Specifications | AVerMedia Technologies EB1304 NET DVR User Manual

AVerMedia®
AVerDiGi EB1304 NET
Operation Manual
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FCC NOTICE (Class B)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Federal Communications Commission Statement
NOTE- This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
CAUTION ON MODIFICATIONS
To comply with the limits for the Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules, this device must
be installed in computer equipment certified to comply with the Class B limits. All cables used to connect the
computer and peripherals must be shielded and grounded. Operation with non-certified computers or
non-shielded cables may result in interference to radio or television reception.
Changes and modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
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This product is conformity with the protection requirements of EU Council Directives 89/336/EEC
amended by 92/31/EEC on the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
Warning - This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures to correct this interference.
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other household waste. Instead, you need to dispose of the waste equipment by handing it over to
a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. For
more information about where to drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
Battery Safety Information
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Store the batteries in a cool dry place.
Do not dispose of used batteries in domestic waste. Dispose of batteries at special collection points or
return to point of sale if applies.
Remove the batteries during long periods of non-use. Always remove exhausted batteries from the
remote control. Battery leakage and corrosion can damage this remote control, dispose of batteries
safely.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not mix different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable
(nickel-cadmium).
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. The batteries may explode or leak.
Never short circuit the battery terminals.
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WARNING
TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
CAUTION
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WITHOUT NOTIEC.
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CONSIDERED FOR REFERENCT ONLY.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction .......................................................................1
1.1
Package Content........................................................................................ 1
1.2
Features and Specifications ....................................................................... 1
1.3
Front Panel ................................................................................................ 2
1.4
Back Panel................................................................................................. 2
1.5
Setting Up the DVR Unit ............................................................................ 3
1.5.1 Installing the Hard Disk.......................................................................... 3
1.5.2 Connecting Devices............................................................................... 5
1.5.3 Connecting the Sensor/Relay device..................................................... 6
1.5.3.1 I/O Card Sensor and Relay pinhole allocation: .................................. 6
Chapter 2 Operating the EB1304 NET...............................................8
2.1
Familiarizing the Remote Control Buttons.................................................. 8
2.1.1 Using AB Repeat Function..................................................................... 9
2.1.2 Using USB Backup Button................................................................... 10
2.2
Using the EB1304 NET for the First Time ................................................ 10
2.2.1 Set up the System Date and Time ....................................................... 10
2.3
Surveillance Screen ................................................................................. 11
2.4
Playback the Video .................................................................................. 11
Chapter 3 OSD Navigation Tree.......................................................14
3.1
Menu Function ......................................................................................... 15
Chapter 4 Using the USB Playback Console .................................25
4.1
Recommended system requirements....................................................... 25
4.2
Installing the USB Playback Console ....................................................... 25
4.3
Running the USB Playback Console........................................................ 26
4.3.1 To Cut and Save the Portion of the Recorded Video ........................... 28
4.3.2 Playback DVR Recorded File from Hard Disk ..................................... 28
4.3.3 Playback Backup File(*.dvr)................................................................. 29
Chapter 5 Backup Recorded Video File..........................................30
5.1
5.2
5.3
Recommended system requirements....................................................... 30
Familiarizing with HDD Backup Application.............................................. 30
To Backup Recorded Video File ............................................................... 31
Chapter 6 ImageVerification ............................................................32
6.1
To Run the ImageVerification ................................................................... 32
Chapter 7 i-Enhance .........................................................................33
7.1
To Use i-Stable ......................................................................................... 34
Chapter 8 Using the Remote Programs..........................................35
8.1
Familiarizing the Web Viewer Buttons...................................................... 36
8.1.1 To Setup Remote System Setting........................................................ 37
8.1.1.1 Camera Setup.................................................................................. 37
8.1.1.2 Record Setup ................................................................................... 38
8.1.1.3 Alarm/Sensor Setup ......................................................................... 39
8.1.1.4 Network Setup ................................................................................. 41
8.1.1.5 Password Change............................................................................ 43
8.2
Familiarizing the Remote Console Buttons .............................................. 44
8.2.1 To Setup Remote Console Setting....................................................... 45
8.3
Using the Remote Playback ..................................................................... 46
8.3.1 Familiarizing the Local Playback Buttons ............................................ 47
8.3.1.1 To Cut and Save the Wanted Portion of the Recorded Video........... 48
8.3.2 Familiarizing the Download and Playback Buttons .............................. 49
Appendix A Registering Domain Names .......................................................... 51
Chapter 1
1.1
Introduction
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(2) Remote Control (batteries included)
(3) Quick Installation Guide
(4) Power Cord
* The power cord varies depending on the standard power outlet of
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(5) Power Adapter
(6) DVR accessories (including 4 screws)
(7) Software CD (User Manual included)
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Features and Specifications
Non-PC stand-alone network digital video recorder
4 composite video inputs and 1 composite output
VGA output for LCD or CRT monitor display
On Screen Display(OSD) control menu
MPEG4 video compression
Auto-detect NTSC or PAL video system
Support Web viewer on Internet Explorer
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Support Central Management System(CMS)
Support remote console
Support USB backup to pen drive and external hard disk
Support network, playback, and recording simultaneously
Supports 1 hard disk drive (not included)
Full-screen resolution:
Display: 720 x 480 (NTSC) / 720 x 576 (PAL)
Recording: 720 x 480 (NTSC) / 720 x 576 (PAL)
Recording frame rate:
D1 mode: 60fps(NTSC) / 50fps (PAL)
CIF mode: 120 fps (NTSC) / 100fps (PAL)
Scheduled recording (00:00~23:00 set by hour )
Search for recorded video files by date/time/event
Input/Output: 4 sensor inputs and 1 relay output control
Multiple language operation screens
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1.3
Front Panel
(1)(2) (3)
(4)
Name
Function
(1) DVR Power LED
:
Light when the unit is power on
(2) HDD LED
:
Indicate the hard disk running state. Light when the HDD is
running (Read/Write)
(3) IR Sensor
:
Receive signal from the remote control to operate the unit
(4) USB 2.0 Port
:
Connect to pen drive / external hard disk for backup
1.4
Back Panel
(1)
Name
Function
(1)
:
RJ-45 port
(3)
(5)
(7)
(2)
(4)
(6)
(10)
(8)
(9)
Ethernet connection port
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(11) (12)
Name
Function
(2)
:
Audio In
Input the audio signal from audio output device which it has a
power supply by itself. The audio is embedded with channel 1
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(3)
Audio Out
:
The audio input device needs to be powered by
external power.
Output the audio signal to a audio out device which it has a power
supply by itself
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The audio output device needs to be powered by
external power.
(4)
CH1
:
Input the video camera signal and display it on channel 1
(5)
CH2
:
Input the video camera signal and display it on channel 2
(6)
CH3
:
Input the video camera signal and display it on channel 3
(7)
CH4
:
Input the video camera signal and display it on channel 4
(8)
Video Out
:
Output the video signal to other vedio output device through BNC
port
The DVR unit support 2 video output ports and you can
only select to output the video either from the VGA OUT or
VIDEO OUT
(9)
:
Output the video signal to a CRT or LCD monitor
(10) Sensor In &
Alarm Out
:
Support up to 4 sensor device and 1 relay device (Relay: 1A @
125V AC/30V DC)
(11) TV-VGA Switch
:
Switch to select the video output. Make sure to set the video output
before turning on the unit
(12) 12V DC
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Connect the power adapter into this port
1.5
VGA OUT
Setting Up the DVR Unit
1.5.1 Installing the Hard Disk
The DVR unit allows user to install one hard disk. Before installing the hard disk,
make sure to set the hard disk master jumper setting. Adjust the jumper setting
according to the instructions on the hard disk label.
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For hard disk spec, please referring to
http://www.avermedia.com/nvd/hardware-recom_eb_c.asp
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The “compatible hard disks” indicated in the above recommendation list only
means that these commercially available hard disks were tested with
AVerMedia products and functioned well under normal operation conditions.
