NVS Center User's Manual
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NVS Center
User’s Manual
(for WindowsXP/2003/Win7/Vista)
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Contents
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Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 1
Software Overview ........................................................................................................................... 1
Main Functions of the Software ....................................................................................................... 1
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Install Software............................................................................................................................... 2
Getting software ............................................................................................................................... 2
Software Running Environment ....................................................................................................... 2
Software Installation ......................................................................................................................... 3
Uninstall Software ............................................................................................................................ 3
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Operation of NVS Center ............................................................................................................... 5
Software Configuration..................................................................................................................... 5
Login................................................................................................................................................. 5
Main Interface ............................................................................................................................ 6
Image Display Window .............................................................................................................. 7
DVS Operation Button ............................................................................................................... 8
Talkback/Broadcast ................................................................................................................... 8
Output Control ........................................................................................................................... 9
Grouping Operation ................................................................................................................... 9
Front-end Control .................................................................................................................... 10
Set and recall preset position .................................................................................................. 10
Image Display Control ............................................................................................................. 12
Function Buttons ...................................................................................................................... 12
Windows Assign ............................................................................................................................. 12
Local Settings ................................................................................................................................. 15
Common Settings .................................................................................................................... 15
Record/Replay ......................................................................................................................... 16
Record Schedule ..................................................................................................................... 17
PTZ Protocol ............................................................................................................................ 19
Running Mode ......................................................................................................................... 19
Device Description ................................................................................................................... 20
Alarm Settings ......................................................................................................................... 21
Multi-homed Host .................................................................................................................... 22
PTZ Key ................................................................................................................................... 22
FTP Server .............................................................................................................................. 23
Set map ................................................................................................................................... 24
Display Map ................................................................................................................................... 25
Log Inquiry ..................................................................................................................................... 26
Alarm Information & Emergency Control ....................................................................................... 27
Lock ................................................................................................................................................ 28
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MP6Converter ................................................................................................................................ 28
Record Searching/Play-back ......................................................................................................... 29
Set Device Parameter .................................................................................................................... 31
Set Device System Parameters ..................................................................................................... 31
System parameters ................................................................................................................. 32
Set user parameters ................................................................................................................ 33
Video settings .......................................................................................................................... 34
Audio settings .......................................................................................................................... 35
Set Device Network Parameters ............................................................................................. 35
Storage settings ....................................................................................................................... 44
Set Alarm Parameters ............................................................................................................. 47
Set Terminal Parameters......................................................................................................... 50
Appendix 1 Default Parameters of Encoder ........................................................................................ 52
Appendix 2 Access Control used in NVS Center ............................................................................... 53
Principle ......................................................................................................................................... 53
Set parameters of NVS Center ...................................................................................................... 53
Working process ............................................................................................................................ 54
Appendix 3 FAQs ................................................................................................................................... 55
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Read this manual carefully before installation and keep it by hand for future reference.
Statement
Contents in this manual may be different from the edition that you are using. Should any
unsolved problem occur given that the product is used according to this manual, please
contact our technical support department or your product suppliers.
The content of this manual may be updated at irregular intervals without prior notice.
Readship
This manual is suitable for engineers as follow:
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System planning person
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Support and maintenance person
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Administrator
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User
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“NVS” mentioned in this manual refers to front-end device (network camera or network
video server).
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Device, encoder, front-end device mentioned in this manual refers to front-end encoder
device (network camera or network video server).
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Click: Press the left mouse button once.
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Double-click: Press the left mouse button twice.
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“[ ]”: Window name, menu name and datasheet.
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DVS: Digital Video Server
Notes
NVS: Network Video Server
IPC/IP Camera: Network Camera
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Overview
1 Overview
Software Overview
Central Management Software is designed to realize integrated surveillance, storage,
management and control of all front-end equipments (including Digital Video Server, Digital
Storage Video Server, IP Camera, etc.). This management software can manage up to 1728
front-end network surveillance devices at the same time, performing setup, control and
remote upgrade functions to any of the equipments. It supports 1/4/9/16/25/36 displays in one
screen, two-way intercom, electronic map, log retrieval, alarm controlling, long-distance
retrieval and playback. Powerful function, friendly interface, simple operation, all of them
provides great advantages for users to realize networking application of large-scale and
long-distance network surveillance.
Main Functions of the Software
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Manage 1728 channels of audio and video simultaneously (48 groups)
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Central Management Software can manage all front-end equipments (including DVS, IP
Camera and so on) to realize integrated surveillance, storage, management and control.
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Electronic- map function
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Image Preview, Surveillance alternation
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Audio volume can be manually adjusted
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Audio talkback and broadcast
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Image recording (pre-recording, manual recording, alarm linkage recording and record
schedule)
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Retrieval and playback of records according to channel and date
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PTZ control (Support over 40 kinds of decoder protocols), Preset, Recall, Track Recall.
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Supports the recalling of preset position by linkage alarm.
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Supports video loss, video motion, abnormal network interruption and front-end detector
triggered alarm.
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Log management (Supports system operation records and alarm records query)
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Front-end & back-end snapping
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Passive Connection Mode (DVS Active Connection Mode)
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2 Install Software
Getting software
Put the companion CD in the package of IP camera or DVS into the CD driver, find “NVS
Center” setup file from central management software catalog, copy it to your PC, double click
it to run installation. After the installation completes, find Search NVS software via below path:
“Start Menu”  “All Programs”  NVS Center
Software Running Environment
Operation system
32-bit and 64-bit Simplified Chinese & English editions of Windows2000,
Windows2003, WindowsXP, Win7, Windows Vista, etc.
Recommended configuration of hardware environment
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CPU: Pentium 2.6Mhz
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System Memory:512MB
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Graphics Card:Nvidia Geforce FX5200 or ATI RADEON 7000(9000) series
128M Display Card Memory (Graphics Card needs to be hardware scaling
supportive)
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Sound Card: necessary for audio surveillance and talkback
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Hard Disk: minimum 40G capacity required for image recording.
