AVerMedia

AVerMedia
AVerMedia ®
NV 3000/5000/6000/7000/7000H
Digital Video Recording System
User Manual
FCC NOTICE
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.
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 product is conformity with the protection requirements of EU Council
Directives 89/336/EEC amended by 92/31/EEC on the laws of the Member
States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
Warning- This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures to correct this interference.
DISCLAIMER
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.
TRADEMARKS
AVerMedia is a trademark of AVerMedia  TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. IBM PC is
a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
Microsoft is a registered trademark and W indows is a trademark of
Microsoft Corporation. All other products or corporate names mentioned in
this documentation are for identification and explanation purposes only, and
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Following information is only for EU-member states:
The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not be
treated as household waste. By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this product. For more detailed information about recycling of
this product, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION ............................................. 1
NV3000 Package..........................................................................................................1
NV5000 Package..........................................................................................................1
NV6000 Package..........................................................................................................1
NV7000 Package..........................................................................................................2
NV7000H Package .......................................................................................................2
OSD kit (optional) .........................................................................................................2
NV3000 Card Parts.......................................................................................................3
NV5000 Card Parts.......................................................................................................3
NV6000 Card Parts.......................................................................................................3
NV7000 Card Parts.......................................................................................................4
NV7000H Card Parts....................................................................................................4
IR USB Receiver Part & Connection............................................................................4
Manual Conventions.....................................................................................................4
CHAPTER 2
HARDWARE INSTALLATION ........................... 5
2.1
Minimum System Requirements.........................................................................5
2.2
NV3000/5000/6000/7000 Hardware Combinations ...........................................5
2.3
NV3000 Hardware Installation ............................................................................8
2.4
2.5
2.3.1
Installing (1) NV3000 and (1) I/O Audio cards (optional) ................. 8
2.3.2
Installing (2) NV3000 and (2) I/O Audio cards (optional) ................. 8
2.3.3
Installing (4) NV3000 cards .................................................. 9
NV5000 Hardware Installation ............................................................................9
2.4.1
Installing (1) NV5000 Card................................................... 9
2.4.2
Installing (1) NV5000 and (1) I/O Audio cards ............................. 9
2.4.3
Installing (1) NV5000 and (3) BNC video extension cards ..............10
2.4.4
Installing (1) NV5000, (1) I/O Audio (opt.) and (1) BNC video extension (opt.) cards ..11
2.4.5
Installing (2) NV5000, and (2) BNC video extension cards .............11
NV6000 Hardware Installation ..........................................................................12
2.5.1
2.6
Installing (1) NV6000 and I/O card .........................................12
NV7000 Hardware Installation ..........................................................................12
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2.7
2.8
2.9
2.6.1
Installing (1) NV7000 and I/O card .........................................12
2.6.2
Installing (4) NV7000 ........................................................13
2.6.3
Installing (2) NV7000 and (2) I/O cards ...................................13
NV7000H Hardware Installation .......................................................................14
2.7.1
Installing (1) NV7000H and I/O card .......................................14
2.7.2
Installing (2) NV7000H ......................................................14
2.7.3
Installing (2) NV7000H and (2) I/O cards..................................15
Connecting the Watchdog line..........................................................................16
2.8.1
Connecting the Watchdog line to NV3000/5000..........................16
2.8.2
Connecting the Watchdog line to NV6000 ................................16
2.8.3
Connecting the Watchdog line to NV7000 ................................17
2.8.4
Connecting the Watchdog line to NV7000H ..............................17
Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio device ...........................................17
2.9.1
Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio device to NV3000/5000 ...17
2.9.2
Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio devices to NV6000.........18
2.9.3
Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio devices to NV7000.........19
2.9.4
Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio devices to NV7000H .......20
2.10 Connecting an external I/O box to NV3000/5000 I/O card ..............................22
2.10.1 I/O box Sensor and Relay pinhole allocation: ............................22
2.11 Connecting the Sensor/Relay device to NV6000/7000/7000H I/O card..23
2.11.1 I/O Card Sensor and Relay pinhole allocation: ...........................23
2.12 The Sensor input and Relay output Specifications ..........................................23
2.13 Connecting POS (Point of Sales) .....................................................................24
CHAPTER 3
3.1
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION .......................... 25
Installing NV DVR Software and Drivers in Windows XP/2000.......................26
CHAPTER 4
USING THE NV DVR SOFTWARE ................... 27
4.1
Running the NV DVR Software.........................................................................27
4.2
Using the Virtual Keyboard ...............................................................................27
4.3
Familiarizing the Buttons in Preview/Advanced Mode.....................................28
4.4
Familiarizing the Buttons in Compact Mode.....................................................30
4.5
Familiarizing the Buttons in Playback Mode ....................................................31
4.6
Familiarizing the Buttons in PTZ Camera Controller .......................................33
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4.7
Setting Up and Using the Emap .......................................................................33
4.7.1
To Set Up the Emap .........................................................33
4.7.2
To Use the Emap.............................................................34
4.8
To Cut and Save the Wanted Portion of the Recorded Video .........................35
4.9
To Bookmark a Section of the Video ................................................................35
4.10 To Search Using the Visual Search ..................................................................36
4.11 To Search Using the Event Search...................................................................36
4.12 To Search Using the Intelligent Search ............................................................37
4.13 To Setup the PTZ camera .................................................................................37
CHAPTER 5
5.1
CUSTOMIZING THE NV DVR SYSTEM ............ 39
System Setting ..................................................................................................39
5.1.1
To Set the POS Setting: .....................................................42
5.2
Camera Setting .................................................................................................43
5.3
Recording Setting..............................................................................................45
5.3.1
To Mask/Shield an area on the screen:....................................47
5.3.2
To show and change the color of the Mask: ..............................48
5.3.3
To Playback Encrypted Video:..............................................48
5.4
Network Setting .................................................................................................48
5.5
Schedule Setting ...............................................................................................49
5.5.1
To set schedule at a specific portion of time in that hour: ...............50
5.6
Backup Setting ..................................................................................................50
5.7
Sensor Setting...................................................................................................52
5.8
Relay Setting .....................................................................................................52
5.9
Alarm Setting .....................................................................................................53
5.9.1
To Setup Alarm Relay:.......................................................55
5.9.2
To Setup the Alarm Sound Setting: ........................................55
5.9.3
To Setup Call Out List:.......................................................56
5.9.4
To Setup Send E-mail Setting:..............................................56
5.9.5
To Setup FTP Setting: .......................................................57
5.9.6
To Setup Alarm Recording Setting: ........................................58
5.9.7
To Setup SMS/MMS Setting: ...............................................58
5.9.8
To Setup PTZ Preset Point: .................................................59
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5.9.9
To Setup Alarm SOP: ........................................................59
5.9.10 To Setup CMS Setting .......................................................59
5.9.11 To Setup POS Keyword Setting ............................................59
5.9.12 Missing and Suspicious Object Detected .................................60
5.10 User Setting.......................................................................................................61
CHAPTER 6
BACKUP VIDEO PLAYERS ............................. 63
6.1
Familiarizing QLogViewer Buttons ...................................................................63
6.2
Familiarizing the Player Buttons .......................................................................64
CHAPTER 7
CHAPTER 8
8.1
USING FUNCTIONAL KEYS ........................... 67
USING THE REMOTE PROGRAMS .................. 68
Familiarizing the NV DVR WebCam Buttons ...................................................69
8.1.1
To Setup Remote System Setting ..........................................71
8.2
Familiarizing the WebCam PTZ Buttons ..........................................................73
8.3
Familiarizing the Remote Console Buttons ......................................................74
8.3.1
8.4
To Setup Remote Console Setting .........................................75
Using the Remote Playback .............................................................................76
8.4.1
Familiarizing the Local Playback Buttons .................................77
8.4.2
Familiarizing the RealTime Playback Buttons ............................79
8.4.3
Familiarizing the Download and Playback Buttons.......................81
8.5
Using Handy Viewer to Access NV DVR server ..............................................81
8.6
Using PDA Viewer to Access NV DVR Server .................................................82
8.6.1
To install PDA Viewer thru ActiveSync.....................................82
8.6.2
To install PDA Viewer from the Internet....................................83
8.6.3
To Use the PDA Viewer .....................................................84
CHAPTER 9
9.1
IMAGE VERIFICATION ................................. 86
To Run the ImageVerification program .............................................................86
CHAPTER 10
CHAPTER 11
VIDEO ENHANCER...................................... 87
WEB TOOLS ............................................... 89
11.1 Dispatch Server.................................................................................................89
11.2 Remote Backup.................................................................................................89
CHAPTER 12 USING THE REMOTE CONTROL SERVER...... 91
APPENDIX A REGISTERING DOMAIN NAMES .................... 92
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LIMITED WARRANTY................................................................................................94
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Chapter 1
Introduction
AVerMedia AVerDVR is a 32-bit PCI video capture card that works as a digital video
surveillance system. It enables you to capture true color images and real-time videos
from 4 up to 16 camera inputs simultaneously.
With the latest Motion Detection technology, you no longer need to monitor every
single moment of the day; the system automatically records and triggers an alarm
when any movement is detected.
NV3000 Package
NV3000 package includes the following:
(3)
(1)
(2)
(5)
(4)
(1) NV3000
(3) 30cm Watchdog line
(2) Quick Guide
(4) 20cm Video signal line
(5) Installation CD
NV5000 Package
NV5000 package includes the following:
(3)
(1)
(2)
(5)
(4)
(1) NV5000
(3) 30cm Watchdog line
(2) Quick Guide
(4) 20cm Video signal line
(5) Installation CD
NV6000 Package
NV6000 package includes the following:
(2)
(3)
(5)
(4)
FC - 26P
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(1)
(6)
(1) NV6000
(3) 2X AV cable
(5) Installation CD
(2) I/O card
(4) Quick Guide
(6) 30cm Watchdog line
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(7)
(7) I/O cable
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NV7000 Package
FC - 26P
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NV7000 package includes the following:
(4)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(8)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(1) NV7000
(4) I/O cable
(7) Installation CD
(2) I/O card
(5) 30cm Watchdog line
(8) Quick Guide
(3) AV cable
(6) 20cm Video signal line
NV7000H Package
FC - 26P
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NV7000 package includes the following:
(4)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(1) NV7000H
(2) I/O card
(4) I/O cable
(5) 30cm Watchdog line
(3) AV cable
(6) 20cm Video signal line
(8)
(7) Installation CD
(8) Quick Guide
OSD kit (optional)
This allows you to operate NV DVR with the use of remote control.
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1)
(1) Remote Control (batteries included)
(3) OSD Installation CD
(2) IR USB Receiver
(4) 2X Velcro Strips
If there is any damage, shortage or inappropriate item in the package,
contact your local dealer immediately.
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NV3000 Card Parts
TV out link connector
Audio pin
TV out port
I/O connector
Reset pin
BNC
video in
ports
Watchdog pin
NV5000 Card Parts
Display card connector
Video extension card connectors
TV out link
connector
Audio connector
TV out port
I/O connector
Reset pin
BNC
video in
ports
Watchdog pin
NV6000 Card Parts
Watchdog pin
Reset pin
TV out port
D-type AV IN
port 01
D-type AV IN
port 02
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I/O connector
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NV7000 Card Parts
TV out link connector
I/O connector
Watchdog pin
Reset pin
TV out port
D-type
AV IN port
NV7000H Card Parts
TV out link connector
Watchdog pin
Reset pin
TV out port
I/O connector
D-Type
AV IN port
IR USB Receiver Part & Connection
USB Port
IR sensor
Manual Conventions
The following conventions are used throughout this manual.
Caution symbol is intended to alert the user of the important installation
and operating instructions. Fail to comply may damage the system.
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Information symbol is intended to provide additional information for the
purpose of clarification.
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Chapter 2
2.1
Hardware Installation
Minimum System Requirements
First, must verify if the computer meets the minimum system requirements.
NV3000
NV5000
NV6000
NV7000
CPU
Pentium 4 2.8GHz or above recommended
Motherboard
Intel 865, 875, 915, 925,
945, 955, NVIDIA
nFORCE4 SLi - Intel
Edition Chipset
OS
Windows2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional
Expansion Slots
1/2/3/4 × 32-bit PCI 2.1 compliant slots
RAM
DDR 512MB or above
Hard disk
120GB of free hard disk space, or at least 60GB free
space for each partition
Media
CD-ROM drive
VGA
16-bit high color SVGA graphic card with DirectDraw &
YUV rendering capability, 64MB video memory
Audio
Sound card and speakers
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Intel 875,
915, 925,
945, 955,
NVIDIA
nFORCE4
SLi - Intel
Edition
chipset.
Intel 865, 875
Chipset
For AVerMedia Security Product Hardware Recommendation list update,
go to http://www.avermedia.com/nvd/hardware-recom.asp.
2.2 NV3000/5000/6000/7000 Hardware Combinations
AVerMedia NV DVR provides powerful surveillance functions and flexible hardware
combinations. The table shows the numbers of camera inputs, audio inputs, sensor
inputs and relay outputs on different hardware combinations.
