AVerMedia Technologies MP2016 Security Camera User Manual

AVerMedia
EYES Pro/
MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
Digital Video Surveillance System
User’s Manual
300AABCK/400/0616
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FCC NOTICE
DISCLAIMER
This device has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a commercial,
industrial or business environment. This equipment can
generate, use and radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
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.
No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, is
made with respect to the contents of this documentation, its
quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for a
particular
purpose.
Information
presented
in
this
documentation has been carefully checked for reliability;
however, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. The
information contained in this documentation is subject to
change without notice.
In no event will AVerMedia be liable for direct, indirect, special,
incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use or
inability to use this product or documentation, even if advised
of the possibility of such damages.
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Inc. IBM PC is a registered trademark of International Business
Machines Corporation. Microsoft is a registered trademark and
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. All other
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CAUTION ON MODIFICATIONS
To comply with the limits for the Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules, this device must be
installed in computer equipment certified to comply with the
Class A 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.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
grantee of this device could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
CE NOTICE
This is a Class A product.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 4 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION AND OPERATION34
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ............................................1
4.1 System Configuration ........................................................34
1.1 Manual Conventions ........................................................... 1
System .....................................................................37
1.2 Video Card Specification ..................................................... 2
Cameras ....................................................................42
1.3 Package Contents .............................................................. 2
Audio ........................................................................45
1.4 Hardware Recommendations ............................................... 3
Monitoring ..................................................................47
1.5 Installing the Video Cards ................................................... 5
Sensors .....................................................................50
1.6 Connecting the AVerMedia Video Cards ................................. 8
Relays ........................................................................51
1.7 Attaching Cameras ............................................................. 8
Alarms ......................................................................53
1.8 Connecting External Sensor/Relay........................................ 9
Networking .................................................................58
CHAPTER 2 DRIVER INSTALLATION...............................13
Scheduler....................................................................61
2.1 Installing the Driver in Windows 98SE/Me ............................13
Backup .....................................................................67
2.2 Installing the Driver in Windows 2000 .................................18
Users Information .........................................................74
2.3 Installing the Driver in Windows XP .....................................23
4.2 System Operation .............................................................78
2.4 Remove Your Video Card Driver ..........................................26
CHAPTER 3 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION .........................27
Start / Stop Monitoring ..........................................83
3.1 Installing AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/ MP5000
Start / Stop Audio Recording.............83
Software ...............................................................................27
3.2 Product Update.................................................................32
E-Map ..................................................................84
3.3 Special Consideration ........................................................33
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Load / Close Network Server ..................................85
6.3.2
Playback....................................................... 118
System Configuration.............................................85
6.3.3
PTZ Control .................................................. 122
Log Viewer ...........................................................86
6.4
Start Recording ..................................................... 125
PTZ Controller.......................................................95
6.5
Exit RemoteManager .............................................. 125
Status Monitoring .............................................................98
APPENDIX A REMOTE LOGIN WITH AN MODEM-TOMODEM CONNECTION ..................................................126
Exit / Re-login EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 ..... 100
A.1 Windows 98SE / Windows Me ........................................... 126
CHAPTER 5 USING THE WEBCAM .................................102
A.2 Windows 2000................................................................ 131
5.1 Enable WebCam.............................................................. 102
A.3 Windows XP ................................................................... 138
5.2 Use the WebCam ............................................................ 104
CHAPTER 6 REMOTEMANAGER .....................................106
6.1 Accessing RemoteManager ............................................... 106
6.2
APPENDIX B REGISTERING DOMAIN NAME ON DDNS
SERVER........................................................................147
APPENDIX C IMAGE VERIFICATION.............................149
LIMITED WARRANTY ...................................................152
Setup................................................................... 108
6.3 Operating the RemoteManager ......................................... 115
6.3.1
Center Management....................................... 115
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1.2 Video Card Specification
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Welcome to the realm of AVerMedia. AVerMedia EYES Pro /MP2016/
MP3000/MP5000, composed of one 32-bit PCI video capture card, works
as a digital video surveillance system. It allows you to capture true
color images and real-time videos from 4/8/16 camera input(s)
simultaneously.
With the latest Motion Detection technology, once any movement
detected in the monitoring area, AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 automatically starts recording and triggers the alarm. You
don’t need to keep your eyes on the monitor all day long anymore; the
system will alert you automatically when specified events occur.
Type
Stands for
Example
[paren.]
Keys on the keyboard
[Enter]
“Quotes”
Words to be typed in
“AVerMedia”
Italic
User in each authorization level
Administrator
Bold
Name of a dialog box,
Sections/Option title in the dialog
box/Field names/Buttons
Underlined
Table columns
Video Card
Specifications
1 card
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
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2 cards
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
16 EYES Pro
4 cards
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
MP3004
1 card
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
MP3008
1 card w/ 1
daughter card
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
MP2016/MP3016
1 card w/ 3
daughter cards
Each Video capture card with 4 video inputs
MP5004
1 card
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
MP5008
1 card w/ 1
daughter card
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
MP5016
2 cards w/2
daughter cards
Each video capture card with 4 video inputs
1.1 Manual Conventions
The following conventions are used throughout this manual.
Product
4 EYES Pro
AVerMedia has been dedicated to innovating the technology of
digital video surveillance system. We have had a significant
innovation on promoting hardware that is presented as the part
of MP series above.
Schedule
Backup
Start
1.3 Package Contents
Caution Message: These messages are to advise you to
proceed carefully. Failure to pay attention could result in
damage to the system and may put personnel and
environment at risk.
Your AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 package includes
the following:
Informational Message: These messages are intended to
provide additional information for the purpose of clarification.
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• 1 / 2 / 4 AVerMedia Video Card(s) for EYES Pro
• 1/2 AVerMedia Video Card(s) and 1/3 daughter card(s) for
MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
• AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 Software CD (Including
Driver, Application Software, and User’s Manual)
• AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
User’s Manual
• Optional external I/O Box and 15-pin
D-type Connector Cable
Pentium III 800MHz or above recommended
Motherboard
Intel 815E/815EP (PIII), 845(P4), 845D(P4),
845E(P4), 845G(P4)
Expansion Slots
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 × 32-bit PCI 2.1 compliant slots
RAM
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š Seagate ST340016A (40G 72000rpm)
Š Seagate ST380021A (80G 7200rpm)
CD-ROM drive
List of VGA Cards tested:
VGA
Audio
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Leadtek WinFast GeForce2 MX400
Leadtek WinFast A170 DDR TDH
Leadtek WinFast 3D S325 32MB
Leadtek WinFast A250 TD 128MB
ATI RADEON 8500 64MB/128MB
ELSA GLADIAC 525 128MB
ELSA GLADIAC 517 VIVO 64MB
Sound card and speakers
List of modems tested:
• ASUS P4B
• ASUS P4B266
• ASUS P4B533
• ASUS P4B533-V
• GIGABYTE 8IRX
• GIGABYTE 8IEX
• GIGABYTE 8IEXP
• GIGABYTE 8IGX
• MSI 845E Max2
• MSI 845G Max
(VIA/SiS/ALi chipset motherboards
temporarily not supported)
Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000 Pro. /XP Pro.
HDD
16-bit high color SVGA graphic card with
DirectDraw capability
List of motherboards tested:
OS
40 GB of free hard disk space, at least 6GB free
space for each partition.
Media
1.4 Hardware Recommendations
CPU
Hard disk
Modem2modem feature
Modem
Internal:
• USR 5699A (Chipset: 3COM)
• Creative Lab DI5630 (Chipset: Broadxent)
• SmartLink 5634PSV-R
• QDK Speedcom+ VPI56SP (Chipset: Conexant)
• GVC 56K V.90 Voice/Fax (Chipset: Motorola)
• CyberMarmot Rock Modem (Chipset: Ambient)
• Lemel MD-56KVR4 (Chipset: Conexant)
External:
• USR 5686D (Chipset: USR)
• GVC 56Kbps (Chipset: Rockwell)
• Atrie Explore (Chipset: Conexant)
• Zyxel Omni 56K Data/Voice (Chipset: Zyxel)
• SmartLink 56TS (Chipset: TI)
• SmartLink 56TPC (Chipset: IC+)
• ART NET V1456VQE (Chipset: TOPIC)
• Well USB Soft Modem FM-56USB-ST (USB
interface)
Transcend DDR 256MB (DDR-266)
KingSton DDR 256MB (DDR-266)
KingMax SDRAM 256MB (PC-133)
KingMax DDR 256MB(DDR-333)
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1. Remove the computer cover.
2. Remove the I/O brackets for the four PCI expansion slots. Save the
screws.
3. Insert the AVerMedia video cards into the available PCI expansion
slots.
4. Replace the computer cover and reconnect all cables.
Alarm call out feature
Internal:
• Creative Lab DI5630 (Chipset: Broadxent)
• Creative Lab DI5630-5 (Chipset: Broadxent)
For the current update information, please check our website.
1.5.2 Installing the AVerMedia MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 Video
Cards
1.5 Installing the Video Cards
The following instructions are for installing video cards into the
AVerMedia MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 system.
1.5.1 Installing the AVerMedia EYES Pro Video Cards
Before installing the video card, turn off the computer’s power,
unplug the power cable and disconnect all other cables
attached to the back of the computer.
The following instructions are for installing video cards into the
AVerMedia EYES Pro system.
MP3004/MP5004/MP5008
Video card
Before installing the video card, turn off the computer’s power,
unplug the power cable and disconnect all other cables
attached to the back of the computer.
Video card
Video Card
MP3008/MP5016
Video card
PCI Slot
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1.6 Connecting the AVerMedia Video Cards
MP2016 Video card
Up to four cameras can be connected to each AVerMedia video card one camera per BNC terminal.
D-type 15-pin
Connector Cable
(Optional)
Infrared Sensor
Proximity Sensor
Sensor Inputs
Smoke Detector
Camera 1
Reed Switch
Camera 2
Relay Control
Relay Outputs
Camera 3
Burglar Alarm
Access Control Lock
Camera 4
Coaxial Cable
(Not Supplied)
1.7 Attaching Cameras
PCI Slot
Fig. 1
Cameras must be attached to the BNC connectors of the server video
cards in a specific order to avoid transmission problems. Video cards
are stacked vertically into the chassis. If all four video cards are
installed, the rear panel of the server will appear as shown in the
diagrams below.
NOTE: Orient the
red mark upward.
Fig. 2
EYES Pro
1. Remove the computer cover.
2. Remove the I/O brackets for the four PCI expansion slots. Save the
screws.
3. Align AVerMedia video card connector with the available PCI slots.
4. Screw AVerMedia video card and the 3 daughter cards respectively
into the rear panel with the screws. See the Fig.1.
5. Connect the 3 daughter cards to AVerMedia video card with ribbon
cables. See the Fig.2.
6. Replace the computer cover and reconnect all cables.
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4
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Cameras need to be installed according to the numerical order displayed
on the diagrams above. Whether you have one, two, three or four
video cards, the pattern is the same - cameras will be installed from
left to right starting with the top row for EYES Pro and from top
to
bottom
beginning with
the
left-most
column
for
MP2016/MP3000/MP5000.
