User manual: Axis P1364
AXIS P1364 Network Camera
User Manual
About this Document
This manual is intended for administrators and users of AXIS P1364
Network Camera, and is applicable to firmware 5.85 and later. It
includes instructions for using and managing the product on your
network. Previous experience of networking will be of use when using
this product. Some knowledge of UNIX or Linux-based systems may
also be useful when developing shell scripts and applications. Later
versions of this document will be posted at www.axis.com. See also the
product’s online help, available through the web-based interface.
Legal Considerations
Video and audio surveillance can be regulated by laws that vary from
country to country. Check the laws in your local region before using
this product for surveillance purposes.
This product includes one (1) H.264 decoder license and one (1) AAC
decoder license. To purchase further licenses, contact your reseller.
Liability
Every care has been taken in the preparation of this document. Please
inform your local Axis office of any inaccuracies or omissions. Axis
Communications AB cannot be held responsible for any technical or
typographical errors and reserves the right to make changes to the
product and manuals without prior notice. Axis Communications AB
makes no warranty of any kind with regard to the material contained
within this document, including, but not limited to, the implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Axis
Communications AB shall not be liable nor responsible for incidental or
consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance
or use of this material. This product is only to be used for its intended
purpose.
Intellectual Property Rights
Axis AB has intellectual property rights relating to technology embodied
in the product described in this document. In particular, and without
limitation, these intellectual property rights may include one or more
of the patents listed at www.axis.com/patent.htm and one or more
additional patents or pending patent applications in the US and other
countries.
This product contains licensed third-party software. See the menu item
“About” in the product’s user interface for more information.
This product contains source code copyright Apple Computer,
Inc., under the terms of Apple Public Source License 2.0 (see
www.opensource.apple.com/apsl). The source code is available from
https://developer.apple.com/bonjour/
Equipment Modifications
This equipment must be installed and used in strict accordance with the
instructions given in the user documentation. This equipment contains
no user-serviceable components. Unauthorized equipment changes or
modifications will invalidate all applicable regulatory certifications
and approvals.
Trademark Acknowledgments
AXIS COMMUNICATIONS, AXIS, ETRAX, ARTPEC and VAPIX are
registered trademarks or trademark applications of Axis AB in various
jurisdictions. All other company names and products are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Apple, Boa, Apache, Bonjour, Ethernet, Internet Explorer, Linux,
Microsoft, Mozilla, Real, SMPTE, QuickTime, UNIX, Windows, Windows
Vista and WWW are registered trademarks of the respective holders.
Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. UPnPTM is a
certification mark of the UPnPTM Implementers Corporation.
SD, SDHC and SDXC are trademarks or registered trademarks of SD-3C,
LLC in the United States, other countries or both. Also, miniSD, microSD,
miniSDHC, microSDHC, microSDXC are all trademarks or registered
trademarks of SD-3C, LLC in the United States, other countries or both.
Regulatory Information
Europe
This product complies with the applicable CE marking directives
and harmonized standards:
•
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC. See
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) on page 2 .
• Low Voltage (LVD) Directive 2006/95/EC. See Safety on page 2 .
• Restrictions of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive 2011/65/EU.
See Disposal and Recycling on page 3 .
A copy of the original declaration of conformity may be obtained from
Axis Communications AB. See Contact Information on page 3 .
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This equipment has been designed and tested to fulfill applicable
standards for:
• Radio frequency emission when installed according to the
instructions and used in its intended environment.
• Immunity to electrical and electromagnetic phenomena when
installed according to the instructions and used in its intended
environment.
USA
This equipment has been tested using an unshielded network cable
(UTP) and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. This equipment has also been
tested using a shielded network cable (STP) and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Canada
This digital apparatus complies with CAN ICES-3 (Class A). The product
shall be connected using a shielded network cable (STP) that is
properly grounded. Cet appareil numérique est conforme à la norme
NMB ICES-3 (classe A). Le produit doit être connecté à l'aide d'un câble
réseau blindé (STP) qui est correctement mis à la terre.
Europe
This digital equipment fulfills the requirements for RF emission
according to the Class A limit of EN 55022. The product shall be
connected using a shielded network cable (STP) that is properly
grounded. Notice! This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment
this product may cause RF interference, in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
This product fulfills the requirements for immunity according
to EN 61000-6-1 residential, commercial and light-industrial
environments.
This product fulfills the requirements for immunity according to
EN 61000-6-2 industrial environments.
This product fulfills the requirements for immunity according to
EN 55024 office and commercial environments.
Australia/New Zealand
This digital equipment fulfills the requirements for RF emission
according to the Class A limit of AS/NZS CISPR 22. The product shall
be connected using a shielded network cable (STP) that is properly
grounded. Notice! This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment
this product may cause RF interference, in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
Japan
この装置は、クラスA 情報技術装置です。この装置を家庭環
境で使⽤すると電波妨害 を引き起こすことがあります。この
場合には使⽤者が適切な対策を講ずるよう要求され ることが
あります。 本製品は、シールドネットワークケーブル(STP)を
使⽤して接続してください。また適切に接地してください。
Korea
이 기기는 업무용(A급) 전자파적합기기로서 판매자 또는 사
용자는 이 점을 주의하시기 바라며, 가정외의 지역에서 사용
하는 것을 목적으로 합니다. 적절히 접지된 STP (shielded
twisted pair) 케이블을 사용하여 제품을 연결 하십시오.
Safety
This product complies with IEC/EN/UL 60950-1, Safety of Information
Technology Equipment. If its connecting cables are routed outdoors,
the product shall be grounded either through a shielded network cable
(STP) or other appropriate method.
The power supply used with this product shall fulfill the requirements
for Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) and Limited Power Source (LPS)
according to IEC/EN/UL 60950-1.
Battery
The Axis product uses a 3.0 V CR2032 lithium battery as the power
supply for its internal real-time clock (RTC). Under normal conditions
this battery will last for a minimum of five years.
Low battery power affects the operation of the RTC, causing it to reset
at every power-up. When the battery needs replacing, a log message
will appear in the product’s server report. For more information about
the server report, see the product´s setup pages or contact Axis support.
The battery should not be replaced unless required, but if the battery
does need replacing, contact Axis support at www.axis.com/techsup for
assistance.
Lithium coin cell 3.0 V batteries contain 1,2-dimethoxyethane; ethylene
glycol dimethyl ether (EGDME), CAS no. 110-71-4.
WARNING
• Risk of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
• Replace only with an identical battery or a battery which is
recommended by Axis.
• Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations or
the battery manufacturer's instructions.
Disposal and Recycling
When this product has reached the end of its useful life, dispose of
it according to local laws and regulations. For information about
your nearest designated collection point, contact your local authority
responsible for waste disposal. In accordance with local legislation,
penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste.
Europe
This symbol means that the product shall not be disposed of
together with household or commercial waste. Directive 2012/19/EU
on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is applicable in
the European Union member states. To prevent potential harm to
human health and the environment, the product must be disposed
of in an approved and environmentally safe recycling process. For
information about your nearest designated collection point, contact
your local authority responsible for waste disposal. Businesses should
contact the product supplier for information about how to dispose
of this product correctly.
This product complies with the requirements of Directive 2011/65/EU on
the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical
and electronic equipment (RoHS).
China
This product complies with the requirements of the legislative
act Administration on the Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic
Information Products (ACPEIP).
Contact Information
Axis Communications AB
Emdalavägen 14
223 69 Lund
Sweden
Tel: +46 46 272 18 00
Fax: +46 46 13 61 30
www.axis.com
Support
Should you require any technical assistance, please contact your Axis
reseller. If your questions cannot be answered immediately, your
reseller will forward your queries through the appropriate channels to
ensure a rapid response. If you are connected to the Internet, you can:
• download user documentation and software updates
• find answers to resolved problems in the FAQ database. Search
by product, category, or phrase
• report problems to Axis support staff by logging in to your private
support area
• chat with Axis support staff
• visit Axis Support at www.axis.com/techsup/
Learn More!
Visit Axis learning center www.axis.com/academy/ for useful trainings,
webinars, tutorials and guides.
AXIS P1364 Network Camera
Safety Information
Safety Information
Hazard Levels
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE
TICE
NO
Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could result in damage to property.
Other Message Levels
Important
Indicates significant information which is essential for the product to function correctly.
Note
Indicates useful information which helps in getting the most out of the product.
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AXIS P1364 Network Camera
Table of Contents
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hazard Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Message Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connectors and Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Status LED Behavior for Focus Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replace the Lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access the Product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access from a Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access from the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set the Root Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PTZ Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Capture Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Power Line Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Live View Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media Streams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Stream H.264 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MJPEG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AXIS Media Control (AMC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alternative Methods of Accessing the Video Stream . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access Audio Streams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up the Product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust focus with the Focus Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video and Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Video Streams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stream Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camera Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overlay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Privacy Mask . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Privacy Mask . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure the Live View Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Guard Tour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install PTZ Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Queue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Detectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camera Tampering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Motion Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upload Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AXIS Video Motion Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start and Stop the Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Application in an Action Rule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Action Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Recipients . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Create Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Set Up Recurrences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Find Recordings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Play Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Export Video Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Continuous Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date & Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ports & Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset to Factory Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrade the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performance Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Hardware Overview
Hardware Overview
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Status LED
Built-in microphone
microSD card slot
Audio in
Audio out
Network connector (PoE)
Power LED
Network LED
Control button
I/O connector
Iris connector
Power connector (DC)
RS485/422 connector
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Lock screw for focus ring
Zoom puller
Connectors and Buttons
For technical specifications, see page 73.
Network Connector
RJ45 Ethernet connector with Power over Ethernet (PoE).
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AXIS P1364 Network Camera
Hardware Overview
NOTICE
TICE
NO
Due to local regulations or the environmental and electrical conditions in which the product is to be used, a shielded network
cable (STP) may be appropriate or required. All cables connecting the product to the network and that are routed outdoors
or in demanding electrical environments shall be intended for their specific use. Make sure that the network devices
are installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. For information about regulatory requirements, see
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) on page 2 .
I/O Connector
Use with external devices in combination with, for example, tampering alarms, motion detection, event triggering, time lapse recording
and alarm notifications. In addition to the 0 V DC reference point and power (DC output), the I/O connector provides the interface to:
•
Digital output – For connecting external devices such as relays and LEDs. Connected devices can be activated by the
VAPIX® Application Programming Interface, output buttons on the Live View page or by an Action Rule. The output will
show as active (shown under System Options > Ports & Devices) if the alarm device is activated.
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Digital input – An alarm input for connecting devices that can toggle between an open and closed circuit, for example:
PIRs, door/window contacts, glass break detectors, etc. When a signal is received the state changes and the input becomes
active (shown under System Options > Ports & Devices).
Power Connector
2-pin terminal block for power input. Use a Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) compliant limited power source (LPS) with either a rated
output power limited to ≤100 W or a rated output current limited to ≤5 A.
Audio Connector
The Axis product has the following audio connectors:
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Audio in (pink) – 3.5 mm input for a mono microphone, or a line-in mono signal.
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Audio out (green) – 3.5 mm output for audio (line level) that can be connected to a public address (PA) system or an
active speaker with a built-in amplifier. A stereo connector must be used for audio out.
For audio in, the left channel is used from a stereo signal.
RS485/RS422 Connector
Two terminal blocks for RS485/RS422 serial interface used to control auxiliary equipment such as pan-tilt devices.
SD Card Slot
NOTICE
TICE
NO
• Risk of damage to SD card. Do not use sharp tools or excessive force when inserting or removing the SD card.
• Risk of data loss. To prevent data corruption, the SD card should be unmounted before removal. To unmount, go to Setup >
System Options > Storage > SD Card and click Unmount.
This product supports microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC cards (not included).
For SD card recommendations, see www.axis.com
Control Button
For location of the control button, see Hardware Overview on page 7 .
The control button is used for:
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Enabling the Focus Assistant. Press and very quickly release the Control button.
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Resetting the product to factory default settings. See page 68.
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Connecting to an AXIS Video Hosting System service. See page 59. To connect, press and hold the button for about 3
seconds until the Status LED flashes green.
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Connecting to AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service. See page 59. To connect, press and hold the button for about 3 seconds.
LED Indicators
Note
• The Status LED can be configured to be unlit during normal operation. To configure, go to Setup > System Options > Ports
& Devices > LED. See the online help for more information.
• The Status LED can be configured to flash while an event is active.
• The Status LED can be configured to flash for identifying the unit. Go to Setup > System Options > Maintenance .
Status LED
Indication
Green
Steady green for normal operation.
Amber
Steady during startup. Flashes when restoring settings.
Network LED
Indication
Green
Steady for connection to a 100 Mbit/s network. Flashes for network activity.
Amber
Steady for connection to a 10 Mbit/s network. Flashes for network activity.
Unlit
No network connection.
Power LED
Indication
Green
Normal operation.
Amber
Flashes green/amber during firmware upgrade.
Status LED Behavior for Focus Assistant
The status LED flashes when the Focus Assistant is active.
Color
Indication
Red
The image is out of focus.
Adjust the lens.
Amber
The image is close to focus.
The lens needs fine tuning.
Green
The image is in focus.
Replace the Lens
Note
There is no need to restart the product after changing the lens. However, the product must be restarted if you are
interchanging between a P-Iris, DC iris or fixed/manual iris lens. In order to set the focus and position the lens, the product
must be connected to the network.
It is possible to use optional lenses for the Axis product.
To replace the lens:
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1. Disconnect the iris cable.
2. Unscrew the standard lens.
3. Attach and screw on the new lens.
Note
If you select a DC iris configuration file for a P-Iris lens, an error message will appear below the iris configuration type in the
Camera Settings page. For custom DC iris lenses, select Generic DC iris option.
To change the iris configuration:
1. Go to Setup > Video and Audio > Camera Settings. Iris configuration shows the current configured iris type.
2. Click Edit.
3. Select the installed iris lens from the drop-down list and click OK.
To change the iris configuration for P-Iris lenses not listed in the drop-down list:
1. Download the iris configuration file from www.axis.com
2. Go to Setup > Video and Audio > Camera Settings. Iris configuration shows the current configured iris type.
3. In Iris configuration: Click Edit.
4. Go to the Upload tab.
5. Click Browse and select the configuration file.
6. Click Upload. The installed iris lens should now be included in the Iris Selection drop-down list.
7. Select the installed iris lens from the drop-down list and click OK.
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Access the Product
Access the Product
To install the Axis product, see the Installation Guide supplied with the product.
The product can be used with most operating systems and browsers. The recommended browsers are
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Internet Explorer® with Windows®
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Safari® with OS X®
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ChromeTM or Firefox® with other operating systems.
See Technical Specifications on page 73.
To view streaming video in Internet Explorer, allow installation of AXIS Media Control (AMC) when prompted.
The Axis product includes one (1) H.264 decoder license for viewing video streams and one (1) AAC audio license. The licenses are
automatically installed with AMC. The administrator can disable the installation of the decoders, to prevent installation of unlicensed
copies.
Note
• QuickTimeTM is also supported for viewing H.264 streams and for audio.
Access from a Browser
1. Start a web browser.
2. Enter the IP address or host name of the Axis product in the browser’s Location/Address field.
To access the product from a Mac computer (OS X), go to Safari, click on Bonjour and select the product from the
drop-down list.
If you do not know the IP address, use AXIS IP Utility to locate the product on the network. For information about
how to discover and assign an IP address, see the document Assign an IP Address and Access the Video Stream on Axis
Support web at www.axis.com/techsup
Note
To show Bonjour as a browser bookmark, go to Safari > Preferences.
3. Enter your user name and password. If this is the first time the product is accessed, the root password must first be
configured. For instructions, see Set the Root Password on page 12.
4. The product’s Live View page opens in your browser.
Note
The controls and layout of the Live View page may have been customized to meet specific installation requirements and
user preferences. Consequently, some of the examples and functions featured here may differ from those displayed in
your own Live View page.
Access from the Internet
Once connected, the Axis product is accessible on your local network (LAN). To access the product from the Internet you must
configure your network router to allow incoming data traffic to the product. To do this, enable the NAT-traversal feature, which
will attempt to automatically configure the router to allow access to the product. This is enabled from Setup > System Options >
Network > TCP/IP Advanced.
For more information, see NAT traversal (port mapping) for IPv4 on page 61. See also AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service at
www.axiscam.net
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For Technical notes on this and other topics, visit the Axis Support web at www.axis.com/techsup
Set the Root Password
To access the Axis product, you must set the password for the default administrator user root. This is done in the Configure Root
Password dialog, which opens when the product is accessed for the first time.
To prevent network eavesdropping, the root password can be set via an encrypted HTTPS connection, which requires an HTTPS
certificate. HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol over SSL) is a protocol used to encrypt traffic between web browsers and servers. The
HTTPS certificate ensures encrypted exchange of information. See HTTPS on page 55.
The default administrator user name root is permanent and cannot be deleted. If the password for root is lost, the product must be
reset to the factory default settings. See Reset to Factory Default Settings on page 68.
To set the password via a standard HTTP connection, enter it directly in the dialog.
To set the password via an encrypted HTTPS connection, follow these steps:
1. Click Use HTTPS.
A temporary certificate (valid for one year) is created, enabling encryption of all traffic to and from the product, and the
password can now be set securely.
