshot of the current screen.
1. Select a tile.
2. Select [Tile] > [Capture/Print] or select the desired context menu of the corresponding tile.
`` For further details, refer to “Live Viewer > To capture a snapshot”. (+ page 42)
 Search Viewer
To display a tile in full screen
- Select a tile by choosing the desired tile number.
- After selection, press [E] of the keyboard.
- Select [Expand Tile] in the context menu of the corresponding tile.
Digital Zoom
For digital zoom controls, select [Tile] > [Digital Zoom] in the menu
bar or click the [Digital Zoom] button of the tool bar.
`` For further details, refer to “Live Viewer > Digital Zoom”. (+ page 46)
Deinterlace
You can perform the deinterlacing on the selected tile.
`` For further details, refer to “Live Viewer > Deinterlace”. (+ page 43)
To remove all videos from the layout
Select [Tile] > [Remove All] in the menu bar to remove all items from the tiles.
Listen
You can listen to audio of the file played back in remote and local
playbacks.
However, audio function must be supported by the device.
`` For further details, refer to “Live Viewer > Listen”. (+ page 48)
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Search Viewer
Tools
To execute other viewer
If you want to execute any of two other applications, select [Tools] >
[Live Viewer] or [Setup Tool] in the menu bar.
Or you can click the [Live Viewer] or [Setup Tool] button in the tool bar.
Execute
Backup
Backs up recorded data stored in the remote site.
Backup is enabled only for the date-search results.
Backup for the event-search result is not available.
1. Run the Search Viewer, and select [Backup].
2. Select the [Backup] button on the top of the search result list.
3. Specify the backup settings as follows and press the [Backup] button.
-- Select Camera: Select the camera's checkbox to be backed up.
-- Set Time: Specify the start and end time of the backup.
-- Save Path: Specify the folder path to save the backup file.
-- File Format: Specify the file format of the backup file. (REC1, AVI, SEC file formats are supported.)
-- Set the priority of the backup items.
• REC1: Samsung’s proprietary format that can be played by NET-i viewer alone.
• SEC: Samsung’s proprietary format that can be played without a separate viewer application.
MM `` Remote backup of camera that is currently in playback may not be available, depending on the device.
Searching Video Clip
You can search and play recordings and backup files created by the Viewer.
Backup file in AVI format can be played back with a common media player.
For playing an .avi backup video clip of NET-i Viewer, you can use the free video player to play the video.
`` ex: GOM Player, KM Player, etc
However, the video may not played properly, depending on the CODEC compliance of the player.
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To convert backup file formats
Manual recording files or backup files in REC1 format can be converted into AVI or SEC format.
1. Search the video clip and select a desired one to be converted.
 Search Viewer
2. On the top of the video clip search result list, click the [Backup File
Conversion] button.
Specify the followings in the [Backup File Conversion] window.
-- Select an item to convert.
Specify the priority of the items to convert.
The top item in the list will be processed first.
-- Specify the save path of the converted file.
-- Click the [Convert] button.
To check device properties
You can view the properties of an object in the tree.
- Select [Properties] in the context menu of the tree.
- Select [Properties] in the context menu of the tile.
- After selecting an icon from the tree, press [Space] of the keyboard.
You can view the media properties.
- Select [Properties] in the context menu of the tile.
- After selecting a tile, press [Space] of the keyboard
To view detailed information about a video clip
- Select [Properties] in the context menu after selecting an item from the search result.
To connect/disconnect each device
Select [Device] > [Connect] from the menu bar.
Select [Connect] in the context menu of the camera displayed in the
tree.
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Name and Function of Each Control
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Area
Item
Device
You can connect to each device.
Exit
Terminates the application.
Disconnect
Close
File
Close All
Save
Device Tree
Map Tree
Properties
Tools
Messages
Tool bar
Full Screen
Menu
Tile
Capture
Show Counting graph
New Map
Add Map
Delete Map
Rename Map
View Map
New Map
Live Viewer
Search Viewer
Setup Tool
About
Save Map
Save All
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Tool bar
Shows or hides the device tree window.
Shows or hides the map tree window.
Shows or hides the properties window.
Shows or hides the tools window.
