Network Video Recorder Quick Start Guide

Network Video Recorder Quick Start Guide
Network Video Recorder
Quick Start Guide
Jovision Network Video Recorder Quick Start Guide
Statement
Thank you for choosing Jovision, this user manual is intended for users of Network Video Recorder.
It includes instructions on how to use the product. The software embodied in the product is
governed by the user license agreement covering that product.
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Privacy Notice
Surveillance laws vary by jurisdiction. Check all relevant laws in your jurisdiction before using this
product for surveillance purposes to ensure that your use of this product conforms.
Support
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your local dealer.
CHANGE THE DEFAULT PASSWORD
Default NVR Local Account:
Username: abc
Password: <empty>
Username: abc
Password: 123
Default NVR Network Account:
The default password (empty) for the abc account is for firsttime log-in purposes only. You should change this default
password to better protect against security risks, such as the
unauthorized access by others to the product that may prevent
the product from functioning properly and/or lead to other
undesirable consequences.
For your privacy, we strongly recommend changing the password to something of your
own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower
case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your
product.
Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of
the installer and/or end-user.
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Contents
Statement .......................................................................................................................................... 1
Important Safeguards and Warnings ................................................................................................ 3
1. Hardware Installation and Connection ..................................................................................... 4
1.1. HDD Installation ............................................................................................................ 4
1.2. Connection Sample ....................................................................................................... 5
2. Interface Instruction.................................................................................................................. 5
2.1. Menus ........................................................................................................................... 6
2.2. Live-View Icon ............................................................................................................... 7
3. Startup and Power off ............................................................................................................... 8
3.1. Boot up .......................................................................................................................... 8
3.2. Startup Wizard .............................................................................................................. 8
3.3. Login ............................................................................................................................ 10
3.4. Power off ..................................................................................................................... 11
4. Functions and Settings ............................................................................................................ 11
4.1. IP Camera Management.............................................................................................. 11
4.1.1.
Advanced add .................................................................................................. 12
4.1.2.
Set IPC ............................................................................................................. 13
4.1.3.
Net Status ........................................................................................................ 13
4.2. Remote Settings .......................................................................................................... 15
4.2.1.
Information ..................................................................................................... 15
4.2.2.
Time................................................................................................................. 15
4.2.3.
User ................................................................................................................. 16
4.2.4.
Maintenance ................................................................................................... 16
4.2.5.
Logs ................................................................................................................. 17
4.3. System Settings ........................................................................................................... 17
4.3.1.
General ............................................................................................................ 17
4.3.2.
Channel ........................................................................................................... 20
4.3.3.
Network........................................................................................................... 24
4.3.4.
Alarm ............................................................................................................... 25
4.3.5.
System ............................................................................................................. 29
4.3.6.
Device .............................................................................................................. 30
4.4. View Layout ................................................................................................................. 30
4.5. Video Adjust ................................................................................................................ 31
4.6. PTZ ............................................................................................................................... 32
4.6.1.
Preset .............................................................................................................. 32
4.6.2.
Patrol ............................................................................................................... 33
4.6.3.
Trail and Guard ................................................................................................ 33
4.6.4.
Scan ................................................................................................................. 34
4.6.5.
Assist ............................................................ Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert.
4.6.6.
Protocol Settings ............................................................................................. 34
4.7. Clients.......................................................................................................................... 35
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5.
4.8. Snapshot and photos .................................................................................................. 35
4.9. Record Setting ............................................................................................................. 35
4.10.
Playback .................................................................................................................. 36
4.11.
Clear Alarm.............................................................................................................. 37
4.12.
Output Adjust .......................................................................................................... 37
CloudSEE Remote Connection................................................................................................. 37
5.1. Get CloudSEE ID........................................................................................................... 37
5.2. Connect NVR with CloudSEE ....................................................................................... 38
5.3. Connect NVR with Smart Phone ................................................................................. 40
Important Safeguards and Warnings
1. Electrical Safety
All installation and operation here should conform to your local electrical safety codes. We assume
no liability or responsibility for all the fires or electrical shock caused by improper handling or
installation.
2. Transportation security
Heavy stress, violent vibration or water splash are not allowed during transportation, storage and
installation.
3. Installation
Keep upwards. Handle with care.
