4 channel dvr - Omega Security Solutions

4 CHANNEL DVR
User Manual
SRD-450
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FEATURES
This product enables you to record 4 channels of camera image and voice source simultaneously. This feature
provides an excellent picture quality for both real time monitoring and search.
• You can also monitor remote videos or search for your previous recordings and change the menu settings of the
DVR via the network.
• As this product can bypass the Windows operating system to implement the DVR-specific operating system on its
hardware components, the overall operation is stable.
• This product compresses the 4 channels of camera input into a format of H.264 before converting analog to
digital video, which enables you to make an effective use of your hard disk.
• You can use the remote control, mouse, search buttons on the front panel or a combination of them to perform
freeze, fast playback, backward playback as well as monitoring an event of detection such as time, motion and
alarm.
• It provides various recording modes including continuous, motion and alarm recordings.
• Supports DDNS (use dynamic IP as like static IP)
• USB Back Up
• Separate resolution settings for each channel
• Separate motion area settings for each channel
• Supports a triplex tasking of Save and Remote View during a search.
• Motion Detection Recording
• Prevents unauthorized user control and data loss using the password system
• Supports operations of the remote control and mouse
• BNC camera is supported
• NTSC : Up to 120 frames(Based on 352 x 240)
PAL : Up to 100 frames(Based on 352 x 288)
• Record and play in high quality
- NTSC : Based on 704 x 480
- PAL : Based on 704 x 576
• High/low speed search (search list/speed search)
• Continuous recording in HDD Overwrite mode
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit.
Follow all the safety instructions listed below.
Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
Read these instructions.
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Keep these instructions.
3)
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow all instructions.
5)
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6)
Clean only with dry cloth.
7)
Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8)
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9)
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding- type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. if the provided plug does not fit
into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is present within
this unit.
This exclamation point symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation
instructions.
WARNING
1.
Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2.
Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire, electric shock, or
damage to the product.
3.
Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause abnormal heat
generation or fire.
4.
Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5.
When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. The fall of camera may cause personal injury.
6.
Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal parts, etc.) or containers filled with water on
top of the camera. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric shock, or falling objects.
7.
Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
8.
If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case, immediately
disconnect the power source and contact the service center. Continued use in such a condition may cause fire
or electric shock.
9.
If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble or modify this
product in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted
repair.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
11. Do not expose the product to the direct airflow from an air conditioner.
Otherwise, it may cause moisture condensation inside the Clear Dome due to temperature difference between
internal and external of the dome camera.
12. If you install this product in a low-temp area such as inside a cold store, you must seal up the wiring pipe with
silicon, so that the external air can not flow inside the housing.
Otherwise, external high, humid air may flow inside the housing, pooling moisture or vapor inside the product
due to a difference between internal and external temperature.
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CAUTION
Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong blows to it. Keep away from a location subject to excessive
vibration or magnetic interference.
2.
Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 50°C), low temperature (below -10°F), or high
humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3.
If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then move or reinstall it.
4.
Remove the power plug from the outlet when there is a lighting storm. Neglecting to do so may cause fire or
damage to the product.
5.
Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6.
Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7.
Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as this may damage the CCD
image sensor.
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Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
be placed on the apparatus.
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The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
10. When using the camera outdoors, moisture may occur inside the camera due to temperature difference
between indoors and outdoors. For this reason, it is recommended to install the camera indoors. For outdoor
use, use the camera with built-in fan and heater.
CAUTION
1.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
2.
LAN Ethernet cable should not be extended to outside of building.
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BEFORE START
This user’s manual provides Information for using DVR such as brief introduction, part names, functions, connection
to other equipment, menu setup, and the like.
You have to keep in mind the following notices:
• SAMSUNG retains the copyright on this manual.
• This manual cannot be copied without SAMSUNG’s prior written approval.
• We are not liable for any or all losses to the product incurred by your use of non-standard product or violation of
instructions mentioned in this manual.
• If you want to open the case of your system for checking problems, please consult the expert from the shop
where you bought the product.
• Before installing an additional HDD or connecting an external storage device (USB memory or USB HDD) to this
DVR, check the compatibility. Consult your provider for the compatibility list.
Warning
❖ Battery
Exchanging a wrong battery in your product may cause an explosion. Therefore you must use the same type
of battery as the one being used in the product.
The following are the specifications of the battery you are using now.
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Normal voltage: 3V
Normal capacity: 170mAh
Continuous standard load: 0.2mA
Operating temperature: -20°C ~ +85°C
(-4°F ~ +185°F)
CALIFORNIA USA ONLY
This Perchlorate warning applies only to primary CR (Manganese Dioxide)
Lithium coin cells in the product sold or distributed ONLY in California USA.
“Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/
hazardouswaste/perchlorate.”
❖ System Shutdown
Turning off the power while the product is in operation, or taking not permitted actions may cause damage to
the hard drive or the product. Also it can cause a dysfunction to the hard disk while using the product.
Please turn off the power using the Remote Controller or Mouse.
After entering password in the pop-up menu, you can turn off the power switch.
You may want to install a UPS system for safe operation in order to prevent damage caused by an
unexpected power stoppage. (Any questions concerning UPS, consult your UPS retailer.)
❖ Operating Temperature
The guaranteed operating temperature range of this product is 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F).
This product may not work properly if you run right after a long period of storage at a temperature below the
guaranteed one.
When using the device after a long period of storage at low temperature, place the product at room
temperature for a while and run it.
Especially for the built-in HDD in the product, its guaranteed temperature range is 5°C ~ 55°C (41°F ~ 131°F).
Likewise, the hard drive may not work at a temperature below the guaranteed one.
❖ Ethernet Port
This equipment is in door use and all the communication wirings are limited to inside of the building.
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 Mouse is optional (not included in the pack). Please consult compatibility list with Manufacturer.
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Standards Approvals
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 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15
Package Contents
Please unwrap the product, and place the product on a flat place or in the place to be installed.
Please check the following contents are included in addition to the main unit.
User Manual
Quick Guide
CD
Remote Control / Battery (AAA×2)
Adaptor
Power Cable
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of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment
in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
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CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
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Features
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Important Safety Instructions
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Before Start
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Part Names and Functions (Front)
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Part Names and Functions (Rear)
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Remote Control
CONNECTING WITH OTHER DEVICE
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Connecting the Audio, Speaker, Mouse, and
Power Cable
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Connecting the Alarm I/O
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Network Connection
GETTING STARTED
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Starting the System
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Log On
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Log In
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Log Off
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Power Off
LIVE
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Live Screen Configuration
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View the Launcher Menu
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Display
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Record
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Playback
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Playback Screen
DVR SETUP
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Before Starting Setting Up
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System Setup
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System
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Camera
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Display
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Sound
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User
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Network
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Event / Sensor
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Disk Management
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Record Setup
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Backup
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Search
WEB VIEWER
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Introduction
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Live Viewer
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Search Viewer
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Search by Time
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Search by Event
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Setup
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Information
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Using the iPhone
APPENDIX
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Product Specification
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Open Source License Report on the Product
BACKUP
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SEARCH & PLAY
OVERVIEW
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (FRONT)
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POWER
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
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ALARM
REC
NETWORK
DISPLAY
SEARCH
MENU
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Part Names
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Functions
Power
Used to turn on or off the system.
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DISPLAY
Each time you press in Live mode, the screen will be switched in the sequence of 4-split, Single
and Auto Sequence in order.
SERACH
Goes to the search screen.
MENU
Goes to the system menu screen.
Direction
▲▼◄► : Used to select a system menu item.
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Enter
: Selects and runs a menu item.
This will operate as Book mark (Reverse) button during playback.
 : Used for quick forward playback.
Speed Playback
 : Used for quick backward playback.
Freeze
Return
 : Freezes the screen or resumes playing.
: Used to move one level up in the menu screen.
NETWORK : Displays both network connection and data transfer status.
REC : Flashes while the recording is in progress.
LED
ALARM : Flashes if an event occurs.
POWER : Displays the status (ON/OFF) of power connection.
USB Port
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Used to connect a USB storage device.
PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (REAR)
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Part Names
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Functions
DC Input (DC12V)
Power connection port for 12V/4A adaptor
NETWORK
RJ-45 port for network connection.
USB
Supports USB 2.0 protocol that enables you to back up the video signal stored in the HDD
using an external memory device and to connect USB memory.
VIDEO IN
Composite video signal input port (BNC type port).
VIDEO OUT
Composite video signal output port (BNC type port).
AUDIO IN
Audio signal input port (RCA jack).
AUDIO OUT
Audio signal output port (RCA jack).
VGA OUT
Video output port for video output to a VGA monitor.
ALARM IN
Alarm input port
RELAY
Alarm output port
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REMOTE CONTROL
DVR
Available after switching to DVR mode by pressing the [DVR] button on the remote control.
SEARCH
BACKUP
Switches to search mode for video search.
At the moment, you should select an authorized user
and enter the password.
Switches to backup mode.
MODE
Activates the DVR function.
DVR
Changes the display mode.
POWER
Turns on/off or logout the system.
