Panasonic Arbitrator 360 Operating instructions

Panasonic Arbitrator 360 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
AV Viewer
(Front-End Application/Back-End Application)
Model No.
Model No.
AG-JJLFE20P
AG-JJLBE20P
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Contents
Overview.............................................. 3
Operating Environment............................................ 3
Installing/Uninstalling......................... 4
Installing............................................................... 4
Uninstalling........................................................... 4
Startup and Termination..................... 5
Startup...................................................................... 5
Termination............................................................... 5
Description of the Screen .
Displays............................................... 6
Player Screen........................................................... 6
Operations..........................................11
Switching screens...............................................11
Playback............................................................. 12
Skip playback..................................................... 12
Fast rewind, fast forward, and slow playback..... 13
Quick replay....................................................... 14
Turning playback sound On or Off...................... 15
Displaying information........................................ 16
Error Messages................................. 19
■ Display in this manual
Display on the screen may differ from the actual
product.
Overview
Operating Environment
AV Viewer is a player to play video and audio exported
to external media with the Front-End application and
Back-End Client application. If the video and audio files
have been exported with the "With Viewer" or "With AV
Viewer" function associated, the AV Viewer is exported
together.
A PC that meets the following operating environment is
required for use of this application:
CPU: Intel Core Duo 1.66 GHz or more
(recommended)
RAM: 512 MB or more (for Windows Vista
Business, 1 GB or more) (recommended)
Display: 1024×768 dot or more
LAN: 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX
OS: Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 or
later, Windows Vista Business Service Pack 2 or
later
Adobe Reader 8 or 9
Installing/Uninstalling
Installing
Uninstalling
AV Viewer is installed when audio/video files are
exported with the viewer function associated by the
Front-End application or Back-End Client application.
When exported, the objects below are installed in an
empty folder or a new folder.
● Audio/Video files
● AVViewer.exe
● Associated modules
Delete the directory where the AV Viewer has been
installed.
Startup and Termination
Termination
Startup
Click on the Close button.
1. Turn on the PC.
2. Double-click on AVViewer.exe.
The Open File window opens.
3. Select an Audio/Video file to be played.
The AV Viewer screen is displayed.
Note
You can also display the AV Viewer screen by drag &
drop of an AV file to the AVViewer.exe icon from an
Explorer window.
Description of the Screen Displays
Player Screen
②③④
①
⑥
⑤
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
Record start/end time
⑪
⑫
Audio tab
The record start and end time of the currently
displayed file is shown.
This is a panel for audio control.
Main/Sub video switch button
ⓐ
Selects a video displayed on a player screen with
the VGA display size, main video or sub video.
(See "Switching the Main video and Sub video,"
page 11.)
Audio mute buttons/indications
Select whether the playback sound of the selected
audio channel is On or OFF. The current setting is
indicated above the button.
: Audio mute Off (Playback sound On)
: Audio mute On (Playback sound Off)
Note
This button is enabled on the VGA display only.
(See "Turning playback sound On or Off," page 15.)
QVGA/VGA switch button
Selects the video size displayed on a player screen,
QVGA or VGA.
(See "Switching the QVGA and VGA sizes," page
11.)
Help button
When this button is clicked, Help is displayed.
Note
If you use Adobe Reader 8 or 9, the description may
not be displayed correctly when you click on a button or
input field.
Description of the Screen Displays (continued)
Video Display Section
(Frame forward) button
/
If this button is clicked during pause, an image one
frame after the current frame will be displayed.
ⓐ
(Skip back/Frame rewind)
button
ⓑ
If this button is clicked within 5 seconds from the
beginning of a file, playback will start from the
beginning of the previous file on the file list. If this
button is clicked after 5 seconds from the beginning
of a file, playback will start from the beginning of
that file.
If this button is clicked during fast forward or fast
rewind mode, playback from the beginning of the
previous file on the file list will start.
If this button is clicked during pause, an image one
frame before the current frame will be displayed.
ⓒ
Video Display Section
Video is displayed.
(See "Switching screens," page 11.)
Date and time indication
The current playback position is displayed.
(Fast forward/Slow playback)
button
Seek bar
If this button is clicked during playback, fast forward
playback will start.
If this button is clicked during pause, slow playback
will start.
Each time this button is clicked, fast forward or slow
playback speed changes.
At the end of the file, playback pauses.
Indicates the playback position.
Sliding the bar will change a playback location.
Clicking on the left side of the switch will move the
playback location backward by 1/20 of the content
length, and clicking on the right side will move the
playback location forward by 1/20 of the content
length.
The locations of the classify information and
bookmark are displayed on the bar.
/
indication
(Playback/Pause) button/
Each click on this button will toggle playback and
pause modes.
At the end of the file, playback pauses.
Playback section
These buttons control the playback of videos
registered in the Back-End server.
(See "Playback," page 12.)
/
(Fast rewind/Slow reverse
playback) button
ⓐ
ⓑ
If this button is clicked during playback, fast rewind
playback will start.
