VD022 Manual
HD IP VIDEO DECODER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Introduction
This model is a standalone 4-channel HD IP decoder that can display live video and remotely playback video
from multiple NVR’s and DVR’s. This model can decode live video or recorded video clips of
DVR’s/NVR’s via the TCP/IP network to form part of a video wall.
The virtual matrix feature stores the IP addresses of the cameras and video decoders in a database, making
access and identification quick and easy. IP addresses can be automatically imported via the IP scan utility.
HD IP Video Decoder has an IP scan facility, (WS Discovery) which locates all the cameras on the network
and imports a preview thumbnail of each channel. This automated installation wizard speeds up
commissioning.
HD IP Video Decoder can be controlled via multiple methods including; IR remote control, keyboard with
PTZ joystick, touch screen monitor, or USB mouse. When connected to a touch screen monitor, Smartphone
style features like ‘pinch and zoom’ can be used to navigate the system.
HD IP Video Decoder provides various export methods including USB flash disk and HTTP download
playable via Backup Manager. Extensive support for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry and Android allows for
remote viewing of the connected cameras at high frame rates. Browser based remote live monitoring and
video playback features are also supported.
Features
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Standalone HD IP Video Decoder
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No PC required
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Touch screen supported
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Full HD 1920*1080P HD output
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Remote playback for 16-channel/9-channel/4-channel DVR/NVR
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Remote control and keyboard supported
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HTTP browser based viewing including HD IP Video Decoder configuration, PTZ control,
playback, and live monitoring
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IP scan utility
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Extensive support for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry and Android devices
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CMX 3.6 software supported
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Caution
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Do not drop or strike the equipment
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Do not install the equipment near naked flames or heat sources
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Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, smoke or dusty environments
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Do not cover the opening of the cabinet with cloth or plastic or install this unit in a ventilated
place. Allow 10cm between this unit and its surroundings
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Do not continue to operate the unit under abnormal conditions such as detection of smoke, strange
smell or no display on screen whilst power is turned on
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Do not touch the power connection with wet hands
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Do not damage the power cord or leave it under pressure
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To avoid unnecessary magnetic interference, do not operate this unit near magnets, speaker
systems, etc.
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All connection cables must be grounded properly
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED
BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Contents page
User Guide ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 1: Basic Operation .................................................................................................................................. 5
1.1 HD IP Video Decoder rear panel ........................................................................................................ 5
1.2 Remote control .................................................................................................................................... 6
1.3 Keyboard ............................................................................................................................................. 7
1.5 Mouse operations ................................................................................................................................ 8
1.6 Menu symbols ..................................................................................................................................... 9
Chapter 2: Camera selection .............................................................................................................................. 10
Chapter 3: Digital zoom ..................................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 4: Freeze................................................................................................................................................ 11
Chapter 5: PTZ ................................................................................................................................................... 12
Chapter 6: Audio ................................................................................................................................................ 13
Chapter 7: Playback............................................................................................................................................ 13
7.1 Accessing playback ........................................................................................................................... 13
7.2 Select time and date for playback ..................................................................................................... 14
7.3 Playback controls .............................................................................................................................. 15
Chapter 8: Alarm Management .......................................................................................................................... 16
Chapter 9: Backup / Export ................................................................................................................................ 17
Chapter 10: Event ............................................................................................................................................... 18
Chapter 11: Basic web-based browser viewing ................................................................................................. 19
Chapter 12: Backup Manager ............................................................................................................................. 19
12.1 Playback exported files ................................................................................................................... 20
12.2 FTP Download ................................................................................................................................ 20
12.3 Convert already downloaded files .................................................................................................. 21
Quick Installation Guide ................................................................................................................................. 22
Chapter 1: Rear Panel ......................................................................................................................................... 22