Before installing the cards, the computer must be turned OFF, the power
cable must be UNPLUGGED and all other cables that are attached at the
back of the computer must be DISCONNECTED.
When installing multiple cards, it is important to arrange the cards in
sequence so that the cables would not tangle up.
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NV3000 hardware combinations:
Hardware Combinations
NV3000 Card
Camera
Input
Audio
Input
Sensor
Input
Relay
Output
0
4
0
0
0
1
4
1
4
3
0
8
0
0
0
1
8
1
4
3
2
8
2
8
6
0
12
0
0
0
1
12
1
4
3
2
12
2
8
6
I/O Audio Card
Camera
Input
Audio
Input
Sensor
Input
Relay
Output
0
16
0
0
0
1
16
1
4
3
2
16
2
8
6
I/O Audio Card
1
2
3
NV3000 hardware combinations:
Hardware Combinations
NV3000 Card
4
NV5000 hardware combinations:
Hardware Combinations
NV5000
Card
BNC Video
Extension Card
Camera
Input
Audio
Input
Sensor
Input
Relay
Output
0
4
0
0
0
1
4
4
4
3
0
8
0
0
0
1
8
4
4
3
0
12
0
0
0
I/O Audio
Card
0
1
1
2
3
0
2
2
1
12
4
4
3
0
16
0
0
0
1
16
4
4
3
0
8
0
0
0
1
8
4
4
3
0
16
0
0
0
1
16
4
4
3
Camera
Input
Audio
Input
Sensor
Input
Relay
Output
16
8
4
4
NV6000 hardware combinations:
Hardware Combinations
NV6000 Card
IO Card
1
1
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NV7000 hardware combinations:
Hardware Combinations
Camera
Input
Audio
Input
Sensor
Input
Relay
Output
NV7000 Card
IO Card
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
8
8
4
4
2
8
8
8
8
1
12
12
4
4
2
12
12
8
8
3
12
12
12
12
1
16
16
4
4
2
16
16
8
8
3
16
16
12
12
4
16
16
16
16
Camera
Input
Audio
Input
Sensor
Input
Relay
Output
2
3
4
NV7000H hardware combinations:
Hardware Combinations
NV7000H Card
IO Card
1
1
16
8
4
4
2
2
16
8
4
4
2
0
16
8
0
0
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2.3 NV3000 Hardware Installation
2.3.1 Installing (1) NV3000 and (1) I/O Audio cards (optional)
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The I/O audio card is an optional item. The D-type I/O port receives and
transmit signal from the I/O box where the sensor and relay device are
connected to it, while the audio input port receives the signal from the mic.
NV3000 card is compatible with I/O Audio card that supports one audio
input only.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 2 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the NV3000 card and I/O Audio card with the connection cables.
Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
Secure the cards with the screws.
I/O Audio card
NV3000 card
I/O Audio card
TV OUT
NV3000 card
IN 1
1
AUDIO IN 1
Channel
3
2
IN 2
IN 3
4
IN 4
2.3.2 Installing (2) NV3000 and (2) I/O Audio cards (optional)
1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
3. Connect the NV3000 card and I/O Audio card with the connection cables.
4. Connect the (2) NV3000 cards with the supplied 20cm video signal line.
5. Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
6. Secure the cards with the screws.
20cm video signal line
I/O Audio card 1
NV3000 card 1
NV3000 card 1
NV3000 card 2
NV3000 card 2
I/O Audio card 1
I/O Audio card 2
I/O Audio card 2
TV OUT
TV OUT
IN 1
IN 1
AUDIO IN 1
5
1
AUDIO IN 1
6
IN 2
IN 3
IN 3
7
Channel
3
2
IN 2
8
IN 4
8
4
IN 4
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2.3.3 Installing (4) NV3000 cards
1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
3. Connect the (4) NV3000 cards with the supplied 20cm video signal line.
4. Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
5. Secure the cards with the screws.
20cm video signal line
20cm video signal line
20cm video signal line
NV3000 card 1
NV3000 Card 1
TV OUT
TV OUT
IN 1
IN 1
IN 1
IN 1
9
8
IN 4
14
15
IN 3
IN 4
IN 4
16
7
3
IN 2
IN 3
11
2
6
IN 3
IN 4
4
IN 2
10
IN 2
IN 3
13
TV OUT
IN 2
Channel
Card 4
TV OUT
1
NV3000 card 4
Card 3
12
NV3000 card 3
Card 2
5
NV3000 card 2
2.4 NV5000 Hardware Installation
2.4.1 Installing (1) NV5000 Card
1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove a bracket that covers the PCI slot. Save the screw.
3. Press the NV5000 card into the PCI slot firmly.
4. Secure the card with the screws.
NV5000 card
TV OUT
1
IN 1
NV5000 card
Channel
3
2
IN 2
IN 3
4
IN 4
2.4.2 Installing (1) NV5000 and (1) I/O Audio cards
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The I/O audio card is an optional item. The D-type I/O port receives and
transmit signal from the I/O box where the sensor and relay device are
connected to it, while the audio input port receives the signal from the mic.
NV5000 card is compatible with the I/O Audio card that supports four (4)
audio inputs.
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1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove 2 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
3. Connect the NV5000 card and I/O Audio card with the connection cables.
4. Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
5. Secure the cards with the screws.
I/O Audio card
NV5000 card
NV5000 card
I/O Audio card
TV OUT
AUDIO IN 1
1
IN 1
Channel
3
2
IN 2
IN 3
AUDIO IN 3
AUDIO IN 4
4
IN 4
AUDIO IN 2
2.4.3 Installing (1) NV5000 and (3) BNC video extension cards
The BNC video extension card is an optional item. It comes with additional
four (4) BNC video input ports that provide four (4) extra channels.
1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
3. Connect the NV5000 card and BNC video extension cards with the
connection cables.
4. Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
5. Secure the cards with the screws.
NV5000 card
BNC extension card 1
BNC extension card 2
BNC extension card 3
NV5000
BNC video extension
Card 1 Card 2 Card 3
TV OUT
10
13
14
15
IN 3
12
IN 4
IN 4
16
7
IN 4
8
IN 2
IN 3
11
IN 3
IN 4
IN 1
IN 2
10
6
2
IN 2
IN 3
3
Channel
IN 2
IN 1
9
IN 1
5
1
IN 1
4
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2.4.4 Installing (1) NV5000, (1) I/O Audio (opt.) and (1) BNC video
extension (opt.) cards
1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove 3 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
3. Connect the NV5000 card, BNC video extension card and I/O Audio card
with the connection cables.
4. Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
5. Secure the cards with the screws.
NV5000 card
BNC extension card
I/O Audio card
NV5000
BNC video
extension
card
I/O Audio
card
TV OUT
IN 1
IN 1
1
5
AUDIO IN 1
IN 2
AUDIO IN 2
6
2
IN 3
IN 3
AUDIO IN 3
7
3
Channel
IN 2
IN 4
IN 4
4
8
AUDIO IN 4
2.4.5 Installing (2) NV5000, and (2) BNC video extension cards
1. Remove the PC case cover.
2. Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
3. Connect the NV5000 card and BNC video extension card with the
connection cables.
4. Connect the (2) NV5000 cards with the supplied 20cm video signal line.
5. Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
6. Secure the cards with the screws.
BNC extension card 1
NV5000 card 1
NV5000 card 2
BNC extension card 2
IN 1
IN 1
5
IN 3
IN 3
15
11
7
IN 4
12
IN 4
8
IN 2
14
10
6
2
4
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
11
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
3
Channel
IN 2
13
TV OUT
BNC video
extension
card 2
IN 4
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BNC video
extension
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2.5 NV6000 Hardware Installation
The NV6000 can support up to 16 cameras and 8 audio input.
2.5.1 Installing (1) NV6000 and I/O card
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 2 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the NV6000 card and I/O card with the connection cable.
Press the cards into the PCI slot firmly.
Secure the card with the screws.
Connect the supplied AV connection cable to the D-type AV IN port.
I/O card
NV6000
AV connection cable
I/O card
NV6000 card
TV OUT
AV connection cable
2.6 NV7000 Hardware Installation
The supplied AV connection cable provides up to 4 cameras and 4 audio input.
2.6.1 Installing (1) NV7000 and I/O card
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 2 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the NV7000 card and I/O card with the connection cable.
Press the cards into the PCI slot firmly.
Secure the card with the screws.
Connect the supplied AV connection cable to the D-type AV IN port.
I/O card
NV7000
I/O card
TV OUT
AV connection cable
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2.6.2 Installing (4) NV7000
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the (4) NV7000 cards with the supplied 20cm video signal line.
Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
Secure the cards with the screws.
NV7000 card 1
NV7000 card 2
NV7000 card 3
NV7000 Card 1
NV7000 card 4
TV OUT
Card 2
TV OUT
Card 3
TV OUT
Card 4
TV OUT
2.6.3 Installing (2) NV7000 and (2) I/O cards
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the (2) NV7000 cards with the supplied 20cm video signal line.
Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
Secure the cards with the screws.
I/O card 1
I/O card 2
NV7000 card 1
NV7000 I/O
card 1 card 1
NV7000 card 2
TV OUT
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2.7 NV7000H Hardware Installation
The supplied AV connection cable provides up to 16 cameras and 8 audio input.
2.7.1 Installing (1) NV7000H and I/O card
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 2 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the NV7000 card and I/O card with the connection cable.
Press the cards into the PCI slot firmly.
Secure the card with the screws.
Connect the supplied AV connection cable to the D-type AV IN port.
I/O card
NV7000H card
AV connection cable
NV7000H I/O card
TV OUT
2.7.2 Installing (2) NV7000H
1.
2.
3.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 2 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the (2) NV7000H cards with the supplied 20cm video signal
line.
4.
Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly. Secure the cards with
the screws.
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NV7000H card 1
NV7000H card 2
NV7000H Card 1
TV OUT
Card 2
TV OUT
2.7.3 Installing (2) NV7000H and (2) I/O cards
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the PC case cover.
Remove 4 brackets that cover the PCI slots. Save the screws.
Connect the (2) NV7000H cards with the supplied 20cm video signal line.
Press the cards into the PCI slots firmly.
5.
Secure the cards with the screws.
I/O card 1
NV7000H card 1
I/O card 2
NV7000H card 2
NV7000H
card 1
TV OUT
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2.8 Connecting the Watchdog line
The NV DVR program constantly monitors its operation. Connecting the
NV3000/5000/6000/7000 to the motherboard reset switch panel, enables the unit to
restart automatically and reset the system when an error has been detected.
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If more than one NV3000/5000/7000 card is installed, connect the
watchdog line at last card.
2.8.1 Connecting the Watchdog line to NV3000/5000
1. Look for the labeled RESET SW switch lead and connect it to the
NV3000/5000 card reset pin.
2. Connect the supplied Watchdog line to the NV3000/5000 card watchdog
pin and the other end to the motherboard RESET SW panel. If you are not
sure, please refer to the motherboard user manual.
3. You may now replace back the PC cover and connect all the cables.
Reset SW lead
Watchdog line
NV3000
NV5000
2.8.2 Connecting the Watchdog line to NV6000
1. Look for the labeled RESET SW switch lead and connect it to the NV6000
card reset pin.
2. Connect the supplied Watchdog line to the NV6000 card watchdog pin
and the other end to the motherboard RESET SW panel. If you are not
sure, please refer to the motherboard user manual.
3. You may now replace back the PC cover and connect all the cables.
Reset SW lead
Watchdog line
NV6000
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2.8.3 Connecting the Watchdog line to NV7000
1. Look for the labeled RESET SW switch lead and connect it to the NV7000
card reset pin.
2. Connect the supplied Watchdog line to the NV7000 card watchdog pin
and the other end to the motherboard RESET SW panel. If you are not
sure, please refer to the motherboard user manual.
3. You may now replace back the PC cover and connect all the cables.
Reset SW lead
Watchdog line
NV7000
2.8.4 Connecting the Watchdog line to NV7000H
1.
Look for the labeled RESET SW switch lead and connect it to the
NV7000H card reset pin.
2.
Connect the supplied Watchdog line to the NV7000H card watchdog pin
and the other end to the motherboard RESET SW panel. If you are not
sure, please refer to the motherboard user manual.
3.
You may now replace back the PC cover and connect all the cables.
Reset SW lead
Watchdog line
NV7000H
2.9 Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio device
2.9.1 Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio device to NV3000/5000
1. Connect the cameras to the BNC video input port (see NV3000/5000 card
parts). If you have installed more than one card, please refer the
sequence of the camera to the number of cards installed in installing the
card section.
2. Connect one end of the RCA video cable (not supplied) to the TV OUT
port of NV3000/5000 card and the other end to the TV video input port. If
you are not sure, please refer to the TV user manual.
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Camera 1 Camera 2 Camera 3 Camera 4
TV OUT
RCA cable
Television
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
3. Connect the audio devices to the Audio input port of the I/O card.
NV3000
I/O Audio
card
MIC 4
MIC 3
MIC 2
NV5000
I/O Audio
card
MIC 1
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 2
AUDIO IN 3
AUDIO IN 4
2.9.2 Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio devices to NV6000
1. Use the supplied AV connection cable and connect it to the D-type AV IN
port of NV6000 card (see NV6000 card parts).
