Internet Digital Video Recording System Users Manual and

Internet Digital Video Recording System Users Manual and
Internet Digital Video Recording System
Users Manual and Installation Guide
All information contained in this manual is subject to change
Varieon. Co. Ltd
http://www.varieon.com
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Thank you very much for purchasing a Varieon DVR.
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Copyright © 2004 Varieon Co., Ltd. USA. All rights reserved.
You may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license,
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to follow guideline unless otherwise specified.
Safety Information for installation and Operation
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Do not disassemble this product.
Avoid direct sunlight or placement in a high temperature environment.
Do not place the Varieon DVR near magnetized or electrical appliances.
Avoid installation in places exposed to high temperatures, dust or moisture.
No moisture is allowed into the grooves that are designed for ventilation.
Secure large enough space for system electrical wiring.
Adequate ventilation is required.
Do not place heavy objects on the system itself.
Support Information & Service Location
• Support information
Service Inquiry: Contact your local sales representative
Technical support (Regarding Back-up, software problem): Contact to Varieon. Co., Ltd.
• Contact Information
Varieon Co., Ltd.
2035 Royal Lane Suite 290, Dallas Texas 75229
TEL: 469-916-1099
FAX: 972-484-3225
http://www.varieon.com
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1.
INTRODUCTION
Varieon’s DVR is the leading edge security solution system, which integrates standard CCTV
equipment, and digital components to offer an all digital solution.
The extensive features of the equipment hardware are as follows:
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Greatly enhancing the capabilities of normal surveillance equipment such as CCTV/VTR.
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Offers many advantages traditional tape-based time-lapse VCRs can not. Semipermanent to store information without the use of tapes.
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Easy to use as an exclusive Linux based system.
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Easy to install and inexpensive to maintain.
The features of the software are as follows:
System:
Embedded Linux based system
Graphical User Interface:
Multi-language support (Korean, English, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, German)
User selectable screen theme
User selectable fonts (Size, Style, Color)
User selectable viewing mode (1/4/9/10/16 channel and Full Screen)
Channel rotation with user definable intervals
User definable camera ID (Font size, style, color)
On screen keyboard
Motion detection indicator for recording
Screen lock
PTZ controller module pop-up
Panic alarm button
Camera:
User definable camera ID
Individual camera image control (Brightness, contrast, color, tint)
User selectable individual camera resolution setting
Hidden camera function (Specific camera image can be hidden from the screen)
User selectable PTZ protocols and target address
Supports NTSC, PAL, SECAM
Recording:
MPEG-4 Codec for live recording.
Up to 16 channel simultaneous video/audio recording
Scheduled recording
Pre/Post alarm recording definable up to 600 seconds
User definable record quality (Bit-rate, key-frame gap, frames per second)
Time/Date stamp on image
Forced recording capable
Search:
Simultaneous multiple channel search capable
Search by specific date, time or event
Variable speed review
Individual frames
10 sec increments
1 minute increments
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1.0 INTRODUCTION (continued)
Review, print or archive images to CD, USB flash memory device, or floppy
User selectable image ratio (4:3, 16:9)
Digital zoom in/out capable
Search and review by event
Network:
Transmit streaming video/audio via TCP/UDP
User selectable transmit quality per client
Limit number of concurrently connected clients
User definable port number
Identify and view connected clients
User selectable port number for the web client
User selectable forced web address
File and data sharing in a Windows network environment
User configuration:
Multi-level user access control
Selectable function permission by user-level (Camera selection, streaming control,
device configuration)
Ability to limit access of data/device by user-level
Ability to limit access to system resources by user-level (network files, modems, etc…)
Individual login setup
Event/Handler System:
Event:
User selectable event mapping
Motion detection for each camera
Sensor/Alarm input/output up to 16 sensor input and up to 16 alarm output
Hard disk status report
Camera signal status report
Automatic detection/notification of IP change
Handler:
Select which event, and which cameras record per alarm.
Selectable output (DOUT)
Warning message and siren
Automatic e-mailing
Motion Detection:
Motion detection for each camera
Sensitivity and noise control function
Auto noise filter calculation
Multiple motion detection areas selectable
Select whether to trigger recording with motion or not motion
Preview motion detection selection area
Schedule recording with motion detection
Sensor:
User definable sensor ID
Supports N/C or N/O sensors
User selectable sensor monitoring interval
Scheduling of sensor monitoring capable
Sensor status check function
Alarm:
User definable alarm output ID
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User programmable alarm length/interval/number of warnings
Alarm status check function
Panic button
Warning Message:
User customizable warning message by event type
Custom message font, size, and color
Sound by event type
Hard Disk:
IDE/SCSI auto detection
Supports NFS sharing
Assign channels to specific disks with limiting capability
User selectable disk usage order
PTZ control function:
Current support for 35 different PTZ protocols
Control camera movement in 8 different directions
Auto-pan on/off
Focus far/near
Zoom in/out
Light on/off
Network Interface:
Support for multiple network interface
Supports DHCP, Fixed, ADSL
DHCP server capable
Router function
Modem support
Miscellaneous:
User programmable time, date and time zone
Atomic clock server time synchronization
Save/print/review system log
Automatic plug and play for hardware
Software and hardware watchdog available.
Automatic reboot function
USB Flash memory support
Support for flash memory hard drive (Compact flash)
Remote Client:
Multi-platform remote client support Windows, Pocket PC, Linux
Single host or Multi-host, multiple camera support
User selectable view type (1/4/9/16/64/100/256)
User selectable network streaming quality
Remote system control and configuration
Remote search and review
On-image display of camera ID, and status (i.e. bit-rate, fps, etc…)
Remote capture and printing capable
Remote triggering of alarm
Simultaneous multi-channel image control
User selectable image ratio (4:3, 16:9)
Full screen mode
Adjustable buffer size for incoming stream
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2.
Main Program
2.1.
Main Screen Introduction
Figure 2.1.a
Main Screen Functions
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Full screen button: Displays
full screen of selected view.
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1 channel (1X1) display
layout: Displays only 1 channel.
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4 channel (2X2) screen.
Displays 4 total channels.
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9 channel (3X3) screen.
Displays 9 total channels
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16 channel (4X4) screen.
Displays 16 total channels.
2.1.1.