AVerMedia does not guarantee or provide warranties, explicitly, implied or
statutory with respect to the reliability of the hard disk function or its
compatibility. In no event AVerMedia shall be liable for damages, with respect
to any business interruption of clients, lost profits, loss of programs or other
data on your information handling system or otherwise. This includes direct,
indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages, resulting from the
incompatibility caused by the usage of these hard disks, even if AVerMedia has
expressly advised about the risk of such damages. The entire risk arising out of
the use of any information attached here with is borne by the recipient.
Follow the illustrated instructions below to install the hard disk:
1. Loosen all screws
2. Push the cover backward and lift
3. Loosen the hard disk rack 4 screws 4. Secure the brackets on the hard disk
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5. Connect the end of the IDE cable
6. Secure the hard disk inside the unit
and the power connector to the hard
then replace unit cover
disk
7. Push the cover forward
8.
Secure the cover
9. You may now connect all the cables. When the power is connected, the Power
turns on
LED light
1.5.2 Connecting Devices
The back panel of the DVR unit, user can connect up to 4 video cameras, 4 sensor
devices, 1 alarm device and output video to a TV or CRT/LCD monitor. Connecting
the unit to a pen drive or external hard disk through USB connection for backup,
then use the bundled software enables user to transfer, playback and segment the
video. Follow the illustration below to make the connection:
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Each time you change the video display output, the power must be
turned off and on to reset the DVR unit.
1.5.3 Connecting the Sensor/Relay device
The Sensor and Alarm ports enable you to connect (4) sensor inputs and (1) relay
outputs. Just connect the external sensor and relay pin directly to the pinhole.
Check the table below and locate which pinhole is assigned to sensor input and
relay output.
1.5.3.1 I/O Card Sensor and Relay pinhole allocation:
The signal from the sensor (i.e., infrared sensors, smoke detectors, proximity
sensors, door sensors, etc.) is being transmitted to the unit and this triggers the
system to respond and send signal to relay device (i.e., alarm, telephone etc).
Pin #
Definition
1
Sensor 1 Ground signal
2
Sensor 1 signal
3
Sensor 2 Ground signal
4
Sensor 2 signal
5
Sensor 3 Ground signal
6
Sensor 3 signal
7
Sensor 4 Ground signal
8
Sensor 4 signal
9
Relay signal
6
10
Relay signal
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Chapter 2
2.1
Operating the EB1304 NET
Familiarizing the Remote Control Buttons
Use the Remote control to operate the OSD menu on surveillance screen.
(6)
(1)
FN
(2)
1
EB DVR
2
4
(3)
3
5
7
8
9
(9)
(10)
A-B
REC
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▼
▲
▼
▼
(18)
(17)
SELECT
(8)
(12)
(13)
(14)
MENU
(15)
UP
RIGHT
▼
▲
▼
LEFT
(5)
(7)
0
(11)
(4)
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FOCUS+
DOWN
ZOOM+
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ZOOM-
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SPEED-
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Button
Function
(1)
FN
(2)
1
(3)
3
(4)
7
(5)
9
(6)
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A functional key for multiple DVR system remote control
Switch to Channel 1
As a number key for entering password
Switch to Channel 2
As a number key for entering password
Switch to Channel 3
As a number key for entering password
Switch to Channel 4
As a number key for entering password
Switch to CIF mode
As a number key for entering password
2
4
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As a number key for entering password
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0
(8)
A-B
Set a playing recorded video from A point to B point segment
and repeat playing on surveillance screen(See 2.1.1)
Pause the playing
(10)
To play the video
▲
(9)
8
Function
( 11)
Decrease the video playback at the speed of 2x, 4x 8x or 16x
Fast play the video playback at the speed of 2x, 4x 8x or 16x
▼
▼
(12)
▼
▼
Button
Stop playing / Stop recording
(14)
USB backup(see 2.1.2)
▼
(13)
To move the selection to the left and right
▼
(15)
▲
To go up and down and select the items in the menu list or
change the settings
▼
To enter the OSD Main menu / Exit from the main menu or sub-menu
display
(16)
Make a selection
(17)
(18)
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Enter sub-menu
REC
Start video recording
The buttons which list below are not functional for the EB1304 NET.
FOCUS+
FOCUS-
ZOOM-
ZOOM+
SPEED-
SPEED+
PTZ
2.1.1 Using AB Repeat Function
AB Repeat function allow user to set a video segment from A to B point and play on
the surveillance screen until user stop. User also can backup AB Repeat file to pen
drive or external hard disk (See 2.1.2).
(play button) to call out the
▲
1. Press
SEARCH MODE menu to find the
recorded video that user wants to
playback.
2. Select TIME SEARCH or EVENT LIST.
A-B
A-B
A-B
A-B
- TIME SEARCH (search by date and
time): select the date and time from
where you want to begin the video
playback.
- EVENT LIST (search by condition): select from the list.
3. During the playback, press
press
A-B
A-B
to set the A point of video segment. And then,
again to set the B point of video segment. On the surveillance
screen will display “A-B” and repeat playing the AB point video segment which
user has set. To cancel AB repeat, press
9
A-B
again.
2.1.2 Using USB Backup Button
User can press
button to backup the AB Repeat video file.
1. Set the AB Repeat file (see 2.1.1).
2. Plug in pen drive or external hard disk to DVR
USB BAKCUP
system.
YES(SELECT) / NO(MENU)
3. During the AB Repeat playback, press
button.
4. And then, press
press
(NO) to exit backup mode.
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(YES) to start backup file or
The external hard disk needs to be powered by external power.
Using the EB1304 NET for the First Time
Upon connecting the power, the unit automatically detects the status of the hard
disk. The hard disk must be formatted before user can use it with EB1304 NET. If
you are prompt to format the hard disk, press
(select) for YES to format the
hard disk and
(menu) for NO to remain unchanged.
HARD DISKS INFORMATION
VERSION
1 . 3. 03
HDD CHECKING . . .
MASTER HDD
SIZE
76GB
509MB
HDD FORMAT YES (SELECT) / NO (MENU)
2.2.1 Set up the System Date and Time
Before starting record video, adjust the date and time first.
1. Press
to call up the OSD menu and then use
and down and select Submenu. And then, press
▲
and
to go up
▼
to confirm the selection.
to move the selection to the left and right.
3. To adjust Time, follow the above step 2 and 3.
4. Press
to go back to main menu after adjustment.
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▼
▼
2. In Submenu, select the Date and press
again to make a selection. And
then, use ▲ and ▼ o to adjust the date and use
and
buttons
2.3
Surveillance Screen
To know if the channel is being recorded, the “ ” record symbol would appear
beside the channel number. The (microphone) and
(speaker) indicate that
the audio is available. The information below the screen shows the current date
and time, recording mode (record schedule setting), and the percentage of the
used hard disk space.
D1 (A)
HDD
29%
CIF(A)
D1 mode Screen Preview
HDD
29%
CIF model Preview
When you are in full screen preview, press the following buttons on the remote
control to switch to different channel, or preview all 4 channels:
1
3
CH2: Camera
2
CH1:
Camera1
2.4
7
CH3: Camera
3
9
CH4: Camera
4
5
QUAD:
4-Channel
Playback the Video
The DVR system can record and playback video simultaneously. Therefore, user
don’t need to stop recording while playback the video.
Press
2.
Use the
SEARCH METHOD
TIME SEARCH
EVENT LIST
▼
1.
▲
and
buttons to go up and
▼
Then, press
or
▼
down and select TIME SEARCH or EVENT LIST.
to make a selection.
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TIME SEARCH (search by date and time):
1.
Use the
and
▲
buttons and select
▼
TIME SEARCH
SEARCH TIME. Then press
or
▼
HARD DISK
again to make the selection.