2. Connect the cameras to the BNC video connectors and audio devices to
the RCA audio connectors. Just follow the order basing on the marked
sequence.
3. Connect one end of the RCA video cable (not supplied) to the TV OUT
port of NV6000 card and the other end to the TV video input port. If you
are not sure, please refer to the TV user manual.
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Camera 1 Camera 2 Camera 3 Camera 4 Camera 5 Camera 6 Camera 7 Camera 8
RCA cable
Television
NV6000
TV OUT
AV connection cable
MIC 1
MIC 2
MIC 3
MIC 4
Camera 9 Camera 10 Camera 11 Camera 12 Camera 13 Camera 14 Camera 15 Camera 16
AV connection cable
MIC 5
MIC 6
MIC 7
MIC 8
2.9.3 Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio devices to NV7000
1. Use the supplied AV connection cable and connect it to the D-type AV IN
port of NV7000 card (see NV7000 card parts).
2. Connect the cameras to the BNC video connectors and audio devices to
the RCA audio connectors. Just follow the order basing on the marked
sequence.
3. Connect one end of the RCA video cable (not supplied) to the TV OUT
port of NV7000 card and the other end to the TV video input port. If you
are not sure, please refer to the TV user manual.
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Camera 1 Camera 2 Camera 3 Camera 4
NV7000
TV OUT
RCA cable
Television
MIC 1
MIC 2
MIC 3
MIC 4
AV connection cable
4.
If you have installed more than one card, please see the AV connection cable
sequence table below:
NV7000
Card 1
Card 2
Card 3
Card 4
Camera Sequence
BNC 1 to Camera 1
BNC 2 to Camera 2
Audio Sequence
Audio 1 to Audio Channel 1
Audio 2 to Audio Channel 2
BNC 3 to Camera 3
Audio 3 to Audio Channel 3
BNC 4 to Camera 4
Audio 4 to Audio Channel 4
BNC 1 to Camera 5
BNC 2 to Camera 6
Audio 1 to Audio Channel 5
Audio 2 to Audio Channel 6
BNC 3 to Camera 7
Audio 3 to Audio Channel 7
BNC 4 to Camera 8
BNC 1 to Camera 9
Audio 4 to Audio Channel 8
Audio 1 to Audio Channel 9
BNC 2 to Camera 10
Audio 2 to Audio Channel 10
BNC 3 to Camera 11
BNC 4 to Camera 12
Audio 3 to Audio Channel 11
Audio 4 to Audio Channel 12
BNC 1 to Camera 13
Audio 1 to Audio Channel 13
BNC 2 to Camera 14
Audio 2 to Audio Channel 14
BNC 3 to Camera 15
BNC 4 to Camera 16
Audio 3 to Audio Channel 15
Audio 4 to Audio Channel 16
2.9.4 Connecting the Cameras, a TV and Audio devices to NV7000H
1.
Use the supplied AV connection cable and connect it to the D-type AV IN port of
NV7000H card (see NV7000H card parts).
2.
Connect the cameras to the BNC video connectors and audio devices to the
RCA audio connectors. Just follow the order basing on the marked sequence.
3.
Connect one end of the RCA video cable (not supplied) to the TV OUT port of
NV7000H card and the other end to the TV video input port. If you are not sure,
please refer to the TV user manual.
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Camera 1 Camera 2 Camera 3 Camera 4 Camera 5 Camera 6 Camera 7 Camera 8
RCA cable
Television
NV7000H
TV OUT
AV connection cable
MIC 1
MIC 2
MIC 3
MIC 4
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2.10 Connecting an external I/O box to NV3000/5000 I/O card
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The external I/O box is an optional item. It provides four (4) sensor input
and three (3) relay output.
Connect the male end of the D-type cable to the D-type I/O port of the I/O box and the
female end to the D-type port of the I/O card. Check the table below and locate which
pinhole is assigned to sensor input and relay output.
D-Type I/O port
NV3000
I/O Audio
card
NV5000
I/O Audio
card
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 1
D-type cable
AUDIO IN 2
AUDIO IN 3
AUDIO IN 4
2.10.1 I/O box Sensor and Relay pinhole allocation:
The signal from the sensor (i.e., infrared sensors, smoke detectors, proximity sensors,
door sensors, etc.) is being transmitted to the I/O card, and this triggers the system to
respond and send signal to relay device (i.e., alarm, telephone etc).
Pin #
1
Definition
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
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2.11 Connecting the Sensor/Relay device to NV6000/7000/7000H I/O card
The I/O Audio card enables you to connect (4) sensor inputs and (4) relay outputs.
Just connect the external sensor and relay pin directly to the NV6000/7000 I/O card
pinhole. Check the table below and locate which pinhole is assigned to sensor input
and relay output.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
2.11.1 I/O Card Sensor and Relay pinhole allocation:
The signal from the sensor (i.e., infrared sensors, smoke detectors, proximity sensors,
door sensors, etc.) is being transmitted to the I/O card and this triggers the system to
respond and send signal to relay device (i.e., alarm, telephone etc).
Pin #
Definition
Pin #
Definition
1
Sensor 1 input signal
11
Relay Normal Close 1
2
Sensor 1 output signal
12
Relay Comment 2
3
Sensor 2 input signal
13
Relay Normal Open 2
4
Sensor 2 output signal
14
Relay Normal Close 2
5
Sensor 3 input signal
15
Relay Comment 3
6
Sensor 3 output signal
16
Relay Normal Open 3
7
Sensor 4 input signal
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Relay Normal Close 3
8
Sensor 4 output signal
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Relay Comment 4
9
Relay Comment 1
19
Relay Normal Open 4
10
Relay Normal Open 1
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Relay Normal Close 4
2.12 The Sensor input and Relay output Specifications
You may use the sensor input and relay output specifications table below for your
reference.
A. Sensor Input Specification
Absolute Maximum Ratings
(Ta=25°C)
Parameter
Input
Symbol
Rating
Unit
Forward Current
IF
50
mA
Reverse Voltage
VR
6
V
Power Dissipation
P
70
mW
Electrical/Optical Characteristics
Input
Parameter
(Ta=25°C)
Symbol
Min
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Conditions
Forward Current
VF
-
1.2
1.4
V
IF=20mA
Reverse Voltage
IR
-
-
10
A
VR=4V
Terminal Capacitance
Ct
-
30
250
pF
V=o, f=1KHz
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Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Transfer Characteristics
Output
Collector Dark Current
Conditions
ICEO
-
-
100
nA
VCE=20V
Collector-Emitter
Breakdown Voltage
BVCEO
35
-
-
V
IC=0.1mA
Emitter-Collector
Breakdown Voltage
BVECO
6
-
-
V
IE=10 A
*Current Transfer Ratio
CTR
50
-
600
%
IC
2.5
-
30
mA
Collector-Emitter
Breakdown Voltage
VCE(sat)
-
0.1
0.2
V
Isolation Resistance
RISO
Floating Capacitance
Cf
Collector Current
10
11
5 x 10
-
10
-
0.6
1.0
pF
fc
-
80
Response Time (Rise)
tr
-
4
18
s
Response Time (Fall)
tf
-
3
18
s
IC
IF=20mA, IC=1mA
DC500V, 40-60% R.H.
Cut-off Frequency
*CTR=
IF=5mA, VCE=5V RBE=
KHz
V=0, f=1MHz
VCE=5V, IC=2mA
RL=100, -3dB
VCE=2V, IC=2mA
RL=100
100%
IF
B. Relay Output Specification
Surge strength
Nominal power
:1500 VAC
Operating power
: 110mw ~ 200mw
: 200mw ~ 360mw
C. COIL RATINGS (at 20 oC )
Coil Nominal Voltage
(VDC)
5
Coil Resistance
10%
125
Pick-up Voltage
(VDC)
3.75
Drop-Out Voltage
(VDC)
0.5
Nominal Current
(mA)
40
o
* Max Continuous Voltage at 20 C : 110% of Coil Nominal Voltage
D. CONTACT RATINGS
Contact Arrangement
1 Form C (SPDT)
max. Switch Power
max. Switch voltage
max. Switch current
125VA
60W
125VAC
30VDC
1A
Contact Resistance
≤ 100mΩ
1A/125VAC
1A/30VDC
Resistive Load
2.13 Connecting POS (Point of Sales)
AVerMedia AVerDVR can be integrated with POS system equipment. Connecting the
POS equipment to AVerMedia AVerDVR system thru RS232 connection, enables you
to view, record and keep track of the items that were sold. You may also select the
camera on where to display all the data.
To connect, locate the RS232 port of the POS equipment and PC. Use an RS232
cable (not supplied) to make the connection.
RS232 cable
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Software Installation
This chapter describes how to install the NV DVR software and drivers.
The CD-Key is permitted for use on a single computer. It is prohibited to
use the CD-key on more than one computer. Once detected, this would
cause a system conflict and some of the features might fail to work on
both PC.
Before installing the software, make sure that the Windows OS patches
and the video graphic card driver are UPDATED.
If you have an old version of the NV DVR software installed in your PC,
the old copy must be removed. To remove, click Start>Settings>Control
Panel and then double click Add/Remove Programs. In Add/Remove
Programs list, select NV DVR and then click Remove.
We HIGHLY RECOMMEND having three (3) separate drives for the main
system (OS and NV DVR software), storage and backup. The ideal hard
disk size for the main drive is 20GB. As for the storage and backup, at
least 60GB each. The hard drives format must be in NTFS. This way we
can maintain an optimized system for your security.
For Windows 2000, make sure the hyper-threading setting is DISABLED
from the PC BIOS system.
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To ensure getting the latest copy of NV DVR software, go and download
the updated version from the following site:
Worldwide :
http://www.avermedia.com/cgi-bin/support_download.asp
US/CANADA:
http://www.aver.com (click on Support)
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3.1
Installing NV DVR Software and Drivers in Windows XP/2000
Upon turning the computer on, the system automatically detects the newly
installed hardware. When the Found New Hardware dialog box appears,
IGNORE it.
Remember : It is important to install the NV DVR software first, before
installing the drivers.
1. Place the OSD installation CD into the CDROM drive then click Install Surveillance
System . And follow the on-screen
instructions.
2. For Windows XP:
When the InstallDriver notice appears, this
informs you that you are about to install the
divers. This may take a while depending on
the number of drivers needed to be
installed. Click “Continue Anyway” when
the Microsoft digital signature appears.
When prompt to restart the computer, select
Yes, I want to restart my computer now
then click Finish.
For Windows 2000:
When prompt to restart the computer, select
Yes, I want to restart my computer now
then click Finish. This time you have
already installed the NV DVR software.
After rebooting, the system again detects
the newly installed hardware. When the
Microsoft digital signature appears, Click
OK to complete the installation.
3. You may now run the NV DVR program. To run the application, click
your PC desktop or click Start>Programs>DSS>NV DVR.
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Using the NV DVR Software
Running the NV DVR Software
To run the application, double-click
>DSS>NV DVR.
on your PC desktop or click Start>Programs
For security purpose, some of the features would require you to enter User ID and
Password before it can be accessed. When the Authorization dialog box appears, key
in your User ID and Password. (If this is the first time, enter the one you have
registered when installing the software.)
4.2
Using the Virtual Keyboard
If the keyboard is not available, you may use the Virtual Keyboard. Just click
show the virtual keyboard. For uppercase and lowercase, click shift button.
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4.3
Familiarizing the Buttons in Preview/Advanced Mode
(17)
(16)
(15)
(14)
(13)
(12)
(18)
(11)
(10)
(1)
(3)
(2)
Name
(1) Exit
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Function
Call up the Logout dialog box.
In the logout dialog box, you may do the following:
-
Click Exit to close the NV DVR program.
Click Login to sign-in in different account.
Click Minimize to reduce the NV DVR to taskbar button.
Click Compact to switch to compact mode (see Chapter 4.4).
Click Cancel to exit Logout dialog box.
- Click About to update patch or find about the software info.
(2) Volume
(3) Split Screen
Mode
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Adjust the sound volume.
Select from six (6) different split screen types to view all the
camera, or one camera over the other or alongside on a single
screen. It also allows you to switch and view different camera
number.
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13
split screen mode.
- When you are in single screen mode, Right click and Drag a square on
the area you want to enlarge.
- When you are in multiple-screen mode, Right click the video screen of
the camera and Drag on where you want to relocate it. To only display
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one of the video in the multiple-screen mode, Left click on the video
screen you only want to display.
Name
(4) Record
(5) Emap
(6) Network
(7) Setup
(8) PTZ
(9) Preview
(10) Playback
(11) Status Bar
(12) Camera ID
(13) Snapshot
(14) Event log
(15) AutoScan
(16) Full screen
(17) Alarm
(18) On Screen
Keyboard
Function
Start/stop video recording.
Display the map in each area, and the location of camera/
sensor/ relay and the warning. (see also Chapter 4.7)
Enable/disable remote system access. This feature allows you
to access NV DVR server from a remote location via internet
connection. (see also Chapter 8)
Configure the system settings. (see also Chapter 5)
Access PTZ control panel (see also Chapter 4.6).