2. Enter a password and then re-enter it to confirm the spelling.
3. Click OK. The password has now been configured.
PTZ Mode
PTZ mode is set the first time the Axis product is accessed and can only be changed by resetting the product to factory default.
Digital PTZ is the default mode and should be used when a pan/tilt motor is not used.
If the camera is mounted to a pan/tilt motor, select Uploadable PTZ driver. For information about how to upload a PTZ driver, see
Install PTZ Driver on page 36.
Configure Capture Mode
Capture mode defines the maximum resolution and maximum frame rate available in the Axis product. The capture mode setting also
affects the camera’s angle of view.
Select the desired capture mode from the drop-down list and click OK.
See also Capture Mode on page 24.
Set Power Line Frequency
Power line frequency is set the first time the Axis product is accessed and can only be changed from Plain Config (see page 67)
or by resetting the product to factory default.
Select the power line frequency (50 Hz or 60 Hz) used at the location of the Axis product. Selecting the wrong frequency may cause
image flicker if the product is used in fluorescent light environments.
Note
Power line frequency varies depending on geographic region. The Americas usually use 60 Hz, whereas most other parts of
the world use 50 Hz. Local variations could apply. Always check with the local authorities.
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The Live View Page
The controls and layout of the Live View page may have been customized to meet specific installation requirements and user
preferences. Consequently, some of the examples and functions featured here may differ from those displayed in your own Live View
page. The following provides an overview of each available control.
Controls on the Live View Page
Click View size to scale the image down to 800 pixels wide or to full scale. Only available in MJPEG.
Click the View size buttons to show the image in full size (right button) or to scale down the image to
fit the browser window (left button).
Click WDR on to enable WDR in intense backlight conditions. Click WDR off to disable WDR in low
light conditions for optimal exposure.
Select a stream profile for the Live View page from the Stream Profile drop-down list. For information
about how to configure stream profiles, see page 23.
Click Pulse to activate the product’s output port for a defined period of time. For information about how
to enable and configure output buttons, see page 33. The output button name may differ depending on
the name entered in the I/O Ports configuration.
Click the Active/Inactive buttons to manually activate and inactive the product’s output port. For
information about how to enable and configure output buttons, see page 33.
The Manual Trigger button is used to trigger an action rule from the Live View page. For information
about how to configure and enable the button, see Manual Trigger on page 13.
Click Snapshot to save a snapshot of the video image. This button is primarily intended for use when
the AXIS Media Control viewer toolbar is not available. Enable this button from Live View Config >
Action Buttons.
The Audio clip drop-down list allows you to play an audio clip from the Live View page. Select the
audio clip and click the Play button.
Manual Trigger
The Manual Trigger is used to trigger an action rule from the Live View page. The manual trigger can for example be used to
validate actions during product installation and configuration.
To configure the manual trigger:
1. Go to Setup > Events.
2. Click Add to add a new action rule.
3. From the Trigger drop-down list, select Input Signal.
4. From the second drop-down list, select Manual Trigger.
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5. Select the desired action and configure the other settings as required.
For more information about action rules, see Events on page 47.
To show the manual trigger buttons in the Live View page:
1. Go to Setup > Live View Config.
2. Under Action Buttons, select Show manual trigger button.
AXIS Media Control viewer toolbar
The AXIS Media Control viewer toolbar is available in Internet Explorer only. See AXIS Media Control (AMC) on page 16 for more
information. The toolbar displays the following buttons:
The Play button connects to the Axis product and starts playing a media stream.
The Stop button stops the media stream.
The Snapshot button takes a snapshot of the video image. The location where the image is saved can be specified
in the AMC Control Panel.
Click the View Full Screen button and the video image will fill the entire screen. Press ESC (Escape) on the computer
keyboard to cancel full screen view.
The Record button is used to record the current video stream on your computer. The location where the recording is saved
can be specified in the AMC Control Panel. Enable this button from Live View Config > Viewer Settings.
AMC Audio Controls
AMC audio buttons control the speakers and microphone connected to the client computer. The buttons are only visible when
audio is enabled.
For information about how to configure audio, see Set Up Audio on page 29.
Speaker button — Click to turn the speakers on or off.
Microphone button – Click to mute or unmute the microphone. In Simplex - speaker only mode, the Microphone and Talk
buttons must both be active to send audio to the Axis product. Click either button to stop audio transmission.
Use the slider to control the volume of the speakers and the microphone.
Half-duplex mode
The Talk/Listen button is used to switch between sending and receiving audio. The button can be configured
from the Audio tab in the AMC Control panel:
• Push-To-Talk mode: Click and hold the button to talk/send. Release the button to listen.
• Toggle mode: Click once to switch between talking and listening.
Simplex – speaker only mode
To send audio, the Talk and Microphone buttons must both be active. Click either button to stop audio
transmission.
Note
These controls are available if digital PTZ is enabled in the selected view area or if a PTZ driver has been uploaded. For more
information on view areas, see View Area on page 26. For more information on how to upload a driver, see Install PTZ Driver
on page 36. To switch between the two options see PTZ Mode on page 12.
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With the PTZ Control Queue enabled the time each user is in control of the PTZ settings is limited. Click the buttons to request or
release control of the PTZ controls. The PTZ Control Queue is set up under PTZ > Control Queue.
Click the Emulate joystick mode button and click in the image to move the camera view in the direction of the
mouse pointer.
Click the Center mode button and click in the image to center the camera view on that position.
The center mode button could also be used to zoom in on a specific area. Click in the image and drag to draw a
rectangle surrounding the area to be magnified. To zoom out, rotate the mouse wheel.
Click the Ctrl panel button to open the PTZ control panel which provides additional PTZ controls.
User-defined buttons can also appear in the Control panel. See Controls on page 35.
To view a specific view area or preset position, select it from the Source list.
The PTZ controls can be disabled under PTZ > Advanced > Controls, see Controls on page 35.
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Media Streams
The Axis product provides several audio and video stream formats. Your requirements and the properties of your network will
determine the type you use.
The Live View page in the product provides access to H.264 and Motion JPEG video streams, audio streams and to the list of available
stream profiles. Other applications and clients can access video and audio streams directly, without going via the Live View page.
How to Stream H.264
H.264 can, without compromising image quality, reduce the size of a digital video file by more than 80% compared with the Motion
JPEG format and as much as 50% more than the MPEG-4 standard. This means that much less network bandwidth and storage space
are required for a video file. Or seen another way, much higher video quality can be achieved for a given bit rate.
Deciding which combination of protocols and methods to use depends on your viewing requirements, and on the properties of
your network. The available options in AXIS Media Control are:
Unicast RTP
This unicast method (RTP over UDP) is used
for live unicast video, especially when it is
important to have an up-to-date video stream,
even if some frames are dropped.
Unicasting is used for video-on-demand
transmission so that there is no video traffic
on the network until a client connects and
requests the stream.
Note that there are a maximum of 20
simultaneous unicast connections.
RTP over RTSP
This unicast method (RTP tunneled over RTSP)
is useful as it is relatively simple to configure
firewalls to allow RTSP traffic.
RTP over RTSP over HTTP
This unicast method can be used to traverse
firewalls. Firewalls are commonly configured to
allow the HTTP protocol, thus allowing RTP to
be tunneled.
Multicast RTP
This method (RTP over UDP) should be used for live multicast video. The video stream is always
up-to-date, even if some frames are dropped.
Multicasting provides the most efficient usage of bandwidth when there are large numbers of
clients viewing simultaneously. A multicast cannot however, pass a network router unless the
router is configured to allow this. It is not possible to multicast over the Internet, for example.
Note also that all multicast viewers count as one unicast viewer in the maximum total of 20
simultaneous connections.
AXIS Media Control negotiates with the Axis product to determine the transport protocol to use. The order of priority, listed in the
AMC Control Panel, can be changed and the options disabled, to suit specific requirements.
Note
H.264 is licensed technology. The Axis product includes one H.264 viewing client license. Installing additional unlicensed
copies of the client is prohibited. To purchase additional licenses, contact your Axis reseller.
MJPEG
This format uses standard JPEG still images for the video stream. These images are then displayed and updated at a rate sufficient
to create a stream that shows constantly updated motion.
The Motion JPEG stream uses considerable amounts of bandwidth, but provides excellent image quality and access to every image
contained in the stream. The recommended method of accessing Motion JPEG live video from the Axis product is to use the AXIS
Media Control in Internet Explorer in Windows.
AXIS Media Control (AMC)
AXIS Media Control (AMC) in Internet Explorer in Windows is the recommended method of accessing live video from the Axis product.
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The AMC Control Panel can be used to configure various video and audio settings. Please see the AXIS Media Control User’s
Manual for more information.
The AMC Control Panel is automatically installed on first use, after which it can be configured. Open the AMC Control Panel from:
•
Windows Control Panel (from the Start screen or Start menu)
•
Alternatively, right-click the video image in Internet Explorer and click Settings.
Alternative Methods of Accessing the Video Stream
You can also access video and images from the Axis product in the following ways:
•
Motion JPEG server push (if supported by the client, Chrome or Firefox, for example). This option maintains an open HTTP
connection to the browser and sends data as and when required, for as long as required.
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Still JPEG images in a browser. Enter the path http://<ip>/axis-cgi/jpg/image.cgi
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Windows Media Player. This requires AXIS Media Control and the H.264 decoder to be installed. The following paths
can be used:
•
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Unicast via RTP: axrtpu://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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Unicast via RTSP: axrtsp://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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Unicast via RTSP, tunneled via HTTP: axrtsphttp://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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Multicast: axrtpm://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
QuickTimeTM. The following paths can be used:
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rtsp://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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rtsp://<ip>/axis-media/media.3gp
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Note
• <ip>= IP address
• The Axis product supports QuickTime 6.5.1 and later.
• QuickTime may add latency to the video stream.
• It may be possible to use other players to view the H.264 stream using the paths above, although Axis does not guarantee
this.
Access Audio Streams
The Live View page provides access to audio through AXIS Media Control; in addition audio can be accessed in the following ways:
•
VAPIX® Application Programming Interface (API) For more information, visit www.axis.com/developer
•
Windows Media Player supports simplex audio. The following paths can be used:
•
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Unicast via RTP: axrtpu://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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Unicast via RTSP: axrtsp://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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Unicast via RTSP, tunneled via HTTP: axrtsphttp://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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Multicast: axrtpm://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
QuickTimeTM supports G.711 and AAC audio encoding. The following paths can be used:
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rtsp://<ip>/axis-media/media.amp
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rtsp://<ip>/axis-media/media.3gp
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Set Up the Product
The Axis product can be configured by users with administrator or operator rights. To open the product’s Setup pages, click Setup in
the top right-hand corner of the Live View page.
•
Administrators have unrestricted access to all settings.
•
Operators have restricted access to settings, see Users on page 55
See also the online help
.
Basic Setup
Basic Setup provides shortcuts to the settings that should be made before using the Axis product:
1. Users. See page 55.
2. TCP/IP. See page 58.
3. Date & Time. See page 57.
4. Video Stream. See page 21.
5. Focus. See page 29
6. Audio Settings. See page 29.
The Basic Setup menu can be disabled from System Options > Security > Users.
Adjust focus
Follow these instructions to set the focus and zoom.
If the camera is mounted so that you cannot look at the image and access the lens at the same time, use the Focus Assistant, see
Adjust focus with the Focus Assistant on page 20.
1. Open the product’s home page and go to Setup > Basic Setup > Focus.
2. Under the Basic tab, click Open iris. If the button is inactive the iris is already open.
3. If focus has been set before, click Reset to reset the back focus.
4. Loosen the zoom and focus pullers on the lens by turning them counter-clockwise. See Hardware Overview on page 7 .
5. Move the pullers to set zoom and focus and check the quality of the image in the image window.
6. Re-tighten the zoom and focus pullers.
7. On the Focus page, click Fine-tune focus automatically and wait until automatic fine tuning is completed.
8. Click Enable iris. If the button is inactive the iris is already enabled.
9. If needed, make further adjustments under the Advanced tab. See the online help for more information.
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Adjust focus with the Focus Assistant
Note
• The view in front of the camera should not be changed during focus adjustment. If the camera is moved, or if a finger or
other object is placed in front of the lens, restart the procedure.
• If movements in front of the camera cannot be avoided, the Focus Assistant should not be used.
• If the control button is not released within two seconds, AXIS Dynamic DNS Service is enabled instead of the Focus Assistant.
• If the camera is mounted so that the control button cannot be accessed, you can still use the Focus Assistant. Follow the
instructions but enable the Focus Assistant before mounting the camera.
1. Open the product’s home page and go to Setup > Basic Setup > Focus.
2. Under the Basic tab, click Open iris. If the button is inactive the iris is already open.
3. If focus has been set before, click Reset to reset the back focus.
4. Mount or place the camera so that it cannot be moved.
5. Loosen the zoom puller by turning it anti-clockwise. Move the puller to set the zoom level. Retighten the zoom puller.
6. Set the camera to its extreme distant-focus position by loosening the focus puller and turning the focus ring fully clockwise.
7. Press and quickly release the control button. When the status indicator flashes, the Focus Assistant is enabled.
8. Gently turn the focus ring anti-clockwise until it stops.
9. Turn the focus ring slowly clockwise until the status indicator flashes green.
10. To exit the Focus Assistant, press the control button. If you cannot access the control button, the Focus Assistant is
switched off automatically after 15 minutes.
11. Re-tighten the focus puller.
12. Open the Live View page in the web browser and check the quality of the image.
13. On the Focus page, click Fine-tune focus automatically and wait until automatic fine tuning is completed.
14. Click Enable iris. If the button is inactive the iris is already enabled.
15. If needed, make further adjustments under the Advanced tab. See the online help for more information.
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Video and Audio
The video and audio settings can be used to optimize video and audio quality. You can configure the following:
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Video stream settings. See page 21.
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Stream profiles. See page 23.
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Camera settings. See page 23.
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View areas. See page 26.
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Overlay image. See page 26.
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Privacy mask. See page 28.
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Focus. See page 29.
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Audio settings. See page 29.
•
Audio clips. See page 31.
Set Up Video Streams
To set up the product’s video streams, go to Video & Audio > Video Stream.
The video stream settings are divided into the following tabs:
•
Image. See page 21.
•
Audio. See page 29.
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H.264. See page 22.
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Zipstream. See page 22
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MJPEG. See page 23.
Pixel Counter
The pixel counter shows the number of pixels in an area of the image. The pixel counter is useful in situations where there is
a specific size requirement, for example in face recognition.
The pixel counter can be used:
•
When setting up a video stream, see Set Up Video Streams on page 21. Under Preview, click Open and select the Show
pixel counter option to enable the rectangle in the image. Use the mouse to move and resize the rectangle, or enter the
number of pixels in the Width and Height fields and click Apply.
•
When setting focus, see Focus on page 29. Select the Show pixel counter option to enable the rectangle in the image. Use
the mouse to move and resize the rectangle, or enter the number of pixels in the Width and Height fields and click Apply.
•
When accessing the Live View page in Internet Explorer with AXIS Media Control (AMC) in Windows. Right-click in the
image and select Pixel counter. Use the mouse to move and resize the rectangle.
Image
The default image settings can be configured under Video & Audio > Video Stream. Select the Image tab.
The following settings are available:
•
Resolution. Select the default resolution.
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Compression. The compression level affects the image quality, bandwidth and file size of saved images; the lower the
compression, the higher the image quality with higher bandwidth requirements and larger file sizes.
•
Mirror image. If required, the image can be mirrored.
•
Rotate image. If required, the image can be rotated.
•
Maximum frame rate. To avoid bandwidth problems, the frame rate allowed to each viewer can be Limited to a fixed
amount. Alternatively, the frame rate can be set as Unlimited, which means the Axis product always delivers the highest
frame rate possible under the current conditions.
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Overlay settings. See Overlay on page 26.
Click Save to apply the new settings.
H.264
H.264, also known as MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC, is a video compression standard that provides high quality video streams at low bit rates.
An H.264 video stream consists of different types of frames such as I-frames and P-frames. An I-frame is a complete image whereas
P-frames only contain the differences from previous frames.
The H.264 stream settings can be configured from the Video & Audio > Video Stream page. Select the H.264 tab. The settings
defined in this page will apply to all H.264 streams that do not use a stream profile.
The GOP length is the number of frames between two consecutive I-frames. Increasing the GOP length may save considerably on
bandwidth requirements in some cases, but may also have an adverse affect on image quality.
The Axis product supports the following H.264 profile(s):
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Baseline. The Baseline profile is recommended for clients that don’t support CABAC entropy coding.
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Main. The Main profile provides higher compression with maintained video quality compared to the Baseline profile but
requires more processing power to decode.
•
High. The High profile provides reduced bit rate and higher compression with maintained video quality compared to the
Main profile but requires more processing power to decode.
The bit rate can be set as Variable bit rate (VBR) or Maximum bit rate (MBR). VBR adjusts the bit rate according to the image
complexity, using up more bandwidth for increased activity in the image, and less for lower image activity. When the activity in
the scene increases, the bit rate would usually increase as well. If there is a surplus in bandwidth, this may not be an issue and
selecting Variable bit rate (VBR) will be sufficient. But if bandwidth is limited, it is recommended to control the bit rate by selecting
Maximum bit rate (MBR). When the activity in the scene increases, VBR adjusts the bit rate according to the complexity, using up
more bandwidth for increased activity in the scene, and less for lower scene activity. MBR allows you to set a target bit rate that
limits the bandwidth consumption.
