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LILIN Navigator
USER MANUAL
Table of Contents
Overview ................................................................................................................. 1
Navigator Main Features .................................................................................. 1
Copyrights ........................................................................................................ 2
General Notations ............................................................................................ 2
Before Using Navigator ..................................................................................... 3
User Manual..................................................................................................... 3
Uninstall Navigator ........................................................................................... 4
Use Navigator on Windows 7 and Windows 8 platforms ................................... 4
Getting Started ........................................................................................................ 5
Start Using LILIN Navigator ............................................................................... 5
User Settings ............................................................................................................ 5
Add a User ....................................................................................................... 6
Modify an Existing User .................................................................................... 6
Delete a User.................................................................................................... 6
User Authorization ........................................................................................... 6
System Settings ................................................................................................ 7
Add a New Device ............................................................................................ 8
Device Type ...................................................................................................... 9
ONVIF Settings .............................................................................................. 9
Find Device..................................................................................................... 10
Alarm Input Management .............................................................................. 11
Alarm Output Management ........................................................................... 11
Alarm Acknowledgment ................................................................................. 11
Notify Navigator installed on other computers (Enterprise Only) .................... 12
Recording Settings ................................................................................................. 13
Schedule Recording Settings ........................................................................... 13
Motion Detection Recording .......................................................................... 13
Recording at System Startup ........................................................................... 14
Estimated Recording Days .............................................................................. 15
Network Storage NAS (Enterprise Only) .......................................................... 15
Group Settings ....................................................................................................... 17
Grouping ........................................................................................................ 17
Group Naming ................................................................................................ 17
Arrange Devices in a Group ............................................................................ 18
Group Authentication ..................................................................................... 18
View a Group ................................................................................................. 18
Group Sequential Playback ............................................................................. 18
Main Grouping ............................................................................................... 18
Split View ....................................................................................................... 18
Dynamic Video Channel Swapping.................................................................. 19
Digital Zoom ................................................................................................... 19
Playback in Navigator ............................................................................................. 20
Playback ......................................................................................................... 20
Playback for an IP Camera within the Main Grouping ..................................... 21
Multi-Channel Playback .................................................................................. 21
Remote Multi-Channel Playback ..................................................................... 22
SmartSearch ................................................................................................... 22
Remote DVR/NVR Playback ............................................................................ 23
AVI File Export & Play from a File .................................................................... 24
Multi-Channel Backup .................................................................................... 25
Snapshot ........................................................................................................ 25
Alarm Event Playback ..................................................................................... 25
Tagging (Enterprise Only) ............................................................................... 26
Audio ..................................................................................................................... 27
Two-way Audio ............................................................................................. 27
Two-way Audio Auto Switching ...................................................................... 27
Audio Recording ............................................................................................. 27
Archive Manager (Enterprise Only) ........................................................................ 28
Archive Source ............................................................................................... 28
Archive Destination ........................................................................................ 28
PTZ Control Panel ................................................................................................... 29
Preset Point Settings ...................................................................................... 29
Navigator Status Panel.................................................................................... 29
Control PTZ via a PIH-931D Keyboard ............................................................. 29
Split View ....................................................................................................... 30
Control a Camera ........................................................................................... 30
IP Camera ePTZ or ROI Feature ....................................................................... 31
Switch between Navigator and Virtual Matrix Monitors ................................. 31
Keyboard Playback ......................................................................................... 31
eMap Manager............................................................................................... 33
Access eMap .................................................................................................. 33
Find Devices ................................................................................................... 33
PTZ Control Panel ........................................................................................... 34
Toolbar ........................................................................................................... 34
eMap Alarm Options ...................................................................................... 35
Add a Map...................................................................................................... 35
Add a Device to the Map ................................................................................ 35
Delete a Device from the Map ........................................................................ 36
Modify a Device ............................................................................................. 36
Find a Device .................................................................................................. 36
Alarm on eMap .............................................................................................. 36
Quick Map Reference ..................................................................................... 37
Alarm Control Mode & Switching Mode ......................................................... 37
Web Server ............................................................................................................ 39
Database Manager ................................................................................................. 40
User Log Report ............................................................................................. 40
Event Report .................................................................................................. 40
Import Database ............................................................................................ 40
Export Database ............................................................................................. 40
Multiple Monitors .................................................................................................. 41
Navigator Software 2x2 Video Wall (Enterprise Only) ..................................... 43
Alarm Acknowledgement ............................................................................... 43
Retail and Distribution Business Solutions .............................................................. 44
Retail POS Application .................................................................................... 44
POS Connection via TCP/IP for Retail Business (Enterprise Only) ..................... 45
Test the Communication between a POS system and Navigator ...................... 45
Link POS to a Camera Channel ........................................................................ 46
POS Transaction Playback ............................................................................... 47
Search POS Transactions ................................................................................. 47
Scanner Connection for Logistic Business ....................................................... 47
Mobile Device Support........................................................................................... 47
Navigator Software Streaming Client & Server ....................................................... 48
Navigator Streaming Server ............................................................................ 48
Navigator Software Streaming Client .............................................................. 48
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) (Enterprise Only) ............................. 49
Failover (Enterprise Only) ....................................................................................... 50
Enable Failover Monitoring Service ................................................................ 50
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................... 52
APPENDIX .............................................................................................................. 53
Minimum System Requirement ...................................................................... 53
Username and password ................................................................................ 53
Benchmark Environment: ............................................................................... 53
Hardware Accessories Support List ................................................................. 53
Navigator 2.0 Corporate ................................................................................. 54
Navigator 2.0 Enterprise ................................................................................. 57
Navigator 2.0 Lite ........................................................................................... 60
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Overview
LILIN Navigator (hereafter referred to as “Navigator”) is a comprehensive
solution to the management of LILIN’s network products, including IP
cameras, DVRs/NVRs, and a wide range of applications. Navigator consists
of (1) network video recording software, (2) eMap Manager, (3) Database
Manager, (4) Web Server, and (5) Remote DVR/NVR playback and file
download.
Major functions of this software include the management of videos and
images recorded by a wide range of cameras produced by LILIN, recording
video clips in the SD card of remote IP cameras and DVRs/NVRs, and
supporting video playback and file download. Navigator can be installed at
various sites for camera management. According to geographical locations
and functionalities, the software can also divide IP cameras and DVRs/NVRs
into groups to help users view group images and videos.
eMap Manager is an innovative central management system for live
monitoring, alarm snapshots, and map management. Devices installed at
different locations can be displayed and managed with simply clicks on userdefined maps. One of the many highlights of this function is the dual screen
design, which ease the management of DVRs/NVRs and IP cameras.
