Vitek VTC-IR302FN Specifications

VTC-IR302FN
ENVI 2.0 MegaPixel WDR Day/Night
IR Bullet Camera with 120’ Range
VITEK
• 1/2.9” Sony® Exmor™ Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor
• Up to 30fps live view @ 1920x1080p
• Built-in Mega Pixel Fixed 3.6mm Lens
• 30 850nm Infrared LEDs with 120’ IR Range
• Auto True Day Night (TDN) with Dual Filter Switch for no focus shift at night
• WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
• 3D-DNR Noise Reduction
• 16:9 Video format
• H.264/MJPEG Dual Streaming
• Minimal Latency w/Max 16 User Connections
• Onvif Profile S Compatibility
• MicroSD Card Slot supporting up to 64GB cards for Onboard EDGE Recording
and Playback
• Motion Detection, Privacy Masking & Highlight Masking
• Gasket Sealed with an IP66 Weather Resistance Rating
• 12VDC & PoE (Power over Ethernet) Operation
Specifications & installation procedure subject to change without notice.
Visit www.vitekcctv.com for the most current information available.
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Table of Contents
1. Box Contents ........................................................................................................................ 6
2. Included Accessories.............................................................................................................. 6
3. VTC-IR302FN Layout ............................................................................................................. 7
3.1.
External View ............................................................................................................ 7
3.2.
Internal View ............................................................................................................. 7
4. VTC-IR302FN Installation ....................................................................................................... 8
4.1.
Mounting The Camera ................................................................................................ 8
4.2.
Connections .............................................................................................................. 9
4.3.
Setup Menu ............................................................................................................... 9
4.4.
Removable Storage ...................................................................................................10
5. Camera Software Installation .................................................................................................10
6. VTC-302FN Features .............................................................................................................13
7. IP Installer: Introduction .......................................................................................................14
8. Installing and Uninstalling .....................................................................................................14
8.1.
Installing IP Installer .................................................................................................14
8.2.
Uninstalling IP Installer .............................................................................................17
9. Using IP Installer ..................................................................................................................19
9.1.
Starting the Program .................................................................................................19
9.2.
Search Product .........................................................................................................20
9.3.
Automatic Network Setup ..........................................................................................24
9.4.
Using DHCP Server ...................................................................................................26
9.5.
Using PPPoE .............................................................................................................27
9.6.
Updating Firmware ...................................................................................................29
9.7.
Filter Configuration ...................................................................................................31
9.8.
Live View .................................................................................................................32
10. ENVI Admin Menu ..............................................................................................................34
10.1. Entering Admin Menu ................................................................................................34
10.2. Admin Menu Structure...............................................................................................35
11. Quick Configuration ............................................................................................................35
11.1. Step 1: Changing Server Name ..................................................................................35
11.2. Step 2: Time Setup ...................................................................................................35
11.3. Step 3: Network Setup ..............................................................................................35
11.4. Step 4: IPCCTVDNS.COM...........................................................................................36
11.5. Step 5: Recording Configuration .................................................................................36
11.6. Finish.......................................................................................................................36
12. System Configuration Menu.................................................................................................36
12.1. Server Name Setup ...................................................................................................36
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12.2. Date & Time .............................................................................................................37
12.3. Admin Password .......................................................................................................38
12.4. Access Control ..........................................................................................................38
12.5. User Registration ......................................................................................................38
12.5.1. Add ...............................................................................................................38
12.5.2. Edit ...............................................................................................................40
12.5.3. Delete ...........................................................................................................40
13. Network Configuration ........................................................................................................40
13.1. Static IP Configuration ..............................................................................................41
13.2. DHCP Client Configuration .........................................................................................41
13.3. PPPoE Configuration .................................................................................................42
13.4. Network Ports ..........................................................................................................42
13.5. Bandwidth Control Configuration ................................................................................43
13.6. View Network Status .................................................................................................43
13.7. Network Status Notify ...............................................................................................44
13.8. IP-CCTV DNS Setup ..................................................................................................45
13.9. Port Forwarding & UPnP ............................................................................................46
13.10. RTP/RTSP Setup .......................................................................................................47
14. Device Configuration ..........................................................................................................48
14.1. Privacy Zone ............................................................................................................48
14.2. Camera & Motion ......................................................................................................51
14.3. Camera Configuration ...............................................................................................53
14.3.1. Rate Control Mode ..........................................................................................54
14.3.2. Image Quality Setup .......................................................................................54
Motion Detection .........................................................................................................54
14.4. Camera Control (Select Models) .................................................................................54
14.5. DI (Sensor Input) / DO (Alarm Output) .......................................................................78
15. Advanced Configuration ......................................................................................................80
15.1. Advanced Services ....................................................................................................81
15.1.1. E-mail Service Configuration ............................................................................82
15.1.2. FTP (Buffered) Service Configuration ................................................................85
15.1.3. FTP (Periodic) Service Configuration .................................................................87
16. Recording Configuration for Cameras with SD card ................................................................89
16.1. SD / MicroSD Card Configuration ................................................................................89
16.2. Recording Configuration with SD card .........................................................................92
17. Utilities ..............................................................................................................................94
17.1. System Log ..............................................................................................................95
17.2. Save Configuration....................................................................................................95
17.3. Reboot.....................................................................................................................96
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17.4. Factory Default .........................................................................................................96
17.5. System Update .........................................................................................................97
18. ENVI Series Viewer ........................................................................................................... 100
18.1. Introduction ........................................................................................................... 100
18.2. Key Features .......................................................................................................... 100
18.3. System Requirement for PC ..................................................................................... 100
19. Installing and Uninstalling ................................................................................................. 101
19.1. Installing ENVI Series Viewer ................................................................................... 101
19.1.1. Installing on Web Browser............................................................................. 101
19.1.2. Manual Installation ....................................................................................... 103
19.2. Uninstalling ENVI Series Viewer................................................................................ 104
19.2.1. Uninstalling with Program Menu..................................................................... 104
19.2.2. Uninstalling on Control Panel ......................................................................... 105
20. Starting ENVI Series Viewer .............................................................................................. 106
20.1. Control Bar............................................................................................................. 107
20.2. Channel Control Bar ................................................................................................ 108
20.3. OSD Channels Buttons ............................................................................................ 108
20.3.1. Saving as Image File..................................................................................... 108
20.3.2. Saving as Video File ...................................................................................... 109
20.3.3. Manual Recording ......................................................................................... 109
20.3.4. Instant Playback ........................................................................................... 110
20.4. Extended Features .................................................................................................. 111
20.4.1. Pausing Live Video........................................................................................ 111
20.4.2. FPS Control .................................................................................................. 111
20.4.3. Flip Control .................................................................................................. 112
21. EN-V-R: Introduction ........................................................................................................ 112
22. Requirements for Installation ............................................................................................ 113
22.1. EN-V-R Versions ..................................................................................................... 113
22.2. System Requirement for PC ..................................................................................... 113
23. Installing EN-V-R .............................................................................................................. 114
24. Uninstalling EN-V-R .......................................................................................................... 117
24.1. Closing Active EN-V-R ............................................................................................. 117
24.2. Executing Uninstaller ............................................................................................... 118
25. Components of EN-V-R Program ........................................................................................ 119
25.1. EN-V-R Configurator................................................................................................ 119
25.2. EN-V-R Service ....................................................................................................... 119
25.3. EN-V-R Controller ................................................................................................... 119
25.4. EN-V-R System Tray Menu....................................................................................... 119
26. Starting EN-V-R Configurator ............................................................................................. 120
27. Quick Start Guide ............................................................................................................. 121
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27.1. EN-V-R Configurator User Interface .......................................................................... 121
27.2. Searching for IP Devices.......................................................................................... 122
27.3. Registering IP Devices............................................................................................. 124
27.4. Viewing Live Video .................................................................................................. 126
27.5. Recording Video ..................................................................................................... 128
28. ENVI Smart Player ............................................................................................................ 132
28.1. Introduction ........................................................................................................... 132
28.2. Key Features .......................................................................................................... 132
28.3. System Requirement for PC ..................................................................................... 133
29. Installing and Uninstalling ................................................................................................. 133
29.1. Installing Smart Player ............................................................................................ 133
29.1.1. Manual Installation ....................................................................................... 134
29.2. Uninstalling Smart Player ......................................................................................... 135
29.2.1. Uninstalling on Program Menu ....................................................................... 135
30. Configuring & Viewing Player ............................................................................................ 145
30.1. Main Window View.................................................................................................. 146
30.2. Connecting to NVR Player ........................................................................................ 147
30.3. Creating a Group .................................................................................................... 147
31. Searching Video ............................................................................................................... 149
31.1. Searching Video ...................................................................................................... 149
31.2. Daily Search ........................................................................................................... 149
31.2.1. Search Mode ................................................................................................ 150
31.2.2. GO to Time Position ...................................................................................... 150
31.3. Condition Search Mode ............................................................................................ 150
31.3.1. Advanced Search Mode ................................................................................. 151
32. Video Playback Controls .................................................................................................... 152
33. Extra Features ................................................................................................................. 153
33.1. Window Control ...................................................................................................... 153
33.2. Recording Period .................................................................................................... 153
33.3. Backup .................................................................................................................. 154
33.4. Snapshot ............................................................................................................... 155
33.5. Print ...................................................................................................................... 156
33.6. Ratio Display .......................................................................................................... 156
34. EN-V-R Configuration........................................................................................................ 157
34.1. System, Network Configuration ................................................................................ 157
34.1.1. Configuring System name ............................................................................. 158
34.1.2. System, Network Configuration - Admin password ........................................... 159
34.1.3. System, Network Configuration - Access Control ............................................. 159
34.1.4. System, Network Configuration - HTTP Port .................................................... 160
34.1.5. System, Network Configuration - IP-CCTV DNS ............................................... 160
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35. IP-CCTV DNS Registration ................................................................................................. 161
36. IP-Device Registration ...................................................................................................... 166
36.1. IP-Device Registration (Manual) ............................................................................... 167
36.2. IP-Device Registration (Automatic) ........................................................................... 169
IP-Device Modification ............................................................................................... 171
36.3. IP-Device Deletion .................................................................................................. 173
36.4. IP-Device Homepage............................................................................................... 173
36.5. Camera Management .............................................................................................. 173
36.5.1. Configure Camera Name and Information ....................................................... 174
36.5.2. Camera Resolution, Quality ........................................................................... 175
36.5.3. Configure Camera Recording Condition........................................................... 176
36.5.4. Alarm, Event Configuration ............................................................................ 179
36.6. User Management................................................................................................... 180
36.6.1. User Registration .......................................................................................... 181
36.6.2. User Modification .......................................................................................... 181
36.6.3. User Deletion ............................................................................................... 182
36.7. Disk Setup ............................................................................................................. 182
36.7.1. Disk Setup ................................................................................................... 182
36.7.2. Disk Quota Modification and Deletion ............................................................. 182
36.7.3. Disk Mode Change ........................................................................................ 183
36.8. Utilities .................................................................................................................. 185
36.8.1. Email account Configuration .......................................................................... 185
36.8.2. About Program ............................................................................................. 186
37. Using EN-V-R Controller .................................................................................................... 187
38. Connecting to EN-V-R ....................................................................................................... 188
38.1. PC with EN-V-R installed .......................................................................................... 188
38.2. PC without EN-V-R .................................................................................................. 189
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1. Box Contents
1) VTC-IR302FN IP Infrared Bullet camera
2) Mounting Accessories
3) ENVI Series CD & Mounting Template
2. Included Accessories
3mm Hex L-wrench
Qty: 1
Wall mounting screws
Qty: 3
Anchors
If necessary, use the anchor to help secure the self tapping screws.
Qty: 3
Sunshield with Attachment thumb screw
Qty: 1
Mounting Template
Qty: 1
EMI Ferrite Core
Qty: 1
Thumb Screw/Washer for Sun Shield
Qty: 1 (each)
ENVI Series CD
Qty: 1
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3. VTC-IR302FN Layout
3.1.
External View
ⓑ
ⓐ
ⓒ ⓓ
ⓔ
ⓕ
ⓖ
ⓗ
ⓘ
ⓐ
ⓑ
ⓒ
ⓓ
ⓔ
ⓕ
ⓖ
ⓗ
ⓘ
ⓙ
Window
Sunshield
Fixing screw for Sunshield
Front cover
Body
Mount Rotation Adjustment
Mount Tilt Adjustment
Mount Pan Adjustment
Mounting base
Rubber sealing
ⓙ
3.2.
Internal View
ⓛ
ⓚ
ⓚ Infrared LEDs(x30)
ⓛ Lens
ⓜ Micro SD Card Slot
ⓝ IP Reset Button
ⓜ
ⓝ
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4. VTC-IR302FN Installation
• Make sure the power is not applied before the installation.
4.1.
Mounting The Camera
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3.
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5.
Drill 3 holes into the wall or ceiling using the supplied template
Insert the anchors into the drilled holes
Match (foot mount holes) to the drilled holes
Affix the mounting bracket by using supplied screws
Adjust the cameras Pan, Tilt, & Rotation with the hex screws on the mount
Adjust Pan: Adjust the camera direction
with ⓗ screw for Pan-direction.
Adjust Tilt: Adjust the camera direction
with ⓖ screw for Tilt-direction.
Ⅱ
ⓗ
Adjust Rotation: Adjust the camera
direction with ⓕ screw for rotation
ⓖ
Ⅲ
ⓕ
Ⅰ
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4.2.
Connections
Ethernet Cable
12 VDC Power Supply
1. Power
Depending on the type of installations, apply power to the camera by one of the three
options below.