Do not apply power to the NVR before completing installation.
Do not place objects on the NVR
4. Qualified engineers needed
All the examination and repair work should be done by the qualified service engineers.
We are not liable for any problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.
5. Environment
The NVR should be installed in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, inflammable, explosive
substances and etc. This series product shall be transported, storage and used in the environment
ranging from 0℃ to 50 ℃
6. Accessories
Be sure to use all the accessories recommended by manufacturer.
Before installation, please open the package and check all the components are included.
Contact your local retailer ASAP if something is broken in your package.
7. Lithium battery
Improper battery use may result in fire, explosion, or personal injury!
When replace the battery, please make sure you are using the same model!
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Before your operation please read the following instructions carefully.
Installation environment
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Keep away from extreme hot places and sources;
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Keep away from extreme humid places;
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Avoid direct sunlight;
Avoid violent vibration;
Do not put other devices on the top of the NVR;
Be installed in well ventilated place; do not block the vent.
1. Hardware Installation and Connection
1.1. HDD Installation
1. Loosen the screws of the
upper cover and side panel,
remove the upper cover.
2.
Model A:
Place the HDD in accordance
with the four holes in the
bottom. Fix the hard disk
firmly on the baseboard of
chassis with four screws.
Connect the HDD cable and
power cable.
Model B:
Aim the power and data port
of Hard disk at HDD ports on
the DVR motherboard, and
insert it cautiously. Fix the
hard disk firmly on the
baseboard of chassis with
four screws.
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4. Put the cover in
accordance with the clip and
then place the upper cover
back, secure the screws.
1.2. Connection Sample
Please refer to the following figure for connection sample.
Appearance and interface may vary due to different models.
2. Interface Instruction
Connect the NVR according to the connection diagram and power on the NVR, NVR will boot up
and video will display on monitor.
Note: displayed window amount may vary. The following figure is for reference only.
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2.1. Menus
Main menu
Move the mouse to the bottom of the screen, the main menu will pop-up.
System Setup, View Layout, Sequence, Zoom, Video Adjust, PTZ, Snapshot, Photos, Record setting,
Playback, Quit (left to right)
Status Menu
Move the mouse to the top of the screen, the status menu will pop-up, in which you can check
time, network status, storage status and alarm status.
Right-Click Menu
Right click on a channel, the menu will show.
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2.2. Live-View Icon
There will be some icons showing on the channel live view window, which indicate the channel
recording or alarming status. You can refer to the following sheet for channel recording or
alarming status information.
Live-View Icon
Instruction
Recording...
Connected by
remote client
Alarm set, not
triggered
Live-View Icon
Instruction
Audio monitoring not
enabled
Audio monitoring
enabled
Alarming...
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3. Startup and Power off
3.1. Boot up
Make sure all the devices in the environment have been configured and connected properly,
power-on the NVR, NVR system will search and connect network camera in the environment
automatically. After searching and adding, system will display live-video of the cameras added.
Notes:
Only when the NVR boot up for first time, or there is no network camera added before, will the
NVR search and add network camera automatically.
3.2. Startup Wizard
Startup wizard is enabled by default, you can disable this wizard in System Setup-General-GeneralDisplay Wizard for Startup.
Page 1: You can get CloudSEE APP, CloudSEE ID, and visit Jovision BBS by scanning these QR Codes.
Page 2: Remote controller device ID, Language, Date, Time, Startup wizard, etc. can be set. You can
access these settings in [Menu-System Setup-General].
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Page 3: You can manage users here, create new users or change password, please refer to 4.2.3
User for detailed information.
Page 4: Network settings, please refer to 4.3.3.1 Connection for detailed information.
Page 5: Camera management. You can refer to 4.1 IP Camera Management for more
information.
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Page 6: Stream settings, please refer to 4.3.2.2 Stream for detailed information.
Page 7: Storage, you can format hard disk or check the status here.
3.3. Login
After booting up and connecting the network cameras, the system is in multiple-channel display
mode. You need to login for further operations. Click any item in menu, the Login dialog box
appears.
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Default NVR local account:
User Name: abc
Password: 123
Notes:
 Please change password after you first login.
 Within 30 minutes, three times login failure will result in system alarm and mouse lock until
login success.