If this button is clicked during pause, slow reverse
playback will start.
Each time this button is clicked, fast rewind or slow
reverse playback speed changes.
At the beginning of the file, playback pauses.
ⓒ
/
ⓓ
ⓔ
ⓕ
(Quick replay) button
Playback from a location 7 seconds before the
button is clicked starts. If this button is clicked
within 7 seconds from the beginning of a file,
playback starts from the beginning of the file.
Description of the Screen Displays (continued)
Info
ⓐ
Officers
ⓑ
ⓒ
ⓐ
ⓑ
Officer information is displayed.
The meta file data embedded in the currently selected
video signal are displayed.
(See "Officer information (Officers)," page 16.)
Meta information is displayed.
(See "Meta information (Info)," page 16.)
GPS information
The following information obtained from the GPS
will be displayed.
Officer1/Officer2 information
SPD: Vehicle speed
Data for Officers 1 and 2 are displayed.
LAT: Latitude. 00.000000N denotes north latitude,
and 00.000000S denotes south latitude.
ID: Officer ID
First: First name
LON: Longitude. 000.000000W denotes west
longitude, and 000.000000E denotes east
longitude.
Middle: Middle name
Last: Last name
Radar information
Shift information
The following information obtained from the radar
gun will be displayed.
VehicleID: Vehicle ID
Area: Area
OWN: Own vehicle speed
Shift: Shiftwork pattern
TGT: Target vehicle speed
Unit: Unit
Trigger information display section
Agency: Police Agency
Input status to GPI is displayed.
If the number of connected GPI is up to 8, the
status is displayed in 4 lines and 2 rows. If the
number of connected GPI is more than 8, the status
is displayed in 4 lines and 4 rows.
The GPI channel number and trigger name are
displayed like “GPI channel number: trigger name”
in each cell.
Description of the Screen Displays (continued)
Snapshot
ⓐ
Bookmark
ⓑ
ⓐ
(See "Snapshot information (Snapshot)," page 17.)
ⓑ
(See "Bookmark information (Bookmark)," page 17.)
Snapshot List
Bookmark List
A list of snapshots in the selected video file is
displayed. If a snapshot is selected, playback pauses
at the location of the snapshot.
A list of bookmarks in the selected video file is
displayed. If a bookmark is selected, the bookmark
position is located and the unit enters playback
pause mode.
Note
The note for the snapshot selected in the Snapshot
List is displayed.
Note
The note for the bookmark selected in the Bookmark
List is displayed.
Description of the Screen Displays (continued)
Classify
ⓐ
ⓑ
ⓒ
(See "Classify information (Classify)," page 18.)
Classify List
A list of classify information in the selected video
file is displayed. If a classify information item is
selected, that position is located and the unit enters
playback pause mode.
Classify Tag
The classify information tag selected in the Classify
List is displayed.
Note
The classify information note selected in the
Classify List is displayed.
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Operations
Playing back the videos found with a search function,
verifying them, or exporting them to external media is
enabled.
Switching the QVGA and VGA sizes
Switching screens
VGA display
Select the display size of videos, QVGA or VGA, using
the
/
(QVGA/VGA switch) button.
Video display section
Videos displayed on the display section is switched.
QVGA display
Switching the Main video and Sub video
With the VGA size screen, select the displayed video,
either the main or sub video, using the
(Main/Sub video switch) button.
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/
Operations (continued)
Playback
Click on [
Skip playback
Playback starts.
You can skip to various playback locations.
].
Frame forward playback
To pause playback
Click on [
Click on [
An image one frame after the current frame will be
displayed.
].
Playback pauses.
Playback restarts if you click on the button again.
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] during pause.
Operations (continued)
Fast rewind, fast forward, and slow
playback
Skip back/Frame rewind playback
Click on [
] or [
] during playback.
If the button is clicked during playback
If the button is clicked after more than 5 seconds after
playback starts, playback of the current file will start
from the beginning.
If the button is clicked during fast forward or
fast rewind
You can skip to various playback locations.
Playback will start from the beginning of the current file.
Fast forward playback and slow playback
If the button is clicked during pause
Click on [
An image one frame before the current frame will be
displayed.
If the button is clicked during playback
] or [
].
Fast forward playback starts. Each time this button is
clicked, fast forward playback speed changes among
x2, x4, and x20.
At the end of the file, playback pauses.
Note
• Available locations to move to are bookmarks, the
beginning of a file, and a recording trigger position
(one for a file). A recording trigger does not exist in the
second file of an automatically separated file.
• The following icons will be displayed for about 2
seconds, according to the moved location:
: Beginning of a file
: Recording trigger position
: Bookmark
• A maximum number of bookmarks usable for skip
playback is 999. Skip playback is not available if a total
number of bookmarks exceeds that number.
• When [
] or [
] is clicked, playback stops. Then
the location to be moved to is searched for, and
playback starts from that location.
If the button is clicked during pause
Slow playback starts. Each time this button is clicked,
slow playback speed changes between 1/2 and 1/4.
