MOBILE CAMERA MANAGER for iPad USER MANUAL OpenEye® iPad Mobile Camera Manager Software Manual (v1.4.3.06) Manual Edition 32262AB – NOVEMBER 2013 ©2013, OPENEYE All Rights Reserved. No part of this documentation may be reproduced in any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, except as expressed in the Software License Agreement. OpenEye shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The information in this publication is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind. The entire risk arising out of the use of this information remains with recipient. In no event shall OPENEYE be liable for any direct, consequential, incidental, special, punitive, or other damages whatsoever (including without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption or loss of business information), even if OPENEYE has been advised of the possibility of such damages and whether in an action or contract or tort, including negligence. This documentation is copyrighted. All other rights are reserved to OPENEYE. OPENEYE, and OpenEye, are registered trademarks of OPENEYE in the United States and elsewhere; Windows, and Windows XP Embedded are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective owners. OPENEYE Liberty Lake, WA ● U.S.A. MOBILE CAMERA MANAGER OVERVIEW The OpenEye Mobile Camera Manager application allows you use your iPad as a service monitor to view video from your IP cameras. The OpenEye Mobile Camera Manager greatly benefits installers by providing a platform for testing and adjusting IP cameras with an easy-to-use iPad app. Minimum Requirements • OpenEye IP Cameras o • CM-611, CM-711, CM-650, CM-716, CM-716I, CM-722 OpenEye IP PTZ Cameras o CM-816, CM-L812, CM-M806 • Supported models: • WiFi Local Area Network (LAN) connection for each camera o Note Apple iPad (Gen2 to Gen4), iPad Mini Each camera must be on the same WiFi network as your iPad. Application Features • Direct camera connection • IP address configuration • Pan, Tilt, Zoom control • Auto and Manual focus control • Video rotation • Switch between low and high resolution streams • View and freeze live video IP CAMERA CONNECTION Install your IP cameras according to the instructions included with the cameras. Make sure your cameras are properly connected to your network, and that all network switches and cables are in proper working order. Your network must have a wireless router or other WiFi access point, and your iPad must have access to connect to the network, via the router or access point. DOWNLOADING THE APP 1. Note On your Apple iPad, tap the App Store icon. To install an application from the App Store, you must have a valid Apple iTunes account. 2. Tap Search and type OpenEye Mobile Camera Manager. 3. Follow the instructions to download and install the application. 4. When the application is successfully installed, the OpenEye Mobile Camera Manager icon will appear on the device. QUICK CONNECT Use the Quick Connect function to connect to your camera using the default User Name and Password. If the Username and Password have been changed, edit the information appropriately. Once disconnected, Mobile Camera Manager will not save the connection information for your camera. 1. Launch the iPad app. 2. Tap Find Devices. All of the cameras connected to your network will appear on the Find Devices list. 3. Tap the name of the camera you want to connect to. 4. Tap Quick Connect. 5. You can change the Name, IP address, Port number, Username, and Password by tapping the field and then typing your desired name, value, or password. Note The default Username for OpenEye cameras is Admin, and the default Password is 1234. 6. Tap Connect. 7. Your camera will appear in the Live View section of your screen. BOOKMARK You can place a camera in the bookmark list to have quick and easy access any time you launch the Mobile Camera Manager app. 1. Launch the iPad app. 2. Tap Find Devices. All of the cameras connected to your network will appear on the Find Devices list. 3. Tap the name of the camera you want to add to the Bookmark list. 4. Tap Add Bookmark, and then type the correct User name and Password. 5. Tap Save, and then close Find Devices. 6. Your camera is now in the Bookmarks list. To view the camera, tap the camera name. VIEW LIVE VIDEO Once connected, your iPad screen will display up to 4 channels. Double-tap a single channel to open full screen. To return to the multi-camera view, double-tap the screen again. Rotate – Rotate the image of the selected camera channel. Switch Stream – Switch the IP stream being used to view the video. Stream 1 displays full resolution, but at a rate of 1 frame per second. Stream 2 displays lower resolution but at the full frame rate. Stream 2 is displayed by default. PTZ – Control the Pan Tilt and Zoom functions of a selected PTZ camera, as well as autofocus and manual focus of non PTZ autofocus cameras. Audio – Turn on the audio for the selected camera channels. Snapshot – Save a still image of the selected camera channel. Info – View the Name, IP Address, frame rate, Resolution, codec, and firmware for the selected camera. Freeze – Pause video for all channels. Full screen – Expand the selected camera channel to full screen. DIGITAL ZOOM Digital Zoom allows you to zoom in or out of Live and Search video. Zooming Live Video 1. Double tap a channel to view it in full screen. 2. Pinch your thumb and index finger apart to zoom in, pinch them together to zoom out. CONTROL PTZ CAMERAS On PTZ-enabled cameras, you can pan, tilt, and zoom the camera and move to preset positions. For cameras with autofocus lenses, you can use the autofocus or manual focus controls to adjust the focus. • Use the directional buttons to pan and tilt the camera. • Use the zoom buttons to zoom the camera • Use the preset number buttons to move to predefined preset locations. Note Iris control is not supported. www.openeye.net 1-888-542-1103 © 2013 OpenEye All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from OpenEye. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, OpenEye cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Revisions or new editions to this publication may be issued to incorporate such changes.
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