The MBR target bit rate works like the ceiling of a tent. It limits the bit rate, while maintaining some flexibility. The bit rate
may bounce up and down within the set target but when it nears the set target value, the limitation kicks in. However, because
MBR will always prioritize a continuous video stream, it allows temporary overshoots from the target bit rate. Because setting a
target value prevents the bit rate from increasing, frame rate and image quality are affected negatively. To partly compensate for
this, select which variable shall be prioritized, frame rate or image quality. Not setting a priority means that frame rate and
image quality are equally affected.
The current bit rate can be set to appear as text overlay. Under Overlay Settings, select Include text and enter the modifier
#b in the field.
To apply the settings, click Save.
Axis’ Zipstream Technology
Zipstream is a bit rate-reduction technology optimized for video surveillance. Zipstream reduces the average bit rate in the H.264
stream by removing unnecessary data and makes it possible to allow higher resolutions, reduce storage cost or to keep recordings for
a longer time. To reduce the bit rate, Zipstream reduces the number of bits in the areas of the image that are less interesting from a
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video surveillance perspective, for example the background. Image details that are important for forensic video analysis, for example
faces and license plates, are preserved with enough number of bits.
These Zipstream strength options are available:
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Off. Zipstream disabled.
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Lowest Zipstream strength. Low bandwidth reduction. No visible quality degradation in most scenes
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Medium Zipstream strength. Medium bandwidth reduction. Limited visual quality degradation in not prioritized areas in
some scenes
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Highest Zipstream strength. High bandwidth reduction. Visible quality degradation in not prioritized areas in many scenes
Lowest Zipstream strength is the default setting for the product. This configuration is very safe to use in all applications while still
reducing the bit rate.
For cloud-connected cameras or cameras using edge storage that need to limit the bit rate for increased storage time it is
recommended to select the Highest Zipstream strength. This setting is very good to combine with motion detection triggering and
variable bit rate (VBR) where the bit rate is allowed to adapt to changes in complexity in the scene.
Axis’ Zipstream Technology for H.264 conforms to the H.264 standard and is compatible with third-party clients and VMS solutions
that decode H.264 video.
The bit rate controller built into the product can be combined with Zipsteam to enforce a maximum bit rate (MBR) limit. Axis
Communications recommends using VBR or MBR with a rather high bit rate limit to enable the full potential of Axis’ Zipstream
Technology.
MJPEG
Sometimes the image size is large due to low light or complex scenery. Adjusting the maximum frame size helps to control the
bandwidth and storage used by the Motion JPEG video stream in these situations. Setting the frame size to the Default setting
provides consistently good image quality at the expense of increased bandwidth and storage usage in low light. Limiting the frame
size optimizes bandwidth and storage usage, but may give poor image quality. To prevent increased bandwidth and storage usage,
the maximum frame size should be set to an optimal value.
Stream Profiles
A stream profile is a set of predefined stream settings including resolution, compression, frame rate and overlay settings. Stream
profiles can be used:
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When setting up recording using action rules. See Events on page 47.
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When setting up continuous recording. See Continuous Recording on page 53.
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In the Live View page – select the stream profile from the Stream profile drop-down list.
For quick setup, use one of the predefined stream profiles. Each predefined profile has a descriptive name, indicating its purpose. If
required, the predefined stream profiles can be modified and new customized stream profiles can be created.
To create a new profile or modify an existing profile, go to Setup > Video & Audio > Stream Profiles.
To select a default stream profile for the Live View page, go to Setup > Live View Config.
Camera Settings
The Video & Audio > Camera Settings page provides access to advanced image settings for the Axis product.
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Capture Mode
Capture mode defines the maximum resolution and maximum frame rate available in the Axis product. A capture mode with a large
maximum resolution has a reduced maximum frame rate and vice versa. The capture mode setting also affects the camera’s angle of
view as the effective size of the image sensor differs between capture modes.
Capture mode is set the first time the product is accessed. Select the desired capture mode and click OK.
Important
Changing capture mode when the product has been configured is not recommended as most other settings will be either
removed or reset.
To change capture mode, follow these steps:
1. Go to Setup > Video & Audio > Camera Settings.
2. Select the new capture mode.
3. Click Save.
Image Appearance
To change Image Appearance go to the menus under Setup > Video & Audio > Camera Settings.
Increasing the Color level increases the color saturation. The value 100 gives maximum color saturation and the value 0 gives
minimum color saturation.
The image Brightness can be adjusted in the range 0–100, where a higher value produces a brighter image.
Increasing the Sharpness can increase bandwidth usage. A sharper image might increase image noise especially in low light
conditions. A lower setting reduces image noise, but the whole image will appear less sharp.
The Contrast changes the relative difference between light and dark. It can be adjusted using the slidebar.
Local Contrast applies contrast to a specific area of the image. Use the slider to adjust the contrast, where a higher value produces
an image with high contrast between the dark and light areas and is suitable for scenes with wide dynamic range.
White Balance
To change this setting go to Setup > Video & Audio > Camera Settings
White balance is used to make colors in the image appear the same regardless of the color temperature of the light source. The Axis
product can be set to automatically identify the light source and compensate for its color. Alternatively, select the type of light
source from the drop-down list. For a description of each available setting, see the online help
.
The white balance window is enabled for the Automatic and Automatic outdoor options that appear in the White balance drop-down
list. Select one of the options from the drop-down list to set the white balance window properties. Select Automatic to use the
default settings for the Automatic and Automatic outdoor options (in the White balance drop-down list). Select Custom to manually
set a reference window for white balance in the view area.
Wide Dynamic Range
Wide dynamic range (WDR - Forensic Capture) provides balanced images in scenes when there is a considerable contrast between
light and dark areas in the image. The camera automatically handles the transition between such scenes and low-light conditions. In
rare light conditions disabling WDR might give a better image.
Important
Use WDR in combination with automatic exposure control. Other exposure settings could give undesirable results.
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Exposure Settings
Exposure is the amount of light the camera’s sensor captures for a scene. Too much light results in a washed out image and too
little light results in a dark image.
Exposure value - Use the Exposure value slider to adjust the overall brightness of the image.
Exposure control - Select a suitable option to control exposure.
For most scenes the Automatic option will provide the best results. The shutter speed is automatically set to produce optimum
image quality.
If the image flickers that can be caused by fluorescent lamps or other light sources. To reduce flicker in the image, select the Flicker
option that matches the power line frequency.
The Hold current option locks the current exposure settings.
Max exposure time - Shutter speed, also called ‘exposure time’ stands for the length of time the camera shutter is open, thereby
exposing the camera sensor to light. If shutter speed is fast it can freeze action effectively. If shutter speed is slow, it can cause
moving objects to appear blurred. Decreasing the exposure time will reduce motion blur.
Exposure zones - This setting determines which part of the image is used to calculate the exposure. For most situations, the Auto
setting can be used.
You can select a predefined area by defining Include and Exclude windows within the image. Exclude windows exclude areas that are
too bright or dark, and Include windows include areas in the scene that have better lighting which will contribute to the exposure data.
There must be at least one Include window. There can be a total of ten Include and Exclude windows to tailor the exposure zone.
Note that an Exclude window is effective only when placed inside an include window.
Tip: If an area is extremely bright draw an Include window to cover the whole area and define Exclude windows within it to
block out the bright areas.
Shutter & Gain
Normal Light - Use the slider to set the Priority between Low motion blur and Low noise. When prioritizing low noise (slider
all the way to the left) the Axis product will automatically decrease shutter speed as brightness decreases. When the shutter
speed reaches 1/30 s the Axis product will increase gain until the set maximum gain for normal light is reached. Select the Max
gain value from the drop-down list. This defines the upper limit for gain in the context of normal light. Max fast shutter sets
shutter speed limit in normal light conditions. Depending on a scenario, the shutter speed limit may need to be defined. This is
done through System Options > Advanced > Plain Config.
Low Light - Use the slider to set the Priority between Low motion blur and Low noise. When prioritizing low motion blur (slider
all the way to the right) the camera will automatically increase gain as brightness decreases. When the gain reaches the set
maximum gain for low light, the camera will decrease shutter speed until the set maximum shutter for low light is reached.
This is the default priority setting for low light.
Iris configuration
Iris configuration shows the current configured iris type. Do not change the iris configuration unless the lens has been changed, see
Replace the Lens on page 9 .
Iris adjustment
Select Enable automatic iris adjustment to automatically compensate for changing light conditions. This option is not available
if a fixed iris is used.
Use the Iris adjustment slider to set the preferred F-value. The scale represents the amount the iris is open. If set to 0, the iris is
opened as much as possible. If set to 100, the iris is closed as much as possible. The actual F-value is shown below the slider. If
automatic iris adjustment is enabled, the iris will stay at this position as long as light conditions are favorable. If light conditions
change, the iris will adjust itself to the best iris settings. If automatic iris adjustment is disabled, the iris will lock on the set
position regardless of light conditions
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Day/Night
The IR cut filter prevents infrared (IR) light from reaching the image sensor. In poor lighting conditions, for example at night, or when
using an external IR lamp, set the IR cut filter to Off. This increases light sensitivity and allows the product to “see” infrared light. The
image is shown in black and white when the IR cut filter is off.
If using automatic Exposure control, set the IR cut filter to Auto to automatically switch between On and Off according to the
lighting conditions.
The Day/Night shift level bar helps determine when the camera will shift from day mode to night mode. Normally, the camera
automatically changes mode from day to night when very dark (level 100 in the slider). By setting Day/Night shift level to a
lower value, the camera will change to night mode earlier.
View Area
Note
This feature is available only if digital PTZ was selected when configuring the product for the first time or after resetting
to factory default.
A view area is a cropped part of the full view. Each view area is treated as a video source in Live View and has its own video
stream and PTZ settings.
When setting up a view area it is recommended that the video stream resolution is the same size as or smaller than the view area
size. Setting the video stream resolution larger than the view area size implies digitally scaled up video after sensor capture,
requiring more bandwidth without adding image information.
To enable, go to Video & Audio > Camera Settings and select Enable View Areas.
To add a new view area:
1. Go to Video & Audio > View Area.
2. Click Add.
3. The new view area appears under Selected view area. Enter a descriptive name in the Name field.
4. Select an Aspect ratio and a Video stream resolution.
5. A new view area covers the whole image. Use the mouse to move and resize the view area.
6. Select Enable PTZ to enable digital PTZ for the view area.
7. Click Save to save the settings.
To modify a view area, select the view area in the list and modify the settings as required. Click Save.
To remove a view area, select the view area and click Remove.
Note
The PTZ functionality is useful during installation of the Axis product. Use a view area to crop out a specific part of the
full view.
Overlay
Overlays are used to provide extra information, such as forensic video analysis or during product installation and configuration.
Overlays are superimposed over the video stream.
An overlay text can display the current date and time, or a text string.
When using a text string, modifiers can be used to display information such as the current bit rate or the current frame rate.
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For information about available modifiers, see File Naming & Date/Time Formats in the online help
.
It is also possible to display text when an action rule is triggered, see Use Overlay Text in an Action Rule.
Note
To enable overlays:
1. Go to Video & Audio > Video Stream and select the Image tab.
2. To include an overlay image, select Include overlay image at the coordinates. The overlay image must first be uploaded to
the Axis product, see Overlay Image.
3. To include date and time, select Include date and Include time.
4. To include a text string, select Include text and enter the text in the field. Modifiers can be used, see File Naming &
Date/Time Formats in the online help
.
5. Define text overlay characteristics in the relevant fields.
6. Click Save.
To modify the date and time format, go to System Options > Date & Time. See Date & Time on page 57.
Overlay Image
An overlay image is a static image superimposed over the video stream. The image, for example a company logo, is used to provide
extra information or to mask a part of the image.
Use a privacy mask to set up a dynamic mask which will always mask the specified part of monitored area.
For more information about privacy masks, see Privacy Mask on page 28.
To use an overlay image, the image must first be uploaded to the Axis product. The uploaded image should be a Windows 24-bit BMP
image with maximum 250 colors. The image width and height, in pixels, must be exactly divisible by 4 and cannot be larger than the
maximum image resolution. If combining text and image overlays, take into consideration that the text overlay occupies 16 or 32
pixels in height (depending on the resolution) and has the same width as the video image.
To automatically scale the image to the resolution used by the Axis product, select the option Scale with resolution from the
Transparency Settings page which is displayed when uploading in the image.
To upload an overlay image:
1. Go to Video & Audio > Overlay Image.
2. Click Browse and browse to the file.
3. Click Upload.
4. The Transparency Settings page is now displayed:
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To make a color in the overlay image transparent, select Use transparency and enter the RGB hexadecimal value
for the color. Example: To make white transparent, enter FFFFFF.
For more examples of hexadecimal values, see the online help
-
.
To scale the image automatically, select Scale with resolution. The image will be scaled down to fit the
resolution used by the Axis product.
5. Click Save.
To select the image to use as overlay:
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1. Go to Video & Audio > Overlay Image.
2. Select the image to use from the Use overlay image list and click Save.
To display the overlay image:
1. Go to Video & Audio > Video Stream and select the Image tab.
2. Under Overlay Settings, select Include overlay image at the coordinates.
3. To control the image’s position, enter the X and Y coordinates. The X=0 and Y=0 position is the top left corner. If a part of
the image is positioned outside the video image, the overlay image will be moved so that the whole image is visible.
4. Click Save.
Use Overlay Text in an Action Rule
Action rules, see page 47, can display an overlay text when the rule is triggered. The text can be used to provide information for
forensic video analysis, notify surveillance operators or validate triggers and actions during product installation and configuration.
To display overlay text when an action rule is triggered, the modifier #D should be used as described below. When the rule is
triggered, #D will be replaced by the text specified in the action rule.
Start by enabling overlay text in the video stream:
1. Go to Video & Audio > Video Stream and select the Image tab.
2. Under Overlay Settings, select Include text.
3. Enter the modifier #D and, optionally, additional text which will be displayed also when the action rule is not active.
Create the action rule:
1. Go to Events > Action Rules
2. Click Add to create a new rule.
3. Select a Trigger and, optionally, a Schedule and Additional conditions. See the online help for details.
4. From the Actions list, select Overlay Text
5. Enter the text to display in the Text field. This is the text that #D will be replaced by.
6. Specify the Duration. The text can be displayed while the rule is active or for a fixed number of seconds.
Note
To display text in multiple view areas, overlay text must be enabled in each view area.
Privacy Mask
A privacy mask is a user-defined area that prevent users from viewing parts of the monitored area. Privacy masks appear as blocks
of solid color and are applied on the video stream. Privacy masks cannot be bypassed using the VAPIX® application programming
interface (API).
The Privacy Mask List (Video & Audio > Privacy Mask) shows all the masks that are currently configured in the Axis product and
indicates if they are enabled.
You can add a new mask, re-size the mask with the mouse, choose a color for the mask, and give the mask a name.
For more information, see the online help
Important
Adding many privacy masks may affect the product’s performance.
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Focus
You can focus the Axis product under Video & Audio > Focus. For most applications, the adjustments on the Basic tab are sufficient.
If required, additional adjustments can be made on the Advanced tab. Before focusing, always click Open iris to open the iris to its
maximum. This gives the smallest depth of field and thus best conditions for correct focusing. Click Enable iris when finished focusing.
Basic
Follow the on-screen instructions on the Basic tab to adjust zoom and focus. The pixel counter is used to determine the number of
pixels in an area of the image, for example to ensure that the image size fulfills specific requirements. To position the pixel counter,
click on the text and drag the window to the desired position.
Note
• The back focus (step 2) should only be reset if the camera has been focused previously.
• Set focus as precisely as possible using the focus puller on the lens (step 3) before starting the automatic fine-tuning (step 4).
• If the camera is placed so that it is difficult to look at the image and move the pullers at the same time, you can use the
Focus Assistant to focus the camera; for instructions, see the Installation Guide supplied with the product.
Advanced
The tools on this page can be used to find the optimal focus position. Always open the iris before focusing and enable it when finished
focusing. Focus is measured in the part of the image covered by the Focus window. Use the mouse to move and resize the window
and then click Fine-tune focus automatically. If needed, click in the Focus position bar or on the arrows at the ends of the bar, to
further adjust the focus. The buttons < and > move the focus position one step in either direction. The buttons << and >> move the
focus position multiple steps in either direction. Clicking on the bar sets focus to that position.
Privacy Mask
A privacy mask is an area of solid color that prohibits users from viewing parts of the monitored area. Privacy masks cannot be
bypassed via the VAPIX® Application Programming Interface (API).
The Privacy Mask List, Video & Audio > Privacy Mask, shows all the masks that are currently configured in the Axis product and
indicates if they are enabled.
Since the Pan/Tilt/Zoom coordinates define its size and position, a privacy mask is dynamic in relation to the monitored area. This
means that regardless of the angle and zoom of the lens, the same place or object will be hidden. To define at what magnification the
mask should be displayed, zoom to the desired level and click Set level.
You can add a new mask, re-size the mask with the mouse, choose a color for the mask, and give the mask a name.
For more information, see the online help
.
Important
Adding many privacy masks may affect the product’s performance.
Set Up Audio
To change the product’s audio settings, go to Video & Audio > Audio Settings.