Navigator is designed for hybrid installment of IP camera, video server, IP
Fast Dome, and DVRs. Its diverse functions provide the necessary flexibility
in managing record storage devices and deliver a comprehensive solution to
digital surveillance. Major features of Navigator are listed as followed.
Navigator Main Features
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Record and manage the videos recorded by an infinite number of IP
H.264/MJPEG cameras and DVRs/NVRs
Scheduled, continuous, and motion detection recording support
eMap live video with alarm snapshots
Integrated alarm management for alarm output
Web server for live video and PTZ control
iPhone and Android devices support
Innovative solutions for retail and transportation industries
Video groups that allow easy management
IP Fast Dome control and PTZ control
Recorded videos can be exported to AVI file format
Easy-to-use calendar and time selections for video playback
Secure user access configurations
Complete event logs
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Two-way audio and audio recording
Digital zoom, ePTZ, and region of interest (ROI) support
Dynamic Drag-and-drop swapping of video channels
Copyrights
Merit LILIN Enterprise Co. Ltd. holds exclusive ownership of the software and
all intellectual property rights embodied therein, including copyrights and
valuable trade secrets incorporated in the software's design and coding
methodology. The software is protected by international treaty. This
agreement provides you with only a limited use license, and does not grant
you any intellectual property rights in the software. Adobe and Acrobat
Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Windows,
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 are registered
trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
General Notations
The terms of IP-based devices or products used in this document refer to
H.264 HD/MJPEG IP Fast Domes, Video Servers, or IP Cameras. The terms
of DVR devices/products refer to DVR 3 and 5 series.
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Before Using Navigator
LILIN Navigator is a video recording application. Although Navigator
supports multiple hard drives recording, when the overwrite setting is
enabled, the oldest recorded video clips will be deleted first if the designated
storage is full. Should you want logical partitions in your hard disk drive,
allocate at least 20 GB for each drive.
To change the hard drive setting, click System Settings . Select the hard
drive(s) to which you want Navigator to save the recorded videos. It is
recommended not to choose the system disk as the destination drive.
Furthermore, each logical HDD drive should contain at least 10% empty
space for storing video data. Navigator deletes the oldest files first until it
reaches 90% of the logical drive, and it proceeds to the next logical hard disk
drive for recording.
User Manual
This Navigator user manual is in the PDF format. To access the manual, go
to Start→All Programs→LILIN Navigator→User Manual. You must install
Acrobat Reader before opening the manual.
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Uninstall Navigator
To uninstall Navigator, select Start→All Programs
→LILIN Navigator->Uninstall LILIN Navigator.
Before you continue, be sure to back up your
database, and you can import the database to the
new installation. Please see Database Manager in
this document for details.
Use Navigator on Windows 7 and
Windows 8 platforms
When you install Navigator on Windows Vista and Windows 7 platforms,
please go to Control Panel→User Account Control settings, and lower the
setting to Default. This will ensure that Navigator starts and logins
automatically when the watchdog timer performs a system reboot.
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Getting Started
Start Using LILIN Navigator
You can follow either of the following steps to explore the world of Navigator:
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Go to Start→All Programs→LILIN Navigator→LILIN Navigator
2)
Click the Navigator icon on the desktop.
To log in to Navigator:
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For first-time users, enter “admin” for the username and leave the password in blank; for
existing users, enter the combination of your username and password.
2)
Click OK.
User Settings
In user settings, you can add users, delete users, change passwords, and
change access rights for users.
To add, delete, and modify a particular user, click the User button
on the
right side of the main screen of Navigator, and the User Setting dialog box
will appear.
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Add a User
To add a user, click the Add button. In the Add User dialog box, enter the
required information. Remember to choose user access level before you
press OK.
Modify an Existing User
To modify an existing user, choose a user and click the Modify button. Here
you may change the password of this user.
Delete a User
To delete a user, choose a user, press Delete, and click OK.
User Authorization
Features supported by Navigator can be assigned to each user. To enable a
feature for a user, click Operation, and check whichever boxes to which you
want the user to have access.
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System Settings
In System Settings
, you will find a number of tabs that allow you to
change the configurations of this software. Configure the settings to fit your
needs.
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Auto run this application when system starts—launch Navigator
automatically on system startup.
Auto sequence after reboot—perform group sequential display after a
system reboot.
Original video resolution at full screen mode—use original video
resolution in full screen mode.
Auto login when system starts—log in to Navigator automatically when
the system starts.
Limit max CPU usage—set CPU loading to a particular value.
Turn off graphics hardware acceleration—if you are using an older
computer or experience system performance slowdown, check this
option to turn off graphics hardware acceleration.
Force to enter the reason for backup and playback—check to enter
reasons for backup and playback.
Enable TV Wall after reboot—when Navigator is launched, check this
option to automatically turn on the TV wall.
Low latency mode—when CPU load is too high, check this option to
make the video smoother.
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Enable Archive Manager after reboot—click to automatically launch
Archive Manager after reboot.
System reboot—check and set the time you want the system to reboot
every day.
Language—choose your language from the drop-down list.
Note: We recommend you set the destination drive to any drive that is not the system drive.
Add a New Device
To add a new device, select any channel and click the Properties button
.
Click the Find Device button to open IPScan, a tool that helps you find all
devices in your network. Choose the device you want to use and press
Close, and you will see a prompt window asking “Do you want to auto set
the IP/DNS and the host post?” Click Yes, and the application will
automatically complete all the settings for you.
The configurable settings in Properties are listed as followed:
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Name—camera name displayed on top of the live video channel
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Location—location of the camera installed
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Frame rate—frame rate of the device
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ONVIF—settings related to the ONVIF protocol
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Device type—type of the device; RTSP is for H.264 D1 or H.264 HD IP
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cameras.
Enable recording—check to enable or disable recording for the device
IP/DNS (required)—IP address of the device
HTTP Port—HTTP port number of the device
Video Port—DVR’s video port number/IP camera’s RTSP port number
Username
Password
Image size—the source video size of the device
Camera/485 ID—IP Fast Dome RS-485 ID.
Synchronize Time with PC—synchronize time with the local PC.
Note: RS-485 camera ID (1 to 128) must match the ID setting of the IP Fast
Dome. The software may not control PTZ movement if the ID setting is
incorrect.