Software Environment
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DirectX8.0 version or above
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TCP/IP
Definition supported
Adaptive resolution equal or greater than 1024*768
System Requirement
The PC installed with this software requires a graphics card that supports the
color change and zoom of image,now the graphics card that has been tested
are: Nvidia Tnt/Tnt2、Geforce Mx200/400/420/440 Fx5200/5600 series, ATI
Radeon 7000/7200/7500/8500/9000/9200/9500/9600 series, and
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MatroxG450/550 and INTEL845G/865 G series. Please note that the graphics
card driver must be hardware scaling supportive.
Software Installation
Find the setup file of digital surveillance central management software named
NVSCenter.exe and double-click it, a window appears as follow:
Figure 1 Install Interface
Follow the instruction, click “Next” icon until “Finish” icon appears, and then click “Finish” to
complete installation. The default path of the software is C:\Program Files\NVS Center\NVS
Center Vn.nn.
Uninstall Software
There are two ways to uninstall the software at user’s end:
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“Start”→“Programme”→“ NVS Center ” →“Uninstall”.
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Open “Control Panel”, choose “Add/Del Programme”, and delete “NVSCenter” from the
programme list.
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Figure 2 Uninstall Interface
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3 Operation of NVS Center
Software Configuration
Change the software’s language to Chinese/Russian/Italy/French/Polish.
Click startprogramNVS Centerconfig; Run “Config.exe” will pop up the configuration
window as Figure 3, choose one language you want and click “确定”,then close the window.
Figure 3
Having finished software installation, some DVSs may not be able to display normally
sometimes for the differences between graphics cards, then you should set the following
parameters of display buffer: auto-detection, used display card memory, system memory and
video width. The software supports Chinese/English, run Simplified Chinese or English
edition.
Login
Click
to start the program, the initial user name is admin and password is blank.
System detects that the password of the administrator “admin” is blank as the program starts,
the main interface appears (See Picture 6).The password can be changed via this route:
Local SettingCommon SettingLocal User Administration.
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If a password has been set for “admin”, user login window will pop up when running
“NVSCenter.exe”:
Figure 4 Login window
Enter user name and password into the login window; click [OK], the main interface of
NVSCenter appears as Figure 6.3.3 Software main interface and function.
Main Interface
Figure 5 Main Interface
System time
Connect to selected
group, Disconnect
selected group,
Audio, Talkback, Capture,
Clear alarm
PTZ control
Ground list
Last group, Group
auto change, Next
group
Multi-image display
and image switch
Local Settings, Windows
Settings, Playback, Log, Display
Map, Lock/Unlock, Minimize, Exit
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Image Display Window
Green frame
indicates that
this window is
the currently
selected
window
Display date,
time and stream
Image display
Talkback
Surveillance
Recording
Server
name
Channel
name
Double-click display window, the selected window will be magnified. Double-click again to
return to normal mode.
Right click display window, a menu appears as follow (the modes of menus can be different
as the mode of windows varies):
Window Assign: add or delete devices;
Full screen: display images in full screen;
Image Window: 1/4/9/16/25/36 display windows
Connect and Disconnect Image, Start and Stop Record,
Remote Play, Capture operational setting of current window.
Login/Logout the DVS of current window.
Note: for 4-channel and 2-channel DVS, log in to one channel,
other channels will be automatically logged in, and vice versa
Set the DVS parameters of current window. Video Settings:
lightness, hue, contrast and saturation. Note: It is the same
as IE interface, and different device has different options, you
can read the corresponding device instruction book to get
more information.
DVS temporary surveillance on/off
Control matrix host and external output control
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内图像抓拍置输出控制
监听开关
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DVS Operation Button
断开所有通道
Snap
清除报警
Listen
分组列表/云
台控制
对讲/广播
Connect all
channels
Build-in output
control
Disconnect all
channels
Talk-back/Broadc
ast
Clear all
alarms
Group/PTZ
Audio Surveillance and snap are for operations to currently selected window, DVS Parameter,
Talkback; Clear Alarm is for operations to the corresponding NVS of currently selected
window. Click “Clear Alarm” will clear all linkage alarms of the corresponding NVS of current
selected window.
Talkback/Broadcast
A window appears as follow after click
icon:
You can select DVS then perform talkback or select multi-DVS to start broadcasting.
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Output Control
Each video server has four relay outputs, they can be enabled when alarm is triggered in a
linkage alarm setting; you can also open or close them manually via the function buttons
provided in the main interface (see below picture).
Grouping Operation
Group/PTZ
Right click “01G” a
menu pops up (see
image on the right):
group connection,
disconnection, login,
logout, recording can
be performed.
Current group
and information
Right click
“IPCam356288”
to operate IPC
Previous group
Auto switch group
Next group
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Front-end Control
Set and recall preset position
Set preset position
Select correct channel and press
button, a window pops up as follow:
Choose the preset point and set its name, press[OK].
Recall preset position
Press
button, a window pops up as follow:
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Recall mode:
1.
Recall by preset point: choose preset point number or its name, press [OK], the preset
scene can be recalled.
2.
Recall by track mode: Choose the serial No. of track, press [OK]
Set Track Mode:
1.
Choose the serial No. of the track, press “Add” button. See the following picture:
Add the preset position of the track, set stay duration of the preset position (1~120000s).Then
press [OK]
2.
Choose the serial No. and preset position of the track, press “Add” button. See the
following picture:
Fill in preset point or choose its name, set stay duration (1~120000s).Then press [OK]
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3.
Choose the serial No. and preset position of the track, press “Delete” button to delete the
preset position.
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If the device of PTZ control is high speed megapixel dome, the
operation of preset and recall point can be done in dome control;
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The function of dome control is the same as IE interface’s, you can
read the corresponding instruction book to get more details.
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Image Display Control
Page down
Page
up
[Page Up and Page Down]: is for the scrolling display of current page (invalid for 36 Image
Mode).
[Image Window Style]: click this button to display or hide the status bar in the image display
window.
Minimize
E Pl b k
[Image Display Switch]: this button controls the display of images on the screen, it is usually
used when the CPU configuration is low and PC decoding cannot meet requirement or on the
condition that only recording is needed.
Function Buttons
Windows Assign
Right click on the image window and select [Windows Assign] or click [Windows Assign]
icon
, a window appears as follow:
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[Search]: Click this icon, it search out all of the DVSs and corresponding information on the
network and display them in list 2.