1.1 HD IP Video Decoder rear view ....................................................................................................... 22
Chapter 2: Time and Date Settings .................................................................................................................... 22
Chapter 3: Network Settings .............................................................................................................................. 23
Chapter 4: Adding Cameras ............................................................................................................................... 24
Menu configuration .......................................................................................................................................... 25
Chapter 1: Setup Menu ....................................................................................................................................... 25
1.1 Camera setup ..................................................................................................................................... 25
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1.2 Monitor setup .................................................................................................................................... 28
1.3 Streaming setup ................................................................................................................................. 29
1.4 Alarm setup ....................................................................................................................................... 30
1.6 System setup ...................................................................................................................................... 35
1.7 PTZ setup .......................................................................................................................................... 38
1.8 Virtual matrix .................................................................................................................................... 40
1.9 DVR/NVR playback by time search ................................................................................................. 44
Chapter 2: Web-based Viewing/Setup ............................................................................................................... 45
2.1 Before using Internet browser ........................................................................................................... 45
2.2 Logon................................................................................................................................................. 46
2.3 Configuring the HD IP Video Decoder via web page ...................................................................... 47
Chapter 3: Keyboard Operations ........................................................................................................................ 51
3-1 Keyboard connections of DVR/NVR .............................................................................................. 51
3-2 Live video of DVR/NVR via HD IP Video Decoder ...................................................................... 51
3-3 DVR/NVR Playback ........................................................................................................................ 52
3-4 Live video of IP camera feature via HD IP Video Decoder............................................................ 53
3-5 Control PTZ ..................................................................................................................................... 53
Appendix A Keyboard connection .................................................................................................................... 54
Appendix B ......................................................................................................................................................... 55
1. RS-485 Input and Output Pin Assignment ......................................................................................... 55
2. Alarm I/Os ........................................................................................................................................... 55
Appendix C Supported USB Flash Disk ........................................................................................................... 56
Appendix D Touch Screen Monitor Support List ............................................................................................. 56
Appendix E ......................................................................................................................................................... 56
Specification ....................................................................................................................................................... 59
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User Guide
Chapter 1: Basic Operation
1.1 HD IP Video Decoder rear panel
Note: Do not connect any devices to ‘Keyboard In’ other than the keyboard as the connection contains 12VDC and
may damage other devices.
HD IP Video Decoder LED Panel
The status of each LED is described in the table below:
LED
RESET
POWER
ACT
LINK
Description
Manufacturing default button
Constant on
Network ACT LED
Network LINK LED
Colour
Green
Green (flashing)
Orange
Extra IR
To use IR remote control, first connect the IR receiver to the HD IP Video Decoder
RESET
Hardware Factory Default
Use hardware to restore factory default settings, follow these steps:
1. Hold Load Default Button for 10 seconds, then release.
2. Green and Yellow Network LED blinks, On->Off->ON.
3. HD IP Video Decoder has completed the factory default settings, and then reboot.
Note: Hardware Factory reset does affect IP address, video system, and language settings.
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1.2 Remote control
The remote control is a small wireless handheld device with an array of buttons for adjusting settings. The
buttons are separated in regions based on their features including operational keys, Pan, Tilt, and Zoom (PTZ)
and numerical keys.
Video decoder remote control operational keys
MENU
Setup menu
ESC
Escape/exit/stop
SHIFT
ZOOM
REC
FREEZE
Split and full screen switch
Digital video zooming
Record/stop recording
Live video freeze
Pause
Playback
Stop
Fast forward
Rewind
Next single channel
Previous single channel
4 split display
8 split display
9 split display
13 split display
16 split display
AUDIO
Audio/mute
BACKUP
Video backup
Video Decoder
Addressable video decoder control
LANGUAGE
Language selection
BACKSPACE
Delete character
Auto Pan
Perform auto pan feature
Move up/tilt up
Zoom in
Zoom out
Preset
Zoom in
Zoom out
Call preset
Move down/tilt down
Move left/pan left
Move right/pan right
0 to 9
Numerical keys
Enter/set
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1.3 Keyboard
Keyboard controls
1.
LCD display – display the keyboard system setup menu and operation information
2.
Joystick – 3 axis (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) / 2 axis (Pan/Tilt)
3.
Keypad panel – there are 54 keys which can control PTZ, matrix, DVR and telemetry receivers
4.
Power indicator
5.
Alarm indicator
6.
R/T indicator – data communication indication
7.
Auto pan indicator
8.
Shift indicator – shift key status indication
9.
Auto focus indicator
10. Auto iris indicator
11. RJ-45 connector
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1.
Set – enter setup menu mode
13. ENT – enter or confirm data programming
2.
ESC – exit
14. Wiper/lens
3.
Alarm reset – reset alarms and video loss
15. Spray
alarms
16. Light/C.ESC
Keyboard lock – press for 2 seconds to
17. CTRL 1 / C.SET
enter locking mode, press again to unlock
18. CTRL 2 / 180
the keyboard
19. Search
5.