2.
:
START TIME : 2006 / 05 / 04
END TIME
: 2006 / 05 / 05
10 : 00 : 01
13 : 08 : 13
SEARCH TIME : 2006 / 05 / 04
10 : 00 : 01
In the SEARCH TIME, user may now select the
date and time from where you want to begin the
video playback.
buttons to move the selection to the left and right. Use the
buttons to select the date and time. Then press
or
▼
▼
and
▼
and
▼
Use the
▲
again to make
3.
To start video playback, the time in second must be set. Use the
selection to the right most. Use the
or
▼
EVENT LIST (search by event):
Use the
▲
and
the list. Press
buttons to select from
▼
or
selection. User
buttons and select the time in second.
EVENT LIST
again to make the
▼
1.
buttons to move the
.
▼
Then press
and
▲
▼
the selection.
and
to go next
S
A
A
B
A
A
B
S
A
A
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
2006 / 05 / 03
13 : 26 : 34
13 : 00 : 01
12 : 00 : 01
11 : 48 : 37
11 : 30 : 23
11 : 29 : 47
11 : 28 : 55
11 : 28 : 33
11 : 25 : 41
11 : 23 : 26
page or back to previous page.
Listed
below
are
the
following
recording
conditions:
A – Always Recording
It records non-stop and automatically continue recording when interrupted
S – Sensor Recording
It records when the sensor has triggered
M – Motion Recording
It records when any movement has detected
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13 : 26 : 50
13 : 16 : 46
13 : 00 : 01
12 : 00 : 00
11 : 31 : 18
11 : 30 : 13
11 : 28 : 58
11 : 28 : 55
11 : 28 : 32
11 : 23 : 30
B – Button Recording
It records when the REC record button is pressed
2.
The “” play symbol would appear beside the channel number when you are previewing in
playback mode.
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Chapter 3
OSD Navigation Tree
The follow figure is an OSD menu tree map. To call out the OSD menu, press
on the remote control.
MAIN MENU
CAMERA SELECT
RECORD SELECT
RECORD MODE
VIDEO FORMAT
RECORD FRAMERATE
VIDEO QUALITY
RECORD SCHEDULE
SUBMENU
HARD DRIVE SETUP
SENSOR SETUP
MOTION SETUP
NETWORK SETUP
USB BACKUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
1
2
1
2
D1
D
MPEG4
60
GOOD
3
3
4
4
RECORD SCHEDULE
00 : 00 - 01 : 00
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
01 : 00 - 02 : 00
ALWAYS REC
02 : 00 - 03 : 00
03 : 00 - 04 : 00
ALWAYS REC
04 : 00 - 05 : 00
ALWAYS REC
05 : 00 - 06 : 00
ALWAYS REC
06 : 00 - 07 : 00
ALWAYS REC
07 : 00 - 08 : 00
ALWAYS REC
08 : 00 - 09 : 00
ALWAYS REC
09 : 00 - 10 : 00
ALWAYS REC
10 : 00 - 11 : 00
ALWAYS REC
11 : 00 - 12 : 00
ALWAYS REC
12 : 00 - 13 : 00
ALWAYS REC
PASSWORD SETUP
RECORD SCHEDULE
13 : 00 - 14 : 00
14 : 00 - 15 : 00
15 : 00 - 16 : 00
16 : 00 - 17 : 00
17 : 00 - 18 : 00
18 : 00 - 19 : 00
19 : 00 - 20 : 00
20 : 00 - 21 : 00
21 : 00 - 22 : 00
22 : 00 - 23 : 00
23 : 00 - 00 : 00
CURRENT
NEW
CONFIRM
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ALWAYS REC
ENGLISH
SUBMENU
PASSWORD CHANGE
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
DATE
TIME
AUTO RECORD
AUTO SCAN
PASSWORD SETUP
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO MUTE
VIDEO SYSTEM
MULTIPLE REMOTE
REMOTE ID
NO
ON
OFF
NTSC
OFF
1
SENSOR SETUP
SENSOR REC TIME
ALARM OUT TIME
CHANNEL - 1
CHANNEL - 2
CHANNEL - 3
CHANNEL - 4
010
010
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
MOTION SETUP
MOTION CAMERA
SENSITIVITIY
MOTION RECORD TIME
1
2
HI
010 SEC
ISB BACKUP
TIME SET
START :
END :
BACKUP CHANNEL
BACKUP SIZE
BACKUP EXECUTE
CURRENT
NEW
CONFIRM
2006 / 04 / 20
17 : 54 : 50
ON
HARD DRIVE SETUP
OVERWRITE ENABLED
NO
HD1 SIZE
37
GB
78MB
HD1 USED
16
GB
219MB
HD1 FORMAT
NETWORK SETUP
IP MODE
NW ENABLE
VIDEO PORT
UPGRADE PORT
USER
SET NW PASSWORD
SET NW PASSWORD
PASSWORD SETUP
SUPERUSER
USER(NETWORK)
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
CAMERA
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
RESET TO DEFAULT VALUE
21%
AUTO SCAN
AUTO
CHANNEL-1
CHANNEL-2
CHANNEL-3
CHANNEL-4
SEC
SEC
INSTALLED
INSTALLED
INSTALLED
INSTALLED
STATIC
1
2
5001
5005
1
3
4
3
4
2006/09/23 17:00:02
2006/09/26 18:00:00
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4
73G 89MB
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050
050
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OFF
10 SEC
10 SEC
10 SEC
10 SEC
3.1
Menu Function
If the unit is currently recording the video, user may have to stop video recording to
change the settings. Use remote control to navigate in the OSD menu. The red
frame turns yellow when you are making a selection.
OSD MENU
MAIN MENU
CAMERA SELECT
RECORD SELECT
RECORD MODE
VIDEO FORMAT
RECORD FRAMERATE
VIDEO QUALITY
RECORD SCHEDULE
SUBMENU
HARD DRIVE SETUP
SENSOR SETUP
MOTION SETUP
NETWORK SETUP
USB BACKUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
Description
1
2
1
2
D1
MPEG4
60
GOOD
3
3
4
4
CAMERA SELECT :
Enable/disable the channel number to display the video
on the surveillance screen
RECORD SELECT :
Enable/disable the channel number to record video
The channels which could be recorded
should be enabled in the CAMERA
SELECT first.
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RECORD MODE :
Select D1/CIF recording mode
Under D1 mode, the video recording is in full screen
resolution and takes turns from one channel to the next
one when Auto Scan enables. Each channel is
recorded only at a maximum frame rate of 15fps. User
can switch to view the video in single full screen or
QUAD screen
Whereas in CIF mode, video recording is at a lower
resolution, but each video is recorded in 30fps/25fps
(NTSC/PAL). User can switch to view the video in
single full screen or QUAD screen
VIDEO FORMAT :
The recorded video is in MPEG4 format
RECORD FRAME RATE :
Set the number of frames per second to be recorded.
Refer to the table below for the available record frame
rate settings. The higher the frame rate is, it uses more
hard disk space
Video Standard
NTSC
PAL
D1
60, 20, 4
48, 20, 4
CIF
120, 60, 40, 20, 4
100, 48, 20, 4
Record Mode
VIDEO QUALITY :
Select the video quality setting from BEST, HIGH,
MEDIUM, GOOD, NORMAL or LOW.
BEST – best record quality but less record hours
LOW – longest record hour but quality is ordinary
NORMAL – allows you to record more hours but the
quality of the recorded video is moderate.