3.4. Power off
Click Quit
in main menu at the bottom of screen, and power menu appears. You can Logout,
Power-off, Reboot the NVR system.
4. Functions and Settings
4.1. IP Camera Management
All the network cameras in the LAN can be automatically detected and listed by NVR. Right click in
the main view, select IP Camera, and IP camera management dialog box appears. Click Search to
detect all the network cameras in the LAN, which will be listed after searching, as shown below.
Select one camera and click Add, the camera will be added to NVR. Click Add All to add all detected
cameras, but the amount of added cameras cannot be more than the limit of NVR. Use Advanced
Add to add ONVIF protocol network camera.
Select one added camera and click Remove to remove the camera, Remove All to delete all added
devices. Select one added camera and click Set IPC to input username and password of the camera
Item
Search Mode
Search
Add
Description
There are two modes you can choose, Simple Mode and Intelligent Mode.
Simple Mode: NVR can only search cameras in the same network segment.
Intelligent: NVR can find cameras across different network segments in
LAN.
Scan cameras in the LAN and list these cameras.
Choose one camera in search list, click add to add it to NVR
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Add All
Add all searched cameras to NVR
CH Sort
You can drag a channel window to the position you want.
Advanced add
Remove
Remove all
Set NVR
Fix IP
Set IPC
Net Status
You can add cameras by input camera IP or CloudSEE ID. (For 8CH or more
NVR)
Choose an added camera and click remove to remove the camera.
Remove all added cameras.
Access NVR system settings.
Re-assign IP for the NVR and connected cameras.
Select one added camera and click “Set IPC” to input camera access
account, set network, set stream, or adjust video output.
Show the network status of each channel.
4.1.1. Advanced add
Note: For 8CH and above only
If you are using a Jovision camera, but the camera is not in the LAN, which means you cannot add
the camera to NVR by searching and adding. You can choose CloudSEE, input CloudSEE ID and
access account of the camera, click OK to connect.
If you are using an ONVIF camera from other company in the same LAN, you can choose ONVIF,
and input its IP, port, access account, click OK to connect.
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4.1.2. Set IPC
NVR will connect the camera with default camera access account (Username: abc Password: 123),
if the access account is not the default one, you can input correct username and password to access
the camera.
Batch Input PWD
If all connected camera are with same access username and password, you can use this function
to copy the username and password of current camera to all channel.
Net Setup
You can set the network for the camera here. Usually, cameras use DHCP if there is a DHCP server
in the LAN network. You can also uncheck the DHCP and input network information manually.
Stream
Stream settings can be changed here, please refer to 4.3.2.2 Stream for detailed information.
Video Settings
Video settings can be changes here, please refer to 4.5. Video Adjust for detailed information.
4.1.3. Net Status
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Network Status
No.
Status
Description
2
Good
The camera connection is good
1
3
4
5
6
7
Very Good
General
Bad
Very Bad
Disconnected
Detecting
Stream Status
The camera connection is very good
The camera connection is not bad
Bad connection, need to check network
Bad connection, need to check network
The camera has disconnected, need to check network error
NVR is detecting the connection, please wait
No.
Status
Description
2
Unconnected
Camera has been add but didn’t connected.
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
No Video
Connecting
Connected
Wrong Password
Timeout
Rebooting
Service Broken
Coding Problem
Connection Limited
Video Preview/Record
No camera is added to the channel
NVR is connecting the camera
The camera has been connected in NVR
The camera cannot be connected due to wrong password
The camera cannot be connected, troubleshooting is needed
The camera is rebooting.
The camera cannot be displayed, troubleshooting is needed
The camera connected is not supported.
Too many clients are connecting this camera, remote
connection limitation is reached, please disconnect the camera
on other clients.
No.
Status
Description
2
Preview Abnormal
When encounter this information, please try the following
instructions:
① Remove the camera and add it again
② Make sure the connection is good.
The video is recording and can be checked in playback
1
Preview Normal
3
Record Normal
5
Detecting
4
Record Abnormal
Real-time video is displaying in NVR
When encounter this problem, please try the following
instructions:
① Enable record function manually
② Make sure the hard disk is well connected and can work.