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2.1.2.
Camera Select Panel
Figure 2.1.1a
CAMERA SELECT PANEL: Each rectangular indicator lamp, on the left side of
the camera number, will show the camera status. (Red - recording, Green
Motion detection, Yellow – Sensor detection)
The user may select which cameras to view by clicking on the desired number.
Power button
Turn off or restart the system
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2.1.3.
Pan/Tilt Sub-Control Panel
Figure 2.1.3a
The Pan/Tilt control panel appears by
pressing this button.
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2.1.4.
ARROW: Arrow direction shows Pan/Tilt
direction. Click arrow button in the desired
direction.
AUTO-PAN: Pan/Tilt moves from left to right automatically. Press [ON] button and the
function will be enabled. Press [OFF], disabled. (Not available for all cameras)
FOCUS: Controls the focus-in, focus-out action of the PTZ camera
ZOOM: Controls the zoom-in, zoom-out action of the PTZ camera.
LIGHT: Light of camera can be turned on or off, if so equipped. Press [ON] button and the
function will be enabled. Press [OFF], disabled.
Alarm Sub-Control Panel
Figure 2.1.4a
The Alarm control panel appears by
pressing this button.
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2.1.5.
ALARM NUMBERS: Pressing on these
buttons will trigger the alarm associated to
this number.
PRESET NUMBERS: Pressing on these buttons will trigger the selected camera to move to
the presets configured in the PTZ configuration.
IP address
Indicates the IP address of the DVR unit. It will not appear if network
configuration is not set properly. If no network connection is detected then this will display as
“http://255.255.255.255”
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Date/Time
Displays the current Date/Time of the DVR system
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Main Buttons
Figure 2.1.7a
Main Button Overview
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RECORD: Start recording all the channels
immediately regardless of any settings
SEARCH: Open the search window
ROTATE: Screen will cycle through all the cameras on the display
LOCK: Hide current monitoring screen
CONFIG: System configuration button
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2.2.
Search Screen
2.2.1.
Screen split-view option : Same as the main screen
2.2.2.
Camera selection : Same as the main screen
2.2.3.
Calendar
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2.2.4.
Figure 2.2.3a
Choose the date to search for data, by clicking on the date.
Time/Minute/Second
Figure 2.2.4a
Time Overview
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The time shows 24 hour information for the
selected date.
Each color of the hour numbers indicates a certain status.
Gray: Contains no data
Red: Sections set to Video are displayed in Red.
Blue: Sections set to Event are displayed in Blue.
Blue letter on red background: Sections set to Video & Event are displayed in Blue and Red.
Select a time frame with the mouse to see actual time (minute, second) information
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2.2.5.
Playback control
Figure 2.2.5a
Playback Control Button Overview
Moves back 10 seconds
Moves back 1 minute
Moves back one frame
Play the video clip of selected cameras
Pressing repeatedly will play the video at respective speeds, while playing the video clip
Play speed changes as: 1 -> 2 -> 4 -> 8 -> 16 -> 1/4 -> 1/2 -> 3/4 -> 1 X
Moves forward 10 seconds
Moves forward 1 minute
Moves forward one frame
Pause the video clip
Exit searching window and return to the main window
2.2.6.
Other Buttons
Live View: During search, this button can be used to view the live images quickly.
EVENT LOG WINDOW:
This button will open the event
log window. If there is any
event data, it will appear here.
(See Figure 2.2.6a)
Figure 2.2.6a
Clicking here will show the
selected camera's image in the
original screen format.
Displays the selected cameras
as 4:3 screen format.
(Standard NTSC TV Format)
Displays the selected cameras as 16:9 screen format. (Wide Screen Format)
These buttons can be used to zoom out or zoom in on the selected camera images.
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2.2.6.
Other Buttons (continued)
These buttons enable the user to return the images to the original viewing size, or fit
the images to screen size, respectively.
Press [SAVE] button and, the ‘Save as’ window will appear. This function will only save
still images of the cameras being currently viewed. The images will be saved as 352 X
240 resolution. The two media formats supported for this feature is Floppy disk, and USB
flash device.
Save Function Overview
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Figure 2.2.6b
The file name will automatically be filled by default.
The user may change this as desired.
The file format can also be changed if so desired.
The three selections are JPG, PNG, BMP
Then the user must select the media type. Either
floppy disk or USB Storage.
The ‘Enable Overwriting’ feature allows the files on
the media to automatically be overwritten if the
same file name already exists.
PRINT: The print wizard will appear and will prompt the user to select print settings.
Print Wizard Overview
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Figure 2.2.6c
User can select different printers, if
more than one printer is installed,
under ‘Printer Name’.
The user will then need to select the
desired format options.
Once all this is complete the user will
then click on the ‘OK’ button to print.
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2.2.7.
Backup
Figure 2.2.7a
Backup: This button will
open a backup wizard for the
user. The user can then
proceed to backup video data
to a CD or DVD, or USB device.
Backup Wizard Overview
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The user will begin by clicking on
the add button.
The next step will be to select the
beginning time slot, and the
desired camera inputs to be
backed up. This is
accomplished by clicking on the
desired date and time on the
search window, and then clicking
on the set button of the
wizard.(See Figure 2.2.7b)
Then the end time will need to be selected.
This is accomplished by clicking on the
desired date and time on the search window,
and then clicking on the set button of the
wizard. (See Figure 2.2.7b)
Once that is complete the wizard will show
the user how much disk space is required.
Then the user will have the option of
selecting to which device the backup
information is stored. (See figure 2.2.7c)
Once that is complete, the user may select
to add more time slots if so desired.
When that is complete the user will then
need to finish the wizard to burn or save the
data.
Figure 2.2.7b
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3.0 Setup (Configure)
3.1. Setup Display
Figure 3.1a
Display Setup Screen
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LANGUAGE: Choose the language from
the drop-down list.
The UI (user Interface) front can also be
changed. (See Figure 3.1.1a)
ENABLE SCREEN LOCK BUTTON: This
is used on the main screen to lock out
viewing capability.
CAMERA TITLE: This location is used for
camera labels. This enables the user to
place the label in the desired position.
Once again the font, color, and
background color can be changed.
LAMP DELAY TIME: User selectable
interval for the camera indicator status on
the main screen.