a) Via Ethernet – Use only with POE switch (100 Meters max distance)
b) 12VDC - Use with 12VDC 1A
2. Ethernet Connection
Insert one end of the Ethernet cable into the network jack of your camera, and insert the other
end into the data port (switch, router, etc)
4.3.
Setup Menu
1. Accessing the Setup Menu & Controls
The Setup menu can be accessed and controlled via the Web-Admin, Device Configuration>
Camera & Motion> Camera Control.
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4.4.
Removable Storage
For recording directly on the camera you will need to install a MicroSD card, this will allow
you to play video directly from the camera.
a) With the power disconnected insert the MicroSD memory card as shown below (the
MicroSD card will need to be formatted.
5. Camera Software Installation
1. Run IP Installer Software from the CD program on a computer that is on the same network
as the IP camera.
2. Start IP Installer, by double clicking the icon “IP Installer”
3. After the program has started, the main window of IP Installer program will appear on the
screen as shown below.
4. Search for the installed camera on the network by clicking the search product icon, the
camera should appear as the image below. The default IP address is 10.20.30.40
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5. To assign an automatic IP address to this camera within the network, click the “Automatic IP
Setup” icon
6. Verify the Automatic IP address provided, enter the default password root and then click Set
as shown below.
7. After the camera was configured by the program automatically, you will be able to get access
by
a) Right click over the camera information, “Go Product Homepage”
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b) Click over the icon “Connect Product Homepage”
8. From the Home Page, you can “Live View” or administrate “Admin” the camera.
On Live View you will be able to see live video from your camera.
NOTE: For more information, refer to Section 10. ENVI Admin Menu on page 34.
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6. VTC-302FN Features
1.3 & 2.0 MegaPixel Vandal Resistant Day/Night IR Bullet Cameras with 150’ Range
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1/2.9” Sony® Exmor™ Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor
Up to 30fps live view @ 1920x1080p
Built-in Mega Pixel Fixed 3.6mm Lens
30 850nm Infrared LEDs with 120’ IR Range
Auto True Day Night (TDN) with Dual Filter Switch for no focus shift at night
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range)
3D-DNR Noise Reduction
16:9 Video format
H.264/MJPEG Dual Streaming
Minimal Latency w/Max 16 User Connections
Onvif Profile S Compatibility
MicroSD Card Slot supporting up to 64GB cards for Onboard EDGE Recording and Playback
Secondary video output for ease of installation & maintenance
Motion Detection, Privacy Masking & Highlight Masking
Gasket Sealed with an IP66 Weather Resistance Rating
12VDC & PoE (Power over Ethernet) Operation
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7. IP Installer: Introduction
IP Installer is a proprietary utility program for Vitek IP products. It enables users of Vitek products
to search their network for any Vitek network camera, video server, or network video recorder no
matter what IP address it has. By using IP Installer, users will be able to facilitate network setup
process for Vitek products deployment.
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Runs on Microsoft Windows operating system (XP, Vista, 7, 8)
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Search for Network Cameras, Video Servers, and Network Video Recorders
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Capable of firmware updating
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Support automatic and manual IP setup
8. Installing and Uninstalling
** It’s recommended to install this program as an administrator **
8.1.
Installing IP Installer
If the program is started from the CD supplied with Vitek products, insert the CD in to CD/DVD tray
and check the installation file. If it is download or copied from the Internet or any other media,
locate the file from the PC’s hard drive. You will see the icon as shown with the file name IP
Installer_Setup_x.x.x.exe. The actual file name in your case may vary as the version changes.
Double click the icon to star installation.
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You may be prompted to continue running the installation program.
Click Yes button, then the following window will be shown on the screen.
To continue the installation, click Next. The following window will be displayed for location to
install.
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The default location for installation is C:\Program Files\IP Installer. It is recommended to install
in this folder, if you want to change it to a different location, click the Browse button to choose
location. Now click the Install button. You will see the progress of the install as shown below.
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When the files are done copying, the following window will be shown. Click the Finish button to
complete the installation.
8.2.
Uninstalling IP Installer
If you want to remove the IP Installer program from your PC, click Start > All Programs > IP
Installer > Uninstall.
You may be prompt to continue running the uninstall program.
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Click on the Yes button, then the following window will be shown on the screen.
Click on the Next button and you will see the following window.
Click on the Uninstall button to start removing the IP Installer program from your computer.
The following window will be displayed.
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Click on the Finish button to close the window
9. Using IP Installer
9.1.
Starting the Program
Once IP Installer program has been installed on your computer, a shortcut icon
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should be created on the desktop of your computer. You can start IP Installer by double clicking
the icon.
Or you can also start the program by clicking Start > All Programs > IP Installer > IP
Installer as shown below.
After the program has started, the main window of IP Installer program will appear on the
screen as shown below. There are no network devices shown, as it is the first time running the
program and nothing has been registered.
9.2.
Search Product
Scan the network and shows the list of all the Vitek products that IP
Installer program found.
Clear Product List
Clear the Vitek products list created by searching the network.
Automatic IP Setup
Configure the network setting of selected IP device in Automatic mode.
Manual IP Setup
Configure the network setting of selected IP device in Manual mode.
Connect Product
Homepage
Connect to the server homepage of the selected IP device.
Update Firmware
Update the firmware of the selected IP device.
Filter Configuration
Define the range of MAC and IP addresses to search.
Search Product
Make sure that your Vitek products are powered and connected to the network, and then
click the Search Product button. A status window will pop up to show the progress of
the search. Wait until it reaches 100%, or you may press the Cancel button to stop the
search at any given time and proceed with the results made until that moment.
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After searching is completed 100%, the IP Installer program will display the IP devices found.
If you want to clear the list of the IP Devices from the window, click Clear Product List
button from the Main Toolbar.
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Manual Network Setup
Configuring the network parameters of the devices in the list can be started either by
highlighting and right clicking mouse button or by clicking Manual IP Setup button on
the main Toolbar.
When one IP device is selected, the following screen will appear
MAC Address
MAC address of the selected device is shown.
Server Name
Input desired name of camera i.e. Lunch Room
HTTP Port
Input port number to access IP devices homepage via web. Default port is 80
IP Type
Select the type of address (Static / DHCP / PPPoE) Use STATIC for manual IP setup
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Network
Authentication
(Admin Password)
Save Configuration
Option
General network parameters are required in this part. Please contact your network
administrator for detail.(IP Address, Netmask, Default Gateway, DNS1, DNS2)
Password for the IP device.
(Default password for Vitek products is “root” unless already changed)
Select whether the configured contents is to be saved in the Camera memory or not.
 Save Configuration: Changed values will be saved in the Camera memory of the
device, which means the changes are permanent.
 Not Saving: Changed values will not be saved in the Camera memory, which
means if the IP device is turned off the changes are lost and the previous setting
will be applied back.
Click Set button to apply the changed values to IP device. If you don’t want it, click Cancel button.
When two or more IP devices are selected
You can select two or more IP devices at the same time by clicking one after another while CTRL
key is pressed. The result is shown as below.
To configure the network parameters of those devices, click the right mouse button or click
Manual IP Setup icon on the main Toolbar with multiple IP devices selected as shown above.
Then the following window will show up.
You can modify the value of each changeable field by clicking it. The following shows an example
of entering a new value to a field.
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Model
Model Numbers of the IP devices that you selected.
MAC Address
MAC address of the selected device is shown.
Server Name
Name of the selected IP device.
IP Type
How to assign IP address to the device (Select Static here for Manual IP
Setup)
IP address, Netmask,
Gateway, DNS1, DNS2
General network parameters are required in this part. Please contact your
network administrator for detail.
HTTP Port
HTTP port number of the IP device for web access to homepage.
Password
Password for the IP device.(Default password for Vitek products is “root”)
If you click Apply to all button after changing just a field of one IP device, the remaining IP
devices will have the same value for that parameter. In this case, each device’s Server name and
IP Address field will have +1 incremented value added to the original value. For example, if the
first IP device has been given the server name of NetCam and Apply to all button is pressed, it
will be automatically changed to NetCam1 and the next IP device will have NetCam2 and so on.
The same applies to the IP address field.
For Password field, the entered information doesn’t increment but will use the same data.
In using Apply to all, you can choose which field is affected. Put check marks only on the field
you want to use this automatic action as below.
Click Save & Close button to save the changed values in the camera memory of all the IP devices
and close the Network setup window.
9.3.
Automatic Network Setup
Configuring the network parameters of the devices in the list can be started either by
clicking right mouse button or by clicking Automatic IP Setup button on the main
Toolbar. Before starting the setup, you first need to choose the one to be configured. In
this setup mode, IP Installer program checks your local network and assigns available IP addresses
to the IP devices. You have a choice of using those automatically assigned IP addresses, or you
can just enter other IP addresses as you desire.
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Server Name
Name of the selected IP device.
HTTP Port
HTTP port number of the IP device for web access to homepage.
IP Type
How to assign IP address to the device (Select Static here for Manual IP Setup)
Network
General network parameters are required in this part. Please contact your network
administrator for detail. (IP Address, Netmask, Default Gateway, DNS1, DNS2)
Authentication
(Admin Password)
Password for the IP device. (Default password for Vitek products is “root”)
Save Configuration
Option
Select whether the configured contents is to be saved in the Camera memory or not.
 Save Configuration: Changed values will be saved in the Camera memory of the
device, which means the changes are permanent.
 Not Saving: Changed values will not be saved in the Camera memory, which
means if the IP device is turned off the changes are lost and the previous setting
will be applied back.
Click Set button to apply the changed values to IP device. If you don’t want it, click Cancel button
to restore the previous values.
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Note: If your network has more than one IP address Zone at the same time, the
confirmation window will be displayed as below. You need to choose the one you
are going to use for your IP devices.
9.4.
Using DHCP Server
If your network has a DHCP server running for assigning IP addresses, you may choose to let it
assign IP addresses to the IP devices on the list. To do that, first open the Network Setup window
either by Manual IP Setup or Automatic IP Setup procedure. Choose DHCP in “IP Type”
selection, then IP Address, Netmask, Default Gateway field in Network setup area on the
window will be disabled to input as shown below.
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For setting up other fields on the setup window, refer to Section 0 Manual Network Setup on
page 22. After filling the fields with appropriate values, click Set button to apply the changed
values to IP device. If you don’t want it, click Cancel button to restore the previous values.
9.5.
Using PPPoE
If your network environment is based on PPPoE connection, you’ll need to choose PPPoE on IP
Type selection. First open the Network Setup window either by Manual IP Setup or Automatic
IP Setup procedure. Choose PPPoE in IP Type selection, and then all the fields in Network
setup area on the window will be disabled. The network settings such as IP Address, Netmask,
Default Gateway and DNS are no longer available to enter. You only need to enter the Server
Name, HTTP Port number, and login authentication for your PPPoE connection.
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MAC Address
MAC address of the selected device is shown.
Server Name
Name of the selected IP device.
HTTP Port
HTTP port number of the IP device for web access to homepage.
IP Type
How to assign IP address to the device (Select PPPoE in this mode)
PPPoE
User Authentication for PPPoE Connection.
 PPPoE User: Enter User ID.
 PPPoE Password: Enter Password for the User ID.
 PPPoE Password Confirm: Enter the same Password again.
Authentication
(Admin Password)
Save Configuration
Option
Password for the IP device.
(Default password for Vitek products is “root” unless already changed)
Select whether the configured contents is to be saved in the Camera memory or not.
 Save Configuration: Changed values will be saved in the Camera memory of the
device, which means the changes are permanent.
 Not Saving: Changed values will not be saved in the Camera memory, which
means if the IP device is turned off the changes are lost and the previous setting
will be applied back.
Note: After setting up the network for the IP devices, make sure the IP devices are
accessible on the network from your computer. It can be done by running Live
View function of the homepage of the IP device’s built-in server. Refer to Section
9.8 Live View on page 32 for more information.
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9.6.
Updating Firmware
Once IP devices are searched and shown on the screen as functioning successfully, you can update
the firmware of them in “IP Installer” program. To do that, first check the firmware version of the
device, which you can find on the IP Installer window.
In the above picture, the firmware version of this product is 4.14-01-ds while the latest
firmware version available is 4.16-B0-ds-VI as you could see at Vitek’s homepage
(http://www.vitekcctv.com/Downloads.asp). If you decide to update the firmware, first
create a folder on your computer for the update firmware, than download the latest firmware to
that folder.
Then select the IP device to be updated on IP Installer window, then click Update Firmware
button from the toolbar. The following window will be displayed.
You may find the Password field is empty on the window shown above. If so, click the Password
field of the IP device and enter the proper password for the device. You are not allowed to update
the firmware if the correct password is not provided.
After the password is entered, the Start Update button will be enabled now. Click the button to
see the following window for selecting the folder where the file has been saved. Highlight the
folder than click OK.
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After clicking OK the following window will be displayed.
Note: Do not CLOSE window until completed, to avoid permanent damage to the camera.
You can also select multiple IP devices at the same time, and have them start firmware updating in
a single step. Select the files to update by holding CTRL key and selecting which IP devices to
update
Click Start Update button. You will see the update window brought up with multiple IP devices
listed.
The rest of the procedure is the same as in the firmware update case for a single IP device.
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9.7.
Filter Configuration
When you need to search only for the IP device having a specific range of MAC or IP
addresses, you can do it by using this feature. To set the search condition, click Filter
Configuration button on the Toolbar, then the following window will show up on the
screen.
The first six HEX characters are already filled in with 1C:7C:45, which is the MAC prefix for Vitek
products. Put a checkmark in MAC Address or IP Range to set the range for searching.
You can set the range of IP addresses to scan as shown below. In this example, all the IP devices
having MAC address starting with 1C:7C:45 will be listed on the result window after scanning.
Or you can look for a single IP device having a specific IP address as below.
IP Address range for searching can be entered as follows.
You may even set both MAC Address and IP Range together at the same time.
After setting the searching range as explained above, click OK button. Then IP Installer program
window will show the searching range on the top right portion of the window as shown below.
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To start searching with this condition now, click Search Product button on the toolbar.
The program will start searching and show the result after a moment.
9.8.
Live View
Once searching and configuration on IP devices are done, you should make sure that the IP
devices are accessible with the new settings. The best way to do it is by connecting to the
homepage of each IP device’s built-in server, and starting Live View feature.
Select Go Product Homepage when you click the right mouse button on the IP device to test.
If you select Go Product Homepage, the homepage of that device’s built-in server will
be opened on a new Web browser window as shown below. This is the same result when
you click Connect Product Homepage button from the Main Toolbar.
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Click Live View on the top right of the window, then ENVI Series Viewer ActiveX program will be
started. If you have not installed the ENVI Series Viewer program before, it will ask for a
confirmation to install it. Allow it and you will be able to find out whether the configuration by IP
Installer program is properly done.
Note: Refer to Section 18. ENVI Series Viewer on page 100 for detailed information
about the ENVI Series Viewer ActiveX program.
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10. ENVI Admin Menu
After connecting to a VITEK ENVI Series camera via web browser, you’ll find the web page as
shown below. The upper rightmost item of the menu is Admin; this is where you can set up most
of the features in the VITEK camera you’re connected to.
10.1.
Entering Admin Menu
Click Admin then you’ll see a login window. In the login window, enter root for both ID and
password as they are the factory defaults. Press Enter key or click OK.
Now the Admin Menu will be displayed as shown below. This will guide you to the top level menu
items, which are Quick, System, Network, Device, Advanced, Recording, and Utilities. Clicking any
of these top level menu items will display submenu items and brief descriptions.
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10.2.
Admin Menu Structure
The following table shows the hierarchy of the Admin menu structure that we’re going to deal with
in this manual.
11. Quick Configuration
In Quick Configuration, you will be able to set up many of the essential parts of the configuration
in a simple manner without going into details. Selecting Quick Configuration gives you the menu as
seen below. You can perform each setup by clicking the one you would like to configure.
11.1.
Step 1: Changing Server Name
Click Server Name on System Configuration menu, then Server Name Setup windows will be
displayed. Refer to Section 12.1 Server Name Setup on page 36 to see how to change the
server name.
11.2.
Step 2: Time Setup
Click Date & Time on System Configuration menu, then the Local Date & Time Configuration
window will be displayed. Refer to Section 12.2 Date & Time on page 37 to see how to set up.
11.3.
Step 3: Network Setup
To make a connection to the Internet, it is required to figure out the type of the Internet service
you’re using. Refer to Section 13. Network Configuration on page 40 to see how to set up.
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11.4.
Step 4: IPCCTVDNS.COM
When VITEK Server is used in a Dynamic IP environment, it is required to utilize
IPCCTVDNS.com feature. Refer to Section 35. IP-CCTV DNS Registration on page 161 for
setup information.
11.5.
Step 5: Recording Configuration
Vitek cameras with MicroSD card can be configured for recording options in this section. Refer to
Section 16.1 SD / MicroSD Card Configuration on page 89 to see how to set up.
11.6.
Finish
After clicking Finish all changes will be saved automatically to the camera/server
12. System Configuration Menu
When you click on System Configuration item on Admin Menu, the following sub menu will be
displayed.
12.1.
Server Name Setup
Click Step 1 on Quick Configuration or Server Name under System Configuration then the
following will be displayed and you will find out the system information such as model number of
the VITEK camera, server name (camera name), MAC address (serial number), firmware version,
and Web image version.
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As an administrator, you can change the name of the camera/ server, but other values are not
allowed to be changed. To change the camera/ server name, enter a new name in the Server
Name field. You may use up to 21 alphanumeric or up to 10 Unicode characters. Tab or any other
special characters are not allowed. Click Apply button to save the setting and it will take effect
immediately.
12.2.
Date & Time
Click Step 2 on Quick Configuration. Or Date & Time under System Configuration Fill the
Date and Time fields with your local time and date information. If you're in a different time zone,
put a checkmark on Change Time Zone, then select the correct region from the dropdown list to
make the time zone change, you need to click Apply button and reboot the system.
If you want to retrieve the exact current time from a NTP server on the network, click Get NTP
Server Time button. Clicking Refresh button will display the date and time retrieved from the
camera. Then click Apply button to save it.
Note: In order to retrieve Time and Date information from a NTP server, you need to put
NTP server address in advance of setting up, such as pool.ntp.org.
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12.3.
Admin Password
To change the password for the administrator, click Admin Password in System Configuration
menu.
Default ID for admin account is fixed as “root” and is not allowed to change. In Old Password
field, enter the current password. In both New Password and Confirm Password fields, enter
the same new password. The password must be between 4 and 23 alphanumeric characters. Click
Apply button to put it into effect.
Because you have replaced the password with a new one, the existing network connection made
with old password to VITEK camera is lost now. You will have to reconnect to the VITEK camera
using new password.
12.4.
Access Control
Click Access Control on System Configuration menu. The following windows will be displayed.
From the Access Permission window, select either one you would like to use. Click Apply button
to save the change.
 Full Access: Any user can access the camera/server and use all the features without limits.
 Limited Access: Only registered users can access the camera/server and have limited
privileges.
12.5.
User Registration
You can add, modify, or delete users for your VITEK camera/server here. Once registered as
Limited Access setting, the user can access the VITEK camera/server with some limited privileges.
12.5.1.
Add
To add a user, click User Registration on System Configuration menu. When Add is selected,
you can add users and define their passwords, names, and access permission levels respectively.
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Enter a User ID between 4 and 23 alphanumeric characters. In both Password and Confirm
Password fields, enter the identical password respectively. The password must be between 4 and
23 alphanumeric characters. In Name filed, enter the user’s name up to 23 alphanumeric
characters.
Now select one of the four items from System Resource Access Permission, which defines the
permission level for registered users to the VITEK camera.




