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Viewtron Video Surveillance DVRs User manual
Viewtron Video Surveillance DVRs
HD-SDI and Standard Definition CCTV Recorders
User Manual Version 1.0
www.Viewtron.com
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Contents
Contents ................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Important Safety Instruction .................................................................................................................................... 5
Before Starting ............................................................................................................................................................. 6
DVR Features ................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Part Name and Functions (Front) - Standard Type ....................................................................................... 8
Part Name and Functions (Front) – Compact Type ...................................................................................... 9
Part Name and Functions (Rear) – Standard Type ..................................................................................... 10
Part Name and Functions (Rear) – Compact Type ..................................................................................... 11
System Start/End (Shutdown) ................................................................................................................................... 12
System Start .................................................................................................................................................................. 12
System Shutdown (End) .......................................................................................................................................... 12
Live Monitoring ................................................................................................................................................................ 13
LIVE MONITORING SCREEN CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................ 13
Live Video .................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Context Menu .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Task Bar ...................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Camera Screen Division ........................................................................................................................................... 16
Screen Division ............................................................................................................................................... 16
Sequence ........................................................................................................................................................... 16
Freeze .................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Zoom (Digital) ................................................................................................................................................. 16
Covert ................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Color Control ................................................................................................................................................... 17
Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ Camera Controls) ................................................................................................ 18
Cameo Initialization ................................................................................................................................... 18
<Information> Status Menu ................................................................................................................................. 19
USB Status ........................................................................................................................................................ 19
Backup Status .................................................................................................................................................. 19
Emergency Recording Status ................................................................................................................... 20
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Audio Status .................................................................................................................................................... 20
Alarm/Buzzer Status ..................................................................................................................................... 20
Event Status ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
Network Status ............................................................................................................................................... 22
Storage Status................................................................................................................................................. 23
Current Time .................................................................................................................................................... 24
Video Recording Status .............................................................................................................................. 24
Search ................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Time Table Search (Calendar) ............................................................................................................................... 25
Event Search ................................................................................................................................................................. 26
Video Playback ................................................................................................................................................................. 27
Playback Screen Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 27
Playback Video ........................................................................................................................................................ 27
Context Menu .......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Playback Control .................................................................................................................................................... 28
Playback Mode........................................................................................................................................................ 28
DVR Setup .......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
DVR Quick Setup ........................................................................................................................................................ 30
System Setup (1/3) ................................................................................................................................................ 30
Time Setup (2/3) .................................................................................................................................................... 31
Recording Setup (3/3) ......................................................................................................................................... 31
Advanced Setup .......................................................................................................................................................... 32
System ......................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Record ......................................................................................................................................................................... 34
Network ...................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Device .......................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Event ............................................................................................................................................................................ 40
Export/Import Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 42
User Interface Look & Feel .................................................................................................................................... 43
DVR Tools ........................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Upgrade (Firmware) ................................................................................................................................................... 44
USB ............................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Network ...................................................................................................................................................................... 44
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Storage Manager ........................................................................................................................................................ 45
External Storage .......................................................................................................................................................... 46
System Log .................................................................................................................................................................... 47
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................................. 48
FAQ (Q&A)..................................................................................................................................................................... 48
Product Dimensions – Standard Type .............................................................................................................. 49
Product Dimensions – Compact Type .............................................................................................................. 50
Warranty ......................................................................................................................................................................... 51
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Overview
Important Safety Instruction
Instruction and Warnings for Safety
Please read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Please follow all the safety
instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding- type plug. A polarized plug
has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prongs are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold
with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
***Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled
or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
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Before Starting
This user manual provides Information for using the Viewtron surveillance DVRs. Topics include
introduction, part names, functions, connection to other equipment, menu setup, etc. Users have
to keep in mind the following notices.

Manufacturer retains the copyright on this manual.

This manual cannot be copied without Manufacturer's prior written approval.

We are not liable for any or all losses to the product incurred by your use of non-standard
product or violation of instructions mentioned in this manual.

Prior to opening the case, please consult a qualified technician first.

Before installing an additional hard drive or connecting an external storage device (USB
memory or USB HDD) to this DVR, check the compatibility. Consult your distributor or
installer for the compatibility list.
[Warning]

Replacement Battery or Hard Disk
It is essential that when changing the battery or HDD in the unit, the replacement must be of the
same type or recommended ones, otherwise there may be a possibility of damage or explosion.