TOOLTIP DELAY TIME: User selectable
delay for the tooltip to pop up when the
mouse is over a button.
ENABLE TV-OUT OSD FUNTION: (Only
available on 16/480 system)
ENAVBLE DEINTERLACING FILTER:(Enabling this will smooth out motion if necessary)
ENABLE ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD:
3.1.1. UI Font
Figure 3.1.1a
User Interface Font
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User can select Font
User can select Style
User can select Size
The preview window below will
show how the selected font will
appear.
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3.2. Camera
Figure 3.2a
Camera Setup Screen
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CAMERA SELECTION: Choose camera
to setup, user may also select to setup all
cameras the same by selecting ‘Select All’
NAME: This is where the camera can be
labeled. This label will display where the
user selected the location back in the
display setup. (See Figure 3.1a)
CAMERA PROPERTY: The camera
image can be adjusted if necessary using
Brightness, Contrast, Color, Hue.
HIDE THIS CAMERA: This option will
black out the camera image on the main
screen. If hidden, It will only appear
when an administrator has logged on.
VIDEO STANDARD: Choose the video
standard. The supported standards are:
PAL, NTSC SECAM.
ADC CAPTURE DELAY: Set the time
interval to read camera information.
*Note* If the capture delay is set to short, the image might not appear properly.
3.3. Audio
Figure 3.3a
Audio Window
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User can select which audio channel to setup.
User can also select all channels at once.
NAME: The name is set by default, but can be
changed as desired.
VOLUME CONFIGURATION: This will pop up
another small window where the user can setup
volume information.
CONNECTED AUDIO: The system will show if any
audio devices are attached.
AUDIO FOR SEARCH OR REPLAY: Automatically
will be the same as the channel name. These
names will be available to associate with the camera
channels.
ENABLE AUDIO FUNCTIONS: This must be
enabled before audio can be used or setup.
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3.4. Record
Figure 3.4a
Record Settings
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CAMERA
SELECTION: Choose
camera to setup, user
may also select to
setup all cameras the
same by selecting
‘Select All’
VIDEO PROPERTY:
Here the user can
change the Bit-rate,
Key-frame, and
Frame Rate. The
bit-rate is the amount
of data recorded per
second. Generally
the higher the number
the better the picture.
The key-frame is used
by the system. If
there is a lot of motion
in a certain area, the lower number will allow for a better picture. The frame rate is the
amount of frames recorded per second. The higher the number the more fluid the video, the
lesser the number the more choppy the video will seem.
APPLY DE-INTERLACE FILTER: This may allow for better viewing when using high
resolution cameras.
ESTIMATED SIZE: Shows the estimated disk space required for the selected video property
settings.
AUDIO PROPERTY: Select which audio channel to associate with the selected camera.
TIMESTAMP: The user can select the timestamp location and the format.
PRIVATE ZONE: If enabled for the selected camera, the user may select sections of the
screen where the image will be un-viewable, and also not recorded. The user can select
whether to use black or white or mosaic masking.
CLEAR PRIVATE ZONE: This enables the user to reset the private zone.
PREVIEW PRIVATE ZONE: Allows the user to see what kind of affect the masking will have
before setting it.
EVENT RECORDING: The default setting is 5 seconds for pre and post-event. This enables
the system to retrieve and save the information before an event happens and after an event
happens. The pre-event recording can allow the user to see 5 seconds before the event
triggered. The post-event recording can allow the user to see video for 5 seconds after the
event triggers. Frame rate can be changed also.
ALWAYS RECORD CAMERAS: This can be set to enabled or on a schedule. If the
schedule option is used, a separate window will appear where the user can select and make
a schedule. Many different combinations are possible with the schedule option. For
instance, the user can set the system to fully record all cameras for half a day, and then set
the system to record only by motion detection at night where there is less activity. (See
Figure 3.4b)
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3.4. Record (Continued)
3.5. Pan/Tilt/Zoom
Figure 3.4b
Figure 3.5a
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Overview
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3.5.1.
CAMERA SELECTION: Choose camera
to setup, user may also select to setup all
cameras the same by selecting ‘Select All’
PROTOCOL MODEL: User may select the
proper protocol for the camera.
MORE: This opens a sub menu window.
(See Figure 3.5.1a)
PROTOCOL: User must select the
address number to use for the selected
camera.
COMMAND REPEAT INTERVAL: This
number controls how often the command
is sent to the camera.
PRESET: Any number of presets can be
set by moving the camera to a position
and then setting it.
BUTTON MAPPING: The PTZ control
panel’s buttons, on the main screen, can
be user programmed.
PTZ Sub Menu
Figure 3.5.1a
Pan Sub Menu Overview
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This menu can be used to modify a protocol and
make a new one altogether. Creating a new
protocol requires advanced knowledge of
protocols. (See Figure 3.5.2a)
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3.5.2.
PTZ Commands
Figure 3.5.2a
PTZ Commands Panel
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User must fill in all
commands for the
new protocol.
Use this only if the
proper protocol is not
supported by the
system.
This control panel can
also be used to edit a
current protocol if
necessary.
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3.6. Network (Options)
Figure 3.6a
Network setup screen
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CURRENT CLIENTS:
Shows how many
clients are connected.
PORT: Select which
port is to be used
when connecting
through the client
software.
MAX CLIENTS: Limit
the number of clients
that can connect at
any given time.
ALLOW CLIENTS TO
CONTROL STREAM
QUALITY: This
enables the remote
clients to change the
bit-rate and etc., when using the DVR Client software. This does not affect the DVR’s
settings. It only changes the stream output of the DVR.
FILE SHARING: This function enables other computers to connect to the DVR’s hard drive
and share files. The system has integrated Samba, for seem-less connection to and from
Windows based machines.
ACTIVEX CLIENT: Shows the IP address of the DVR. This is the IP address the user must
use in order to connect through Internet Explorer.
WEB PORT: This is the port number that the Active-X client will use to connect to the DVR.
FORCED WEB ADDRESS: Set web server name manually.
DYNAMIC DNS: If enabled, this function will allow the DVR to automatically update the
DYNDNS server with current IP information. This function is used when the DVR is
connected to the internet with a dynamic IP address. Once registered with www.dyndns.org,
the user can input the information and the DVR will automatically update the DNS server on a
regular basis. This enables the user to remotely connect to the DVR without having to have
a static IP address with their ISP.