Shows or hides the messages window.
Shows or hides the tool bar.
Displays map screen in full screen mode. ESC cancels full screen mode.
Records the video from the selected tile.
Captures a snapshot of the selected tile’s video.
Saves the snapshot in the image format assigned in Setup.
Prints a snapshot of the selected tile’s video.
You can cancel the selected tile's alarm.
Resets event of the selected device, and cancels alarm.
You can view the counting graph that displays the counting status.
Creates a new map.
Adds an existing map.
Deletes a map.
Renames a map.
Opens a map.
Launches the Live Viewer.
Launches the Search Viewer.
Launches the Setup Tool.
Shows the Map Viewer version.
Creates a new map.
Saves the selected map currently displayed.
Device Tree
Map Tree
View
Saves all maps displayed.
Records the selected tile’s video remotely.
Alarm Reset
Help
Saves the selected map currently displayed.
Remote recording of the
selected tile
Acknowledge Event
Tools
Closes all maps displayed.
Removes the video from the selected tile.
Print
Edit Map
Closes the selected map currently displayed.
Remove the selected tile
Record the selected tile
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You can disconnect a device.
 Map Viewer
Save All
View
Description
Connect
Properties
Tools
Messages
Saves all maps displayed.
Shows or hides the device tree window.
Shows or hides the map tree window.
Shows or hides the properties window.
Shows or hides the tools window that displays Local, Remote and
PTZ functions.
Shows or hides the messages window.
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Map Viewer
Area
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Tool bar
Full Screen
Item
Live Viewer
Search Viewer
Setup Tool
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Device Tree
d
Tools
Remote Search
PTZ Control
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Maps tab
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Map Tree
Launches Live Viewer
Launches Search Viewer
Launches the Setup Tool.
Y ou can find cameras, alarm and sites registered to NET-i viewer at a
glance.
You can locate selected camera, alarm and site on a map.
You can start or stop an alarm remotely.
Refer to the “Playback Control” of Search Viewer. + page 63
Refer to the “PTZ Control” of Live Viewer. + page 44
New Map
Creates a new map.
Delete Map
Deletes a map.
Add Map
Rename Map
View Map
Adds an existing map.
Renames a map.
Opens a map.
You can edit properties of the camera, alarm and link selected from a
map.
Properties
You can locate selected camera, alarm and linked map on a map.
You can check camera, alarm, linked map located on a map and
events in real time.
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Monitoring
(Map Screen)
You can view the video from the selected camera.
Alarm
Motion
Intelligent Video Analysis
Video Loss
Messages
Displays map screen in full screen mode. ESC cancels full screen
mode.
This area displays each of open maps as a tab.
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Audio Detection
System Log
Device Log
Scroll
Delete All List
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You can set ON/OFF the alarm.
You can check events (such as Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, Audio
Detection and Intelligent Video Analysis) from the device.
You can view the real-time screen from the camera that is generating
the event.
You can find the camera that is generating an event from the
registered layout.
You can promptly play back the recording of the event.
Shows reasons of failed user requests.
Shows NET-i viewer generating event log.
You can check the device’s events.
Locks lists not to auto scroll up / down.
Applies to all tabs.
Deletes all list.
Applies to all tabs.
View
Displaying and hiding window
You can set to display or hide window for each area using the options
of the View menu.
 Map Viewer
For instance, the camera tree area disappears when you set to hide the
camera tree window.
Selecting the Full Screen will display the current map in full screen mode.
`` For view areas, refer to “Name and Function of Each Control”.
(+ pages 68~70)
Controlling Devices
To connect to a camera
You can connect / disconnect a camera by selecting [Connect] or
[Disconnect] in the context menu of a camera.
If connected, the [Connect] menu is deactivated.
To connect to an alarm
You can connect / disconnect an alarm by selecting [Connect] or [Disconnect] in the context menu of an
alarm.
If checked, the [Connect] menu is deactivated.
To control an Alarm Out
You can turn on or off remote-installed alarm by selecting
[Alarm On]/[Off] in the context menu of an alarm.
`` For example, if a buzzer is connected to Alarm Out terminal, you can make the
buzzer sound by setting it to [On].