LANGUAGE SETUP :
Select from the available languages
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OSD MENU
Description
RECORD SCHEDULE
00 : 00 - 01 : 00
ALWAYS REC
01 : 00 - 02 : 00
ALWAYS REC
02 : 00 - 03 : 00
ALWAYS REC
03 : 00 - 04 : 00
ALWAYS REC
04 : 00 - 05 : 00
ALWAYS REC
05 : 00 - 06 : 00
ALWAYS REC
06 : 00 - 07 : 00
ALWAYS REC
07 : 00 - 08 : 00
ALWAYS REC
08 : 00 - 09 : 00
ALWAYS REC
09 : 00 - 10 : 00
ALWAYS REC
10 : 00 - 11 : 00
ALWAYS REC
11 : 00 - 12 : 00
ALWAYS REC
12 : 00 - 13 : 00
ALWAYS REC
RECORD SCHEDULE:
By default, in 24 hours, the recording schedule is set to
always record every hour. Refer to the table below to
customize the recoding condition
Condition
Description
NO REC
Disable video recording
ALWAYS REC
Record non-stop
MOTION REC
Start recording when any movement is
detected
SENSOR REC
Start recording
triggered
BUTTON
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17 : 54 : 50
ON
ON
NO
ON
OFF
NTSC
OFF
1
Start recording
the
sensor
has
when the record
button is pressed
PASSWORD CHANGE :
Set a security combination number. There are two type
of user password – SUPERUSER and USER.
PASSWORD CHANG
SUPERUSER
USER(NETWORK)
Use the number button on the remote control to enter
the password. Or use ▲ and ▼ button to the
select the security combination number. Press
or
▼
SUBMENU
PASSWORD CHANGE
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
DATE
TIME
AUTO RECORD
AUTO SCAN
PASSWORD SETUP
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO MUTE
VIDEO SYSTEM
MUTIPLE REMOTE
REMOTE ID
REC
when
button to confirm.
SUPERUSER:
Superuser has the authority of formatting hard disk,
changing system settings, remote monitor the DVR
system and changes the system settings. The factory
default password is 111111.
PASSWORD SETUP
CURRENT
NEW
CONFIRM
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OSD MENU
Description
USER(NETWORK):
The login account for remote connection through the
internet. User account only can view and playback
recorded video by Web viewer (ex: Internet Explorer),
but no authority to change the DVR system’s setting.
The factory default password is 111111.
SET NW PASSWORD
CURRENT
NEW
CONFIRM
SUBMENU
PASSWORD CHANGE
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
DATE
TIME
AUTO RECORD
AUTO SCAN
PASSWORD SETUP
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO MUTE
VIDEO SYSTEM
MUTIPLE REMOTE
REMOTE ID
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT :
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17 : 54 : 50
ON
ON
NO
ON
OFF
NTSC
OFF
1
Select the camera number and set to adjust the video
brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation value
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
CAMERA
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
RESET TO DEFAULT VALUE
1
050
050
000
024
NO
DATE :
Set the current date
TIME :
Set the current time
AUTO RECORD :
Enable/disable auto continue recording when
interrupted (i.e., power breakdown, video playback or
configuration setup). It continue recording after 10
second of idleness. This is applicable in Always Record
mode
AUTO SCAN :
Enable/disable auto cycle switch to display the next
channel when in full screen preview. User can set
different switch time for each channel. The time range
is from 5 ~30 seconds.
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OSD MENU
SUBMENU
PASSWORD CHANGE
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
DATE
TIME
AUTO RECORD
AUTO SCAN
PASSWORD SETUP
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO MUTE
VIDEO SYSTEM
MUTIPLE REMOTE
REMOTE ID
Description
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17 : 54 : 50
ON
ON
NO
ON
OFF
NTSC
OFF
1
AUTO SCAN
AUTO SCAN
CHANNEL - 1
CHANNEL - 2
CHANNEL - 3
CHANNEL - 4
OFF
10 SEC
10 SEC
10 SEC
10 SEC
PASSWORD SETUP :
Enable/disable full system password protection. This
would prevent unauthorized user to stop video
recording, change system settings and formatting the
hard disk
AUDIO RECORD :
Enable/disable audio recording. To record sound,
make sure the audio input device(ex: microphone) is
connected to the unit
AUDIO MUTE :
Enable/disable to hear audio sound. To hear sound,
make sure the unit is connected to an audio output
device (ex: speaker). If user recorded video in audio
mute status, there is no sound when playback
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The audio input and output device need to
be powered by external power.
VIDEO SYSTEM:
DVR system will auto detect the video system and
display
SUBMENU
PASSWORD CHANGE
VIDEO ADJUSTMENT
DATE
TIME
AUTO RECORD
AUTO SCAN
PASSWORD SETUP
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO MUTE
VIDEO SYSTEM
MUTIPLE REMOTE
REMOTE ID
2006 / 04 / 20
17 : 54 : 50
ON
ON
NO
ON
OFF
NTSC
OFF
1
MUTLIPLE REMOTE:
Enable/disable multiple DVR system remote control.
When user has more than one DVR system, user can
use MULTIPLE REMOTE function to control all DVR
system by single remote control.
REMOTE ID:
Assign the ID number for multiple DVR system remote
controls. When there are more than one DVR systems,
user can enable MULTIPLE REMOTE function, and
then assign REMOTE ID to each DVR system. Then,
user can just use one remote control to control all DVR
system by pressing REMOTE ID. To remote control
multiple DVR systems, press
FN
and number key
(remote ID number) on the remote control.
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OSD MENU
HARD DRIVE SETUP
OVERWRITE ENABLED YES
HDD SIZE
37
GB
78MB
HDD USED
0
GB
232MB
HDD FORMAT
Description
OVERWRITE ENABLED :
0%
Enable/disable overwriting the earliest record when the
hard disk space runs out. By default, the HDD overwrite
setting is enabled
HDD FORMAT :
For security purpose, you may have to enter the
password to format hard disk
To format hard disk:
1. Use the
▲
and
▼
buttons to go up and
or
▼
down and select HDD FORMAT. Then press
2. In the CHECK PASSWORD screen, press
. Then use the ▲ and ▼ buttons
or
to select the security combination number. Repeat
till you key in the last number. Also, user can use
the number button on the remote control to enter
or
button again
the password. Press
to make the selection. To move the selection to the
left and right, use ▲ and ▼ buttons
▼
▼
* HDD SIZE shows the total capacity
of the hard disk.
* HDD USED shows the amount of
space that has been used.
CHECK PASSWORD
ENTER PASSWORD
3. After entering the last number, the system will
format the hard disk
4. It is done when the “HDD FORMAT COMPLETED”
appears
HARD DRIVE SETUP
OVERWRITE ENABLED YES
HDD SIZE
37
GB
HDD USED
0
GB
HDD FORMAT
78MB
0MB
0%
HDD FORMAT COMPLETED
Formatting the hard disk will permanently
delete all the records and can no longer be
retrieved
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OSD MENU
SENSOR SETUP
SENSOR REC TIME
ALARM OUT TIME
CHANNEL - 1
CHANNEL - 2
CHANNEL - 3
CHANNEL - 4
Description
010
010
NOT
NOT
NOT
NOT
SENSOR REC TIME :
SEC
SEC
INSTALLED
INSTALLED
INSTALLED
INSTALLED
Set the amount of time (in second) to start record when
the sensor has triggered
ALARM OUT TIME :
Set the amount of time (in second) to continue sending
the alarm once triggered
CHANNEL 1~4 :
Customize the initial state of the attached sensor. Refer
to the table below to customize the sensor state
3
4
Indicates that there is no sensor connected
NORMAL OPEN
Indicates that the initial state of the sensor is
normal open. Video recording initiates when
there is a changes in the sensor state
NORMAL CLOSE
Indicates that the initial state of the sensor is
normal close. Video recording initiates when
there is a changes in the sensor state
MOTION CAMERA :
Enable/disable the channel number to detect motion.
SENSITIVITY :
Set the sensitivity level. The sensitivity is from H (High),
9~ 2 and L (Low).
MOTION RECORD TIME :
Set the amount of time (in second) to record when
motion is detected.
NETWORK SETUP:
Setup the network parameters for the internet or
intranet remote monitor or playback.