System Shutdown
Turning off the power while the product is in operation, or undertaking improper actions may
cause damage or malfunction to the hard drive or the product. Please turn off the power using
the Power button on the front of your DVR. After selecting <OK> in the pop-up menu, you can
pull off the power cord. You may want to install a UPS system for safe operation in order to
prevent damage caused by an unexpected power stoppage. (Any questions concerning UPS,
consult your UPS retailer.)
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Operation Temperature
The guaranteed operating temperature range of this product is 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F).This
product may not work properly if you run right after a long period of storage at a temperature
below the guaranteed one. Prior to using a device that has been stored for a long period in low
temperatures, allow the product to stand at room temperature for a period. Especially for the
built-in HDD in the product, its guaranteed temperature range is 5°C ~ 55°C (41°F ~ 131°F).
Likewise, the hard drive may not work at a temperature below the guaranteed one.
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DVR Features
Viewtron DVRs employ H.264 video encoding for 4, 8 or 16 channel inputs and G.723 audio
encoding for 4 or 16 channels while simultaneously supporting hard disc recording and playback.
Viewtron DVRs also supports network connectivity, providing remote monitoring from Windows
and Mac PCs, as well as mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Hybrid model DVRs support both SD Analog cameras (traditional CCTV), and HD-SDI cameras
together on one stand-alone DVR.
DVR Software Main Features

H.264 High Quality Video Compression

Stand Alone Linux Embedded DVR

Full Real-Time Live Display & Recording in SD(Standard Definition) (4ch/8ch/16ch)

4CH Pure HD-SDI DVR Model (HD 4ch)

SD (Analog) Camera & HD-SDI Camera in Hybrid Type DVR
(HD 1~4ch + SD 4~8ch)

HDMI & VGA monitor outputs enabling superior picture output quality (1920x1080p)

Privacy Masking (to protect individual life) and <Covert> feature available

Perfect synchronized Surveillance Audio Recording and Dual-Audio available too.

Pentaplex (Live/Recording/Search/Network/Backup) and dual streaming of Network

Easy to use graphical user interface

<Look & Feel> Feature can choose your own GUI (like Window desktop theme)

High-End Digital Zoom (Up to x10) to highlight HD-SDI
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UPnP (universal plug and play) function
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Built in DDNS Support
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Firmware updates over the Internet
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Emergency Recording (Panic recording)
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Java based Windows and Mac DVR Viewer via web browser
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Windows CMS Software