Cam – select a particular camera
20. Shift
6.
DVR – select a DVR
21. Auto pan
7.
Mon – select a monitor
22. SEQ
8.
Matrix – press shift + matrix to switch to
23. Zoom in / zoom out
matrix control mode
24. Focus far / focus near
Present – recall and store preset options
25. Auto focus
4.
9.
10. Function keys
26. Iris open / iris close
11. Numerical keys – 0-9 for entering monitor,
27. Auto iris
DVR, camera number
28. DVR control keys
12. CLR – clear to setting data
1.4 Touch screen
Pinch Zoom Out
Swipe
Pinch and zoom:
Pinch the area on the touch screen where you want to zoom. To zoom in move your fingers outwards, and
to zoom out move your fingers inwards
Scroll screen: Swipe the screen left and right to navigate through the menus
Single tap: Tap icons to select
Double tap: Double tap in camera view to return to previous menu
1.5 Mouse operations
The HD IP Video Decoder has a USB mouse interface
General mouse operations can be used to navigate the device
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Left mouse click
Right mouse click
Mouse scroll
Note: The HD IP Video Decoder Touch can be controlled via multiple methods; a) keyboard, b) IR remote control, c)
touch screen monitor or d) USB mouse. For the purpose of this manual, USB mouse and touch screen will be referred
to as one operation where applicable, “Touch screen monitor/mouse” hereinafter. For specific operations, “Touch
screen” or “Mouse” will be referred to separately.
1.6 Menu symbols
Home short cut keys:
Main menu keys:
Menu
PTZ
Pause
Screen view
Alarm
Shut down
Matrix mode
Alarm manager
Additional menu keys:
– Return to previous screen
Live display
Configuration menu
– Return to live mode
Event
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Chapter 2: Camera selection
a. Via remote control
To select multiple screen views press
To select a single full screen view, enter the numerical value of the camera, e.g. for camera 3, press ‘03’.
b. Via keyboard
To select multiple screen views, press
To select a single full screen view, enter the numerical value followed by the cam button,
e.g.
+
c. Via touch screen monitor / mouse
To select multiple screen views, press
Chose your required view by selecting
or
or
or
or
or
Select
To revert back to multi screen view, click anywhere on the image screen
Note: When the camera title is yellow, you have control over that camera.
Chapter 3: Digital zoom
The HD IP Video Decoder provides 64x digital zoom for live monitoring and video playback modes. To
digitally zoom, follow the steps below:
a. Via remote control
Select desired channel
To zoom in and out, press ‘zoom’ button to activate
Use directional keys to move around the screen
To return to live view, press
depending on required view
b. Via keyboard
Select desired channel
To zoom in and out, press Enter button to activate
Use joystick (left, right, up and down) to pan and tilt around the image
Twist the joystick to zoom around the image
To return to live view, press
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c. Via touch screen monitor
Select desired channel
To zoom in and out, use pinch and zoom technique
Swipe touch screen monitor to move around the screen
To return to live view, tap once anywhere on the image
d. Via mouse
Select desired channel
To zoom in and out use mouse wheel
To move around the screen press right or left mouse button, drag and release
To return to live view click once anywhere on the image
Chapter 4: Freeze
The HD IP Video Decoder can freeze screen images in live and playback modes. Whilst frozen the HD IP
Video Decoder is still recording.
a. Via remote control
Press ‘pause’ on the remote control
Once paused, the pause icon at the top left hand side of the screen will be highlighted in blue
To return to live mode press ‘pause’ again
b. Via keyboard
Press the pause button on the keyboard
Once paused, the pause icon at the top left hand side of the screen will be highlighted in blue
To return to live mode press pause again
c. Via touch screen monitor / mouse
Press the pause icon at the top left hand side of the screen
Once paused, the pause icon will be highlighted in blue
To return to live mode, press pause icon again
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Chapter 5: PTZ
If the camera is a Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) camera, you can control it via the following methods:
a. Via remote control
Select required channel
to pan and tilt around the image
Use direction arrows
Use
and
keys to zoom around the image
To send a dome to a preset position, press ‘preset’, followed by the number required. For example, for
preset 3, press ‘preset’ followed by ‘003’.