All Channels Access: User can use all the features except for Configuration in Admin Page.
General Access (only live viewing access): User can only use Live View feature.
No Access: User is not permitted any of the features.
Selective Access: User is allowed to use only the selected features. With this item selected,
you can now configure the details under this menu for the user.
VITEK cameras may have multiple VS Modules registered in it. When you click on any of the
Enable check boxes, other fields in that row are now enabled to select.
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 VS Module ID: VS Module is a network device that has been registered in the VITEK camera
 Camera No.: Among the cameras of the VS Module select one to set up. (between all,1or2)
 Alarm Control: Determine if Alarm control is to be allowed. (selected models)
 Audio Control: Determine if Audio Control is to be allowed. (selected models)
After finishing the registration process, click Apply button to add the user.
12.5.2.
Edit
To edit a user account, select Edit. In this part, you can modify the existing user’s name,
password, and access permission. User ID is not allowed to change. Once selecting a user ID to
edit, the procedure is the same as in Add section.
To see existing users, click Select UserId, and select a user to be edited from the dropdown box.
Then you can change the password, name, or access permission, and click Apply button to save
the setting. Setup of Access Permission can be done the same way as in the Add section.
12.5.3.
Delete
To delete an existing user, select Delete.
From the list of the users, select a user to delete. Click Delete button to confirm the deletion.
13. Network Configuration
Configuring the network is dependent on how an IP address is assigned in Ethernet-based
environment, which is static IP, dynamic IP (DHCP), or PPPoE.
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13.1.
Static IP Configuration
Select Network Configuration under Network configuration
For static IP, select Static IP and input IP address, NetMask, Gateway, DNS1, DNS2 and click
apply to save settings. After apply, program will ask to close web browser for updates, which will
take 20~30 seconds. If Back button is clicked all values will be discarded. If Refresh button is
clicked, the program will load previous values.
13.2.
DHCP Client Configuration
To use DHCP a DHCP server must exist in the network environment. Select DHCP Client from
Network Configuration, click Apply. And all information needed will be filled in automatically
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13.3.
PPPoE Configuration
PPPoE is used to connect VITEK products to a PPPoE modem provided by the ISP. Since PPPoE
needs verification, ID and a password are necessary to access the network. Type in PPPoE user ID
and password
13.4.
Network Ports
In this configuration, you set up the HTTP port for VITEK cameras to communicate with the Client
PC. HTTP Port is the network port that is used when a Client PC connects to the VITEK camera
Web page. It can be assigned between 80 and 65535.The default value is 80.
Note: If the HTTP port number is changed to a different value than default (80), make
sure the new HTTP port number goes together with the VITEK cameras IP address.
For example, when a VITEK cameras IP address is 192.168.1.100 and the HTTP
port is 8080, you will have to enter http://192.168.1.100:8080 to connect to the
camera.
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13.5.
Bandwidth Control Configuration
Bandwidth control is for limiting maximum network traffic. If it is enabled with Bandwidth limits,
maximum data size transferred from VITEK cameras won’t exceed bandwidth limits set by users. If
transferred data is exceeded, part of the data will be randomly lost.
If multiple users try to access a VITEK camera when bandwidth control is enabled, users
connected to the VITEK camera will share network bandwidth limit.
Note: This bandwidth control feature works well in M-JPEG video transmission. But, for
H.264, dropping data packets may cause low quality of video, so it is
recommended to utilize CBR and frame rate control instead of bandwidth control
for H.264 video. Refer to Section 14.2 Camera & Motion on page 51 for more
info on CBR and Frame rate.
Note: Network Bandwidth control is managed by the VITEK camera and it drops any data
packets if required, thus you may experience slow connection when this feature
is enabled.
13.6.
View Network Status
This menu shows network status of VITEK cameras.
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13.7.
Network Status Notify
This feature helps to send updated network status information to registered email address if any
changes happen. This function will work under DHCP or PPPoE.
If Network Status Notify is set to Enable, VITEK cameras network status will be emailed to a
specific person in case of the following events:
 When it is set to Dynamic IP in the Network Configuration menu, and the VITEK camera has
been given a new dynamic IP address and connects to the network.
Or,
 When it is set to PPP Client on WAN-Modem menu, and the VITEK camera has been connected
to the network with ISP or PPP server.
To configure, click Network Status Notify on Network Configuration menu. The following
window will be shown.
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First, select Enable to use the feature. Then enter the address of the SMTP server which is
needed for email service. If your SMTP server requires a user ID and a password for authentication,
you will have to Enable Authentication Login and enter the user ID and Password.
In Sender field, enter your email address or other meaningful words that will show the message
was sent from the VITEK camera as a notification. Now enter the email addresses of the recipients
in the Recipient fields, up to 3 addresses. In the User-Defined Message box, you may enter a
message to explain why the message was sent. After finishing the setup, click Apply to save
settings.
Mail Notification
Enable: Send email
Disable: Do not send email
SMTP Server
SMTP Server address for email service
Authentication Login
User ID
Password
Sender
1st / 2nd / 3rd Recipient
User Defined Message
13.8.
Enable: user ID and password are required for SMTP
server
Disable: user ID and password are not required
User ID for SMTP server
Password for SMTP server
Email address of Sender or Name
Email Addresses of the Recipients (up to 3 addresses)
Message to be included in the Notification email
IP-CCTV DNS Setup
Note: Refer to Section 35. IP-CCTV DNS Registration on page 161 for further details on
configuration.
IP-CCTV DNS service provides a static & public domain name to help user’s access VITEK cameras
even though their IP address has changed or they are used in a local network. For proper function
of IP-CCTV DNS service, products need to be accessible through the internet.
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.
13.9.
Port Forwarding & UPnP
UPnP(Universal Plug and Play)is a kind of network protocol to help users to find and configure
network products in the same local network area. Port forwarding is to assign a certain network
port to a network product so users can access it from outside of the Local Area Network. Generally,
port forwarding can be configured from the network router.
UPnP port forwarding is made up with finding an available network port, assigning it to a VITEK
camera and reporting overall network configuration of a VITEK camera to IP-CCTV DNS server.
Users have to register products into IPCCTVDNS server and IP-CCTV DNS service should be
enabled.
There are 3 options in UPnP Port Forwarding.
 Manual: User Assigned Port issued when users can access network router (hub) and
manually assign available network ports to VITEK cameras. In this case, users have to type
already-assigned network ports under User Assigned port.
 UPnP: User Assigned Port is used when users want VITEK cameras to configure port
forwarding of network hub with user-assigned network port. If it fails, try to change userassigned port
 UPnP: Auto Selected Port is used to let VITEK cameras deal with all network configurations
automatically.
Please note that the network router needs to support UPnP Port Forwarding. There is a limit for the
maximum number of UPnP devices. If it is properly configured, results will be displayed under
UPnP status.
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13.10. RTP/RTSP Setup
Factory default is Enable to be used with other manufactures VMS software’s
RTSP (Real-Time Streaming Protocol) is a protocol to transfer video and audio streams over the
network. Any application supporting Standard RTSP can be used for VITEK cameras. Quick Time
Player or VLC program can be used with this; it may not be supported in the environment within a
firewall. There are two types of usage; one for Unicast address condition and the other for
Multicast address condition.
For Unicast Address:
Use “rtsp://network video server ip address/cam0_0”. If there are multiple channels, use
cam0_x, x (0~3) with each number applied. If there are multiple modules, use camx_0 x (0 ~ 3)
with each module number applied.
For Multicast Address:
Use “rtsp://network video server ip address/mcam0_0”. If there are multiple channels, use
mcam0_x, x (0~3) with each channel number applied. If there are multiple modules, use mcamx_0
x (0 ~ 3) with each module number applied.
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Service
RTSP Port
Enable: Start RTSP service
Disable: Stop RTSP service
In normal case, use default port number 554 to connect to RTSP service.
If not using port 554, enter the port number you want to use.
e.g.) port number 445==>rtsp:// network video server ip
address:445/cam0_0
RTP Start Port
The starting number of the port for video transfer. Each time video
transfer connection is made, the port number also increases.
Multicast
Address
Address for multicast video transfer.
The multicast address 0.0.0.0 is for stopping multicast.
Multicast Port
Port number for viewing the video with a multicast address
14. Device Configuration
14.1.
Privacy Zone
Users can set a privacy zone if a certain part of the screen needs to be unmonitored.
To set the region, click Privacy Zone from Device Configuration category.
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To Add a Privacy zone click New button, a Green-colored box will appear, click on the Green box
and it will turn Red, at this point you can resize it by clicking and holding any corner and drag to
desired size. To relocate box click and hold anywhere inside the box and drag to desired location.
Click Apply when done
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Users can add up to 8 Privacy Zones per screen by repeating above steps. If you add more than 8,
an error message will display on the screen.
To delete a privacy zone, click the zone and click Delete button followed by Apply button.
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14.2.
Camera & Motion
This menu is used to set up the selection of video format, data added to video data, encoding
speed, audio control, image resolution, video quality, motion detection, etc.
Click Camera & Motion on Device Configuration menu. The configuration menu will be
displayed, and it may be different between VITEK cameras.
 M-JPEG: This format requires much higher network bandwidth than H.264 compression. But
because of its higher quality of still image, it is adequate for detailed reviewing of stored video.
 H.264: In this format, each frame data is related to other nearby frames. For this reason, it
provides much higher compression ratio than M-JPEG and is adequate for video transfer.
However, if network conditions are limited dropped frames in video data is possible, the video
quality can be relatively low. With VITEK Cameras, you can set the number of P-frames in the
video which is independent still images between I-frames.
Note: For Dual Stream products, most of the parameters are dependent on primary
stream value.
You can configure the video data format and other information to be contained in it.
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 Video with Flexible Extra System data: If Enabled, video data will contain UART sensor
data from COM port. .(Feature not available on this model)
 Video with user defined message: If Enabled, video data will contain the user-defined
data. (Reserved Field) .(Feature not available on this model)
 Video with PPP status: If Enabled, video data will contain PPP connection status. .(Feature
not available on this model)
 Video with camera name: If Enabled, video data will contain the camera name. .(Feature not
available on this model)
 Video with server name: If Enabled, video data will contain the server name that you
defined. .(Feature not available on this model)
 Video with IP address: If Enabled, video data will contain the IP address of the video
server. .(Feature not available on this model)
 Audio: (not available on all models) Select if Audio function is to be used (applies to Primary
Stream only). VITEK Cameras provides 2-way audio streaming by combining microphone input
with video data. Users can listen to the streamed audio through a PC and speakers.
 Frame Rate: For Primary Stream, this is the number of frames compressed in every second.
You can control the network traffic with this parameter. For Secondary Stream, it can be set to a
manner of 1/2, 1/4, 1/8... of the primary stream.
 Image Size: Select the resolution of each channel’s video
 Encoding Standard: Select the compression method of each video, either M-JPEG or H.264
format. It is not allowed to set both channels to M-JPEG.
Below is the table of images sizes. To save the setting, click Apply button
Video Format
SXGA
D1
CIF
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NTSC
-
704 x 480
352 x 240
160 x 112
PAL
-
704 x 576
352 x 288
160 x 144
VGA
-
640 x 480
320 x 240
160 x 112
1.3M Pixel
1280 x 1024
640 x 480
320 x 240
160 x 112
2.0M Pixel
1920 x 1080
640 x 480
320 x 240
160 x 112
14.3.
Camera Configuration
On the lower part of Camera & Motion Configuration menu, select a channel to configure.
In the example shown below, Primary Stream is set to H.264 for compression format. Enter
detailed parameters of the camera selected here.
Primary Stream of (H.264)
 Camera Name: Enter the name of the channel up to 21 alphanumeric or up to 10 Unicode
characters.
Rate Control Mode: VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
Video frames are encoded with selected
image quality and GOP. Encoded frames have
different data size from each other.
H.264
M-JPEG
Rate Control Mode: CBR (Constant Bit
Rate)
Video frames are encoded with selected
image quality and GOP. Encoded frames have
the same data size as other frames. Due to
the constant bit rate, it has better stable
transmission performance.
Image Quality: one of 6 quality levels
(Low Compression / Highest /High
Normal / Low / Lowest)
GOP Structure: Distance between IFrames. That is filled with P-frames.
Bit Rate Control: Total number of Bits
encoded per second. The higher Bit
Rate, the better image quality. Can be
set between 32kbps and 2Mbps.
GOP: Distance between I-Frames. That
is filled with P-frames.
Image Quality: one of 6 quality levels
(Low Compression / Highest / High
Normal / Low / Lowest)
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14.3.1.
Rate Control Mode
14.3.2.
Image Quality Setup
In Image Quality level setup, select “Low Compression” for higher image quality, but it requires
higher network bandwidth. Selecting the “Lowest” requires lower network bandwidth, but gives
decreased image quality.
After configuration is finished, click Apply button to save the setting. If you click Default button,
the entire configuration will be reset to the original values.
Motion Detection
 Motion Detection: (this is only available in Primary Stream) If enabled, Motion Detection
feature is activated and user can configure the areas where motion detection function will work.
Click Check All button for whole scene to be active (grid will turn Green) then click on any box
inside scene to take out that area from Motion Detection (box will turn Red) then click Apply to
save
 Motion Sensitivity: Set the sensitivity of motion defined in Motion Detection Area. Select
between -100 and 100. 100 is the most sensitive.
After all the settings are done, click Apply button to save it. If Default button is clicked, all the
fields return back to original value.
14.4.
Camera Control (Select Models)
Select Camera Control on the bottom of Camera & Motion Configuration menu.
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Exposure
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
You can adjust the AGC manually
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SENS –UP
Allows color video in low light environment without noise (static).
Levels of adjustment (x2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20,30)
If set to high ghosting may appear
Brightness
D-WDR
You can select (OFF, Low, Middle, High)
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DEFOG
Enhances image in foggy weather. (The performance is very limited)
You can select (OFF, Low, Middle, High)
BACKLIGHT>>BLC
GAIN
Adjusts the amplification of the video through Low, Middle and High levels
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AREA
To adjust the Area where “BLC” is relevant.
Position
Position the shaded area by using UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT arrows, then click
ENTER
SIZE
Change the Size using UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT arrows, then click ENTER
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RET
Return to Exposure Menu or select arrow right to AGAIN to redo area.
DEFAULT
Default the settings from BLC
Return
Return to the Exposure screen
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BACKLIGHT >>HSBLC
This function is to prevent against the intense light from washing out the picture,
such as headlights from a vehicle.
SELECT AREA 1
You can select area 1 thru 4 by clicking right or left button.
WINDOW
After selecting Area, select window on
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POSITION
Using the UP / Down / Left / Right position the area where needed, then click
ENTER
Size
Using the UP / Down / Left / Right position the size needed then click ENTER
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RET
Return to Exposure Menu or select arrow right to AGAIN to redo area.
LEVEL
Adjust the intensity level of the highlight masking
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Mode
Day or Night for highlight masking
BLACK MASK
Turns masking ON and OFF
DEFAULT
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Defaults HSBLC selection
RETURN
Return to EXPOSURE screen
RETURN
Return to SETUP screen
LENS >>DC
This camera is equipped with an Auto Iris Lens “DC” for the automatic
adjustment of lighting conditions.
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MODE
Adjust mode to the proper application (indoor / outdoor)
RETURN
Return to SETUP screen
LENS >>MANUAL
FUNCTION NOT AVAILABLE
FOCUS ADJ.
Adjusts the focus between day and night
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D/N DWELL
Adjust the time between day and night when POP on CVBS is turned on
POP ON CVBS
Start sequencing between day and night images for focusing
RETURN
Return to SETUP screen
DAY & NIGHT
DAY&NIGHT menu can be set to AUTO, COLOR, B/W or EXT.
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In AUTO, camera determines DAY or NIGHT by the incoming light level through
the lens only and IR CUT FILTER switches following the DAY/NIGHT modes.
In COLOR, camera disables DAY/NIGHT feature and works as a regular color
camera and IR CUT FILTER is inserted to cut out the infrared spectrum from the
light.
In B/W, camera disables DAY/NIGHT feature and works as a regular B/W camera
and IR CUT FILTER is removed to pass the infrared spectrum from the light.
In EXT, camera follows the decision for DAY or NIGHT by the light sensor built
into the camera.
Note: A camera with IR Led’s must be set to EXT.
IR SMART
Compensates the amount of IR light on an image, reflecting back to the lens.
AREA
To adjust the Area where the IR intensity is too high.
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NR (Noise Reduction)
2D & 3D NR are very sophisticated and powerful noise reduction technologies at low light.
2DNR The process of removing image noise from a video signal by applying a
digital comb filter
3DNR A 3D filter reduces the noise caused by movement resulting in less blur.
Too strong 3DNR reduction results in the tail effect of a comet or motion blur form a fast moving
target in low light.
The process of removing image noise from a video signal by applying a digital comb filter
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2D NR. ON reduces the noise that can be found in low light images
3DNR ON Reduces the noise caused by movement. Start / End of noise reduction
with respect to light level can be set to required levels
START THRES sets the point from which 3DNR levels starts when the illumination
level dims. Higher setting starts 3DNR at higher light level.
END THRES sets the point from which 3DNR stops when the illumination level is
higher.
DEPTH sets the strength of noise reduction for 2D&3D. A higher setting stands for stronger
reduction, too high of a setting will result in loss of sharpness in 2DNR and ghosting effect in 3DNR.
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SMART NR continuously monitors motion on the screen. When no motion is detected, 3DNR is
automatically activated for the maximum reduction of noise at low light. 3DNR becomes
immediately deactivated upon motion. This will save HDD space
PICT ADJUST (Picture Adjustment)
In PICT ADJUST menu, WHITE BAL, SHARPNESS, MONITOR, OSD COLOR, CORNER COMP
and D-EFFECT can be set.
ATW - Automatic Tracking White balance
AWC – White Balance is set at a fix level and stops even though the color temperature changes.
INDOOR – White Balance is fixed at around 3100K.
OUTDOOR - White Balance is fixed at around 5100K.
MANUAL - Adjust White Balance with fixed values of BLUE and RED.