NVR is detecting the status, please wait
Assistant
Click Assistant button for ping tests. You can test camera network connection here, input the
camera’s IP and times, click start to start the ping test.
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4.2. Remote Settings
You can manage IC camera users, camera time, and update IP camera here. All the settings in
[Remote Settings] are for IP camera selected.
4.2.1. Information
Camera SN, software version, and CloudSEE ID can be checked.
4.2.2. Time
Camera’s time and date can be adjusted here.
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4.2.3. User
Camera access account here, you can create new user or edit current users.
There are three user groups: Administrator, User, and Guest.
Group
Description
User
A user has all permissions except “User Management” and “System Update”
Administrator
Guest
An administrator has all the permissions of the camera
A guest can only view the live video.
4.2.4. Maintenance
There are two ways to update a connected camera on NVR: USB update and HTTP update.
HTTP update: Choose HTTP in update type pull-down menu, select a server, and click update.
USB update: Choose USB in update type pull-down menu, insert USB flash disk with update files in
its root directory, select the update file and click update to update the camera.
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4.2.5. Logs
Camera logs can be checked here. You can also backup these logs to USB devices.
4.3. System Settings
4.3.1. General
4.3.1.1. General
You can change NVR system language, set video output resolution and input remote control’s
device ID.
Item
Description
Transparency
Translucent, transparent, opaque mode are supported
Language
Device ID
Resolution
Start Wizard
You can choose NVR system language.
Input the device ID for remote controller
Adjust the output video resolution of NVR.
You can enable/disable start wizard when power up, and you can start the
wizard by clicking the button.
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4.3.1.2. Time
NVR system time and date can be changed or edited here.
4.3.1.3. User
You can create new user(s) by clicking “Add” or edit current user(s) by selecting a user and clicking
“Modify” . There are two user groups you can select, Local user and Network user.
Local user is for logging in on local NVR, network user is for connecting and accessing the NVR on
clients remotely.
Items
Description
List
All local/network users are listed here
Group
Add
Select the user group you want to
manage
Click this button to create a new user
Note
If you are editing the local user that you
are logging-in and you can only change
the password.
If you are editing the network user that
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Delete
Edit
Automatic
Logout
Select one user and click this to delete
the user
Select one user and click this to change
password or permissions.
User will logout If there is no operation
you are logging-in remotely and you
cannot change anything.
User need to login again for further
operation
DO NOT forget to select proper permissions when creating new user or modifying a user. A new
created user is without any permission.
Permission
Record
Snapshot
Description
Permission to enable/disable recording, playback, and backup video.
Permission to snapshot, check and backup snapshots.
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Clients
Permission to check/disconnect connections of remote clients.
System Setup
Permission to access NVR system setup menus.
PTZ
Permission to access PTZ function.
Video Adjust
Permission to adjust camera image effects.
Quit
Permission to logout, restart or power off.
IP Camera
Permission to manage IP cameras.
Other
4.3.2. Channel
Permission to clear alarm.
4.3.2.1. Preview
A. Preview
You can change camera name and OSD settings here.
Item
Channel name
Show OSD
Position
Large Font
Hide Video
Description
User can edit the channel name displaying on video window.
Change the position of channel name or hide.
Change the position of time and date or hide.
Use large font OSD for high resolution.
The live video will be hidden.
B. Icon Set
There will be some icons showing on the channel live video window, which indicate the channel
recording or alarming status. You can refer to the following sheet for channel recording or
alarming status information. You can enable large icon or change icon position here.
Icon
Instruction
Recording...
Connected by remote client
Alarm function enabled, but
not triggered
Icon
Instruction
Audio monitoring disabled
Audio monitoring enabled
Alarming...
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C. Privacy Mask
This function allows you to cover an area with a black block, both in live view and recording.
Supports up to 4 private areas. Enable this function and click setting, setting page will appear.
Drag the mouse and draw a rectangle covering on the area you want, double-click to confirm. Right
click on the rectangle to cancel the area.
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4.3.2.2. Stream
A. Stream
Our network camera supports duel stream for different usage, you can change the video settings
for better performance, network transmission or longer-time storage.
Main Stream: Also called recording stream, used for recording, and if there is one channel fullscreen displaying, this stream will be displayed.