To generate an alarm, check [Alarm On] in the context menu of the
Alarm Out placed in the map screen.
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Map Viewer
Capture / Print
Select a tile to capture its video.
For further details, refer to “Live Viewer > To capture/print a snapshot”. (+ pages 42)
Editing a Map
Presents how to create, add, delete and rename a map.
Presents how to change map tree structure (move, copy).
Presents how to edit the created map.
Editing Map Tree
To create a map
1. Select the parent map to create a child map in
the Map Tree.
2. Select New Map menu.
-- Click [ ] button in the Map Tree window.
-- Click Menu > Edit Map > [ ] button.
-- Select a map in the Map Tree by right-clicking and click [
-- Click [ ] button in the Toolbar.
] button in the context menu.
3. Click on a map name and [ ] button to select a background image for the map, and then select [OK]
button.
`` You can input up to 63 English characters for a map name.
4. Newly created map is added and displayed in the Map Tree.
Background image supports JPG and BMP files too.
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To add a ready-made map
1. Select the parent map to add a ready-made map in the Map Tree.
2. Select Add Map menu.
-- Click [Add Map ( )] button on the top of Map Tree window.
-- Click Menu > Edit Map > [Add Map ( )] button.
-- Select a map by right-clicking in the Map Tree and click [Add Map (
3. Select a map file to add in [Map File Open] dialog window.
)] button in the context menu.
 Map Viewer
4. The created map is displayed.
To delete a map
1. Select a map to delete.
2. Select Delete Map menu.
-- Click [Delete Map ( )] button on the top of Map Tree window.
-- Click Menu > Edit Map > [Delete Map ( )] button.
-- Click [Delete Map ( )] button in the context menu.
3. The map is deleted from the Map Tree; if the map is open, it is closed.
To rename map
1. Select a map to rename in the Map Tree.
2. Select Rename Map menu.
-- Click [Rename Map( )] button on the top of Map Tree window.
-- Click Menu > Edit Map > [Rename Map ( )] button.
-- Press the [F2] key in keyboard.
-- Click again the selected map to be renamed.
3. The map name switches to editing mode. Type a new name for the map and press [Enter] key to finish.
To display a map
1. Select a map to display.
2. Select View Map menu.
-- Click [View Map ( )] button on the top of Map Tree window.
-- Click Menu > Edit Map > [View Map ( )] button.
-- Double-click a desired map in Map Tree.
3. The map is activated if it is open; or the map opens.
To move a map
You can move a map to where you want by dragging and dropping a map in the Map Tree using your mouse.
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Editing Map Screen
- Open your desired map to open in the Map Tree on your right.
- You can drag and move the camera and alarm icon from the device tree on the left into the map screen.
- You can drag a map from the Map Tree on the right and place a map link on the map screen.
- You can change the background image by selecting a background image from the map screen and
changing it in the Properties window.
- You can also change the settings for camera, alarm, and link by selecting each item from the map screen
and changing it in Properties window.
To change background image settings for a map
You can change the background image and its arrangement settings by selecting the background image for
the map and opening its Properties window.
You can select one of following arrangement options.
1. NORMAL : The image is arranged based on the top left corner of the screen.
2. CENTER : The image is arranged in the middle of the screen.
3. FIT : The image is scaled to fit to the screen.
To add camera and alarm
You can drag and place your desired camera or alarm icon from the device tree on the map screen.
To change camera properties
- Change camera location
Move camera using mouse. Or select the camera, and then modify its coordinates in Properties tab.
- Change camera angle
You can set the angle of camera.
Change camera angle in Properties window; or select the camera, and then adjust camera angle by using
mouse wheel.
`` Note that these changes influence only camera icon arrangement settings and do not affect the actual camera.
To change alarm properties
You can drag and place alarm icon on the map screen.
Select the alarm icon, and then move it by using your mouse or modifying the coordinates in Properties tab.
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To set a link
• Set a link map in map
Drag a map from the Map Tree to place in the
background image.
Double-click the link map [Icon area] in map to go to
the corresponding map.
You can display detailed information by selecting Camera, Alarm, or Site from the device tree, and then
pressing the space bar or using [Properties] from the context menu.