Free mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, Android tableys

Various Remote Clients : Remote Live/Search/Setup, CMS, Backup Player

Support various Brower(Web Client) : Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer
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Part Name and Functions (Front) - Standard Type
No.
Part Name
Functions
①
ODD(Cover)
DVD & DVD-RW for backup
②
Direction / Select Button
Used to change a value or move the cursor up/down/left/right. Selects
③
LED Indicator & IR Sensor
Shows the status of Power, HDD and Network / IR Sensor
LAYOUT(Screen Division)
Changes Screen Division
SEQ
Each time you press the button in Live mode, the screen mode will be
a menu item or executes the selected menu
switched in sequence.
④
⑤
FREEZE
Freeze the Live Display
PTZ
Pop-up Pan/Tilt/Zoom Control Panel
ZOOM
Pop-up Zoom Control Panel
SPOT
Pop-up Spot Control Panel.
ALARM
Pop-up ALARM Control Panel
SETUP
Pop-up SETUP(ADVANCED) Control Panel
PANIC
Start/End Emergency Recording Mode
USB Port
USB connector port.
Number Key(1~0/+10)
Used to select channel numbers directly in the Live Mode, or numbers
⑥
in the numeric input mode..
(0/+10 : To input Plus 9.)
EVENT(
)
Used for backward frame-by-frame search / Shows Event Search
control panel.
FIRST(
⑦
)
LASTEST(
LAST(
Used for quick backward search / Playback first recorded data
)
Pause Playback / Playback latest recorded data
)
CARENDAR(
Playback / Playback last recorded data.
)
Used for forward frame-by-frame search / Show Calendar Search
Control Panel
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STOP(
)
Stop Playback.
⑧
MENU
Show Menu.(the same as right button of mouse)
⑨
HOME
Show HOME menu in task bar
⑩
ESC
Cancel and Escape previous task
Part Name and Functions (Front) – Compact Type
No.
Part Name
Functions
①
LED Indicator
Power LED
②
LED Indicator
HDD LED
③
④
IR Sensor
IR Sensor
USB port
USB connector port.
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Part Name and Functions (Rear) – Standard Type
<Ex. 4HD+8SD Model >
No.
Part
Functions
①
Power Switch
Used to Power On/Off
②
VGA
VGA Video Signal Output Port
SPOT
A live screen output port, separate from the VIDEO OUT.
CH’s
SD Composite Video Signal Input Port (BNC type connector)
④
HD-SDI
HD-SDI Video Signal Input Port
⑤
AUDIO
Audio Signal Output Port (RCA jack)
⑥
HDMI
HDMI connector port
⑦
RS-232
RS-232 Port (To debug)
⑧
USB Port
USB connector port
⑨
LAN
NETWORK (LAN) connector port.
③
ALARM IN
⑩
⑪
Alarm Input port
(1~8 CH and G(ground).)
RS485
Used for RS-485 communication (TX+, TX-, RX+, RX-)
ALARM OUT
Alarm Output port (NO+C Or NC+C)
DC 12V
DC 12V Power Input Only
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Part Name and Functions (Rear) – Compact Type
<Ex. 1HD+4SD Model >
No.
Part
Functions
①
DC 12V
DC 12V Power Input Only
②
Recovery
Recovery Button
③
LAN
NETWORK (LAN) connector port.
④
USB Port
USB connector port
⑤
VGA
VGA Video Signal Output Port
⑥
CH’s
SD Composite Video Signal Input Port (BNC type connector)
⑦
HD-SDI
HD-SDI Video Signal Input Port
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System Start/End (Shutdown)
System Start
Connect the DVRs power supply and switch on Power button at rear of unit. The booting window
above will show and system starts.
HDMI output does not show the booting window above.
Normal booting time is within 1minute, but can take more time due to abnormal shutdown
and hard drive stability check-up.
When booting, users may hear the buzzer or beep sound
Default ID & Password : admin & 1111
System Shutdown (End)
[Home>System shutdown] Menu, users can shut down or restart system..
When clicking <Shutdown>, users will see <Power Off> message, then shutdown system.
When the DVR in shut down by Switch Power Off or Unplug of Power Cable without the
normal process above. This can damage DVR and HDD, so please shutdown the system by
normal procedure above.
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Live Monitoring
LIVE MONITORING SCREEN CONFIGURATION
Live Video
Video OSD (Icon)

Camera Name – Shows Camera Name(Title)

Record Mode – Shows current Record Mode
Continuous Record
Event Record
Emergency Record

Motion Detection

PTZ

Audio Record – Show Audio Record Status

– Show PTZ Camera(Connected)
HD-SDI Input – HD-SDI Camera
Status (1080P, 720P Auto Detection)
When clicking right button of mouse and goes to [Context>Information Setup], users can setup all values
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Context Menu
Setup Screen Division and others like above. It is shown by <Right button of Mouse> or Menu
Key.
Task Bar
In Task Bar like below, users can setup and check the <HOME> menu and all <Information>
status menus.
In [Context Menu>Always Show Task Bar], users can setup Task Bar always <Shown> or
<Shown> by Mouse Move (like PC Window Task Bar)
When users can’t see Task Bar, can setup all <Information> status menus in [Context
Menu>Setup Information Display].
HOME Menu
Show and Setup Playback/Search/Setup, and other major menus like above
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Screen Division Tool Bar
Setup and control Screen Division, Sequence (mode), Freeze and others like above
Information Status Tool Bar
Setup and Check current DVR’s Status