Switch to Preview/Advanced mode. This allows you to view live
camera display.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file. (see Chapter 4.5)
Display the current date, time and hard disk free space.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to
switch and view other camera.
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp
format.
Show the record of activities that take place in the system. To
filter the records, select and click the option button to display
Event, System, Operation, Network, POS or All.
The events list which display on the screen can be saved as
text file format. To save the events list, click Save button.
Start/Stop video screen cycle switch. (see also Chapter5.1 #7
AutoScan Period)
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video. To
return, press the right button of the mouse or ESC on the
keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left
click to toggle to only display one of the video in the multiplescreen mode or all.
Alert and display warning info. Only Administrator-level can
reset and turn on, off and trigger the Sensor and Relay by rightclicking the item in the Sensor and Relay list.
If the keyboard is not available, you may use the Virtual
Keyboard.
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4.4
Familiarizing the Buttons in Compact Mode
To view in Compact mode, click Exit button. In the logout dialog box, click Compact.
(1)
Name
(1) Split Screen
Mode
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Function
Select from six (6) different split screen type to view all the
camera, or one camera over the other or alongside on a single
screen.
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13
split screen mode.
- When you are in single screen mode, Right click and Drag a square on
the area you want to enlarge.
- When you are in multiple-screen mode, Right click the video screen of
the camera and Drag on where you want to locate it. To only display
one of the video in the multiple-screen mode, Left click the video
screen you want to display.
(2) AutoScan
(3) Alarm
(4) Playback
(5) Advanced
Start/Stop video screen cycle switch
Alert and display warning info.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file. (see Chapter 4.5)
Switch to Preview/Advanced mode.
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4.5
Familiarizing the Buttons in Playback Mode
To switch in Playback mode, click Playback button at the lower right corner of
Advanced/Preview mode user interface.
(20)
(19)
(18)
(17)
(16)
(15)
(14)
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(7)
(1)
(2)
Name
(1) Split
Screen
Mode
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(4)
(5)
(6)
Function
Select from six (6) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera over the
other or alongside on a single screen.
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13
split screen mode.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on the
area you want to enlarge.
(2) Progress
bar
(3) Hour
Buttons
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(3)
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the
bar to seek at any location of the track.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the
specific time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on top
of the hour button indicates that there is a recorded video file on that
period of time. While the red bar indicates that you are currently viewing
the recorded video file.
(4) Playback
Control
Buttons
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 1/2X,
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1/4X, or 1/8X.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Name
(5) Date
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Function
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to
where to start playing the recorded video file.
The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The
numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera ID. The blue colored column
indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the
red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video
file.
(6) Preview
(7) Playback
(8) Status bar
(9) Camera ID
(10) Output
(11) Segment
(12) Print
(13) Snapshot
(14) Full
screen
(15) Event log
(16) Bookmark
(17) Visual
Search
(18) Find Next
(19) Event
Search
Switch to Preview/Advanced mode.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file.
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch
and view other camera.
Save the segmented file in *.mpg, *.avi, or *.dvr format (see also
Chapter 4.8).
Keep a portion of the recorded video (see also Chapter 4.8).
Print the screen shot.
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right
button of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left
click to toggle to only display one of the video in the multiplescreen mode or all.
Show the record of activities that take place in the system. To
filter the records, select and click the option button to only
display Event, System, Operation, Network or POS.
Mark a reference point when previewing the recorded video file
to which you may return for later reference. You may also set it
to protect the file. (See also Chapter 4.9)
Search from a specific camera by Date, Hour, Minute, 10
Seconds and Second. (See also Chapter 4.10)
Search for the next event or changes in the motion detector
frame. You can use this when you are using Intelligent Search or
Event Search function.
Search from the recorded activities that take place in the system
(i.e., Sensor, Motion , Video Loss, POS) . (See also Chapter
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(20) Intelligent
Search
4.11)
Search the changes in the motion detector frame (See also
Chapter 4.12).
4.6 Familiarizing the Buttons in PTZ Camera Controller
(see also chapter 4.13)
Name
(1) Close
(2) Setup
(3) AutoPan
(4) Focus +/(5) Zoom +/(6) Direction buttons
(7) Camera ID pane
(8) Save Camera
preset position
(9) Camera lens
speed controller
(10) Camera preset
position number
(11) Group AutoPan
4.7
Function
Exit PTZ camera controller.
Configure PTZ cameras.
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the
selected camera group preset position number.
Adjust the focus manually to produce clear image.
Zoom in and out the image.
Adjust and position the focal point of the PTZ camera.
Display the PTZ camera number that is being operated.
Save the PTZ camera preset position number. Select the
camera and click the preset position number and save it.
Adjust the moving speed of the PTZ camera lens.
Move the PTZ camera to the preset point.
Select to automatically operate PTZ camera in group.
Setting Up and Using the Emap
E-Map can hold up to 8 maps in *.bmp/*.jpg format. You may locate the camera,
sensor and relay on the map.
4.7.1 To Set Up the Emap
1. Click Emap.
2. When the Emap screen appears, click the area number (1 to 8 buttons)
on where you want to insert the map.
3. Click Load Map to insert the map. When the open dialog box appears,
locate and select the map and click Open.
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4. When the inserted map appears on the Emap screen, click Edit. You may
now drag the camera, sensor, and relay icons to its place on the map.
Icons on the map can be relocated anywhere. If you are going to locate
the icon on the map to other area, you need to drag the icon to the black
pane at the bottom of the Emap screen and then switch to the area on
where you want to locate the icon.
To bring all the icons back to the black pane at the bottom of the Emap
screen, click Reset Icon.
5. When you are done, click Edit button to save the new setting. To close
Emap screen, click Exit.
4.7.2 To Use the Emap
To use the Emap:
1. Click E-map.
2. In the Emap screen, click the camera icon to switch on the area where the
camera is located on the map and to display the video at the upper right
corner of the Emap screen. At the lower right corner of the Emap screen,
it lists all the warning message.
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3. Click Exit to close Emap screen.
4.8
To Cut and Save the Wanted Portion of the Recorded Video
1.
Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback
progress bar and pause on where you want to start the cut. Then, click
Segment to set the begin mark.
2. Use the Playback Control buttons or drag the bar on the playback
progress bar and pause on where you want to end the cut. Then, click
Segment to set the end mark. To cancel segmentation or set the segment
marks from the start, click Segment button again.
3. Click Output button to save the wanted clip.
4. In the Save As dialog box, locate on where you want to save the file, type
the filename, and select the video format.
4.9
To Bookmark a Section of the Video
1. Click Bookmark. The video playback stops when the bookmark button is
executed.
2. In the Bookmark dialog box, you may do the following:
- Add to include the new reference mark in the bookmark list. You may
select to enable/disable file protection.
- Edit to change the mark description or enable/disable file protection.
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Delete to remove the selected reference mark in the list.
Delete All to remove all the reference marks in the list.
Exit to close Bookmark dialog box.
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When the bookmark is protected, the file won’t be
overwritten.
The protected bookmark file will be deleted when the
Delete the recorded data is enable in the System
setting.(also refer to 5.1 System setting)
3. Select and click one in the bookmark list to preview the file.
4.10 To Search Using the Visual Search
1. Click Visual Search.
2. In the Visual Search Setting dialog box, select the Camera number and
the date. Then click OK.
3. When a series of frames appear by date, click on the frame to display
another series of frames and search by every Hour of that date, every
Minute of that hour, every 10 Seconds of that minute, every Second of
that 10 seconds. To go back, click
. To view from the selected
frame and close event search, click
.
4.11 To Search Using the Event Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Event Search. The Event Search text (red) would appear at the
lower left corner of the screen.
3. In the Event Search Setting dialog box, check the type of condition you
want to search. If you select POS, in the Find Text box, type the word.
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Then, click OK to start searching. The video search would stop at the
.
frame that matches the condition. To keep on searching click
4. You may also set to search and list all the result. Just check the Output
Event List box. In the Search Duration section, set the Begin Time, End
Time and Searching Interval. Then, click OK to start searching.
5. When the Event list appear, click and select the item you want to view.
4.12 To Search Using the Intelligent Search
1. Click on the video screen on where you want to search.
2. Click Intelligent Search. The Intelligent Search text (red) would appear at
the lower left corner of the screen.
3. When the Intelligent Search Setting dialog box and motion detector frame
appear, you may adjust the sensitivity bar and the motion detector frame
size and location. To set motion detector frame size and location, left click
and drag on the screen. Then, click OK to start searching. The video
search would stop at the frame that matches the condition. To keep on
searching click
.
You may also set to search and list all the result. Just check the List box.
In the Search Duration section, set the Begin Time, End Time and
Searching Interval. Then, click OK to start searching.
4.13 To Setup the PTZ camera
1. In the PTZ control panel, click Setup.
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2. When the PTZ Setup dialog box appears, select the camera number and
check the Use PTZ box.
3. In the Connection Settings section, select the COMPort where the PTZ
camera is connected, PTZ ID number and PTZ camera model. Then, click
Save to keep the settings.
4. Use the PTZ control panel and adjust the position of the PTZ camera.
5. In the Preset Setting section, select the preset number to assign a
number for the PTZ camera current position. Set the DwellTime (1-60 sec)
for how long the PTZ camera stays in that position before it moves to the
next one. If you want to add description, check the Show Preset Name
box and in the Preset Name text box, type the word. When done, click
Save to keep the settings.
6. Repeat step 4 & 5, if you want to save another PTZ camera position.
7. When done click OK to save the setting, Click Cancel, to leave without
saving the new setting.
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In the Preview/Advanced screen mode, click
button to customize your NV
DVR. When the NV DVR configuration setup selection appears, select and click the
buttons you want to change the setting.
5.1
System Setting
In the System Setting dialog box, click OK to accept the new settings, click Cancel to
exit without saving, and click Default to revert back to original factory setting.
(1)
(2)
(8)
(3)
(9)
(4)
(5)
(10)
(6)
(11)
(7)
(1) Storage Path
Set the directory on where to save the data. When there is not enough free space to
record one hour data, the system automatically replaces the oldest data. In case you
have more than one storage path, the system automatically saves the data to the next
storage path. You may also add additional network-attached storage (NAS) for
extremely high storage capacity. Select the Enable network storage check box to send
the recorded video in network-attached storage. To add network storage, the Internet
storage drive/folder must be mapped as Network Driver in DVR server. To know how
to assign or connect to a network drive, please refer to your Windows help file and
search “Map Network drive”.
By default the data is stored in C:\Data, to insert another storage path, click Add. To
remove the selected path, click Delete. If you want the system to automatically erase
the data after a certain days, enable the Delete recorded data after check box and
enter the numbers of days in Days text box.
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(2) Hard Disk Calculator
Estimate the hard disk recording capacity. The result of calculation is a rough value
which only for reference. The hard disk record capacity will be varied by the real
record quality and complexity of video scene.
Click
, the hard disk calculator windows will show up. Total Recording time is the
current hard disk recording capacity. Enter the expect hard disk size or expect
recording time in Expected HD Size or Expected Record time, and then click
Calculate button. Click OK to exit the hard disk calculator windows. The hard disk
calculation will base on the recording setup and current hard disk setup.
(3)Language
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the selected
language. By default the language is in English.
(4) Video Standard
Change and select the proper video system according to your camera video system. If
the video system setting is wrong, the video would appear abnormal.
(5) Attention Please
Check the attentiveness of the person who is monitoring the system. You may set the
number of times the Attention dialog box to appear in a day in Times per day text box.
To check the graph on how fast the person response, click Analysis.
When this feature is enabled, the Attention dialog box would appear. The person who
is monitoring the system must enter the same number that appears from the left box at
the right text box and then click OK.
(6) TV Out
Select the camera you want to appear on TV and set the time gap from 3 to 10 sec.
before it switches to the next camera.
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(7) Configuration
Backup a copy of all the settings and allows you to regain the same settings back. To
save the current settings, click Export. To replace the settings with the one you have
saved, click Import.
(8) Miscellaneous
Enable the conditions in Miscellaneous section you want the system to perform.
- Status Report
Send a daily system event report. To change the e-mail settings, click Setup.
- Desktop Lock
Deactivate the [Ctrl-Alt-Del] and [Windows] keyboard key functions.
- Beep if no signal
Make sound when the video signal is lost.
- Shutdown OS when exit
Turn off the PC when the NV DVR application is being closed.
- Disable hardware AGC
Stop the hardware to automatically normalize the over-whitening of the video
- Playback Mode
Select the mode of playback the video.
Select date and time: Select the date and time which user wants to playback.
Play the last file: Automatically playback the video from the last hour
Instant Playback: Automatically playback the video which has just recorded
- Date Format
Select the date format which wants to display in Select date and time playback
mode
- Auto Scan Period
Set the time gap of the Auto Scan function from 3 to 10 seconds. This
automatically switches to the next video in cycle depending on the set time gap.
(9) Login
Enable the conditions in Login section you want the system to automatically carry out.
- Auto Login when OS start
Execute the NV DVR when the operating system is started.
- Ask for password when login
Request to enter User ID and Password each time the NV DVR is executed.
- Auto record when login
Automatically start video recording when the NV DVR is executed.