IP MODE:
The system provides 3 types of IP setup mode – Static,
DHCP, and PPPOE.
Use
and
▲
▼
buttons to go up and down and
select IP MODE, and then press
▼
▲
and
buttons to change the selections and press
or
„
. Use
to make a selection.
STATIC: Assigns a constant IP address for the
DVR system. Use ▲ and ▼ buttons to go
up and down and select items, and then press
20
▼
to make selection. Use
and
or
to move left and right to select or enter the
configuration value.
- IP ADDRESS: Assign a constant IP address
which a real IP addresses give from ISP to DVR
system.
- SUBNET: It is a bitmask used to identify the sub
network and how many bits provide room for
▼
STATIC
1
2
80
5005
4
NOT INSTALLED
▼
NETWORK SETUP
IP MODE
NW ENABLE
VIDEO PORT
UPGARDE PORT
3
Description
▼
MOTION SETUP
1
2
MOTION CAMERA
SENSITIVITIY
L
MOTION RECORD TIME 010 SEC
Condition
OSD MENU
STATIC
1
2
80
5005
3
4
-
-
-
host addresses. Enter the subnet mask of the IP
address which user has assigned to DVR
system.
GATEWAY: A network device act as a
passageway to internet. Enter the network
gateway IP address
DNS: Domain Name Server translates domain
names (such as www.abb.com.tw) to IP
addresses. Enter the IP address of DNS if it is
available.
MAC ADDRESS: Only for user information. Don’t
need to enter the MAC address.
When all parameters are set, select the
CHANGE to confirm the configuration.
NETWORK INFORMATION
IP ADDRESS
SUB NET
GATEWAY
DNS
MAC ADDRESS
CHANGE
„
192.168.153.100
255.255.255.255
192.168.153.254
192.168.153.1
00.00.00.00.00.00
DHCP: Assign the IP address by local DHCP
▲
▼
and
server to DVR system. Use
buttons to go up and down and select DHCP, and
then press
or
to make selection.
▼
NETWORK SETUP
IP MODE
NW ENABLE
VIDEO PORT
UPGARDE PORT
Description
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The DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol) is a set of rules used by a
communications device (such as a
computer, router or networking adaptor) to
allow the device to request and get an
Internet address from a server which has
a list of addresses available for
assignment
The DVR system will try to get an IP address from
the DHCP server. A message window will show up
as below:
GET IP NOW! WAITING...
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STATIC
1
2
80
5005
3
When DVR system gets an IP address from DHCP
server, the information will display as below:
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NETWORK INFORMATION
IP ADDRESS
SUB NET
GATEWAY
DNS
MAC ADDRESS
192.168.153.100
255.255.255.255
192.168.153.254
192.168.153.1
00.00.00.00.00.00
PPPOE: Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet is a
network protocol for encapsulating PPP frames in
Ethernet frames. It is used mainly with ADSL
services. If your network is using ADSL service
connecting to internet, and then, select PPPOE
mode. Use ▲ and ▼ buttons to go up and
„
down and select PPPOE, and then press
or
to make selection. A message window will
show up as below:
▼
NETWORK SETUP
IP MODE
NW ENABLE
VIDEO PORT
UPGARDE PORT
Description
GET IP NOW! WAITING...
When DVR system get an IP address, the
information will display as below:
NETWORK INFORMATION
IP ADDRESS
SUB NET
GATEWAY
DNS
MAC ADDRESS
CHANGE
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
192.168.153.254
192.095.000.001
00.00.00.00.00.00
NW ENABLE:
Allow internet remote user to playback or monitor the
channels. Without enabling the network function, the
channels cannot be playback or monitor from remote
site.
F 1 is Channel 1
F 3 is Channel 3
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F 2 is Channel 2
F 4 is Channel 4
▼
Use ▲ and ▼ buttons to go up and down and
select NW ENABLE (network enable), and then
or
and
to move to the selection.
press
Use
▲
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and
▼
OSD MENU
▼
buttons to change the selections
NETWORK SETUP
IP MODE
NW ENABLE
VIDEO PORT
UPGARDE PORT
Description
STATIC
1
2
80
5005
values and press
3
4
or
▼
OSD MENU
to confirm.
VIDEO PORT:
A port for the remote connection. Any port can be
assigned as a video port, except the ports already used
by the network services. The default video port is 80.
Use
and
▲
▼
buttons to go up and down and
and
and ▼
buttons to change the selections values and press
▼
to move to the selection. Use
or
▼
select VIDEO PORT, and then press
▼
or
▲
to confirm.
UPGRADE PORT:
A port for the remote update DVR system firmware.
Any port can be assigned as an upgrade port, except
the ports are already used by the network services. The
default upgrade port is 5005. For Upgrading DVR
firmware, please contact your local dealer.
Please DO NOT cut off the power of the
DVR system while the firmware is
upgrading. Power failure will cause the
permanent damage of the DVR system.
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Use
▲
and
▼
buttons to go up and down and
▼
or
BACKUP CHANNEL
BACKUP SIZE
BACKUP EXECUTE
3
89MB
1
73GB
2
4
Use
▲
and
▼
buttons to go up and down and
select USB BACKUP, and then press
▼
Use
and
▲
press
1.
2.
3.
and
.
to move left and right. And, use
buttons to change the value and
▼
or
or
▼
10 : 00 : 01
13 : 08 : 13
USB BACKUP:
Using USB device (ex. Pen drive or External Hard disk)
to backup partial recorded video and playback on PC.
▼
START TIME : 2006 / 05 / 04
END TIME
: 2006 / 05 / 05
▲
to confirm.
▼
USB BAKCUP
TIME SET
▼
and ▼
buttons to change the selections values and press
and
to move to the selection. Use
or
▼
select UPGRADE PORT, and then press
to confirm.
Select the START TIME and END TIME.
Select the channels which user wants to backup.
The DVR system will display the system hard disk
space and backup file size.
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OSD MENU
Description
USB BAKCUP
TIME SET
4.
START TIME : 2006 / 05 / 04
END TIME
: 2006 / 05 / 05
10 : 00 : 01
13 : 08 : 13
BACKUP CHANNEL
BACKUP SIZE
BACKUP EXECUTE
3
89MB
1
73GB
2
And then, select BACKUP EXECUTE to start
backup video to the USB device.
4
80%
USER REMAINDER 0GB
5.
820MB
When backup is done, press any key to back to
main menu.
USB BACKUP SUCCESS
PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT
6.
To view the backup file, using USB Playback
Application(see 4.3)
- Remember to plug in the USB device
before starting to backup.
- The DVR system doesn’t supply the
power to external hard disk. Therefore,
the external hard disk must be power
supplied by self.
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Chapter 4
4.1
Using the USB Playback Console
Recommended system requirements
Pentium®4 2.4GHZ or above
Windows®2000/ XP
DDR 256 MB
Graphic function must support DirectDraw
Audio card or built-in
Speaker
1 available USB2.0 port
4.2
Installing the USB Playback Console
To install the USB Playback Console:
1. Place Installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. When the installation main
screen appears, click Install USB Playback Console and then follow the on
screen instructions
2.
Select the language you prefer
3.
4.
Click OK to install the application
Click Exit to close the installation main screen. You may plug in the pen drive
or external hard disk now.
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4.3
Running the USB Playback Console
To run the application, click the
icon on the PC desktop
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(17)
(12)
(13)
(16)
Name
(1)
(14)
(15)
Function
Video playback screen
To select the video file for playing. The playback application
supports *.dvr and *.avf file.
(2)
Open File
- DVR Recorded File (HD): To playback the recorded video from
the hard disk which was recording video on the DVR system.
(Also see 4.3.2)
- Backup File(.dvr): The file is backup and save in *.dvr file
format. (Also see 4.3.3)
- Backup File(.avf): The file is backup and save in *.avf file format.