Once you complete the above settings, you can click Video to test if the
device is working properly. For information of the default username and
password, please see Appendix for details.
Device Type
For video streaming, there are several device types to choose from:
ONVIF Settings
To use RTSP streaming, first you need to set up the ONVIF protocol:
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Profile: a user can select different streaming profiles such as H.264
720P or MJPEG 720P.
Protocol: streaming protocol such as RTP/UDP, RTP/TCP, or
RTP/TCP/HTTP.
Quality: compression quality
Brightness
Saturation
Contrast
Sharpness
Frame rate
Bit rate
Note: ONVIF settings are only available for LILIN’s ONVIF camera.
Find Device
IPScan utility can scan through all IP address in the LAN to locate devices.
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Select a device in IPScan and click Close to set up the device. All the device
information such as IP address and port number will be automatically
detected by Navigator.
You can also manually add devices of IP Fast Dome, IP camera, video
server, or DVR .
Note: IPScan can only work under a LAN environment and does not support
an Internet environment.
Alarm Input Management
Navigator supports a wide range of alarm inputs, which may be different
according to various camera models:
Alarm Output Management
The alarm output features support various alarm reactions for motion and
remote motion alarm detection management. Alarm options may be subject
to camera models:
Alarm Acknowledgment
You need two monitors to enable alarm acknowledgment, one for Navigator
and the other for alarm acknowledgment. Click the Monitor Setting button
and set the Alarm ACK Monitor to the second monitor.
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Alarm acknowledgement monitor
Video is displayed on the Navigator alarm acknowledgement monitor you
designated. To acknowledge the alarm, click the ACK OFF button at the
bottom left corner of the Navigator alarm acknowledge monitor.
Click the ACK OFF button to
acknowledge the alarm.
To setup the acknowledgement feature, check Alarm ACK in the alarm
output list.
Notify Navigator installed on other computers
(Enterprise Only)
Third-party software can enable or disable videos on the alarm acknowledge
monitor using the CGI commands provided by Navigator. See
HTTPAPI.PDF on our official website for more details.
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Recording Settings
By default, Navigator starts continuous recording after an IP camera is
connected. To change recording configurations, please read the following
sections.
Schedule Recording Settings
The recording schedule of Navigator can be set to Always, No Record, and
Motion, and the time increment can be set down to an hour.To designate
which hours to record, first choose the recording type (Always, No Record,
and Motion), and then highlight as many boxes as you like in System
Settings→Schedule.
Click Apply next to Apply All Schedule to apply the selected recording type to
all days and hours. To apply a recording type to all channels, click Apply All
for Apply Schedule to All Channels.
Motion Detection Recording
To enable motion detection recording, click
to open the Properties dialog
box. Next, click Alarm Management and check Remote Motion Detection
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To enable motion detection recording, click
to open the Properties dialog
box. Next, click Alarm Management and check Remote Motion Detection.
Click Options to configure the settings. Navigator provides up to four userconfigurable motion detection areas. Simply drag across any areas on the
screen to define a motion detection area. Right-click to clear one or all
designated areas. To adjust motion detection sensitivity, use the scroll bar at
the bottom of the window. Motions that are detected within the highlighted
areas will send an alarm to the system. Click Apply for the settings to take
effects.
In the live monitoring mode, a “little man” appears in the channel if any
motion events are detected.
Note: The use of Remote Motion Detection can further reduce the CPU
load of a Navigator PC, for this function utilizes the motion detection engine
of the IP camera.
Recording at System Startup
Check this option to start recording automatically every time you boot the
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system. It is not required to start recording manually. If a schedule is set,
Navigator will begin recording according to the schedule at startup.
Estimated Recording Days
To estimate the remaining storage capacity (days), a user can click System
Setting and switch to the Record Time tab. Estimated recording day and
time information will be displayed on the right side of the pane.
Network Storage NAS (Enterprise Only)
You are allowed to save recorded files on network storage such as iSCSI or
NAS if the network storage supports “Network Neighborhood” protocol.
To do so, go to the Network tab. Click Add Network Drive, and select any
network storage by clicking Mapped Drive of Navigator Software PC.
Choose Apply when the network storage is selected. Check the storage you
just added at the bottom of this window. Navigator will begin circular
recording and save the files to the drive you selected.
Otherwise, you can go to My Computer→Tools→Map Network Drive.
Please make sure that the Reconnect at logon option is checked to avoid
losing connectivity.
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Group Settings
Grouping
Users are allowed to divide cameras or DVRs into
groups based on their geographic locations or
functions. You can easily view the videos
recorded by the grouped devices. To create
groups, enter System Settings and click
Grouping and follow the followings steps:
1.
Select a group type from the left pane and click the Right Arrow to
create a group.
2.
Click Apply to save the settings.
Once the groups are set, you can easily switch between different groups.
Group Naming
To name a group, right-click a group and choose Property. Enter the name
you want to use into the text field.
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Arrange Devices in a Group
To set up devices in a group, right-click the device and select Property.
Group Authentication
To assign access rights to particular users, right-click a group and select
Property. A Grouping dialog box will appear. The default setting allows
every user full access to every device in the group. To disable the right to
access, uncheck the checkbox next to a user. Group access rights also apply
to web servers. Users with different access levels can only see the videos of
their corresponding groups.
View a Group
To view the videos of a group, click Groupings and chose the group you
want to see.
Group Sequential Playback
To adjust the group sequential playback interval (seconds), go to the
Grouping tab in System Settings.
Main Grouping
Main Grouping is a group consisting of 36 devices, which are displayed in a
split view in Navigator. To add a device to the main grouping, please follow
these steps:
1) Select Main Grouping in grouping dropdown list.
2) Right-click one of the cameras.
3) Select Properties.
Split View
Currently, Navigator supports four types of split views including full screen
view, 4-channel view, 16-channel view, and 36-channel view. To open the full
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screen view, double-click a camera to maximize the screen. Click Windows,
and choose the type of view you want to see.
Dynamic Video Channel Swapping
If you want to move a camera
channel around, you can simply
drag a camera to another video
channel. This operation swaps
these two cameras’ positions
dynamically in the software. For
users who want to adjust the
display position after site
installation, they do not need to
re-assign the IP settings.
Digital Zoom
To zoom in a specific area, click and drag to create an area for digital zoom.
Then you can move the zoom-in area (green area) at will.
The digital zoom function is also available in the playback mode.