[Add]: Click this icon to add DVS in list 2 to list 1.
Select one entry from list 2, click “Add” or double click it to add it into list 1.
In list 2 indicates all channels of the DVS are added, indicates only some channels of the DVS
are added, white color indicates no channel is added.
[Sequencing]: click at the header of list 2 to sort the entries in ascending or descending order.
To sort by “DVS Name”, click the “DVS Name” header.
The following functions: “Up”, “Down”, “Delete” and “Setup” are for the operation of the
channels selected in list 1.“Up” and “Down” can change the number of the window that is
linked with DVS channels.
[Down]: Decrease the number of DVS channel window. This function is disabled when the
selected DVS channel is linked to its adjacent channels.
[Up]: increase the number of DVS channel window. This function is disabled when the
selected DVS channel is linked to its adjacent channels.
[Delete]: This function is disabled when the selected DVS channel is connected or logged in.
[Set]: Pitch on the window to be set, double click or click “Set” button, the window setting
interface will pop up as follow:
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[DVS Users]: The DVS users that are connected.
[Login Password]: The password of the connected DVS.
[Server’s Name]: The name of the DVS connected, it is a unique identifier in the same domain,
which is to be the identifying mark when transmitting data. Repetition should be avoided while
setting it up. For different channel window in one DVS, server’s Name, login user’s name and
password ought to be completely the same.
[Server’s URL]: IP address or domain of the DVS connected.
[Server Port]: Data port of the DVS connected, default value is 5000.
[Communication Mode]: Network communication protocol - TCP, UDP or Multicast.
[Channel Number]: It is to show which channel is connected to current window. Channel
number begins from 1, for four- channel DVS, the number is from 1~4.
[Camera Description]: Description of the camera connected to DVS channels, which is
displayed in the status bar. It can be input by users.
[Encoder Stream]: Set liveview encoder stream.
[Recode Stream]: Set recode stream.
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For different windows on one DVS, the server name should be
different, while user’s name and password should be the same.
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Above information cannot be changed if video has been connected or
channel has been logged in.
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Local Settings
Click on the “Local settings” button
, the local settings interface will pop up as follow:
There are ten functions in this interface, which are [Common Settings], [Record/Replay],
[Record Schedule], [PTZ Protocol], [Running Mode], [Device Description], [Alarm Settings],
[Multi-homed host], [PTZ Key], [FTP Server],[Map setting].
Common Settings
See below picture for the interface of “Common Settings”:
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[Local User Manager]: Set the users of this software, altogether there are 20 operation users,
the first one is administrator and others are operators.
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Administrator has the ownership right
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Administrator can change the operator’s permission of function node,
add or delete operators. But it can’t change the user name and
password of operators. Operators can only change user name and
password of its own.
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If “Auto log in system as user 2” is checked, system starts with operator
2 logged in.
[High-quality Image Display]: enable or disable high quality image display (for
post-processing of images), occupies much CPU space;
[Delnterlacing]: CPU processes the image by clearing the interlace.
[Select Preview Mode]: Real-time Priority:no buffering; Fluency Priority:buffering improves
fluency. Frame Buffer: set buffer frame rate.
[Start Pre-Record]: Enable or disable alarm pre-recording and duration of pre-recording.
[Start Alarm Recording]: Enable or disable local PC alarm recording and duration of alarm
recording.
[Start Audio Alarm]: Enable or disable audio alarm and the duration of audio alarm. When
there is alarm, the PC audio card will output alarm sound (it can be set in “Alarm Settings”).
[Auto-connection Times]: Enable or disable auto-connection, set times of auto-connection
when images are blocked abruptly.
[Synchronized the Device’ clock which already logined with PC’s]:Make the Device’ clock
Synchronized with PC’s which already logined
[Auto-connecting image after program starts]: When the program starts, whether it connects
the image groups automatically or not.
[Auto login Device after program starts]: When the program starts, whether it logs in the DVS
groups automatically or not.
[Single Screen Automatic switching Main stream]: Single Screen Automatic switching Main
stream, multi- screen Automatic switching alternate stream.
[Snapshot, pop-up dialog]: Enable or disable reminder window pop-up when snapping;
[Open map when alarm]: Enable or disable E-map pop-up when alarming;
[Electronic E-map shows at another monitor]: To display E-map on another monitor or not,
this function requires dual graphics cards;
[Disable hotkey]: Shortcut keys for screening programs, this parameter can only take effect
after restarting the software;
[Ball track zoom in]: Enable or disable dome camera track zoom in.
[Video windows style]: Display status bar or not.
[Version]: Display the Version of the current NVSCenter software.
Record/Replay
See below picture for the interface of “Record Storage Settings”:
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[Set record storage directory]: The full path of record storage is: User Specified
Directory\\Record Date\\DVS IP Address_DVS Name\DVS Channel\
[Add]: Add “User Specified Directory” to “Directory List”.
[Delete]: Delete “User Specified Directory” from the “Directory” list, if there are record files
under the directory, it cannot be deleted.
[ √]: It will take effect after being checked. Only one user specified directory under one disk
partition can be checked.
[Record files packing interval]: Set the packing interval of files in minutes.
[Overwrite operation]: Enable or disable old file auto-deletion function. The clear function will
be started to delete the files in home directory when the remain space less than the obligate
space plus 6G. First delete the files of the earliest date, if the space is less than “obligate
space”*2 plus 6G, then delete the files of the earliest date but one, then go on like this if
necessary. If the record files are taken on the current date, then first delete the files of the
earliest hour. But files of the current hour cannot be deleted, if the disk gets full in one hour,
the device will stop recording and snapping. After the one-hour session ends, system will
delete the files of the hour and continue to record and snap. Obligate space default and
recommended is 1G.
[Playback server address]: Setting image playback server address and port. After modifying
the IP address or Port, click [Save] and restart the server.
[Telnet user]: User and password can be empty. After modifying the IP address or Port, click
[Save] each time. No need to restart server.
[Snapped image save to]: Images including captured images from DVS front-end and
manually captured images at NVSCenter. There are two kinds of snapped image storage
path:
1.