Press ‘auto’ to start auto pan tour
To deactivate the tour, press ‘auto’ again
b. Via keyboard
Select required channel
Use joystick (left, right, up and down) to pan and tilt around the image
Twist the joystick to zoom around the image
To send dome to a preset position, press numerical key followed by ‘preset’ For example, ‘5’ followed by
‘preset’.
Press ‘auto pan’ to start auto pan tour
To deactivate the tour, press ‘auto pan’ again
c. Via touch screen monitor/ mouse
Select required channel
Select menu button, press PTZ icon
Use the below controls to navigate the PTZ. The red joystick can be dragged to navigate the image
Press ‘ESC’ to return to menu
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Chapter 6: Audio
a. Via remote control
To enable audio, select the required channel
Press ‘audio’ on the remote control to enable live audio
Press ‘audio’ on remote control again to disable live audio
For all other methods, mute volume to disable audio
Note: LILIN's DVR 3 & 5 series, NVR Touch series, and IP cameras 2MP and 3MP with audio models are supported.
DVR/NVR playback is also supported.
Chapter 7: Playback
7.1 Accessing playback
a. Via remote control
To access playback press stop
In the virtual matrix menu use
Select play
to enter the virtual matrix menu
arrows to select the DVR/NVR from the table
to begin playback
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b. Via keyboard
To access virtual matrix press stop
In the virtual matrix menu use the joystic to select the DVR/NVR from the table
To access playback press ‘play’
c. Via touch screen monitor / mouse
To access virtual matrix press the virtual matrix icon
In the virtual matrix menu select the DVR/NVR from the table and press
7.2 Select time and date for playback
a. Via remote control
Use
to navigate time frame (minute, hour, month, year)
Use
to select date and time
To start playback, press ‘enter’
b. Via keyboard
Use joystick directions up and down to navigate time frame (minute, hour, month, year)
To start playback press enter
c. Via touch screen monitor
Navigate time frame by pressing the desired period, select time using the up and down buttons
d. Via mouse
Navigate time frame via pressing desired period
or
Use mouse to enter time and date in time search bar using the scroll wheel or up and down arrows on
screen
To start playback, press OK icon
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7.3 Playback controls
Step rewind
USB backup
Rewind
Audio
Play
Full screen view
Fast forward
Quad view
Step fast forward
8-screen view
Pause
9-screen view
Stop
13-screen view
16-screen view
a. Via remote control
Use remote keypad to play, stop or pause
Use
to rewind
Use
to fast forward. Press once for 2x and subsequent press to increase speed
For step rewind/ forward, press pause then use your controller keys
to move frames
To select individual cameras use
For grid screen view, follow camera selection process
To turn audio on or off, press the ‘audio’ key
To activate WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) backup, press ‘backup’
The USB icon will light to show backup has commenced
To stop recording, press ‘backup’ again
To exit playback, press stop or escape
b. Via keyboard
Use keyboard keys to play, stop, or pause
to rewind. Use
to fast forward
Use
Press once for 2x and subsequent press to increase speed
For step rewind/ step fast-forward press ‘pause’ then use your controller keys
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c. Via touch screen monitor / mouse
Use on screen keys to play, stop or pause
to rewind. Use
to fast forward
Use
Press once for 2x and subsequent press to increase speed
For step rewind/step fast-forward, use keys
to move frames
To exit playback press stop or escape
To activate WYSIWYG backup, insert USB and press ‘backup’. The USB icon will light to show backup
has commenced. To stop recording, press ‘backup’ again.
Note: For all methods, with WYSIWYG backup, all channels will be exported regardless of on screen camera
selection. Once backup has been activated, playback will slow down. If fast-forward is selected, when playing back the
file, the speed will be normal however the frame rate will be reduced.
Chapter 8: Alarm Management
Alarm events:
Motion – created by movement
Sensor – created by hardwired normally open / normally closed alarm input at the back of the unit
Note: See installation guide for information on how to set up alarms.
a. Via remote control
To select alarm indicator press ‘menu’ and use left and right direction keys until correct icon is reached
Press ‘enter’ to select
To scroll through alarm events use up and down direction keys
Choose alarm event and press enter
Use up and down direction keys to select recorded event
Use right and left direction keys to select action
b. Via keyboard
To select alarm indicator, press ‘search’
To scroll through alarm events use up and down direction on joystick
Choose alarm event and press ‘enter’
Use up and down direction on joystick to select recorded event
Use right and left direction on joystick to select action
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c. Via touch screen monitor
To select alarm indicator touch alarm key
at the top left hand side of the screen
Use touch screen interface to select alarm events
Use up and down scroll bar to select recorded event
Press USB, email, playback to select action
Chapter 9: Backup / Export
In playback mode, press
to save recording to USB flash disk.