At the end of the file, playback pauses.
Note
• If [ ] is clicked during fast forward, normal playback
starts. The indication for the fast forward button
becomes [x2].
• If [ ]is clicked during slow playback, playback pauses.
The indication for the slow playback button becomes
[1/2].
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Operations (continued)
Quick replay
Fast rewind playback and slow reverse
playback
Click on [
] or [
].
If the button is clicked during playback
Fast rewind playback starts. Each time this button is
clicked, fast rewind playback speed changes among
x2, x4, and x20.
At the beginning of the file, playback pauses.
Click on [
].
Playback from a location 7 seconds before the button is
clicked starts. If this button is clicked within 7 seconds
from the beginning of a file, playback starts from the
beginning of the file.
If the button is clicked during pause
Slow reverse playback starts. Each time this button is
clicked, slow reverse playback speed changes between
1/2 and 1/4.
At the beginning of the file, playback pauses.
Note
• If [ ] is clicked during fast rewind, normal playback
starts. The indication for the fast rewind button
becomes [x2].
• If [ ]is clicked during slow reverse playback, playback
pauses. The indication for the slow reverse playback
button becomes [1/2].
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Operations (continued)
Turning playback sound On or Off
1. Click on the Audio tab to open.
2. Click on an audio mute button you wish to
set.
Each time the button is clicked, On and Off
are switched alternately. The current setting is
displayed on the upper part of the button.
: Playback sound On
: Playback sound Off
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Operations (continued)
Displaying information
Officer information (Officers)
If the Officer Info tab is clicked on the playback screen,
officer information that is registered in the Memory
Card Video Recorder is displayed.
Meta information (Info)
If the Info tab is clicked on the playback screen, meta
information will be displayed.
● Officer
●GPS
The officer IDs and first, middle, and last names
for Officer 1 and Officer 2 are displayed in the
corresponding fields.
information
In the GPS information section, the current location and
car speed data obtained from the GPS are displayed.
● Shift
SPD: Vehicle speed
VehicleID: Vehicle ID
LON: Longitude
Area: Area
information
Shift: Shiftwork pattern
In the Radar information section, the speeds of your
car and target car that are measured by the radar gun
are displayed.
Unit: Unit
Agency: Police Agency
OWN: Own vehicle speed
TGT: Target vehicle speed
●Trigger
information
Data of shiftwork pattern for officers are displayed.
LAT: Latitude
●Radar
information
information
In the Trigger information section, the GPIO input
status is displayed.
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Operations (continued)
Snapshot information (Snapshot)
Bookmark information (Bookmark)
If the Snapshot tab is clicked on the playback screen,
snapshot information of the selected video file will be
displayed. You can display.
If the Bookmark tab is clicked on the playback screen,
bookmark information will be displayed. It is possible to
move to a desired bookmark position.
● To
● To
display a snapshot picture
Select a snapshot you wish to display from the
Snapshot List. The selected snapshot is displayed in
the Video Display Section in Pause mode.
move to a desired bookmark position
Select a bookmark on the Bookmark List. The unit
moves to the selected bookmark position then pauses.
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Operations (continued)
Classify information (Classify)
If the Classify tab is clicked on the playback screen,
classify information will be displayed. It is possible to
move to a desired classify information item position.
● To
move to a desired classify information
item position
Select a classify information item from the Classify List.
The unit moves to the selected classify information item
position then pauses.
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Error Messages
Message
Measure
The error not anticipated occurred.
An unanticipated error occurred.
Reboot the AV Viewer and retry the operation.
ActiveX application necessary for image reproduction is not installed.
Export the AV Viewer using the Front-End application or Back-End Client
application.
Normally this symptom does not occur.
There is no ActiveX necessary for the
reproduction.
An illegal command line argument was
specified.
ActiveX necessary for the reproduction
was not able to be registered. When the
registration of ActiveX is executed, it is
necessary to execute the application by the
manager authority.
It is not a stream file.
The AV Viewer has not been executed, because it is not authorized.
For WindowsVista, right-click on AVViewer.exe and select "Run as
administrator."
The specified file is not a video file that can be reproduced.
Specify an AV file.
Two or more files cannot be set.
Normally this symptom does not occur.
It is smaller than a resolution necessary to
Resolution is set to low for the application.
execute the application.
Set the resolution of the display to higher than 1024 x 768.
AV Viewer has already been executed. It is
The AV Viewer is already open. It is not possible to start if open elsewhere.
not possible to start doubly.
If a player has been started with the Back-End Client application, exit it.
Bookmark/classification mark already exists. Bookmark or classification mark already exists. The bookmark cannot be applied
The bookmark cannot be applied here.
here.
Set the bookmark more than 2 seconds apart from the other bookmark or
classification mark.
Bookmark/classification mark already exists. Bookmark or classification mark already exists. The classification mark cannot
The classification mark cannot be applied
be applied here.
here.
Set the classificaion mark more than 2 seconds apart from the other bookmark
or classification mark.
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