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SHARPNESS
Increases or decreases the sharpness of the picture. Too much sharpness makes the image harsh
and shows more noise and line flicker at the edge of objects in the picture.
MONITOR
Sets LCD or CRT.
LCD: GAMMA, BLUE, GAIN or RED GAIN is adjustable for the best view with LCD
monitor. Low GAMMA compensates for dark areas, slightly but contrast becomes
low. High GAMMA increases contrast but looses the visibility of dark areas.
CRT: BLACK LEVEL, BLUE GAIN or RED GAIN are adjustable.
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OSD
TEXT COLOR - Can be change to 1 of 8 colors. Selected color is applied to menu text and camera
title.
OUTLINE – Makes the letters bold
BACK TABLE - Is the color bar where the cursor is located
CORNER COMP
Enhances brightness of the corners caused by the lens, or the narrow angle of IR LEDs. Picture
could be noisy when ON.
D-EFECT
FREEZE: Freezes Image
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MIRROR:OFF(normal display), MIRROR(Left & right mirrored), V-FLIP(upside down) and
ROTATE(H/V-FLIP)
D-Zoom
(Function not available)
NEG.IMAGE: If set to ON,.
SPECIAL
In SPECIAL menu, CAM TITLE, MOTION, PRIVACY, LANGUAGE, PIXEL COM and
TV SYSTEM can be set.
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CAM TITLE: OFF / ON. When on click ENTER
Up to 15 characters can be use on camera title line, use ▲,▼,◀,▶ to navigate around chart, when
letter or character is flashing click ENTER, continue this in till completed. When done arrow over to
POS (POSITION), click ENTER and position camera title to desire location, click enter to return to
previous screen and arrow over to END and click ENTER.
MOTION
Note USE Motion Detection Settings under Device
Configuration
PRIVACY
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Note USE Privacy settings under Device Configuration
LANGUAGE
English, Japanese, Chinese 1, Chinese 2, German, French, Italian, Spanish and
Polish.
PIXEL COMPENSATION
Sometimes image sensors have defective pixels, this can be compensated in
two different ways LIVE DPC, compensates the defective pixels in real time and STATIC
DPC, detects the defective pixels with lens closed and saves the data for compensation
LIVE DPC compensates the defective pixels in real time where pixel amplitude
exceeds the threshold.
AUTO - Enables LIVE DPC and dynamically compensates the defective pixels
whose amplitude exceeds the threshold calculated according to AGC. At low light,
more defective pixels are compensated because the threshold becomes lower due
to high AGC.
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ON - Enables LIVE DPC and compensates the defective pixels whose magnitude
exceeds the threshold by set level.
OFF - Disables LIVE DPC.
Note: High setting of LEVEL in LIVE DPC reduces the sharpness
STATIC DPC
Detects the defective pixels with lens closed and saves the data for compensation
ON - Enables the compensation for the detected defective pixels.
OFF - Will not apply the compensation.
DO STATIC
Camera closes the lens automatically and detects the defective pixels.
Note: Lens cap is highly recommended because the iris of some lens do not close perfectly.
After covering the lens click ENTER then click ENTER on Execute screen
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STATIC THR
For white dots (noise) caused by a defective pixel exceeding the levels will be
compensated. The lower the setting the more pixels will be compensated up to 1024 staring from
top to bottom.
PIXEL BOOST
It is easier to detect defective pixels with PIXEL BOOST, but the higher the level the more noise
might be detected by mistake and give a false reading.
TV SYSTEM
Select between US (NTSC 60Hz) or EU (PAL 50Hz)
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Factory
Defaults the camera settings (Not the network settings)
EXIT
Exits the Set up menu
14.5. DI (Sensor Input) / DO (Alarm Output)
Select DI/DO from Device Configuration menu to name and configure Sensor Input and Alarm
Output. After configuring, select DI Status/DO Control on Device Configuration menu to
manually control DO (Alarm Output) and check status of DI (Sensor Input).
DI/DO Setup
DI/DO Control
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DI/DO functionality can be set to either Normal Open or Normal Closed type as follows.
 Normal Open Type: Normal is OPEN, and goes CLOSED when triggered by an event.
 Normal Close Type: Normal is CLOSED, and goes OPEN when triggered by an event.
Note: Make sure the type of the sensor and use it correctly to the type. If a Sensor Input
is not used, it must be set to Normal Open Type to avoid a false input.
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15. Advanced Configuration
There are two types of advanced service, one is Buffered Service and the other is Periodic
Service. In Buffering Service, a series of images are continuously being stored in a buffer memory
of the camera/server for a certain period of time. When the camera/server is triggered by an event
or schedule, the images or alarm status just before and after the event/schedule are reported to
you by email or buffered FTP services.
In Periodic Service, only the image, alarm/sensor status after an event/schedule is reported to you
upon the server being triggered.
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15.1.
Advanced Services
Pre-Alarm buffer size and buffering speed can be defined here.
 Pre-Alarm Buffer Size: You can set the buffer size which will store the images before event.
The unit is in frame, and each channel can be set with different values. The total number of
frames for Pre-Alarm Buffer and Post-Alarm Buffer is limited to 10 frames.
 Pre-Alarm Speed: You can set the buffering speed. If it’s set to Fastest, the server will store
images as fast as it can. Each cannel can be set with different values.
This configuration applies to E-mail and FTP(Buffered), and click Save button to apply changes.
 E-mail: Set up Email Service configuration
 FTP (Buffered): Set up FTP (Buffered) Service configuration
 FTP (Periodic): Set up FTP (Periodic) Service configuration
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15.1.1.
E-mail Service Configuration
Email configuration is set up here for Alarm in case any event occurs.
Item
Description
Camera 1~2
Select a channel to be configured for email notification
Service
Select Enable in order to use this service
SMTP server address
Enter SMTP server’s address for sending email.
Authentication Login
Select Enable if SMTP server requires ID and password
User ID
Enter User ID to log in to SMTP server
Password
Enter Password to log in to SMTP server
Sender
Enter email address of the sender
1st Recipient
Enter the email address of the first recipient
2nd Recipient
Enter the email address of the second recipient
3rd Recipient
Enter the email address of the third recipient
Click Save button to apply the change. If you don’t want to change, click Back button.
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E-mail Service Setup for Each Channel
For each channel, the following items can be configured for email service: Condition, Post-Alarm
Buffer Size, and Post-Alarm speed. The content of text message and display style of DI value can
be configured as well.
Item
Condition 1 ~
Condition 3
Pre-Alarm Buffer Size
Description
Select a condition for Email service to be activated.
The Buffer size assigned for Pre-Alarm.
Check Video buffer
Click this link to go to Advanced Services for buffer setup.
Pre-Alarm Images
The number of image frames to store before Alarm
Post-Alarm Images
The number of image frames to store after Alarm
Pre-Alarm Speed
This field shows the speed of Pre-Alarm. Configuration can be
done in Advances Services page.
Post-Alarm Speed
Select the speed of Post-Alarm. Fastest is the highest value.
Subject
Subject of the E-mail message to send.
1
Content of the first line in the email message.
2
Content of the second line in the email message.
3
Content of the third line in the email message.
4
Content of the fourth line in the email message
Value Format
Select the format for the Event or DI data to email.
NONE: Don’t Send, INT: Decimal,
HEX: Hexadecimal,
BIN: Binary,
IPA: IP Address, EVT: Name of Event
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After finishing setup, click Save button to apply. If you don’t want to change, click Back button.
Condition, Schedule & Event Configuration
If you click on a Condition link, the Advanced Service windows is displayed as shown below.
Alarm Service is activated only when the conditions in Advanced Services are met.
Item
Description
Service
This shows what service this condition is for.
Module ID
Module ID for current setup
Camera ID
Channel ID for current setup
Enable / Disable
Select Enable to use Condition, otherwise select Disable.
Always
This Condition applies all the time. (Schedule or Event is not usable)
Schedule Only
Use Week, Time, and Date in Condition parameter. If none of the
weekdays are checked, it is activated every day.
Event Only
It is activated only when any of the following events occurs.
(Sensor, Motion Detection, Camera Connection, Server Booting)
To save the setting, click Save button. If you want to cancel it, click Back.
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15.1.2.
FTP (Buffered) Service Configuration
Item
Description
Camera 1 - Camera
2
Select which channel to set up for FTP (Buffered).
Service
Server Address
Base Directory
Name
Base File Name
Select Enable to use the FTP (Buffered) service. Otherwise select
Disable.
FTP Server Address.
The directory in FTP server where the data will be uploaded.
(You should make the directory in the FTP server before using the
service.)
The base file name of the data to be uploaded in FTP server.
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User ID
Password
FTP Control Port
Date Description
Mode
Connection Mode
Enter a User ID to log in to FTP server.
Enter the Password for the user ID to log in to FTP server
Port number for FTP server (Normally 21 is used)
Select Date Display Style: American, European or ISO Standard
Select connection mode for FTP server
If Directory Name is checked, new directory is created with server
Server Name
name.
If File Name is checked, new file is created with server name.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
Weekday
weekday.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with weekday.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
Year
Year.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with Year.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
Month
month.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with month.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
Day
day.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with day.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
Hour
hour.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with hour.
Minute
If checked, new file name is created with minute.
Sec
If checked, new file name is created with second.
Sequence
If checked, new files are created starting from 0, with increment of 1.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory is created with camera
Camera Number
number.
If File Name is checked, new file is created with camera number.
To create a directory with the options shown above, click Make Directory button. After finishing
the configuration, click Save button to apply the change and continue to the next page. Clicking
Back button will cancel the changes and go back to the previous page. (This service is available
only in M-JPEG mode.)
FTP (Buffered) Service Configuration at Camera 1
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Item
Description
Condition 1 ~
Condition 3
Select a condition for FTP (Buffered) service to be activated. Up to 3
conditions can be set.
Pre-Alarm Buffer Size
The Buffer size assigned for Pre-Alarm.
Check Video buffer
Click this link to go to Advanced Services for video buffer setup.
Pre-Alarm Images
The number of image frames to store before Alarm.
Post-Alarm Images
The number of image frames to store after Alarm.
This field shows the speed of Pre-Alarm. Configuration can be done in
Advances Services page.
Pre-Alarm Speed
Post-Alarm Speed
Select the speed of Post-Alarm. Fastest is the highest value.
After finishing setup, click Save button to apply. If you don’t want to change, click Back button.
15.1.3.
FTP (Periodic) Service Configuration
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Item
Description
Camera 1 - Camera 2
Select which channel to set up for FTP (Periodic) service
Select Enable to use the FTP (Periodic) service. Otherwise select
Disable.
Service
Server Address
FTP Server Address.
Base Directory Name
The directory in FTP server where the data will be uploaded.
(You should make the directory in the FTP server before using the
service.)
Base File Name
The base file name of the data to be uploaded in FTP server.
User ID
Enter a User ID to log in to FTP server.
Password
Enter the Password for the user ID to log in to FTP server
Sequence Modulo
Maximum number used in sequential file name
FTP Control Port
Port number for FTP server (Normally 21 is used)
Date Description
Mode
Select Date Display Style: American, European or ISO Standard
Connection Mode
Select connection mode for FTP server
Overwrite
If checked, new file overwrites the existing file with the same name.
Server Name
Weekday
Year
Month
Day
Hour
If Directory Name is checked, new directory is created with server
name.
If File Name is checked, new file is created with server name.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
weekday.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with weekday.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
year.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with year.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
month.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with month.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
day.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with day.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory name is created with
hour.
If File Name is checked, new file name is created with hour.
Minute
If checked, new file name is created with minute.
Sec
If checked, new file name is created with second.
Sequence
Camera Number
If checked, new files are created starting from 0, with increment of
1.
If Directory Name is checked, new directory is created with camera
number.
If File Name is checked, new file is created with camera number.
To create a directory with the options shown above, click Make Directory button. After finishing
the configuration, click Save button to apply the change and continue to the next page. Clicking
Back button will cancel the changes and go back to the previous page. (This service is available
only in M-JPEG mode.)
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FTP (Periodic) Service Configuration for each channel
Item
Description
Condition 1 ~ Condition 3
Select a condition for FTP (Periodic) service to be activated. Up to 3
conditions can be set respectively.
FTP interval (msec)
Select the speed of images to send in FTP(Periodic) service
After finishing setup, click Save button to apply. If you don’t want to change, click Back button.
16. Recording Configuration for Cameras with SD card
Some versions of VITEK IP cameras will have a microSD or a full SD Card.
Those models can record and playback video from the SD card if installed. Vitek IP cameras can
Support cards up to a 32GB. (Only use quality class 10 SD cards)
16.1.
SD / MicroSD Card Configuration
If a SD card is not present in the slot already, power down the VITEK IP camera
before inserting an SD card. Make sure to turn the power on after inserting the SD card. Open a
web browser, type in the IP address of the VITEK camera. Log in as Admin, Enter Recording
Configuration menu, and then click on SD Configuration then click on SD Information, the
card’s format information will be displayed
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If entire SD information is showing “-NONE-” this means SD card is not formatted, in this case click
Note: Be sure to turn off the device before installing a SD card. Otherwise, the SD card
may become defective. Always check the recommended type of SD card because
non-conforming SD cards can cause abnormal behavior of the system.
back button followed by clicking SD Status & Format
Click on “1st SD” and the following screen will be displayed
Read format option on screen and then click Partition and Format a pop up screen will display
asking if you want to do a “Partition and formatting” click OK to continue or Cancel to stop. After
clicking OK the following screen will be displayed
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Note: if program is terminated during the “Format” process SD Card might be damaged
After formatting is completed the following screen will be displayed
Click OK and you will be brought back to the “SD Status & Format screen” click on “Reboot”
wait approximately 30 seconds and log back into the Admin screen. Open up “Recording
Configuration” menu and click on “SD Configuration” then click on “SD Information” and the
following screen will be displayed showing SD card info
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16.2.
Recording Configuration with SD card
Each camera has 2 streams (referred as Camera 1 / Camera 2 (see image below)) which can be
configured for recording options in this section. Configuration items include motion detection
recording, 24-hour continuous recording, event-driven recording, etc.
You can find out the list of streams (camera 1 / camera 2) with recording capability by clicking
Recording Configuration on the left side of your screen. For example, you will see 2
streams (camera 1 / camera 2) from the list of VS Module ID (IP Devices).
Below is an example of configuring the motion detection-triggered recording. It starts by clicking
Recording Configuration and clicking on Camera1, the following screen will be display.
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Select Condition 1and the following window will be display.
Enable / Disable
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By clicking on Enable you will be able to select your mode (Always, Schedule only etc). in this
example we will be selecting “Event Only”.
Schedule
Under Schedule you can select time and date for motion recording if left blank motion recording
will be 24hrs, 7 days a week. In this example we will be leaving it blank (24/7).
Event
Under Event click Motion Detection (stream 1 / stream 2). Click on Save to finish.
17. Utilities
In Utilities part of the Admin menu, you can view the System Log file, Save Configuration,
Reboot, Factory Default and System Update.
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17.1.
System Log
System log file provides you the information about when and who access’ the contents of VITEK
Cameras such as HTTP file or CGI programs. In each line, log data consists of date, time, category,
IP address, user ID.
17.2.
Save Configuration
VITEK cameras save the configurations after every step.
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17.3.
Reboot
It is recommended to reboot the system after making changes to the configuration. To reboot,
click Reboot on Utilities menu. A screen will display to confirm a system reboot, click ok to
continue.
Windows Internet Explorer will ask to close the webpage, click Yes.
17.4.
Factory Default
When required to restore the configuration of a Camera to factory default conditions, Network
configuration is not affected by this action.
Click Factory Default on Utilities menu. A confirmation screen will be displayed as shown Click
Factory Default button, otherwise click Back button to cancel it. The second confirmation screen
will appear. Click OK button to restore the factory default condition right away. If you click Cancel,
web browser will go back to the previous screen without any change made.
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17.5.
System Update
** Is Highly Recommended to Use the IP Installer Program for This Process **
Once IP devices are searched and shown on the screen as functioning successfully, you can update
the firmware of them using the “IP Installer” program. To do that, first check the firmware version
of the device, which you can find on the IP Installer window.
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In the above picture, the firmware version of this product is 4.14-01-ds while the latest
firmware version available is 4.16-B0-ds-VI as you can see at Vitek’s homepage
(http://www.vitekcctv.com/Downloads.asp). If you decide to update the firmware, first
create a folder on your computer for the update firmware, than download the latest firmware to
that folder.
Then select the IP device to be updated on IP Installer window, then click Update Firmware
button from the toolbar. The following window will be displayed.
You may find the Password field is empty on the window shown above. If so, click the Password
field of the IP device and enter the proper password for the device. You are not allowed to update
the firmware if the correct password is not provided.
After the password is entered, the Start Update button will be enabled now. Click the button to
see the following window for selecting the folder where the file has been saved. Highlight the
folder than click OK.
After clicking OK the following window will be displayed.
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Note: Do not CLOSE window until completed, to avoid permanent damage to the
camera.
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18. ENVI Series Viewer
18.1.
Introduction
ENVI Series Viewer is an ActiveX program for Internet Explorer web browser, which enable users to
control video and audio functions of network video devices over the TCP/IP network. ENVI Series Viewer
works with EN-V-R network video software, Vitek Network Video Servers, Network Video Recorders, and
Network Cameras to show real-time live video images and enables users to control audio, Relay Output,
and PTZ functions. (Supported cameras)
18.2.
Key Features