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Playback in Navigator
Navigator can playback the videos recorded by all IP-based products
including H.264 HD IP Cameras, Full D1 IP Cameras, IP Fast Domes, Video
Servers, LAN Cameras, and DVRs.
Playback
First of all, select a camera channel or a DVR. Press the Playback button
, and choose Playback
. A new window will open shortly.
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Playback for an IP Camera within the
Main Grouping
Video recorded in the main grouping can be saved to
a local PC. Stored video clips can be played by
specified date and time. To do so, see the following
steps:
1) Choose a date in the calendar.
2) Specify the starting time and ending time.
3) Click Search to search the video clips.
When a video clip is playing, click Stop
, Play
, Pause
, << (Rewind)
>> (Fast Forward) , and Snapshot
buttons to perform the
corresponding function. You can also click the time-bar or drag the scrollbar
to jump to a specific time.
Multi-Channel Playback
You can choose a group for multi-channel playback. Just click the multichannel playback button
, and a playback window appears as below:
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Navigator Lite supports up to 36-channel playback at the same time.
A number of settings can be changed for
multi-channel playback: (1) NAV/CMX I
frame only (2) I frame only. I frame only is
only available when multi-channel playback
is activated, and activate this option will
force Navigator to show only 1 frame/sec in
the background to reduce CPU load. For
less powerful workstations, we suggest you
activate this option. However, you may
uncheck the option if CPU usage is low.
Remote Multi-Channel Playback
You may also connect to another Navigator host
remotely and play videos saved on that host. To
enable remote playback, click Playback, then
choose Remote Playback
. Click the Connect
button
and enter IP/DNS address,
port number, username, and password to access
Navigator. Select a group for multi-channel
playback. Moreover, you can add Navigator hosts as
bookmarks to instant login in the future.
SmartSearch
SmartSearch is available in multi-channel playback.
This search function provides quick video search in
selected motion detection zones.
To perform SmartSearch, enable full screen mode for a particular camera.
Select SmartSearch in the drop-down list of Select Mode and press Search.
A SmartSearch dialog box will appear. Drag the motion detection area on the
screen inside the SmartSearch dialog box. Click Start, and the system
automatically performs a quick scan for any signs of motion activities in the
video clip.
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In the event list, snapshots of the motion activities will
be displayed. Click on the snapshots to jump to the
time when a particular event happened.
Remote DVR/NVR Playback
For playback videos on a remote DVR/NVR, right-click the DVR/NVR channel
and select DVR/NVR Remote Playback..
Then you will see the DVR/NVR Playback dialog box. Specify the date and
time information in the dialog box to start remote DVR/NVR playback.
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AVI File Export & Play from a File
Export AVI with OSD
Users are allowed to export an AVI file recorded by a main grouping device.
First you need to open the playback interface and search for a recorded
video. Click the Backup button, choose Destination Directory, and press
Convert AVI with OSD on the right side of the screen to export the AVI file.
Export AVI without OSD
Export an H.264 AVI file without an OSD timestamp can be much faster than
rendering an AVI file with a timestamp.
Navigator stores its video clips in a GUID folder inside the default Video
folder. The GUID folder is named by a 32-digit hex string. The videos are
saved under year, month, day, hour, and minute.
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Multi-Channel Backup
Multi-channel backup features (1) multiple channel playback through
MPlayer, which is a comprehensive media player; and (2) AVI backup for
multiple channels.
To back up your files, click the Backup button
and select channels.
Specify the date, time, and destination directory. Finally, choose Start
Backup or Covert AVI for multi-channel video backup to begin.
Snapshot
In a system of consisting of IP based services, you may want to capture
images in a particular video. You can utilize this function in Navigator by
simply clicking the Snapshot button . The picture will be saved as a JPEG
file.
Alarm Event Playback
To playback motion detection events, choose Alarm in the Select mode
drop-down list, and click Search to display all motion detection events. Click
any of the events to play associated videos.
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Tagging (Enterprise Only)
To mark video clips as important, you may add tags to video clips by clicking
the Tagging icon .
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Audio
Two-way Audio
Navigator supports two-way audio enabled surveillance cameras. To
activate this feature, select a particular channel and click the Speaker icon
at the top-right corner to listen to the audio of the channel. You can also
move the volume bar to adjust the volume. To speak to a remote site, please
click the Microphone icon
next to the Speaker icon.
Audio monitoring is only available in the full screen mode. Double-click a
channel to enter the full screen mode.
Two-way Audio Auto Switching
Navigator supports two-way audio for IP cameras. Check Audio Auto
Switch in Properties
will automatically enable audio when the camera is
triggered by a remote IP camera’s digital input.
Audio Recording
Navigator supports audio recording using IP camera models equipped with
audio input. The Playback interface can play audio (if any) simultaneously
with the video recorded.
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Archive Manager (Enterprise Only)
Archive Manager, a built-in feature in every copy of Navigator, can archive
videos to a central network storage device. Archive Manger delivers a hasslefree experience that automatically saves your video clips to a secure location.
To open Archive Manager, please go to Start→All Programs→LILIN
Navigator→Archive Manager.
Archive Source
To start video archiving, select the cameras you want to archive. You can
either keep the video clips in the local PC (Duplicate Archiving), move the
local data to a remote archive destination, or stop archiving for a specific time
frame. After the configuration is completed, you can schedule the archive
task by choosing the hours and days you want the archiving to take place.
Also, you can apply all settings to the schedules of other cameras.
Archive Destination
You can choose the Archive Drive where video clips will be archived. The
Archive Drive could either be a network RAID drive or an internal SATA RAID
for large data storage. To choose a NAS RAID as the archive destination,
click Setup Network Disk to mount a remote drive to Navigator. After the
disk is chosen, select Real-Time Archiving or Scheduled Archiving. The
former will start archiving immediately the next minute, and the latter will start
archiving in the designated time.
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PTZ Control Panel
In Navigator, you are able to control the movements of PTZ cameras. Select
the channel of a PTZ camera (e.g., IP Fast Dome) and click PTZ Setting
to control the movements freely using a PC keyboard and/or the PTZ control
panel
Preset Point Settings
To set up preset points, please invoke Presets dialog box. Follow
the following steps:
1)
Select preset point dropdown list.
2)
Type the time field.
3)
Type the speed field.
4)
Click up, down, left, or right to move the IP Fast Dome to specific position.
5)
Click Apply button to set the position.
Navigator Status Panel
System time
CPU load
Microphone
status
System date
Disk capacity remaining
Current user
Recording time
remaining
Control PTZ via a PIH-931D Keyboard
Many Navigator functions can be activated with PIH-931D keyboards.