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3.7
User
Figure 3.7a
User setup
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ACCOUNT: Shows the available
account list. Create new account or
remove.
Type in the desired information.
User name:
Password:
Password Verify:
E-mail:
Description:
The email address provided will be
used to send warnings and other
status updates.
ROLE: Select which role the user
will have. Clicking on ‘More’ will
allow the user to create new roles
or modify existing ones. (See
Figure 3.7.1a)
MODIFY: This button is used after
making changes to username,
password etc.
ADD: This button is used to add users.
NEW: This button is used to start a new user. Once all the information is complete, the ‘Add’
button needs to be clicked.
REMOVE: This button is used to remove the selected user from the system.
ENABLE USER AUTHENTICATION: This function is used to require the user to log in to the
system before use and before changing configuration. Otherwise the system will be locked
out.
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3.7.1.
Role Panel
Figure 3.7.1a
Role Configuration
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ROLE: Select role to
modify.
NAME: If creating a
new role then this
section is used to
name the new role.
USE THIS ROLE AS
DEFAULT: This
selection is used to
make the current role
the default applied to
all new users.
CAMERA
PERMISSIONS: This
section is used to
allow the selected role
to have access to
certain functions.
MODIFY: This button
is only used to modify
an existing role, once
changes have been
made.
ADD: This button is
used once a new role
is setup and complete.
NEW: This button is
used to create a new role and clear out all settings. Once settings are set, the ‘Add’ button
must be clicked in order for the role to be added to the system.
REMOVE: This button is used to remove the selected role from the system.
SYSTEM PERMISSIONS: This section is used to allow the selected role to have access to
certain system functions.
Configure System: If checked, then the system will allow the selected role to make
configuration changes.
Search Recording Data: If checked, the system will allow the selected role to search
recorded data.
Control System Devices: If checked, the system will allow the selected role to control
system devices. For example, alarms, sensor inputs etc.
Access to Network File Sharing: If checked, the system will allow the selected role to
connect to the system hard drive through the network. The system hard drive will appear
like any other network file system within the network.
Connect Via Modem: If checked, the system will allow the selected role to connect to the
system through the use of the installed modem. (Optional modem expansion must be
installed)
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3.8
Event Configuration
3.8.1.
Motion Detection
Figure 3.8.1a
Motion detection setup
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CAMERA SELECTION: Choose
camera to setup, user may also
select to setup all cameras the
same by selecting ‘Select All’
ENABLE MOTION DETECTION
FOR THIS CAMERA: Enables, or
disables the motion detection
feature for the selected camera.
SENSITIVITY: This setting affects
how sensitive the system will
detect pixel changes and
movement.
NOISE: This setting allows a
certain amount of noise before
motion is detected. For example:
Fluorescent light flicker.
CALCULATE NOISE: This feature
will allow the system to
automatically set the noise level.
RESET MOTION DETECTION
AREA: This button will clear the
selected motion detection area on the screen. Motion detection sections can be added
infinitely. There is not a limit to how many sections a camera can have. By default the
whole camera picture is set as one section, If it is necessary to only use certain parts of the
picture as motion then the user may just click and drag on the screen where desired. (See
Figure 3.8.1b)
PREVIEW MOTION DETECTION EFFECT: This function will show the areas set to motion
detection, and whether or not there is current motion detected in those areas.
UUSE NON-MOTION DETECTION MODE: This is exactly opposite of the motion detection
mode. This will trigger the system to start recording if there is no motion in the selected
areas. This can be used for instance in a factory with robotic machines. If the machines
fail and stop moving then the system will trigger non-motion and start recording or can trigger
an event.
ALWAYS DETECT MOTION: If this is enabled then the selected camera will always record
according to the motion detection setting. A schedule can be set also. (See Figure 3.4b)
Figure 3.8.1b
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3.8.1.
Event Mapping (continued)
Event Mapping Configuration
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Using the motion detection settings, when the selected area detects motion or non-motion,
the system can be triggered to execute an event. An event can be anything from recording,
alarm outputs, warning messages etc. (See Figure 3.8.1c)
Using the check boxes, will associate the corresponding cameras, or events.
Available cameras are displayed on the left side and system action to be performed is on top.
Figure 3.8.1c
RECORD ICON: Records images of chosen camera. Click this option to enable or disable
the camera’s recording function.
ALARM ICON: Invokes alarm
WARNING WINDOW: Invokes warning message
SNMP: Can interface with an SNMP server to send an message.
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3.8.2.
Sensor (Digital Input)
Figure 3.8.2a
Sensor setup
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SENSOR SELECTION: Choose sensor to
setup, user may also select to setup all at the
same time by selecting ‘Select All’
NAME: Input desired name
SENSOR TYPE: There are two options here.
N/C and N/O (normally closed, and normally
open)
SENSOR CHECK INTERVAL: The interval at
which the system will go through and check
the status of the sensor.
ALWAYS CHECK SIGNALS: User may
define when to check the sensors or
schedule a time to check the status.
EVENT MAPPING: Again when the sensor is
triggered, the system can perform other
actions. (Refer to Figure 3.8.1c)
*Note* Sensor and Alarm features are only available if the system is equipped with the optional
Alarm/Sensor daughter card.
3.8.3.
Alarm (Digital Output)
Figure 3.8.3a
Output Setup
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ALARM SELECTION: Choose alarm to setup,
user may also select to setup all at the same
time by selecting ‘Select All’
NAME: Input desired name
ALARM DURATION: Once triggered, the
duration of the output can be set.
ALARM INTERVAL: This is the time between
repeat signals.
ALARM COUNT: This function sets how
many times the alarm is repeated once
triggered.
ALARM TEST: Using this function, the user
can test and activate the selected alarm
output.
QUICK ALARM BUTTON: Programming of
the alarm buttons on the main page is
possible using this function. (SEE FIGURE
2.1.4A)
*Note* Sensor and Alarm features are only available if the system is equipped with the optional
Alarm/Sensor daughter card.
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3.8.4.
Warning Message
Figure 3.8.4a
Warning Message Configuration
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3.8.5.
SELECT: Select the event to
change the warning message
for.