Sensor Input Specification
1.8 Connecting External Sensor/Relay
Each system can come with optional External I/O Boxes and D-type 15pin connector cables enabling you to connect sensor inputs and relay
outputs. The pin signals and specifications for the external I/O Box and
the D-type 15-pin connectors are described below.
D-type 15-pin Connector Cable
Relay Output Specification
Surge strength: 1500 VAC
Nominal power 200mw ~ 360mw
Operating power 110mw ~ 200mw
External I/O Box
Video Card
COIL RATINGS (at 20 oC)
D-type 15-pin connector
Coil Nominal
Voltage
Sensor Input 4
Sensor Input 2
(VDC)
Sensor Input 1
Relay Outputs 3
5
Sensor Input 3
Coil
Resistance (
10% )
Pick-up
Voltage
(VDC)
Drop-Out
Voltage
125
3.75
0.5
(VDC)
Nominal
Current
(mA)
40
* Max Continuous Voltage at 20oC : 110% of Coil Nominal Voltage
Relay Output 1
Relay Output 2
External I/O Box
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CONTACT RATINGS
Sensor Inputs
Contact Arrangement
1 Form C (SPDT)
max. Switch Power
max. Switch voltage
max. Switch current
125VA
125VAC
2A
Contact Resistance
External sensors such as infrared sensors, smoke detectors, proximity
sensors, door sensors, etc., can be attached to the AVerMedia EYES Pro/
MP2016/MP3000/MP5000’s input-signal connectors on the External I/O
Box. These devices trigger the system to respond with a predefined
action (e.g. record video)
60W
30VDC
100m
Resistive Load
1A/125VAC
2A/30VDC
Contact Material
AgNi10
Relay Outputs
The AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000’s output connectors
(relay output) can be attached to external output control devices such
as alarms. The system can be configured to activate or deactivate
these devices. Each AVerMedia video card supports three relay outputs.
Two of them are normally open relays with one being a toggle switch.
External I/O Box Pin Signals
Pin #
Definition
1
INPUT SIGNAL 1+
2
INPUT SIGNAL 2+
3
INPUT SIGNAL 3+
4
INPUT SIGNAL 4+
5
OUTPUT 3 – Normally Closed
6
INPUT SIGNAL 1-(GND)
7
INPUT SIGNAL 2-(GND)
8
INPUT SIGNAL 3-(GND)
9
INPUT SIGNAL 4-(GND)
10
OUTPUT 3 – Common
11
OUTPUT 1 – Normally Open
12
OUTPUT 1 – Common
13
OUTPUT 2 – Normally Open
14
OUTPUT 2 – Common
15
OUTPUT 3 – Normally Open
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Chapter 2 Driver Installation
2.
Select Search
for the best
driver for your
device.
(Recommended)
and then click the
Next button.
3.
Choose Specify a
location and
click the Browse
button to find the
drivers in the
[driver] folder of
the EYES Pro
/MP2016/MP3000
/MP5000
Software CD.
Click the Next
button.
4.
The Add Hardware
Wizard will find
ARGUS.inf from the
folder you specified.
Click the Next button
to continue.
AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 are Plug-and-Play digital
surveillance systems that support Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP. To start
using this system, first install the drivers and application software from
the Software CD that comes with AVerMedia EYES Pro/ MP2016/MP3000
/MP5000 system.
Check Your Windows Version
Before you install the driver, check to see whether you are using
Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000 or Windows XP. To
do this, click Start Æ Settings Æ Control Panel on the
Window’s toolbar, and then double-click System.
the Windows version under the General tab.
You will see
Depending on the version you use, you will encounter different dialog
boxes when installing the driver. Those listed in the following sections
are for installing drivers in Windows 98SE/Me, Windows 2000 and
Windows XP.
2.1 Installing the Driver in Windows 98SE/Me
After you have properly installed the AVerMedia video card in your
computer, power on your computer and start Windows 98SE/Me.
1.
The first time you
install the
AVerMedia video
card driver, you
will see the Add
New Hardware
Wizard. Insert
the Software CD
and click the
Next button.
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(For Windows 98SE only) Insert the Windows 98SE CD-ROM to
start installing the driver.
6.
Click the Finish
button to complete
the installation of
video driver.
7.
Next you need to
install the audio driver.
Click the Next button
to proceed.
8.
Select Search
for the best
driver for your
device.
(Recommended)
and click the
Next button.
9.
Select Specify a
location and
click the Next
button.
10. The system will find
the video driver you
just installed because
the audio driver is the
same as the video
driver. Click the Next
button to continue.
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11. Click the Finish button
to complete the audio
driver installation and
reboot your PC.
After you have properly installed the video card in your computer,
power on your computer and start Windows 2000.
1.
The first time you
install the video card,
you will see the
Found New
Hardware Wizard.
Insert the EYES Pro/
MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 Software CD
and click the Next
button.
2.
Select Search for a
suitable driver for
my device
(recommended)
and click the Next
button.
3.
Select Specify a
location and click
the Next button.
For EYES Pro, you need to take the procedures (1~14) once for each
video card. For MP3000, you are asked to repeat the procedures 4
times; for MP2016/MP5000 8 times at most. If you have installed 4
video cards, you will find the system’s device manager looking like the
following figure.
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You‘ll be prompted
to enter or browse
the location of the
video card driver.
Set the right path
and click the OK
button.
5.
The system will find
argus.inf from the folder
you specified. Click the
Next button to continue.
6.
Click the Yes button to
proceed with the
installation.
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The system will soon
show that it has finished
the video driver
installation. Click the
Finish button.
8.
Next you need to install
the audio driver. Click
the Next button to
proceed.
9.
Select Search for a
suitable driver for my
device (recommended)
and click the Next
button.
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10. Check Specify a
location and click the
Next button.
13. Click the Yes button
to proceed with the
installation.
14. Click the Finish
button to complete the
installation and reboot
your PC.
11. You‘ll be prompted
to enter or browse
the location of the
AVerMedia video
card driver. Set the
right path and click
the OK button.
For EYES Pro, you need to take the
procedures (1~14) once for each
video card. For MP3000, you are
asked to repeat the procedures 4
times; for MP2016/MP5000 8 times
at most. If you have installed 4
video cards, you will find the
system’s device manager looking
like the following figure.
12. The system will find the
video driver you just
installed because the
audio driver is the same
as the video driver.
Click the Next button to
start installing.
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2.3 Installing the Driver in Windows XP
3.
After the installation
finished, click the Finish
button.
4.
You need to continue
installing the audio
driver. Select Install
the software
automatically
(recommended) and
click the Next button.
5.
Because the audio
capture uses the same
driver as the video
capture, the system will
find the video driver you
just installed and start
installing. When this
dialog box appears, click
the Continue Anyway
button.
After you have properly installed the video card in your computer,
power on your computer and start Windows XP.
1.
2.
The first time you
install the video card,
you will see the Found
New Hardware Wizard.
Insert the EYES Pro/
MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 Software CD
and select Install the
software
automatically
(recommended).
Click the Next button.
The system will then
find the driver argus.inf
in the Software CD and
start installing.
When
this dialog box shows up,
click
the
Continue
Anyway
button
to
proceed.
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After the installation
finished, click the
Finish button.
2.4 Remove Your Video Card Driver
While removing your video card driver, you need to follow the steps
described below.
For EYES Pro, you need to take the procedures (1~14) once for each
video card. For MP3000, you are asked to repeat the procedures 4
times; for MP2016/MP5000 8 times at most. If you have installed 4
video cards, you will find the system’s device manager looking like the
following figure.
1.
Find
the
system’s
Device
Manager,
ungroup
Sound,
video and game controllers,
and remove all the drivers by the
names of “ARGUS WDM Audio
Capture” and
“ARGUS WDM
Video Capture”
2.
Delete the following files in the specified paths.
• Windows 98/Me:
C:\WINDOWS\INF\OTHER\ DVR\ARGUS.inf
C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\argus.sys
• Windows 2000:
*C:\WINNT\INF\oemX.inf
*C:\WINNT\INF\oemX.pnf
C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\argus.sys
• Windows XP:
*C:\WINDOWS\INF\oemX.inf
*C:\WINDOWS\INF\oemX.pnf
C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\argus.sys
* For the files “oemX.inf” and “oemX.pnf,” “X” stands for numbers.
Open each of the oemX.inf and locate the [Manufacturer] section. If
the value is DVR, then this is the file you need to delete. For
oemX.pnf, delete the one that has the same number (X) as the
oemX.inf you deleted. For example, if oem0.inf has DVR in the
[Manufacturer] section, then you need to delete both oem0.inf and
oem0.pnf.
3.
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Chapter 3 Software Installation
3.
The system will then start preparing to install the AVerMedia EYES
Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 application software.
4.
Click the Next
button to continue.
Read the License
Agreement and
click the Yes
button if you
accept it; otherwise
click the No button
to exit the setup
program.
3.1 Installing AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 Software
After you successfully install the video card driver, you then are ready to
install the EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 application software. You
can easily complete the installation of AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/
MP3000/MP5000 by following the simple instructions below.
During the installation, you will be asked to key in a user
name and a password.
You must remember them
because you will be prompted for entering the same
user name and password later when entering the
AVerMedia
EYES
Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
surveillance system.
It’s recommended that you exit all other Windows programs
before you install AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 surveillance system.
1.
Insert the AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 CD into
the CD-ROM drive and wait for it to auto-run.
2.
Click the text “AVerMedia EYES Pro”, “AVerMedia MP2016”,
“AVerMedia MP3000”, or “AVerMedia MP5000” and choose the
language version you would like to install.
5.
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Enter your Name,
Company Name,
and the Serial No.
(printed on the CD
cover) and click the
Next button. The
name you enter
here will be used
as the System
Manager when
operating the
software.
7.
Choose the
components you
need and then
designate the
destination folder
for the software to
be installed. Click
the Next button to
continue.
8.
Specify the folder
name to store the
AVerMedia EYES Pro/
MP2016/ MP3000/
MP5000 program or
choose an existing
folder from the list.
Click the Next button.
9.
Select the video
format of the
camera used in
your country. If
you don’t know the
correct format,
contact your local
camera supplier.
Click the Next
button.
10. Set a password for the
System Manager. You
need to use this
password when
entering the EYES Pro
/MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 system. Click
the Next button to
continue. The system
then starts to install
the software.
11. Select the number
of video channels
you will use on this
system and click
the Next button.
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3.2 Product Update
12. After the
installation finishes,
you can choose to
create a shortcut of
EYES Pro/MP2016/
MP3000/MP5000
program and click
the Next button.
To obtain the latest software, go to www.avers.com.tw to download the
updated software of AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
system. After you successfully download the file, follow the procedures
below to update your software.
13. Before you exit the
setup program, you
can choose to view
the README file.
After you click the
Finish button, a
text file will show
up.
1.
First you need to remove the older-version software from your
computer. Go to Control Panel and double-click on Add/Remove
Programs.