Each stream profile is a separate video stream. To include the audio stream in all stream profiles, go to the audio tab in each stream
profile settings page and enable audio. For more information, see Stream Profiles on page 23.
If you have enabled view areas, remember that each view area is a separate video stream. To include the audio stream in all view
areas, go to the audio tab in each video stream page and enable audio. For more information see View Area on page 26.
Audio Modes
The Axis product supports the following audio modes:
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Full duplex – Simultaneous two-way audio allowing the Axis product to transmit and receive audio at the same time.
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There is no echo cancellation; if feedback loops appear, try moving the microphone or the speaker.
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Half-duplex – Audio can be transmitted to and from the Axis product but only in one direction at a time. To transmit
audio using the Live View page, use the Talk and Listen buttons, see AMC Audio Controls on page 14.
•
Simplex – Network Camera speaker only - Audio is transmitted from a client to the Axis product and can be played by
a speaker connected to the product. To transmit audio using the Live View page, the Talk and Microphone on buttons
must both be active, see AMC Audio Controls on page 14.
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Simplex – Network Camera microphone only - Audio captured by the product microphone is transmitted from the
Axis product to one or more clients.
To set the audio mode, go to Video & Audio > Audio Settings and select the desired mode from the Audio mode drop-down list.
Audio Input
An external microphone or a line source can be connected to the Audio-in connector. Configure the audio input settings under Video
& Audio > Audio Settings.
Note
The internal microphone is used by default; the external microphone is used when connected. It is possible to disable the
internal microphone by connecting a plug to the mic input.
Note
If using unbalanced Line in a mono contact must be used. Signal on tip and ground on sleeve.
Select Microphone to use an external microphone or Line to use a Line in device, e.g. an audio mixer for multiple microphones
or a microphone with a built-in amplifier, as audio source.
Select the +30 dB microphone boost option to amplify the signal of the external microphone connected to the Axis product.
Microphone boost option is useful when a microphone's volume is too low and you want to increase it. This option is not available
when the Line source is selected
The Microphone power option provides DC power for an external microphone.
Microphone power should only be used with microphones that have no battery. This setting should not be enabled when using a
dynamic or battery powered microphone.
The Microphone power option provides DC power for an external microphone. Microphone power should only be used with
microphones that have no battery and when using the internal microphone. This setting should not be enabled when using a dynamic
or battery powered microphone. Microphone power will not harm the microphone; if you are uncertain, try switching it off and on.
To use a professional microphone requiring 48V phantom power, you need an external power supply and a balanced-unbalanced
converter (audio transformer) in between.
Use the Input gain to control the volume of the audio input. If the sound is too low, choose a higher dB value, to amplify the
sound. If the sound is too high, choose a lower dB value. The Level bar gives a visual representation of the audio signal level in dB
relative to the full-scale input level.
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Green — the signal is at a good level.
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Yellow — the signal is becoming distorted.
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Red — the signal is distorted.
Use the Encoding option to select digital audio encoding format.
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AAC requires a license for both encoding and decoding. AAC is the least complicated and most widely used codec. If
achieving the best possible audio quality is a priority, AAC is the recommended codec to use. An AAC license is included
in the Axis product.
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G711 is an unlicensed standard codec that is useful when integrating audio into a VoIP system
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G726 is an unlicensed speech codec that is most commonly used within the security industry.
Note
The Sample rate defines the number of times per second the sound is sampled. A higher sample rate will provide better audio
quality, but also requires a greater bandwidth.
Set the required Bit rate depending on the selected encoding. A higher bit rate will give better audio quality. A lower bit rate
may have latency or delay, but will require less bandwidth.
For more information about these settings, please see the online help
.
Audio Output
An external speaker can be connected to the Audio-out connector (an active speaker with built-in amplifier is required for this). The
output can be connected to another amplifier with speakers. A stereo connector must be used for the audio out.
Configure the audio output settings under Video & Audio > Audio Settings.
Output gain - Control the volume of the line audio output. If the sound is too low, choose a higher dB value. If the sound is
too high, choose a lower dB value.
Audio Clips
An audio clip is a sound file that can be played when events occur or directly from the Live View page. The audio clip must first be
uploaded to the Axis product or recorded by a microphone connected to the product.
To add, download, modify or remove audio clips, go to Video & Audio > Audio Clips. For more information see the online help
To configure the Axis product to play audio clips when an event occurs, an action rule must be set up. For more information,
see Events on page 47.
Note
Audio clips cannot be used if the product’s audio functionality is enabled. The audio functionality is enabled on the Audio
tab under Video & Audio > Video Stream.
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Configure the Live View Page
You can customize the Live View page and alter it to suit your requirements. It is possible to define the following features of
the Live View page.
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Stream Profile. See page 23.
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Default Viewer for Browser. See page 32.
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Viewer Settings. See page 32.
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Action Buttons. These are the buttons described in Controls on the Live View Page on page 13.
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User Defined Links. See page 33.
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Output Buttons. See page 33.
Default Viewer for Browsers
From Live View Config > Default Viewer select the default method for viewing video images in your browser. The product attempts
to show the video images in the selected video format and viewer. If this is not possible, the product overrides the settings and
selects the best available combination.
Browser
Viewer
Description
Windows Internet Explorer
AMC
Recommended viewer in Internet Explorer (H.264/Motion JPEG).
QuickTime
H.264.
Still image
Displays still images only. Click the Refresh button in your browser to view a
new image.
Server Push
Recommended viewer for other browsers (Motion JPEG).
QuickTime
H.264.
Still image
Displays still images only. Click the Refresh button in your browser to view a
new image.
Other browsers
For more information, please see the online help
.
Viewer Settings
To configure options for the viewer, go to Live View Config > Viewer Settings.
•
Select Show viewer toolbar to display the AXIS Media Control (AMC) or the QuickTime viewer toolbar under the video
image in your browser.
•
H.264 decoder installation. The administrator can disable installation of the H.264 decoder included with AXIS Media
Control. This is used to prevent installation of unlicensed copies. Further decoder licenses can be purchased from your
Axis reseller.
•
Select Show crosshair in PTZ joystick mode to enable a cross that will indicate the center of the image in PTZ joystick
mode.
•
Select Use PTZ joystick mode as default to enable joystick mode. The mode can be changed temporarily from the
PTZ control panel.
•
Select Enable recording button to enable recording from the Live View page. This button is available when using the
AMC viewer. The recordings are saved to the location specified in the AMC Control Panel. See AXIS Media Control
(AMC) on page 16.
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User Defined Links
To display user-defined links in the Live View page, select the Show custom link option, give the link a name and then enter the URL
to link to. When defining a web link do not remove the 'http://' from the URL address. Custom links can be used to run scripts or
activate external devices connected to the product, or they can link to a web page. Custom links defined as cgi links will run the
script in the background, in a hidden frame. Defining the link as a web link will open the link in a new window.
Output Buttons
External I/O devices connected to the Axis product’s output ports can be controlled directly from the Live View page.
To display output buttons in the Live View page:
1. Go to Setup > Live View Config.
2. Under Output Buttons, select the type of control to use:
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Pulse activates the output for a defined period of time. The pulse time can be set from 1/100 second to 60
seconds.
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Active/Inactive displays two buttons, one or each action.
To configure the active and inactive states, go to System Options > Ports & Devices > I/O Ports and set the port’s Normal state.
For more information about I/O ports, see I/O Ports on page 65.
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PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom)
The PTZ menu is available if digital PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom) is enabled in the selected view area or if a PTZ driver has been uploaded.
For more information on view areas, see View Area on page 26. For more information on how to upload a driver, see Install PTZ Driver
on page 36. To switch between the two options see PTZ Mode on page 12
Preset Positions
A preset position is a saved view that can be used to quickly steer the camera to a specific position. A preset position consists of
the following values:
•
Pan and tilt positions
•
Zoom position
Each view area has its own preset positions.
Access the Preset Positions
Preset positions can be accessed in several ways:
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By selecting the preset from the Source drop-down list in the Live View Page.
•
When setting up action rules. See page 47.
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When setting up guard tours. See page 35.
Add a Preset Position
1. Go to PTZ > Preset Positions.
2. Click in the image or use the controls to steer the camera view to the desired position, see Preset Positions.
3. Enter a descriptive name in the Current position field.
4. Click Add to save the preset position.
To include the preset position name in the overlay text, go to Video & Audio, select Include overlay text and enter the modifier #P in
the field. For more information about modifiers, see File Naming & Date/Time Formats in the online help
.
Set the Home Position
The entire view area is treated as the Home position which is readily accessible by clicking the Home button on the Live View
page and in the Preset Positions setup window.
The product can be configured to return to the Home position when the PTZ functionality has been inactive for a specified length of
time. Enter the length of time in the Return to home after field and click Save. Set the time to zero to prevent the product from
automatically returning to the Home position.
Focus Window
The focus window makes it possible to select an area of the camera's image that focus should be applied on. This can be useful if
there is a part of the image where focus is more critical, or if a part of the image should be ignored by the autofocus.
When the focus window is set from the Live View page, any change in the camera position will return the autofocus to the entire
window.
When clicking the Focus Window button in the Preset Position page, the most recently set focus window from the Live View
page appears.
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When the focus window is set from the Preset Positions page, it will be included in the settings for that preset. The focus window
can be redefined for the preset, but it cannot be deleted unless the preset is deleted.
Guard Tour
A guard tour displays the video stream from different preset positions, one-by-one, in a predetermined order or at random and for
configurable time periods. The enabled guard tour will keep running after the user has logged off or closed the browser.
To add a guard tour:
1. Go to PTZ > Guard Tour and click Add.
2. Enter a descriptive name.
3. Specify the pause length between runs.
4. Select an available preset position and click Apply.
5. Specify the View Time in seconds or minutes.
6. Specify the View Order or select the Random view order option.
7. Click Save.
To modify or remove guard tours, go to PTZ > Guard Tour, select the guard tour in the Guard Tour List and click Modify/Remove.
For more information see the online help
.
Note
This Axis product supports limited guard tours. The pause between successive guard tours must be set to at least 10 minutes.
Advanced
Controls
Advanced PTZ settings can be configured under PTZ > Advanced > Controls.
The Panel Shortcut Command Buttons list shows the user-defined buttons that can be accessed from the Live View page’s Ctrl
panel. These buttons can be used to provide direct access to commands issued using the VAPIX® application programming interface.
Click Add to add a new shortcut command button.
The following PTZ controls are enabled by default:
•
Pan control
•
Tilt control
•
Zoom control
To disable specific controls, deselect the options under Enable/Disable controls.
If using multiple view areas, deselecting a control will only disable the control in the selected view area.
Note
Disabling PTZ controls will not affect preset positions. For example, if the tilt control is disabled, the product can still move to
preset positions that require a tilt movement.
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Install PTZ Driver
This Axis product supports several PTZ devices. Please see www.axis.com for a complete list of supported devices, and to obtain the
correct driver. To install a PTZ device you need to install the PTZ driver.
To install the PTZ driver go to PTZ> Driver Selection. Browse to find the driver (e.g. driver.ptz) and Upload. If the driver was
successfully uploaded, it appears in the Select driver to use drop-down list. From this drop-down list, select the driver to install
or remove, and click Save.
Select Activate PTZ to enable PTZ. The address of the connected device appears against Device ID. Choose the Device type from the
drop-down list. To find which device type to use, consult the documentation supplied by the PTZ driver.
To complete the installation go to System Options > Ports & Devices > COM Port and verify the settings.
Control Queue
Note
• The administrator can enable and disable PTZ controls for selected users.
• To identify different users in the viewer group, cookies must be enabled on the client.
• The Control queue polltime is measured in seconds. For more information see the online help
.
The administrator can set up a queue for PTZ controllers from PTZ > Control Queue. Once set up, the PTZ Control Queue buttons
appear in the Live View page offering one viewer exclusive control for a limited period of time. Other users will be placed in queue.
A user who belongs to a group (see Users on page 55) with a higher PTZ priority can go before other users in the queue and take
control of the product. The order of priority is as follows:
1. Administrator — An administrator takes over PTZ control regardless of who is first in queue. The administrator will be
removed from the queue 60 seconds after the last PTZ control command.
2. Event — The Axis product can be configured to go to a preset position when triggered by an alarm (see Events on page 47).
The event will immediately be placed first in the queue except when an administrator is in control.
3. Operator — Same as administrator but with lower priority
4. Guard Tour — A guard tour (see page 35) has PTZ control for an indefinite period of time. It may be overridden by an
operator, event or administrator. The guard tour will resume when higher priority groups leave the queue.
5. Viewer — Multiple viewers must wait for their turn. The viewer has 60 seconds PTZ control before control is passed
on to the next viewer in queue.
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Detectors
Detectors
Camera Tampering
Camera Tampering can generate an alarm whenever the camera is repositioned, or when the lens is covered, spray-painted or severely
defocused. To send an alarm, for example an email, an action rule must be set up.
To configure tampering detection:
1. Go to Detectors > Camera Tampering.
2. Set the Minimum duration, that is, the time that must elapse before an alarm is generated. Increase time to prevent
false alarms for known conditions that affect the image.
3. Select Alarm for dark images if an alarm should be generated if lights are dimmed or turned off, or if the lens is sprayed,
covered, or rendered severely out of focus.
4. Click Save.
To configure the product to send an alarm when tampering occurs:
1. Go to Events > Action Rules.
2. Click Add to set up a new action rule.
3. Enter a Name for the action rule.
4. Under Condition, select Detectors from the Trigger list.
5. Select Tampering from the list of detectors.
6. Optionally, select a schedule and set additional conditions.
7. Select the action. To send an email, select Send Notification and select a Recipient from the list of defined recipients.
Note
The While the rule is active option under Duration cannot be used with camera tampering, since camera tampering does not
have a duration and once it has been triggered it will not automatically return to its untriggered state.
For more information on actions rules, see Events on page 47.
Motion Detection
Motion detection is used to generate an alarm whenever movement starts or stops in the camera view.
Motion detection is configured by defining up to 10 Include and Exclude windows:
•
Include windows — define areas where motion should be detected
•
Exclude windows — define areas within an Include window that should be ignored (areas outside Include windows
are automatically ignored).
For instructions, see Set Up Motion Detection Windows on page 38.
To control the number of motion detection alarms, the parameters Object Size, History and Sensitivity can be adjusted. See
Motion Detection Parameters on page 38.
Once motion detection windows are configured, the Axis product can be configured to perform actions when motion is detected.
Possible actions include uploading images and start recording. For more information, see Set Up Action Rules on page 47.
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Note
• Using the motion detection feature may decrease the product’s overall performance.
• The position of the Motion Detection Window is relative to the orientation of the Camera. Changing the orientation of the
camera will also change the position of the Motion Detection Window.
Set Up Motion Detection Windows
To set up a motion detection Include Window, follow these instructions:
1. Go to Detectors > Motion Detection.
2. Select a desired resolution for viewing while setting up Motion Detection from the View in list.
3. Select the Configure Included Windows option and click New. Select the new window in the list of windows and
enter a descriptive name.
4. Adjust the size (drag the bottom right-hand corner) and the position (click on the text at the top and drag to the desired
position) of the window.
5. Adjust the Object Size, History and Sensitivity profile sliders (see Motion Detection Parameters for details). Any detected
motion within an active window is indicated by red peaks in the Activity window.
6. Click Save.
To exclude parts of the include window, select the Configure Excluded Windows and position the exclude window within the
include window.
To delete an include or exclude window, select the window in the list of windows and click Del.
Motion Detection Parameters
The parameters controlling motion detection are described in the table below:
Parameter
Object Size
History
Sensitivity
Description
Object size relative to window
size.
Object memory length.
Difference in luminance
between background and
object.
High level (100%)
Only very large objects trigger
motion detection.
An object that appears in
the window triggers motion
detection for a long time
before it is considered as
non-moving.
Ordinary colored objects on
ordinary backgrounds trigger
motion detection.
A large difference in luminance
is required to trigger motion
detection.
Medium level (50%)
Low level (0%)
Even very small objects trigger
motion detection.
An object that appears in
the window triggers motion
detection only for a very short
time before it is considered as
non-moving.
Only very bright objects on
a dark background trigger
motion detection.
Recommended values
5–15%
60–90%
75–95%
Default values
15%
90%
90%
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Note
• To trigger on small objects or movements, use several small motion detection windows rather than one large window,
and select a low object size.
• To avoid triggering on small objects, select a high object size.
• While monitoring an area where moving objects are not expected, select a high history level. This will cause motion
detection to trigger as long as the object is present in the window.
• To only detect flashing light, select a low sensitivity. In other cases high sensitivity is recommended.
Audio Detection
The Axis product can be configured to generate an alarm when audio rises above or falls below the threshold value. The threshold
value can be set in the range 0–100 where 0 is the most sensitive and 100 the least sensitive.
1. Go to Detectors > Audio Detection.
2. Set the audio alarm level and click Save.
3. Go to Events > Action Rules and set up an action rule, see Set Up Action Rules on page 47.
Detected audio is indicated by colored peaks in the Activity indicator. An event is triggered when detected audio rises above or falls
below the threshold value, which is represented by the bar.
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Applications
AXIS Camera Application Platform (ACAP) is an open platform that enables third parties to develop analytics and other applications
for Axis products. For information about available applications, downloads, trials and licenses, go to www.axis.com/applications
Note
• The application AXIS Video Motion Detection is included with this product. See AXIS Video Motion Detection.