MESSAGE: The warning
message can be edited in the
preview box.
FONT & COLOR: The color
and font can be changed as
desired.
SOUND: A sound can be
associated to the warning
message.
Once an event is triggered, the associated warning message will appear on the main screen
to notify the system operator, and also can send an e-mail to the address provided in the user
setup.
Disk Failure
Figure 3.8.5a
Disk Failure Window
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3.8.6.
Disk Failure event mapping can be used to
trigger an event in case a disk fails.
Event Window (See Figure 3.8.1c)
Camera Signal Loss
Figure 3.8.6a
Camera Signal Loss Window
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CAMERA SELECTION: Choose camera to
setup, user may also select to setup all
cameras the same by selecting ‘Select All’
DETECT SIGNAL LOSS FOR THIS
CAMERA: Enabling this feature will allow the
system to check for a valid signal from the
camera.
DURATION: If the camera signal is lost for
more than this allotted time, then the system
will trigger an event.
EVENT MAPPING: (See Figure 3.8.1c)
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3.8.7.
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Link
Figure 3.8.7a
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Link Window
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3.8.8.
SELECT: Select the PTZ link that needs to
be modified. Or all links can be modified at
once.
After the camera number, the selected
action can be changed to what is desired.
The number of times the action happens can
also be changed.
Any PTZ action is available to be used.
This feature is useful in instances where one
PTZ camera can be used to monitor different
sections. This is useful in instances where
multiple PTZ cameras are installed. So that
when one camera moves from one area to
another, a different camera can then be
rotated into the area that the first camera no
longer views.
Analog Input
Figure 3.8.8a
Analog Input Window
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SELECT: Select which analog input to configure.
ANALOG PROPERTY: Adjust the values as necessary
or as required by the device.
USE ANALOG CARD’S DIO INTERFACE: The DIO
interface can be used for analog input.
*Note* In order to use analog devices, the optional daughter
card must be installed in the system. Not all devices
supported.
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3.8.9.
Email
Figure 3.8.9a
E-mail Message Settings
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SELECT: Select e-mail message
to edit.
NEW: This button is used when a
new e-mail message needs to be
created.
REMOVE: This button is used to
remove any existing messages.
MESSAGE: The default message
is already configured to send the
DVR name, the event, and the
alert through the e-mail. If other
information is desired then it can
be added here.
PERIOD: This is the interval at
which the e-mail is sent
repeatedly.
ATTACH CURRENT IMAGE:
This will enable the system to
send the current image, of the
system, that triggered the event
or alert.
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3.9
System Configuration
3.9.1.
Disk
Figure 3.9.1a
Disk Setup
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SYSTEM DISKS:
Shows the details of
the selected disk(s).
NEW: This is used to
start the ‘New Disk’
wizard. The two
types of disks that can
be created are a
Windows networked
disk or a NFS disk.
(See Figure 3.9.1b)
MODIFY: This
function is used to
modify the properties
of the selected disk.
MOVE UP: Will move the selected disk up in priority order.
MOVE DOWN: Will move the selected disk down in priority order.
UPDATE SCSI: this function is used to update the SCSI information.
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3.9.1. Disk (continued)
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Figure 3.9.1b
ADVANCED: This
function will open
another pop-up
window so that the
user can change the
host id information.
Only expert network
technicians should
use this feature.
New Disk Setup
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DISK TYPE: Select
which type of disk to
create.
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LOCATION: User must
input location
information of the disk
to be used. Usually
the IP address and the
directory name of the
disk to be used.
USER: To log into the
network location, the
user name and
password information
will need to be input.
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Figure 3.9.1c
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3.9.1.
Disk (continued)
Figure 3.9.1d
New Disk Setup (continued)
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NAME: Select the name
to be used to identify
the disk.
CONMNECT THE
DISK: Enabling this will
allow the system to
connect to this disk. If
this is disabled then the
system will not connect
to this disk.
CAPACITY
LIMITATION: The
user may select to limit
the actual usage of the
new disk. The units
are by percent. If this is set to 50%, then only half the disk will be utilized for the use of the
DVR.
CAMERA MAPPING: This is where the individual cameras can be associated to this disk.
For instance, it is possible to put 8 cameras on one disk and 8 on another.
Once all the settings are complete, the user will then need to click on ‘forward’ and that will
complete the setup. The setup procedure is the same for Windows network disk, and also
NFS disk.
*Note* the system has Samba already integrated, to allow seem-less connections to Windows
based machines.
3.9.2.
Serial Port
Figure 3.9.2a
Serial Port Setup
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USE FRONTKEY FUNCTION: In order to use the Main
Screen P/T/Z Controls, Use frontkey function must be
checked. When frontkey Function is enabled, COM2
is not available because the front-key function requires
its use.
COM1: User selectable function for the serial port.
The selections available are:
PTZ, Modem, SMS, Omron UPS, AIO Board
The default ‘PTZ’ setting must be removed if using
an onboard RS-485 output.
COM2: User selectable functions for the serial port.
ODCAP: Used for onboard RS-485 PTZ control.
XECAP: Not currently available.
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3.9.3.
Printer Configuration
Figure 3.9.3a
Printer Setup
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NEW: This function is used to add
a new printer. (See Figure 3.9.3c)
MODIFY: This function is used to
modify a selected printer.
REMOVE: This function is used to
remove a selected printer.
CONFIGURE: This function is
used to configure the selected
printer. (See Figure 3.9.3b)
RESTART: This function can be
used to restart a print job if it fails.
CANCEL: This function can be
used to cancel a print job.
REMOVE ALL: This function can
be used to remove all print jobs.
OUTPUT MODE: This function can change the output to
the printer. The options are:
Grayscale, Black & White, Color, Raw CMYK
RESOLUTION: This function changes the resolution of the
print out. The options are:
180 X 180, 360 X 360, 720 X 360 pixels
MEDIA SOURCE: this function is used to select the media
source. (Auto, or manual feed)
MEIDA SIZE: This function is used to setup the size of
media being used printing.
Figure 3.9.3b
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3.9.3. Printer Configuration (continued)
Figure 3.9.3c
New Printer Wizard
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Choose the connection of the printer to
start the wizard.