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Connect a PIH-931D keyboard to a Navigator host through an RS-232<>RS-485 adapter.
First, enter the DVR/NVR control mode by pressing SHIFT and DVR.
+
To use Navigator features, simultaneously press Navigator ID, DVR, and
ENT.
+
+
To select a group, press and hold the monitor ID and MON before pressing
the group ID and PRESET.
+
+
+
Split View
To switch split views, launch Navigator and press the following buttons:
16-channel
8-channel Navigator ID + DVR + ENT 36-channel
9-channel
4-channel
To enter the 36-channel view, simultaneously press the Navigator ID, DVR,
and ENT. The operation is the same as operating a Navigator host.
Control a Camera
For control a camera, simultaneously press the camera number and CAM
buttons.
Example: Control camera #8
+
+
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IP Camera ePTZ or ROI Feature
Several models of IP cameras provide ePTZ or ROI features. With the help of
Navigator, you can use a keyboard controller to access ePTZ or ROI feature.
Switch between Navigator and Virtual Matrix
Monitors
See Control PTZ via PIH-931D Keyboard to use Navigator features.
Now you can select a monitor for Navigator.
+
Press button 1 with MON to control #5 Navigator monitor.
Keyboard Playback
See “Control PTZ via PIH-931D Keyboard” to use Navigator features.
To access multi-channel playback, click the Step Forward button
the playback mode.
To access single-channel playback, click the Play button
to enter
.
In Playback Timer Setup, use the joystick to enter date and time. Press ENT
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button to search through videos. Press ESC to exit and press ESC again to
exit the playback dialog box. The following introduces how to control
playback with a PIH-931D keyboard.
Pause
: Stop playback.
Play
: Start or resume playback.
Forward
: Accelerates playback video.
Rewind
: Play the video backwards.
Stop
: Stop the playback and return to the playback menu.
Select various split display modes on live and playback monitoring.
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eMap Manager
eMap is an application that can manage devices such as IP camera, IP Fast
Dome, and DVRs/NVR on any maps. With eMap, user can easily locate a
particular device on a map. Launch eMap Manager in Navigator→eMap
Manager.
Access eMap
Alarm Snapshot
Camera Location
Alarm Display
Multi-screens
Map List
Camera Video
Find Devices
To find a device within eMap Manager, go to View→Find or click the Find
Device icon , and a list of found devices appears at the bottom right corner
of the screen. Choose any of the found devices.
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PTZ Control Panel
To control PTZ device, double-click a PTZ device, and enjoy
PTZ features on the PTZ control panel.
Toolbar
The buttons from left to right are described as follows:
Find device: Switch to the Find Device panel
PTZ control: Switch to the PTZ control panel.
Refresh: Refresh the map and device information.
eMap edit mode: Add or modify devices on the map.
Device list: Display the device list.
eMap alarm switching mode: Switch to the map where an alarm is detected.
eMap control mode: for PTZ control and live monitoring mode
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eMap Alarm Options




Continuous snapshots: The number of
continuous snapshots is taken for each
alarm.
Alarm snapshot interval (sec): The time
interval between photos to be taken.
Alarm video output time: Triggering
interval between alarm detections.
Number of snapshots stored: The buffer
size for storing JPEG snapshots.
Add a Map
To add a new map, go to File→Add Map. Or you can
press the New button at the top-right corner. Select the
JPEG map file representing the installation site and enter
map name and location information.
To delete a map, select the map in the Map List, and go
to File→Delete Map or click Delete at the top-right
corner.
Click Property to change the name and location of a map.
Add a Device to the Map
To add a device to a map, switch to the eMap edit mode before you dragand-drop a device from Device List to its associated map. You will see a
check next to the name of the added device.
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Delete a Device from the Map
To delete a device from the map:
1)
Select and right-click the device.
2)
Select Delete Device.
Or, uncheck the device in the device list.
Modify a Device
To modify a device, go to Edit→Device Property or right-click a device and
choose Device Property. In the popup dialog box, you are allowed to make
changes to several configurations, including display color and camera
coverage.
The circular shape on the right of the Device Properties window allows you
to control the direction and angle of a camera. Click and rotate the camera
view control clockwise/counter-clockwise to change the camera angle and
move the two scroll bars at the bottom to adjust camera coverage.
Find a Device
You can easily add DVR, DVR camera, or IP-based devices to
different maps. However, finding a particular device for video
playback can be difficult and time-consuming. eMap Manager
provides easy access to any device you want to monitor. Click
Find Device , or go to View→Find in the menu bar. A list of
all devices in all maps will be shown at the bottom-right corner
of eMap Manager. Double-click a device in that list for eMap to
automatically switch to the map and show the device as well as its live video.
Alarm on eMap
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If a motion or digital input alarm sent by Navigator is detected, the camera
will start blinking on the associated map,
and the live video will be displayed, too.
Quick Map Reference
In the eMap edit mode, drag any map
from the list into the map view. This allows quick switching from one map to
another by click on the map thumbnail.
Alarm Control Mode & Switching Mode
In eMap Manager, it is possible to switch quickly and frequently between
maps and videos. A user can manually double-click on the camera icons for
its live video. There are up to 4 windows that can be opened at same time.
When switching from one map to another, the video window(s) will be closed,
and previously opened video(s) will be played automatically in the map that
just opens The feature is very useful if you need to open the maps frequently.
In the alarm switching mode, videos will appear on the associated map while
an alarm is received. The videos will be shown in a pop-up window to attract
your notice.
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Web Server
Navigator can work as a web server to stream live video. To enable the
service, go to System Settings→Network and enter the HTTP pot you want
to use.
Then, you may either click the HTTP link or copy the link to the address bar
of your Internet browser to view the video.
Note: HTTP streaming may require username and password.
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Database Manager
Database Manager can generate user log report
and event report. In addition, this built-in feature
allows databases import, export, and repair
User Log Report
Click User Log Report to show a complete user log. Press
File→Export Log to export a CSV log file.
Event Report
Click Event Report to show a complete event report. Press
File→Export Log to export a CSV
log file.
Import Database
XML format databases can be imported into Database Manager.
Click Import DB and choose the database you want to import.
Export Database
Database Manager supports database export to XML format files.
Click Import DB and choose the database you want to import.
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Multiple Monitors
Multiple monitors support is a native feature in Windows 7 or higher. This
feature allows you to view different applications of Navigator on separate
monitors.