You can check detailed information by using [Properties] for Camera / Alarm context menu in map screen.
Monitoring Video
1. Check the device status in map screen.
2. Show live video.
3. Playback recently recorded video.
4. Show the video of event-generating camera.
5. Playback the video recorded at the event time.
6. Fix video window when changing map screen.
`` You can display up to 16 videos at the same time.
To check the device status in map screen
You can check the following information from the map displayed above.
1) Connected to 192.168.0.199 camera which
supports PTZ. Motion detected recently.
2) Connected to 192.168.0.198 camera which
doesn't support PTZ. It has no events.
3) 192.168.0.199 Alarm Out device is connected
and it is OFF now.
4) 192.168.0.198 Alarm Out device is connected
and it is ON now.
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 Map Viewer
To view device properties
Map Viewer
Camera
- You can check if a camera is connected to network.
- You can check if the camera supports PTZ.
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ou can identify a camera that is generating an event of Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, Audio Detection and Intelligent
Video Analysis.
- You can check the name of camera.
- You can check the camera settings.
- If you select a camera, the camera is displayed as selected in the device tree.
- You can check camera settings by selecting Properties in context menu.
Alarm
- You can check if alarm is connected to network.
- You can check the name of alarm.
- You can check the alarm status (ON/OFF).
- If you select an alarm, the alarm is displayed as selected in the device tree.
- You can check alarm settings by selecting [Properties] in context menu.
Link Map
- You can check the name of link map.
- You can check the event-generating link map.
- If you double-click the link, you can go to the corresponding map.
To show live video
You can immediately check the live video of camera which you want to monitor.
Methods
- Double-click the camera icon placed in the map screen.
- Select the [Live View] menu from the context menu of the camera
placed in the map screen.
You can not monitor a camera in more than one tile simultaneously.
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Result
 Map Viewer
- New video window appears.
- If there is the same video window for the same camera, the existing video window displays the video without
opening any new video window.
- At this time, PTZ tab is automatically activated.
- The bottom of the activated video window displays blue color.
- You can also move the video window by dragging it with mouse.
- You can make a manual recording.
- If an event (motion, intelligent video analysis, alarm, video loss) occurs, video window’s background turns to
yellow.
- You can resize the video window as you want.
To close video window
- Press Close at the bottom right corner of the video window to close.
- When in manual recording, it will be automatically stopped.
- If you are listening to a video, the listening is automatically stopped.
- If you are talking while listening, the talking is automatically stopped and you can check the talking status in
the tree.
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To play the latest recording
You can promptly play back the latest recording.
Methods
- Select the [Remote Search] from the context menu of the desired
camera’s icon.
- Select the video window, and select [Remote] tab of the tool window.
Result
- New video window appears.
- If there is the same video window for the same camera, the existing video window plays the video without
creating any new video window.
- You can check the name of playing camera through the name displayed on the bottom of the video window.
- If there is audio data, click [Listen] button to listen to the audio.
- [Remote] tab is automatically activated in Tools Window.
Playback control is available in this tab.
remote playback, if anyone else already has the appropriate permission, it fails with an error message in the
MM `` For
system log area.
`` If you try to play a camera that is checked for search in the Search Viewer, it fails with an error message in the
system log area.
`` For a device that does not limit the count of concurrent access but limits the count of users who can search or
play, only those users who are granted the search permission from the device can do so.
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To show the video of event-generating camera
You can check the real-time video which of a camera having events.
Methods
1. Select from [Alarm], [Motion], [Video Loss], [Audio Detection] and [Intelligent Video Analysis] tab from
the message window.
 Map Viewer
2. Select menu.
-- Double-click your desired event item in the
event list.
-- Select [Live View] from the context menu of
the desired event item in the event list.
To playback the video recorded at the event time
You can check the event time in the event list.
You can immediately play the video recorded in that time.
Methods
1. Select from [Alarm], [Motion], [Video Loss], [Audio Detection] and [Intelligent Video Analysis] tab from
the message window.
2. Select menu.
-- Select an item from the event list, open the
context menu and select [Play Back Event
Record] menu.