The information necessary to install a local
printer is: Manufacturer, Model, Connection
type (USB or parallel).
The information necessary to install a
network printer will include: Connection
type (internet HTTP, apple socket,
windows network printing through samba),
Host name, shared printer name,
username, and password)
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Network printer setup
AppleSocket/HP Jet Direct: When using apple computers or Jet Direct from HP
Internet Printing Protocol (HTTP): When using the Web Protocol
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP): When using IPP Protocol
Windows Printer via SAMBA: When using printer sharing on Windows
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Choose the make and model of printer
and select proceed.
Once through the wizard click on ‘OK’ and
the configuration will be complete
If there needs to be another printer added
then repeat the whole process.
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Figure 3.9.3d
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3.9.4.
Network information
Figure 3.9.4a
System network configuration
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3.9.5.
NAME: This function is used to select
which network connection is configured,
if more than one exists.
CONNECTION TYPE: This function is
used to select the network connection
type. Options available: DHCP, ADSL,
STATIC
If DHCP is selected then the ‘Address’
section will automatically be filled by the
network DHCP server. (This feature is
similar to the “Obtain IP address
automatically” in Windows.
If ADSL is selected then the user must
input the username and password for
the PPOE connection.
If STATIC is selected then all the information in the ‘Address’ portion must be filled in
manually.
DHCP SERVER: This function allows the system to become a DHCP server. Use of this
function is usually not necessary unless the system’s integrated router function is used. This
function to be configured by network technician only.
NAT: This is another router function. This function is to be configured by network technician
only.
TRAFFIC SHAPING: This function can allow the user to limit the amount of bandwidth that
the unit will use on the local network. This can be helpful if the network has limited
bandwidth.
SEND EMAIL WHEN THE IP CHANGES: This function can act almost like a DDNS server.
If the unit is setup to use ‘DHCP’, and the IP address changes periodically, this function will
email the new IP address to the specified email address.
Modem
Figure 3.9.5a
Modem Configuration
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MODEM LIST: Select the modem to be used from this
list.
DVR IP: This is the IP address that will need to be used
when connecting through the DVR Client software.
CLIENT IP: This is the IP address that will be assigned
to the client that calls through the modem.
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3.9.6.
Time & Date
Figure 3.9.6a
Time and Date Configuration
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User can select desired time and date according to the
location.
SELECT TIME ZONE: Select the region of the location
desired (See Figure 3.9.6b)
SYNCHRONIZE CLOCK WITH INTERNET SERVER: This
allows the system to sync with an available timer server for
accurate time.
Figure 3.9.6b
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Shows the current selected time zone.
The time zone can be changed by clicking
on the map or using the pull-down menu.
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3.9.7.
Watchdog & Auto Reboot
Figure 3.9.7a
Watchdog & Auto Reboot Configuration
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NAME: Select which watchdog
feature to configure. (Software,
and Hardware)
ENABLE THIS FUNCTION: This
enables/disables the watchdog
feature.
CHECK INTERVAL: This is the
interval in which the system will
check all its functions to make
sure everything is working
properly. If anything is found to
not meet requirements, then the
system will automatically reboot.
AUTO REBOOT: This can be
enabled to reboot the system at a
pre-determined time to enhance
system stability.
REBBOT INTERVAL: Set the
interval of days to reboot.
REBOOT TIME: Set the time of
day for the system should reboot.
OMROM UPS POWER: This
function can be used to configure
the UPS settings. (Backup
Power)
*Note* Not all systems can utilize the Hardware watchdog feature. All systems do have the
capability to use the software watchdog feature.
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4.0 Remote Client Software
Installation procedure for Windows based PC
- First obtain the installation CD that is provided with the unit.
- Insert CD into CD-Rom of the computer where the client software will be installed.
- Browse into CD into the directory ‘clients’
- Under this directory there should be a file named ‘dvrclient-windows-xxxxxxx.exe’
- Double click on this file and follow the instructions to install the software.
Installation procedure for Pocket PC devices
- First the Pocket PC device must be connected and synced to the PC
- Once this is complete, browse into the CD into the ‘Clients’ directory
- Under this directory there should be a file named ‘dvrclient-pocketpcxxxxx.cab’
- Copy this file into the Mobile device.
- Once copied remove the Pocket PC device from it’s cradle and browse into the folder in
which the file was placed.
- With the stylus click on the .cab file and it will automatically convert and execute.
- Follow the on screen instructions and finish the installation.
4.0.1
Main Screen Introduction
Main Screen Functions
Windows PC
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Main Menu
Selections: File,
Control, View and
Help.
Main Toolbar
Selections.
Bottom Status and
control panel
Main Screen Toolbar for Windows PC
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4.0.1
Main Screen Introduction (Continued)
Main Screen Functions for Pocket PC
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Menu
Toolbar functions
Camera selection
Main Screen Toolbar for Pocket PC
4.1.1
File Menu
File Menu Overview
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Server List…
Disconnect
Logout
Users…
Preferences…
Remote Control
Search Mode
Save Still Image…
Watermarking…
Print…
Single Host Mode
Multi-Host Mode
Exit
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4.1.2
Server List
Server List Overview (Windows)
Tool-Bar Button
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This is where the user
must configure the
settings for the DVR’s to
be connected.
NAME: In this field the
desired DVR name can
be input.
HOST ID: This filed can
be used to better identify
the DVR.
ADDRESS: This is where
either the IP address is
used or the web address
can be input.
PORT: This is the default
port number to be used to
connect to the DVR.
This can be changed and
configured to work with a
firewall if present.
USER: Enter the user
name to be used to connect to the DVR.
PASSWORD: Enter the password to be used with the username.
UDP SELECTION: If desired this check box can be selected to allow a slight be faster
connection to the DVR, but with less reliability.
New, Add, Modify, Remove buttons: These buttons are used to enter in a new server or
modify a server. Once the Server information is completely filled out or changed, the ‘Add’
or ‘Modify’ buttons must be used.
Server List Overview (Pocket PC)
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The buttons and fields are used the same way
as the above windows setup
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4.1.3
Connect and Disconnect
Connect and Disconnect Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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4.1.4
Use this button to make a connection to a
server.
From the drop down box select the name
of the server to connect to.
Once the desired server name is selected, click on the ‘Connect’ button to make the
connection.