• Several applications can run at the same time but some applications might not be compatible with each other. Certain
combinations of applications might require too much processing power or memory resources when run in parallel. Verify
that the applications work together before deployment.
Application Licenses
Some applications need a license to run. Licenses can be installed in two ways:
•
Automatic installation — requires access to the Internet
•
Manual installation — obtain the license key from the application vendor and upload the key to the Axis product
To request a license, the Axis product serial number (S/N) is required. The serial number can be found on the product label and under
System Options > Support > System Overview.
Upload Application
To upload and start an application:
1. Go to Setup > Applications.
2. Under Upload Application, click Browse. Locate the application file and click Upload Package.
3. Install the license (if applicable). For instructions, see the documentation provided by the application vendor.
4. Start the application. Go to page Applications, select the application in the list of installed applications and click Start.
5. Configure the application. For instructions, see the documentation provided by the application vendor.
Note
• Applications can be uploaded by product administrators.
• Applications and licenses can be installed on multiple products at the same time using AXIS Camera Management, version
3.10 and later.
To generate a log file for the application, go to Applications. Select the application and click Log.
Application Considerations
If an application is upgraded, application settings, including the license, will be removed. The license must be reinstalled and
the application reconfigured.
If the Axis product’s firmware is upgraded, uploaded applications and their settings will remain unchanged, although this is not
guaranteed by Axis Communications. Note that the application must be supported by the new firmware. For information about
firmware upgrades, see Upgrade the Firmware.
If the Axis product is restarted, running applications will restart automatically.
If the Axis product is restored, uploaded applications remain unchanged but must be restarted. To start the application, go to
Setup > Applications. Select the application in the list of installed applications and click Start. For information about restoring
the Axis product, see Maintenance.
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If the Axis product is reset to factory default, uploaded applications and their settings are removed. For information about factory
default, see Reset to Factory Default Settings.
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AXIS Video Motion Detection
AXIS Video Motion Detection is an application that detects moving objects in the camera’s field of view. When a moving object
is detected, AXIS Video Motion Detection sends an alarm that can be used by the Axis product or by third-party software, to,
for example, record video or send a notification.
AXIS Video Motion Detection 3 is included with the Axis product and is available under Setup > Applications. To use AXIS Video
Motion Detection, the application must first be started. To avoid detecting unwanted objects, the application should be configured.
During configuration, visual confirmation can be used to help understand the effect of the different filters. When visual confirmation
is enabled, red polygons show which objects the application detects and green polygons show which objects the application ignores.
Considerations
Before using AXIS Video Motion Detection 3, take the following into consideration:
•
Small and distant objects might not be detected.
•
Detection accuracy may be affected by weather conditions such as heavy rain or snow.
•
Make sure that the lighting conditions are within the Axis product’s specification. Add additional lighting if needed.
•
Make sure that the camera is not subject to excessive vibrations. Vibrations might cause false detections.
Start and Stop the Application
To start the application, select it in the Installed Applications list on the Applications page and click Start.
To stop the application, select it in the list and click Stop.
Configure Application
The application is available from Setup > Applications > Motion Detection 3. Go to Settings and then click AXIS Video Motion
Detection settings to open the application’s webpage.
To configure AXIS Video Motion Detection 3, follow these steps:
1. Modify the size and position of the include area. This is the area in which moving objects will be detected. See Include
Area on page 42.
2. Optionally, add one or more exclude areas. Objects in an exclude area will be ignored. See Exclude Area on page 43.
3. Click Save to apply the changes.
4. Use visual confirmation to verify the settings. See Visual Confirmation on page 43.
5. If too many unwanted objects are detected, enable and configure one or more of the ignore filters. See Ignore Filters
on page 44.
After modifying a setting, click Save to apply the changes. The video stream will be restarted and it may take a few seconds
before the change is applied.
Include Area
The include area is the area in which moving objects will be detected. Objects moving outside the include area will be ignored.
The object will be detected also if only a part of the object is inside the include area.
Note
To modify the include area, Internet Explorer and AXIS Media Control (AMC) must be used.
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The default include area is a square that covers the whole image. Click on the
icon to highlight the area.
Use the mouse to reshape and resize the area so that it only covers the part of the image in which moving objects should be detected.
The default square can be changed to a polygon with up to 20 points (corners).
•
To add a new point, click on the include area border. Drag the point to the desired position.
•
To remove a point, right-click on the point.
•
To move a point, drag the point to the new position.
•
To move the entire include area, place the mouse pointer inside the area. When the pointer becomes a cross, drag the
area to the new position.
•
To select the include area, click on the border.
To reset the include area to its default size, click Reset.
Exclude Area
An exclude area is an area in which moving objects will be ignored. Use exclude areas if there are areas inside the include area
that trigger a lot of unwanted detected objects. Up to 10 exclude areas can be used.
Note
To add and modify exclude areas, Internet Explorer and AXIS Media Control (AMC) must be used.
To add an exclude area, click Add. The default exclude area is a rectangle placed in the center of the image. Use the mouse
to move, reshape and resize the area so that it covers the desired part of the image. The default square can be changed to a
polygon with up to 20 points (corners).
•
To move the exclude area, place the mouse pointer inside the area. When the pointer becomes a cross, drag the area
to the new position.
•
To add a new point, click on the exclude area border. Drag the point to the desired position.
•
To remove a point, right-click on the point.
•
To move a point, drag the point to the new position.
•
To select an exclude area, click on the border.
To remove an exclude area, select the area and then click Remove.
To highlight the exclude areas, click on the
icon.
Visual Confirmation
Visual confirmation is used to validate that the settings are correct, that is, that all objects that should be detected are detected.
Note
To use visual confirmation, Internet Explorer and AXIS Media Control (AMC) must be used.
When visual confirmation is enabled, all moving objects found by the application will be encircled and followed by polygons. A red
polygon indicates that the object is found and is detected as a moving object. A green polygon indicates that the object is found but
is ignored because it is not in the include area or because of one of the ignore filters.
To enable visual confirmation:
1. Select the Enable visual confirmation option.
2. Click Save.
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Note
• Visual confirmation is disabled after 15 minutes.
• After modifying a setting, click Save to apply the change. The video stream will be restarted and it may take a few seconds
before the change is applied.
• Enabling visual confirmation may introduce video latency.
Ignore Filters
If AXIS Video Motion Detection 3 detects too many unwanted objects, start by modifying the include and exclude areas. If still too
many objects are detected, use one or more of the ignore filters.
Supported ignore filters:
•
Swaying objects — Used to ignore objects that only move a short distance
•
Short-lived objects — Used to ignore objects that only appear in the image for a short period of time
•
Small objects — Used to ignore small objects
Ignore filters are applied to all moving objects found by the application and should be configured with care to ensure that no
important objects are ignored.
Only use ignore filters if needed and use as few filters as possible. Enable and configure one filter at a time and use visual confirmation
to verify the settings before enabling another filter. When configuring a filter, start with a small filter size, click Save and use visual
confirmation to verify the settings. If required, increase the filter size in small steps until the number of unwanted objects is reduced.
Swaying Object Ignore Filter
The swaying object filter is used to avoid detecting objects that only move a short distance, for example moving trees, flags and their
shadows. Use the filter if such objects cause a lot of false detections. If the swaying objects in the scene are large, for example large
ponds or large trees, use exclude areas instead of the filter. The filter will be applied to all moving objects in scene and, if set to
a value too large, important objects might not be detected.
When the swaying object filter is enabled and the application finds a moving object, the object will not be reported as detected (red
polygon in visual confirmation) until it has travelled a distance larger than the set filter size. The alarm sent by the application will be
sent when the object is detected. If the alarm is used to start a recording, configure the pre-trigger time so that the recording also
includes the time the object moved in the scene before being detected.
To enable the filter:
1. Select the Swaying objects option.
2. Click on the
icon to show the filter size in the image.
3. Use the mouse to adjust the filter size. Start with a small size. Objects moving a distance shorter than the distance from
the center of the cross to one of the arrowheads will be ignored. The filter can be moved to the location of a swaying
object to make it easier to adjust the size. Note that the filter will be applied to all objects in the image, not only to the
ones at the location where the filter is placed.
4. Click Save to apply the filter.
5. Use visual confirmation to verify the settings.
6. If the result is not satisfactory, increase the filter size in small steps.
The filter size can also be set by entering a value between 10 and 50 in the field. The value corresponds to the distance from the
center of the cross to one of the arrowheads. The value 100 implies that an object must travel from its initial point to one third of the
image width or height before being detected. The value 50 implies half that distance, that is, the object must travel a distance of
one sixth of the image width or height before being detected.
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Short-Lived Object Ignore Filter
The short-lived object filter is used to avoid detecting objects that only appear for a short period of time, such as light beams from a
passing car and quickly moving shadows. Use the filter if such objects cause a lot of false detections.
When the short-lived object filter is enabled and the application finds a moving object, the object will not be reported as detected
(red polygon in visual confirmation) until the set time as passed. The alarm sent by the application will be sent when the object is
detected. If the alarm is used to start a recording, configure the pre-trigger time so that the recording also includes the time the
object moved in the scene before being detected.
To enable the filter:
1. Select the Short-lived objects option.
2. Enter the number of seconds in the field. The number of seconds is the minimum time that must pass before the object is
detected. Start with a small number.
3. Click Save to apply the filter.
4. Use visual confirmation to verify the settings.
5. If the result is not satisfactory, increase the filter size in small steps.
Small Object Ignore Filter
The small object filter is used to avoid detecting objects that are too small. For example, if only moving cars should be detected, the
small object filter can be used to avoid detecting people and animals.
If using the small object filter, take into consideration that an object far from the camera appears smaller than an object close to the
camera. If the filter is set to ignore objects the size of a person, people that are close to be camera can still be detected because
they are larger than the filter size.
To enable the filter:
1. Select the Small objects option.
2. Click on the
icon to show the filter size in the image.
3. Use the mouse to adjust the filter size. Start with a small size. Moving objects that fit inside the rectangle will be ignored.
The filter displayed in the image can be moved to make it easier to compare the filter size with the size of objects
in the image. Note that the filter will be applied to all objects in the image, also to objects that are not located at
the position of the displayed filter.
4. Click Save to apply the filter.
5. Use visual confirmation to verify the settings.
6. If the result is not satisfactory, increase the filter size in small steps.
The filter size can also be set by entering the width and height in the fields. The width and height are the maximum width and
maximum height of the objects to ignore and are measured in percent of the image width and height. Values between 5 and 100
can be used.
Using the Application in an Action Rule
The following example shows how to configure the Axis product to record video when AXIS Video Motion Detection 3 detects motion.
1. Insert an SD card in the Axis product, or go to Setup > System Options > Storage in the Axis product’s webpages and
configure the product to use a network share.
2. Optionally, go to Setup > Video & Audio > Stream Profiles and create a stream profile to use for recording.
3. Go to Setup > Events > Action Rules and click Add to create a new action rule.
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4. From the Trigger drop-down list, select Applications and then select VMD 3.
5. Configure other settings as required. For example, to only record video during certain time periods, select a Schedule.
6. Under Actions, select Record Video from the Type drop-down list.
7. Select the stream profile and storage device to use and configure the pre- and post-trigger times.
8. Make sure that the rule is enabled and then click OK.
Note
To appear in the Trigger list, the application must be started and its status must be Idle or Running.
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Events
The Event pages allow you to configure the Axis product to perform actions when different events occur. For example, the product
can start a recording or send an email notification when motion is detected. The set of conditions that defines how and when
the action is triggered is called an action rule.
Set Up Action Rules
An action rule defines the conditions that must be met for the product to perform an action, for example record video or send an
email notification. If multiple conditions are defined, all of them must be met to trigger the action.
For more information about available triggers and actions, see Triggers on page 47 and Actions on page 49.
The following example describes how to set up an action rule to record video to a network share if there is movement in the
camera’s field of view.
Set up motion detection and add a network share:
1. Go to Applications to start and configure AXIS Video Motion Detection 3. See AXIS Video Motion Detection.
2. Go to System Options > Storage and set up the network share. See page 65.
Set up the action rule:
1. Go to Events > Action Rules and click Add.
2. Select Enable rule and enter a descriptive name for the rule.
3. Select Applications from the Trigger drop-down list and then select VMD3
4. Optionally, select a Schedule and Additional conditions. See below.
5. Under Actions, select Record Video from the Type drop-down list.
6. Select a Stream profile and configure the Duration settings as described below.
7. Select Network Share from the Storage drop-down list.
To use more than one trigger for the action rule, select Additional conditions and click Add to add additional triggers. When using
additional conditions, all conditions must be met to trigger the action.
To prevent an action from being triggered repeatedly, a Wait at least time can be set. Enter the time in hours, minutes and seconds,
during which the trigger should be ignored before the action rule can be activated again.
The recording Duration of some actions can be set to include time immediately before and after the event. Select Pre-trigger time
and/or Post-trigger time and enter the number of seconds. When While the rule is active is enabled and the action is triggered
again during the post-trigger time, the recording time will be extended with another post-trigger time period.
For more information, see the online help
.
Triggers
Available action rule triggers and conditions include:
•
Applications – Use installed applications to trigger the rule. See Applications on page 40.
-
•
VMD3 – Trigger the rule when AXIS Video Motion Detection detects a moving object. See AXIS Video Motion
Detection.
Detectors
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•
•
•
•
•
•
-
Audio Detection – Trigger the rule when audio is detected. See Audio Detection on page 39.
-
Day/Night Mode – Trigger the rule when the product switches between day mode (IR cut filter on) and night
mode (IR cut filter off). This can for example be used to control an external infrared (IR) light connected
to an output port.
-
Live Stream Accessed – Trigger the rule when any stream is accessed and during edge storage playback.
This can for example be used to send notifications.
-
Motion Detection – Trigger the rule when motion is detected. See Motion Detection on page 37.
-
Tampering – Trigger the rule when tampering is detected. See Camera Tampering on page 37.
Hardware
-
Network – Trigger the rule if network connection is lost or restored. This can for example be used to start
recording to the SD card.
-
Temperature – Trigger the rule if the temperature falls outside or inside the operating range of the product. This
can for example be used to send maintenance notifications.
Input Signal
-
Digital Input Port – Trigger the rule when an I/O port receives a signal from a connected device. See I/O
Ports on page 65.
-
Manual Trigger – Trigger the rule using the Manual Trigger button in the Live View page. See Controls on
the Live View Page on page 13. This can for example be used to validate actions during product installation
and configuration.
-
Virtual Inputs – can be used by a VMS (Video Management System) to trigger actions. Virtual inputs can, for
example, be connected to buttons in the VMS user interface.
-
Moving – Trigger the rule when the camera view moves due to a PTZ operation. This can for example be used
as an additional condition to prevent an action rule triggered by motion detection to record video while the
camera view moves due to a PTZ operation.
-
Preset Reached – Trigger the rule when the camera stops at a preset position. This can be for example be used
with the Send Images action to upload images from the preset position.
PTZ
Storage
-
Disruption – Trigger the rule if storage problems are detected, for example if the storage device is unavailable,
removed, full, locked or if other read or write problems occur. This can for example be used to send maintenance
notifications.
-
Recording – Triggers the rule when the Axis product records to the storage device. The recording status trigger
can be used to notify the operator, for example by flashing LED lights, if the product has started or stopped to
record to the storage device. Note that, this trigger can be used only for edge storage recording status.
System
-
System Ready – Trigger the rule when the product has been started and all services are running. This can for
example be used to send a notification when the product restarts.
-
Recurrence – Trigger the rule periodically. See Set Up Recurrences on page 51. This can for example be used to
upload an image every 5 minutes.
-
Use Schedule – Trigger the rule according to the selected schedule. See Create Schedules on page 51.
Time
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Actions
Available actions include:
•
Day/Night Vision Mode – Set day mode (IR cut filter on) or night mode (IR cut filter off).
•
Output Port – Activate an I/O port to control an external device.
•
Overlay Text – Display an overlay text. See Use Overlay Text in an Action Rule on page 28.
•
Play Audio Clip – See Audio Clips on page 31.
•
PTZ Control
-
Preset Position – Go to a preset position.
-
Guard Tour – Start a guard tour. See Guard Tour on page 35.
•
Record Video – Record video and audio to a selected storage. To record audio, use AAC audio encoding and make sure that
audio is enabled in the selected stream profile.
•
Send Images – Send images to a recipient.
•
Send Notification – Send a notification message to a recipient.
•
Send SNMP Trap – Send an SNMP trap message to the operator. Make sure that SNMP is enabled and configured
under System Options > Network > SNMP.
•
Send Video Clip – Send a video clip to a recipient.
•
Status LED – Flash the LED indicator. This can for example be used to validate triggers such as motion detection during
product installation and configuration.
•
WDR Mode – The WDR Mode can be turned on or off when the action rule is triggered.
Add Recipients
The product can send media files and messages to notify users about events. Before the product can send media files or notification
messages, you must define one ore more recipients. For information about available options, see Recipient Types on page 49.
To add a recipient:
1. Go to Events > Recipients and click Add.
2. Enter a descriptive name.
3. Select a recipient Type.
4. Enter the information needed for the recipient type.
5. Click Test to test the connection to the recipient.
6. Click OK.
Recipient Types
The following recipients are available:
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Recipient
Use with action
Notes
Email
Send Images
An email recipient can contain multiple email addresses.