Select “Uninstall Digital Video Surveillance
System” and click the Add/Remove button. You will need to
reboot the system afterwards.
2.
Update your new AVerMedia software. Refer to section 3.1 –
Software Installation. It is unnecessary to update a new driver
manually because the system will execute the procedure
automatically during installation.
If your MP3000 series video card driver is beyond version 3.5, notice
that the innovation on hardware in V 3.5 has restrained you to update
the entire services, which is described as follows:
14. Choose whether
you like to restart
your computer now
or later and click
the Finish button
to complete the
installation.
Product
Present H/W
Update Solution
H/W
Update Solution
S/W
MP 3004
1 card
1 card
4 chs
MP 3008
2 cards
1 card
4 chs
1 card
4 chs
MP 3016
2 sets of
1 card w/ 1
extended card
1 card w/ 1
extended card
8 chs
After finishing updating, select the desired channel numbers
and disable the unselected channels for keeping the efficiency
of the system while reinstalling video card driver.
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Chapter 4 System Configuration and
Operation
3.3 Special Consideration
Defrag Your Hard Disk
Files on your hard disk will unavoidably become fragmented.
Fragmentation occurs when the operating system must split files into
parts and fit each part into different free segment of the hard disk to
make full use of the hard disk space. If files on your hard disk become
excessively fragmented, your system would have to work very hard to
maintain all the necessary information about the files locations. This
results in slow and bogged-down performance and it gets more and
more serious as the time goes on. Therefore, it is recommended that
you regularly run a defragment utility program on your hard disk such
as Windows Disk Defragmenter especially before you start saving
recorded videos to the hard disk.
Before you start running the EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000 system, please set your monitor resolution to
1024 x 768 and the color to 16-bit true color or above.
4.1 System Configuration
When you first start up the AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/
MP5000, the system will request you to enter user ID and password to
login surveillance system. Key in the user name and password you
entered
during
the
EYES
Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
installation.
Upon the success of authentication, you will see the following main
screen of EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 Digital Video Surveillance
System.
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Alarm & Relay Status
Network Status
Click
the
System
Configuration
button
to
enter
the
configuration dialog. You need to first set up your surveillance system
before you start using it.
PTZ Controller
Log Viewer
System Configuration
Load / Close Network Server
E-Map
Start / Stop Monitoring
Start / Stop Audio Recording
Status Bar (Hard
Disk/Network/Date &Time)
Full Screen
Start / Stop AutoScan
Split Screen Display
Exit / Login
After entering the System Configuration page, you can set up the
system, cameras, audio, monitoring, sensors, relays, alarms,
networking, scheduler, backup, e-map, and user information.
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Minimum Space
System
Next you need to provide the minimum space for hard disk
recycling. During hard disk recycling, the newly recorded files will
overwrite the old ones. This way the system will not run out of
hard
disk
space
to
save
the
recorded
videos.
The system will start hard disk recycling when the hard disk free
space is less than a user-defined number.
The user-defined
number has to be greater than 450MB, the system defaults to
450MB.
System brings you to the following dialog box for
Clicking on
system information. Here you need to provide some basic information
for the monitoring and recording operation.
2.
Miscellaneous
Beep if no signal:
Check this box to have the system start beeping whenever a video
loss from a camera occurs.
Auto Reboot:
For better system performance and stability, it is recommended for
you to check the Auto Reboot box and the system will reboot
everyday at a user-defined hour that least interferes with your
surveillance operation.
1.
Ask for password when login:
Check this box to enable the password protection when users login
the surveillance system.
Assign Recording Disks
First you need to assign the recording disks. Click
to browse
for the folder to save the recorded videos and click the Add button.
You can click the Delete button to remove any of the recording
disks, as long as there is at least 1 disk left to save the recording
data.
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Date Format:
Here you can choose to show the date information in the order of
mm/dd/yy, yy/mm/dd, or dd/mm/yy.
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AutoScan:
This function allows you to view each camera image in numerical
sequence under 1-Cam Display mode. Check AutoScan to enable
this function and define the scan interval from 1 to 60 seconds
(defaults 3 seconds). When in this function is enabled, you need to
return to the main menu and click
function.
During AutoScan, you can click
5.
The utility provides your particular demand on the better 640 x
480 resolution for the specific cameras.
For EYES
Pro/MP2016/MP3000, you can check the cameras to perform the
better resolution by clicking this button. Note that those cameras
are arranged to be sets according to the same video chipset on the
video capture card. For MP5000, you can set all cameras randomly
to perform 640 x 480 resolution. The arranged camera sets are
listed as follows:
to start the AutoScan
…
Focus Camera to jump to any camera. To stop the AutoScan
function, click
3.
again.
Product
4 EYES Pro
8 EYES Pro
Video
For Video Standard, you need to choose from NTSC and PAL
according to the system you are using.
4.
640 x 480 Resolution
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Display & Recording Rate
MP2016
With this button you can
set display and recording
rate by camera. You will
see the following dialog
box when you click this
button. There are 5 levels
of display and recording
rate.
Drag the bar to
adjust
the
display/
recording rate for each
camera.
MP3004
MP3008
MP3016
MP5004
MP5008
MP5016
Camera Sets
1,2,3,4
1,2,3,4
5,6,7,8
1,2,3,4
5,6,7,8
9,10,11,12 13,14,15,16
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,
12,13,14,15,16
1,
2,
1,5
2,6
1,5,9,13
3,7,11,15
1
2
1, 2, 3, 4,
1,9
2,10
5,13 6,14
3,
4
3,7
4,8
2,6,10,14
4,8,12,16
3
4
5, 6, 7, 8
3,11 4,12
7,15 8,16
That too many cameras were selected to be 640 x 480
resolution will result in overloading for system. For the
further information please refer to our website:
www.avers.com.tw
6.
It enhances the security for system to warn administrators and
users if AC power fails and proceeds with system shutdown before
the end of battery backup power is reached. The UPS device should
be connected to your computer (refer to your UPS user’s guide)
before the presetting of this task.
In case All is checked, you will see that while you’re adjusting the
rate for one camera, the rate of other cameras will be adjusted at
the same time. Cameras that are adjusted together use the same
video chip on the video capture card.
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A. Check Enable to activate UPS meanwhile the Vendor as well as
Model of your UPS will show up in the individual boxes if your
UPS is completely connected to.
B. Determine a limited value for capacity to shutdown your
computer. The value is ranged between 10 and 90%. It is
unavailable to be set lower than 10% or higher than 90%.
Cameras
Double-click
configure.
Cameras and choose the camera you want to
UPS application must meet Window NT or above. Windows
2000 or Windows XP are recommended.
8.
Update
Whenever the above settings are modified, click
to
update.
10. Restore
Click
to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
11. Default
Click
to change all values to their default settings.
1.
Camera ID
In the No. field, you can see the camera number you pick out from
the left list.
2.
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Card No. / Port No.:
This section indicates the card number and the BNC connector
number that this camera is connected to. It is configured by the
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Settings for the image properties are configured for the designated
card, which may also connect to other cameras. That means, the
settings you make for this camera will apply to other cameras that
connect to the same card.
Figure 1.
Enable
Check Enable to enable this camera for
monitoring. If a camera is not enabled, the
image from this camera will show as Figure
1 (gray scale) on the screen. This camera’s
sign in the menu will change to
Gray-scale image
The adjustment of image properties will result in
inefficiency as the video format is set to be PAL for the
unsupported hardware temporarily
.
5.
If a camera input is not physically connected to a camera,
you need to de-select Enable, or the system will not reach
its best performance.
4.
PTZ Camera Setup
A. Select a Com Port where PTZ camera connector connected and
the PTZ Model you use (refer to your PTZ camera spec.) by the
pull-down lists. And click Set to place your setting.
Camera
Display:
Check Display to display the image from
this camera on the screen. If you check
Enable without checking Display, the
image from this camera will show as
Figure 2 (color) on the screen. Although
the image is not shown on the screen, this
camera is still performing Record When
Motion Detected, Record When Start
Monitoring,
or
Don’t
Record,
depending on which one you chose in the
Monitoring section of the System
Configuration.
B. To control PTZ camera with server’s camera by entering PTZ
Camera ID at the range of 2~225.
Figure 2.
Color image
Preset Position Setup
A. Choose a position number by the pull-down list to set the
monitoring position with the right side direction interface.
Meanwhile the display you adjust will be shown on the upside.
B. Determine a Position Name for the position.
C. During AutoPan, Dwell determines the time for the camera to
stay (1~60 seconds) at one position before rotating to the next
position.
D. You can set the Speed (5~255 deg/s) with which the camera
rotates from its current position to the next preset position.
E. Click Set to involve into the setting.
Name:
6.
Update
Click this button to update the setting.
7.
Restore
In the Name field, you can set the name for the camera.
Comment:
This field allows you to add any remarks you have for this camera.
Any comment left can serve as a reminder for system manager.
Image Properties:
You may set the following properties for the image of this camera.
brightness
contrast
color
PTZ Camera
Click this button to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
8.
saturation
Default
Click this button to change all values to their default settings.
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Audio
Click
Audio to enter the audio page as below.
Detection Sensitivity
You can click
to test the volume of your current environment
as a reference when adjusting the sensitivity. The system defaults
the sensitivity to 30%.
3.
Properties
You can set the length of time for the system to continue recording
the audio once activated. The system defaults to 5 seconds. The
length of time you set determines the size of the .WAV file. (1
second long roughly takes up 8K of space.) The .WAV file format is
PCM 8KHz, 16bit, mono. To playback the audio files, you need
to go to
Log Viewer.
4.
Update
Click this button to update the setting.
5.
Restore
Click
to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
6.
Default
Click
1.
Enable
Check here to enable the automatic sound detection. The system
will start recording upon detected volume greater than the
sensitivity you set. Note that this function only works while
the system is recording videos.
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Beep upon detected motion:
By checking Beep upon detected motion, you can enable the
alarm to start beeping once motion detected. You can do an
Monitoring
In this section you can configure how the cameras perform
monitoring/recording and the related properties. Double-click on
Monitoring and choose the camera you want to configure.
instant test it by clicking
and the following two signs
represent different situations.
: Motion detected in the detecting area
: No motion detected in the detecting area
2.
Recording
You can choose the suitable recording mode among these three:
Record when start monitoring:
The system starts recording once the monitoring starts.
Record when motion detected:
The system starts recording only when motion is detected, and
continues recording for 1~120 (user-defined) seconds after the
motion stops. The user-defined length of time (default to 1 second)
is set in the Stop recording after
sec. section.)
Don’t record:
The system doesn’t record no matter what happens.
3.
1.
This section allows you to choose the compressed program and
adjust the image quality from 0 to 100 (default 50). The higher the
value is, the lower the compression ratio gets, and the larger disk
space is required. You can also decide the recorded file size
by changing the compression ratio.
If you select Fast
Recording with MJEPG format (lower compression ratio), the
system record faster, and therefore, the file size is bigger. On the
contrary, if you select High Compression Ratio with MPEG4, the
recorded file size will be smaller for they are highly compressed.