USB(Storage) Connection

Backup Status

Panic Record

Mute

Alarm, Buzzer Status

Event Status

Network Status

Storage Status
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Camera Screen Division
Setup and Control Screen Mode of Display
Screen Division/Sequence/Freeze/Zoom
Screen Division
Mode - 1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 1+5, 3+4, 1+7, 2+8, 1+12
Setup by [Context Menu>Screen] or Screen Division Tool Bar.
According to Model (CH), Screen Division will be different.
Sequence
Shows current Screen Division in sequence
Setup by [Context Menu>Screen] or Screen Division Tool Bar
Setup – Advanced Setup>Device>Display
Freeze
Freeze Live Display
Setup by [Context Menu>Screen>Freeze]
This stops by clicking another Screen Model automatically
Zoom (Digital)
Setup and control Zoom in Display.
Setup by [Context Menu>Control>Zoom]
Zoom-In of HD-SDI CH, Mini View is not displayed.
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Control by Mouse

Double Click – Zoom-In by Click Point .(3rd Grade)

Drag & Drop – Zoom-In wanted Area.(In Full Screen or Mini View Window like above)

Scroll (Mouse Wheel) – Zoom-In or Zoom-Out current Display.(10th Grade)
Covert
Setup wanted CH (Camera) be covert (hidden).
Setup by [Context Menu>Control>Covert]
In Covert, Recording continues.
When Video Loss is occurred during Covert mode, <Covert> and <Video Loss> will be
shown together.
Color Control
Setup Display Colors
Setup by [Context Menu>Control>Color]
Can’t Setup Color of HD-SDI Camera
Brightness
Set Brightness
Contrast
Set Contrast.
Hue
Set Hue.
Saturation
Set Saturation.
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Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ Camera Controls)
Setup and Control PTZ.
Setup by [Context Menu>Control>PTZ]
For this, PTZ camera is installed and setup rightly.
Preset Setup

Set Camera position by 4 direction button and Zoom and
others like left picture.

Set Preset Number.

Click Set button.

After that, Window to ask <Position> like <Near> will be
shown.

Set <Position>
and click OK button.(It varies according to
Camera)
Cameo Initialization
Setup Live Screen Camera Position as user wanted just by Drag & Drop.
Setup by [While clicking right button of mouse (more than 1 second), and just Drag & Drop
to wanted position].
When clicking the right button of mouse more than 1 second, Camera (like above) will be
shown, then just Drag & Drop it to wanted position. In Live Display.
In some model, this feature does not work.
This works only after <Log-In>.
Setup to Initial by [Context Menu>Screen>Cameo Initial].
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<Information> Status Menu
In <Information> Status menus on Task Bar, users can check and control each System
Information.
USB Status
When connecting USB, this will be activated automatically.
By just selecting Device, users can Upgrade, Backup, Export/Import configuration and others
like above.
Backup Status
While backing up, status will be activated.
When backing up or starting backup, users can check the status as seen below
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Backup Progress Status
Backup Period Status
Emergency Recording Status
While “Emergency Recording”, this will be activated.
To stop “Emergency Recording” , Authorized Users have to <Log-In>. But Starting, any
users can start.
Audio Status
While Audio is working, this will be activated. By this, users can control <Audio On/Off>(Mute)
In Full 1CH Mode, Audio is working.
Alarm/Buzzer Status
While Alarm/Buzzer(s) are working, this will be activated.
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Can check and control Alarm/Buzzer as shown above.
Event Status
While Events (Motion Detection/Sensor/Video Loss) are working, this will be activated.
Can check and control each CH status at a glance.
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Network Status
While Network is connected, this will be activated.
One can check and control currently connected USERS, and view the Network detail
information as shown above.
IP Address
Check and show connected external IP address and Port (9000: Default
UPnP (Universal Plug & Play)
When users use a Hub (Router) to access the Internet, UPnP function will set up the PortForward automatically in the Hub (Router).
In [Advanced Setup>Network>Port & Bandwidth], users can do this manually as well.
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DDNS
Automatic Setup of DDNS while connected to the Internet
In [Advanced Setup>Network>DDNS setup], users can set this up manually as well.
Error Status
Router does not support UPnP and Port-forward.
Unknown Gateway.
Gateway is not connected to the Internet
Gateway is not connected to the Internet or connection test failed
Connection Test – Connection Test Server is running. It automatically tests the connection
from DVR to external servers and displays the test results.
Storage Status
Can check Backup Storage Status like below.
No HDD found or not formatted.
Rewriting
One can check Storage on each Device as shown
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above,
Current Time
Check and manage current time.
One cCan check current time status as shown above. (Time Zone/ NTP address).
Video Recording Status
Can check each CH’s Recording Status like below.
One check and control each CH detail as shown above (Resolution/Fps/Quality/Mode/Bps)
Bps is automatically checked in every 10 second.
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Search
Easily search and playback recorded data like below.
Time Table Search (Calendar)
Calendar
One can check and search Recorded data by day in Calendar. This is done by selecting the
Year/Month by clicking Arrow Bar in Calendar.
Time Table
One can check and search Recorded data Time Table Bar according to Camera (CH).
Minute Table
One can check and search Recorded data by Time/Minute, and playback wanted Data just by
double-clicking it.
Continuous Recording – Green
Events (Emergency) Recording – Red
Overlap(Duplicated) Data
If and when duplicate date is found it will be displayed in <Orange> in the Minute Table
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Event Search
Calendar
When clicking a Date in Calendar, Event List is shown like above. Users can select Event,
Search and playback. . Select Year/Month in clicking Arrow Bar in Calendar.
Events
Select Event List Motion Detection/Sensor/Video Loss per CH and Search and Playback
Event List
When selecting Events and search, users can get Event List like above. Select wanted Events
and Playback instantly by clicking <Play> button.
When Clicking <Play> button, each Video is playback.
Events are showed by Time, all Video Data are playback.
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Video Playback
Playback Screen Configuration
Playback Video
Video OSD