Send Notification
Send Video Clip
FTP
Send Images
Send Video Clip
SFTP
Send Images
Encrypted file transfer using SSH File Transport Protocol
(SFTP). SFTP is a more secure method than FTP but file
transfer might be slower, especially for large files such as high
resolution video.
Send Video Clip
Specify login information for the SFTP server and the server’s
public key MD5 fingerprint (32 hexadecimal digits).
The SFTP recipient supports SFTP servers using SSH-2 with
RSA and DSA host key types. RSA is the preferred method. To
use DSA, disable the RSA key on the SFTP server.
HTTP
Send Images
Send Notification
Send Video Clip
HTTPS
Encrypted file transfer using HyperText Transfer Protocol
Secure (HTTPS).
Send Images
Send Notification
Specify login information for the HTTPS server and validate
the server’s certificate. If there is a proxy between the Axis
product and the HTTPS server, also specify the proxy settings.
Send Video Clip
Network Share
A network share can also be used as a storage device for
recorded video. Go System Options > Storage to configure
a network share before setting up a continuous recording or
an action rule to record video. For more information about
storage devices, see Storage on page 63.
Send Images
Send Video Clip
TCP
Send Notification
Set Up Email Recipients
Email recipients can be configured by selecting one of the listed email providers, or by specifying the SMTP server, port and
authentication used by, for example, a corporate email server.
Note
Some email providers have security filters that prevent users from receiving or viewing large amount of attachments, from
receiving scheduled emails and similar. Check the email provider’s security policy to avoid delivery problems and locked
email accounts.
To set up an email recipient using one of the listed providers:
1. Go to Events > Recipients and click Add.
2. Enter a Name and select Email from the Type list.
3. Enter the email addresses to send emails to in the To field. Use commas to separate multiple addresses.
4. Select the email provider from the Provider list.
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5. Enter the user ID and password for the email account.
6. Click Test to send a test email.
To set up an email recipient using for example a corporate email server, follow the instructions above but select User defined as
Provider. Enter the email address to appear as sender in the From field. Select Advanced settings and specify the SMTP server
address, port and authentication method. Optionally, select Use encryption to send emails over an encrypted connection. The server
certificate can be validated using the certificates available in the Axis product. For information on how to upload certificates,
see Certificates on page 56.
Create Schedules
Schedules can be used as action rule triggers or as additional conditions, for example to record video if motion is detected outside
office hours. Use one of the predefined schedules or create a new schedule as described below.
To create a new schedule:
1. Go to Events > Schedules and click Add.
2. Enter a descriptive name and the information needed for a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly schedule.
3. Click OK.
To use the schedule in an action rule, select the schedule from the Schedule drop-down list in the Action Rule Setup page.
Set Up Recurrences
Recurrences are used to trigger action rules repeatedly, for example every 5 minutes or every hour.
To set up a recurrence:
1. Go to Events > Recurrences and click Add.
2. Enter a descriptive name and recurrence pattern.
3. Click OK.
To use the recurrence in an action rule, first select Time from the Trigger drop-down list in the Action Rule Setup page and then
select the recurrence from the second drop-down list.
To modify or remove recurrences, select the recurrence in the Recurrences List and click Modify or Remove.
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Recordings
The Axis product can be configured to record video continuously or according to an action rule:
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To start a continuous recording, see page 53.
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To set up action rules, see page 47.
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To access recordings, see Find Recordings on page 52.
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To play recordings, see Play Recording on page 52.
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To export a recording as a video clip, see Export Video Clip on page 53.
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To configure camera controlled storage, see Storage on page 63.
Find Recordings
Recordings stored on the SD card or network share can be accessed from the Recordings > List page. The page lists all recordings on
the storage device and shows each recording’s start date and time, duration and the event that triggered the recording.
Note
The recording’s start date and time is set according to the Axis product’s date and time settings. If the Axis product is
configured to use a time zone different from the local time zone, make sure to configure the Recording time filters according
to the product’s time zone. Date and time settings are configured under System Options > Date & Time, see Date & Time
on page 57.
To find a recording, follow these steps:
1. Go to Recordings > List.
2. To reduce the number of recordings displayed, select the desired options under Filter:
Recording time – List recordings that started between the From and To times.
Event – List recordings that were triggered by a specific event. Select continuous to list continuous recordings.
Storage – List recordings from a specific storage device.
Sort – Specify how recordings should be sorted in the list.
Results – Specify the maximum number of recordings to display.
3. To apply the filters, click the Filter button. Some filters may take a long time to complete.
4. The recordings are displayed in the Recording list.
To play a recording, select the recording and click Play. See also Play Recording on page 52.
To view detailed information about a recording, select the recording and click Properties.
To export a recording or a part of a recording as a video clip, select the recording and click Export. See also Export Video Clip on
page 53.
To remove a recording from the storage device, select the recording and click Remove.
Play Recording
Recordings on the SD card or network share can be played directly from the Axis product’s webpages.
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To play a recording, follow these steps:
1. Go to Recordings > List.
2. To reduce the number of recordings displayed, select the desired options under Filter and click the Filter button to
apply the filters. See also Find Recordings on page 52.
3. Select the recording and click Play. The recording will be played in a new browser window.
Export Video Clip
Recordings on the SD card or network share can be exported as video clips. It is possible to export a complete recording or a
part of a recording.
Note
The exported recording is a Matroska video file (.mkv). To play the recording in Windows Media Player, AXIS Matroska File
Splitter must be installed. AXIS Matroska File Splitter can be downloaded from www.axis.com/techsup/software
To export a video clip, follow these steps:
1. Go to Recordings > List.
2. To reduce the number of recordings displayed, select the desired options under Filter and click the Filter button to
apply the filters. See also Find Recordings on page 52.
3. Select the recording and click Export. The Export Recording dialog opens.
4. By default, the complete recording is selected. To export a part of the recording, modify the start and stop times.
5. Optionally, enter a file name for the recording.
6. Click Export.
Note
Recordings can also be exported from the playback window.
Continuous Recording
The Axis product can be configured to continuously save video to a storage device. For information about storage devices, see Storage
on page 63. To prevent the disk from becoming full, it is recommended to configure the disk to automatically remove old recordings.
If a new stream profile is selected while a recording is ongoing, the recording will be stopped and saved in the recording list and a
new recording with the new stream profile will start. All previous continuous recordings will remain in the recording list until they
are removed manually or through automatic removal of old recordings.
To start a continuous recording, follow these steps:
1. Go to Recordings > Continuous.
2. Select Enabled.
3. Select the type of storage device from the Storage list.
4. Select a Stream profile to use for continuous recordings. To include audio in the recording, use AAC audio encoding and
make sure that audio is enabled in the selected stream profile.
5. Click Save to save and start the recording.
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Languages
Multiple languages can be installed in the Axis product. All web pages including the online help will be displayed in the selected
language. To switch languages, go to Setup > Languages and first upload the new language file. Browse and locate the file and click
the Upload Language button. Select the new language from the list and click Save.
Note
• Resetting the product to factory default settings will erase any uploaded language files and reset the product language to
English.
• Clicking the Restore button on the Maintenance page will not affect the language.
• A firmware upgrade will not affect the language used. However if you have uploaded a new language to the product and
later upgrade the firmware, it may happen that the translation no longer matches the product's web pages. In this case,
upload an updated language file.
• A language already installed in the product will be replaced when a current or a later version of the language file is uploaded.
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System Options
Security
Users
User access control is enabled by default and can be configured under System Options > Security > Users. An administrator can
set up other users by giving them user names and passwords. It is also possible to allow anonymous viewer login, which means
that anybody may access the Live View page.
The user list displays authorized users and user groups (access levels):
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Viewers have access to the Live View page
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Operators have access to all settings except:
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creating and modifying privacy mask settings
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uploading applications and language files
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any of the settings included in the System Options
Administrators have unrestricted access to all settings. The administrator can add, modify and remove other users.
Note
Note that when the option Encrypted & unencrypted is selected, the webserver will encrypt the password. This is the default
option for a new unit or a unit reset to factory default settings.
Under HTTP/RTSP Password Settings, select the type of password to allow. You may need to allow unencrypted passwords if there are
viewing clients that do not support encryption, or if you upgraded the firmware and existing clients support encryption but need
to log in again and be configured to use this functionality.
Under User Settings, select the Enable anonymous viewer login option to allow anonymous users access to the Live View page.
Select the Enable anonymous PTZ control login to allow anonymous users access to the PTZ controls.
Deselect the Enable Basic Setup option to hide the Basic Setup menu. Basic Setup provides quick access to settings that should be
made before using the Axis product.
ONVIF
ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) is a global interface standard that makes it easier for end users, integrators, consultants,
and manufacturers to take advantage of the possibilities offered by network video technology. ONVIF enables interoperability
between different vendor products, increased flexibility, reduced cost and future-proof systems.
By creating a user you automatically enable ONVIF communication. Use the user name and password with all ONVIF communication
with the product. For more information see www.onvif.org
IP Address Filter
IP address filtering is enabled on the System Options > Security > IP Address Filter page. Once enabled, the listed IP address are
allowed or denied access to the Axis product. Select Allow or Deny from the list and click Apply to enable IP address filtering.
The administrator can add up to 256 IP address entries to the list (a single entry can contain multiple IP addresses).
HTTPS
HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer, or HTTP over SSL) is a web protocol providing encrypted browsing.
HTTPS can also be used by users and clients to verify that the correct device is being accessed. The security level provided by
HTTPS is considered adequate for most commercial exchanges.
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The Axis product can be configured to require HTTPS when users from different user groups (administrator, operator, viewer) log in.
To use HTTPS, an HTTPS certificate must first be installed. Go to System Options > Security > Certificates to install and manage
certificates. See Certificates on page 56.
To enable HTTPS on the Axis product:
1. Go to System Options > Security > HTTPS
2. Select an HTTPS certificate from the list of installed certificates.
3. Optionally, click Ciphers and select the encryption algorithms to use for SSL.
4. Set the HTTPS Connection Policy for the different user groups.
5. Click Save to enable the settings.
To access the Axis product via the desired protocol, in the address field in a browser, enter https:// for the HTTPS protocol
and http:// for the HTTP protocol.
The HTTPS port can be changed on the System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced page.
IEEE 802.1X
IEEE 802.1X is a standard for port-based Network Admission Control providing secure authentication of wired and wireless network
devices. IEEE 802.1X is based on EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol).
To access a network protected by IEEE 802.1X, devices must be authenticated. The authentication is performed by an authentication
server, typically a RADIUS server, examples of which are FreeRADIUS and Microsoft Internet Authentication Service.
In Axis implementation, the Axis product and the authentication server identify themselves with digital certificates using EAP-TLS
(Extensible Authentication Protocol - Transport Layer Security). The certificates are provided by a Certification Authority (CA).
You need:
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a CA certificate to authenticate the authentication server.
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a CA-signed client certificate to authenticate the Axis product.
To create and install certificates, go to System Options > Security > Certificates. See Certificates on page 56. Many CA certificates
are preinstalled.
To allow the product to access a network protected by IEEE 802.1X:
1. Go to System Options > Security > IEEE 802.1X.
2. Select a CA Certificate and a Client Certificate from the lists of installed certificates.
3. Under Settings, select the EAPOL version and provide the EAP identity associated with the client certificate.
4. Check the box to enable IEEE 802.1X and click Save.
Note
For authentication to work properly, the date and time settings in the Axis product should be synchronized with an NTP
server. See Date & Time on page 57.
Certificates
Certificates are used to authenticate devices on a network. Typical applications include encrypted web browsing (HTTPS), network
protection via IEEE 802.1X and secure upload of images and notification messages for example via email. Two types of certificates
can be used with the Axis product:
Server/Client certificates - To authenticate the Axis product.
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CA certificates - To authenticate peer certificates, for example the certificate of an authentication server in case the Axis product is
connected to an IEEE 802.1X protected network.
Note
Installed certificates, except preinstalled CA certificates, will be deleted if the product is reset to factory default. Preinstalled
CA certificates that have been deleted will be reinstalled.
A Server/Client certificate can be self-signed or issued by a Certificate Authority (CA). A self-signed certificate offers limited
protection and can be used before a CA-issued certificate has been obtained.
To install a self-signed certificate:
1. Go to Setup > System Options > Security > Certificates.
2. Click Create self-signed certificate and provide the requested information.
To create and install a CA-signed certificate:
1. Create a self-signed certificate as described above.
2. Go to Setup > System Options > Security > Certificates.
3. Click Create certificate signing request and provide the requested information.
4. Copy the PEM-formatted request and send to the CA of your choice.
5. When the signed certificate is returned, click Install certificate and upload the certificate.
Server/Client certificates can be installed as Certificate from signing request or as Certificate and private key. Select Certificate
and private key if the private key is to be upload as a separate file or if the certificate is in PKCS#12 format.
The Axis product is shipped with several preinstalled CA certificates. If required, additional CA certificates can be installed:
1. Go to Setup > System Options > Security > Certificates.
2. Click Install certificate and upload the certificate.
Audio Support
Select Enable audio support to allow clients to retrieve audio streams from the Axis product. For information on how to configure
audio settings, see Set Up Audio on page 29.
Note
Deselecting this option will disable audio globally in the Axis product, for configured events and profiles with audio as well.
Date & Time
The Axis product’s date and time settings are configured under System Options > Date & Time.
Current Server Time displays the current date and time (24h clock). The time can be displayed in 12h clock in the text overlay (see
below).
To change the date and time settings, select the preferred Time mode under New Server Time:
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Synchronize with computer time – Sets date and time according to the computer’s clock. With this option, date and
time are set once and will not be updated automatically.
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Synchronize with NTP Server – Obtains date and time from an NTP server. With this option, date and time settings are
updated continuously. For information on NTP settings, see NTP Configuration on page 60.
If using a host name for the NTP server, a DNS server must be configured. See DNS Configuration on page 60.
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Set manually – Allows you to manually set date and time.
If using an NTP server, select your Time zone from the drop-down list. If required, check Automatically adjust for daylight saving
time changes.
The Date & Time Format Used in Images is the date and time format displayed as a text overlay in the video stream. Use the
predefined formats or see File Naming & Date/Time Formats in the online help
for information on how to create custom date and
time formats. To include date and time in the overlay text, go to Video & Audio and select Include date and Include time.
Network
Basic TCP/IP Settings
The Axis product supports IP version 4 and IP version 6. Both versions can be enabled simultaneously, and at least one version
must always be enabled.
IPv4 Address Configuration
By default, the Axis product is set to use IPv4 (IP version 4) and to obtain the IP address automatically via DHCP. The IPv4 settings are
configured under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Basic.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) allows network administrators to centrally manage and automate the assignment of
IP addresses. DHCP should only be enabled if using dynamic IP address notification, or if the DHCP can update a DNS server. It is
then possible to access the Axis product by name (host name).
If DHCP is enabled and the product cannot be accessed, run AXIS IP Utility to search the network for connected Axis products, or reset
the product to the factory default settings (see page 68) and then perform the installation again.
To use a static IP address, check Use the following IP address and specify the IP address, subnet mask and default router.
IPv6 Address Configuration
If IPv6 (IP version 6) is enabled, the Axis product will receive an IP address according to the configuration in the network router.
To enable IPv6, go to System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Basic. Other settings for IPv6 should be configured in the network router.
ARP/Ping
The product’s IP address can be assigned using ARP and Ping. For instructions, see Assign IP Address Using ARP/Ping on page 58.
The ARP/Ping service is enabled by default but is automatically disabled two minutes after the product is started, or as soon as an IP
address is assigned. To re-assign IP address using ARP/Ping, the product must be restarted to enable ARP/Ping for an additional
two minutes.
To disable the service, go to System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Basic and clear the option Enable ARP/Ping setting of IP address.
Pinging the product is still possible when the service is disabled.
Assign IP Address Using ARP/Ping
The product's IP address can be assigned using ARP/Ping. The command must be issued within 2 minutes of connecting power.
1. Acquire a free static IP address on the same network segment as the computer.
2. Locate the serial number (S/N) on the product label.
3. Open a command prompt and enter the following commands:
Linux/Unix syntax
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arp -s <IP address> <serial number> temp
ping -s 408 <IP address>
Linux/Unix example
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00:40:8c:18:10:00 temp
ping -s 408 192.168.0.125
Windows syntax (this may require that you run the command prompt as an administrator)
arp -s <IP address> <serial number>
ping -l 408 -t <IP address>
Windows example (this may require that you run the command prompt as an administrator)
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00-40-8c-18-10-00
ping -l 408 -t 192.168.0.125
4. Check that the network cable is connected and then restart the product by disconnecting and reconnecting power.
5. Close the command prompt when the product responds with Reply from 192.168.0.125:... or similar.
6. Open a browser and type http://<IP address> in the Location/Address field.
For other methods of assigning the IP address, see the document Assign an IP Address and Access the Video Stream on Axis Support
web at www.axis.com/techsup
Note
• To open a command prompt in Windows, open the Start menu and type cmd in the Run/Search field.
• To use the ARP command in Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista, right-click the command prompt icon and select
Run as administrator.
• To open a command prompt in Mac OS X, open the Terminal utility from Application > Utilities.