Motion Detection
Sensitivity:
In this area, you can adjust the motion detection sensitivity from 0
to 100 (system default: 90). The higher the value is, the better the
sensitivity the system can detect.
Record with Time Stamp:
You can also add time information on the recorded video by
checking Record with time stamp and choose the color of the
time display.
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Motion Detection Mask
Sensors
Mask
Mask a specific area to leave the rest area for the motion detection.
A. First check Mask in the Enable field to edit the mask area.
B. Check Show Mask to make masked area visible.
C. To add or cut any masked areas, simply click Add or Cut, and
Double-click on
Sensors to list the sensors already been configured.
Right-click the mouse on
Sensors to add a new sensor. Click
any desired sensor to enter the setup screen of that sensor.
then draw the area you want to add to or cut from the masked
area. To clear all masked areas, click Clear. And click Invert
to invert the masked areas into unmasked ones and vise versa.
D. Choose a mask color out of from red, green, and blue.
Shield
To enable Shield provides you to protect some private areas from
the entire surveillance control into a black shield, ex: a fitting room
in a department store.
A. First check Shield in the Enable field to edit the shield area.
B. Refer to Mask step C.
5.
Edit
Click on either the radio button for mask or shield to specify the
working area by Add/ Cut/ Invert/ Clear in Motion Detection
Mask field.
6.
Update
Click this button to update the setting.
7.
Restore
Click this button to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
8.
9.
Default
Click this button to change all values to their default settings.
1.
In the No. field, you can see the sensor number. In the Name field,
you can set the name for the sensor.
2.
to
activate the functions above when you are back to the main screen.
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Since each card can connect to one external I/O Box, and each I/O
box supports 4 sensor inputs, you can easily determine the Card
No. and Input No. as to where this sensor is connected. In the
Comment field you can add any remarks you have for this sensor.
Any comment left can serve as a reminder for the system manager.
Start/ Stop Monitoring
After the settings are placed completely, click on the button
Sensor ID
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Test
You can test the sensor immediately after you install it.
, and if the test area turns red, it indicates the sensor is
4.
Enable
Check Enable box to activate the previous setting.
5.
Update
Click this button to update the setting.
6.
Restore
In the No. field, you can see the relay number. In the Name field,
you can set the name for the relay.
Click
Closed/ON. If it turns green, it indicates the sensor is Open/Off.
2.
In the Comment field you can add any remarks you have for this
relay. Any comment you left can serve as a reminder for the
system manager.
3.
Click
, and if the test area turns red, it indicates the relay is
ON/HIGH and generates an output signal. If it turns green, it
indicates the relay is OFF/LOW.
Relays to list the relays already been configured.
Relays to add a new relay. Click any
Test
You can test the relay immediately after you install it.
Relays
Right-click the mouse on
Content
Since each card can connect to one External I/O Box, and each box
supports 3 relay outputs, you can easily determine the Card No.
and Output No. as to where this relay is connected.
Click Restore to abort all the changes you made so far and restore
your last settings.
Double-click on
Relay ID
4.
Enable
Check Enable box to activate the previous setting.
5.
Update
Click this button to update the setting.
6.
Restore
desired relay to enter the setup screen of that relay.
Click
to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
After the sensors and relays are configured, you can go to
Alarm
to create alarms that will alert you when specified events take place.
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For sensors, select High (Closed/ON) or Low (Open/OFF) to be the
event condition. Note that for the alarm to be triggered, both
event conditions for the camera and the sensor have to be
met.
Alarms
Double-click on
Alarm to list the alarm already been configured.
You may right-click the mouse on
Alarm to add a new alarm
up to 64 alarms. Click any desired alarm to enter the setup screen of
that alarm.
3.
Action
Recording & Relay Output:
To set actions, check the Recording column of the desired camera
to start recording, and check the Enabled column of the desired
relay to generate outputs when both the event conditions for
cameras and sensors are met.
Relay and Full Screen on Motion retrieve
After an input is triggered, the output of relay and full screen on
motion will revert to normal status after the time you set.
Sound, Call out and Email will be activated
The output ways you designate after an alarm is generated offer
you to decide the deferment once an alarm is triggered.
Full Screen on Motion:
During surveillance, you can have the system to instantly pop up
the image (1-camera display mode) that has motion detected for a
user-defined length of time.
Sound Alarm:
1.
2.
Alarm ID
Check Sound to play a .WAV file when an alarm is triggered. You
can assign the path of a specific .WAV file for the system play, or
In the No. field, you can see the alarm number. Also, you can set
up the alarm name in the Name field.
you can record a new .WAV file by clicking
follow the steps below:
Conditions
A. Click
To set the event condition for cameras, check Motion field of the
desired cameras to make their detected motion as an event to
trigger the alarm. And check Video Loss field of the desired
cameras to make their weak signal or video loss as events to
trigger the alarm.
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recording utility pops up.
B. Click
to start recording.
C. Click
to stop recording.
D. Save it as the .wav file.
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Call Out:
If you have a voice modem installed, you can make the system to
call out to landline/mobile phone or pager (maximum 5 sets in total)
once an alarm is triggered. Follow the following instructions.
clicking
or phone information, click
to add this
number to the table.
A. Check Call Out to enable this function.
c.
Select Dial next line if busy or Dial All. In the
former case, the system will dial the next number
when the current one is busy. But if the call enters
the voice mail of the mobile phone or gets picked up
by an answering machine, the system will act as if the
call-out is completed and won’t dial the next line.
Therefore, it is recommended for you to select the
latter one, in which case the system will dial all
numbers and send the warning message.
d.
The
/
buttons allow you to
update/delete a pager or a landline/mobile phone
number. To update, you need to first select the target
number, key in the updated information, and then
B. Select a correct model for your voice modem from the dropdown menu of Voice Modem Installed.
C. Click
. After you complete the pager
to bring up the dialog box below to set
up the telephone information. Here you should follow the
steps described below to set the landline/mobile phone or the
pager number.
click
.
number and click
To delete, simply select the target
.
Email:
You can email alarm messages once an alarm is triggered. Follow
the instructions below.
A. Check Email to enable this function.
B. Set the interval period and time to send the emergency e-mail.
C. Click
to bring up the dialog box below to set
up the email information.
a.
Select Pager or Phone.
b.
Key in the numbers for the landline/mobile phone or
the pager, whichever you selected in step a. If you’re
setting up a pager info., you can compose a text
message you wish to send to a pager by using
numbers, *, and # in the Message field. If you’re
setting up a phone info., you can browse for a .WAV
file by clicking
or create a new .WAV file by
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Networking
Click
Networking to enter the networking setup page.
Provide information for each field.
• SMTP Server: The domain name of your mail server or IP
address. (eg. avers.com.tw)
• From: The sender’s email address.
• To: The receiver’s email address. Use “;” (semicolon) to
separate each email address.
• Cc: The email address to which you want to send a copy.
• Subject: The subject of this alarm message.
• Alarm Message: The content of this email message.
D.
You can click
to clear all the inputs.
to
save
the
email
settings
or
Click
1.
click
Server IP:
In this filed, enter the IP address of the server for remote clients to
access. Or you can choose from the drop-down menu where lists
all the available IP for your computer.
to exit the dialog box without saving.
4.
Restore
Click
General
Event Log:
This file, “history.log” keeps a record of all IP addresses of the
to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
client’s computer during a remote transmission. You can click
to change it’s location.
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4.
Transmitting Cameras
Here you can select cameras allowed for remote monitoring.
2.
Dynamic DNS
In case a dynamic server is severed, please register a domain
name with the IP address: ddns.avers.com.tw on line. Refer to
Appendix B for the further information.
Enable WebCam Server
Check here to enable WebCam Server for remote monitoring.
Domain Name & Password
Enter the domain name and password given in the process of
registering a domain name or obtain them by asking network
administrator.
Port:
Set the port no. (default 80) for remote transmission.
Ask for password when remote clients login:
Check here if you need remote clients to provide passwords when
they login the WebCam server.
5.
Web Root:
In this field, you need to browse for the path where the WebCam
home page is stored. When the remote client login the WebCam
server, it will link to the WebCam home page from this path.
6.
Update
Whenever the above settings are modified, click
update.
Restore
Click
to abort all the changes you made so far and
restore your last settings.
The WebCam server doesn’t work under servers with
IIS (Internet Information Service) installed.
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7.
Default
Click
Enable Remote View server (Multicast server) via TCP/IP
If you want to transmit images for remote surveillance via TCP/IP,
first check the checkbox to enable this function. Determine a port
in Port box to connect client to a server with TCP port (default
9090). In addition, a firewall NAT function should be configured to
enable the mutual transmission.
The following is the detailed illustration to configure the connection:
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Scheduler
Click
Scheduler to enter the setup page for scheduler.
Schedule Recording
You can
schedule for monitoring, recording, or enabling network server by date
or by weekday. Depending on your needs, after you set all the
schedules, you can only enable the ones you currently need and disable
the rest, which might be used later.
You can choose to set the schedule by date or by weekday by
selecting By Date or By Weekday.
By Date:
If you set the schedule by date, you can key in the date directly or
choose from the drop-down menu and click
to add it to the
column. You can set multiple dates (max 60 days) for
a single task. To take off a date from the column, click on the date
you wish to delete and press [Delete] or [Backspace] on the
keyboard.
By Weekday:
If you set the schedule by weekday, directly choose any day in a
week. Multiple days for a single task are also acceptable.
You can only set future dates to for a schedule. Dates
in the past are not acceptable.
3.
1.
Time
Enable
You can key in the start and ending time for the task in the
following order: hour, minute, and AM/PM. Or use the up/down
button to adjust the time. The start time must be earlier than
the ending time. That means you can’t span the time to the next
day. To schedule a task that covers more than 1 day, you need to
separate it into 2 or more schedules for the same task.
Check this to enable a schedule. Note that you still need to click
after you enable a schedule.
Enabled schedules to
/
monitor/record/enable network server are shown in
whereas disabled schedules are shown in
/
/
/
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Task
If the time of the schedule you set for a task overlaps with
the time of an existing schedule for the same task, the
system will give you a warning message below. In short,
the time of 2 schedules for the same task cannot overlap.
Here you can select the task you’re scheduling for.
Monitor
If you select Monitor, the system will activate this button
on the main menu when the scheduled time is due. The system
will act according to the recording mode set in the
Monitoring
section. Meanwhile, the system will also monitor the event
conditions you set in the
5.
Alarm section for the cameras and
When you select Record or Alarm to be the task, you need to
select the recording cameras here.
sensors and trigger the alarm accordingly.
Record
If you select Record as the task, the system will have the chosen
cameras to start recording at the scheduled time. The task you set
here enjoys higher priority than the recording mode you set for
each camera. That means, even if you have set the camera to
Record when motion detected or Don’t record in the
Monitoring section, the camera will still start recording at the
scheduled time.
Enable Network Server
When this is selected to be the task, the system will load network
server
based on your settings in the
Cameras
6.