MULTI-CHANNEL file format will be exported into the USB flash disk.
a. Via remote control
Once the HD IP Video Decoder is in DVR/NVR playback mode, press REC
will export to the USB flash disk.
button. Recordings
b. Via keyboard
Once the HD IP Video Decoder is in DVR/NVR playback mode, press on REC
will export to the USB flash disk.
button. Recordings
c. Via touch screen monitor
Once the HD IP Video Decoder is DVR/NVR playback mode, press USB
export to the USB flash disk.
button. Recordings will
Note: For all methods, when selecting backup period ensure file size is less than your backup device capacity. Longer
periods may take more time to calculate.
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Chapter 10: Event
Within the event menu, there are 2 options:
System event – refers to the systems performance
Operating event – refers to designated areas selected by the user
a. Via remote control
To access event manager press ‘menu’ key
Use
to locate the event manager icon
Press ‘enter’ to select
b. Via keyboard
To access event manager press ‘set’
Use left and rights keys to locate the event manager icon
Press ‘enter’ to select
c. Via touch screen/mouse
To access event manager press the menu icon
Scroll through the menu to locate the event manager icon
Press ‘enter’ to select
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Chapter 11: Basic web-based browser viewing
Open Internet explorer and enter the HD IP Video Decoder’s IP address into the address bar
The log on screen will appear
Enter your details
The default username is ‘admin’, the default password is ‘1111’.
To bring up a full screen, double click on the required camera view
Double click to return to multi screen
Chapter 12: Backup Manager
Backup Manager is a program provided to playback-recorded files from the HD IP Video Decoder and H.264
DVRs
Note: For first time Backup Manager users, please follow the onscreen instructions.
Backup Manager allows you to complete the following actions:
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Playback exported files
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Complete an FTP download
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Convert already downloaded files
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12.1 Playback exported files
Open Backup Manager
To select files (USB disk) click file > open folder
Saved files will then appear
Highlight the desired time from the left hand tree
Press play and use the controls at the top to navigate through playback to change the screen view
12.2 FTP Download
Open Backup Manager
Click file > Add NDR
Insert the IP address of the HD IP Video Decoder
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Once the address has been added it will remain stored for future use
Highlight your HD IP Video Decoder from the left hand bar and click connect
A download panel will then appear. This means the Backup Manager programme is communicating with
your HD IP Video Decoder gathering all recorded data. Recorded data will appear on the left hand side.
You can access minute breakdowns from the tree.
Highlight your required file then click download from the controls at the top
Your files will begin to download
Downloaded files will show in the Backup Manager programme until deleted
12.3 Convert already downloaded files
Backup Manager allows you to convert multi-channel backups to single channel AVI files. To do this
follow the steps below:
Open Backup Manager
Click file > convert AVI file
Locate desired backup files
Choose the channels you wish to convert. More than 1 channel can be selected
Click OK to start the conversion
The file will now be saved in your desired location
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Quick Installation Guide
This guide has been designed to provide a basic overview of key installation processes. If you require more
detailed instructions, please refer to the full installation guide that follows this section
Chapter 1: Rear Panel
1.1 HD IP Video Decoder rear view
1. RJ-45 Keyboard In
2. HDMI Output
3. 12V DC Input
4. LAN / USB Mouse
Network RJ-45 connector and USB mouse.
5. Alarm I/Os
Alarm 2 input switches, 1 N/O alarm output,
and 1 N/C alarm output
6. Audio Output
RCA audio connector
7. USB 2.0 connector
USB flash disk
Connect power supply, monitor, network cable and control device
Note: For easy installation, it is recommended that you connect a touch screen monitor or USB mouse.
Chapter 2: Time and Date Settings
Note: See user guide for how to navigate the system, i.e. menu’s, camera selection etc.
Enter the setup menu
Select system from the left hand options
Select date/time
Adjust time and date
Select display format
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Chapter 3: Network Settings
Note: This guide will refer to a static IP address. For other options, see installation manual.