One of the advantages of using multiple monitors is that you can control
Navigator as well as its applications with just one set of input devices (e.g.,
mouse/keyboard).
Before connecting to an additional monitor, you must install a dual-display
graphics card (optional). For settings of multiple displays, please refer to the
user guide provided by Microsoft.
Multiple Monitors Virtual Matrix Output
Navigator supports up to 6 monitors, one main monitor and 5 additional
monitors. To connect up to 6 monitors, you may use ASUS 7970-DC2-3GD5
or other equivalent graphics cards.
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After the graphics card is properly installed, click on Monitor
the attached and detected monitors.
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to show all
When all monitors are properly connected, click Identify Monitor to show
display ID on each monitor:
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Functions related to multiple display output are described as followed:

Quad display: Navigator can squeeze four 36-channel views into one
large LCD screen.

Default group: the group to be shown on the main monitor.

Sequence time: sequential playback interval.

Default window division: the default number of split views.

Low CPU usage mode: enable I frame to reduce CPU load.
Navigator Software 2x2 Video Wall (Enterprise Only)
Four of the six monitors supported by Navigator can form a 2x2 video wall.
Go to Control Panel→Display→Screen Resolution to combine four
1920*1080 monitors to create a 3840*2160 resolution video wall.
After you finish with the settings, a 2x2 icon will appear at the top-right corner
of Navigator, which supports three windows consisting of thirty-six split views
and one eMap view.
Alarm Acknowledgement
Alarm ACK can be activated for any monitor displaying alarm videos. Before
you can manage the camera, you must first click OK to deactivate the alarm.
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Retail and Distribution Business
Solutions
When connecting to a Point of Sale (POS) terminal ready, Navigator can
retrieve POS transaction data, which will be displayed on live video and video
playback. Navigator also provides smart transaction search for specific video
clips.
Retail POS Application
Navigator listens to the ASCII output of a POS system via an RS-232/COM
serial port. Check if your POS LCD or printer is compatible with ASCII or
printer output for ASCII data of your POS system. Consult your POS provider
for more details.
Navigator
Navigator
Please refer to the figure below to connect RS-232 RX/TX wires, a POS
register/terminal, and Navigator host.
Navigator
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the Navigator host.
POS Connection via TCP/IP for Retail Business
(Enterprise Only)
Navigator can connect to an RS-232 POS system through the network using
a CYT-100SC RS-232 to TCP/IP converter. The driver disk enclosed in the
box of CYT-100SC provides a RS-232 to TCP/IP conversion driver that
allows you to establish a virtual COM port on a Windows-based PC. The
virtual COM port can be adopted by Navigator to communicate with the POS
system.
Navigator
Test the Communication between a POS system and
Navigator
After the connection between the POS system and the Navigator host is
established, use HyperTerminal or other alternative applications to test and
verify whether the POS data can be captured by Navigator.
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Link POS to a Camera Channel
To link a POS system to a camera channel, click Properties
ePOS/OSD to open the POS Setting dialog box.
and choose
In POS Setting, please specify the following information to capture POS
transactions.
Once the above information is set correctly, Navigator will capture and
display POS transactions on live video.
Note: To demonstrate POS functions, press F3 to show simulated POS
transactions.
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POS Transaction Playback
Navigator supports video playback with associated onscreen transaction
data. When you choose a POS transaction entry of any time, the video clip of
that transaction will be played from that time.
Note: To demonstrate POS functions, press F3 to show POS transactions.
Search POS Transactions
To search a particular transaction entry such as amount of product, product
name, subtotal, or total, you can enter search keywords in the Condition
search box. Transactions containing the keyword will be displayed on the
screen. You can click any of the search items to playback the videos.
Scanner Connection for Logistic Business
Barcode scanners are widely used in logistic business. When connected to a
PC via a PS/2 connector, this device works as an input tool that reads
numbers of 0–9 and sends the information to Navigator.
To use a barcode scanner in the transaction process, connect the scanner to
the PS/2 port on you PC and choose Barcode Scanner in POS Setting.
Information read by the scanner will be sent to this camera. Only one
barcode scanner can be connected to one PC.
To search for data corresponding to the barcode scanner, refer to POS
Transaction Playback and Search POS Transactions for more details.
Mobile Device Support
To satisfy your need for mobile surveillance, LILIN provides a
mobile version of Navigator that supports iOS and Android
devices. You can download LILINViewer in App Store or
Google Play for your iPhone, iPad, and other Android devices.
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Navigator Software Streaming Client &
Server
Navigator’s built-in software server allows for video streaming to Navigator
clients. Live streaming to clients may reduce CPU load of the IP camera.
Navigator Live Streaming
Navigator Client
Navigator Server
Navigator Streaming Server
To enable the streaming function on
Navigator, you may either check Streaming
Server in the Network tab in System
Settings
and specify the port number
therein, or go to Start→All Programs→
LILIN Navigator→Streaming Server.
Note: Do not turn off Streaming Server if
you want to perform live streaming.
Navigator Software Streaming Client
To connect to a Navigator live streaming server as client, click Properties
and select Navigator Live Streaming from the drop-down list in Device
Type. Then, enter the IP address and port number of the Navigator
streaming server.
Due to bandwidth management, SD streaming and HD streaming can be
selected. If the bandwidth is very low such as the Internet, Low Bitrate mode
is recommended to be selected.
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Automatic Number Plate Recognition
(ANPR) (Enterprise Only)
Navigator is ANPR-ready when a USB dongle is plugged in. Supported
ANPR features include white list, black list, and exclusion list. For more
details, refer to LILIN’s ANPR manual.
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Failover (Enterprise Only)
Navigator is failover ready. If one or more cameras lose network connection
or need to be switched off for maintenance, the camera with failover enabled
can record videos for these cameras.
Enable Failover Monitoring Service
To enable failover on your workstation, please click System Settings and
go to the Failover tab. Select Failover server mode if you want your
workstation to operate as a failover server; select Failover client mode if
you want your workstation to operate as a client. For failover server, choose
one of the clients from the list, and specify the host IP address, port number,
username, and password to enable the monitoring service. The default port
for Navigator is 8080. To enable failure alarm, please select Auto Alarm
Loop.
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For failover client, enable Failover in Properties of the camera you want to
use as the failover client.
Once all the server-end and client-ends are properly configured, click Inquiry
to see all the monitored cameras on the failover server.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience video flickering when using Navigator, you may follow the
instruction to solve the problem.