The recorded video backup to pen drive is in *.avf.
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Name
Function
Select the event you want to playback. The event list only available
when user select to playback in DVR Recorded File(HD).
(3)
Event List
(4)
Full screen
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video. To
return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left click to
toggle to only display one of the video in the multiple-screen mode
or all.
(5)
Segment
Keep a portion of the recorded video (see also 4.3.1)
(6)
Output
Save the segmented file in *.mpg or *.avi format (see also 4.3.1).
(7)
Snapshot
Capture and save the image either in *.jpg or *.bmp format
(8)
Print
Print the image
(9)
HDD Backup
To call out HDD Backup application. (See Chapter 5)
(10) Video Enhancer
To call out i-Enhance application. ( See Chapter 7)
(11) Watermark
To call out ImageVerification application. (See Chapter 6)
(12) Status bar
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
(13) Progress bar
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar
to seek at any location of the track.
(14) Playback
Controller
(15) Split Screen Mode
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame by frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2X, 1/4X, or
1/8X.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame by frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Select from different screen view to playback the recorded video file
of the entire camera or one camera on screen.
Exit/ Minimize the application or chose Cancel to go back to the
application
(16) Exit
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Name
(17) Sound /Sound bar
Function
Turn on and off the sound
Increase and decrease the volume
4.3.1 To Cut and Save the Portion of the Recorded Video
1.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar
and pause on where you want to start the cut. Then, click Segment to set the
begin mark.
2.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress bar
and pause on where you want to end the cut. Then, click Segment to set the
end mark. To cancel segmentation, click Segment button again.
3.
4.
Click Output button to save the wanted portion.
In the Save As dialog box, locate on where user wants to save the file, type the
filename, and select the video format.
4.3.2 Playback DVR Recorded File from Hard Disk
1.
Please have the hard disk which containing of recorded video data install on
your PC or using external USB enclosure to connect to your PC.
2.
Click Open File button
3.
Select DVR Recorded File(HD) and click OK.
4.
Select the hard disk drive from Select Disk window and click OK.
5.
And then, the Event List window appears. Select the event that user wants to
play and click OK.
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4.3.3 Playback Backup File(*.dvr)
1.
Click Open File button.
2.
Select Backup File(*.dvr) and click OK.
3.
Locate the backup file folder and click OK.
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4.
When open the backup video file, just locate the where backup file
folder is.
And then, Playback Date/Time Selection window appears. Select the date and
time and click OK.
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Chapter 5
5.1
Backup Recorded Video File
Recommended system requirements
Pentium®4 2.4GHZ or above
Windows®2000/ XP
DDR 256 MB
Graphic function must support DirectDraw
Audio card or built-in
Speaker
1 available USB2.0 port
5.2
Familiarizing with HDD Backup Application
(2)
(1)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(10)
Name
(1)
All recorded video
events list
(9)
Function
No.: the list order number
Record: the record type(see also Chapter 2.3.1)
Begin Time: the beginning of record time
End Time: the end of record time
Display first frame of each recorded channel video which user had
selected.
(2)
(3)
Progress bar
Show the progress of the event being played. User may move the
bar to seek at any location of the track
(4)
Source Disk
To select the hard disk drive
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Name
Function
(5)
Target Path
To locate on where user want to save the file
(6)
Event (%)
Display the backup progress rate of event in percentage
(7)
Total (%)
Display the total backup progress rate in percentage
(8)
Stop
Stop backup progress
(9)
Start
Start backup progress
(10) Select All
5.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select all listed recorded video events. Click the check box again to
cancel for selecting all events.
To Backup Recorded Video File
Please have the hard disk which was recording video on the DVR system
install on your PC or using external USB enclosure to connect to your PC.
To run the HDD Backup application, click the HDD Backup button on USB
Playback Application main interface.
Click Browse in Source Disk to locate the recorded video file.
And then, the Select Disk windows will appear as below:
5.
Select the hard disk drive from Select Disk windows. All available hard disk
will list on the Select Disk windows with size and name
6. Select the hard disk drive and click OK
7. And then, all the recorded video files will list out.
8. Select the event which user wants to backup. Or mark the Select All to select
all listed recorded video event
9. Locate on where user wants to save the backup file
10. Click Start to process backup
11. To stop the backup progress, click Stop
12. To play the backup file, see 4.3.3.
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Chapter 6
ImageVerification
Image Verification is a watermark-checking program to identify the authenticity of a
saved image (e.g. by snapshot). This program can only verify uncompressed bmp
image files.
6.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
To Run the ImageVerification
To run the ImageVerification application, click the Watermark button on USB
Playback Application main interface.
In the ImageVerification screen, click Load Source Image and locate the
image source.
Click Verify Image to begin the process.
Check the result in the Processed Image screen. If the picture is unmodified,
the image in the Source Image and Processed Image screen would be
exactly the same. If the picture is being modified, a warning dialog box would
prompt and the modified area is highlighted.
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Chapter 7
i-Enhance
The bundled i-Enhance is a video editing tool and can only be used with *.dvr video
file. It allows you to adjust the video picture quality, segment and save the selected
portion of the video, zoom in and out the image, and print or save the screen shot.
You can also save the setting and apply it on other files.
To run i-Enhance application, click i-Enhance button on USB Playback Console
interface.
(16)
(15)
(17)
(18)
(14)
(19)
(13)
(12)
(20)
(21)
(11)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(10)
(9)
(1)
Name
(2) (3) (4)
(5)
(6)
(7) (8)
Function
(1) Open File
Access *.dvr video file.
(2) Save Image
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
(3) Playback Control
Buttons
Begin: Move at the beginning of the video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Rewind: Wind back the video file.
Pause: Temporary stop playing the video file.
Play: Play the video file.
Faster: Play the video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the video file.
(4) Save Video
Save the edited or segmented video in *.avi format.
(5) Print
Print the screen shot.
(6) Segment
Mark the beginning and the end of the selected portion of the video.
Two triangle marks will appear on the slider. To cancel video
segmentation, click this button again.
(7) Zoom Buttons
Enlarge, reduce, and set the image back to normal size.
(8) Full Screen
Use the entire screen to only display the video.
(9) Default
Set the video back to original state and delete all the changes in the
history box.
(10) History Box
List all the actions.
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Name
Function
(11) Undo
Delete the last action.
(12) Noise Reduce
Adjust the softness and repair the damaged colours.
(13) Sharpness
Improve the overall image by enhancing edges. This gives the
image more depth.
(14) Effects
Gray Scale: convert the image into black and white (monochrome).
Normalize: adjust the brightness intensity.
Equalize: automatically adjust the images that are too dark.
De-interlace: smooth out the overlying frames.
Static: de-interlace for motionless scene.
Dynamic: de-interlace for moving scene.
(15) Picture
Adjustment
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and Gamma.
(16) Original Screen
Display the original state of the image.
(17) Temporary
Setting Block
Display the sample settings. Click the sample to apply the setting
on the current video.
(18) Status Bar
Display the date, and time of the video.
(19) Progress Bar
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar
to seek at any location of the track.
(20) i-Stable
To reduce the jolt in the recorded video.(also see Chapter 7.1)
(21) Add Setting
Include the new setting to the temporary setting block.
(22) Rename
Change the name of the selected setting in the temporary setting
block.
(23) Delete
Permanently remove the selected setting in the temporary setting
block.
(24) Load Setting
Call the saved settings.
(25) Save Setting
Store the settings in the temporary setting block.
7.1
To Use i-Stable
The i-Stable function can reduce the jolt in the recorded video.
1. Click Open File button and select the recorded video.
2. And then, click i-Stable button.
3. i-Stable windows will show up.
4. Select the smoothness level –
1(Low), 2, 3, 4, and 5(High).
The default value is 3.
5. Click Play button, and then
i-Stable function will start to
initial the recorded video.