Enter the setup menu
Select network from the left hand options
Ensure static is displayed under IP mode
Enter your IP address and subnet mask range
Note: The installed IP cameras must be set to the same IP range as the HD IP Video Decoder.
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Chapter 4: Adding Cameras
Enter the setup menu
Select camera from the left hand options
Select WS discovery
The HD IP Video Decoder will now search the network for installed cameras
Select ‘Get Snap’ to make camera identification easier
Assign the relevant cameras to a channel by selecting channel number in right hand camera column
Exit menu setup and all installed cameras will be displayed
By default they are set to record on schedule 24 hours a day
Note: If the IP addresses of installed IP cameras have not yet been configured, they can be changed by highlighting
the channel and selecting ‘Set IP’.
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Menu configuration
Chapter 1: Setup Menu
The setup menu contains menu settings for cameras, monitors, recording, alarms, system, network, and PTZ.
The details of all the setup menu items are described in this chapter.
1.1 Camera setup
To setup an IP camera, use the following steps:
1.1-1 Camera select
Use the directional arrows to select camera you wish to edit/add
1.1-2 Camera name
A user can enter up to 16 characters for a camera name. To setup the camera name, type the characters
using the virtual keyboard and then press the Enter
Virtual keyboard:
1.1-3 Camera source
To setup a camera channel, you can select IP cam, demo video or no IP connection from this setting
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1.1-4 IP Camera address
Once the source is set to an IP camera, you can enter the IP address of the IP camera for that specific
channel. To manually set the IP address, press Enter to enable editing via the virtual keyboard. You can
also use WS-Discovery for automatic IP address setup.
1.1-5 IP Camera HTTP port
By default, the HD IP Video Decoder IP camera ‘HTTP’ port is set to 80. This can be changed if required.
1.1-6 Video RTSP port
By default, the HD IP Video Decoder IP camera ‘RTSP’ port is set to 554. This can be changed if required.
1.1-7 IP Camera setup
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Camera IP address: the IP address of the IP camera
•
Camera HTTP port: the HTTP port number of the IP address (default 80)
•
Video RTSP port: the RTSP port number of the IP address (default 554)
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Username: username of the IP camera (default: admin)
•
Password: password of the IP camera (default: pass)
1.1-8 WS-Discovery
Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery) is part of the ONVIF protocol for searching IP
cameras on a LAN.
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Use this utility to scan the LAN
After scanning, assign the relevant cameras to a channel by selecting the channel number in the right hand
camera column
‘Get Snap’ will take an image for each listed camera to make identification easier.
Set IP:
If the IP addresses of the installed IP cameras have not already been configured, they can be changed by
highlighting the channel and entering the new IP address
1.1-9 Camera Disable (Secured Recording Channel)
Channel enable feature can disable the live video of a camera
The channel can still perform video recording
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1.1-10 Video Setup
Contrast, brightness, saturation, sharpness, and load default can be configured individually for each
camera
1.2 Monitor setup
For setting up HDMI and backlight saving, follow these instructions
Note: Certified HDMI cable at 2M is highly recommended for connecting HD IP Video Decoder to a monitor.
1.2-1. Video advance
Video advance enables you to set the brightness, contrast, and saturation of a HDMI LCD monitor
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1.2-2. Backlight saving
Adjusting the backlight saving % reduces brightness of connected monitors, reducing power consumption
1.2-3 Monitor standby time
The monitor standby time can be adjusted
1.2-4 Default division
To select the default screen layout/display on power initialize
1.2-5 Default Display Mode
To select the default screen layout/display on Decoder, DVR/NVR, IP camera
1.2-6 Default Connection Device ID
To select the default connection device ID number from 1~255
1.3 Streaming setup
Streaming setup menu allows for streaming features such as streaming resolution, streaming quality, and
frame rate
1.3-1 Camera select
Use the directional arrows to select camera you wish to configure
1.3-2 Resolution
The HD IP Video Decoder can provide full HD or SD (D1) quality recording solutions
To change the recording resolution, use Left / Right arrows.
Warning: The IP network camera must support HD resolution video streaming for HD streaming.
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1.3-3 Streaming advance
The HD IP Video Decoder is limited to a maximum of 24 MBPS (4 Channel) network throughput. For
managing network bandwidth, use Streaming Advance.