Result
1. Playback starts from the point behind the current time by instant replay time configured in Setup.
The instant replay time can be set in the [Setup Tool] application.
MM `` Refer to “Setup tool > Option”. (► page 29)
2. If there is no recorded video for the selected camera, this function doesn't work.
Auto popup of the Live video for an event
When an event occurs, the Live video for the camera detecting an event will pop up and the map will be
activated accordingly where the event detecting camera is registered.
However, any open map can be activated.
Just one event video window can be activated. If another event occurs while the event window is active, the
event widow will be updated with the new event.
MM `` For details on the auto popup feature, refer to [View Tree] > [Logical View] > [Option]. (► page 14)
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Map Viewer
To fix video window when changing map screen
If you loaded Live Video from the context menu after
selecting [New Map] map, selecting [New Map1]
map will automatically close the Live Video window
To fix the Live Video window not to be closed by
map changes, press the [Lock] button.
Monitoring Event
You can check event generating camera in the map if any, and you can check the event generating map in
the Map Tree.
Also, you can check the log of events in Messages window.
To identify an event-triggered map
You can identify a map triggering an event in the Map Tree.
If any motion is detected at the camera placed in a map, you can check which map has such event triggering
motion through the Map Tree without opening all maps.
Alarm and video loss can be checked in the same manner.
Note that only recently occurred event is displayed in the map.
• After the Map icon is changed due to a motion occurring from a linked
camera in the “New Map” tree.
• After the font color of the name of the linked map is changed, which
belongs to the “New Map” tree containing “New Map 3” where the
event occurs.
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To identify the event-triggered linked map in the map screen
The following illustrates that a motion has been
detected in the New Map.
You can easily identify the event-triggered camera,
where simply double-clicking the linked map icon will
open the corresponding map screen.
 Map Viewer
To view real-time event log
`` Refer to "Live Viewer > Real-time event monitoring”. (+ pages 46~47)
To acknowledge events
You can [Ack] events by camera or map.
Acknowledge events by camera
If you select [Ack] in the context menu after selecting a camera,
the event for the camera is acknowledged and released.
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Map Viewer
Acknowledge Events by map
If you select [Acknowledge Event] in the context menu after selecting
a camera, the event for the camera is acknowledged and released.
If you select [Ack All] from the context menu in the Map Tree, all events
of all cameras in the selected maps and the sub-maps in the Map Tree
are acknowledged and released.
If you click the linked map and select [Acknowledge Event] in the
context menu, all events occurring from all cameras that belong to the
linked map will be deactivated.
Alarm Reset
Resets event of the selected device, and cancels alarm.
Controlling PTZ
PTZ functions are available only for live video.
`` Refer to “Live Viewer > PTZ Control”. (+ page 44)
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Manual Recording
This function is available only for the Live View window which is currently playing a live video.
Methods
1. Select desired camera to be recorded.
2. Select [Live Viewer] in the context menu.
 Map Viewer
3. Click the [Local Recording] or [Remote Recording] button on the
bottom of the video window to start/stop recording.
This button is a toggle button: Record / Stop
Result
Recording is performed for the duration assigned in Setup, and
automatically stops.
`` Refer to “Setup Tool > Option”. (+ page 29)
- You can find and play the saved video by using the Search Viewer.
- If recording failed, you can check the reason in the System Log.
`` NET-i viewer supports up to 4 channels of simultaneous recording.
Controlling Playback
You can control the playback of recorded file.
`` Refer to “Search Viewer > Playback back Control”. (+ pages 63~64)
Talk Function
You can send your voice through the speakers connected to the set installed in a remote site.
This function is available only for live video.
If camera supports Talk function, the [Talk] button is displayed.
Click the [Talk] button on the bottom of the video window to start / stop
talking.
`` This button is a toggle button.
Talking [
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Map Viewer
- You can check cameras in Talk mode in all viewer trees.
MM `` Only one camera can Talk at a time.
Listen Function
Listen Start/Stop
If camera supports the Listen function, the [Listen] button is displayed.
Select the [Listen] button on the bottom of the video window to start /
stop listening.
`` This button is a toggle button.
Listening [
] / Stopped [
]
`` For volume adjustment and audio mute, refer to “Live Viewer > Listen”.