Second Stream: Also called sub-stream or minor stream, used for live view if there are multi
channels displaying.
Items
Resolution
FPS
Description
Resolution is the width and height dimensions of the camera imaging in
pixels. A higher display resolution in a display of the same size means that
displayed content appears sharper.
Frame rate, also known as frame frequency, is the frequency (rate) at
which an imaging device displays consecutive images called frames. The
higher frame rate is, the more consecutive video becomes.
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Bitrate (Kbps)
Bitrate Control
Copy
Default Settings
Bitrate is the average number of bits per second passing between camera
and JNVR or NVR. A higher bitrate means that the stream quality is better
but which will use more bandwidth and storage space.
VBR: Variable Bit Rate, VBR files vary the amount of output data per time
segment. VBR allows a higher bitrate (and therefore requires more
storage space) to be allocated to the more complex segments of video
files while less space is allocated to less complex segments.
CBR: Constant Bit Rate, CBR means that the rate at which a codec's
output data should be consumed is constant. Lower bitrate is useful for
streaming multimedia content on limited capacity channels since it is the
maximum bit rate that matters, but it cannot allocate enough data for
complex sections. Higher bitrate will provide enough bits for the entire
coding process, though the size of the file at the end would be
proportionally larger.
Apply the settings for this channel to all channels
Restore default system settings.
B. Encoding Format
You can choose H.264/H.265 coding standard. (Both NVR and IP camera need support H.265.)
4.3.2.3. Audio
If an audio pick-up or microphone has been connected to the camera, you can enable audio
recording or audio monitoring here.
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Item
Audio Record
Audio Monitor
Type
Volume
Copy
Default
Description
If enabled, record files are with video and audio.
Enable audio monitor for the channel, click on the channel to play audio.
Choose audio coding type, choose the same coding format as IPC setting.
Adjust the volume the audio
Apply the settings for this channel to all channels.
Use factory default settings for this page.
4.3.3. Network
4.3.3.1. Connection
Select “DHCP”, if your network has DHCP server.
Unselect “DHCP”, and input the network information, if your network uses static IP.
You can check the status of CloudSEE ID, if it is online, then the NVR can be connected remotely.
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4.3.3.2. Service
You can set HTTP service, two-way talk, and DDNS function here.
Item
HTTP Service
Two-way talk
DDNS
4.3.4. Alarm
Description
Enable HTTP service and set correct port number, NVR can be
connected in WebCC. (Not available in some countries)
Enable this and choose the channel to use two-way talk function.
For users who use DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server).
4.3.4.1. E-mail
NVR can be configured to send an Email notification to all designated receivers if an alarm event
is detected, e.g., motion detection event, video loss, etc.
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Items
Description
SMTP
Choose or input the SMTP server of sending E-mail
SSL&TLS
Choose the security protocols for SMTP
Password
Password of sender
Port
User Name
Input the port for SMTP
Username of sender
Interval
Set the interval of sending E-mails
Modify
Modify receiver E-mail address that has been added
Delete
Remove a selected receiver E-mail
Receiver E-mail Add.
Add
Mail Testing
4.3.4.2. Motion Detection
E-mail(s) to receive alarm e-mail
Add new E-mail to receive alarm e-mail
Send test e-mail to check whether these settings work fine
Motion detection detects the moving objects in the configured surveillance area, and a series of
actions can be taken when the alarm is triggered.
Enable the function for the channel click Set, long press mouse and drag to select the area, you can
choose 4 areas at most for one channel. Sensitivity can also be set here. Click OK to save the
settings.
You also need to set “Alarm Output” to configure alarm actions the NVR to take when alarm is
triggered please refer to 4.3.4.5 Alarm Output.
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4.3.4.3. No Video
Enable “No Video Alarm” for the channel, if the camera is disconnected or lost video, NVR will
alarm.
You need to set “Alarm Output” to configure alarm actions the NVR to take when alarm is
triggered please refer to 4.3.4.5 Alarm Output.
4.3.4.4. Alarm Task
You can choose a time range during which the motion detection or no video alarm will be enabled.
Alarm will be disabled automatically in other time period.
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4.3.4.5. Alarm Output
You need to set “Alarm Output” for each alarm function and channel separately to configure alarm
actions the NVR will take when alarm is triggered.