Each camera can be set to the desired bit rate and frame rate. HD settings are for full screen streaming
whilst SD relates to multi view display and recording. The total bit rate is displayed in the top right. You
cannot exceed the maximum.
1.4 Alarm setup
The alarm setup menu allows the settings of external alarm switches, motion alarms, buzzers, and alarm
recording durations to be changed. To change these settings, enter the Alarm setup menu.
1.4-1 Camera select
Use the directional arrows to select the camera you wish to configure
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1.4-2 Alarm input type
The HD IP Video Decoder alarm inputs can be configured as normal open (N/O), normal close (N/C), or
IP camera where the alarm signal from an IP camera activates the alarm.
1.4-3 Motion enable
‘Motion Enable’ enables motion alarm recording, after the motion detection area (‘Motion Area Setup’)
has been set. Press Left or Right at Motion Enable to change the setting.
1.4-4 Motion sensitivity
There are eight levels of sensitivity adjustable for motion alarm triggering, ranging from ‘Highest’ to
‘Lowest’. Press Left or Right to change the sensitivity setting.
1.4-5 Motion area setup
There are a number of ways to set the motion detection area. The detailed setting sequence is described as
follows:
Keyboard
Remote controller
Mouse
Step 1
Enter Motion Area Set menu item.
Step 2
Press Up, Down, Left, or Right to move cursor
Step 3
Press Enter to define starting area
Step 4
Press Enter again to finish a motion detection zone
Mouse-drag for an area
Step 5
To clear motion zones press Menu button
Double-click for clear motion zones
Step 6
Press ESC for exit the setting menu
Move mouse to “X” icon and press Left-
Move mouse for starting position
mouse click to exit motion zone setting
Red indicates motion area
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1.4-6 Alarm time
Set the period of time 1-100 seconds. The alarm output relay is triggered upon an alarm event
1.4-7 SMTP setup
HD IP Video Decoder is capable of sending JPEG snapshots to an email account when an alarm event is
triggered. To enable this feature, you must type in the email account information.
1.4-8 FTP setup
HD IP Video Decoder is capable of alarm snapshot to an FTP server. To enable this feature, you must type
in the relevant FTP account information.
1.5 Network setup
In order to connect HD IP Video Decoder to LAN or the Internet you require the following information.
Subnet mask, gateway and IP address. Consult your system administrator for above information.
It is highly recommended that the HD IP Video Decoder is accessed on a high bandwidth network such as
Gigabit LAN.
1.5-1 IP mode
Set the HD IP Video Decoder to Static, DHCP, and PPPoE IP modes. It is highly recommended that the
HD IP Video Decoder is accessed on a high bandwidth network such as Gigabit LAN’s.
1.5-2 IP address
Enter the IP address for the HD IP Video Decoder using the virtual keyboard
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1.5-3 Subnet mask
Enter the Subnet Mask for the network using the virtual keyboard
1.5-4 Gateway
Enter the Gateway address for the network using the virtual keyboard
1.5-5 Default DNS
Enter the Default DNS address for the network using the virtual keyboard
1.5-6 Secondary DNS
Enter the Secondary DNS address for the network using the virtual keyboard
1.5-7/8 HTTP Port Number and Video Port Number
For Internet connection, port number IP mapping technologies can be used for a single IP address shared
by multiple devices, via a network router. Consult your network administrator for advanced network
support. HTTP Port number is the web service port number of the HD IP Video Decoder
Note: Default Internet port numbers for the IP HD Video Decoder are:
Port 80 (HTML web page)
Port 3100 (video port)
1.5-9 FTP Port Number
HD IP Video Decoder has a built-in FTP server. The FTP service is also used by Backup Manager.exe.
Backup Manager can manage all the HD IP Video Decoder playback clips via a network.
1.5-10 MAC
Display the MAC address of the HD IP Video Decoder
1.5-11 PPPoE IP
Enter IP address
1.5-12 DDNS
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If your HD IP Video Decoder has Internet access it will automatically try and register at
www.ddnsipcam.com. It will automatically use the last 6 digits of the HD IP Video Decoder MAC
address as the host name.
For access enter http://10685D (last 6 digits of MAC) ddnsipcam.com into your browser
Login to the HD IP Video Decoder with your default user name and password
1.5-13 PPPoE
To use ADSL modem, enter the “username” and “password” provided by the Internet Service Provider
(ISP) for the Internet connection service.