- Login to compact mode
Switch to compact mode directly when the NV DVR is executed.
- Silent Launch
Enable the DVR system minimizes on the system tray automatically right after
start up.
- Default user
Automatically log in to the selected default user when the NV DVR is executed.
(10) POS
Set from which camera screen to display the data from the POS equipment. Click
Setting, to set the POS Console Setting. To set the text flow and color format, click
Advanced. (see also Chapter 5.1.1)
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(11) UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply)
Protect the system from damaging, such as power surges or brownouts. This
automatically gives time to close the NV DVR properly when the battery backup power
has reached the Shutdown when capacity below percentage level setting.
The UPS device must be connected to your computer (refer to your UPS user’s guide).
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The UPS application must meet Windows 2000 or Windows XP system
requirements.
5.1.1 To Set the POS Setting:
1. In the System Setting dialog box, POS section, click Setting. To set the
text flow and color format, click Advance.
2. In the POS Console Setting dialog box, click Add to set a new POS
setting, Modify to change the POS setting, and Delete to remove the
selected POS setting. Click OK to save and close POS Console Setting.
3. In the POS Mapping dialog box, click OK to accept the settings and
Cancel to exit without saving the new setting.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1) POS Name
(2) Protocol
(3) Skip first
: Enter a name to identify the POS.
: Select General for Epson compatible printer or for
TP_3688.
: Set the number of lines you want to be removed
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(4) Setup…
: Set the COM Properties. If you are not sure, please
contact your POS service provider.
(5) Port Setting
: Select the Local or Remote port to where it is
connected.
Local - select the COM port number which is
connected.
Remote – Use the UDP protocol for remote
connection if POS system can broadcast to Internet.
Enter the IP address of the remote station.
(6) Map to Channel : Select to which camera number to display the
transaction text.
(7) Text Filter
: Enter the word you want to be removed.
5.2
Camera Setting
In the Camera Setting dialog box, click OK to accept the new settings, click Cancel to
exit without saving, and click Default1/ Default2 to revert back to original factory
setting.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(8)
(4)
(9)
(5)
(6)
(7)
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(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to adjust the video setting. To select all the
cameras, enable the ALL check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on
the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left click on the camera icon. The
camera icon turns red when it is selected.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the
camera, we suggest disabling it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Camera
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is
hidden you can still record the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Name
Change the camera name.
- Description
Add a short comment.
(4) Video Adjustment
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation of the selected camera.
(5) Noise Reduction
Reduce undesirable video signal and improve the quality of the video.
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Noise Reduction uses lots of CPU resource. Please use this feature only if
it is really necessary.
(6) Auto Brightness Control
Automatically adjust the brightness.
(7) Night View
Automatically adjust the exposure to make the image more visible especially when the
site is dark. You can only use this function when the Auto Brightness Control is
enabled.
(8) Video Screen
Display the video of the selected camera.
(9) Input
Select the type of video camera input you are using.
- General Camera
The video source is coming directly from camera that is connected to the NV
Series PCI card.
- Remote DVR
The video source is coming from another NV DVR server. In the Remote DVR
dialog box, enter the server IP, port number, user ID, password and select the
camera number.
If you are not sure of the server IP and port, please check the NV DVR server
IP address in Network setting.
- IP Camera
The video source is coming from Network camera or IP camera. In the IP
Camera Settings dialog box, select to connect using Protocol or URL and then
enter the required info. If it requires user identification, enable Authentication
check box and enter User ID and Password.
If you are not sure of the Protocol or URL info, please refer to the IP camera
manual or contact your IP camera local distributor.
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5.3
Recording Setting
In the Recording dialog box, click OK to accept the new settings, click Cancel to exit
without saving, and click Default to revert back to original factory setting.
(1) Camera Icons
Select the camera number you want to set the recording setting. To select all the
cameras, enable the ALL check box. To select more than one camera, Right click on
the camera icon. To select one camera only, Left click on the camera icon. The
camera icon turns red when it is selected.
(2) Recording Mode
The blocks from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. To record in full 24 hours,
select the recording mode and click the button. If you want to only record at a
particular time, click the colored block beside the recording mode then click on the
time blocks. When the system starts recording a red triangle mark would appear at the
upper left corner of the screen. The recording modes are listed below:
- Always Recording
Record the video from the selected camera and save it to the designated storage
path (see also Chapter 5.1 #1).
- Motion Recording
Start recording the video from the selected camera only when the system detects
movement. Once a motion is detected, the system automatically saves the
previous frames and stop based on the Start Record Prior and Stop Record
After settings.
- Smart Recording
Automatically switch to recorded at the maximum frame rate setting once a motion
is detected and if there is no motion, it records at the minimum frame rate setting
Set the maximum and minimum frame rate setting in (7) Frame Rate section.
- Voice Detecting Recording
DVR system will record the sound when the voice exceeds the intensity value in
Voice Detection setting.
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No Recording
The system won’t do any recording.
(3) Enable Audio
Select to assign the audio channel of the selected camera. You can only assign one
audio channel to one camera source. This way you can record both audio and video.
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(4) Motion Detection
Adjust the sensitivity of the motion detector. The higher the value, the finer the
sensitivity is detected. When it detects a motion, a green triangle mark would appear
at the upper left corner of the screen.
(5) Voice Detection
Adjust the intensity of the audio detector. The system detects sound when it exceeds
the intensity value.
(6) Quality
Adjust the video quality. The higher the value, the lower the compression level and
uses more hard disk space.
(7) Frame Rate
Set the maximum and minimum number of frames to be recorded during motion and
motionless state. The frame rate ranges from 1 to 30 for NTSC and 1 to 25 for PAL.
The higher the frame rate, it uses more hard disk space.
(8) Video Size
Select the size of the video and click the button. The higher the size, the larger the
file it create. You can also activate the Enable Deinterlace to enhance the video
quality. Set the Enable Deinterlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and #2, if it captures lots of movement.
(9) Video Screen
Display the video of the selected camera.
(10) Mask/Shield Edit
Mask, mark an area on the screen to disregards the motion in the marked area and to
only monitor outside the marked area. As for the Shield, it covers an area on the
screen and the covered area would not be visible on the screen and recorded. (see
also Chapter 5.3.1 and 5.3.2)
(11) Compression Type
Select from 3 compression types. User can refer the table
below to check the NV card supports what type of
compression. H264 is the latest and advanced video
compression format that delivers better video quality and
smaller file size but this uses more CPU resource.
Advanced MPEG4 and MJPEG, both provide a standard
for color picture compression rate. MPEG4 uses higher
compression rate and smaller file size. While MJPEG
uses slightly lower compression rate and bigger file size.
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MPEG4
MPEG
Encryption
H264
MJPG
NV 3000
NV 5000
NV 6000
NV 7000
NV 7000H
Using the Advanced MPEG4 enables you to encrypt the recorded video that way only
the person who knows the password can clearly view the video playback. The file size
would become 10 to 30% more. Enabling the Video Encryption check box, you will be
prompted to enter the password and retype the password for confirmation. Make sure
not to forget the password for you would not be able to decrypt the video without it.
symbol would appear on the upper right of the encrypted video screen. You
The
may see the video during live recording (see also Chapter 5.3.3).
(12) Advanced Setting
Select to enhance video recording or video transfer via internet.
5.3.1 To Mask/Shield an area on the screen:
1.
2.
3.
In the Mask/Shield Edit section, activate the Enable Mask/Enable Shield
check box.
In the Edit section, select between Mask or Shield and click the button.
Click and drag a frame on the (9) Video Screen to create Mask or Shield
area.
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5.3.2 To show and change the color of the Mask:
1. Enable the Show Mask check box.
2. In the Color section, select the color and click button.
5.3.3 To Playback Encrypted Video:
On Playback, Webcam, and Remote Console
video screen, just click
and enter the correct
password to decrypt and playback the video.
To encrypt the recoded video back, click
enter a WRONG password.
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5.4
and
It is important to encrypt the video again, to
avoid unauthorized user viewing the video.
Network Setting
In the Network Setting dialog box, click OK to accept the new settings, click Cancel to
exit without saving, and click Default to revert back to original factory setting.
(1)
(4)
(2)
(3)
(5)
(1) Transmitting Cameras
Select and click on the camera number in the Transmitting Camera section you want
to make it accessible via internet using WebCam, Remote Console, PDA Viewer and
Hand Viewer (still image). To select all the cameras, enable the ALL check box.
(2) Main Configuration
Set the Server IP and Remote Console Port number. The system will automatically
detect your Server IP address. You need this when accessing NV DVR server from the
remote location via internet.
(3) Dynamic DNS (Domain Name System)
Enter the Domain Name and Password. To use this feature, go to http://ddns.avers.
com.tw and register.(also see Appendix A) You will be prompted to enter CD key
number, product name, password, and user information. Use this service if the IP
address changes each time when you connect to internet.
(4) Webcam Port
Activate Enable Anonymous Login to remotely access the NV DVR server without
the need of password and Talk to Web-Client to use the 2-Way Talk feature that
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microphone and speakers work before using this feature.
If the Talk to Web-Client is disabled, the person in the NV DVR server side can only
hear the voice from the client side that is when the WebCam 2-Way Talk button is
activated. (see also Chapter 8.1 #6).
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Make sure that your Webcam Digital Signature is updated yearly; else you
won’t be able to access the NV DVR server from the NV DVR WebCam. To
update/download your Webcam Digital Signature, click Update Webcam
Digital Signature. Make sure your PC is connected to internet.
(5) Other Configuration
- UPnP
Enable UPnP function to automatically configure the port setting on the local
network. This function is available when there is UPNP device in the same network.
It will write the DVR port information into the router or other network device.
- Enable remote users to use a PDA or a mobile phone to access NV DVR server
(See also Chapter 8.5 and 8.6) and set the Network bandwidth consumption limit.
5.5
Schedule Setting
Schedule to record, backup, enable network, reboot and disable alarm of all the
cameras either weekly or one time. The number from 00 to 23 represent the time in
24-hour clock. The left most column display the days in a week.
To Set the Schedule Setting:
1. Select the date in the calendar. Use
and
buttons to shift the calendar to
the left or right.
2. Select the condition you want to schedule in the drop down list.
- Record
Activate all the cameras to start video recording at the set time based on the
Recording setting (see also Chapter 5.3).
- Backup
Save another copy of all the data at the set time and specified backup path.
NV DVR automatically updates and only backup the data that are not yet
included in the archive. To assign backup path, click
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Make sure the backup folder and storage folder are not on the same drive.
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Activate NV DVR remote system to access at the set time. After the appointed
time, the Network function will be disabled. If the Network function is already
enabled, the Network function will not be disabled when the appointed time
has ended.
Reboot
Restart the PC at the appointed time.
Make sure the Windows operating system is set NOT to require you to
login user name and password. This way the system will be able to run NV
DVR program.
Disable Alarm
Deactivate the alarm at the set time temporarily.
- Turn on Relay #
Active the Relay at the set time. If there are no Relays are connected, Turn on
Relay # function will not display in drag down list. The Relay number will
depend on how many Relays are connected.
3. Specify to either schedule it weekly or one time. Click to make a selection.
4. Click on the blocks to set the schedule (see also Chapter 5.5.1). Or click All to
select all. To store the setting, click Save. To remove the settings, click Clear.
5. To end Schedule Setting, click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to
exit without saving the setting.
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5.5.1 To set schedule at a specific portion of time in that hour:
1. Right click the colored blocks.
2. In the Select time dialog box, click to enable
or disable the portion you want to set.
3. Click OK to accept the setting and Cancel to
exit without saving the setting.
5.6
Backup Setting
In the Backup Setting dialog box, the number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera number. When you back
up the file, you may find QLogViewer and Player application included in the backup
folder (see also Chapter 6).
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To Backup file:
1. Select the date of the recorded file in the calendar you want to backup. Use
and
buttons to shift the calendar to the left or right.
2. In the table below, click on the blue block to select the recorded file. The blue
block turns red when it is selected. The block that appears in white doesn’t have
data. If you want to set the specific time, right-click on the selected block. Then,
set the time to start and end.
3. Check the information beside the calendar.
Selected Files : Show the number of files selected.
Require Space : Show the total size of the selected file.
4. Enable Auto partition and select to divide the file size into DVD-R or CD-R.
NV DVR automatically backup and divide the file sizes to facilitate burning into
DVD or CD disc.
5. If you do NOT want to keep the recorded file in the storage folder, enable Delete
files after Backup check box.
6. Click
to set the path on where to store the backup file.
7. Click
to start archiving the selected file.
8. In the Processing… dialog box, to stop archiving press Abort. When done, in the
Backup Path list, shows the archived item. To burn the file in CD, you need to
have NERO 6 or above installed in your PC then select the item in the list and
click Burn. Click Exit to end this procedure and burn it later.
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9. In CD/DVD Backup, enable/disable Delete file after burning check box to remove
the archived file after burning. Click Burn to start and Exit to cancel this process.
5.7
Sensor Setting
The I/O device must be installed to use this function.
To Set the Sensor Setting:
1. Click the drop-down list and select the sensor ID number.
2. Enter sensor name.
3. The system automatically detects the card and input
number. In the Content section, enter sensor description.