(+ page 48)
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Log Viewer
You can sort the logs of NET-i viewer by the time and the type whatever log you
searched for.
 Log Viewer
Search
You can search for logs by sorting them by the type according to the time.
1. Specify the start and end times of your search.
2. Select a type by clicking the corresponding checkbox.
• System: Connect/disconnect the device, change the
PC time
• User: Start/stop NIS, Log In/Out, Register/Modify/
Delete Device, Manual connect/disconnect by user,
Remote backup, Device Setup, Import/Export,
Firmware upgrade, Change log settings, Delete all log
files, Get/Fail to get HDD space, Overwrite due to a full
HDD space
• Motion, Alarm, Video Loss, Device, Intelligent Video
Analysis, Audio Detection.
3. Click [Search].
The search results will be listed in the log view.
you delete log items manually in the Explorer or in the Setup menu while the Log Viewer is running, the search
MM `` Ifresults
will not be synchronized automatically.
`` The log results will be displayed only in English.
Check Results
You can sort the results to your preference or limit the number of results to be displayed on one page if many found.
• Log View : You can select desired items and sort them
to your preference.
• View Count : You can specify the number of results
displayed on one page.
• Go to : Move to the previous/next page or the first/last
page.
• Save as : You can save the search results as a text file.
• Clear the search results : Clears out all search results
in the log view.
can not print out the results directly in the log
MM `` You
view. However, you can save them as a text file
and print it out.
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Log Viewer
Exporting Logs
You can export system logs, system profiles, device
database and user registration in [Help] > [Export Log].
1. Select the target path for log saving. The default is set to
C: drive.
2. Press the [Export Log] button to save the compressed
log file (filename: Export_saved time.zip) under the
selected path.
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NET-i viewer Update
Installation
It is installed along with the NET-i viewer installation file.
 NET-i viewer Update
Run
If you run the NET-i viewer application, the [NET-i viewer Updater] is also loaded.
If it is running, you can see the tray icon of [NET-i Update Manager] in the taskbar as shown below.
1. Place the cursor over the tray icon.
The tooltip appears as shown in the right figure.
2. Right-click the tray icon.
The context menu appears as shown in the right figure.
Updating to the Latest
You can check explicitly if the latest version is released by connecting to the upgrade server regardless of
AutoCheck function setup.
1. Right-click the [NET-i Update Manager] tray icon.
2. Select [Show] menu in the context menu.
3. Select the [Check New Version] button in
[NET-i Update Manager] window.
②
①
① You can check currently installed version and
installation date on the window.
② You can check the release note for currently
installed version by clicking [Release Note]
button.
③
③ You can check the communication log.
You can check the reason of failure through this log.
④ You can check if any version that is newer than
currently installed one is released from the server ④
by clicking [Check New Version]button.
⑤ You can delete the log by clicking [Log Clear]
button.
⑤
⑥
⑥ You can close the window by clicking [Hide] button.
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NET-i viewer Update
Setting Auto-updating
You can automatically check update release by setting automatic update checking interval.
1. Right click on the [NET-i Update Manager] tray icon.
2. Select [Setup] menu in the context menu.
3. Select [Save] button after changing the settings in the Setup window.
To select the automatic checking interval
You can set the interval to check update everyday.
1. Select Daily by clicking it.
2. Set the time of the automatic update checking.
Ex) The right image displays that the interval is set to
check update release at 17:32:25 everyday.
You can set the interval to check update every week.
1. Select Weekly by clicking it.
2. Set the day of a week for the automatic update
checking.
3. Set the time of the automatic update checking.
Ex) The right image displays that the interval is set to
check update release at 17:33:00 on every Sunday.
You can set the interval to check update every month.
1. Select Monthly by clicking it.
2. Set the date of the automatic update checking.
3. Set the time of the automatic update checking.
Ex) The right image displays that the interval is set to
check update release at 17:33:34 on 1st day of every
month.
88_ NET-i viewer Update
Auto Update Scenario
To check the latest version
If there is a newer version available in the server, the
message shown right appears.
 NET-i viewer Update
Before selecting to proceed or cancel update, you
can open the release note of the latest version to
check what’s been changed.