[Default]: User specified directory\XDPictre\Date\DVS IP address_DVS name\DVS
channel\
2.
User-defined storage path.
Record Schedule
See below picture for the interface of “Record Schedule Settings”:
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Record Schedule setting is to set the recording time for every window, whether it is necessary
to record each hour in every 24 hours. To record, select [R]. If [Same record schedule for all
DVS channels] is selected, then the record schedule of every channel is the same.
[Start record schedule]: enable or disable record schedule. Only when this option is enabled,
the channel record schedule can be effective.
color means record schedule has been set for the channel
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PTZ Protocol
To control the corresponding front device of the selected window, its corresponding decoder
type must be set up first. The default DVS built-in decoder protocol is adopted (built-in
protocol can be downloaded from the front-end setting of the DVS setting and saved into the
DVS system).
If transparent protocol is adopted, please choose the PTZ protocol file, PTZ address and
baud rate corresponded with current channel.
Only when the protocol, address, baud rate of Decoder corresponds to
that of the PTZ entirely, can control be realized.
Running Mode
See below picture for the interface of “Running Mode”:
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[Active Connection Mode]: The surveillance central actively searches for or manually adds
DVS network information.
[Passive Connection Mode]: DVS actively register network information into surveillance
central.
The usage of the two modes:
[Active Connection Mode] applies to most network.
[Passive Connection Mode] applies to wireless network or single small surveillance network.
For example: DVS transmits data via CDMA and GPRS. When users adopts active mode to
connect mobile IP, the GPRS/CDMA gateway refuses or restricts outside visiting, so Passive
Connection Mode must be adopted at this time to transmit network information and data to
surveillance center.
When surveillance center adopts Passive Connection Mode, please set its service port to
determine whether to validate DVS user or not. Besides, the settings of front-end DVS that is
connected to the center must be in line with the above to ensure successful registration.
Please refer to [Set DVS network parameters] for DVS settings.
The software needs to be restarted after changing its connection mode.
Device Description
See below picture for the interface of “Device Description”:
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This setting names every front-end device of NVS (Alarm Input, Alarm Output), for example:
the first sensor is named as “Infrared Sensor 1”; the second sensor is named as “Smoke
Sensor 1”. The first alarm output is named as “Light”; the second alarm output is named as
“Warning Signal”, etc.
Alarm Settings
Setting what events can trigger the alarm window. The events include network interruption,
video motion alarm, video loss, front-end sensor alarm, GPS alarm and so on.
[Select Alarm Sound File]: Users can select local sound file, but the file must be in wav format.
When alarm occurs, the surveillance center will make a correlative sound.
[Set the type of the Alarm Window]: If “show alarm message only in alarm window” is chosen,
video and emergency control function will not be displayed in the window.
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ATTENTION:Only after setting the corresponding alarm type, alarm
message can be displayed when the alarm event occurs.
Multi-homed Host
See below picture for the setting interface of dual-homed/multi-homed host:
Select the IP address connecting DVS, and then click [Save] to make the settings valid.
There is no need to set this parameter if the host is neither a
multi-homed host nor a dual-homed host. This parameter setting is for
data transmission, one NIC address is to connect DVS, and the other is
to serve as transmission server address.
PTZ Key
Please see below picture for the interface of "Serial Port Control Settings”:
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Connect keyboard to the serial port of PC, control front-end device by the serial port.
[Serial port communication parameter]: Set communication parameter for serial port.
[Serial port test]: Send data to test serial port connection.
FTP Server
See below picture for the setting interface of FTP server:
Users can upload the files obtained by scheduled snapshot, recording, alarm snapshot and
recording to FTP server via starting this FTP server.
[FTP User]: Set user name and password of FTP server.
[FTP Port]: Port of FTP server, the default port is 21.
[FTP Path]: The path of FTP server, if the path does not exist, the device will create a
directory automatically.
[Start Server]: Start the server function of FTP.
[Stop Server]: Close the server function of FTP.
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[Save Settings]: Save the FTP server parameters after alteration.
Set map
See below picture for the setting interface of [set map]:
Click
button, the E-map interface will be displayed as follow:
Mark the position of every camera and sensor on the E-map, then it will be clear at a glance.
First a planar map should be built with the drawing, then right click on the list of E-map, select
“add” to complete E-map adding and name it, double-click the map name to open or switch
E-map.
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Having finished adding E-map, cameras and sensors can be established in it. Switch to
corresponding window by clicking the camera in the E-map. Select camera or sensor, click
caption button, a window appears as below:
Set the serial numbers of cameras and sensors on the corresponded DVS and the name of
the DVS.
After established the E-map, when there is an alarm, the E-map will pop up automatically
(check the “Display E-map when alarm occurs” box in “Local Settings”), flashing of
corresponding cameras or sensors indicates an alarm if cameras and sensors are marked out
in the E-map.
Display Map
Click [Display map] button
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, the map interface will pop up as follow:
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The E-map can demonstrate accurate position of each camera and sensor, it will pop up
automatically when there is an alarm. If there are cameras or sensors marked on the E-map,
then the flashing of the corresponding cameras or sensors indicates that an alarm occurs at
the specific location.
Log Inquiry
Click [Log Inquiry] button
, the log inquiry interface will pop up as follow:
Choose time range of inquiry at first, then choose the type (Operation log, alarm log), then
click [Inquiry] button, the log of the corresponding time will be displayed in the list.
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Alarm Information & Emergency Control
When DVS has alarm inputting, system will determine whether or not to display the alarm
message and alarm type according to the “alarm settings” in “local settings”.
See below picture for the first type of alarm window:
[Clear] Delete all alarm messages in the list of “Alarm message”.
See below picture for the second type of alarm window:
Only after NVS Center System log in DVS, can all different kinds of
warning information be sent to the control center of NVS Center.
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[Emergency Control]: DVS output control switch takes effect after this option is checked.
Start/Stop front peripheral connected to DVS through [Output Control 1] or [Output Control 2]
to achieve the objective of emergency control (Such as Light, Entrance Guard).
Video can be previewed real-time and emergency control can be implemented by
double-click certain row of the alarm information list.
[Delete One]: Delete the warning information selected.