Items
Keep Alarm
Turn on the Buzzer
Send to Client
E-mail Alert
Snapshot
Call Preset
Start to Record
Description
Set a time the alarm will last for when alarm is triggered, new alarm will
not be triggered until previous alarm is finished.
The buzzer inside the NVR will buzz when alarming.
Remote client will alarm when alarming.
NVR will send alarm E-mail when alarming.
NVR will send alarm E-mail with screenshot when alarming.
NVR will call preset point when alarming. (For PTZ camera only)
NVR will start recording when alarming.
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Output Module
Video CH
Alarm device connect to NVR will work when alarming. (For some model
with RS-485 port only)
Select the camera to take alarm action.
4.3.5. System
4.3.5.1. Logs
You can check/ backup NVR logs here
4.3.5.2. Maintenance
You can update the NVR here. There are two ways to update the NVR: USB update and HTTP update.
HTTP update: Choose HTTP in update type pull-down menu, select a server, and click update.
USB update: Choose USB in update type pull-down menu, insert USB flash disk with update files in
its root directory, select the update file and click update to update the NVR.
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4.3.5.3. Information
You can check NVR model, CloudSEE ID, SN, version information.
4.3.6. Device
You can check storage information and format HDD here.
4.4. View Layout
You can change the NVR screen layout, 1/4/8/9 channel can be selected. Choose the number after
“View 1” to switch channel.
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4.5. Video Adjust
[Menu—Video Adjust], you can adjust video displaying settings here.
Items
Contrast
Brightness
Chroma
Sharpness
Scene
Day Night Mode
Corridor
Exposure
AWB
Description
Set the difference in luminance or color that makes display
distinguishable.
Set the brightness of the video.
Chroma (saturation) is the colorfulness of a color relative to its own
brightness. A highly saturation is vivid and intense, while a less
saturation appears more muted, closer to gray.
Set the subjective perception of sharpness that is related to the edge
contrast of the image.
Support Indoor, Outdoor, Default, Soft.
Select the mode of day-night switching, support Auto, Always Color,
Always Black/White, Time Color.
Support rotate 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°. When the camera is installed in a
narrow scene or with different angle, use this to get better view
Set the period of exposure, the camera will adjust automatically in the
range. If the is power frequency interference, you can adjust exposure
time to avoid it.
AWB can compensate for the slight color differences in different types of
light, or make the colors warmer or cooler to match the intended mood
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of your video.
Night Selfadaption
With night self-adaption, camera can adjust night vision effect according
to the object.
WDR
Wide Dynamic Range: With WDR, a camera can record greater scene
details, from shadows to highlights than normal.
Mirror
Show the mirror image of the video, in which the right side of the
original object appears on the left and the left side appears on the right
Reverse
Make the picture upside down.
Defog
Default Settings
4.6. PTZ
Select the function in fog weather to improve the clarity.
Restore default system settings.
In the live view interface, you can use the PTZ control buttons to realize pan/tilt/zoom control of
the camera.
Note:
To realize PTZ control, the camera connected to the network must support the PTZ function
or a pan/tilt unit has been installed to the camera. Please properly set the PTZ parameters on
RS-485 settings page.
4.6.1. Preset
Preset is a basic unit in PTZ function, it contains PTZ position and status information, with which a
PTZ camera can turn to the position you set when click goto (or call preset). You can also set a
patrol line with several presets.
Items
Navigation Keys
Iris
Focus
Zoom
Speed
Preset
Add
Delete
There are for direction arrows, Use
view of PTZ camera; Use
Adjust the iris of the camera.
Description
to control the
to start rotating horizontally.
Adjust the focus of the camera.
Zoom in and zoom out
Adjust the speed of pan/tilt movements.
Preset number, 1 to 255, support 256 presets in total.
Adjust the position of the camera view, click this button to add current
view position as a preset.
Select a preset, and remove it with this button.
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Goto
4.6.2. Patrol
This feature enables the camera to point to a specified preset scene
manually or when an event takes place. For the defined preset, you can
call it at any time to the desired preset scene.
You can edit a patrol line with presets and stay time, the PTZ camera can rotate and zoom according
to your setting.