AXIS Video Hosting System (AVHS)
AVHS used in conjunction with an AVHS service, provides easy and secure Internet access to live and recorded video accessible from
any location. For more information and help to find a local AVHS Service Provider go to www.axis.com/hosting
The AVHS settings are configured under System Options > Network > TCP IP > Basic. The possibility to connect to an AVHS service
is enabled by default. To disable, clear the Enable AVHS box.
One-click enabled - Press and hold the product’s control button (see Hardware Overview on page 7 ) for about 3 seconds to
connect to an AVHS service over the Internet. Once registered, Always will be enabled and the Axis product stays connected to
the AVHS service. If the product is not registered within 24 hours from when the button is pressed, the product will disconnect
from the AVHS service.
Always - The Axis product will constantly attempt to connect to the AVHS service over the Internet. Once registered the product will
stay connected to the service. This option can be used when the product is already installed and it is not convenient to use the
one-click installation.
AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service
AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service assigns a host name for easy access to the product. For more information, see www.axiscam.net
To register the Axis product with AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service, go to System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Basic. Under
Services, click the AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service Settings button (requires access to the Internet). The domain name currently
registered at AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS service for the product can at any time be removed.
Note
AXIS Internet Dynamic DNS Service requires IPv4.
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Advanced TCP/IP Settings
DNS Configuration
DNS (Domain Name Service) provides the translation of host names to IP addresses. The DNS settings are configured under System
Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
Select Obtain DNS server address via DHCP to use the DNS settings provided by the DHCP server.
To make manual settings, select Use the following DNS server address and specify the following:
Domain name - Enter the domain(s) to search for the host name used by the Axis product. Multiple domains can be separated by
semicolons. The host name is always the first part of a fully qualified domain name, for example, myserver is the host name in the
fully qualified domain name myserver.mycompany.com where mycompany.com is the domain name.
Primary/Secondary DNS server - Enter the IP addresses of the primary and secondary DNS servers. The secondary DNS server is
optional and will be used if the primary is unavailable.
NTP Configuration
NTP (Network Time Protocol) is used to synchronize the clock times of devices in a network. The NTP settings are configured under
System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
Select Obtain NTP server address via DHCP to use the NTP settings provided by the DHCP server.
To make manual settings, select Use the following NTP server address and enter the host name or IP address of the NTP server.
Host Name Configuration
The Axis product can be accessed using a host name instead of an IP address. The host name is usually the same as the assigned DNS
name. The host name is configured under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
Select Obtain host name via IPv4 DHCP to use host name provided by the DHCP server running on IPv4.
Select Use the host name to set the host name manually.
Select Enable dynamic DNS updates to dynamically update local DNS servers whenever the Axis product’s IP address changes.
For more information, see the online help
.
Link-Local IPv4 Address
Link-Local Address is enabled by default and assigns the Axis product an additional IP address which can be used to access
the product from other hosts on the same segment on the local network. The product can have a Link-Local IP and a static
or DHCP-supplied IP address at the same time.
This function can be disabled under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
HTTP
The HTTP port used by the Axis product can be changed under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced. In addition to the
default setting, which is 80, any port in the range 1024–65535 can be used.
HTTPS
The HTTPS port used by the Axis product can be changed under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced. In addition to
the default setting, which is 443, any port in the range 1024–65535 can be used.
To enable HTTPS, go to System Options > Security > HTTPS. For more information, see HTTPS on page 55.
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NAT traversal (port mapping) for IPv4
A network router allows devices on a private network (LAN) to share a single connection to the Internet. This is done by forwarding
network traffic from the private network to the “outside”, that is, the Internet. Security on the private network (LAN) is increased
since most routers are pre-configured to stop attempts to access the private network (LAN) from the public network (Internet).
Use NAT traversal when the Axis product is located on an intranet (LAN) and you wish to make it available from the other (WAN) side
of a NAT router. With NAT traversal properly configured, all HTTP traffic to an external HTTP port in the NAT router is forwarded to
the product.
NAT traversal is configured under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
Note
• For NAT traversal to work, this must be supported by the router. The router must also support UPnPTM.
• In this context, router refers to any network routing device such as a NAT router, Network router, Internet Gateway,
Broadband router, Broadband sharing device, or a software such as a firewall.
Enable/Disable - When enabled, the Axis product attempts to configure port mapping in a NAT router on your network, using UPnPTM.
Note that UPnPTM must be enabled in the product (see System Options > Network > UPnP).
Use manually selected NAT router - Select this option to manually select a NAT router and enter the IP address for the router in
the field. If no router is specified, the product automatically searches for NAT routers on your network. If more than one router is
found, the default router is selected.
Alternative HTTP port - Select this option to manually define an external HTTP port. Enter a port in the range 1024–65535. If the
port field is empty or contains the default setting, which is 0, a port number is automatically selected when enabling NAT traversal.
Note
• An alternative HTTP port can be used or be active even if NAT traversal is disabled. This is useful if your NAT router does not
support UPnP and you need to manually configure port forwarding in the NAT router.
• If you attempt to manually enter a port that is already in use, another available port is automatically selected.
• When the port is selected automatically it is displayed in this field. To change this, enter a new port number and click Save.
FTP
The FTP server running in the Axis product enables upload of new firmware, user applications, etc. The FTP server can be disabled
under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
Note
This FTP server has nothing to do with the product’s ability to transfer images via FTP to other locations and servers.
RTSP
The RTSP server running in the Axis product allows a connecting client to start an H.264 stream. The RTSP port number can be
changed under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced. The default port is 554.
Note
H.264 video streams will not be available if the RTSP server is disabled.
SOCKS
SOCKS is a networking proxy protocol. The Axis product can be configured to use a SOCKS server to reach networks on the other
side of a firewall or proxy server. This functionality is useful if the Axis product is located on a local network behind a firewall, and
notifications, uploads, alarms, etc need to be sent to a destination outside the local network (for example the Internet).
SOCKS is configured under System Options > Network > SOCKS. For more information, see the online help
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QoS (Quality of Service)
QoS (Quality of Service) guarantees a certain level of a specified resource to selected traffic on a network. A QoS-aware network
prioritizes network traffic and provides a greater network reliability by controlling the amount of bandwidth an application may use.
The QoS settings are configured under System Options > Network > QoS. Using DSCP (Differentiated Services Codepoint) values, the
Axis product can mark different types of traffic.
Note
Live audio DSCP will be equal to live video DSCP if H.264 over RTSP is used.
SNMP
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) allows remote management of network devices. An SNMP community is the
group of devices and management station running SNMP. Community names are used to identify groups.
AXIS Video MIB (Management Information Base) for video hardware can be used to monitor Axis-specific, hardware-related
issues that may need administrative attention. For more information about AXIS Video MIB and to download MIB files, go to
www.axis.com/techsup
To enable and configure SNMP in the Axis product, go to the System Options > Network > SNMP page.
Depending on the level of security required, select the version on SNMP to use.
Traps are used by the Axis product to send messages to a management system on important events and status changes. Check Enable
traps and enter the IP address where the trap message should be sent and the Trap community that should receive the message.
Note
If HTTPS is enabled, SNMP v1 and SNMP v2c should be disabled.
Traps for SNMP v1/v2 are used by the Axis product to send messages to a management system on important events and status
changes. Check Enable traps and enter the IP address where the trap message should be sent and the Trap community that
should receive the message.
The following traps are available:
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Cold start
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Warm start
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Link up
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Authentication failed
Note
All AXIS Video MIB traps are enabled when SNMP v1/v2c traps are enabled. It is not possible to turn on or off specific traps.
SNMP v3 provides encryption and secure passwords. To use traps with SNMP v3, an SNMP v3 management application is required.
To use SNMP v3, HTTPS must be enabled, see HTTPS on page 55. To enable SNMP v3, check the box and provide the initial user
password.
Note
The initial password can only be set once. If the password is lost, the Axis product must be reset to factory default, see
Reset to Factory Default Settings on page 68.
UPnPTM
The Axis product includes support for UPnPTM. UPnPTM is enabled by default and the product is automatically detected by operating
systems and clients that support this protocol.
UPnPTM can be disabled under System Options > Network > UPnP
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RTP/H.264
The RTP port range and multicast settings are configured under System Options > Network > RTP.
The RTP port range defines the range of ports from which the video/audio ports are automatically selected. For multicast streams,
only certain IP addresses and port numbers should be used.
Select Always Multicast Video and/or Always Multicast Audio to start multicast streaming without opening an RTSP session.
Bonjour
The Axis product includes support for Bonjour. Bonjour is enabled by default and the product is automatically detected by operating
systems and clients that support this protocol.
Bonjour can be disabled under System Options > Network > Bonjour.
Storage
SD Card
NOTICE
TICE
NO
To prevent data corruption, the SD card should be unmounted before removal.
Note
For SD card recommendations see www.axis.com
The Axis product supports microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC cards.
The following SD card file systems are supported:
•
ext4 — recommended due to its resilience against data loss if the card is ejected or if there is abrupt power loss. To access
data stored on the card from the Windows operating system, a third-party ext4 driver or application is required.
•
vFAT — supported by most operating systems for personal computers.
The SD card is managed on the System Options > Storage page. Click SD Card to open Storage Management.
If the card’s status shows as failed, click Check disk to see if the problem can be found and then try Repair. This option is only
available for SD cards with ext4. For SD cards with vFAT, use a card reader or computer to troubleshoot the card.
To avoid filling the card, it is recommended to remove recordings continuously. Under General Settings, select Remove recordings
older than and select the number of days or weeks.
To stop writing to the card and protect recordings from being removed, select Lock under General Settings.
Mount and Unmount SD Card
NOTICE
TICE
NO
To prevent corruption of recordings, the SD card should always be unmounted before it is ejected.
The SD card is automatically mounted when the card is inserted into the Axis product or when the product is started. A manual
mount is only required if the card has been unmounted and not ejected and re-inserted.
To unmount the SD card:
1. Open the Axis product’s webpages and go to Setup > System Options > Storage.
2. Click SD Card.
3. Click Unmount.
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4. The card can now be removed.
Format SD Card
NOTICE
TICE
NO
Formatting the SD card will remove all data and recordings stored on the card.
The Axis product can be configured to automatically format SD cards that are inserted into the product. If autoformat is enabled and
an SD card is inserted, the product will check if the SD card has the ext4 file system. If the card has a different file system, the
card will automatically be formatted to ext4.
Important
If autoformat is enabled, only use new or empty SD cards. Any data stored on the card will be lost when the card is inserted
into the Axis product.
To enable automatic formatting, follow these steps:
1. Open the Axis product’s webpages and go to Setup > System Options > Storage.
2. Click SD Card.
3. Under General Settings, select Autoformat to.
4. Click OK to save settings.
An SD card inserted into the product can be manually formatted to one of the supported file systems. To manually format the
SD card, follow these steps:
1. Insert the SD card in the SD card slot.
2. Open the Axis product’s webpages and go to Setup > System Options > Storage.
3. Click SD Card.
4. Click Format and select the desired file system.
5. Click OK to start formatting the card.
Encrypt SD Card Data
To prevent unauthorized individuals and systems to access recorded video, the SD card content can be encrypted. Encryption can only
be enabled when the card is unmounted. After enabling encryption, the SD card must be formatted so that no unencrypted data
remain on the card. The card must also be mounted before it can be used.
Note
If autoformat is enabled, the card will be formatted and mounted automatically when encryption is enabled. The format and
mount steps below should then be skipped.
To encrypt the SD card content:
1. Open the Axis product’s webpages and go to Setup > System Options > Storage.
2. Click SD Card to open Storage Management.
3. If the SD card is mounted, click Unmount to unmount the card.
4. Click Encrypt.
5. Select Enable SD card encryption and enter a passphrase.
6. Back in Storage Management, click Format to format the SD card.
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7. Click Mount to mount the SD card.
It is possible to change the passphrase without reformatting the card. Open Storage Management, click Encrypt and enter the old
and new passphrases. The passphrase can only be changed when the card is mounted. Ongoing recordings will not be affected if
the passphrase is changed.
To disable encryption, unmount the SD card and follow the steps above but clear the Enable SD card encryption option. The card
must be formatted and mounted when encryption has been disabled.
Network Share
Network share allows you to add network storage such as a NAS (network-attached storage). The NAS shall be dedicated for
recordings and data from the Axis products connected to the network. For information about reference NAS devices, go to
www.axis.com/products/axis-camera-companion/support-and-documentation
Note
For NAS recommendations see www.axis.com
To add a network share:
1. Go to System Options > Storage.
2. Click Network Share.
3. Enter the IP address, DNS or Bonjour name to the host server in the Host field.
4. Enter the name of the share in the Share field. Sub folders cannot be used.
5. If required, select The share requires login and enter the user name and password.
6. Click Connect.
To clear all recordings and data from the Axis product’s folder on the designated share, click Clear under Storage Tools.
To avoid filling the share, it is recommended to remove recordings continuously. Under Recording Settings, select Remove recordings
older than and select the number of days or weeks.
To stop writing to the share and protect recordings from being removed, select Lock under Recording Settings.
Ports & Devices
I/O Ports
The Axis product provides two configurable input and output ports for connection of external devices. For information about
how to connect external devices, see Connectors on page 75.
To configure the I/O ports, go to System Options > Ports & Devices > I/O Ports. Each port can function as input or output:
•
Input as Open circuit – The input becomes active when the circuit is grounded by, for example, a REX device. It remains
inactive as long as its normal state equals its current status.
•
Input as Grounded circuit – The input becomes active when the circuit is opened by for example a monitor.
•
Output as Open circuit – The output port is in a non-conductive state when its current status is open circuit. The current
status of an output port can be changed by, for example, an action rule.
•
Output as Grounded circuit – The output port is in a conductive state when its current status is grounded circuit.
COM Port
The Axis product has one RS-485/RS-422 serial port. The port supports the following modes:
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•
Generic HTTP allows the Axis product to receive data and send commands via HTTP.
•
Pan Tilt Zoom is used to control a PTZ device. The PTZ device requires a driver. See Install PTZ Driver for more information.
Drivers can be downloaded from www.axis.com
•
Generic TCP/IP allows the Axis product to receive data and send commands via TCP/IP.
Select the desired Port Type from the drop-down list. For more information, see the online help
.
Port Status
The list on the System Options > Ports & Devices > Port Status page shows the status of the product’s input and output ports.
Maintenance
The Axis product provides several maintenance functions. These are available under System Options > Maintenance.
Click Restart to perform a correct restart if the Axis product is not behaving as expected. This will not affect any of the current
settings.
Note
A restart clears all entries in the Server Report.
Click Restore to reset most settings to the factory default values. The following settings are not affected:
•
the boot protocol (DHCP or static)
•
the static IP address
•
the default router
•
the subnet mask
•
the system time
•
the IEEE 802.1X settings
•
the focus position
•
uploaded applications are kept but must be restarted
Click Default to reset all settings, including the IP address, to the factory default values. This button should be used with caution. The
Axis product can also be reset to factory default using the control button, see Reset to Factory Default Settings on page 68.
To identify the product or test the Status LED, click Flash LED under Identify and specify the duration in seconds, minutes or hours.
This can be useful for identifying the product among other products installed in the same location.
For information about firmware upgrade, see Upgrade the Firmware on page 69.
Support
Support Overview
The System Options > Support > Support Overview page provides information on troubleshooting and contact information,
should you require technical assistance.
See also Troubleshooting on page 69.
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System Overview
To get an overview of the Axis product’s status and settings, go to System Options > Support > System Overview. Information that
can be found here includes firmware version, IP address, network and security settings, event settings, image settings and recent log
items. Many of the captions are links to the proper Setup page.
Logs & Reports
The System Options > Support > Logs & Reports page generates logs and reports useful for system analysis and troubleshooting. If
contacting Axis Support, please provide a valid Server Report with your query.
System Log - Provides information about system events.
Access Log - Lists all failed attempts to access the product. The Access Log can also be configured to list all connections to the
product (see below).
Server Report - Provides information about the product status in a pop-up window. The Access Log is automatically included
in the Server Report.
You can view or download the server report. Downloading the server report creates a .zip file that contains a complete server report
text file in UTF–8 format. Select the Include snapshot with default image settings option to include a snapshot of the product’s Live
View. The server report .zip file should always be included when contacting support.
Parameter List - Shows the product's parameters and their current settings. This may prove useful when troubleshooting or
when contacting Axis Support.
Connection List - Lists all clients that are currently accessing media streams.
Crash Report - Generates an archive with debugging information. The report takes several minutes to generate.
Advanced
Scripting
Scripting allows experienced users to customize and use their own scripts.
NOTICE
TICE
NO
Improper use may cause unexpected behavior and loss of contact with the Axis product.
Axis strongly recommends that you do not use this function unless you understand the consequences. Axis Support does not provide
assistance for problems with customized scripts.
To open the Script Editor, go to System Options > Advanced > Scripting. If a script causes problems, reset the product to its
factory default settings, see page 68.
For more information, see www.axis.com/developer
File Upload
Files, for example webpages and images, can be uploaded to the Axis product and used as custom settings. To upload a file, go
to System Options > Advanced > File Upload.
Uploaded files are accessed through http://<ip address>/local/<user>/<file name> where <user> is the
selected user group (viewer, operator or administrator) for the uploaded file.
Plain Config
Plain Config is for advanced users with experience of Axis product configuration. Most parameters can be set and modified from
this page.