4. In the test section, click Test to check the sensor status.
Red is high and Green is low.
5. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to
exit without saving the setting.
5.8
Relay Setting
The I/O device must be installed to use this function.
To set the Relay Setting:
1. Click the drop-down list and select the relay ID number.
2. Enter relay name.
3. The system automatically detects the card and input
number. In the Content section, enter relay description.
4. In the test section, click Test to trigger relay. Red is high
and Green is low.
5. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to
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exit without saving the setting.
5.9
Alarm Setting
In the Alarm Setting dialog box, click Add to insert and set new alarm setting, click
Delete to remove the selected alarm setting, click OK to exit and save the setting,
Cancel to exit without saving, and Default to revert back to original factory setting.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(7)
(4)
(5)
(6)
To set the Alarm Setting:
1. Click Add to insert and set a new alarm setting. Click the items in the (7) Alarm
Setting List, if you want to modify the alarm setting.
2. In (1) Alarm Setting number/Name/Description, display the selected alarm
setting number in the list below. Enter alarm name and description.
3. In (2) Enable Time, the number from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock.
Select the time and click the block you want to activate or deactivate the alarm
function. When it is deactivated the color of the block turns white.
4. In (3) Conditions, you can set “Trigger if any” to activate if it falls to one of the
conditions or “Trigger if all” to activate if it falls to all conditions.
In Camera section, select and click on the camera number (01 to 16) in
Motion Detected and Video Loss to set the condition for the system to
alarm.
In Missing and Suspicious Object Detected, click the camera number
(01 to 16)and select the certain object on the screen (right click on camera
number for detailed setting)), and when the certain object is missing or
doubtful, the system will alarm.(see also Chapter 5.9.12)
In Scene Change, click the camera number (01 to 16) and when the
camera is been moved, the system will alarm.
5. In (4) Sensor, select and click on the sensor number (01 to 16) to set the
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condition for the system to alarm. If the sensor normal status is high, set the
sensor condition to low (see chapter 5.7 step #4).
Enable/disable the Hard Disk Failed check box, to detect the condition of
the hard disk.
Enable/disable the POS Keyword check box, to scan the data from the
POS if it matches the keyword (see also Chapter 5.9.10).
Enable/disable the Alarm Message check box, to active with external alarm
message by your own program. For the detail configuration, please contact
the local reseller.
6. In (5) Alarm Reset, click the camera number (01 to 16) to set the reset condition
of alarm. Once alarm is reset, all alarm action will stop at the moment. If the
sensor normal status is high, set the sensor condition to low.
7. In (6) Action, you may now set the alarm action for the system to perform when
the alarm condition is activated.
- Launch E-Map
Display mini Emap screen.
- TV Out
Switch to only display the video on TV from where the alarm is activated.
- Enlarge Camera View
Switch to only display video in Preview/Advanced mode from where the alarm
is activated.
- Relay Output
Set to enable/disable the relay operation when the alarm is activated and to
extend additional time in second before it stops the relay operation (see also
Chapter 5.9.1).
- Play Warning Sound
Play alarm sound. To setup click Detail (see also Chapter 5.9.2).
- Make Phone Calls
Dial and contact the number in the list. To setup click Detail (see also Chapter
5.9.3). To use this feature, the PC must have a voice modem connected to it.
The supported audio system is only 8KHz and 16Bit mono.
- Send E-mail
Send an electronic text message. To setup click Detail (see also Chapter
5.9.4).
- File Transmission via FTP
Upload file to remote computer thru FTP (File Transfer Protocol). To setup
click Detail (see also Chapter 5.9.5).
- Start Recording
Record the video from the selected camera. To setup click Detail (see also
Chapter 5.9.6).
- SMS (Short Message Service)/MMS (Multimedia Messaging System)
SMS transmits only text messages to mobile phone. MMS transmits text
messages and images over wireless networks using the wireless application
protocol (WAP). Make sure your mobile phone support this feature and your
PC is connected to GSM/GPRS modem. To setup click Detail (see also
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Chapter 5.9.7).
PTZ preset point
Position the PTZ camera based on the preset point setting. To setup click
Detail (see also Chapter 5.9.8).
Alarm SOP (Standard Operation Procedure)
List the instructions to inform the person of what to do when the alarm is
activated. To setup click Detail (see also Chapter 5.9.9).
Send to CMS (Central Management System)
Enable/disable the selected camera to send video to CMS when the alarm is
activated (see also Chapter 5.9.10)
Launch Program
To call up the external program that is provided by 3rd party. Click Detail and
click
to locate the program path. Enable Multiple instance check box to
allow the program can be executed many times at the same time.
5.9.1 To Setup Alarm Relay:
1. Beside the Relay Output check box, click
Detail.
2. In the Alarm Relay dialog box, select from the
available relay list and in the ON column, set
to enable/disable the relay operation when the
alarm is activated.
In the Retrieve time check box, you may
enable/disable to extend the relay operation
time and set the duration in second.
3. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and
Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
5.9.2 To Setup the Alarm Sound Setting:
1. Beside the Play Warning Sound check
box, click Detail.
2. In the Alarm Sound Setting dialog box,
click
to select other wav file from
other source or folder, Play to listen,
Record to make a new copy of a
sound.
3. If you click Record, you will be
prompted if you want to replace the
file. Click OK to continue and
Cancel to discontinue.
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4. When the Sound Recorder appears,
use the record control panel to record,
stop, play, rewind and forward. If you
want to keep the existing file, click
File > Save As…, enter filename and
click Save. Make sure you have
microphone connected to your PC.
5. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without saving
the setting.
5.9.3 To Setup Call Out List:
1. Beside the Make Phone Calls check box,
click Detail.
2. In the Call Out List, click Add to insert a
new contact number, Modify to edit the
selected item, Remove to delete the
selected item, Test to check if it is
working.
3. In the Call Out Setting, enter the phone
number and description. Click
to
select existing sound recorded massager
and Record to make a new voice
message.
4. When the Sound Recorder appears, use
the record control panel to record, stop,
play, rewind and forward. If you want to
the existing file, click File > Save As…, enter filename and click Save.
Make sure you have microphone connected to your PC.
The supported audio system is only 8KHz and 16Bit mono.
5. Click OK to exit and accept the setting and Cancel to exit without saving
the setting.
5.9.4 To Setup Send E-mail Setting:
Beside the Send Email check box, click Detail. In the E-mail Setting dialog box, click
OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Mail Server
Enter the SMTP Server and port. If your e-mail system requires user identification,
enable Authentication check box and enter User ID and Password.
(2) Mail
To check if it is working, click Test Account button.
From:
Enter the sender e-mail address.
To and CC: Enter the recipient email address and separate it with comma or a
semicolon (;).
Subject:
Enter the message title.
Message:
Type the message.
(3) Email Notice Setting
Notice Interval
Set the period of time before it sends another e-mail notice.
Embedded image Select the image size and set the number of frames.
Attach image when sensor is triggered When the sensor is triggered, the system
will capture the image and send the image to the certain e-mail address with the alarm
message.
(4) Modem Dial up Setting
If you are using dial up modem, enable Auto Dial up check box and select the
modem name. You may also set the time to disconnect automatically, just enable the
Auto Disconnect after check box and set time.
5.9.5 To Setup FTP Setting:
1. Beside the File Transmission via FTP check
box, click Detail.
2. In the FTP Setting dialog box, enter the FTP IP,
port, user ID and password.
3. In Number of Pic text box, enter the number of
sequence images that want to send when file is transmitting.
4. In Upload image when sensor is triggered, select the camera that the
images will be capture and send when the sensor is triggered.
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5. Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the
setting.
5.9.6 To Setup Alarm Recording Setting:
1. Beside the Start Recording check box,
click Detail.
2. In the Alarm Recording Setting dialog box,
select the camera to enable/disable video
recording. Enable All to select all
cameras.
3. In the Frame Rate selection, select As
Setting to record the number of frames based on the Recording Setting or
Max to record the maximum of frames based on the available speed.
4. In the Stop Recording after text box, set the number in second for the
program to continue recording after the alarm has ended.
5. Click OK to accept the new settings and Cancel to exit without saving.
5.9.7 To Setup SMS/MMS Setting:
To use this feature, GSM/GPRS modem is
required. Connect the GSM/GPRS modem to
the serial COMM port of PC. Beside the
SMS/MMS check box, click Detail.
Select the port number in ComPort drop
down list from where the GSM/GPRS modem
is connected.
1. Click Modem Setup button to
automatically detect the Modem Baud
Rate.
2. In Local Phone Number text box, enter
the GSM SIM card phone number.
3. In Phone Num text box, enter the contact
number.
4. You may now set to send thru SMS &/or
MMS. If you enable SMS setting, just
enter the message in the text box. If you
enable MMS, enter the APN name, WAP
IP, MMS address and the message. If
you are not sure, please contact your mobile service provider.
5. Attach image when sensor is triggered select the camera that the images will
be capture and send when the sensor is triggered.
6. Click OK to accept the new settings and Cancel to exit without saving.
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Make sure your ISP provider and cell phone provider both support JPG file
format transmitting.
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5.9.8 To Setup PTZ Preset Point:
Beside the PTZ preset point check box, click Detail. In the
Trigger PTZ Preset Setting dialog box, select the PTZ
camera number then select the Enable check box. Select
the position of the PTZ camera when the alarm is
activated and ended. For the PTZ camera ended point,
user also can select one preset position or Auto Pan
between preset position group.
5.9.9 To Setup Alarm SOP:
Beside the Alarm SOP check box, click Detail.
In the step text boxes, type the standard
protocol when the alarm is activated. When the
alarm is activated the Standard Operation
Procedure dialog box will appear. Just click
Next to see the next instruction, Back to see
the previous instruction, Finish to end and
Abort to terminate.
5.9.10 To Setup CMS Setting
Beside the Send to CMS check box, click
Detail. In the CMS Setting, select the camera
to enable/disable sending the video to CMS.
Enable All to select all cameras. Then, click
OK to accept the new settings and Cancel to
exit without saving.
5.9.11 To Setup POS Keyword Setting
1. Beside the Send to POS Keyword check box, click
Detail.
2. In the POS Keyword Setting, select the camera to
enable/disable scanning the keyword. Enable All to
select all cameras.
3. Enter the text below keyword text box. Click Add to
include the keyword in the list.
To remove, select the word in the list and click
Delete. You may only add 8 keywords.
Click OK to accept the new settings and Cancel to exit without saving.
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Missing and Suspicious Object Detected
Missing Object
Select the certain object on the screen for the system to detect; when the object
is disappear or move and the system will alarm. Click OK to exit and save the
configuration. To exam the setup condition, click Start Test.
1.
Select the camera number (0-16) and press RIGHT button on the mouse to
call up the setup windows.
2.
Click Save to capture the image for comparing reference first. To view the
captured image, enable the Show Reference Image check box. The
captured image will display on screen. The reference image is sharing with
the Suspicious Object function.
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3.
Mark the Enable check box to setup the condition.
4.
Use the mouse to click and drag the frame on the screen. User can drag
more than one frame.
5.
Sensitivity: Set the system detects sensitivity.
6.
Delay Time: Set the lasting time for system to detect the object.
7.
To reset all object frames, click Clean. To clean an object frame, click right
button of mouse and drag the object frame that user want to clean.
Suspicious Object
Suspicious Object is including the object missing or the doubtful object appears
on the screen. Click OK to save and exit the setup windows. To exam the setup
condition, click Start Test.
1.
Select the camera number (0-16) and press right button on the mouse to
call up the setup windows. And then, click the Suspicious Object Tab.
2.
Click Save to capture the image for comparing reference. To view the
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captured image, enable the Show Reference Image check box. The
captured image will display on screen. The reference image is sharing with
the Missing Object function.
3.
Mark the Enable check box to setup the condition.
4.
Sensitive: Set the system detects sensitivity.
5.
Delay Time: Set the lasting time for system to detect the object.
6.
Use the mouse to click and drag the frame on the screen.
• Maximum_Object: the maximum detect size. The objects are out of
the maximum detect area will be disregard. Use mouse to click and
drag the frame on the screen.
• Minimum_Object: the minimum detect area. When the objects are
smaller than the minimum detect area, the system will disregard. Use
mouse to click and drag the frame on the screen.
7.
Enable Mask
Mark an area on the screen to disregards the motion in the marked area
and to only monitor outside the marked area. Mark the Enable Mask
check box, click and drag the mask frame on the screen.
8.
To reset all object frames, click Clean. To clean an object frame, click right
button of mouse and drag the object frame that user want to clean
5.10 User Setting
Only administrator can access User Setting. In the User Setting dialog box, click Add
to insert a new user, Delete to remove the selected user, Edit to modify the user
control right, OK to exit and accept the setting, and Cancel to exit without saving the
setting.
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After clicking Add or Edit, you may customize the user control setting. OK to exit and
accept the setting, and Cancel to exit without saving the setting
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(1) Authorization level
Select the status of the user. Only Administrator-level can access User Setting, and
reset the Alarm status when using the Remote Console.