Preset
Items
Stay Time
Select the preset(s).
Description
Patrol duration of the preset.
Add
Add the preset to patrol line.
Delete
Delete the preset from patrol line.
Patrol
Start patrol.
Stop
Stop Patrol.
4.6.3. Trail and Guard
Trail: Set a patrol path manually by using direction arrows instead of presets, system will remember
the path and save it.
Guard: Set a view position and duration to watch the point.
Record
Finish
Start
Stop
Guard
Preset
Time
Start
Stop
Items
Description
Click Record and set a patrol path manually by using direction arrows,
the path will be stored.
Click Finish to stop path recording and save it.
Start path patrol.
Stop the path patrol.
Add the preset to patrol.
Select the preset used for guard.
Set the duration of guard.
Start guard.
Stop guard.
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4.6.4. Scan
Speed
Items
Left
Right
Start Scan
Stop Scan
Wave Scan
Set the speed of scanning
Description
Set left limit manually with direction arrows,
Set right limit manually with direction arrows,
Start scanning.
Stop scanning
Use preseted various scanning style.
4.6.5. AUX
You can set assist (AUX) on/off in this page.
4.6.6. Protocol Settings
You can set RS-485/Network/RS-232 PTZ protocols here.
Please contact local retailer or PTZ camera provider for proper settings.
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4.7. Clients
If you want to connect the NVR on PC with PC client software, there is a limit on the number of
connections. All remote clients connecting to this NVR can be checked in this page.
You can find how many remote connections or disconnect these connections.
4.8. Snapshot and photos
Click [Menu--snapshot], the mouse pointer will become a camera icon, click on a channel to take a
snapshot of the channel, or right click to cancel. Snapshots can be checked in [Menu-Photos].
Note: Hard disk must be installed to store pictures
4.9. Record Setting
You can set all day recording or scheduled recording in this page. Two time periods can be set for
recording.
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4.10. Playback
Click [Menu-- Playback], then video playback window appears.
Select date and channel on the left, then recording files will be listed on the right, choose one file
and double click to play. You can adjust video play with control panel.
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4.11. Clear Alarm
If alarm is triggered and you want to stop the alarm action, you can use this function. Right click
on the alarm channel, [Menu—Clear Alarm-- Current] to stop the alarm for the channel. Select
“Clear All” to stop alarms for all channels.
4.12. Output Adjust
You can set screen output parameters including brightness, contrast, and chroma. There are 4
presets you can choose.
5. CloudSEE Remote Connection
NVR default remote connection account:
Username: abc
Password: 123
5.1. Get CloudSEE ID.
Login NVR system, check the CloudSEE ID and whether the status is online, which means you can
use CloudSEE network monitoring system to connect the NVR remotely. You can get CloudSEE ID
with the following instructions.
a. move the mouse to the top middle area of the system interface, the online status and CloudSEE
will pop up,
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b. Menu - System Setup – Network- Connection, you can find CloudSEE ID and status here.
5.2. Connect NVR with CloudSEE
1. Install and run CloudSEE, choose “Local User Login”, input default CloudSEE client username:
abc password: 123 . the main view is as shown below.
Click “Settings” on the right function panel, the Settings dialog box appears.
If you want to connect one channel of the NVR, select one source on the left, and input Username,
Password, CloudSEE ID, Channel Number, then click OK to save.
If you want to connect several channels of the NVR, you should edit the number of sources as you
want by adding or deleting source, then select one source on the left, and input Username,
Password, CloudSEE ID, Channel Number, then click “Apply to all”, click OK to save.
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Click “Group”, and select the device just added, right click and select Connect (or double click the
source). You can also use “Link All” to connect all the sources.
The live view of the camera added will display in the live view window.
Note: If the NVR and PC are in the same subnet, the NVR can be searched by clicking
Devices, click to expand, and double click channel number, the channel will be
connected.
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5.3. Connect NVR with Smart Phone
1. Search “CloudSEE” in App Store (iOS) or Google play (Android). Get and install CloudSEE on
your smart phone.
2. Open CloudSEE App, Tap +, and select “Add by CloudSEE ID”.
3. Input CloudSEE ID, Username, Password of the device, tap Save
4. The device will be added. Tap the device on the list, live video will display.
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