User Configuration
User Configuration Overview
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This user configuration is for the
Remote Client software only.
Different user levels can be
configured for the Remote Client
software, to limit the access to the
software and its features.
ACCOUNT: This is where the
selected user can be grouped with
pre-existing user levels.
USER: Enter the desired user
name here.
PASSWORD: Enter the password
the selected user name.
PASSWORD(VERIFY: Re-enter
the password for confirmation.
DESCRIPTION: This field is just a
notation field. For example, this
field could be ‘Day Manager’ or
etc.
Modify, Add, New, Remove:
These buttons are used after the filed have been completed or changed. Once a new user
is entered, then the ‘Add’ button must be clicked to add the user to the database. If one
wants to remove a user then select the desired name to remove and then click on ‘Remove’.
When the software is first started, it will require the user to login. The default user and
password is as follows: User : admin Password : admin.
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4.1.5
Preferences
4.1.5a General
General Preferences
Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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Reconnect: This
selection is used to
automatically have
the software
reconnect to a
server if there is an
error or a
disconnection.
BUFFERING TIME:
This setting can be
used to require the
software to buffer
all incoming video
streams. If
connecting to a lot
of different channels or DVR’s then this setting will allow the video to play steady, without
stopping. This setting is not normally used unless there is a bandwidth issue.
REMEMBER LAST CHANNEL PROPERTIES: This setting is used to have the software
recall all the last settings used to view the channels from all the DVR’s. These settings
include bit-rate, fps, and etc. So that when re-connecting to a particular channel or DVR, the
software will automatically use the last used configuration when initially connecting.
ALLOW LOCAL SEARCH: This setting will allow/disallow the Remote Client software to
search on the DVR for video information.
CACHE REMOTE DIRECTORIES FOR SPEED: This setting will allow the Remote Client
software to cache the remote directories so that playback can be sped up.
RESTART RECORDING OF HOSTS: This setting is only used if recording to the local disk
through the Remote Client software.
AUTO-Login AS: This allows the Remote Client software to always use a default login when
starting the application. If different user levels have been configured, then do not use this
setting as it will always login with the same credentials as the most recent login.
REMEMBER LAST PAGE MODE AND SELECTED CHANNEL: This setting will remember
the last page mode and selected channels that were viewed for the particular DVR. So
when the next time the user connects to that DVR, the view will be the same. For example,
if the user was connected to the DVR and was viewing 4 total channels 5 through 8 then the
next time that the Remote Client software connects to that DVR it will automatically show
channels 5-8 on the screen.
SKIP PAGES WHICH HAVE NO VALID CHANNELS: This setting will usually avoid any
channel numbers that do not have a valid video signal.
SAVE STILL IMAGE: This folder can be preconfigured to always save the selected still
images to a single directory.
CONFIGURATION FILE: This file is the configuration file for the Remote Client software.
This can be saved or copied to a different machine, so that the configuration can be the same.
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4.15a General (continued)
General Preferences (Pocket PC)
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The general preferences are the same as the windows
configuration.
There are two tabs. General, and Network.
Under the Network tab is where the buffering time can
be set if necessary.
4.1.5b Display
Display Preferences Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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USE DIRECTX FOR DISPLAY:
This will use DirectX for displaying
the video images. Must have
DirectX 7.0 or above installed.
SWITCHING BY HOST GROUP:
This feature is like camera rotation.
SWITCHING INTERVAL: This is
the time interval that will be used
when rotating the camera views.
SHOW CAMERA NAME: This will
toggle the camera name on or off
on the screen.
SHOW TRANFER RATES: This
will toggle the data transfer rates
on or off on the screen.
SHOW STATUS: This will toggle
the status indicator on the channel
screen.
LOCATION: This will change the location on the channel screen where the above information
will be placed.
FONT: The user may change in font style that will represent the information.
BACKGROUND: User may change the background color of the information that will be posted.
In the instance that most of the video may be black then the background for the information
above can be white so that the information may be more visible.
CAMERA SIGNAL: These are status icons. The camera signal icon will indicate whether or
not there is a valid signal.
STREAMING STATUS: This will toggle on or off the streaming status icon.
MOTION DETECTION: This will toggle on or off the motion detection status icon.
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4.1.5b Display (Continued)
Display Preferences Overview (Continued)
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LOCAL RECORDING: This will toggle on or off the local recording status icon.
SENSOR (DIGITAL INPUT): This will toggle on or off the sensor status icon.
AUDIO AVAILABLE: This will toggle on or off the audio status icon.
PTZ AVAILABLE: This status icon will indicate whether or not a PTZ is available for the
channel.
4.1.5c Event
Event Preferences Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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SELECT: Use this selection to
configure settings for a
specific event type. The
available events are: Sensor,
Alarm, Disk Fail, and Video
loss.
SELECT ALL: Use this
selection to configure all
events at once.
ENABLE THIS FUNCTION:
This function will enable the
event warning. If this is not
checked then the warning
message will not pop up. In
order to use these message
pop-ups the warning
messages must be configured
on the DVR that the Remote
Client software will connect to.
FONT: The font color of the message can be changed through this function.
BACKGROUND: The background color can be changed through this function.
SOUND: The user can use a custom sound for specific events.
POPUP CAMERA: If this function is enabled then if a certain event is triggered, the Remote
Client software will pop up the associated camera in a 1x1 view. The restore the view to the
original viewing mode either double click on the screen or wait for the automatic resoration.
Again the camera will have to be associated to the event on the DVR. The ‘Restore after’
setting will restore the view after the allotted time.
BORDER EFFECT: If this function is used then if there is motion or and event detected for a
certain channel, the channels main window will blink on the border. The blink interval and
duration can be changed. This function can be used to allow a little less obtrusive wanrning,
instead of a popup screen.
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4.1.5d Disk
Disk Preferences Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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This is the Disk
configuration for the local
machine.
The Remote Client
software can be
configured to record
information to the local
hard drive while the DVR
is also recording to its own
hard drive.
The configuration is the
same as the DVR please refer back to 3.9.1. The main difference is that the storage location
will usually be a local directory instead of a whole hard disk.
EXPLORER: This button will browse to the selected directory using the Windows browser.