Comment
Put your remarks here as a reminder of any schedule.
7.
Add
Click
to add a new schedule to the table after all the
necessary information is filled in this page.
8.
Delete
You can select any task you want to remove from the table and
click
Networking
section and start the remote monitoring for transmitting cameras.
9.
.
Update
Alarm
To update a schedule, select it from the table, revise the
If Alarm box is checked, the Alarm will execute according to the
Alarm section you plan as long as the Time is due. To exercise the
prior privilege of Scheduler, the Alarm will perform by the
scheduled time even though it is not enabled in Alarm section of
System Configuration.
information, and then click
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10. Restore
Click
to abort all the changes made so far for a schedule
and restore its last settings.
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Click
view each camera’s schedules for the task Record.
This table lists all the schedules you have set. You can arrange the
order of the schedules by clicking different buttons.
Click
to view all the scheduled tasks.
Click
Server.
Click
to
to view all schedules for the task Monitor.
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Backup
Double-click on
There are three ways to
backup your files:
Backup to view two backup methods:
Move:
Simply move files from
their original folders to the destination folders you assigned in
the Location field.
Manual Backup and
Schedule Backup. Click either to enter
the setup page for each backup method.
Copy:
Copy files to the destination you assigned in the Location field.
Manual Backup
Click
Operation
to enter the setup page for manual backup.
Delete all. Don’t make copies.:
Simply delete all the files and leave no copies.
2.
Device
Select your backup device (CD-R or Hard
Disk/ZIP) here. If you choose CD-R, you
need to specify the size of the CD-R,
which will limit the size of each recording
folders. After finishing the backup, run a
CD-R burning program, such as Nero Burning, to burn the
folders on CDs.
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Here you need to set the start and ending date/time.
4.
click
Cameras
Select the cameras whose files you want to backup.
Audio to backup the recorded sound files.
5.
Enable
Check this to enable a schedule for a backup. You still need to
Check
2.
after you check to enable a schedule.
Schedule Backup
Statistic
Click
to calculate the number of the selected
files and their total size.
6.
You can set the schedule backup by date or by weekday by
selecting By Date or By Weekday.
Backup
Click
By Date:
If you set the schedule backup by date, you can key in the date
directly or choose from the drop-down menu and click
to start the manual backup.
add it to the
column. You can set multiple dates
(max 60 days) for a backup schedule. To take off a date
from the column, click on the date you wish to delete and press
[Delete] or [Backspace] on the keyboard.
Schedule Backup
Click
to
to enter the setup page for schedule backup. Depending on
By Weekday:
If you set the schedule backup by weekday, directly choose any
day in a week. Multiple days for a backup schedule are also
acceptable.
your needs, after you set all the schedules, you can only enable the
ones you currently need and disable the rest, which might be used later.
3.
Location
You need to specify a destination here to move the backup files if
you check Move To. If you check Delete all. Don’t make
copies., the system will delete all the files and leave no copies.
4.
Start Time
Set the start time of the backup schedule.
5.
Files between the time
Start & End:
The system will look for files of the selected cameras between
the Start and End time you set here. Adjust the time by
hour/minute and AM/PM with the up/down button. Note that
the start time cannot be later than the ending time. That
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means you can’t span the time to the next day. To backup files
that cover more than 1 day, you need to separate the files into 2
or more backup schedules.
11. Restore
Click
to abort all the changes made so far for a
schedule and restore its last settings.
Days before scheduled dates:
You can also backup files X days (user-defined) before the
scheduled dates you put in the Schedule Backup section.
Example:
If you schedule for 2003/05/03 and 2003/05/06, and you enter
“2” in the number of days before scheduled dates field, then the
system will backup on 2003/05/01 and 2003/05/04. So if you
want the system to perform backup on the exact dates you
scheduled, simply input “0” as the number of days before
scheduled dates.
6.
E-Map
Here provides a completely configured map where all cameras, sensors,
and relays are set.
Double-click on
E-Map to list the e-maps already been configured.
Right-click the mouse on
E-Map to add a new e-map. Click
any desired e-maps to enter the setup screen of that e-map.
Camera
Select the cameras whose files you want to backup. Check
Audio to backup the sound files from the selected cameras.
7.
Comment
Put your remarks here to serve as a reminder of a schedule.
8.
Add
After all the necessary information is filled in this page, click
to add a new schedule for a certain task to the table.
All the schedules you have set will show up in the following table.
9.
Delete
Select the schedule you want to remove from the table and click
to delete.
10. Update
Select the schedule you want to update, revise the information,
and then click
to verify the update.
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First define the name of e-map.
2.
Configure e-map
Import
If an image of map (bmp./jpg. formats are supported) has existed,
click Import button to input the image which will be shown on the
right side screen.
Users Information
Click
to enter the setup page for user information.
Edit
If you don’t have an image of map in hand or need to modify the
image, click Edit button to bring out the bmp. or jpg. programs to
create an one or revise it.
3.
Arrange Cameras, Sensors, and Relays
To add a new event, drag the button of Camera, Sensor, or Relay in
the left side field and drop in the desired position of the map. The
buttons not be set up will be disabled. To delete, drag and drop it in
any positions out of the map. Whichever camera you click on, the
monitoring status of which will be displayed in the left bottom field.
4.
Information
Put in some information for each event to be reference during
operation. Each edit box is limited in 32 bytes.
5.
Click Update button to save your current setup.
6.
Click Restore button to recover the previous setup.
7.
Click Default button to change the setup to default settings.
1.
Add New Users
To add a new user, first fill the User ID, Full Name, Comment,
Password, Confirm Password, and Authorization Level
(System Manager, Administrator, Operator and User) fields. Next
select the cameras that can be remotely viewed by this user and
click
2.
.
Remote Visible Camera section
You need to select which cameras and whether the audio files are
accessible remotely for the user you are going to add. You can
check All Cameras to select all, including the audio.
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Load / Stop Network Server
To delete a user, select that user and click Delete.
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5.
6.
Update
System Configuration
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the latest information, and click Update.
System
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Cameras
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During the modification of a user’s information, you can click
Restore to abort all the changes made so far and restore the last
settings.
Audio
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Sensor
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The EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 surveillance system uses
the following 4 authorization levels to classify users through
password control.
Relays
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System Manager
Operator
Alarms
Administrator
User
You need to enter your ID and password to identify your
authorization level when you login/logout, stop/start monitoring, or
load/stop network server. The table below illustrates the privilege
of users from different levels when accessing each function.
E-Map
User Information
Log Viewer
4-Level User
Control
Function / Setup
Start / Stop Monitoring
PTZ Controller
System Admin. Oper. User
Manager
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Start / Stop Audio Recording
4-Camera Display
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9-Camera Display
12-Camera Display
16-Camera Display
1-Camera Enlarged Display
6-Camera Display
8-Camera Display
10-Camera Display
13-Camera Display
Full Screen Display
Start / Stop AutoScan
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Product Models
Focus Camera
The System Manager is allowed to operate all functions and to
configure all settings for the system. The Administrator possesses
all the rights as the System Manager except to set the
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User
Camera Enlarged Display,
Information section of System Configuration. Operator has no
rights to enter System Configuration. The User can only view the
monitoring screen.
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4-Camera Display,
Start/Stop AutoScan.
Full-Screen
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1-Camera Display,
8 EYES Pro/MP3008/MP5008 provides
4-Camera Display,
Camera Enlarged Display,
Display,
8-Camera Display,
Screen Display and
Click this button to split the screen into a 4-camera display. The
screen will first display cameras 1~4. Click it again changes the
display to cameras 5~8. Further clicking will change the display to
cameras 9~12, 13~16, 1~4, and so on. See the following sequence.
1-
6-Camera
9-Camera Display,
Full-
Start/Stop AutoScan.
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6
9
10
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Pro/MP2016/MP3016/MP5016
1-Camera
provides
1-Camera Enlarged Display,
4-Camera Display,
8-Camera Display,
9-Camera Display,
6-Camera Display,
10-Camera Display,
16-Camera Display,
AutoScan.
12-Camera Display,
9-Camera Display
Click this button to split the screen into a 9-camera display. The
screen will first display the camera 1~9. Click it again changes the
display to camera 5~13. Further clicking will change the display to
cameras 9~1, 13~5, 1~9, and so on. See the following sequence.
13-Camera Display,
Full-Screen Display and
Start/Stop
Display Modes
Each display mode is illustrated in the grids below.
grids represent the camera number.
Numbers in the
1-Camera Display
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2
3
5
6
7
4
5
6
8
9
10
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8
9
11
12
13
9
10
11
13
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15
Click this button to view image from a single camera. If you have
more than one camera installed, you can click any number
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13
14
16
1
2
(Focus Camera) to switch to a specific
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5
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1-Camera Enlarged Display
Click this button to split the screen into a 12-camera display. The
screen will first display the camera 1~12. Click it again changes the
display to camera 5~16. Further clicking will change the display to
cameras 9~4, 13~8, 1~12, and so on. See the following sequence.
Click this button to split the screen into a 1-camera enlarged display.
Further clicking will change the enlarged image to the next camera.
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16
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6/8/10/13-Camera Display
Click this button to split the screen into a 6/8/10/13-camera display.
Further clicking will change the enlarged image to the next camera.
Full Screen Display
Click this button to switch to full screen from all display modes.
16-Camera Display
Click this button to split the screen into a 16-camera display.
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Start / Stop AutoScan
AutoScan allows you to view each camera image in numerical sequence
under 1-Cam Display mode. To enable this function, you need to go to
the
System section of System Configuration to check AutoScan
and define the scan interval. After this function is enabled, return to
the main menu and click this button to start/stop the AutoScan function.
During AutoScan, you can click
jump to any camera.
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Focus Camera
The number on each button represents the camera number.
buttons show the status (
enabled /
E-Map
These
disabled) of each
camera. Under all display modes, when you click any of the camera
number from the focus camera buttons, that particular camera will be
switched to the first camera in display.
E-Map section of System Configuration,
After the configuring in the
click this button to view the e-maps.
Camera
Image
Start / Stop Monitoring
to start/stop monitoring. If the system is recording videos
Click
from a camera, a red triangle will appear in the upper left corner of the
image frame. If you set this camera image to be recorded upon
detected motion, a green triangle will show up together with the red
one when you click
Information
Area
to start monitoring.
While monitoring, the system simultaneously monitors the cameras and
sensors for the conditions you set in the
Alarms section of System
Configuration. Once both conditions for cameras and sensors are met,
the corresponding alarm will be triggered.
1.
Chose a map to view by clicking the map button
2.
Check out Cameras, Sensors, Relays on the map
Focus on the desired event by clicking on the event button on the
map.
Audio section of System Configuration, once the detected volume is
greater than the sensitivity, the system will start to record the sound for
a user-defined length of time. It will then save the .WAV file to the path
you specified. Note that the auto sound detection only works
while the system is recording images from the camera.
3.