(2) Control Right
Enable the items that would allow the user to access.
(3) Remote Access time
Allow the user to access NV DVR from a remote location using internet explorer.
Enable Infinite check box to access NV DVR without time limit. If you want to set time
limit, enter the number of minutes in Minute text box.
(4) Visible Camera
Select the camera number that would allow the user to access or view. To select all
the cameras, enable the ALL check box.
(5) Name
Enter the user name.
(6) Description
Enter the user description.
(7) Password
Enter the user password.
(8) Confirm Password
Enter the same user password for confirmation.
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Backup Video Players
You can playback the backup files using QLogViewer and Player applications. When
you back up the recorded file, QLogViewer and Player applications are automatically
included in the backup folder.
QLogViewer can only playback one video at a time. It only comes with video
segmentation, output segmentation, capture screen shot, and print the screen. With
Player, it is the same as in Playback mode and supports six (6) different split screen
types to view all the video at the same time. The only difference is that there are no
Preview and Playback buttons.
To run the application, go to backup folder and double-click QLogViewer or Player icon.
6.1
Familiarizing QLogViewer Buttons
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
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(1) Time
(2) File
(3) Playback
Control Buttons
(4) Progress bar
(5) Segmentation
(6) Output
(7) Save
(8) Print
(9) Open
6.2
Function
Display the file date, time and play speed.
Display the path where the file is located.
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of
½x, ¼x, or ⅛x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x,
or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move
the bar to seek at any location of the track.
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want. For
operational procedure, please refer to Chapter 4.8.
Save the segmented file in *.mpg, *.avi, or *.dvr format.
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp
format.
Print the screen shot.
Access the backup video file.
Familiarizing the Player Buttons
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(16)
(15)
(14)
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(7)
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(3)
(4)
(5)
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Name
(1) Split
Screen
Mode
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13
split screen mode.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on the
area you want to enlarge.
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(2) Exit
(3) Progress
bar
(4) Hour
Buttons
(5) Playback
Control
Buttons
(6) Date
i
Function
Select from six (6) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera over the
other or alongside on a single screen.
Close the Player.
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the
bar to seek at any location of the track.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the
specific time frame.
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of ½x,
¼x, or ⅛x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to
where to start playing the recorded video file.
The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The
numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera ID. The blue colored column
indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the
red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video
file.
(7) Status bar
(8) Camera ID
(9) Output
(10) Segment
(11) Print
(12) Snapshot
(13) Full
screen
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch
and view other camera.
Save the segmented file in *.mpg, *.avi, or *.dvr format (see also
Chapter 4.8).
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want (see also Chapter
4.8).
Print the screen shot.
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, Right click the
mouse or press ESC on the keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left
click to toggle to only display one of the video in the multiplescreen mode or all.
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(14) Visual
Search
(15) Find Next
(16) Event
Search
(17) Intelligent
Search
Function
Search from a specific camera by Date, Hour, Minute, 10
Seconds and Second. (See also Chapter 4.10)
Search for the next event or changes in the motion detector
frame. You can use this when you are using Intelligent Search or
Event Search only.
Search from the recorded activities that take place in the system
(i.e., Sensor, Motion , Video Loss, POS) . (See also Chapter
4.11)
Search the changes in the motion detector frame (See also
Chapter 4.12).
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Using Functional Keys
The NV DVR system provides shortcut keys. The table shows the function keys and
descriptions.
Function Keys
description
F1
Display system information
F2
Start recording
F3
Enable network function
F4
Access system settings
F5
Switch to playback mode
F6
Access E-map setting
F7
Access PTZ camera control panel
F8
Snapshot
F9
Switch to Full Screen
F11
Switch to AutoScan
Ctrl + A
Turn on/off hardware AGC (Auto Gain Control)
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Using the Remote Programs
You can use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access NV DVR server by entering the IP
address or domain name. To use this feature, make sure that you are connected to the
internet and the Network feature is enabled.
Accessing this feature for the first time you will be prompted by your browser to install
WebCamX.cab, allow the installation and you should be able to connect and login
afterwards.
For Windows 2000, click Yes when the Security Warning dialog box appears.
For Windows XP, click Install when the Internet Explorer - Security Warning dialog box
appears.
After installing the WebCamX.cab and when connecting to the NV DVR server, you
are required to enter User ID, password and select the network type.
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8.1
Familiarizing the NV DVR WebCam Buttons
Right-clicking on the webcam video screen, enables you to start video recording,
change video quality, switch camera and enable/disable DirectDraw.
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(14)
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(1)
Name
(1) DirectDraw
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(3)
(4)
(5) (6)
(7)
Function
Enhance the video quality.
Not all graphic cards can support this function.
(2) Received
file size
(3) Camera
frames
(4) Split display
mode
(5) Audio
(6) 2-Way Talk
(7) Record
(8) Event Log
Viewer
(9) Remote
Console
Indicate the size of the data being sent per second.
Indicate the number of frames per second.
Select from six (4) different split screen types to view all the
cameras. It also allows you to switch and view different
camera number.
Enable/disable remote sound.
Enable/disable 2-way audio function. This function allows
the client and server to talk via internet using MIC.
Make sure your microphone and speakers work before
using this function. If the NV DVR server Talk to web-client
setting is disabled, you won’t be able to hear from the other
side.
Save the video of the selected camera in AVI format.
Display the Event logs, Operation logs, POS logs, System
logs, and Network logs.
Initiate Remote Console. The interface is the same as NV
DVR application and allows you to control NV DVR server
(see also Chapter 8.2).
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(10) Remote EMap
(11) Remote
setup
(12) Select a
PTZ
camera
(13) Snapshot
(14) Full
screen
(15) Select
cameras
to view
Function
Display the NV DVR server Emap screen (see also Chapter
4.7).
Change the NV DVR server settings (see also Chapter
8.1.1).
Initiate PTZ camera controller (see also Chapter 8.2)
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video.
To return, Right click the mouse or press ESC on the
keyboard.
Select to the view camera from different server. In Select
Camera dialog box, Display column, click to enable/disable
viewing the camera. In Video Quality column, click to select
between High, Normal or Low.
- Click Add Server and select the server type between
DVR and IP Cam to add.
- Click Delete Server to delete the selected item.
- Click Import to replace it with the previous saved list.
- Click Export to save the list.
- Click Apply All to change all the camera video quality
based on the selected setting.
- Click OK to exit.
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8.1.1 To Setup Remote System Setting
Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
The setting here applies to Remote DVR only.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(10)
(6)
(11)
(7)
(12)
(13)
(8)
(9)
(14)
(1) Camera Name
Select the camera you want to adjust the settings.
(2) Enable
Set to enable/disable the selected camera. When there is no video source on the
camera, we suggest disabling it so that the system won’t detect it as video loss error.
(3) Camera Setting
- Display
Enable/disable to show the video. Even if the video of the selected camera is
hidden you can still record the video and preview it in playback mode.
- Name
Change the camera name.
- Description
Add a short comment.
(4) Video Adjustment
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation of the selected camera.
(5) Auto Brightness Control
Automatically adjust the brightness.
(6) Night View
Automatically adjust the exposure to make the image more visible especially when the
site is dark. You can only use this function when the Auto Brightness Control is
enabled.
(7) Recording Mode
The blocks from 00 to 11 (AM & PM) represent the time in 24-hour clock. To record in
full 24 hours, select the recording mode and click the button. If you want to only
record at a particular time, click the colored block beside the recording mode then click
on the time blocks. When the system starts recording a red triangle mark would
appear at the upper left corner of the screen. The recording modes are listed below:
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Always Recording
Record the video from the selected camera and save it to the designated
storage path (see also Chapter 5.1 #1).
- Motion Recording
Start recording the video from the selected camera only when the system
detects motion. Once a motion is detected, the system automatically saves the
previous frames and stop based on the Start Record Prior and Stop Record
After settings.
- Smart Recording
Automatically switch to recorded at the maximum frame rate setting once a
motion is detected and if there is no motion, it records at the minimum frame
rate setting Set the maximum and minimum frame rate setting in (7) Frame
Rate section.
- No Recording
The system won’t do any recording.
(8) Motion Detection
Adjust the sensitivity of the motion detector. The higher the value, the finer the
sensitivity is detected. When it detects a motion, a green triangle mark would appear
at the upper left corner of the screen.
(9) Voice Detection
Adjust the intensity of the audio detector. The system detects sound when it exceeds
the intensity value.
(10) Noise Reduction
Reduce undesirable video signal and improve the quality of the video.
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Noise Reduction uses lots of CPU resource. Please use this feature only if
it is really necessary.
(11) Quality
Adjust the video quality. The higher the value, the lower the compression level and
uses more hard disk space.
(12) Frame Rate
Set the number of images per second of the video to be recorded. The frame rate
ranges from 1 to 30 for NTSC and 1 to 25 for PAL. The higher frame rate, it uses more
hard disk space.
(13) Video Size
Select the size of the video and click the button. The higher the size, the larger the
file it create. You can also activate the Enable Deinterlace to enhance the video
quality. Set the Enable Deinterlace mode to #1, if you are capturing motionless
picture and #2, if it captures lots of movement.
(14) Compression Type
Select between the 2 compression types. MPEG4 uses higher compression rate and
the file is smaller. While MJPEG uses lower compression rate and the file is bigger.
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8.2
Familiarizing the WebCam PTZ Buttons
(1)
(2)
(5)
(6)
(3)
(4)
Name
(1) Direction buttons
(2) Select PTZ
(3) AutoPan Groups
(4) Camera preset
position number
(5) Zoom +/(6) Focus +/-
Function
Adjust and position the focal point of the PTZ camera.
Click the center to pan automatically.
Choose to enable/disable the PTZ camera. In the Select
PTZ dialog box, Select column, click to enable/disable
viewing and controlling the PTZ camera.
Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit
without saving the setting.
Operate the PTZ cameras automatically based on the
selected camera group preset position number.
Move the PTZ camera to the preset point.
Zoom in and out the image.
Adjust the focus manually to produce clear image.
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Familiarizing the Remote Console Buttons
(15)
(14)
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(1)(2)
Name
(1) Exit
(2) Volume
(3) Split
Screen
Mode
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(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Function
Close the Remote Console.
Enable/disable the sound.
Select from six (6) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera over the other
or alongside on a single screen.
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and 13
split screen mode.
To change the video quality, right-click on the screen and select between
High, Normal or Low.
(4) Record
(5) Emap
(6) Network
(7) Setup
(8) Preview
(9) Playback
(10) Status
Bar
(11) Camera
ID
Start/stop video recording.
Display the map in each area, the camera/sensor/relay location
and the warning event. (see also Chapter 4.7)
Enable/disable remote system access. This feature allows you to
access NV DVR server from a remote location via internet
connection.
Configure the Remote Console setting. (see also Chapter 8.3.1)
Switch to Preview/Advanced mode. This allows you to view live
camera display.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file. (see Chapter 8.4)
Display the current date, time and hard disk free space.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch
and view other camera.
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Name
(12) Event
log
(13)
Snapshot
(14) Full
screen
(15) Alarm
Function
Show the record of activities that take place in the system. To filter
the records, select and click the option button to only display
Event, System, Operation, Network or POS.
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
Use the entire area of the screen to only display the video.
To return, Right click the mouse or press ESC on the keyboard.
Alert and display warning info. Only Administrator-level can reset
and turn on, off and trigger the Sensor and Relay by right-clicking
the item in the Sensor and Relay list.
8.3.1 To Setup Remote Console Setting
Click OK to exit and save the setting and Cancel to exit without saving the setting.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Storage Path
Set the directory on where to save the data. When there is not enough free space to
record one hour data, the system automatically replaces the oldest data. In case you
have more than one storage path, the system automatically saves the data to the next
storage path.
By default the data is stored in C:\RemoteData, to insert another storage path, click
Add. To remove the selected path, click Delete.
If you want the system to automatically erase the data after a certain days, enable the
Delete recorded data after check box and enter the numbers of days in Days text
box.
(2) Language
Customize the system to display the tool tips and dialogs based on the selected
language. By default the language is in English.
(3) Remote Server
Enter the NV DVR Server IP and Port number.
(4) Channel Settings
The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera ID. In Transmitting Channels section,
enable the camera number to receive the camera signal from the server. In Visible
Channels section, enable the camera number to view the camera signal on Remote
Console screen. To select all the cameras, enable the ALL check box.
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8.4
Using the Remote Playback
To use this feature, first you need to select the source of the file. In the Select
Playback Mode dialog box, choose Local Playback to open the file that is recorded in
the Remote Console, and Remote Playback to open the file that is recorded in the
NV DVR server. When you choose Remote Playback, select RealTime Playback if
your internet bandwidth is fast and big enough, otherwise choose Download and
Playback.
Click OK to proceed and Cancel to void this operation.
In the Video Playback Date/Time Selection, the number from 00 to 23 represent the
time in 24-hour clock. The numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera number.
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To Make a Selection:
4. Select the date in the calendar. Use
and
buttons to shift the calendar to
the left or right.
5. In the table below, click on the blue block to select and open the recorded file. The
blue block turns red when it is selected. The block that appears in white doesn’t
have data. You can only select one block when you choose Download and
Playback.