4.1.5e Audio
Audio Preferences Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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ENABLE AUDIO FUNCTION:
This will enable the audio
functions in the Remote Client
software.
ENABLE INTERPHONE
FUNCTION: If enabled two-way
communication will be available.
Both the DVR and the PC running
the Remote Client software must
be properly equipped.
NAME: This field can be used to
name the specific audio channel.
USE SOUND EFFECT: This will
enable a sound to be played when
the audio function is invoked.
DEFAULT SOUND EFFECT:
Enabling this will play the default
sound when the audio is invoked.
CUSTOM SOUND FILE: This field will enable the user to add a custom sound file to be used
instead of the default sound when the audio function is invoked.
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4.1.6
Remote Control
Remote Control Overview
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When the remote control is invoked the software will bring up a VNC window showing the
connected DVR on the screen.
This feature is not recommended to be used for viewing purposes.
This feature is used to make any configuration changes to the DVR.
When using the remote control feature, the user will be able to control and use every feature
of the connected DVR as if the user was in front of the actual DVR.
The network configuration on the Remote Client PC side and the DVR side must be able to
allow TCP port 5900 to be opened and assigned to the DVR in order for it to be able to be
remote controlled.
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4.1.7
Save Still Image
Saving Still Image Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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When the button is
clicked this shown
window will appear.
Then the user may
select the desired
camera inputs to be
captured, by placing a
check mark in the
‘Save’ column.
SAVE FOLDER: In
this field, the user can
select the folder the
images will be saved
to.
OVERWRITE IF
SAME FILE EXIST: If
this field is selected
then if the system
detects that the same file name exists then it will automatically overwrite the file. If this is
deselected, then the system will not overwrite the file if the same file name exists.
SELECT VALID CAMERAS AUTOMATICALLY: If enabled this function will automatically
place a check mark in the ‘Save’ column if a valid camera signal exists for that camera input
number.
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4.1.8
Watermarking
Watermarking Overview
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When the
watermarking
feature is invoked,
the shown window
will be shown
The user will then
need to select the
image to be viewed
or tested.
Watermark Testing
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Once an image is selected, the shown
window will appear.
DETECT: This will invoke the
watermark detection process.
REVERT: This button will revert the
image back to the original view.
SELECT COLOR: This button is used
to select the color of the changes. If
the image has been altered from it’s
original state, this color will used to
mark on the image the unauthorized
changes made to the image. In the
shown image to the right the small red
squares show how an altered image
will appear.
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4.1.9
Print
Printing Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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Using this function will allow the
user to print the current still images.
PRINTER: This is where the user
will select the printer to be used.
ORIENTATION: The user will have
the option to print the image either
in Portrait mode or Landscape
mode.
LOCATION: The image location on
the paper can be moved using this
selection.
IMAGE SCALING: The selected
images can be scaled to be larger
or smaller by using this slider bar.
MULTIPLE COPIES: This is where
the user may select to print more
than one copy of the selected
images.
PRINT LIST: This window will
show the valid channels that can be printed. The buttons on the right of the window can be
used to select the desired channels, and print.
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4.1.10 Search Mode
Search Mode Overview
Tool-Bar Button
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The above search mode will appear when the ‘Search’ button is clicked or if the selection is
made through the ‘File’ Menu.
The search function is the same as the DVR software. Please refer back to 2.2 for setup
and instructions.
When finished with the search mode clicking on the
button will return
software to live view mode.
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WARRANTY
All Varieon products go through an extensive Quality Assurance program.
All Varieon products are subject to a one-year limited warranty as designed and supplied by Varieon
co. ltd. The warranty covers workmanship and materials on all components of the system.
This warranty does not cover:
- Failure resulting from misuse, accident, modification, unsuitable and improper maintenance
by the user
- Failure caused by alteration of the components
- Failure to follow the manual
Product Name
Product Serial No.
Warranty period
Purchase date
Valid for one full year from product purchase
Date:
Company Name
Name
Purchaser
Address
Phone No.
Company Name
Name
Vendor
Address
Phone No.
Varieon Co., Ltd.
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Varieon, Inc. Limited Warranty
Varieon, Inc. warrants all its DVR products to be free from defect in material or workmanship, and will remedy any such defect
according to the terms of this Limited Warranty. All Varieon DVRs are warranted for a period of ONE YEAR.
Varieon, at its discretion*, will replace or credit any defective component(s) of Varieon products at no charge for a period of 60
days from date of invoice. Beyond 60 days, Varieon will repair at no charge, any defective component(s) of Varieon DVR
products for the initial twelve (12) months from the date of invoice.
*The following requirements must be followed in full or warranty service and/or shipments will not be honored. To make request
for credit, replacement or claim for service under this Limited Warranty the original purchaser must obtain a Return
Authorization Number (RA#) from Varieon and return the DVR product, shipping prepaid, in the original shipping container (or
equivalent) assuming the risk of loss or damage in transit. The assigned RA# must be clearly marked on the outside of the
shipping container, and all original parts, manuals, etc. must be included. A written receipt/invoice for the Varieon product,
showing the date of purchase, dealer 뭩 name, and both the model and serial numbers of this product must accompany any
request for credit, replacement, or claim for work to be performed under this Limited Warranty. Varieon RA# will be honored
domestically for 30 days and internationally for 45 days from date of issue.
This Limited Warranty shall not apply if the product has been damaged due to abuse, misuse, misapplication, accident, or as a
result of service or modification by any other than an authorized Varieon Service Center. If a product is returned to Varieon for
replacement or repair and no problem is found, the purchaser will be billed a $50.00 fee for inspection as well as all associated
freight charges. Any product that is returned to Varieon for replacement or credit without all original parts, manuals, etc. will be
charged a 25% restocking fee and only receive partial credit.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE ON THE FACE HERE OF AND DESCRIBED ABOVE. NO
WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL EXTEND BEYOND THE RESPECTIVE
WARRANTY PERIOD DESCRIBED ABOVE. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitation may not apply to you.
Varieon SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OF LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OR LOSS ARISING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation or incidental or
consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. Additional information on obtaining service under
Limited Warranty is available by contacting Varieon directly at 469-916-1099.
This Limited Warranty applies to all Varieon DVR products. However, the procedure for obtaining service may vary outside the
continental United States. Contact Varieon for such warranty service information. This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
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