Monitoring Cameras, Sensors, and Relays
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Click this button to start/stop recording audio. Here it shows the
volume of the current environment. According to the settings in the
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If any event is focused, the relative information will present in the
information field; otherwise, you can monitor the status of the
camera in the right upper window. The different colors of the
icons on the map window will turn to different flashing colors
accounting for as follows:
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Status
Yellow
Normal
Icon
Color
Status
Yellow
Normal
Red
Activated
Yellow
Normal
Log Viewer
Camera
Blue
Video Loss
Green
Motion
Detection
Camera
Camera
Sensor
Sensor
Relay
Relay
4.
Log viewer allows you to playback log files from single channel as well
as from 4/9/16 channels simultaneously. All the functions here will be
introduced in operational order.
Click this button to enter the following log viewer page.
Video Search
Event Search
Red
Activated
Intelligent Search
Exit
Enable/Disable
Audio Playback
Click Exit to leave for main menu.
Playback
Display
Mode
Load / Close Network Server
Click this button to load/close the network server, which allows for
remote surveillance (Web Cam/RemoteManager). You will need to
provide a password to identify your authorization level before the
system actually loads/closes the network server. To configure the
network settings, go to the
Networking section of System
Configuration.
Playback Speed Control
Event Indicator
Time of the currently playing file
System Configuration
Refer to section 4.1 - System Configuration.
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End time of the file
Start time of the file search
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Adjustment,
Zoom In,
Zoom Out,
Print, and
Save
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Select Display Mode
B. Play
When you enter this page, first select the display mode by clicking
(1 Channel),
(4 Channels),
(16 Channels).
Click the
Playback button to play files from start to
end. You can also manually drag the slide bar in the directly to
(9 Channels), and
You can also click these buttons to switch
the frame you want to play and click the
Playback
button. The lines in the event indicator represent time points
where the specified event has taken place.
display mode during playback. To switch to a specific camera, click
…
2.
to play videos of that camera.
Audio Playback
If you also want to play audio files, click
playback.
3.
to enable audio
4.
Playback Control
Once you start to playback videos, you can use the following
function buttons during playback.
Select Files to Play
Previous Frame
Next you need to choose files that you want to playback.
Move to Start
A. Select Time
to select the date & time for
Click
the start time (on the left) and end time (on the right)
respectively. The system will instantly show video data that
has motion (default event) detected during the specified time
frame in the event indicator below.
5.
Pause
Next Frame
Move to End
Reverse Playback
Playback
Playback Speed Control
You can click the up and down buttons from
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Image Quality
Click
to adjust the image quality.
brightness, contrast, color and saturation.
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playback speed. You can choose from 8, 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/8
times of the normal speed.
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Zoom
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B. Click
/
Print & Save
Print or
the camera no. button to select the
camera no. which is switchable during searching.
C. Select the required recorded file from the Video Table list and
click Close to hide the window.
D. Once the Video Table hides, the initial and end time and status of
the chosen file will be shown on the left bottom of the window
where the start and end time of the files and event indicator locate.
to zoom in/out the image.
During playback, you can click the
…
Save
buttons to print or save the current image.
Note that every image you save with the format of
bmp. provides the functions of anti-counterfeit and
anti-destruction. You can access Image Verify from
Programs to make verification for the saved images.
E. Click
Playback button to display the recorded file. During
playing, the indicator in event indicator will move with the display
going and show the playing time in the field of the start time of
the file.
F. Click Search Result to pop up the previous Video Table
searching list and take the steps above to review the recorded file.
Video Search
Note that the searched peaks in Event indicator field in this
section denote the time points of starting recording instead of
the file positions. Therefore, a peak (not everyone) is likely to
be displayed by clicking on a showed peak directly in Event
indicator field.
Searches the recorded files shown in tree diagram by year/ month/
date/ hour/ minute/ second consequence.
To enable this function, complete the following tasks:
A. Click Video Search and the Video Table searching list will pop up
such as the following window:
Event Search
Searches the recorded files by the alarm condition and action within a
specified period of time.
To make the function workable, complete the following steps:
A. Click Event Search and the playback control panel will turn into
the condition search panel as follows:
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going and show the displaying time of the file in the field of the
start time of the file.
I. Click Search Result to pop up the previous Event Table
searching list and take the steps above to review the recorded file.
Note that the searched purplish red peaks in Event indicator
field denote the recorded files that can be displayed on
clicking them. However, the other searched peaks with other
colors indicate the generations by the selected events that
can’t be displayed on clicking them.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Choose the camera display mode
… (1, 4, 9, 16 ch)
from playback display mode.
Set up the initial and end time for searching in the time fields on
the left bottom of the window.
Choose the search condition as the specified condition to search
the file from the condition search panel; Motion detections, video
loss, sensor inputs, relay outputs, audio, system call out, alarm
recording.
Click Search Result to start searching and the coincident
recorded files will be shown on the pop-up Event Table searching
list.
Click Stop Search to stop searching if necessary.
Select the desired recorded files and click OK to hide Event Table.
Meanwhile, the status of the files will be seen on event indicator
and the playback control panel pops up to replace the condition
search panel.
H. Click
Intelligent Search
Searches the recorded files by Mask Area and Search Interval with a
specified period of time.
To enable this function, complete the steps below:
A. Click Intelligent Search and the playback control panel will be
replaced by the search condition setting panel such as the
following window:
Playback button on the playback control panel, or,
otherwise move the indicator on event indicator directly to display
the files. During playing, the indicator will move with the display
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Playback on the playback control panel, or, otherwise
move the indicator in event indicator directly to display the file.
During playing, the indicator will move with the display going and
show the displaying time of the file in the field of the start time of
the file.
I.
9.
Click Search Result to pop up the previous Intelligent Table
searching list and take the steps above to review the recorded file.
Exit
Click the
B.
Click
…
the camera no. button to select the camera
no. which is switchable during searching.
C. Set up the initial and end time for searching in the time fields.
D. Determine a time value for Search Interval.
E. Drag out a mask area with Mask Area and color box devices for
the specified detecting area.
F. Click Search Result to start searching and the coincidently
recorded files will show the searching list on pop-up Intelligent
Table.
G. Select the desired file and click OK to hide Intelligent Table.
Meanwhile, the status of the file will be seen on Event indicator
and the playback panel pops up to replace the search condition
setting panel.
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PTZ Controller
Press the + and – buttons any time during surveillance to
increase/decrease the focal length to get a clearer image.
When you click this button, the PTZ control interface will pop up and
allows you to control your PTZ cameras. Click this button again to hide
this interface.
Zoom
Direction buttons
Zoom In/Out
Press the + and – buttons any time during surveillance to zoom
in/out the object.
Speed buttons
Focus In/Out
AutoPan Path Group
AutoPan
Preset Position No.
Anytime during the surveillance you can turn the camera to any
desired position by directly clicking on buttons 1~16.
Preset Position No.
AutoPan Path Group
These buttons allow you to select the path of the AutoPan.
1.
example, if you click
PTZ Control
For
and then click the
AutoPan button, the AutoPan will do a scan from preset position
5Æ6, 6Æ7, 7Æ8, 8Æ5, 5Æ6 …… until you click the
again.
AutoPan
Direction & Speed
You need to first choose the group of the AutoPan paths, and then
click this button to run the AutoPan. If you don’t choose a path
You may click the buttons on the outer circle to adjust the camera’s
direction during surveillance. The inner circle contains buttons for
4 levels of PTZ rotating speed. Click on them to change the speed.
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warning will show up.
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Alarm / Relay /Sensor Status
The PTZ camera will run AutoPan based on your preset position
settings. For example, if
is chosen and the Dwell/Speed
of preset position 1 and 2 are 3 seconds/30 ° per second and 6
seconds/90°per second.
Therefore, once you click the
AutoPan button, the camera
first turns at a speed of 30°/sec from its current position to position
1 and stays for 3 seconds, then from position 1 to 2 at a speed of
90 ° /sec and stays for 6 seconds. The camera continues to go
On the right side of the main surveillance
window is a panel that shows alarm, relay and
sensor status. Installed sensors are shown in
bright color while not installed ones remain
dark. Once a sensor is activated, the color will
turn yellow.
For relays, installed ones are
shown in bright color and activated ones turn
yellow color.
When an alarm is triggered, the
around in such a fashion (2Æ3, 3Æ4, 4Æ1, 1Æ2, …..)
PTZ cameras of different makes can have different ways to
run the AutoPan function and might differ from the above.
Refer to the respective user’s manual of the PTZ camera.
2.
Exit PTZ Controller
Simply click
to exit from PTZ controller interface.
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clicking on this button will bring up the following dialog box.
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The red dot next to the camera/sensor number indicates that the event
condition for this particular camera/sensor has been met. The green
dot indicates no event occurs. And the blue dots means the video
signal is too weak or the video cable has been disconnected (video loss.)
The list below lists all events in time order.
Network Status
This area presents you the current network status. You can also click
in the upper-right corner of the main surveillance window to get a
full list of network related events.
You may click the Reset button to clear the triggered alarms including
camera recording, siren or other relay outputs. However, this action
requires a password to confirm your authorization level. Click the Save
button to save all alarm records. Click the Close button to close the
dialog box.
Hard Disk Status
This area shows the remaining hard disk space and time (in hours) for
video recording. When you double-click on this area, a dialog box that
lists all recording-related events and disk space will pop up.
Note that
will flash in maroon color during data transmission.
Date / Time
Here shows the date and time.
Exit / Re-login EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
When you want to exit or re-login the system, click
You can click the Save button to save the events. Or click the Recycle
button for the system to check if the hard disk needs to start recycling.
Click the Cancel button to exit.
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Chapter 5 Using the WebCam
You can monitor images from the AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/
MP3000/MP5000 server using Internet Explorer browser.
The
AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 system has built in HTTP
protocol and web server services.
Note that WebCam function must be running in Internet
Explorer with version 5.5 or above.
5.1 Enable WebCam
Before you start monitoring from the remote browser, verify that the
AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 server has finished the
following settings.
1.
Click
to stop monitoring and logout.
to login the EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000
Click
surveillance system as another user.
Click
window.
to cancel the logout and go back to the surveillance
Click
to minimize the surveillance window.
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Access Internet Options setting from Control Panel as the
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Select Security page to
configure Internet and
Local internet sectors
respectively.
b.
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Click
at the bottom of the main menu to enable the
networking function.
Click Custom Level button
to pup up the following
dialog. Check Enable or
Prompt radio button both
in
Download
signed
ActiveX
controls
and
Download
unsigned
ActiveX controls.
Enable Web Cam (see
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•
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•
Load Network Server
5.2 Use the WebCam
You can browse the home page of WebCam with Microsoft IE to access
desired server by key in the IP or domain name of which.
Networking)
Verify IP address.
Select cameras to perform remote transmission.
Check Enable WebCam server.
Click the Update button and exit the dialog box.
When you enter the home page, you can see the system defaults to 1Camera display.