[Clear All]: Delete all information in the list.
Lock
Click [Lock] icon
, system will be locked up, you will be asked to input user’s name and
password, you cannot do any operation until the user’s name and password are correctly
entered.
MP6Converter
Run “MP6Converter”, below page will pop up:
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ASF is a media player customized by Microsoft.MP6Converter can convert the record files of
IP camera and video server in MP6 format into files in ASF format so that they can be played
on Microsoft Media player.
Record Searching/Play-back
Click [Searching Playback] button
, the “searching playback interface” appears as below:
In this interface, you can search record files and images snapped:
Multi-screen can be selected to play at the same time, when there are several record files in
the list; the records will be played in order until all files are played.
Schedule
Play Window
1~4, Full
Screen, Image
Window Style
Function: Open, Play, Pause, Stop, Fastback, Fastadvance,
SingleFrame-back, SingleFrame-advance, Sound On/Off,
Recycle, Capture, Video Splitter, In-phase On/Off
[Video Splitter]: click “video splitter” button
to start to split video that is playing, click it
again and save the file, then the video can only be played via “Open With”.
[Set inquiry parameter]: click
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, the interface will pop up as follow:
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[Downloaded files storage directory]: The full path of file storage is: User Specified
Directory\Record Date\DVS Address_DVS Name\DVS Channel\
[Define the time range of inquiry]: Users can define name and duration of the time range.
[Server]: click
, the parameter settings window will pop up as follow:
By using remote playback server, you can search and download record files, if there is no
server address you want in the server address list, please click
as follow:
, then will pop up a window
You can add, modify, delete server address, it is necessary to input “Server address” and
“Port”, “Server name” can be blank, username and password are the same as login the
device’s username and password.
Download Record Files
Select a record file in the list, right click it will pop up the menu as follow:
Click [Save As], the downloaded file will be storaged under the directory you selected, if you
want to inquiry downloaded file’s information, please click
, and will pop up a window as
follow, you can pause downloading file.
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Set Device Parameter
Click [Device Setup] icon
, or right click on the image window, select [Device Setup],
an interface will pop up as follow:
Set Device System Parameters
See below for “Set Device System Parameters” interface:
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System parameters
The Interface of set system parameters shown as below:
[Device Clock time]: set date and time for DVS, click “synchronize with PC” to synchronize the
date and time of DVS with those of the PC.
[Device name]: Set name and format for DVS, view channels, device ID, and software edition
of DVS.
[Standard]: provides PAL and NTSC systems, see below parameters:
[Upgrade file]: Click “Review” button, and select correct file of upgrade (kernel file, suffix.uot),
click [upgrade], then you can upgrade your system, the completion rate will be displayed
during this process. After finished, DVS will restart automatically. Re-log in device, enter
into system settings page, check to see whether the kernel edition is the upgraded
edition. For example: kernel edition of the current DVS is (V2.3.0.3), the latest edition
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obtained from supplier is (V2.3.0.4), and then the kernel edition after upgrade should be
V2.3.0.4.
Don’t cut off the power and internet connection when upgrading.
[Reset]: All DVS parameters (including network parameters) will be recovered as factory
setting values.
[Restart DVS]: Click this button to restart DVS.
[DEBUG]: Enable or disable DVS debugging information for factory debugging.
Set user parameters
The interface of user management shown as below:
You can set three users for every DVS, one is Administrator, and the others are general users.
The administrator can set Parameters for the DVS, but others can not set them.
Default Administrator Name: admin
Password: admin
Default General User’s Name: user1
Password: user1
Default General User’s Name: user2
Password: user2
Note: User name and password are case sensitive.
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Video settings
The interface of video settings shown as below:
Set the video parameters of every channel here: Name (title), caption overwrite, coding
algorithm, definition, the frame interval, image quality, frame rate, bitrate control, bitrate, set
image mask, etc.
[Title]: set the name of DVS to be displayed on the bottom left of the screen.
[OSD]: display or not to display name, date, time, week and bitrate of DVS.
[Video Codec]: H.264 and MJPEG.H.264 video compression coding standard improves
coding algorithm on the bases of previous standard, making it highly effective.
[Pixel]: Set the Pixel of images here (depending on the specific model).
[Key Interval]: adjustable between 5~200.Smaller I frame interval means higher image
bitrate and better image quality. It is recommended to set the I frame interval as above 25.
[Quality]: under CBR setting: set the bitrate range via “Image Quality”, 1 means controlled by
the software.
Bitrate range, 2~6 means corresponding bitrate range is ±10%~±50%
Under VBR setting: set image quality via “Image Quality”, smaller value of image quality
means better quality and higher bitrate, but the bitrate will not exceed its set value.
[Frame Rate]: set encoding frame rate per second. Under poor network condition, frame rate
can be reduced to control encoding bitrate to make motion images flow more smoothly.
[Bitrate]: CBR and VBR are optional. CBR adopts constant encoding bitrate, VBR adopts
variable encoding bitrate.
[LAN]: I frame interval: 100, frame rate: 25, bitrate: VBR, 2048kbps, image quality:2
[WAN]: I frame interval: 25, frame rate: 5, bitrate: CBR, 384kbps, image quality:4
[Video Masking On/Off]: enable or disable video masking.
[Mask Area]: left click and move cursor to set image masking area, an image can be entirely
or partially masked, maximum 4 areas supported.
[All]: mask the whole image.
[Clear]: clear masked areas.
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[Time snapshoot]: supports only images of JPG format currently, definition is the same as set
in [video definition].
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
Audio settings
The interface of video settings shown as below:
[Enable Audio]: Set to enable or disable DVS audio. Sometimes audio is not needed, close
audio input, code and transmission to save DSP resources and network resources.
[Input type]: IP Camera has two kinds of audio connections disposition, audio frequency input
mode can be selected according to audio connection disposition:
1.
MIC input
2.
Line input with better audio quality due to audio frequency amplifying.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
The audio is disabled by default.
Set Device Network Parameters
See below picture for the interface of Set Base Network Parameters:
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Basic parameters
[Narrow bandwidth Mode]: Open low-bandwidth transmitting mode, it applies to wireless and
low-bandwidth network.