1) For Windows 7, go to Control Panel→System and Security→System.
2)
Click Advanced system settings, and click Settings in the popup window.
3) Choose Adjust for best performance and check if the flickering is solved.
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APPENDIX
Minimum System Requirement
OS:
Windows 7 or higher
CPU:
Intel Core Duo processor 2.0GHz or above
RAM:
4 GB DRAM or above
HDD:
Minimum 250 GB
Network: Gigabit network
Username and password
Default username and password for various devices are listed as in the table:
Device
Admin
Oper
admin
Admin
pass.
pass
IP Cameras
Guest
None
Oper
pass.
None
guest
Guest
pass.
guest
DVR/NVR
admin
1111
None
None
guest
2222
Navigator
admin
EMPTY
operator EMPTY
guest
EMPTY
Benchmark Environment:
Gigabit network card & Gigabit hub * 1
Hardware Accessories Support List
Graphics Card Supporting 6 Monitors
Nvidia 1050Ti
USB to RS-232/RS-485 for LILIN PIH-931D Keyboard or RS-232 POS
Merit LILIN PMH-RS485/USB
RS-232 to TCP/IP for RS-232 Access Control, PIH-931D Keyboard, and
RS-232 POS
CYT-100SC RS485/RS232 to TCP/IP Converter
Ethernet Digital Remote I/O
ioLogik E1210, E1211, E1212, E1214
Ethernet Cash Register
APG-480/APG-490
Video Decoder
LILIN VD0
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Specifications
Navigator 2.0 Corporate
Name
Navigator Corporate
OS
64-bit
Recording
Recording
Schedule / Motion detection / Manual recording
Live
Up to 108 channels
Speed
Up to 400Mbps upload and download
Resolution
Up to 4K 30FPS and 2MP at 120FPS
Schedule
7/24 time table, recording mode configurable
Alarm
recording
Face detection, audio detection, tampering,
motion, DI alarm detection
ONVIF
Licensing
NAS
Yes
RAID failure
notification
LSI driver integrated
Playback
Time search, event search, date search, POS
SmartSearch and motion SmartSearch
Speed
FR: 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X / FF:
1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X
Compression H.264 / MJPEG
Playback
Search
Date, time, event, POS SmartSearch, motion
SmartSearch, plate search (optional), Face
Search (optional)
Tagging
Video tagging for overwritten protection
Multiple
channel
playback
Up to 36 channels & group playback
Remote
playback
Remote multiple channel playback for SD card,
NVR/DVR, and Navigator
Video Input Video Input
LILIN IP camera, LILIN IP speed dome, LIIN
DVR/NVR, Navigator Software live server
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Camera name 20 characters
Channel
editing
Mouse drag-n-drop
Digital zoom
Yes, ePTZ supported for live and playback
Low bandwidth
JPEG snapshot input and record
mode
Multiplexer
Sequence
Split screen
4, 9. 16, 25, 36
2 x 2 video wallYes
Network TV
wall
Up to 1000 rooms, 144 monitors per room, 1000
channel groups per room, 144 channels per
group
Video decoder LILIN VD022 for video wall
Corridor mode Yes
Alarm
Monitor
outputs
Up to 8 monitors
Alarm
management
PC sound, redirect IP camera DO, eMail
snapshots, redirect a PTZ preset recall
Event
Various alarm log, video loss, stop recording,
schedule, logon, operation log
Digital output
Third party TCP/IP digital output supported.
Alarm
scheduling
Up to four alarm tables with AND logic
Central
management
Watching alarms from multiple stations
P/T/Z protocol ONVIF PTZ Supported
Audio
PCM/G.711, two-way audio, audio recording
Accessories POS/barcode Third party TCP/IP RS-232 supported
Scan/ATM
Keyboard
PIH-931D keyboard controllable via RS-485 for
PTZ, ePTZ, and ROI features
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Number plate
Optional
recognition
eMap
DB Manager
Remote
Access
Backup
eMap live
monitoring
Four channels for IP camera/multi-channel for
NVR/DVR
PTZ control
Yes
Alarm
Digital output controllable, snapshots, and alarm
popup
Central
management
Watching cameras from multiple stations
Online Maps
Google Map and Baidu Map, GPS devices
supported
Database
Database configuration database import &
export, CVS file, report, and maintenance
Event search
filter
Yes
Central
management
Event logs from multiple stations
Remote NAV Multiple channels of HD, SD, and low bitrate
Live video
modes supported
Remote
DVR/NVR
video
Multiple channels of DVR/NVR supported
NAV/DVR/NVR
DVR remote backup, AVI conversion and JPEG
snapshots
Remote
backup
Multiple channels remote backup supported
Failure over
Up to 108 channels for 4 Navigators
Archiving
Yes
Access log
Complete access log in database manager
User
Management management
Recording
calculator
User authentication: three level: admin,
operator, and guest, features configurable
Yes, dynamically calculating available recording
days
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Yes
Web interface Live web interface
Mobile support iPhone and Android
Network
Other
Protocols
ARP / TCP/IP / RTSP / ONVIF / HTTP / SMTP /
DNS / PPPoE
Max of client
connects
Up to 300
IPScan
Supported, easy-to-setup for IP address
DST
Daylight saving time by Windows OS
Time sync
IP camera and NVR
OS
Windows 7/8/10 64 bits
Language
English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian,
Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Simplified
Chinese, Czech, Slovene, German, Turkey,
Hungarian, and Arabic
CPU
requirement
Intel E5 or i7 recommended
RAM
requirement
8GB memory
Navigator 2.0 Enterprise
Name
Navigator Enterprise
OS
64-bit
Recording
Recording
Schedule / Motion detection / Manual recording
Live
Up to 108 channels
Speed
Up to 400Mbps upload and download
Resolution
Up to 4K 30FPS and 2MP at 120FPS
Schedule
7/24 time table, recording mode configurable
Alarm
Face detection, audio detection, tampering,
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recording
motion, DI alarm detection
ONVIF
Licensing
NAS
Yes
RAID failure
notification
LSI driver integrated
Playback
Time search, event search, date search, POS
SmartSearch, and motion SmartSearch
Speed
FR: 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X / FF:
1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X
Compression H.264 / MJPEG
Playback
Search
Date, time, event, POS SmartSearch, motion
SmartSearch, plate search (optional) and Face
search(optional)
Tagging
Video tagging for overwritten protection
Multiple
channel
playback
Up to 36 channels & grouping playback
Remote
playback
Remote multiple channel playback for SD card,
NVR/DVR, and Navigator
Video Input
LILIN IP camera, LILIN IP speed dome, LIIN
DVR/NVR, Navigator Software live server
Camera name 20 characters
Channel
editing
Mouse drag-n-drop
Digital zoom
Yes, ePTZ supported for live and playback
Video Input Low bandwidth JPEG snapshot input and record
mode
Multiplexer
Sequence
Split screen
4, 9. 16, 25, 36
2 x 2 video wallYes
Video decoder LILIN VD022 for video wall
Corridor mode Yes
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Monitor
outputs
Up to 8 monitors
Alarm
management
PC sound, redirect IP camera DO, eMail
snapshots, redirect a PTZ preset recall
Event
Various alarm log, video loss, stop recording,
schedule, logon, operation log
Digital output
Third party TCP/IP digital output supported.