Displays live video streams transmitted from Vitek Cameras / Servers

Plays audio transmitted from Vitek Cameras / Servers (supported cameras)

Transmits audio from PC with ENVI Series Viewer to Vitek Camera / Servers

Stores live video screen as image files

Stores live video streams as video files

Controls Relay Output of Vitek Cameras / Servers (supported cameras)

PTZ Controls (supported cameras)

Supports the group mode to see specific channels (for Network Video Recorders only)

Displays live videos in full screen mode

Supports Flexible Extra System
18.3.
System Requirement for PC
For best quality and performance, your computer needs to meet the minimum requirement as below.

OS: Microsoft Windows XP Pro, Windows 7

CPU: Intel Pentium 4, 2 GHz (Dual-Core or faster is recommended)

System RAM: 2GB

Video Card: 256MB Ram, 1024x768 Resolution

100 Mbps Network Adaptor
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19. Installing and Uninstalling
19.1.
Installing ENVI Series Viewer
Connect to the Vitek Camera/Server using Internet Explorer, and click Live View on the main page. Then
ENVI Series Viewer will be automatically downloaded and installed. If an Internet connection is not
available, it's possible to manually install the program file in advance (from supplied CD) and connect to
the Vitek Camera / Server later.
19.1.1.
Installing on Web Browser
Click 'Live View' after access to Vitek® Server on Internet Explorer.
If you're using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, the Information message will show up as seen
below. Click the Information message.
If the Information message doesn't come up due to the problems like network failure, you can start the
manual installation as shown in the next section.
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Click the Install ActiveX Control, and the pop-up window will be displayed as above. Click the Install
button.
Click “YES” to allow program to run.
After the installation is successfully completed, ENVI Series Viewer window will be displayed.
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19.1.2.
Manual Installation
When an Internet connection is not available or having some difficulties, you can manually install from
the supplied CD using ENVI Series Viewer program file. Execute the downloaded file, and you will see the
ENVI Series Viewer Setup Wizard window as shown below. Click the Install button to start installing.
The following window will be displayed during the installation.
After installation is successfully completed, the following window will be displayed. Click the Finish button.
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19.2.
Uninstalling ENVI Series Viewer
There are two ways to uninstall ENVI Series Viewer program from your computer. Before uninstalling,
close all the Internet Explorer windows.
19.2.1.
Uninstalling with Program Menu
Click Uninstall and the following window will be shown. Click the Yes button.
If the uninstall is successful, the following window will be displayed. Click CLOSE to finish.
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19.2.2.
Uninstalling on Control Panel
Click Start button on the screen, then select the Control Panel.
In the Control Panel window, double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
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You will see the Currently installed programs list. Click ENVI Series / (Smart Viewer) button,
You will see the Uninstall or change a program list. Click ENVI Series / (Smart Viewer) button,
and then right click Uninstall /Change button. Then, it will start uninstalling the program.
20. Starting ENVI Series Viewer
Once ENVI Series Viewer is installed in your computer, you can start it by connecting to the Vitek Camera
/ Server using Internet Explorer and select Live View on the main menu.
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The appearance of ENVI Series Viewer window varies depending on what type of Vitek Server is
connected (Network Video Server, Network Camera, or Network Video Recorder).