[DHCP] Dynamic IP address assignment from DHCP Server to DVS.
[IP address]: Set IP of the DVS device, which cannot be the same with the IP address of other
DVS or PC on the network. Or it can be assigned by network administrator.
[Subnet Mask]: default as 255.255.255.0.
[Default Gateway]: set the gateway IP of DVS.
[MAC address]: MAC address is the hardware address of network, don’t modify it if not
necessary.
[Data Port No.]: Data Port provided by Video server, default value is 5000, when the value of
data port is altered; you need to input corresponding port value in the interface to log in.
[HTTP Port No.]: default value is 80, when the value is altered, input IP address in IE browser
to visit, the format is “http://IP address: port number”.
[Multicast address]: send the IP address of multicast data. The range is
224.0.0.0~239.255.255.255.
[Multicast port No.]: default as 5000.
[DNS IP]: Domain Name Server Address, consult local ISP to get it,For example: In
Shenzhen: DNS address is 202.96.134.133.
[Enable manage Center mode]: when device mode is “actively connecting center”, the
address and port number of the center need to be set correctly.
[Extended Parameters]:
DDNS
See below for the setting page of DDNS:
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Bind the device with a fixed domain name by DNNS setting so that visiting to the device can
be realized no matter how the public IP changes.
Setting steps:
Step 1: Log in DNNS server (e.g. http://www.mvddns.net), register user account and
password:
Step 2: Select DDNS service provider, e.g. 3322.org.
Step 3: Fill in DDNS server address, e.g.www.3322.org.
Step 4: Fill in the domain name applied on DDNS server, e.g. digitaltest.3322.org
Step 5: Fill in the registration name to log into DDNS server;
Step 6: Fill in the registration password to log into DDNS server;
Step 7: Fill in the port of DDNS server, default value is 30000 (users are recommended not to
change it);
Step 8: Fill in the port number of public network data after mapping, the default port is
5000.If several storage video servers are connected to one router, different data ports need to
be specified for each device, and port mapping needs to be done for every specified port.
Step 9: Fill in the port number of public network web after mapping, the default port is
80.If several IP cameras are connected to one router, different web ports need to be specified
for each device, and port mapping needs to be done for every specified port.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] and restart to make the parameters effective.
PPPOE
See below for the setting page:
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[Enable PPPOE]: enable or disable PPPOE dial-up function.
[PPPOE IP]: after successful setting of device dial-up, it will display the WAN IP Address.
[Account]: ADSL dial-up account, obtain from the IP service provider.
[PPPOE password]: ADSL dial-up password, obtain from the IP service provider.
[Online time]: Start timing after dial-up to see the online duration after successful dial-up.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
NTP
See below for the setting page:
When starting NTP function, DVS will correct the DVS system clock on the NTP server
regularly according to the setting.
UPNP
See below for the setting page:
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Auto mapping of port, when there is server with UPNP function in the LAN, server will map the
port to WAN automatically upon starting of this function.
[Enable UPNP]: Enable or disable UPNP function.
[UPNP Mode]: Specified mode and auto mode:
Specified mode means to specify data mapping port and web mapping port to server.
Auto mode means data mapping port and web mapping port are set up by server.
[UPNP NIC]: The type of NIC connecting UPNP server.
[UPNP server]: Gateway address of IP server with UPNP function.
Email
See below for the setting page:
To set the mailbox addresses and parameters of alarm mails and WAN IP mails.
[SMTP server]: the address of servers that send the mails, the address format of mail servers
varies from provider to provider, e.g. the SMTP server of 163 mailbox is smtp.163.com.
[Mail from]: Mailbox that sends mails.
[Mail to]: Mailbox that receives mails.
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[Mail cc]: Mailbox in the cc loop.
[SMTP username]: The login user name of the mailbox that sends mails.
[SMTP password]: The login password of the mailbox that sends mails.
[Mail title]: Title of mails.
[SMTP Port]: Port of SMTP port, different mail server has different port.
VPN
See below for the setting page:
[VPN ON-OFF]: Enable or disable VPN function.
[VPN Server]: IP address or domain of VPN server.
[VPN UserName]: User registered in VPN server.
[VPN Password]: User password registered in VPN server.
[VPN IP]: Display IP after VPN dial-up success.
[VPN Status]: Display the status of dial-up.
IP Mail
[Mail notifications]: Check this switch to enable public IP mail notification function.
[Time interval]: Select the interval of public IP mail notifications.
After enable this function, when the device starts or detects public IP change, it
will send notification mail to the mail address set in [mail setting].
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FTP
See below for the FTP setting page:
FTP server sends the record files and snapped images generated after alarm is triggered in
FTP mode to specified FTP server, supports 2 FTP servers, when the preferred one goes
wrong, system will switch to the alternate one.
[Server address]: the IP address or HTTP address of FTP server.
[Server port]: port of FTP server, the default port is 21.
[Server path]: path on remote FTP server, if the path doesn’t exist or has not been filled in, the
device will create a file folder under the root directory of FTP server.
[User name and password]: user name and password of FTP server.
Users must have the authority to write on the FTP server in order to
upload record files and snapped images.
RTSP
See below for RTSP setting page:
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[Enable ON/Off]: Check RTSP switch to enable RTSP function.
[Enable encryption]: check encryption switch, you need the password then using VLC
player connect camera.
Open: rtsp://ip/av0_0&user=admin&password=admin;
Close:rtsp://ip/av0_0[&user=admin&password=admin],” [ ]” Optional content;
“av0_0 ”,frist“0” shows channel:0,1,2,3, represent the channel :1,2,3,4; The second
“0” shows preferred / alternate stream,0:preferred stream,1:alternate stream;
[RTSP Port]: Default port is 554.
With RTSP function enabled, users can review the audio and video streams in
real time via players that supports standard RTSP protocol.
3G parameters
See below for 3G setting page:
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3G basic information
[Enable 3G]: Select this option will enable 3G function.
[Signal Intensity]: Display the 3 G network signal’s intensity.
[3G Type]: There are three types: CDMA2000, WCDMA, TD-SCDMA.
[3G Status]: Display the status of 3G dial-up (e.g. Dial-up success!).