Alarm
scheduling
Up to four alarm tables with AND logic
P/T/Z protocol ONVIF PTZ Supported
Audio
Accessories
PCM/G.711, two-way audio, audio recording
POS/barcode
Third party TCP/IP RS-232 supported
Scan/ATM
Keyboard
PIH-931D keyboard controllable via RS-485 for
PTZ, ePTZ, and ROI features
Number plate
Optional
recognition
eMap
DB Manager
Remote
Access
Backup
eMap live
monitoring
Four channel for IP camera/multi-channel for
NVR/DVR
PTZ control
Yes
Alarm
Digital output controllable, snapshots, and alarm
popup
Database
Database configuration database import &
export, CVS file, report, and maintenance
Event search
filter
Yes
Remote NAV Multiple channels of HD, SD, and low bitrate
Live video
modes supported
Remote
DVR/NVR
video
Multiple channels of DVR/NVR supported
NAV/DVR/NVR
DVR remote backup, AVI conversion and JPEG
snapshots
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Remote
backup
Multiple channels remote backup supported
Failure over
Up to 108 channels for 4 Navigators
Archiving
Yes
Access log
Complete access log in database manager
User
management
User authentication: three level: admin,
operator, and guest, features configurable
Management Recording
calculator
Navigator
Client
Yes, dynamically calculating available recording
days
Yes
Web interface Live web interface
Mobile support iOS and Android
Network
Other
Protocols
ARP / TCP/IP / RTSP / ONVIF / HTTP / SMTP /
DNS / PPPoE
Max of client
connects
Up to 300
IPScan
Supported, easy-to-setup for IP address
DST
Daylight saving time by Windows OS
Time sync
IP camera and NVR
OS
Windows 7/8/10 64 bits
Language
English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian,
Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Simplified
Chinese, Czech, Slovene, German, Turkey,
Hungarian, and Arabic
CPU
requirement
Intel E5 or i7recommanded
RAM
requirement
8GB memory
Navigator 2.0 Lite
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Name
Navigator Lite
OS
64-bit
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Recording
Schedule / Motion detection / Manual recording
Live
Up to 36 channels after registration
Speed
Up to 400Mbps upload and download
Resolution
Up to 5MP 12 FPS, 2MP at 30 FPS
Schedule
7/24 time table, recording mode configurable
Alarm
recording
Face detection, audio detection, tampering,
motion, DI alarm detection
ONVIF
None
NAS
None
RAID failure
notification
None
Playback
Time search, event search, date search, POS
SmartSearch, and motion SmartSearch
Speed
FR: 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X / FF:
1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X
Compression H.264 / MJPEG
Playback
Video Input
Search
Date, time, event, POS SmartSearch, motion
SmartSearch, plate search (optional) and Face
search(optional)
Tagging
None
Multiple
channel
playback
Up to 36 channels & grouping playback
Remote
playback
Remote multiple channel playback for SD card,
NVR/DVR, and Navigator
Video Input
LILIN IP camera, LILIN IP speed dome, LIIN
DVR/NVR, Navigator Software
live server
Camera name 20 characters
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Channel
editing
Mouse drag-n-drop
Digital zoom
Yes, ePTZ supported for live and playback
Low bandwidth
JPEG snapshot input and record
mode
Multiplexer
Sequence
Split screen
4, 9, 16, 36
2 x 2 video wallNone
Video decoder None
Corridor mode Yes
Alarm
Monitor
outputs
Up to 2 monitors
Alarm
management
PC sound, redirect IP camera DO, eMail
snapshots, redirect a PTZ preset recall
Event
Various alarm log, video loss, stop recording,
schedule, logon, operation log
Digital output
Controllable via LILIN IP camera DO
Alarm
scheduling
Up to one alarm table
P/T/Z protocol LILIN PTZ controllable via HTTP
Audio
Accessories
PCM/G.711, two-way audio, audio recording
POS/barcode
RS-232/PS/2
Scan/ATM
Keyboard
PIH-931D keyboard controllable via RS-485 for
PTZ, ePTZ, and ROI features
Number plate
None
recognition
eMap
eMap live
monitoring
Four channels for IP camera/multi-channel for
NVR/DVR
PTZ control
Yes
Alarm
Digital output controllable, snapshots, and alarm
popup
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Remote
Access
Backup
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Database
Database configuration database import &
export, CVS file, report, and maintenance
Event search
filter
Yes
Remote NAV Multiple channels of HD, SD, and low bitrate
Live video
modes supported
Remote
DVR/NVR
video
Multiple channels of DVR/NVR supported
NAV/DVR/NVR
DVR remote backup, AVI conversion and JPEG
snapshots
Remote
backup
Multiple channels remote backup supported
Failure over
None
Archiving
None
Access log
Complete access log in database manager
User
management
User authentication: three level: admin,
operator, and guest, features configurable
Management Recording
calculator
Navigator
Client
Yes, dynamically calculating available recording
days
Yes
Web interface Live web interface
Mobile support iOS and Android
Network
Other
Protocols
ARP / TCP/IP / RTSP / ONVIF / HTTP / SMTP /
DNS / PPPoE
Max of client
connects
Up to 100
IPScan
Supported, easy-to-setup for IP address
DST
Daylight saving time by Windows OS
Time sync
IP camera and NVR
OS
Windows 7/8/10 64 bits
LILIN Navigator User Manual
Page64
Language
English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian,
Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Simplified
Chinese, Czech, Slovene, German, Turkey,
Hungarian, and Arabic,
CPU
requirement
Minimum Intel i3 or above
RAM
requirement
4GB memory
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