20.1.
ENVI Series Viewer window for Network Video Server or Network Camera
Control Bar
Displays and hides Channel control bar
System Information Display
Displays and hides PTZ control bar
Displays and hides Audio control bar
Display image by aspect ratio
Displays image normal screen
Display Enhancer on/off (uses more CPU)
Display Full / Normal screen
Displays image in original size
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20.2.
Channel Control Bar
Displays or hides live view video from channel 1
Displays or hides live view video from channel 2
Displays or hides live view video from ALL channels
No Display
20.3.
OSD Channels Buttons
20.3.1.
Saving as Image File
In ENVI Series Viewer, Live video currently displayed can be captured and saved as an image file
either in JPEG or BMP format. Select the live view video you want saved, and click Snapshot button on
OSD Channel Buttons. The following window will be displayed.
In this dialog box, you see the captured image to be saved. Enter the folder and file name, and click the
Save button, then the image will be saved with the name you entered.
Note: If live view video is in MJPEG format, the image will be saved as a JPEG file. If the
video is in MPEG-4 or H.264 format, it will be saved in BMP format.
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20.3.2.
Saving as Video File
In ENVI Series Viewer, Live video currently displayed can be captured and recorded as a video file in AVI
format. Select a live view you want to save, and click RecAvi button on OSD Channel Buttons. Clicking
it again will stop recording. Max duration is 10 minutes and recording will be stopped after 10 min if left
un-clicked.
In video files recorded from M-JPEG format video, the time information file will be generated in SMI
subtitle format, which puts time stamp every second. When you play back the recorded video, the time
stamp will be displayed as a subtitle on the video screen as shown in the picture below. (Upper left)
Note: When you play back videos recorded from MPEG-4 or H.264, proper CODEC’s may
be required.
20.3.3.
Manual Recording
To manual record from network cameras with built-in local storage (SD Card), live video can be
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recorded to the SD Card by clicking this button. The recorded video can be viewed by Instant Playback
feature of OSD Channel Buttons or by running ENVI Series Player program. To finish, click the icon again.
Max duration is 1 minute and recording will be stopped after 1 minute.
20.3.4.
Instant Playback
For network cameras with local storage (SD Card), Instant Playback is supported. Clicking the
Instant Playback button from the OSD menu will open the window below.
Instant playback will scan the video data up to 1 min before it was executed. And scanned data will be
played automatically
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Set the beginning of video data. Instant playback will scan 1 min
after this.
Se the playback speed.
Begin searching data
Playback
Reverse playback.
1 frame playback
1 frame reverse playback
Pause
Stop
20.4.
Extended Features
When you click the right mouse button on the Live View Window, a pop-up menu will appear for
extended features as shown below.
20.4.1.
Pausing Live Video
Click the Pause button to stop and resume live view video.
20.4.2.
FPS Control
FPS (Frame per Second) can be controlled only in MJPEG mode. In MPEG4 and H.264 video mode, FPS
control is not supported.
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20.4.3.
Flip Control
Flip Control: The horizontal view of the image can be changed using the (mirror) function. The vertical
view of the image can be changed using the (flip) function.
21. EN-V-R: Introduction
This User's manual explains how to set up EN-V-R software in your PC. EN-V-R is the integrated system
software for video security applications, which runs on Microsoft’s Windows-based computers. Some of
major features of EN-V-R are listed below.
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

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Provides main features of Live view, Playback, Record, Backup
Event, motion, scheduled recording & conditional playback
Motion-JPEG, MPEG-4, H.264 stream supported
Supports various vendors’ IP devices (Multi Vendor Version only) for recording and retransmission of
video, voice, and data
Supports Megapixel cameras (up to 3M pixels)
Users can connect to EN-V-R via web browsers to access live video, Audio, and data, and search for
video to play back
Up to 128 channels supported for cameras
Note: A product-key is required for proper installation of EN-V-R program. You can still
install EN-V-R in 10-working day trial mode if a product-key is not entered during
installation. (Multivendor software only)
A
(HTTP port)
Analog
EN-V-R
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22. Requirements for Installation
22.1.
EN-V-R Versions
EN-V-R is supplied to customers in different versions for each appropriate application. Users will need to
choose the right versions for their needs.
Version
Types
Register
Channels
Time
Restriction
Recording
Channels
Retransmission
Streams
Support
Other
vendors
Max Recoding
Capacity
Evaluation
128
10 days
128
256
Yes
160 TB
Free
16
N/A
16
64
No
160 TB
9
N/A
9
36
Yes
160 TB
16
N/A
16
64
Yes
160 TB
32
N/A
32
128
Yes
160 TB
64
N/A
64
256
Yes
160 TB
128
N/A
128
512
Yes
160 TB
Multivendor
22.2.
System Requirement for PC
For best quality and performance, your computer needs to meet the minimum requirement as below.
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Microsoft Windows XP Pro, Windows 7 Pro or higher, Video Card(256MB Ram, 1024x768 or higher)
Compression
# of Channels
Resolution
Recommended CPU
Memory
16 Channels
D1
Intel Core2Duo T5200
1.0GB
720P
Intel Core2Duo E7550
1.5GB
1080P
Intel Core i-5-2500S
2.0GB
Intel Core2Duo E6700
1.0GB
720P
Intel Core i-5 750
2.0GB
1080P
Intel Core i-7 970
4.0GB
D1
Intel Core i-5 661
1.5GB
720P
Intel Xeon X5660
4.0GB
1080P
Intel Xeon X5680 Dual CPU
4.0GB
D1
Intel Xeon X5507 Dual CPU
4.0GB
720P
Intel Xeon X5670 Dual CPU
6.0GB
1080P
Intel Xeon E7-4850 Dual CPU
6.0GB
Intel Core2Duo E6700
1.0GB
D1
32 channels
H.264
64 channels
128 channels
Motion-JPEG
16 Channels
D1
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720P
Intel Core i-5 460M
1.5GB
1080P
Intel Core i-5 -2500
3.0GB
Intel Core i-5 661
1.5GB
720P
Intel Core i-5 -2400S
2.0GB
1080P
Intel Xeon X5590 Dual CPU
4.0GB
Intel Core i-5 -2500
3.0GB
720P
Intel Xeon X5550 Dual CPU
4.0GB
1080P
Intel Xeon E7-4850 Dual CPU
6.0GB
D1
32 channels
D1
64 channels
128 channels
D1
Intel Xeon X5687 Dual CPU
4.0GB
720P
Intel Xeon X5690 Dual CPU
6.0GB
1080P
Intel Xeon E7-4850 Dual CPU
6.0GB
Note: Above PC requirements are based on running EN-V-R program only. If other software needs to run
along with EN-V-R at the same time, you may need additional performance level for your PC. It is
recommended to check actual performance and disk capacity before selecting a PC for EN-V-R.
23. Installing EN-V-R
After downloading EN-V-R, double click EN-V-R Setup icon to start installation. The following
window will be displayed on the screen. Before installing, check the version of the EN-V-R which
is shown on the window.
You may encounter the following security warning. To continue installing the program, click Yes button.
Then select language for installation.
You will see the below window, then click Next button.
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The default location for installation is C:\Program Files\Vitek. It is recommended to install in this folder,
but if you want to change it to another location, click Browse button to choose a proper path.
Now click Install button.
You will see the progress of copying install files to the hard drive as shown below, once is completed click
on NEXT.
Click Finish to complete the Installation.
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After installing EN-V-R program for the first time, it needs to be configured before use, so it automatically
executes the configuration program, which is called EN-V-R Configurator.
Enter the proper Admin Password. The default password is root.
The following screen will be displayed, click OK to continue.
Now you will see EN-V-R Configurator window on the screen.
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For more information about the EN-V-R Configurator program, refer to Section 26. Starting EN-V-R
Configurator on page 120.
24. Uninstalling EN-V-R
24.1.
Closing Active EN-V-R
If you need to uninstall EN-V-R, first you need to make sure EN-V-R program is not running on your
computer by checking the system icon. As you see on the following picture, you can easily find out if ENV-R service running.
If EN-V-R is not running, you can go ahead to the next section of uninstalling the program. If EN-V-R is
active, place the mouse pointer on the EN-V-R icon, and click the right mouse button. You’ll see the popup menu. Select Exit.
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Then the EN-V-R icon disappears, and you know that EN-V-R is no longer running on your computer. Now
you’re ready to start uninstalling.
24.2.
Executing Uninstaller
To start uninstalling, click Start >All Programs >Vitek>EN-V-R>Uninstall.
When the following window appears, click YES button.
The progress of uninstalling is displayed.
After all the install files are deleted, the following window will be displayed. Click OK button on the
following window to complete the uninstalling.
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25. Components of EN-V-R Program
EN-V-R consists of three programs, (EN-V-R Service, EN-V-R Configurator, and EN-V-R Controller).
25.1.
EN-V-R Configurator
EN-V-R Configurator is used to set up various parameters and conditions of EN-V-R Service. Users can
register, modify, and delete IP devices and users with this program. It also provides configuring tools for
recording, alarm, event, and other functions.
25.2.
EN-V-R Service
EN-V-R program is a Windows service and runs in a background mode, which means that it is not shown
on the Windows desktop. EN-V-R receives video, audio, alarm, even data from IP devices over the
network, and then it can record the data on the hard drive or retransmit to users. Starting, terminating
and restarting of EN-V-R program can be done by using EN-V-R Configuration or EN-V-R Controller.
25.3.
EN-V-R Controller
EN-V-R Controller program is used to start or stop the EN-V-R service.
25.4.
EN-V-R System Tray Menu
After you finish installing EN-V-R, you will find the EN-V-R icon on the system tray, which is located right,
bottom part of the Windows desktop.
Move the cursor over the icon, and right click. The following pop-up menu will show. You can open EN-VR Configurator or EN-V-R Controller program from this menu, or you can go to the Home page of the ENV-R program for live view or playback.
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26. Starting EN-V-R Configurator
EN-V-R Configurator starts automatically right after installation is completed; you may also click the EN-VR icon on the Windows desktop.
If EN-V-R program is already running in background, you may also select the EN-V-R icon on the system
tray by clicking right button of the mouse.
You may encounter the security window as below. Click Yes button to continue.
Once EN-V-R program starts, a log-in window will be displayed as below. Type in the proper admin
password and click the OK button. The default admin / password is root.
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Now EN-V-R Configurator window will be displayed.
27. Quick Start Guide
EN-V-R is full-functioning Network Video Recorder software that runs on your PC. When started for the
first time after EN-V-R is installed, there is no IP devices connected.
To add a camera to the EN-V-R you must register the camera first. Then EN-V-R knows what IP devices
they are, how to connect to them, and how to use them. That way, you will be able to control EN-V-R for
recording, live viewing, etc.
27.1.
EN-V-R Configurator User Interface
The following picture shows the main window of EN-V-R Configurator program.
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Items
Descriptions
A
Main Toolbar
Frequently-used menu items are shown on this toolbar.
B
Configuration Menu tree
Configurable categories are shown as a menu tree style.
C
Configuration Menu
Description
Descriptions and usages of the selected category are displayed.
D
Sub-Menu Toolbar
Menu items for the selected category are shown.
(Note: This toolbar is displayed only when any top menu item is
selected from the menu tree.)
E
Device List
IP cameras Information
F
Apply Button
Click this button to apply the changed values.
G
Close Button
Click this button to exit EN-V-R Configurator program.
27.2.
Searching for IP Devices
Click the first button on the Main Toolbar.
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You are now given a choice to register the IP devices by “search and register or manually”. To make it
easy, choose Search and register IP-Device in this stage, and click Next button.
On the following window, click Scan button.
The searching for IP devices is started. As the detected IP devices are being listed. Wait until searching is
finished. If you click Cancel button in the middle of searching, the EN-V-R will retain only the IP devices
found until that moment.
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27.3.
Registering IP Devices
After scanning is finished, you have a list of IP devices found on your network. Next step is registering
them. Double click the IP device you want to register or you may highlight it and then click Register
button. In this example, the first one is chosen to register.
The next window shows up and it’s for entering the network parameters and camera resolutions of the IP
device you’ve chosen. You may need to enter the Login ID and Password here. Click Save to finish
registering it.
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Click on Save after configuring IP device (camera)
Click Apply after registering one or more IP devices (cameras).The image below represents the
configurator with multiple IP devices registered.
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After clicking Apply, the program will ask you to confirm it. Then click OK
EN-V-R service is being stopped momentarily, and then it will start running again.
27.4.
Viewing Live Video
Once the network and cameras are set up, it is necessary to check if EN-V-R is functioning by viewing the
live video from those devices.
To view the EN-V-R home page, click the Go NVR Home button on the main toolbar.
Below is an image of the EN-V-R home page.
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Click Live View on top right part of the window to see the live video from registered IP devices (cameras)
If this is the first time you are using Vitek Live View feature, the web browser may ask you to allow
installing of an ActiveX program. Click Install to continue.
In some cases there is no response from the web browser, you may need to install the ActiveX manually
by clicking Manual Download.
When you see the following security warning, click Install.
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27.5.
Recording Video
The essential feature of EN-V-R is recording the video from IP devices.
Before starting the recording, it is required to prepare the hard drive of your PC where EN-V-R program is
running.
Click Disk Quota on the Menu tree.
The hard drive will be ready to start recording video after the progress window is done counting drives. It
shows the target drive (s), total capacity, available size and quota for recording.
You are able to change the setting by highlighting the drive then clicking the first icon of the sub-menu
Toolbar.
Use HDD (to use this HDD for recording)
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Possible Maximum Quota (the available of free space on your HDD)
Possible Minimum Quota (the minimum amount required)
Set Quota (desired amount of HDD to be use for recording)
To set up the recording feature, select an IP device from the Menu tree on the left pane. The device
information will be shown on the right pane. Click the button for recording configuration on the sub-menu
Toolbar as shown below.
Now you will see Configure Recording Condition window as below.
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The recording feature is already enabled and recording conditions are configured in default settings. In
the example shown above, you can see that Camera 1 of Device 0 will record video only when motion is
detected. Click OK to use this Recording Conditioned.
To change recording condition high light camera 1 under condition list (A)
Select the type of Recording under Condition Mode (B)
If schedule recording is enabled, the schedule section will be available to configure (C)
If Event is selected the event section will be available to configure (D)
After conditions are selected click Apply to condition (E)
After apply to condition click Apply to camera (F)
Click OK when done.
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Now that the configuration is done, you need to start the EN-V-R service program. Select Start > All
Programs >Vitek>smart NVR>Smart NVR controller.
You will find the EN-V-R icon on the system tray, which is located right, bottom part of the Windows
desktop.
Move the cursor over the icon, and right click. The following pop-up menu will show. You can open EN-VR Configurator or EN-V-R Controller program from this menu, or you can go to the Home page of the ENV-R program for live view or playback.
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You can find out from this window that the service is running at that moment. If not, click Start Service
button to run. Once EN-V-R service is started, the video sent from the configured camera will be recorded
according to the recording condition.
28. ENVI Smart Player
28.1.
Introduction
Smart Player is and ActiveX program for Internet Explorer Web browser, which enables users to search
and play back recorded video in Network Video Servers and other devices with built-in recording
capabilities. The Searching and playback of video is refined by condition, schedule, and event.
Smart Player can be run in SmartNVR network video software for PC and network cameras equipped with
SD card as well as standalone NVR (Network Video Recorder) devices.
28.2.
Key Features

Transforming recorded video into AVI, FJP&IDX, formats
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Supports Printing of video
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Playing Audio from recorded video
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Group Searching from recorded video
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Supports Full Screen Mode
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28.3.
System Requirement for PC
For best quality and performance, your computer needs to meet the minimum requirement.