6. When the initialize is done, user
will see the original and
stabilized recorded video play in
two windows.
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Chapter 8
Using the Remote Programs
User can use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access DVR system by entering the IP
address. To use this feature, make sure that you PC and EB 1304 NET both are
connected to the internet and the Network feature is enabled.
Accessing this feature for the first time you will be prompted by your browser to
install WebCamX.cab, allow the installation and you should be able to connect and
login afterwards.
For Windows 2000, click Yes when the Security Warning dialog box appears.
For Windows XP, click Install when the Internet Explorer - Security Warning dialog
box appears.
After installing the WebCamX.cab and when connecting to the DVR system, you
are required to enter User ID (Superuser or User) and password (default password
is 111111) and select the type of network. Superuser has the authority to remote
setup the DVR system configuration on Web Viewer.
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Changing the Superuser and User default password is strongly
recommended.
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8.1
Familiarizing the Web Viewer Buttons
Right-clicking on the Web Viewer video screen, enables you to start video
recording, change video quality, switch camera and enable/disable DirectDraw.
Name
Function
(1) DirectDraw
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Enhance the video quality.
Not all graphic cards can support this function. If you can not see the screen display
correctly or screen is messed, please check with VGA card vendor.
(2) Received file size
Indicate the size of the data being sent per second.
(3) Camera frames
Indicate the number of frames per second.
(4) One screen view
To view single camera view on screen. User can right click on the
screen to switch to different camera view.
(5) Split screen view
To view 4 camera on screen simultaneously.
(6) Record
Start to record the video of the selected camera in AVI format.
Directly click screen to select the channel that user wants to record
and press Record button.
(7) Remote Console
Initiate Remote Console. It allows you to control DVR server (see
also Chapter 8.2).
(8) Remote setup
Change the DVR server settings (see also Chapter 8.1.1).
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Only Superuser has the authority to remote setup DVR system.
(9) Snapshot
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
(10) Full screen
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video.
To return, Right click the mouse or press ESC on the keyboard.
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Name
Function
(11) Select cameras to
view
Select to the view camera from different server. In Select Camera
dialog box, Display column, click to enable/disable viewing the
camera.
Click Add Server and select the server type between DVR and IP
Cam to add.
Click Delete Server to delete the selected item.
Click Import to load the previous saved list.
Click Export to save the list.
Click Apply All to change all the camera video quality based on the
selected setting.
Click OK to exit.
8.1.1 To Setup Remote System Setting
Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
The setting here applies to Remote DVR only.
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After changed the DVR system setting, refresh your web browser in
order to apply the new setting to the DVR system.
8.1.1.1 Camera Setup
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Camera Select:
Enable/disable the channel number to display the video on the surveillance
screen
(2) Auto Scan
Enable/disable auto cycle switch to display the next channel when in full screen
preview.
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(3) Video Adjustment
Select the camera and adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation of
the selected camera.
(4) Default Value
Set the video value back to default
8.1.1.2 Record Setup
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(1) Record Select
Enable/disable the channel number to record video
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The channels which could be recorded should be enabled in the
CAMERA SELECT first.
(2) Record Mode
Select D1/CIF recording mode. Under D1 mode, the video recording is in full
screen resolution. Each channel is recorded at a maximum frame rate of 15fps.
You can switch to view the video in single full screen or 4 split screen. Whereas
in CIF mode, video recording is at a lower resolution, but each video is recorded
in 30fps/25fps (NTSC/PAL).
(3) Record Frame Rate
Set the number of frames per second to be recorded. Refer to the table below
for the available record frame rate settings. The higher the frame rate is, it uses
more hard disk space
Video Standard
NTSC
PAL
Record Mode
D1
60, 20, 4
48, 20, 4
CIF
120, 60, 40, 20, 4
100, 48, 20, 4
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(4) Video Quality
Select the video quality setting from BEST, HIGH, MEDIUM, GOOD, NORMAL
or LOW.
(5) Auto Record
Enable/disable auto continue recording when interrupted (i.e., power
breakdown, video playback or configuration setup). It continue recording after
10 second of idleness. This is applicable in Always Record mode under
schedule setting.
(6) Audio Record
Enable/disable audio recording. To record sound, make sure the microphone is
connected to the unit
(7) Disk Overwrite Enable
Enable/disable replacing the earliest record when the hard disk space runs out.
By default, the HDD overwrite setting is enabled
(8) Motion Detection
- Motion Camera
Enable/disable the channel number to detect motion.
- Motion Record Time
Set the amount of time (in second) to record when a motion has detected.
- Sensitivity
Set the sensitivity level. The sensitivity is from high, 9~ 2 and low.
8.1.1.3 Alarm/Sensor Setup
(3)
(1)
(2)
(1) Alarm Setup
- Mail Alarm Enable
Enable/disable alarm sending mail when alarm has triggered or motion has
detected.
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The Motion Detection must be enabled first, the alarm sending
mail will send out the mail when detect motion.
- Alarm Out Time
Set the amount of time (in second) to continue sending the alarm once
activated
(2) Sensor Setup
- Sensor Status
Customize the initial state of the attached sensor for every camera. Refer to
the table below to customize the sensor state.
Not installed: Indicates that there is no sensor connected
Normal open: Indicates that the initial state of the sensor is normal open.
Video recording initiate when there is a changes in the sensor
state
Normal close: Indicates that the initial state of the sensor is normal close.
Video recording initiate when there is a changes in the sensor
state
- Sensor Record Time
Set the amount of time (in second) to record after the sensor has been
triggered
(3) E-Mail Setup
- SMTP
Enter the SMTP server
- User ID & Password
Enter User ID and Password for e-mail server user identification
- From
Enter the sender e-mail address
- To
The recipient e-mail address and separate it with a semicolon
- Subject
Enter the message title
- Message
Type the message
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8.1.1.4 Network Setup
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) IP Mode
- Static IP
Assign a fixed and global IP address for the DVR system
IP: Assign a constant IP address which real IP addresses give from ISP.
Mask: Enter the subnet mask of the IP address which user has assigned to
DVR system.
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It is a bitmask used to tell how many bits in an octet(s) identify the
subnetwork, and how many bits provide room for host addresses.
Gateway: Enter the network gateway IP address
DNS: Domain Name Server translates domain names (such as
www.abb.com.tw) to IP addresses. It will translate the domain name into IP
address when DVR system request.
- DHCP
Assign the IP address by local DHCP server to DVR system.
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The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a set of rules
used by a communications device (such as a computer, router or
networking adaptor) to allow the device to request and get an
Internet address from a server which has a list of addresses
available for assignment.
- PPPOE
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet is a network protocol for encapsulating
PPP frames in Ethernet frames. It is used mainly with ADSL services.
(2) Server Port
A port is using for the remote connection. Any port can be assigned as a server
port, except the ports already used by the network services.
(3) DDNS
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) is a data query service mainly used on
the Internet for translating domain names into Internet addresses. Users can
register their own domain name on http://www.ddns.avers.com.tw. (See
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Appendix A)
- Domain Name
Enter the domain name that user wanted.
- Auth Key
A password use to access DDNS to register the domain name. MAC address
of the DVR system is the key for user to register the domain name on
AVerMedia DDNS web site. To find MAC address of your DVR system, follow
the steps below:
1. In OSD menu, select NETWORK SETUP
2. Select any one of IP mode
3. A NETWORK INFORMATION windows will show up
4. MAC address of DVR system is display as shown
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8.1.1.5 Password Change
Click Remote setup button on Web Viewer main interface, and then, click User
button to call out the Password Change interface.
(1)
(2)
(1) Superuser
Change the remote accessing password of super user. Superuser has the
authority to remote setup the DVR system configuration on Web Viewer.