Camera Name – Shows Camera Name (Title)

Playback Mode – Shows current Playback
Context Menu
Setup Screen Division and others like above.
It is shown by <Right button of Mouse> or Menu Key.
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Playback Control
While in Playback mode, users can control and search data easily by using the Playback
Control Bar as seen below.
Playback Control Bar is always on top (fixed) or shown only by mouse movement.
Can change Position in [Context Menu].
HOME Menu
Setup and Control Search/Backup and other main features
Screen Division
Set Screen Division.
Mute (Audio)
Set Audio Mute
Exit
Exit to Live Display
Playback Time & Status
Can check Time of Recorded Data (Playback Time) and Status
Playback Mode
By clicking Icons below, users can easily search and playback data
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Icon(Button)
Name
Pause
Functions
Pause Playback
Backward & Forward Playback
By clicking these button, it Fast
Playback
Backward/Forward
 In [Context Menu], users select Slow
Backward/Forward.
Step
Moves Backward/Forward by one frame at a
Backward/Forward
time
Start/End
Goes to Start/End time of Data
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DVR Setup
DVR Quick Setup
Can Set <Setup> Menu quickly..
When users don’t change, default and previous values continue.
System Setup (1/3)

DVR Name – Set DVR Name(Title)

Language – Set OSD Language.

Video Format – Set Video Format.(NTSC/PAL)
To save Changed Setup, system must restart.

Resolution – Set Display Resolution according to Monitor and VGA.
When changed Resolution is not applied, previous Setup is applied.
For best results in using HD-SDI, 1080P (1920x1080), users should match the
DVR resolution of 1080P (1920x1080) with their Monitor, found in settings.
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Time Setup (2/3)

Date/Time: Set Time Zone according to Country.

Date/Time: Must check your time zone and set this rightly first.

Date Format: Set Date Format Y/M/D or D/M/Y.

Time Format: Set Time Format 12H or 24H.
Recording Setup (3/3)

Record Policy – Recycle or other

Mode – Continuous, Event, Complex(Continuous + Event) Mode

Resolution – Set Recording Resolution CIF/D1/HD1 (HD-SDI 720P, 1024P, 1080P)

Quality – Set Video Quality Lowest ~ Highest ,Total 5 Level

Speed – Set FPS (Frame Per Second) for all Cameras (CH) by one click.
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Advanced Setup
Setup all detail & advanced values in each Operation Setup Menu
System
Information

DVR Name – Set DVR Name (Title) to identify.

Language – Set OSD Language.

Upgrade – Check the current firmware version and upgrade to up-to-date versions
by USB or Network. (Refer to –Upgrade Chapter)

Video Format – Set NTSC/PAL
To save Changed Setup, system must restart.
For best results in using HD-SDI, 1080P (1920x1080), users should match the
DVR resolution of 1080P (1920x1080) with their Monitor, found in settings.
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Date/Time

Time Zone – Set GMT Time Zone according to Country.