To download
Select [Update] button to download the installation
file.
To confirm to install
If download is completed, confirm to begin
installation now or not.
Selecting [No] after the new installation file has been
downloaded will prompt you with the same
confirmation window of [Confirm] when you restart
NET-i viewer as shown right.
you select [No] in [NET-i Install] window and you reload the NET-i application later,
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Update Manager] checks if any latest version released from the server. If there is a newer version
available and it has higher version than the existing download saved in your local PC, the existing downloaded file
is discarded and the latest installation file is newly downloaded.
To install
If you select [Yes] in NET-i Install window, all NET-i viewer applications are automatically closed and the
installation begins as shown below.
automatic or manual update may not work properly due to the real-time monitoring function of antivirus
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software. If you encounter this problem, deactivate the real-time monitoring function of the antivirus software and
try again.
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Using the joystick
ENTER
ESC
a
b
c
Item
Description
Left/Right
Move the pan to the left/right in PTZ mode.
Up/Down
Move the tilting up/down in PTZ mode.
Rotate
In PTZ mode, zoom in if rotating clockwise; zoom out if rotating counter clockwise.
b
1~8
Perform the selected preset operation from 1 to 8.
c
9 ~ 10
a
Move the tile in Live Viewer mode.
It supports the multiple-monitoring system. If it reaches the last tile, you will return to the
first tile.
axial correction is needed for a proper operation.
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On your desktop, select [Start]  [Setup]  [Control Panel]  [Game Controller]  [Properties]  [Setup].
Click [Correct] to launch the “device correction wizard”. Follow the onscreen instructions to perform the
correction.
Moving the tile
When the joystick is active, use it to move the channel focus.
While a tile is selected, press [9] to move to the previous channel; press [10] to move to the next channel.
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Shortcut Keys
Focus
Shortcut Keys
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Ctrl + Page Down
Move to the next layout
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Save layout
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Ctrl + R
Retrieve layout
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Ctrl + Back Space
Close layout video
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Find camera
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View Video
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Ctrl + P
PTZ Control Tab
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Ctrl + D
Digital Zoom
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Camera Tree
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View log
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Ctrl + V
Volume
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Ctrl + R
Displays remote video
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Ctrl + G
Layout
Camera
Changes
focus
Ctrl + V
Volume
Volume control (use arrows)
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ESC
Fullscreen
Operates only in full screen mode
This will set off the full screen
mode
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Alarm Ack
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View information on the selected
object
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Change selected object
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View object information on the
selected item
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Ctrl + Space
Space
Properties
F2
Rename
Object
Space
F3
Find
Shift + F3
Find
This is the Find Next function in
the Find dialog box
This is the Find Previous function
in the Find dialog box
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Ctrl + C
Others
MAP
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Enter
List Item
SEARCH SETUP
Move to the previous layout
Ctrl + F
Tree Camera
LIVE
Ctrl + Page Up
Ctrl + S
Viewer
Description
Supplement
Focus
Shortcut Keys
Description
Ctrl + Tab
Move to the next tile
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Move to the previous tile
Ctrl + Tab
Move to the previous map
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Move to the next map
E
View in one window / Restore
Back Space, Del
Close movie
L
Start/Stop local recording
F
Player Lock
, (Comma)
Talk ON/OFF
. (Period)
Listen ON/OFF
PTZ - left (applicable for the
digital zoom tile)
Shift + Left Arrow
Shift + Right Arrow
Tile
Shift + Up Arrow
PTZ
Shift + Down arrow
Zoom In
Shift + ‘/’
Zoom Out
Alt + Insert
View preset list
8
Play Forward / Stop
9
‘+’
‘–’
FB
Palyback
‘*’
Mouse Wheel Up
Mouse Wheel Down
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BB
Play faster
Play Slower
Expand timeline (Zoom In)
‘/’
Space
PTZ - Top
PTZ - Bottom
Shift + ‘*’
7
PTZ - Right
Compress timeline (Zoom out)
View Information
View information on the media
information of the selected tile
Optical Zoom In
Optical Zoom Out
LIVE
SEARCH SETUP
MAP
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