[SIM Card Status]: Display the status of SIM Card (e.g. SIM ok).
[Service Status]: Display the status of service.
[Network Mode]: Display the status of network mode.
[Software Version]: Display the status of software version.
[Hardware Version]: Display the status of hardware version.
High set
[Tel No]: SIM card number for 3G dial-up.
[APN]: Establish to pass which mode to connect into network(e.g. CMWAP).
[UserName]: Username of SIM card.
[Password]: Password of SIM card.
[Type]: There are three kinds of authentication you can choose: None, PAP, CHAP.
Dial command
[Time1—4]: You can set four periods of time during which can dial-up, and the four periods of
time can be overlaid.
[Mensal astrict Time]: Set this option, the time of dial-up can be limited every month.
[Free time consume date]: Set the date then use time will be erased next month.
[Consume time]: Display how long does it dial-up.
After you set these parameters, please click [Save] to make them valid.
You needn’t modify the parameters below type, just keep it as default.
GPS parameters
See below for 3G setting page:
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[GPS Enabled]: Enable or disable the function of GPS.
[GPS State]: Display the connected status of GPS.
[GPS captions superimposition]: Set the captions of GPS display information.
[GPS server URL]: Set the GPS server’s URL.
[GPS server port]: Set the GPS server’s port.
[Tel Number]: Fill in the number of your phone which open the GPS function.
[Reporting Time]: Set the interval of device reports GPS information to server.
After you set these parameters, please click [Save] to make them valid.
Storage settings
Storage device parameters:
See the interface of storage device parameters as below:
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[Storage information]: View information of had disk or SD card here, including total capacity,
free capacity, type and formatting status.
[Disk operation]: Check whether the device has storage medium and format the medium.
[Auto delete old files when storage device gets full]: Choose to auto delete old files or not
when storage device gets full. Auto delete old files: first delete the files of the earliest date, if
the space is still not enough, then delete the files of the earliest date but one, then go on like
this if necessary. If the record files are taken on the current date, then first delete the files of
the earliest hour. But files of the current hour cannot be deleted, if the disk gets full in one
hour, the device will stop recording and snapping. After the one-hour session ends, system
will delete the files of the hour and continue to record and snapping.
[Scan disk when starting device]: Choose to scan disk or not when starting the device.
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Hot-plugging is not recommended for SD card, compulsory
hot-plugging may damage the SD card, causing data loss or
abnormal operation.
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As disk formatting needs to take a long time, don't stop power
supply during the process.
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Ext2 file is used to format system by default.
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Storage Video Server doesn’t support disk formatted as logical
partitions or multiple partitions, so it is recommended to format the
disk as only one main partition.
Timer record parameters:
See the interface of timer record parameters as below:
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[Record parameters]
[Stream selection]: set record stream for the device, preferred stream and alternate stream
are selectable.
[Record files packing interval]: set packing intervals for each segment of record file when
recording.1 means files will be packed every 1 minute.
[Record Schedule]: set the period of scheduled recording, any period of each day can be set
up.
[File save mode]: files can be saved via FTP uploading or E-mail sending.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
Timer snapshoot parameters:
See the interface of timer snapshoot parameters as below:
[Snap interval]: set the interval for DVS scheduled snap, minimum interval is 1 second.
[Schedule Snap]: set the period of scheduled snap, any period of each day can be set up.
[File save mode]: images can be saved via E-mail sending or FTP uploading.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
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Set Alarm Parameters
Motion alarm parameters:
See below picture for the interface of motion alarm parameters:
[Weekly schedule]: set the period of motion detection. Any period in each day can be set up.
[Alarm output]: When alarm is triggered, the built-in relays will be driven to output alarm.
[Alarm Delay] Set the duration of the linkage alarm output after being triggered (in seconds),
the range of the duration is 0~86400s.0 means that there is no limit for alarm output.
[E-mail]: when alarm is triggered, E-mails can be sent to specified mail address (can be set in
“network parameters”).
[Motion area]: left click and drive the mouse to set the surveillance areas (4 areas at most).
[Clear]: clear surveillance areas.
[All]: the entire Video area is the surveillance area.
[Enable detect]: motion detection switch on or off.
[Sensitivity]: set the sensitivity of motion detection, its range is 1~5, greater value means
higher sensitivity.
[Alarm linkage on PC]: after alarm is triggered, the PC will start alarm recording.
[Record]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start recording. Recording duration is
settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email sending.
[Snapshoot]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start snapping. Snapping duration and
number of images are settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email sending.
The snapping interval can be decimal, e.g. 0.5s, 1.5s.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
Video lose alarm parameters:
See below picture for the interface of video lose alarm parameters:
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[Enable detect]: Enable or disable video lose alarm.
[Alarm linkage on PC]: After alarm is triggered, the PC will start alarm recording.
[E-mail]: when alarm is triggered, E-mails can be sent to specified mail address (can be set in
“network parameters”).
[Alarm output]: When alarm is triggered, the built-in relays will be driven to output alarm.
[Snapshoot]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start snapping. Snapping duration and
number of images are settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email sending.
[Record]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start recording. Recording duration is
settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email sending.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
This function is only for DVS, IPC doesn’t have it.
Sensor alarm parameters:
See the interface of sensor alarm parameters as below:
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[Weekly schedule]: set the period of sensor alarm. Any period in each day can be set up.
[Enable detect]: enable or disable sensor detection.
[Sensor type]: NO and NC mode.
[E-mail]: when alarm is triggered, E-mails can be sent to specified mail address (can be set in
“network parameters”).
[Alarm output]: When alarm is triggered, the built-in relays will be driven to output alarm.
[Alarm Delay] Set the duration of the linkage alarm output after being triggered (in seconds),
the range of the duration is 0~86400s.0 means that there is no limit for alarm output.
[Alarm linkage on PC]: after alarm is triggered, the PC will start alarm recording.
[Record]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start recording. Recording duration is
settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email sending.
[Snapshoot]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start snapping images. Snapping duration
and number of images are settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email
sending.
[Copy to other channels]: copy the parameters of current sensor to other sensors.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
Network failure alarm parameters:
See the interface of network failure alarm parameters as below:
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[Enable detect]: open or close network failure detection.