Date/Time – Set Date/Time according to country

Date Format - Set Date Format Y/M/D or D/M/Y.

NTP – Set NTP using and Time Server address.

Holidays – Set Holidays.
When a day is set as Holiday, Recording ode is set as Sunday.
Account

Group – Set and Manage Group (Admin/Operator).

User – Set and Mange User and Automatic Log-Out.
Authority to Setup
Search
Can Search in Time Table and Events
Setup
Can set and change Setup
Backup
Can set and change Backup
Alarm
Can set and change Alarm
Buzzer
Can set and change Buzzer.
Color
Can set and change Color
Network
Can access by Remote Client
Upgrade
Can set and change Upgrade.
System shutdown
Can set System Shutdown
Cameo Init
Can set Cameo Init
Covert
Can set Covert.
Emergency
Can set and control Emergency Record
PTZ Control
Can set and manage PTZ control.
PTZ setup
Can set and manage PTZ Preset.
Disk Format
Can set and manage Disk Format.
Dual Audio
Can set and manage Dual-Audio.
Date/Time
Can set and manage Date/Time
Factory Default
Can set DVR to factory default
System Log View
Can check System Log
System Log Delete
Can delete System Log.
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Record
Policy

Recycle/One Time.
Record
Can set: Record Mode/Resolution/Speed/Quality.
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
Record Mode

No Record – Not Recording

Normal – Continuous Record.

Event – Events (Motion, Sensor, Video Loss) Recording.

Complex – Continuous Record(in Normal)+ Events Recording
Schedule –Record to Schedule.


Schedule


Normal


Set Resolution/Speed/Quality in Continuous Record.
Event


Set Schedule for Recording.
Set Resolution/Speed/Quality in Event Record.
Emergency

Set Resolution/Speed/Quality in Emergency Record.
Emergency Record starts by Panic button in Task Bar or Panic Key in front
Panel.
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Record Speed (FPS)

According to Model/Resolution, Max Record Speed is automatically totaled.
Max per CH
Max
In CIF
CIF
480
X1
HD1
240
X2
T
D1
120
X4
S
720P
40
X12
1024P
30
1080P
N
C
P
SD
HD
SD
A
L

HD
1008
1016
1108
1208
1404
1408
1400
20
15
7
7
15
X16
20
15
7
7
15
20
X24
20
15
7
x
15
CIF
400
X1
HD1
200
X2
D1
100
X4
720P
40
X10
20
12
6
6
12
1024P
30
X13
20
12
6
6
12
1080P
20
X20
20
12
6
x
12
30
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When Total Record frame rate is set above supported rate, you will be prompted
(with a red exclamation point) to reduced it to a support rate.
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Network
Basic

LAN – Set IP and DNS.

Port & Bandwidth – Set access port & bandwidth and Auto Port-Forward.
Setup Values can be checked in Network Status Information Icon.
(Refer to -
Network Status)
Service

Max User – Set Max User at the same time.

Live – Set Network Transmission Resolution/Quality/Speed (FPS) for each CH when
remote access.
Set each Network and DVR Streaming separately.

Dual Audio – Set Dual-Audio access mode.
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ETC

DDNS – Set DDNS use or unused.
Set DDNS address in Network Status Information Icon
(Refer to

-
Network Status)
E-mail – Send e-mail address in the event set.
Device
Camera

Camera – Set Camera Name and others.

Privacy Mask – Set Privacy Mask Areas.
It is applied to Record Data.
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Areas (Max 4 Areas like below.)
Just by clicking Block or Drag & Drop, users can set or delete Areas.
Save and Exit to [Context Menu].

Audio – Set and Check Audio for Record.

PTZ – Set and Check PTZ.
Audio

Set Audio.
Alarm

Set Alarm Name and others.
ETC

Buzzer – Set Buzzer & Sound.

Display – Set and manage Main (DVR)/Spot monitor’s resolution and duration time
for sequence model.
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Event
Motion (Detection)

Set Motion Detection Areas and Sensitivity.

Set Event Synchronization (Integrated Action) with Alarm/Buzzer and others.
(Refer to -
Event Sync )
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Motion Detection Areas
Just by clicking Block or Drag & Drop, users can set or delete Areas.
Save and Exit to [Context Menu].
Sensor

Set Sensor detection.