6. Click OK to proceed and Cancel to void this operation.
7. If you select Download Playback and after making the selection, the system
divides the selected hour into 16 video thumbnails. In the Time Selection screen,
click on the video thumbnail you want to download and open (see also Chapter
8.4.2).
8.4.1 Familiarizing the Local Playback Buttons
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(7)
(1) (2)
(4)
(3)
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(1) Split
Screen
Mode
Function
Select from six (6) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera over the
other or alongside on a single screen.
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and
13 split screen mode.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square
on the area you want to enlarge.
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(2) Progress
bar
(3) Hour
Buttons
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the
bar to seek at any location of the track.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the
specific time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar
on top of the hour button indicates that there is a recorded video file
on that period of time. While the red bar indicates that you are
currently viewing the recorded video file.
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(4) Playback
Control
Buttons
(4) Playback
Control
Buttons
(5) Date
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Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of ½x,
¼x, or ⅛x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to
where to start playing the recorded video file.
The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The
numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera ID. The blue colored column
indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of time. While the
red colored column indicates on where to start playing the recorded video
file.
(6) Preview
(7) Playback
(8) Status bar
(9) Camera ID
(10) Output
(11) Segment
Switch to Preview/Advanced mode.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file.
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch
and view other camera.
Save the segmented file in *.mpg, *.avi, or *.dvr format (see also
Chapter 4.8).
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want (see also Chapter
4.8).
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(12) Snapshot
(13) Full
screen
Function
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right
button of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left
click to toggle to only display one of the video in the multiplescreen mode or all.
8.4.2 Familiarizing the RealTime Playback Buttons
(11)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(7)
(1) (2)
Name
(1) Split
Screen
Mode
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(5)
(6)
Function
Select from two (2) different split screen type to playback the
recorded video file of all the camera, or one camera.
If there are only 4 cameras, you won’t be able to switch to 9, 16, and
13 split screen mode.
- To zoom in an area on the screen, Right click and Drag a square on
the area you want to enlarge.
(2) Progress
bar
(3) Hour
Buttons
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(4)
(3)
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the
bar to seek at any location of the track.
Select and click to playback the recorded video file on the
specific time frame.
The Hour buttons represent the time in 24-hour clock. The blue bar on
top of the hour button indicates that there is a recorded video file on
that period of time. While the red bar indicates that you are currently
viewing the recorded video file.
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Name
(4) Playback
Control
Buttons
(5) Date
i
Function
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of ½x,
¼x, or ⅛x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Select the date on the calendar and the time from 00 to 23 to
where to start playing the recorded video file.
The numbers from 00 to 23 represent the time in 24-hour clock. The
numbers from 01 to 16 represent the camera ID. The blue colored
column indicates that there is a recorded video file on that period of
time. While the red colored column indicates on where to start playing
the recorded video file.
(6) Preview
(7) Playback
(8) Status bar
(9) Camera ID
(10) Snapshot
(11) Full
screen
Switch to Preview/Advanced mode.
Switch to Playback mode. This allows you to view the recorded
video file.
Display the recorded date, time and play speed.
Show the number of cameras that are being viewed. When you
are in single screen mode, click the camera ID number to switch
and view other camera.
Capture and save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format.
View in Playback-compact mode. To return, press the right
button of the mouse or ESC on the keyboard.
When you switch to full screen in multiple-screen mode, Left
click to toggle to only display one of the video in the multiplescreen mode or all.
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8.4.3 Familiarizing the Download and Playback Buttons
(8)
(7)
(6)
(5)
(4)
(1)
Name
(1) Progress
bar
(2) Playback
Control
Buttons
(3) Date
(4) Output
(5) Print
(6) Save
(7) Segment
8.5
(3)
(2)
Function
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move the
bar to seek at any location of the track.
Begin: Move at the beginning of the recorded video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Slower: Play the recorded video file at the speed of ½x,
¼x, or ⅛x.
Rewind: Wind back the recorded video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the recorded video file.
Play: Play the recorded video file.
Faster: Play the recorded video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the recorded video file.
Open other file.
Save the segmented file in *.mpg, or *.avi, format.
Print the screen shot.
Save the screen shot either in *.jpg or *.bmp format and video in
*.dvr format.
Keep a portion of the recorded video you want. You may follow
the instruction in Chapter 4.8.
Using Handy Viewer to Access NV DVR server
Users can use a mobile phone to access the NV DVR through Internet. Make sure
your mobile phone support IE browser and is connected to the internet. To access the
NV DVR server, open IE browser and enter http://enter server IP or domain name
here/mobile. You can see the latest screen shot. Click << >> to change the channel
or camera and Refresh to reload new screen shot.
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8.6
Using PDA Viewer to Access NV DVR Server
Users can also use a PDA to access the NV DVR through Internet. Make sure your
PDA support IE browser and is connected to the internet. To use this feature, you
need to install the PDA Viewer software either thru ActiveSync connection or download
it from the internet. Please check if your PDA meets the 2 requirements below.
OS: MS Windows CE 4.0, PocketPC 2002/2003,
Mobile 5 PDA version
CPU: ARM architecture
8.6.1 To install PDA Viewer thru ActiveSync
1. Connect your PDA to your PC. Place
the CD into the CD-ROM drive then
click Install PDA Viewer. And follow the
on screen instructions.
2. Click Next to continue.
3. Read the license agreement and click
Yes to accept all the terms. The
system will then automatically install
the application.
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4. When you are prompted, click Yes to
install the application using the default
directory.
5. When done, click OK.
8.6.2 To install PDA Viewer from the Internet
Make sure you are connected to the internet.
1. Open the web browser and enter the
server IP. Then click the hyperlink
Download PDA-Viewer.
2. When the Download dialog box appears,
enable Open file after download and
click Yes.
After the installation, the PDA-Viewer 5.5 icon
will appear in the Programs list.
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8.6.3 To Use the PDA Viewer
1. Run the PDA-Viewer 5.5 in the Programs.
2. Familiarizing the PDA Viewer buttons.
(2)
(1)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(10)
(9)
(8)
(6)
(7)
Name
(1) Connect
Function
Hook up to the NV DVR server. Make sure you are connected
to internet.
When the iView screen appears, enter the server IP, port, user
ID, password and select the connection type. Then, click OK.
(2) Split Screen
Mode
(3) About
(4) Minimize
(5) Exit
(6) Focus
(7) Full Screen
(8) Snapshot
(9) Zoom
(10) Direction
buttons
Select between 2 screen display types. It also allows you to
switch and view different camera number or channels.
Display the PDA-Viewer software version.
Reduce the size to taskbar.
Close the PDA-Viewer.
Adjust the focus of PTZ camera to produce clear image.
Use the entire screen to only display the video.
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
Zoom in and out the PTZ camera image.
Adjust and position the focal point of the PTZ camera.
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3. To change the video quality, enable/disable audio, and select to display different
camera, tap on the video screen longer the pop up menu will appear.
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Image Verification
ImageVerification is a watermark-checking program to identify the authenticity of a
saved image (e.g. by snapshot). This program can only verify uncompressed bmp
image files.
9.1
To Run the ImageVerification program
1. Click Start>Programs>DSS>ImageVerification.
2. In the ImageVerification screen, click Load Source Image and locate the image
source.
3. Click Verify Image to begin the process.
4. Check the result in the Processed Image screen. If the picture is unmodified, the
image in the Source Image and Processed Image screen would be exactly the
same. If the picture is being modified, a warning dialog box would prompt you and
the modified area is highlighted.
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Video Enhancer
The bundled Video Enhancer is a video editing tool and can only be used with *.dvr
video file. It allows you to adjust the video picture quality, segment and save the
wanted portion of the video, zoom in and out the image, and print or save the screen
shot. You can also save the setting and apply it on other files.
(16)
(15)
(17)
(14)
(18)
(13)
(12)
(19)
(20)
(11)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(10)
(9)
(1)
Name
(1) Open File
(2) Save Image
(3) Playback
Control
Buttons
(4) Save Video
(5) Print
(6) Segment
(7) Zoom Buttons
(8) Full Screen
(2) (3) (4)
(5)
(6)
(7) (8)
Function
Access *.dvr video file.
Capture and save the screen shot in *.bmp format.
Begin: Move at the beginning of the video file.
Previous: Go back to the previous frame.
Rewind: Wind back the video file.
Pause: Briefly stop playing the video file.
Play: Play the video file.
Faster: Play the video file at the speed of 2x, 4x, or 8x.
Next: Go to the next frame.
End: Go to the end of the video file.
Save the edited or segmented video in *.avi format.
Print the screen shot.
Mark the beginning and the end of the wanted portion of
the video. Two triangle marks will appear on the slider. To
cancel video segmentation, click this button again.
Enlarge, reduce, and set the image back to normal size.
Use the entire screen to only display the video.
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(9) Default
(10) History Box
(11) Undo
(12) Noise
Reduce
(13) Sharpness
(14) Effects
(15) Picture
Adjustment
(16) Original
Screen
(17) Temporary
Setting
Block
(18) Status Bar
(19) Progress
Bar
(20) Add Setting
(21) Rename
(22) Delete
(23) Load Setting
(24) Save Setting
Function
Set the video back to original state and delete all the
changes in the history box.
List all the actions.
Delete the last action.
Adjust the softness and repair the damaged colours.
Improve the overall image by enhancing edges. This gives
the image more depth.
• Gray Scale: convert the image into black and white
(monochrome).
• Normalize: adjust the brightness intensity.
• Equalize: automatically adjust the images that are too
dark.
• De-interlace: smooth out the overlying frames.
• Static: de-interlace for motionless scene.
• Dynamic: de-interlace for moving scene.
Adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and
Gamma.
Display the original state of the image.
Display the sample settings. Click the sample to apply the
setting on the current video.
Display the date, and time of the video.
Show the progress of the file being played. You may move
the bar to seek at any location of the track.
Include the new setting to the temporary setting block.
Change the name of the selected setting in the temporary
setting block.
Permanently remove the selected setting in the temporary
setting block.
Call the saved settings.
Store the settings in the temporary setting block.
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Chapter 11
Web Tools
The bundled Web Tools includes Dispatch Server and Remote Backup program. To
install Web Tools, place the CD into the CD-ROM drive then click Install Web Tools.
11.1 Dispatch Server
Dispatch is designed to reduce the network traffic of the NV DVR server. Instead of
connecting directly to the NV DVR server, the client can connect to the computer that
is connected to the NV DVR server using the Dispatch program.
To Run Dispatch program:
1. Make sure you are connected to the internet.
2. Click Start>Programs>DSS>Tool>Dispatch.
3. In the DVR Server section, enter the NV DVR server IP, port, user ID and
password. You can also select to display the language you prefer.
4. Auto connect when star
Enable to automatically connect the dispatch server when start up
5. In the Dispatch Service section, if you have installed more than one network card,
select the Service IP number.
6. In the Dynamic DNS Configuration section, enter the DNS server Name and
Password. The DNS server can be the remote storage server for sharing the DVR
system loading.
7. Click START to connect.
11.2 Remote Backup
Remote Backup is purely for backing up the *.dvr file from the NV DVR sever. You can
select between Auto Backup and Manual Backup. Auto Backup continuously archives
one hour of the recorded data at a time, starting from the specified date. As for Manual
Backup, it only archives the recorded data of selected date.
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To back up the data, you must have at least 2G hard disk space.
To back up the recoded data from the NV DVR server:
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1. Make sure you are connected to the internet.
2. In the Server Setting section, enter the NV DVR server IP, port, user ID, password
and click Connect.
3. Select the Backup mode.
In Auto Backup mode:
-
In Begin Date drop down calendar, select the date from where to start.
-
Click Add to set the storage path.
-
Click Delete to remove the selected storage path.
-
Click Schedule to select/unselect the time you want to backup. The red block
turns white when it is unselected.
-
Enable/disable Disk Recycle check box, to automatically overwrite the oldest
file when there is not enough free space to backup the file.
In Manual Backup mode:
-
Click File Select to choose the date, time and camera you want to back up.
-
Click Browse to set the storage path.
4. Click Start Backup to begin and Stop Backup to end.
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Using the Remote Control Server
The bundled Remote Control Server enables the PC with Central Management
System program (CM1000) installed in it remotely access the NV DVR server. You
many need to manually run this program for CMS access the NV DVR server. To run,
click start > Programs > DSS > DVR > Remote Control Server.
The
remote control server icon appears on the taskbar when the remote control
server is enabled. To change the port setting or stop server, right-click
then make a selection.
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icon and
Appendix A Registering Domain Names
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) is a data query service mainly used on the
Internet for translating domain names into Internet addresses. It allows remote
clients to intelligently search dynamic servers without any previous enquiring for
servers’ Internet addresses.
In order to take advantage of this intelligent service, first register your domain name on
the following Web site http://ddns.avers.com.tw
1.
User Login
Browse the website ddns.avers.com.tw with Microsoft IE or Netscape Navigator
to access the following dialog.
First input the 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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3.
User Information
Please provide the following user information, Host Name, Password, E-mail,
Company, and Country to complete the registration process.
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.
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