You can click these buttons to change different
numbers of split display:
1-Camera Display (640x480)
4-Camera Display (320x240)
6-Camera Display (320x240)
8-Camera Display (Enlarged: 480x360, Small: 160x120)
9-Camera Display (320x240)
10-Camera Display (Enlarged: 320x240, Small: 160x120)
16-Camera Display (160x120)
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Chapter 6 RemoteManager
to switch the screen to display the following
number, you can click
cameras. For example, the server has assigned camera 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10,
13, and 16, in total 8 cameras for remote transmission.
6.1 Accessing RemoteManager
If you select 4-Camera Display,
You need to install the remote surveillance program RemoteManager
from the CD-ROM (See Chapter 3 - Software Installation.)
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The RemoteManager program allows you to manage the server from a
workstation almost as if you were working from the server console. This
will allow you to be able to configure the server from a remote location.
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Date
Rest / Total HDD Space
Screen Split
Center Management
PTZ Control
Playback
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cameras to different channels. Click
Start Recording
in Server Channel No. corresponding
drop down menu
to camera no. If the selected cameras are not remote viewable, then
the image on the screen will not change.
Exit RemoteManager
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Once you first start the program by
clicking the shortcut of Remote Manager
on your desktop, a Login dialog right side
will prompt you to enter the user ID and
password to access to the program. Note
that only “root” is the acceptable user ID
for the initial access. And a User
Management window for permitting the
beginning into the system will be seen. To set the setting of the
permission, refer to the 6.3.1 Center Management for the detailed
description.
If a camera is disconnected to the
server or the signal from the
server is disconnected to the local
camera, the image will show as
above on the screen. The signal
will be picked up at an interval of
one minute until it is received.
Display Mode
Select a display mode to arrange the presentation of the screen.
Full Screen
Alarm Report
4-Cam Display
The image will turn into red and be flashing once an alarm is triggered.
An alarm message with the detailed alarm status will be seen after you
click on it. It will help you control the situation of surveillance.
1-Cam Display
9-Cam Display
12-Cam Display
No matter what channel mode you choose, you can assemble the
channels as you wish by clicking Channel Status
to meet the
amount of the mode. For example, if you choose 4-Cam display mode,
you can click 4-Cam display (1,4, 8, 13), (3, 5, 7, 8), or other groups of
the channels to meet the quantity of 4 channels mode.
Channel Status
An area where the status of all the channels will be shown as the
following description and is with a tip of channel’s, server’s, camera’s
names while your cursor points the button:
Dark Gray
All Disabled
Flashing Pale Gray
Video loss
Azure
Normal and the image is displayed on the screen
Dull Blue
Normal but the image had been disabled to display
Pink Red
Recording and the image is displayed on the screen
Dark Red
Recording but the image had been disabled to display
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6.2.1
If a camera is not enabled,
the image from this camera
will show as the image above
(gray scale) on the screen.
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6.2.2
User Management provides the easy management to safeguard the
system from the unidentified users. Only the root is authorized to
configure this section.
To achieve the setting, complete the following steps:
1. Click User Management. The following window will appear:
Storage Configuration
Assign Recording Disks
First you need to assign the recording
disks for your folders’ storage. Click
to browse for the folder to save
the recorded videos in a specific path
and click Add button to create it. Pay
a particular attention on the path
definition, the path where the
recording files locate has built-in a
“\USER\ your ID\” folder., i.e., an
indicated
path ”C:\Surveillance\recording” by a
root should be searched with the path
“C:\Surveillance\recording\USER\root.
” You can click Delete button to remove anyone of the recording disks,
as long as there is at least 1 disk left to save the recording data.
Minimum Space & Safety Quota
Next you need to provide the minimum space and safety quota for hard
disk recycling. During hard disk recycling, the newly recorded files will
overwrite the old ones. This way the system will not run out of hard
disk space to save the recorded videos.
Minimum Space:
The system will start hard disk recycling when the hard disk free space
is less than a user-defined number. The user-defined number has to be
greater than 450MB, the system defaults to 450MB.
2. Use Add/Delete/Rename button to arrange User field.
3. Determine a password and make a confirmation.
4. Click Save to save the setup of password.
5. Click OK to save or Cancel to delete the previous arrangement.
6. Back to main menu by clicking
Safety Quota:
Once the hard disk starts recycling, the system won’t stop until the hard
disk free space becomes more than a user-defined number, say 6000MB
(default value). Safety quota should be at least 5550 MB more
than the minimum space you assigned.
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The setting is placed according to the privilege of every server for the
cameras corresponding to the 16 channels respectively.
Follow the tasks below to finish this section:
1. Click Camera Setup. It will show a window like the following:
2. Change channel’s names by directly click on
.
3. Arrow down the list to select the Server’s and Camera’s names for
each channel.
4. Check Display to show the images on the screen and Recording to
enable the recording function for each channel.
5. Click OK to save or Cancel to delete the previous arrangement.
Do the steps following:
1. Click Schedule Recording
to get the window besides:
2. Check the recording by date or
by weekday and choose the
time by clicking the arrow of
. The
the box
following window will show as:
The listed servers and cameras in the pull-down menu are
decided by the settings of the each of the servers.
6.2.4
3. Click on the yy/mm position directly and use the upper left and
upper right arrows and the red circle in the bottom left corner
window to specify a date to be an operating time.
Schedule Recording
The function allows you to plan the recording schedule by date or
weekday for all the channels.
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4. Click
to confirm the time setting. A settled time will appear
on the right blank box. Click Delete to delete the previous time
setting.
5. Set the Start and End time by the up and down arrows
in
Time field.
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6. Check the desired cameras to be involved into the schedule in
Camera field.
7. Mentioned comment is allowed by using Add/ Delete/ Update/
Restore buttons for the further information while recording.
8. Click Ok to save or Cancel to delete the previous arrangement.
The following is the detailed illustration to configure the connection:
Once the recording has been generated as the schedule, the recording
status is observed in Channel Status field.
6.2.5
Network Setup
If you want to transmit images for remote surveillance via TCP/IP,
first click this button to pop up the following dialogue.
6.2.6
Sensor Status
The sensor status is viewed on the
consequent window by clicking this
button.
1.
2.
Select TCP port connecting to server via Auto assignment or
specify at least 32 ports at a range from 1025 to 65535 for
transferring image and receiving commands.
Click OK to save the setting or Cancel to quit the dialogue without
saving.
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Relay Status
The relay status is viewed on the
consequent window by clicking this
button. Otherwise, you can set the
duration of the relay output after a relay
triggered. Note that the duration
value ”0” denotes the incessant relay
output.
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2.
Alarm Control
Once the function “Enable Remote View server via TCP/IP” in
the setting of Networking section in system configuration has been
checked, you are allowed to add a new server via TCP/IP.
It is available to choose the server and
decide to enable or disable the
corresponding alarms.
1.
Click Alarm Control to see the
window for alarm status.
2.
To enable an alarm, simply click on
in the Status column and
change the status to
.
3.
Click the OK button to save the
setting.
6.2.9
Connection via TCP/IP
Back to Main Menu
Back to the main menu by clicking this button.
Before arranging center manager section, please make sure
RemoteView server enabled in networking section of
System Configuration.
6.3 Operating the RemoteManager
6.3.1
Center Management
Users can take advantage of this section to manage the connectable
servers’ detailed information. The setting should be placed before you
commence configuring the system at the first time.
To offer the complete information, finish the steps below:
1. Click Center Manager button and the following window appears:
2.
Click Add to include an
available server to server
list. The Add
Server
window will show as follows
or click Delete or Update
to modify the setting.
3.
The
There are two ways to connect server:
1.
Connection via Modem to Modem (refer to Appendix A for the
connection):
First you should connect to the server manually via modem before
accessing RemoteManager. Then, it is allowed to add a new server
as a dial-up server is installed by server and a dial-up networking
established by client.
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Finish the user’s information given by the specified server.
Conneting quality
Here allows user to pick a proper conneting speed for each server
to adjust the network quaility. Drag the slide bar to select one
connecting speed out of 11 levels. Namely, if the update of the
image is almost failed, you sould to increase the connectining
speed. Note that the higher quality needs the higher baud rate.
Click OK to save to add the new server in center management or
Cancel to quit the setting.
LAN will be listed automatically on the left side of the dialog. You
can highlight the server which you want to add and click OK or
directly double click the server to add a new multicast server.
Note that the connecting speed in remote client had better
meet with that in server.
6.
4.
5.
In order to add a new server in WAN, enter the IP Address or
domain name of the desired server and the same port number as
the setting in Networking section of the server (default 9090).
Check Use Dial-Up Networking to configure the further setting of
network if the network connection is via modem to modem. Click
OK to start connecting or Cancel to quit the dialog.
The following pop-up window of Add Server will show the Server
Name automatically if the IP Address is correct and has been
connected. In that case the server name doesn’t show up, please
check the connection between server and remote client.
You will be prompted to click OK in the following window to into the
Camera Setup window once one of the users of server has been
deleted. About the instruction
of the Camera Setup, please
refer to 6.2.3 Camera Setup
section.
7.
Repeat the steps above to add a new server. The maximum
numbers of server are limited in 16 for the 16 channels.
6.3.2
If the port number has been changed in server end, please
delete the server and set a new one.
Once in the playback mode, users can view log files recorded in the
local/remote hard disks. Click this button and select the kind of file you
want for playback: Local Playback or Remote Playback.
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Local Playback
1. Click Playback to display the screen below.
Move to Start
Move to End
Previous Frame
Next Frame
Slide Bar
You can drag the slide bar directly to the frame you want to play.
/
Zoom In/Out
Click the buttons to zoom in or out the images.
Image Quality
You can adjust the brightness, contrast, hue and saturation.
Print
Click the button to print the current image.
2. From the cameras’ list shown in time diagram, choose the desired
camera folder first and the time folder by yy/mm/dd then.
Consequently, the files ranged within the selected time will be listed
in time sequence in the file directory.
The files are located on the local computer so that only the
enabled cameras by local user will be found in the file list.
3. Highlight the file you want to review and use the buttons below to
control the video playback.
Save
Use the playback panel to choose a desired frame and then click Save
button.
Delete
Click the button to delete the current file and make sure by clicking Ok
button on the pop-up window.
Playback
Backup
Click this button to playback the selected file.
Reverse Playback.
When you review the log files, you can click this button to save the files
onto your local disk.
Pause
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1.
3.
Refer to the 2~3 steps in the previous Local playback section to
view the files.
4.
Back to the main menu by clicking
Select Remote Playback to configure the further setting
6.3.3
.
PTZ Control
Time
Once you have installed a PTZ camera, the functional utility will help
you to exert the control on the surveillance.
Determine a start time and the duration (up to 60 minutes) by
clicking on the arrows.
To enable the function, follow with the steps below:
1. Click PTZ Control to show the following window:
Channel
Check the desired channels to display while playback.
2.
Click OK to save the setup or Cancel without any saving to enter
remote playback window below:
2. Designate a channel
for the further setting.
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Preset Position Setup
Each PTZ camera can set 16 preset positions. You can move the camera
to a desired preset position simply by clicking on the number of the
preset position. To set a preset position, first select the number of the
preset position and set the direction speed.