1.5-14 Network advance
The HD IP Video Decoder can have up to 3 network ranges to see cameras across multiple subnet ranges
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1.6 System setup
To set up the system settings, use the following instructions:
1.6-1 Date/Time
Press enter to set Date/Time on the HD IP Video Decoder. The display format can also be set here. If a
Keyboard is connected time Sync can be set, the HD IP Video Decoder will then sync its time from the
keyboard every 15 minutes. Or a NTP (network time protocol) server can be selected.
1.6-2 Password/Access
The HD IP Video Decoder can be configured for up to 15 users with different access rights
Scroll to select between:
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Admin (default password 1111)
Operator (default password 2222)
Guest (default password 3333)
Users 1 to 12
Once a user is selected you can edit passwords, enable password protection and set up the following user
rights:
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Allow Setup
•
Allow Shutdown
•
Allow Playback
•
Allow Alarm
•
Allow PTZ
•
Allow Shortcut
•
Allow Backup
•
Allow Network Setup
•
Allow Division
•
Allow Network Playback
Note: In the event of a forgotten password, please contact your sales representative.
1.6-3 Factory reset
A user may want to restore factory default settings. A confirm message will show for final verification.
To perform this task, select Factory Reset at System > Factory Reset and press Enter.
Note: Factory reset does not affect IP address, video system, and language settings.
1.6-4 Remote device ID for remote control
Each HD IP Video Decoder can be assigned a unique ID to be accessed by the remote controller. With a
unique ID set, the remote controller issues commands to a particular HD IP Video Decoder device. All
other HD IP Video Decoder’s are in sleep mode
1.6-5 Firmware update
Firmware update allows you to upgrade the HD IP Video Decoder firmware to improve system
performance. To perform firmware update, press Enter on Setup > System > Firmware Update. There are
two ways to perform firmware update via (1) via USB flash disk at the HD IP Video Decoder site (2) via
HTML interface via network
Prepare firmware
To prepare a firmware update, create a directory called ‘firmware’ in the USB flash disk. The USB flash
disk should use the file system FAT-16 or FAT-32. Visit our web site at www.meritlilin.com to download
the latest firmware and save the file in the directory mentioned above. The firmware name of the HD IP
Video Decoder is ‘Flashvd022.bin ’.
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To perform firmware update using USB flash disk, follow the instructions:
1.
Plug in a portable USB disk at the HD IP Video Decoder’s USB port
2.
Press Enter at Start Update Firmware
3.
Once the transfer is complete, remove the USB device and reboot the HD IP Video Decoder
4.
Ensure that the firmware is located in the firmware directory of the USB disk
Export setup
The export setup feature allows a user to export internal configuration into a system file on the USB flash
disk’s firmware directory. The file can later be imported to other machines. The imported machine’s
internal configuration gets updated based on the original HD IP Video Decoder configuration. To perform
Export Setup, select ‘Export Setup’ and press Enter.
Import setup
Select ‘Import Setup’ and press Enter.
The configuration of the HD IP Video Decoder is updated based on the system file
Firmware and kernel version
Version menu item indicates the current version number of the HD IP Video Decoder
1.6-6 Language
The HD IP Video Decoder provides multi-language OSD support. Users can change the preferred
language.
Press Left or Right to change the language setting
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1.6-7 Audio volume
To turn on or off live audio volume monitoring, set Live Audio option.
1.6-8 USB Storage Information
To detect the USB storage information status and format function.
1.7 PTZ setup
The HD IP Video Decoder can control RS-485 PTZ or IP PTZ cameras. To setup PTZ connection, follow
these instructions:
1.7-1 Camera select
Use the directional arrows to select the camera you wish to edit
1.7-2 PTZ transport
Select from ONVIF, HTML or RS-485 transport. If RS-485 is selected the camera must be connected to
the RS-485 output on the back of the HD IP Video Decoder.
1.7-3 PTZ protocol
PTZ protocols include MLP1, MLP2, Pelco D, and Pelco P.
1.7-4 PTZ model and baud rate
If the PTZ protocol is transmitted via traditional RS-485 wires attached to the HD IP Video Decoder you
need to setup the baud rate and RS-485 ID respectively.
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