Set Event Synchronization (Integrated Action). (Refer to -
Event Sync )
Video Loss

Set Video Loss.

Set Event Synchronization (Integrated Action). (Refer to -
Event Sync )
System

Disk Error – Set Use or Unused and Synchronization.

Disk Full – Set Use or Unused and Synchronization.

SMART – Set Use or Unused and Synchronization. (Refer to -
Event Sync )
Event Sync (Synchronization)
While Events, users can link (Synchronize) that to actions(1:N) like below

Record – Record in multiple cameras (CH).
Setup in [Record>Event Setup]

Alarm– Activate Alarm in multiple cameras (CH)..
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
Buzzer – Activate Alarm in multiple cameras (CH).

Popup – Activate Pop-Up in Main or Spot Monitor.

Email – Send email with images in Events.
Setup email address in [Network>Email setup].

Log – Save Events Log and search them in Event Search.
System Events are saved in System Log [Home>Tools>System Log]
Export/Import Configuration
Export
Save current DVR’s Configuration in USB.
Import
Import DVR’s Configuration in USB, and apply this to current DVR
System Reboots.
Default
Apply Factory Default.
System Reboots.
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User Interface Look & Feel
Style
Can Set and Mange UI Style just like desktop wallpaper theme.
Look and set … from Dark Gray to Dark Orange.
Font
Set: Font and Size.
Set: Big/Normal/Small.
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DVR Tools
Upgrade (Firmware)
In [HOME>Tools>Upgrade] or [Advanced Setup>System>Upgrade], users can upgrade
firmware. Upgrade starts after download from Network or file Copy from USB, and after full
upgrade DVR reboots again.
So restarting twice is required for full upgrade.
USB
Choose USB and upgrade.
Network
Choose Network upgrade and download latest firmware and upgrade.
Please use USB when Network is slow or not reliable.
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Storage Manager
From here you can format both internal Storage (SATA HDD) and USB external Storage.
“All formats” is available only for Internal (SATA).
When installing an unformatted new HDD, “New” HDD Icon is shown.
When formatting new HDD, it is added to new HDD for recording.
DVD backup will require about 5G of HDD of storage.
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External Storage
Select Storage and do Upgrade/Backup/Export/Import Configuration and others like above.
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System Log
Can check and manage/playback System Log and save to external Storage or delete.
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Appendix
FAQ (Q&A)
Symptom
Check Point
The system does not turn on and
the indicator on the front panel
does not work at all.

Check if the power supply system is properly connected.

Check the system for the input voltage from the power
source.

If the problem persists even after you have taken the
above actions, check the power supply and replace it
with a new one if necessary.

Check if the camera is properly connected to the
system and displays the image. Sometimes, this problem
may occur on a camera that is not properly connected
to the video source.
Some channels display just a black
screen even if they receive video

Check if the camera is properly has power.

Sometimes, this problem may occur on a channel with a
weak video signal from a video distributor that is
sources.
connected to multiple systems. In this case, input the
video source of the camera directly into the DVR. This
may find the cause and solve the problem.

Check Monitor 1080p available when using HD-SDI
camera.
HD-SDI
camera
does
not
properly
Record does not work properly
work 
Check whether using exclusive HD-SDI Cable.

Check whether using exclusive HD-SDI BNC.

Check Record Mode.

When Event Record, check Event Setup and Event Sync.

Check OSD Record ICON

Check whether HDD is working properly.
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Product Dimensions – Standard Type
Unit : mm
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Product Dimensions – Compact Type
Unit: mm
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Warranty
According to Rule & Laws, we confirm the product warranty like below. But this detail can be changed and
varies according to countries and agreement between Manufacture and Dealers.
When damaged goods or malfunction, please check FAQ first and contact dealer for details.
[Product Information]
Product
DVR (Digital Video Recorder)
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
D
M
Y
Where was it Purchased
[Detail]
This product is manufactured through strict quality control and process inspection.
One-Year Warranty
This product carries a one year warranty from the date of purchase against defects from any cause except acts of
abusive use. During this warranty period, the manufacturer will repair or exchange the product free of charge,
except HDD and ODD and Adaptor
Paid Service
The manufacturer provides service outside of the warranty period for damage caused by the user. Please
contact customer service for more information and prices.
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