Then configure the
camera’s position with the directional control buttons, focus in/focus out
buttons, and zoom in/zoom out buttons. Finally set the stay time,
rotation speed, and click the Save button.
During AutoPan, this button determines the time for the camera to stay
(1~60 seconds) at one position before rotating to the next position.
Rotation Speed (deg/s)
You can set the speed (5~255 deg/s) by the left and right arrows at
which the camera rotates from its current position to the next preset
position.
Save
Direction Control
Adjust the camera’s direction with the following eight buttons; Up /
Down / Left / Right / Upper Left / Bottom Left / Upper Right / Bottom
Right.
After you finish setting a preset position, you need to click this button to
save it and go on to set the next preset position.
Clear
Direction Speed
Click this button to clear the setting for the current preset position.
There are four speeds to decide the moving speed of the PTZ camera
during adjusting Direction Control
Group
Each PTZ camera has 4 groups to comply with the position sequences
as follows:
Group 1: 1~4 positions
Group 2: 5~8 positions
Group 3: 9~12 positions
Group 4:13~16 positions
Focus in
Decrease the focal length of the camera to focus on the image.
Focus out
Increase the focal length of the camera to focus on the image.
AutoPan
Choose a group number first, and click this button to enable this
function.
Zoom in
Zoom in to enlarge the image of the object.
Back to Main Menu
Zoom out
Click here to back to main menu.
Zoom out to reduce the image of the object.
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Modem-to-Modem Connection
Start Recording
Manually enable the recording setting arranged in the Schedule
Recording section by clicking this button. Meanwhile, the recording
status is visible in the Channel Status field and Start Recording
button will turn into transparent red.
6.5
To run RemoteManager over a direct Modem-to-Modem connection
between the AVerMedia EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 server and
the remote client, follow the instructions in the section of the operating
system you are using.
When using Modem-to-Modem connection, if the AVerMedia
EYES Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 server is running on a
Windows 98 system, the client cannot login from a Windows
2000 or Windows XP system. The client can only login from
a Windows 98 system when the server is running on a
Windows 98 system. It is suggested that the server run
with Windows 2000 or Windows XP system.
Exit RemoteManager
Click this button to exit RemoteManager. First a password control
window will prompt you to enter the password to make sure your
authorization. Then a window below will appear to confirm the quit.
Click OK to exit or Cancel to back to the system
A.1 Windows 98SE / Windows Me
1.
Server:
A.
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Install the Dial-up Server. Go to Control Panel and doubleclick Add/Remove Programs. Select the Windows Setup
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Select Communication and click
. The
Communication dialog box will show up. Check the box next
to Dial-up Server and click the OK button.
Dial-up Networking. You will enter the window below.
E.
C.
Click the OK button in the Add/Remove Programs
Properties dialog box and the system will start to install the
Dial-up Server. If you’re using Windows 98SE, you will be
prompted to insert the Windows 98SE CD-ROM.
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After finished installing the Dial-up Server, you need to enable
the Dial-up Server. Go to
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications and click
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Check Allow caller access to enable the Dial-up Server. Click
B.
Provide the server’s telephone number, including the area code,
and click the Next button to finish creating the new connection.
C.
Go back to the Dial-up Networking window and double-click
the connection you just created. In the Connect to dialog box,
enter any User name and the Password set in step F of the
to set the login password and then click
to change the server type. Select PPP
from the drop-down menu and then click the OK button to
finish the ISDN setup for the server end.
2.
server’s ISDN setup procedure.
Client:
A.
Go
to
Click
connecting
to
the
Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 server.
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications
and click Dial-up Networking.
Double-click Make New
Connection to bring up the Make New Connection wizard.
Enter the server’s name and select the ISDN device you are
using. Click the Next button to continue.
to start
AVerMedia
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D. After you get connected, access Start Æ Programs Æ Digital
Video Surveillance System Æ RemoteManager to launch
RemoteManager. Refer to Chapter 6 RemoteManager to login.
(Default IP address: 192.168.55.1)
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C.
Select the ISDN device you’re using and click the Next button.
1. Server:
A.
Go
to
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications
Wizard. Click the Next button. and click Network and Dialup Connections. In the Network and Dial-up Connections
window, double-click Make New Connection to bring up the
Network Connection
D. Select Allow virtual private connections and click the Next
button.
B.
Select Accept incoming connections and click the Next
button.
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Select users allowed to connect to this computer from the list
or click
to create new users.
G. Check the boxes next to Allow callers to access my local
area network and Specify TCP/IP addresses. Set the
From IP as 192.168.55.1 and the To IP as 192.168.55.2.
Click the OK button and then click the Next button in the
Network Connection Wizard.
For each user,
to set the user’s password, which is
click
required when the user login the server. After you finish, click
the Next button to continue.
F.
Make sure that Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is selected and
click
to
enter
the
Incoming
H.
TCP/IP
Properties dialog box.
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Click the Finish button to complete the ISDN setup for the
server end.
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2. Client:
A. Go
C.
to
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications
Provide the server’s telephone number, including the area code,
and click the Next button.
and click Network and Dial-up Connections.
In the
Network and Dial-up Connections window, double-click
Make New Connection to bring up the Network Connection
Wizard. Click the Next button.
D. Select For all users and click the Next button.
B. Select Dial-up to private network and click the Next button.
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Click the Finish button to complete the connection setup.
A.3 Windows XP
1.
Server:
A.
Go
to
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications
and click New Connection Wizard. Click the Next button.
F.
Go back to the Network and Dial-up Connections window
and double-click the connection you just created. In the dialog
box, enter any User name and the Password set in step E of
the server’s ISDN setup procedure. Click
connecting
to
the
Pro/MP2016/MP3000/MP5000 server.
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to start
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B.
G.
After you get connected, access Start Æ Programs Æ Digital
Video Surveillance System Æ RemoteManager to launch
RemoteManager. Refer to Chapter 6 RemoteManager to login.
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Select Set up an advanced connection and click the Next
button.
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Select Accept incoming connections and click the Next
button.
E.
Select Allow virtual private connections and click the Next
button.
F.
Select users allowed to connect to this computer from the list
or click
Select the ISDN device you’re using and click the Next button.
to create new users.
For each user,
click
to set the user’s password, which is
required when the user login the server. After you finish, click
the Next button to continue.
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Make sure that Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is selected and
click
to
enter
the
Incoming
I.
TCP/IP
Click the Finish button to complete the ISDN setup for the
server end.
Properties dialog box.
H.
Check the boxes next to Allow callers to access my local
area network and Specify TCP/IP addresses. Set the
From IP as 192.168.55.1 and the To IP as 192.168.55.2.
Click the OK button and then click the Next button in the
Network Connection Wizard.
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2.
Client:
A.
Go
to
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications
and click New Connection Wizard. Click the Next button.
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B.
Select Connect to the Internet and click the Next button.
D.
Select Connect using a dial-up modem and click the Next
button.
C.
Select Set up my connection manually and click the Next
button.
E.
Enter the name of this connection and click the Next button.
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Provide the server’s telephone number, including the area code,
and click the Next button.
H.
Click the Finish button to complete the connection setup.
I.
Go
to
StartÆProgramsÆAccessoriesÆCommunications
and click Network Connections. Double-click the connection
you just created. In the dialog box, enter any User name and
the Password set in step F of the server’s ISDN setup
G.
Enter any User name and the Password set in step F of the
server’s ISDN setup procedure. Click the Next button to
continue.
procedure.
J.
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to start connecting to the
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After you get connected, access Start Æ Programs Æ Digital
Video Surveillance System Æ RemoteManager to launch
RemoteManager. Refer to Chapter 6 RemoteManager to login.
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Appendix B Registering Domain
Name on DDNS Server
3.
Please provide the following user information, Host Name,
Password, E-mail, Company, and Country to complete the
registration procedures.
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service), a data query service chiefly
used on Internet for translating domain names into Internet addresses.
It is allowed the remote clients intelligently search dynamic servers
without any previous enquiring for servers’ Internet addresses.
Note
that
Host
Name
and
Domain
Name
(AVerMedia.avers.com.tw) are the replacement for Internet
address while a remote client tends to search a dynamic
server.
In order to take advantage of the intelligent service, please first register
your domain name on the website: ddns.avers.com.tw
1.
User Login
Browse the website ddns.avers.com.tw with Microsoft IE or
Netscape Navigator to access the following dialogue.
First input the serial number of your product 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.
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Appendix C Image Verification
The system already includes ImageVerify program in the system CD.
After installation or copying ImageVerify program file. follow these
steps to install and run ImageVerify program:
1. open the “tools” folder in EYE Pro digital video surveillance system
CD.
2. copy ImageVerify.tar.gz to hard drive.
3. Un-zip the file.
4. the steps to execute the ImageVerify program as follows
a. setup/start program
Installation / Run After install digital video surveillance system in
Windows 98SE / Me / 2000 Pro / XP Pro, click start->program
This program can only verify un-compressed bmp image file
files-> EYE Pro digital video surveillance system ->Image
Verification to execute the program.
After the installation, you can open installed folder, copy this file
C. verify image file. Click 'verify' button to begin the process
'ImageVerification.exe' and run on other computer.
b. Load the image file to start verifying file
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D. result
(1) If file is not modified, same picture will show in the right side
result picture box
LIMITED WARRANTY
AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. warrants that this product to be free of
defects resulting from faulty manufacturing or components under the following
terms:
WARRANTY LENGTH
Labor is warranted for 15 months from the date of purchase.
Replacement products will be warranted for the remainder of the 15-month
warranty period or 30 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
(2) If the file is modified, it will display
manufacturing of this product. The following are not covered by the warranty.
a warning dialog box. In result box,
1.
it will highlight the area which is
Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or
removed.
been changed.
2.
Damage, deterioration, or malfunction resulting from:
A. 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.
B. Misapplication of service by someone other than the manufacturer’s
representative.
C. Any shipment damages. (Claims must be made with carriers.)
D. Any other cause that does not relate to a product defect.
3.
Cartons, cases, batteries, cabinets, tapes, or accessories used with the
product.
4.
AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. 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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WHAT WE WILL AND WILL NOT PAY FOR
We will pay labor and material expenses for covered items. However, we will not
pay for the following:
1.
2.
3.
Removal or installation charges.
Shipping charges.
Any incidental charges.
EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES
THE
MANUFACTURER’S
SOLE
OBLIGATION
AND
LIABILITY
UNDER
THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF A DEFECTIVE
PRODUCT AT OUR OPTION. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT, IN ANY EVENT, BE
LIABLE TO THE PURCHASER OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE
(INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE AND LOSS OF BUSINESS) OR
LIABILITY LIMITATIONS OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES.
There are no other oral or written warranties, expressed or implied, including but
not limited to those of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Any
implied warranties are limited in duration to 15 months from the date of purchase.
STATE LAW AND YOUR WARRANTY
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
granted under state law. These rights vary from state to state.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Taiwan & International
No. 135, Jian Yi Rd., Chung Ho City, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-2226-3630
FAX: 886-2-3234-4842
Web Site: www.avers.com.tw
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