OS: Microsoft Windows XP Pro, Windows 7 Pro, Windows 8 PC

CPU: Intel Pentium 4, 2 GHz (Dual-Core or faster is recommended)

System RAM: 2GB

Video Card: 256MB Ram, 1024x768 Resolution

100 Mbps Network Adaptor
29. Installing and Uninstalling
29.1.
Installing Smart Player
Connect to the Vitek Camera / Server / NVR on Internet Explorer, and click Player on the main page.
If you're using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, it may asked you to install ActiveX click the
massage bar than click on the Install ActiveX control…
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After the installation is successfully completed, Smart Player window will be displayed.
29.1.1.
Manual Installation
When an Internet connection is not available or having some difficulties, you can manually download and
install the Smart Player program file prior to setup, visit http://www.vitekcctv.com/Downloads.asp. You
may also install from the provided CD. Execute the downloaded file, and you will see the Smart Player
Setup Wizard window.
Click Run to start installing.
The following window will appear. Click Next.
The following window will be displayed. Click Install
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After installation is successfully completed, the following window will be displayed. Click Finish.
29.2.
Uninstalling Smart Player
Before uninstalling, close all the Internet Explorer windows.
29.2.1.
Uninstalling on Program Menu
Click Uninstall and the following window will be shown. Click the Yes button.
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Live View & Play Back
To live view and play back your cameras, go to Start menu, All Programs, Vitek Folder, Click on
Smart NVR Controller, as shown below.
Look for icon on right side of taskbar as shown below (windows XP and windows 8 might show it
different). Right click icon.
The following window will display. Click on Open Smart NVR Controller.
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Click on Start Service to run the program.
Click on Go Home to view Smart Player Home Page
Click on Live View
The following screen will be display were you can configure your live view.
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Server Control Bar
Allows you to view cameras / servers that are registered in the system. Toggle On/Off
Group Control Bar
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In order to view video, cameras must be assigned to a group, in this section you create groups with
cameras you want to view.
Create Group
In order to create a group in Group Control Bar, right click on Group, another window will appear then
select New.
The following window will be displayed. Type in the group name, check “Circulation” to allow sequencing,
input dwell time for “Circulation” and click OK.
A new group with the assigned name will be created as shown below.
To add cameras to the new group, drag from server control bar and drop on newly created group. You
can create multiple groups and add multiple cameras in each group.
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PTZ control Bar
In this section you will be able to control PTZ’s connected to the system.
Audio Control Bar
Controls Speaker and Mic volume.
When audio is available click on Connect and adjust speaker and mic levels, when done click
Disconnect.
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Full/Normal Screen
Select full screen as seen below, to return to normal press Esc on your keyboard.
Group Circulation
Start sequencing between groups.
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Layout settings
You can change the screen layout between 1,2,4, etc.
Image in Original Size
This allows for digital zoom.
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Draw Image by Maintaining Aspect Ratio
Maintains the aspect ratio of the camera
Draw Image by Filling the Screen
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Enhanced Draw Mode On/Off.
Enhance image for a better reproduction.
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About Smart Viewer
You can see the status of the Smart Viewer
30. Configuring & Viewing Player
From the Home Screen click on Player
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30.1.
Main Window View
Note: The appearance of Smart Player window may vary depending on version and type of Vitek device
you’re using. This user’s manual is based on general display screen.
Server Control
Bar A
Allows you to view cameras / servers that are registered in the system.
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Group Control
Bar B
You can compose a new group by dragging & dropping servers, modules, and
cameras into a group. Grouping provides search function of recorded video
from cameras.
Playback Control
Users can use this bar for functions such as forward/reverse play, previous
Bar C
frame, next frame, pause, stop, playback speed.
Control Tool Bar D
Time Line Control
Bar E
Display screen F
30.2.
Users can change search mode between calendar, condition, and data. It also
provides additional features such as backup and snapshot.
Search condition (calendar, condition, and data) can be refined in this bar.
This screen shows multiple numbers of recorded videos.
Connecting to NVR Player
In order to playback video, cameras must be assigned to a Group, in this section you create groups with
cameras you want to playback. Playback directly from cameras with SD card installed will have “Group”
automatically created and the camera assigned to that “Group”
30.3.
Creating a Group
In order to generate a group in Group Control Bar, right click on Group, another window will appear then
select New.
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The following window will be displayed. Type in the group name and click OK.
A new group with the assigned name will be created as shown below.
To add a camera to the new group, drag and drop from the server tree to the newly created group.
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31. Searching Video
Make sure you have recorded video on the calendar (recorded video shows in red).
There are three choices in searching recorded video - Day Search, Condition Search, and Data Search.
Make sure that Camera / Server Connection and Creating Group have been performed before you search
recorded video.
31.1.
Searching Video
To search and playback video, Smart Player requires one or more groups to exist. If a search is executed
on the basis of a selected group, a search will be performed on all the cameras in that group. If a search
is executed on the basis of a single camera, the search will be performed only from that camera.
For example, if you select a group and start searching; the search from that group will be displayed
If you only select “Brian-Camera 1”, the searching will be performed only on the video from that.
31.2.
Daily Search
Select date from calendar than select time from the time bar.
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31.2.1.
Search Mode
By clicking a date in red on the calendar, the time frame recorded is shown.
31.2.2.
GO to Time Position
To go to specific time click on “Go to time position” than input time and click search.
31.3.
Condition Search Mode
In this mode, you can search for video on the basis of combination of 3 different conditions, which are
Time, Motion, and Sensor. Initially only Time condition is available for searching, and you need to enter
Advance Search mode to utilize Motion and Sensor state if necessary.
Search
Select time and date from beginning to end of search criteria. Then click Search.
The following window will be displayed to inform you of the search progress. If any results are found, the
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video will start playing back right after searching is completed.
31.3.1.
Advanced Search Mode
In Advance Search Mode you can select which conditions to search from (Time, Event, etc)
First, select Time checkbox, and choose the desired time frame (Start date and time ~ End date and
time), and then click Add Condition button to add to Search Condition.
Now select Event checkbox, and choose Camera 1 from Motion, and then click Add Condition button
to add to Search Condition.
Next, select Event checkbox, choose Sensor 1, and then click Add Condition button to add the Sensor
condition to Search Condition.
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Now that all the conditions have been configured, click Search button to start searching. Any video data
which meets at least one of the conditions in Search Condition list will be shown as the results.
32. Video Playback Controls
Play Reverse
Play Forward
Pause
Stop
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Back to Previous Frame
Go to Next Frame
Playback Speed Control
Player Path Control (only for condition search mode)
33. Extra Features
33.1.
Window Control
Users can open or close control windows.
33.2.
Recording Period
You can view the starting and ending date of a recorded channel.
Record time is displayed as shown below.
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33.3.
Backup
There are two backup formats IDX and AVI.
.IDX
Default video file format used by Vitek
.AVI
Video file format supported by Microsoft Windows
When the Backup button is clicked, the following window is displayed as below.
Select Camera
Backup Period
Check the camera to backup. For AVI backup, only one camera is
permitted. For FJP, IDX, multiple backup is allowed.
Select the time frame (Start date and time ~ End date and time) to
backup.
Backup Type
Select either AVI or FJP, IDX format.
Backup Path
Select the HDD path where the backup file will be saved.
After selecting the parameters, click OK then the following window will display.
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After searching is finished, backup operation will start.
When backup is completed, the following window will appear. Click OK button.
Note: For AVI file backup, only one camera is allowed. For IDX backup, multiple cameras
are allowed.
33.4.
Snapshot
Choose the camera currently being played or paused, click Snapshot button. Then a snapshot file will be
saved in a designated path.
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The below picture is a result of snapshot from the above window.
33.5.
Print
Choose the camera currently being played or paused, then click Print button. Then the image of the
selected camera will be sent to your default printer.
33.6.
Ratio Display
You have three options to view videos, which are Original, Ratio, and Stretch.
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34. EN-V-R Configuration
A
34.1.
System, Network Configuration
General system and network properties of EN-V-R program can be set up in this section. To start, select
System, Network Configuration from the menu list.
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Items
Descriptions
System Name Setting
Enter the system's name.
Set up Admin password
Modify the password for Admin.
Access Control
Configure the access privileges of users.
HTTP Port Assign
Assign an HTTP Port for EN-V-R Service.
Configure IP-CCTV DNS
Configure IP-CCTV DNS for EN-V-R Service
34.1.1.
Configuring System name
To name the system, click configuring system name, the following window will be displayed. Change the
name as desired.
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Items
Descriptions
System name
Type in a System name.
OK
Click this button to apply the entered System Name.
Cancel
Click this button to discard the configured System name.
34.1.2.
System, Network Configuration - Admin password
To assign Password for the admin, click System, Network Configuration on the menu tree. Click
configure admin password
Items
Descriptions
Current password
Enter the Current password.
New password
Enter a new password to use.
Confirm Password
Enter the new password again to confirm.
OK
Click this button to apply the changed password.
Cancel
Click this button to discard the change.
34.1.3.
System, Network Configuration - Access Control
To configure User Access Control, click System, Network Configuration on the menu tree. Click
configure access control
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Items
Descriptions
Full Access
Set Full Access for the user. Anyone can connect to the EN-V-R without
authentication, and be allowed live view, audio, PTZ, playback.
Limited Access
Set Limited Access for the user. Only the users with proper permission to
the camera can access it.
OK
Click this button to apply the change.
Cancel
Click this button to discard the change.
34.1.4.
System, Network Configuration - HTTP Port
To configure HTTP port to use, click System, Network Configuration on the menu tree. Then click
Change HTTP Port
Items
Descriptions
HTTP Port
Enter a HTTP Port to use in the EN-V-R Service. (Default is 80)
OK
Click this button to apply the changed HTTP port number.
Cancel
Click this button to apply discard the changed port number.
Note: If a firewall is enabled in your Windows, you should set the above HTTP port
number to be allowed in your computer.
34.1.5.
System, Network Configuration - IP-CCTV DNS
To configure IP CCTV-DNS, click System, Network Configuration on the menu tree. Click Configure
IP-CCTV-DNS
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Items
Descriptions
Service
Set to use IP CCT DNS or not.
DNS Server IP
Vitek IP CCTV DNS address already entered.
Go Server
Directs to Vitek IP CCTV DNS server
MAC
MAC address of EN-V-R already entered
Product Key
Product Key of EN-V-R already entered
External Port
Enter an external HTTP Port to use for IP CCTV DNS service. (Default is 80)
Register verify
Click to test the connection with IP CCTV DNS server after setting is done in
IP CCTV DNS server.
OK
Click this button to apply the changed IP CCTVV DNS settings.
Cancel
Click this button to discard the changed IP CCTV DNS settings
35. IP-CCTV DNS Registration
To register your camera / server please visit http://www.ipcctvdns.com
If this is your first visit your need to Sign Up if you abide by the Agreement, click on “I Agree” than on
the NEXT button as shown below.
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Fill out the requested information as shown below and click on Apply.
The following screen will confirm that your Membership has been completed successfully, that click OK.
You will be brought back to the main page of the IPCCTVDNS website; in this case you need to Login
with the information previously created.
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To register your first product, click on Product Registration as shown below.
Enter the requested information (The name of your camera, the Mac Address and product Key) as shown
below.
Note that the Mac Address and the product Key will be available under the Network Configuration>> IPCCTV DNS setup in the camera menu. Please see image below.
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A window will pop up confirming that your product has been registered successfully, click on OK.
You will be directed to the Product List page where you will be able to see your recent camera
registration.
By clicking the Detail Information tab you will be allow edit DDNS Host Name
Click Edit to change the DDNS Host Name.
Type in desired host name than click Apply.
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A window will pop up asking if you really want to apply the new configurations, to continue click OK.
A window will pop up confirming that the product information has been modified successfully, click OK.
Click under Product List to view your changes
Your camera with the new DDNS Host name will be displayed.
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Your camera is now registered and ready for use.
36. IP-Device Registration
You will see how to manage IP devices in this section, which includes registering, modifying, and deleting
IP devices. To start managing IP devices, select IP-Device, Camera Management from the menu list.
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36.1.
Items
Descriptions
A
IP-Device Manual Registration
Register IP-Devices manually by users.
B
IP-Device Automatic
Registration
Scan and register IP-Devices automatically by the
program.
C
IP-Device Modification
Modify the information of registered IP-Devices.
D
IP-Device Deletion
Delete IP-Devices previously registered.
E
IP-Device Homepage
Go to the homepage of the IP-Device.
IP-Device Registration (Manual)
To manually register an IP-Device, click IP-Device, Camera Management on the menu tree. Click
Register IP device manually.
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A
Item
Description
IP-Device ID
Select the IP-Device ID to register.
Select the Vendor name of the IP-Device to register. Click the pull-down
list, and choose a proper vendor name from the list.
B
Vendor
C
Model
Select the total number of channels (streams) the IP device has. Click the
pull-down list, and choose proper one from the list.
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D
Name
Type in the name of the IP-Device.
E
IP Address
Type in the IP Address to use with the IP-Device. IPCCTVDNS or URL
addresses are also supported. (If Input IP Address Range box is checked,
then the starting address of the range will be selected.)
F
Input IP Address
Range
Enter the last IP address of the range.
G
Getting Information
from IP-Device
Check this box if the information from IP-Device needs to be acquired.
H
VS Module ID
Select the VS Module ID. Enter 0 for non-Vitek IP devices. Vitek products
can be set to 0 to 15, and default is 0.
I
HTTP Port
Enter the HTTP Port to use with the IP-Device. (Default is 80)
J
