SuperIP Cam Users Manual 1. Install your SuperIP Cam Software. 2. Once the software is installed run the SuperCam IP software. You will see the following screen. 3. The first step is to add a camera. Right click on the area shown below. 4. Once you right click you will see a drop down menu. Select Add Equipment. 5. You will then see “ Select Equipment Type ”. Choose “Equipment Q Serials” and click on “OK”. 6. Make sure that you have already connected and tested your camera on the network with the IP Camera Search app prior to following these steps. Once you have clicked “OK” the following window will appear. Choose “IP/ Domain Mode” and enter the LAN IP of your MAX-IP260 camera. Select the HTTP port you assigned the camera and enter the User Name and Password you assigned your camera. The default is (blank) for both. 7. Next select the Alarming Tab. Under this tab you can assign Alarm conditions for your cameras. You may choose to set the Alarm ( Motion ) detection via a schedule or constant monitoring. Clicking the “ Add ” button will allow you to set a schedule and control the actions you would like to invoke during an Alarm. 8. The Record tab allows you to choose when you would like to record. You may choose No recording, Constant Recording or Scheduled Recording. You may also choose to record in Mpeg4 to save disk space. 9. Once you are finished making changes go back to the General tab and press “ OK ”. 10. The moment you press “ OK “ you should see your camera on the main GUI screen. If you do not your IP settings are incorrect. Make sure you test your settings using the IPCamera Search App. 11.Right clicking within the camera screen will open a secondary menu where you may start transmission, stop transmission, enable alarm, set recording or enter the camera menu. You may also use the icons located on the bottom right of the screen to access these functions. 12. The 3 buttons shown above are shortcut operations to Start, Quit, and Setup. Multi View 13.Use the Multi View buttons to view multiple cameras. For example: 1、 4、9、15、25、 64 etc. For more than 64 cameras you have a multipage setup. System Operation The picture above is the System Operation window, click “start all” to begin viewing all IP Cameras, click “Stop Allʼ, to stop viewing all cameras. 1. To View Recorded Video and do Playback Click “Records”, a dialogue box will come up allowing you to search for recorded video. In the Records Manager you may view your scheduled recordings or event alarm recordings. The videos are recorded in either MJPEG or MPEG4 depending on what you chose. These standard codecs allow you to playback these videos on standard media players. Options Menu The options menu lets you control the Storage, Video Overlay, Alarm, Autorun and DDNS settings. Others Menu Click “Other” on the lower right corner, users can view Equipment List, manage logs and system operators. In the “About” menu, users can check software version number and new version availability for download.
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