[Alarm output]: When alarm is triggered, the built-in relays will be driven to output alarm.
[Alarm Delay] Set the duration of the linkage alarm output after being triggered (in seconds),
the range of the duration is 0~86400s.0 means that there is no limit for alarm output.
[E-mail]: when alarm is triggered, E-mails can be sent to specified mail address (can be set in
“network parameters”).
[Snapshoot]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start snapping images. Snapping duration
and number of images are settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading or Email
sending.
[Record]: after alarm is triggered, the device will start recording. Recording duration is
settable and the files can be saved via ftp uploading.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective.
Set Terminal Parameters
See the interface of terminal parameters as below:
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[Serial port settings]: When DVS is connected to RS485 (or RS232) communication or control
device (e.g. PTZ decoder, dome camera), the parameters of RS485 (or RS232) need to be
set according to the settings of the communication control device (address, protocol, baud
rate), and the corresponding protocol need to be downloaded.
Only when the parameters and protocol are correctly set that the
control of add-on communication control device can be implemented.
[Embedded PTZ protocol]
Decoder address: 1~255.
Embedded protocol: echo the embedded protocol name of current DVS.
PTZ decoder protocol files uploading: to upload the decoder/dome camera communication
protocol selected by users. The system supports hundreds of decoder/dome camera
communication protocol; it can also be defined by users according to the standard format of
protocol.
After setting all the parameters, click [save] to make the parameters effective
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Appendix 1 Default Parameters of Encoder
The default network ports of encoders are:
80
Web port
5000
Communication port, audio/video data transmission port, talkback
data transmission port
UDP
5000
Audio/video data transmission port
Multi-cast port
Multicast original port + channel number
TCP
Default network parameters
Cabled Network:
IP Address: 192.168.55.160
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.55.1
Wireless Network:
IP Address: 192.168.1.160
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Data Port: 5000
Web Port: 80
DHCP: Off
Frequency: Auto
Mode: Auto
Default user information
Default Administrator Name: admin
Password: admin
Default General User’s Name: user1
Password: user1
Default General User’s Name: user2
Password: user2
Note: User name and password are case sensitive.
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Appendix 2 Access Control used in NVS Center
Principle
1.
2.
Access control work situation:
1)
Use the correct card, the first switch action.
2)
Input the correct password, the second switch action.
Wiring instruction of access controller and NVS.
1)
Set the first switch of access controller “N0” as NVS’s “alarm input 1”. Set the “output
control 1” of NVS and the second switch of access control parallel connection
2)
The second switch of access controller control the action of gate.
Rear panel of NVS
Second switch
Access control
First switch
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1.
Through [Windows Assign] to add the NVS (support the name of NVS is “NVS gate”)
which is connected with access controller.
2.
Through [Local parameter]->[Device description], define the NVS “alarm input 1” as
“open the switch requirement” and define the NVS “output control 1” as “switch control”.
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3.
Through [Device settings]->[Sensor Alarm], set the type of “alarm input 1” as “NO”, don’t
choose any options of alarm linkage.
Working process
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The switch will turn on when password is correct.
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After you login the NVS, it will pop up the interface as follow when the card is correct:
Video of NVS
channel which
link with current
alarm
Alarm
information
NVS output
control
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Administrator can control the switch through click “control switch”.
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Appendix 3 FAQs
How to set linkage alarm between device and NVSCenter?
Solution:Login the device you want to set linkage alarm and you can set the parameters,
then choose the type of alarm, see the interface as follow:
After you set the device’s alarm parameters, click [Local settings]
window as follow:
, and will pop up a
You can choose event when it happened, there will be trigger the alarm event.
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NVS Center will not give any alarm prompt of the device if you didn’t
choose alarm prompt event.
What are active connection mode and passive connection
mode?
Active connection mode: The surveillance central actively searches for or manually adds DVS
network information.
Passive connection mode: DVS actively register network information into surveillance central.
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When the device’s default mode is passive connection, it means NVS
Center set in active connection mode.
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When the device’s default mode is active connection, it means NCS
Center set in passive connection mode.
How to set the device’s passive connection mode?
Firstly, you have to set the network parameters. On the network setting interface,(see it as
follow), enable manage center mode; Secondly, input the manage center URL and port, after
save it, the device will restart.
After you set the device’s network parameters, click [Local settings]
, and will
pop up the interface of local setting, choose [Running mode] as follow:
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NVSCenter be set as passive connection mode, set the port, enable verify device user or not.
After you change the connection mode, NVSCenter has to restart(The parameters
information of the former mode will be deleted, before you change the mode, you’d better
copy the file of ViewWnInfo under NVSCenter).
[Save] the parameters.
Enable snap when alarm, why doesn’t it work?
Snap when alarm, when front-end happened alarm event, the device will send the snap
images to manage center, so front-end device had to enable active connection mode, and
input the right manage center URL, the interface is as follow:
[Save] the parameters.
The color of images is abnormal (green or other colors).
Solution:Sometimes DVS images cannot display properly for the difference between
Graphics Cards, the images appears to be green or other colors, then you should run the
program Config.exe to set the following parameters of display buffer: auto-detection, used
display card memory, system memory and video width, then restart the program.
There is no sound while monitoring.
Possible Reason: No audio input connection
Solution: Check audio connection of the host
Possible Reason 2: The audio option of IP camera is off
Solution: Check audio parameter settings to see if you have opened the audio.
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Search NVS can’t find device.
Possible reason: SearchNVS software adopts multicast protocol to perform searching. But
the firewall forbids multicast data packet.
Solution: Disable the firewall.
Image processing doesn’t work properly
Possible Reason 1: system issue, DirectX function is disabled, which will cause slow display
of images and abnormal color.
Possible Reason 2: hardware issue, graphics card doesn’t support image acceleration and
hardware zooming functions.(For hardware issue, the only solution is to replace graphics
card)
Solution: install DirectX image drive, then StartRuninput “DXDIAG”
Enable DirectDraw speedup, Direct3D speedup, AGP veins speedup in
DirectX function. If they cannot be enabled, that means DirectX
installation fails or hardware not supportive.
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