- Password
Enter the new password
- Password Confirm
Re-enter password to confirm
(2) User
Change the remote accessing password of user
- Password
Enter the new password
- Password Confirm
Re-enter password to confirm
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8.2
Familiarizing the Remote Console Buttons
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(13)
(8)
(1)(2)
Name
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Function
(1) Exit
Close the Remote Console.
(2) Audio button
Enable/disable the sound.
(3) Split Screen Mode
Select from six (6) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera over the
other or alongside on a single screen.
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If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13 split
screen mode.
To change the video quality, right-click on the screen and select between High,
Normal or Low.
(4) Record
Start/stop video recording.
(5) Network
Enable/disable remote system access. This feature allows you to
access EB DVR server from a remote location via internet
connection.
(6) Setup
Configure the Remote Console setting. (see also Chapter 8.2.1)
(7) Preview
Switch to Preview/Playback mode. This allows you to view live
camera display.
(8) Playback
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file. (see Chapter 8.3)
(9) Status Bar
Display the current date, time and hard disk free space.
(10) Camera ID
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch
and view other camera.
(11) Snapshot
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
(12) Full screen
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video.
To return, Right click the mouse or press ESC on the keyboard.
(13) DirectDraw
Enable/disable DirectDraw function
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Direct Draw function supports for certain VGA card. For more information, please
contact your VGA card vendor.
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8.2.1 To Setup Remote Console Setting
Click Setup button to call out the System Setting windows. Click OK to exit and
save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1) Storage Path
Set the directory on where to save the data. When there is not enough free
space to record one hour data, the system automatically replaces the oldest
data. In case you have more than one storage path, the system automatically
saves the data to the next storage path. By default the data is stored in
C:\RemoteData, to insert another storage path, click Add. To remove the
selected path, click Delete.
- Enable network storage
Select the Enable network storage check box to send the recorded video in
network-attached storage.
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To add network storage, the Internet storage drive/folder must be
mapped as Network Driver in DVR server. To know how to assign or
connect to a network drive, please refer to your Windows help file
and search “Map Network drive”.
(2) Language
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the selected
language. By default the language is in English.
(3) Remote Server
Enter the DVR Server IP and Server Port number.
(4) Channel Settings
The numbers from 1 to 4 represent the camera ID. In
Transmitting Channels section, enable the camera
number to receive the camera signal from the server.
In Visible Channels section, enable the camera
number to view the camera signal on Remote
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Console screen. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL check box.
8.3
Using the Remote Playback
To use this feature, first you need to select the source of the file. Click the Playback
button. And then, in the Select Playback Mode dialog box, choose Local Playback
to open the file that is recorded in the Remote Console, and Remote Playback to
open the file that is recorded in the DVR server. When you choose Remote
Playback, select Download and Playback.
Click OK to proceed and Cancel to void this operation.
In the Video Playback Date/Time Selection, the number from 00 to 23 represent the
time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera number.
To Make a Selection:
1. Select the date in the calendar. Use
and
buttons to shift the calendar to the left or
right.
2. In the table below, click on the blue block to
select and open the recorded file. The blue
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block turns red when it is selected. The block that appears in white doesn’t have
data. You can only select one block when you choose Download and Playback.
3. Click OK to proceed and Cancel to void this operation.
4. If you select Download Playback and after making the selection, the system
divides the selected hour into 16 video thumbnails. In the Time Selection screen,
click on the video thumbnail you want to download (see also Chapter 8.3.2).
8.3.1 Familiarizing the Local Playback Buttons
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(7)
(1) (2)
Name
(5)
(6)
Select from six (6) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera over the other
or alongside on a single screen.
- If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13 split screen
mode.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on the area you
want to enlarge. To back to normal view, right click the channel screen again.
(2) Progress bar
Name
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar
to seek at any location of the track.
Function
(3) Hour Buttons
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(4)
Function
(1) Split Screen Mode
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(3)
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the specific
time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on top of the
hour button indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. If
there is no recorded data within the hour, there will be no color bar on top of the
hour button. While the red bar indicates that you are currently viewing the recorded
video file.
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(4) Playback Control
Buttons
(5) Date
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Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of ½x, ¼x, or ⅛x.
Rewind: Wind back the video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the video file.
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to where
to start playing the recorded video file.
The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from
01 to 16 represent the camera ID. While the red colored column indicates on where
to start playing the recorded video file. If there is no any video data, it will be no color
bar on top of the date button.
(6) Preview
Switch to Preview/Playback mode.
(7) Playback
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file.
(8) Status bar
Display the record date, time, HDD capacity in preview mode and
play speed in playback mode.
(9) Camera ID
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you are
in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch and
view other camera.
(10) Output
Save the segmented file in *.mpg, *.avi, or *.dvr format (see also
Chapter 8.3.1.1).
(11) Segment
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want (see also Chapter
8.3.1.1).
(12) Snapshot
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
(13) Full screen
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right button of
the mouse or ESC on the keyboard.
8.3.1.1 To Cut and Save the Wanted Portion of the Recorded Video
1.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress
bar and pause on where you want to start the cut. Then, click Segment to set
the begin mark.
2.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback progress
bar and pause on where you want to end the cut. Then, click Segment to set
the end mark. To cancel segmentation or set the segment marks from the
start, click Segment button again.
3.
4.
Click Output button to save the wanted clip.
In the Save As dialog box, locate on where you want to save the file, type the
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filename, and select the video format.
8.3.2
Familiarizing the Download and Playback Buttons
(8)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(1)
Name
(3)
(2)
(4)
Function
(1) Progress bar
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the bar to
seek at any location of the track.
(2) Playback
Control Buttons
Begin: Move at the beginning of the video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, or
1/8x.
Rewind: Wind back the video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the video file.
Name
Function
(3) Date
Open other file.
(4) Output
Save the segmented file in *.mpg or *.avi format.
(5) Print
Print the screen shot.
(6) Save
Save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format and video in *.dvr
format.
(7) Segment
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want. You may follow the
instruction in Chapter 8.3.1.1.
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Appendix A
Registering Domain Names
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) is a data query service mainly used on the
Internet for translating domain names into Internet addresses. It allows remote
clients to intelligently search dynamic servers without any previous enquiring for
servers’ Internet addresses.
In order to take advantage of this intelligent service, first register your domain name
on the following Web site http://ddns.avers.com.tw
1. User Login
Browse the website ddns.avers.com.tw with Microsoft IE or Netscape
Navigator to access the following dialog.
First input the MAC address of your DVR system and select the product name.
Then click OK to login or Reset to clear the previous input.
2. Password
Set a password to secure your identification.
3. User Information
Please provide the following user information, Host Name(user can choose any
name he/she likes except the one violence with other users), Password, E-mail,
Company, and Country to complete the registration process.
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Warranty Notice
LIMITED WARRANTY
AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. warrants this product to be free of defects resulting from faulty manufacture
or components under the following terms:
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Labor is warranted for (1) one year from the date of purchase
Parts are warranted for (1) one year from the date of purchase
Replacement products will be warranted for the remainder of the one year warranty period or (30) thirty days,
whichever is longer
WHO IS PROTECTED
This warranty is enforceable only by the first consumer purchaser
WHAT IS AND IS NOT COVERED
Except as specified below, this warranty covers all defects resulting from faulty manufacturing of this product.
The following are not covered by the warranty.
1. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed
2. Damage, deterioration, or malfunction resulting from:
Accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, commercial or
industrial use, unauthorized product modification, or failure to follow instructions included with the
product.
Misapplication of service by someone other than the manufacturer’s representative
Any shipment damages (Claims must be made with carrier)
Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect
3. Cartons, cases, batteries, cabinets, tapes, or accessories used with product
4. AVerMedia does not warrant that this product will meet your requirements; it is your responsibility to
determine the suitability of this product for your purpose
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We will pay labor and material expenses for covered items. However, we will not pay for the following:
1. Removal or installation charges
2. Shipping charges
3. Any incidental charges
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