RTSP Port
Enter the RTSP Port (Default is 554)
K
Login ID
Type in the Login ID to use. (Default is root)
L
Login Password
Type in the Login Password to use for the Login ID. (Default is root)
M
Confirm Password
Type in the same password to confirm. (Default is root)
O
Checking available
resolution
Select the Video Resolution for the device. Not used, all resolution is done
P
Checking available
PTZ camera
Checkboxes to choose if PTZ is supported on the IP device.
Q
OK
Click this button to apply the configured values.
R
Cancel
Click this button to discard the configured values.
36.2.
at camera level
IP-Device Registration (Automatic)
To register an IP-Device by automatic scanning, click IP-Device, Camera Management on the menu
tree. Then Click Scan available IP devices and register
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Items
Descriptions
A
IP-Device list
This list shows the IP devices found during the scan process. If you need
to select multiple IP devices at the same time, drag your mouse over the
devices or keep pressing CTRL or SHIFT key while clicking the IP devices.
B
Clear
Clear the scanned IP Devices from the list.
C
Scan
Start scanning for IP Devices on the network.
D
Go Home
Go to the home page of the IP device selected from the list.
E
Register
Go to the registration window for the IP Device selected.
F
Close
Cancel the registration of the IP device and exit the window.
When you click the Register button after selecting more than one IP devices on the scanned device list,
the following window will be displayed. You can register those IP devices to your EN-V-R in this window.
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Items
Descriptions
A
Resolution Description
Descriptions of the image resolution modes in the IP-Device
list.(R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10)
B
PTZ Install Description
Descriptions of the PTZ numbers in the IP-Device list.
(P1, P2, P3, P4)
C
IP-Device list
IP-Device list to select from.
D
Apply to All
Click this button to copy the information of a selected IP-Device
to all other devices.(Only Model, Login ID, and Login Password
will be copied.)
E
Register
Click this button to confirm and save the registered IP-Device
added.
F
Cancel
Click this button to cancel IP-Device registration.
IP-Device Modification
To modify an IP-Device registration, Click Modify registered IP-Device
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Items
Descriptions
A
IP-Device ID
IP-Device ID is displayed. (not allowed to modify)
B
Vendor
Select the Vendor of the device.
C
Model
Select how many channels the device support.
D
Name
Change the Name as required.
E
IP Address
Enter the IP Address to use with the selected device.
F
Input IP Address Range
(not allowed to modify)
G
Getting Information from
IP-Device
(not allowed to modify)
H
VS Module ID
Select the VS Module ID. Enter 0 for non-Vitek IP devices. Vitek
products can be set to 0 to 15, and default is 0.
I
HTTP Port
Enter the HTTP Port to use with the IP-Device. (Default is 80)
J
RTSP Port
Enter the RTSP Port (Default is 554)
K
Login ID
Type in the Login ID to use. (Default is root)
L
Login Password
Type in the Login Password to use for the Login ID. (Default is
root)
M
Confirm Password
Type in the same password to confirm. (Default is root)
N
Checking available
resolution
Select the Video Resolution for the device. Not used, all resolution
O
Checking available
PTZ camera
Checkboxes to choose if PTZ is supported.
P
OK
Click this button to apply the changed values.
is done at camera level
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Q
36.3.
Cancel
Click this button to discard the changed values.
IP-Device Deletion
To delete a registered IP-Device, click IP-Device, Camera Management on the menu tree in the left
pane. Then select an IP device to be deleted from the list. Click Remove IP-Device registration
36.4.
IP-Device Homepage
To go to the home page of an IP-Device, click the IP-Device, Camera Management on the menu tree.
Then select the IP device. Click Go to IP-Device homepage
36.5.
Camera Management
In this section, you will see how to manage the device information, video resolutions, recording
configuration, and alarm event configuration. Firstly, select a camera name under IP-Device, Camera
Management on the menu tree.
When you select IP-Device, Camera Management on the menu tree, it will show the Camera
Management sub-menu. You can configure cameras here. The following picture shows when you
selected an IP-device in the menu tree. The sub-menu toolbar changes accordingly to your selection.
Items
Descriptions
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A
Camera Information
Configure Information of the selected camera.
B
Resolution and Quality
Choose the resolution and quality of cameras.
C
Recording Conditions
Set up recording conditions.
D
Alarm and Map service settings
Configure Alarm and Map service functions.
36.5.1.
Configure Camera Name and Information
From the configuration list, select a camera to be assigned with a name.
Then click on camera1 or camera 2, and then click Configure Camera Name and Information
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The below image will be display, enter name (F), then click Apply to camera (H), then OK.
Items
Descriptions
A,B,C,D
Camera Selection
Select one or more cameras for name assignment by clicking buttons.
E
Unselect All
Clear the device list which shows the selected cameras.
F
Name
Type in a camera name.
G
Clear
Clear the camera name field.
H
Apply to Camera
Apply the changed camera name to the system.
I
OK
Click this button to confirm the change and close the window.
J
Cancel
Click this button to cancel the change and close the window.
36.5.2.
Camera Resolution, Quality
To configure a camera's resolution and video quality, select a camera to configure and click Configure
camera resolution and quality
The below image will be display, adjust resolution (F), then click Apply to camera (H), then OK
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Items
Descriptions
A,B,C,D
Camera Selection
Select one or more cameras by clicking buttons.
E
Unselect All
Clear the device list which shows the selected cameras.
F
Resolution
Select the video resolution.
G
Quality
Select the video quality.
H
Apply to Camera
Apply the selected video resolution and quality to the system.
I
Go Home
Go to the homepage of the product.
J
Close
Close and exit the window.
36.5.3.
Configure Camera Recording Condition
To configure recording conditions, select a camera to configure, then click Configure camera
recording condition
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The below image is where you adjust the recording parameters.
Item
Description
A,B,C,D
Camera Selection
Select one or more cameras by clicking buttons.
E
Unselect All
Clear the device list which shows the selected cameras.
F
Condition List
Define the condition for recording to be started.
G
Condition to use
Decide whether to use the defined condition or not.
H
Condition Mode
Select the condition mode for recording.
I
Scheduling
Set up the schedule for recording.
J
Event setup
Set up the event to initiate recording.
K
Apply to Condition
Apply the configured schedule and event data to condition list.
L
Apply to Camera
Apply the condition to camera.
M
Enable Recording
Service
Enable this to activate the recording. When this is not enabled, it
won’t be saved if a recording condition is set.
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N
Pre Alarm Images
Select pre-alarm images.
O
Pre Alarm Speed
Select pre-alarm speed.
P
Post Alarm Images
Select post-alarm images.
Q
Post Alarm Speed
Select post-alarm speed
R
OK
Click this button to confirm the change and exit the window.
S
Cancel
Click this button to cancel the all the changed made in this session.
To setup recording, first click camera under Condition list (F).This enables the Configure Recording
Condition (G, H, I and J)
Now you can select your condition mode (H). Under condition mode you have four choices always,
schedule, event and schedule and event. (In this example we will record by event only)
Schedule: To schedule time and date of recording (I). (When schedule is activated in condition mode)
Event: Here you can select Alarm or Motion (J)
After completing your conditions selection click Apply to condition (K)
After apply to condition click Apply to camera (L), and then click OK(R)
When that screen closes click Apply
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36.5.4.
Alarm, Event Configuration
To configure the Alarm and Event features, select a camera to configure, and then click Configure
alarm, map service
Item
Description
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A,B,C,D
Camera Selection
Select one or more cameras by clicking buttons.
E
Unselect All
Clear the device list which shows the selected cameras.
F
Alarm Service Setup
Put check marks on alarm types to use.
G
Event Service Setup
Put check marks on event types to use.
H
Apply to Camera
Click this button to apply the changes to the camera.
I
OK
Click this button to confirm the change and exit the window.
J
Cancel
Click this button to cancel the Alarm, Event configuration.
36.6.
User Management
In this section, you will see how to manage user information. To start managing users, select User
Management from the menu tree.
Items
Descriptions
A
User Registration
Register new users to the system.
B
User Modification
Change the information of existing users.
C
User Deletion
Remove the account of existing users.
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36.6.1.
User Registration
To register a new user, click the 1'st button on the tool bar in the sub-menu toolbar.
Items
Descriptions
A
User ID
Enter a new User ID to register.
B
Password
Enter the Password for the new user.
C
Confirm password
Enter the same Password for confirmation.
D
Name
Enter the name of the new user to be registered.
E
System resource
access permission
Choose the level of permission for System resource access.
 All channels access: Viewing all cameras, Alarm, PTZ, Audio, Searching
 General access: Viewing all cameras only
 No access: An user account without any access to cameras
 Selective access: Access to only selected cameras and privileges.
F
System
Permission
Eight different modules can be set. The setup can be made on Module,
camera, alarm, PTZ, Audio, and Search respectively. Enabling each
module gives access permission to it.
G
OK
Click this button to apply the registration of the new user.
H
Cancel
Click this button to cancel the registration process.
36.6.2.
User Modification
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To modify a user's information, select the users name than click the second button on the submenu
toolbar. The User Registration window will come up on the screen, make the necessary changes and
click OK .
36.6.3.
User Deletion
To delete an existing user, select the user name than click Remove Registered user account, another
screen will pop up confirming to proceed with deletion, click OK to proceed .
36.7.
Disk Setup
36.7.1.
Disk Setup
When you click Disk Setup on the menu tree, it will show two sub-menu items. One is Disk Quota, and
the other is Disk Mode. The following window shows the Disk Quota mode.
Items
Descriptions
A
Disk Quota Setup
Define the HDD for recording and configure the size of quota.
B
Disk Quota Deletion
Delete previously assigned disk quota.
36.7.2.
Disk Quota Modification and Deletion
When EN-V-R program is installed, all local drives are assigned as recording devices. To modify the disk
quota for recording, click Disk Quota on the menu list, and select the drive to be modified.
To change the disk quota size, click the 1'st button on the sub tool bar, or double click the drive on the
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device list. The following window will be displayed.
Item
Description
A
Use HDD
Decide whether this HDD is to be used.
B
Possible Maximum Quota
Display Possible maximum quota on this HDD.
C
Possible Minimum Quota
Display Possible minimum quota on this HDD.
D
Set Quota
Enter the desired size of disk quota for recording.
E
OK
Click to apply the configured disk quota.
F
Cancel
Click to cancel the disk quota configuration.
To delete the existing disk quota, click Disk Quota on the menu list. Then choose the drive quota to be
deleted. Click the 2'nd button on the sub tool bar.
36.7.3.
Disk Mode Change
To modify the disk circulation style, click Disk Setup, and then Disk Mode on the menu tree.
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Items
Descriptions
A
Disk Circulation Setup
Configure disk circulation type.
B
Disk Usage Report Setup
Configure email address for reporting.
Click the Disk Circulation in the list. The following window will be displayed.
Item
Description
A
Use circulation
Select this if disk circulation will be used.
B
Not use circulation
Select this if disk circulation will not be used.
C
Use expired duration
Decide whether the expiration will be used for recording. (This can
be seen when “Use circulation” is selected.)
D
Expired days
Enter the date when the recorded content will expire.
E
OK
Click this to apply the Disk circulation settings.
F
Cancel
Click this to Cancel Disk circulation settings.
Configure email reporting for disk usage
To modify the email notification behavior for hard disk recording.
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Item
Description
A
Use to report HDD usage
Choose whether to Enable or Disable the report service.
B
Report HDD space
When disk circulation is not used, select the HDD size when it will be
reported by email.
C
Periodic report
Define when Periodic reports will be sent.
D
OK
Click to apply the Email report settings.
E
Cancel
Click to cancel Email report configuration.
36.8.
Utilities
Select Utilities from the menu tree. You can perform two functions in Utilities, one is Email Account
Configuration and the other is About Program.
Items
Descriptions
A
Email Account
Configure email account.
B
About Program
Display the information of EN-V-R program.
36.8.1.
Email account Configuration
Once an email account is registered here, you can receive email notification from the EN-V-R program
upon certain events. To configure an email accounts, click Utilities on the menu tree. Click Configure
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email account for mail service
Item
Description
A
Service
Decide whether to report HDD usage by email or not.
B
SMTP server
Enter the address of SMTP server for sending email.
C
Authentication
Decide whether to use Authentication.
D
Email user id
Enter the sender's id for email account.
E
Email user password
Enter the password of the sender’s email account.
F
Sender email
Enter the Sender's email address.
G,H,I Recipient email #1,2,3
The email addresses of three Recipients to be notified.
J
Email subject
Enter the title of the Email when it's sent.
K
OK
Click to apply the Email account registration.
L
Cancel
Click to cancel this configuration.
36.8.2.
About Program
To displays the information of this program on the screen, Click Information of this program.
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Items
Descriptions
A
About program
Show the information about the EN-V-R running.
B
System Resource
Displays the PC's system resource information.
C
OK
Click this button to close the Window.
37. Using EN-V-R Controller
To open EN-V-R controller, click Start >All Programs>Vitek>SMART NVR Controller.
Smart NRV controller will be on the lower right part of the system tray. Then right click the icon a subwindow will display, click on Open Smart NVR Controller.
The following window will open
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Items
Descriptions
A
Current Service State
Shows whether EN-V-R Service is running or stopped.
B
Start Service
Click this button to start EN-V-R Service when it’s stopped.
C
Stop Service
Click this button to stop EN-V-R Service when it’s running.
D
Refresh
Refresh the Screen.
E
Go Home
Go to the EN-V-R’s built-in webpage.
F
Close
Close the EN-V-R Controller window.
38. Connecting to EN-V-R
38.1.
PC with EN-V-R installed
You can connect to EN-V-R in various ways as explained below.

Click Go Home in EN-V-R Configurator

EN-V-R Controller window.

Click Go Home from the pop-up menu on the System Tray.

In Internet Explorer, enter the IP address of the computer that EN-V-R is running on.

In case that the HTTP port for EN-V-R is not 80 (default), the port number should be entered
together with the IP address. (the example below assumes HTTP port of 7777)
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After you successfully connecting to the EN-V-R homepage, you will see the following window.
Items
Descriptions
A
Home
Go to EN-V-R’s homepage.
B
Live View
Click this button to execute Live View program. You can use various
features such as live view, audio transmission, PTZ control,
unconditional recording, etc.
C
Player
Click this button to search, record, and back up the video data sent
from IP devices registered in EN-V-R.
38.2.

PC without EN-V-R
If your PC doesn’t have EN-V-R program installed, type in the IP address of the PC where EN-V-R is
running.
Note: Refer to Section 18 ENVI Series Viewer on page 100 for details on how to use
ENVI Viewer program. Refer to Section 28. ENVI Smart Player on page 132 for
details on how to use ENVI Smart Player program.
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
In case that the HTTP port for EN-V-R is not 80 (default), the port number should be entered
together with the IP address. (the example below assumes HTTP port of 7777)
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