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To open Plain Config, go to System Options > Advanced > Plain Config. Axis Support does not provide assistance.
Reset to Factory Default Settings
Important
Reset to factory default should be used with caution. A reset to factory default will reset all settings, including the IP
address, to the factory default values.
Note
The installation and management software tools are available from the support pages on www.axis.com/techsup
To reset the product to the factory default settings:
1. Disconnect power from the product.
2. Press and hold the control button and reconnect power. See Hardware Overview on page 7 .
3. Keep the control button pressed for 15–30 seconds until the status LED indicator flashes amber.
4. Release the control button. The process is complete when the status LED indicator turns green. The product has been reset
to the factory default settings. If no DHCP server is available on the network, the default IP address is 192.168.0.90
5. Using the installation and management software tools, assign an IP address, set the password, and access the video stream.
6. Refocus the product.
It is also possible to reset parameters to factory default via the web interface. Go to Setup > System Options > Maintenance and
click Default.
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Check the Firmware
Firmware is software that determines the functionality of network devices. One of your first actions when troubleshooting a problem
should be to check the current firmware version. The latest version may contain a correction that fixes your particular problem. The
current firmware version in the Axis product is displayed in the page Setup > Basic Setup and in Setup > About.
Upgrade the Firmware
Important
• Your dealer reserves the right to charge for any repair attributable to faulty upgrade by the user.
• Preconfigured and customized settings are saved when the firmware is upgraded (providing the features are available in the
new firmware) although this is not guaranteed by Axis Communications AB.
Note
• After the upgrade process has completed, the product will restart automatically. If restarting the product manually after the
upgrade, wait 10 minutes even if you suspect the upgrade has failed.
• When you upgrade the Axis product with the latest firmware from Axis website, the product receives the latest functionality
available. Always read the upgrade instructions and release notes available with each new release before upgrading
the firmware.
To upgrade the product’s firmware:
1. Download the latest firmware file to your computer, available free of charge at www.axis.com/techsup
2. Go to Setup > System Options > Maintenance in the product’s webpages.
3. Under Upgrade Server, click Browse and locate the file on your computer.
4. Click Upgrade.
5. Wait approximately 10 minutes while the product is being upgraded and restarted. Then access the product.
AXIS Camera Management can be used for multiple upgrades. See www.axis.com for more information.
Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial Actions
Problems setting the IP address
When using ARP/Ping
Try the installation again. The IP address must be set within two minutes after power has been
applied to the product. Ensure the Ping length is set to 408. For instructions, see Assign IP Address
Using ARP/Ping on page 58.
The product is located on a
different subnet
If the IP address intended for the product and the IP address of the computer used to access the
product are located on different subnets, you will not be able to set the IP address. Contact your
network administrator to obtain an IP address.
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The IP address is being used
by another device
Disconnect the Axis product from the network. Run the Ping command (in a Command/DOS
window, type ping and the IP address of the product):
• If you receive: Reply from <IP address>: bytes=32; time=10...
this means that the IP address may already be in use by another device on the network.
Obtain a new IP address from the network administrator and reinstall the product.
• If you receive: Request timed out, this means that the IP address is available
for use with the Axis product. Check all cabling and reinstall the product.
Possible IP address conflict
with another device on the
same subnet.
The static IP address in the Axis product is used before the DHCP server sets a dynamic address.
This means that if the same default static IP address is also used by another device, there may
be problems accessing the product.
The product cannot be accessed from a browser
Cannot log in
When HTTPS is enabled, ensure that the correct protocol (HTTP or HTTPS) is used when attempting
to log in. You may need to manually type http or https in the browser’s address field.
If the password for the user root is lost, the product must be reset to the factory default settings.
See Reset to Factory Default Settings on page 68.
The IP address has been
changed by DHCP
IP addresses obtained from a DHCP server are dynamic and may change. If the IP address has
been changed, use AXIS IP Utility or AXIS Camera Management to locate the product on the
network. Identify the product using its model or serial number, or by the DNS name (if the name
has been configured).
If required, a static IP address can be assigned manually. For instructions, see the document Assign
an IP Address and Access the Video Stream on Axis Support web at www.axis.com/techsup.
Certificate error when using
IEEE 802.1X
For authentication to work properly, the date and time settings in the Axis product should be
synchronized with an NTP server. See Date & Time on page 57.
The product is accessible locally but not externally
Router configuration
To configure your router to allow incoming data traffic to the Axis product, enable the NAT-traversal
feature which will attempt to automatically configure the router to allow access to the Axis
product, see NAT traversal (port mapping) for IPv4 on page 61. The router must support UPnPTM.
Firewall protection
Check the Internet firewall with your network administrator.
Default routers required
Check if you need to configure the router settings from System Options > Network > TCP/IP >
Basic.
Problems with streaming H.264
Problems with AXIS Media
Control (Internet Explorer
only)
To enable the updating of video images in Internet Explorer, set the browser to allow ActiveX
controls. Also, make sure that AXIS Media Control is installed on your computer.
No H.264 displayed in the
client
Check that the relevant H.264 connection methods and correct interface are enabled in the AMC
Control Panel (streaming tab). See AXIS Media Control (AMC) on page 16.
In the AMC Control Panel, select the H.264 tab and click Set to default H.264 decoder.
Check that RTSP is enabled under System Options > Network > TCP/IP > Advanced.
Multicast H.264 only
accessible by local clients
Check if your router supports multicasting, or if the router settings between the client and the
product need to be configured. The TTL (Time To Live) value may need to be increased.
No multicast H.264
displayed in the client
Check with your network administrator that the multicast addresses used by the Axis product
are valid for your network.
Check with your network administrator to see if there is a firewall preventing viewing.
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Poor rendering of H.264
images
Ensure that your graphics card is using the latest driver. The latest drivers can usually be
downloaded from the manufacturer’s website.
Color saturation is different
in H.264 and Motion JPEG
Modify the settings for your graphics adapter. Refer to the adapter’s documentation for more
information.
Lower frame rate than
expected
See Performance Considerations on page 77.
Reduce the number of applications running on the client computer.
Limit the number of simultaneous viewers.
Check with the network administrator that there is enough bandwidth available.
Check in the AMC Control Panel (H.264 tag) that video processing is NOT set to Decode only
key frames.
Lower the image resolution.
Set a Capture Mode that prioritizes frame rate. Changing the capture mode to prioritize frame rate
will lower the maximum resolution. See Capture Mode on page 24.
The maximum frames per second is dependent on the utility frequency (60/50 Hz) of the Axis
product. See Technical Specifications on page 73.
Status and Network indicator LEDs are flashing red rapidly
Hardware failure
Contact your Axis reseller.
Product does not start up
Product does not start up
If the product does not start up keep the network cable connected and re-insert the power cable
to the midspan.
Video and image problems, general
Image unsatisfactory
Check the video stream and camera settings under Setup > Video & Audio > Video Stream and
Setup > Video & Audio > Camera Settings.
No audio
Incorrect setup
Check the sound card in the computer. Ensure that mute is not selected and that the volume
settings are correct.
Check that Enable audio support is selected under Setup > System Options > Security > Audio
Support.
Check that the correct Audio Input source is selected under Setup > Video & Audio > Audio
Settings.
Poor audio quality
Stuttering
Reduce the number of listeners and viewers. Decrease image resolution and compression.
Unsynchronized audio and
video using H.264
Synchronize the product’s date and time settings with an NTP server. Go to Setup > System
Options > Date & Time.
Distorted audio
Check that the correct Audio Input source is selected under Setup > Video & Audio > Audio
Settings.
Feedback loops
Feedback loops might appear in full-duplex mode. Try moving the microphone or the speaker, or
use half-duplex mode instead.
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Storage and disk management problems
Storage disruption
A storage disruption alarm is sent if a storage device is unavailable, removed, full, locked or if other
read or write problems occur. To identify the source of the problem, check the System Log under
System Options > Support > Logs & Reports. Depending on the problem, it might be necessary to
re-mount the storage device.
For information on how to set up a storage disruption alarm, see Events on page 47.
Video cannot be recorded
Check that the SD card is not write protected (that is, read only).
SD card cannot be mounted
Reformat the SD card and then click Mount.
NOTICE
TICE
NO
Formatting the card will remove all content, including all recordings, from the SD card.
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Technical Specifications
Camera
Image sensor Progressive scan RGB CMOS 1/3”
Lens
IR-corrected, CS-mount lens, P-Iris
Varifocal 2.8–8.5 mm, F1.2
Horizontal angle of view: 92.3°–33.3°
Vertical angle of view: 67.9°–24.7°
Day and night Automatically removable infrared-cut filter
Minimum
illumination
Color: 0.1 lux, B/W: 0.01 lux, F1.2
HDTV 720p 50/60 fps: Color 0.2 lux, B/W: 0.02 lux, F1.2
Shutter time
1/28000 s to 2 s with 50 Hz
1/33500 s to 2 s with 60 Hz
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Digital PTZ, Uploadable PTZ driver (Pelco D pre-installed)
Video
Video
compression
H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC) Baseline, Main and High Profiles
Motion JPEG
Resolutions
HDTV 720p 25/30 fps (WDR): 1280x960 to 160x90
HDTV 720p 50/60 fps (no WDR): 1280x960 to 160x90
Frame rate
Up to 50/60 fps (50/60 Hz)
Video
streaming
Multiple, individually configurable streams in H.264 and Motion JPEG
Axis' Zipstream technology in H.264
Controllable frame rate and bandwidth
VBR/MBR H.264
Multi-view
streaming
Up to 8 individually cropped out view areas
Image settings Compression, Color, Brightness, Sharpness, Contrast, Local contrast, White balance, Exposure control, Exposure
zones, WDR-Forensic Capture: Up to 120 dB depending on scene, Fine tuning of behavior at low light, Rotation: 0°,
90°, 180°, 270° including Corridor Format, Text and image overlay, Privacy mask, Mirroring of images
Audio
Audio
streaming
Two-way, full duplex
Audio
compression
AAC LC 8/16/32/48 kHz, G.711 PCM 48 kHz, G.726 ADPCM 48 kHz
Configurable bit rate
Audio
input/output
External microphone input or line input, Line output, Built-in microphone (can be disabled)
Network
Security
Password protection, IP address filtering, HTTPSa encryption, IEEE 802.1Xa network access control, Digest
authentication, User access log
Supported
protocols
IPv4/v6, HTTP, HTTPSa, SSL/TLSa, QoS Layer 3 DiffServ, FTP, CIFS/SMB, SMTP, Bonjour, UPnP™, SNMPv1/v2c/v3 (MIB-II),
DNS, DynDNS, NTP, RTSP, RTP, SFTP, TCP, UDP, IGMP, RTCP, ICMP, DHCP, ARP, SOCKS, SSH
System integration
Application
Open API for software integration, including VAPIX® and AXIS Camera Application Platform, specifications
Programming at www.axis.com
Interface
AXIS Video Hosting System (AVHS) with One-Click Connection
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ONVIF Profile S, specification at www.onvif.org
Analytics
Video motion detection, Active tampering alarm, Audio detection
Support for AXIS Camera Application Platform enabling installation of AXIS Video Motion Detection 3,
AXIS Cross Line Detection, AXIS Digital Autotracking and third-party applications, see www.axis.com/acap
Event triggers Analytics, Edge storage events, External input, Audio level, Time scheduled
Event actions File upload: FTP, SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, network share and email
Notification: email, HTTP, HTTPS and TCP
External output activation
Video recording to edge storage, Play audio clip
Pre- and post-alarm video buffering
PTZ preset, Guard tour, Overlay text
Day/Night switching, Status LED activation
WDR mode
Send SNMP trap
Data
streaming
Event data
Built-in
installation
aids
Focus assistant, Pixel counter, Remote back focus
General
Casing
Metal (zinc)
Color: White NCS S 1002-B
Memory
512 MB RAM, 256 MB Flash
Power
8–28 V DC, max 7.4 W, typical 4.1 W
Power over Ethernet (PoE) IEEE 802.3af/802.3at Type 1 Class 3, max 7.6 W, typical 4.3 W
Connectors
RJ45 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX PoE
I/O: 4-pin 2.5 mm terminal block for two configurable inputs/outputs
RS485/RS422, 2 pcs, 2 pos, full duplex, terminal block
DC input, terminal block, 3.5 mm mic/line in, 3.5 mm line out
P-Iris connector (compatible with DC-iris)
Edge storage
Support for microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC card
Support for recording to dedicated network-attached storage (NAS)
For SD card and NAS recommendations see www.axis.com
Operating
conditions
0 °C to 55 °C (32 °F to 131 °F)
Humidity 10-85% RH (non-condensing)
Approvals
EN 55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 55024, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2,
FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A, ICES-003 Class A, VCCI Class A, C-tick AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class A,
KCC KN22 Class A, KN24, IEC/EN/UL 60950-1
Dimensions
205 x 78 x 46 mm (8.1 x 3.1 x 1.8 in)
Weight
630 g (1.4 lb)
Included
accessories
Connector kit, Installation Guide, Windows decoder 1-user license, Stand
Optional
accessories
Axis mounts, Axis lenses, Axis midspans
For more accessories, see www.axis.com
Video
management
software
AXIS Camera Companion, AXIS Camera Station, Video management software from Axis’ Application Development
Partners available on www.axis.com/techsup/software
Languages
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese
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Warranty
Axis 3-year warranty and AXIS Extended Warranty option, see www.axis.com/warranty
a. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/), and
cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
Environmental responsibility:
www.axis.com/environmental-responsibility
Connectors
I/O Connector
4–pin terminal block
For an example diagram, see Connection Diagrams on page 77.
Function
Pin
Notes
0 V DC (-)
1
DC output
2
Can be used to power auxiliary equipment.
Note: This pin can only be used as power out.
12 V DC
Max load = 50 mA
Configurable
(Input or Output)
3–4
Digital input – Connect to pin 1 to activate, or leave floating
(unconnected) to deactivate.
0 to max 30 V DC
Digital output – Connected to pin 1 when activated, floating
(unconnected) when deactivated. If used with an inductive
load, e.g. a relay, a diode must be connected in parallel with
the load, for protection against voltage transients.
0 to max 30 V DC, open drain,
100 mA
Specifications
0 V DC
Power Connector
2-pin terminal block for DC power input. Use a Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) compliant
limited power source (LPS) with either a rated output power limited to ≤100 W or a rated output
current limited to ≤5 A.
Audio Connector
3.5 mm audio connectors
(stereo)
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1 Tip
2 Ring
3 Sleeve
Audio Input
Microphone/Line in
Ground
Audio Output
Line out (mono)
Ground
Audio input
3.5 mm jack for mic/line in, max 80 mVpp for microphone/max 6.2 Vpp for line signal
Impedance: Min 1 kΩ, Mic-Power activated; Min 4 kΩ line
Tip: Signal/Bias
Ring: Bias
Sleeve: Ground
Power to external electret microphone: 1.3 V – 2.6 V (DC)
SNR: > 70dB
Audio output
3.5 mm jack for line out. min 1.8 Vpp
SNR: > 70dB
Output impedance: Max 100 Ω, normal <1 Ω
Built-in microphone
specification
Sensitivity: -36 dB ±2 dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa, 1 kHz)
Max input (SPL): 100 dB
Plugging the audio input jack disables the internal microphone.
RS485/422 Connector
Two 2-pin terminal blocks for RS485/RS422 serial interface. The serial
port can be configured to support:
•
•
•
•
Two-wire RS485 half duplex
Four-wire RS485 full duplex
Two-wire RS422 simplex
Four-wire RS422 full duplex point to point communication
Function
Pin
Notes
RS485B alt RS485/422 RX(B)
1
RX pair for all modes (combined RX/TX for 2-wire RS485)
RS485A alt RS485/422 RX(A)
2
RS485/RS422 TX(B)
3
RS485/RS422 TX(A)
4
TX pair for RS422 and 4-wire RS485
Important
The recommended maximum cable length is 30 m (98.4 ft).
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Connection Diagrams
I/O Connector
1
2
A
B
0 V DC (-)
DC output 12 V, max 50 mA
I/O configured as input
I/O configured as output
Performance Considerations
When setting up your system, it is important to consider how various settings and situations will affect performance. Some factors
affect the amount of bandwidth (the bit rate) required, others can affect the frame rate, and some affect both. If the load on the
CPU reaches its maximum, this will also affect the frame rate.
The following factors are among the most important to consider:
•
High image resolution and/or lower compression levels result in images containing more data. Bandwidth affected.
•
Access by large numbers of Motion JPEG and/or unicast H.264 clients. Bandwidth affected.
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Simultaneous viewing of different streams (resolution, compression) by different clients. Effect on frame rate and
bandwidth.
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Accessing Motion JPEG and H.264 video streams simultaneously. Frame rate and bandwidth affected.
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Heavy usage of event settings affect the product’s CPU load. Frame rate affected.
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Using HTTPS may reduce frame rate, in particular if streaming Motion JPEG.
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Heavy network utilization due to poor infrastructure. Bandwidth affected.
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Viewing on poorly performing client computers lowers perceived performance. Frame rate affected.
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Running multiple AXIS Camera Application Platform (ACAP) applications simultaneously may affect the frame rate and
the general performance.
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User Manual
AXIS P1364 Network Camera
© Axis Communications AB, 2015
Ver. M1.13
Date: January 2016
Part No. 1510439
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