Channel
If you press a channel number in real time monitoring
or search mode, the camera’s input of the selected
channel is displayed in full screen.
ID
Sets the ID.
Select 2 digits from 0~9 while pressing the ID Key.
Play
Plays the search screen or adjusts the speed.
RETURN
MENU
Cancels the setting and moves to the previous
screen.
You will see various menu items including settings,
search and backup.
Directions
Used to move between menu items in searching for
or playing recorded video.
REC
Performs the recording.
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ENTER
Selects a menu item or applies your setting.
Changing Remote Control ID
In a multi-DVR system using a single remote control, you can control only the DVR that matches the ID that
you have set using the ID button.
1. Press the [ID] button to check the ID of each of "REMOCON ID" and "SYSTEM ID".
 The defaults are 00 for the System ID and 00 for the Remote ID, respectively.
2. To change the Remote ID of the IR REMOTE CONTROLLER, press and hold the [ID] button while entering
a desired combination of two digits from 00 to 99.
4. Press the ID button of the IR REMOTE CONTROLLER to check the ID.
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 If the system number defined in "REMOTE CONTROLLER" is different from the number specified using the remote
control, no other button than the [ID] buttons will operate.
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3. To change the ID of the DVR, refer to "REMOTE CONTROLLER > REMOTE CONTROLLER ID".
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CONNECTING THE AUDIO, SPEAKER, MOUSE, AND POWER CABLE
Network
CONNECTING THE ALARM I/O
Connecting the alarm Input signal
Connection port for the alarm input signal.
Connect one strand of the sensor signal line (two
strands) to the alarm input port and connect the
other to the [G] port.
Connecting the alarm output signal
Connection port for the alarm output signal.
• NO (Normal Open) : Sensor is open in normal
condition, it generates alarm if the sensor is closed.
• COM : Connect the grounding cable.
• NC (Normal Close) : Sensor is closed in normal
condition, it generates alarm if the sensor is open
by interruption.
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NETWORK CONNECTION
Local System Configuration
Use the router or hub in the same local network to connect to the DVR and local PC where you can control
the remote DVR or check the recording data in the DVR.
IP Router or HUB
Local PC #1
Local PC #2
ALARM
REC
NETWORK
DISPLAY
SEARCH
MENU
CONNECTING WITH OTHER DEVICE
POWER
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
DVR
1. Connect the network port on the rear DVR panel to the router or hub.
2. Connect the network port on the local PC to the router or hub.
3. Enter “IP ADDRESS:WEB SERVER PORT” for the DVR on the local PC.
The Web Viewer screen of the DVR appears.
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 For more information, refer to “Network Connection and Settings”. (Page 38)
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Total System Configuration
You can use the 10/100 Mbps Ethernet connector on the product to connect to the network.
Connecting to the network enables you to perform various functions including remote monitoring, remote
search and remote control.
IP Router or HUB
Cable/ADSL Modem
INTERNET
or
DDNS Server
(websamsung.net)
Direct LAN (Fixed/Static IP)
POWER
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
ALARM
REC
NETWORK
DISPLAY
SEARCH
MENU
POWER
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
DVR
ALARM
REC
NETWORK
DISPLAY
SEARCH
MENU
DVR
Local PC #1
Local PC #2
External Remote PC #1
External Remote PC #2
1. Connect LAN cable of Cable/ADSL modem or Direct Fixed/Static IP LAN Line to WAN port of IP Router.
2. Connect LAN ports of IP Router to Ethernet port DVR to be set up and to Ethernet port of Local PC to use
during setup.
3. Connect Video cable of Camera to Monitor.
4. Turn on the Monitor power.
 If you have a Static (Fixed) IP line or Dynamic IP line (Cable Modem or ADSL Modem) with one IP address (whether it's
dynamic or fixed), but have more than one internet device to use (such as a PC and a DVR or several DVRs): you must
use an IP Router (different from a simple Network Hub); You must set up the Router to work with the DVR and you must
use a network capable PC within The local Router network to do the setup.
 If you are using an existing Router which is already set up, you may not need to redo the basic setup of the Router
again, but it is highly recommended that you at least read all the instructions below and go through the steps. Whether
you are using an existing Router or a new Router, you must go through the Port Forwarding portion of the setup.
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getting started
STARTING THE SYSTEM
1. Connect the power cable of the DVR to the wall outlet.
GETTING STARTED
2. You will see the initialization screen.
LOG ON
To make use of the DVR, you must log on after the system started.
You must log on before you can use the features of the DVR.
1. Select a user account that you want to log on with.
2. Enter the password.
 The default user is “admin” and password is “4321”.
LOG ON
admin
USER ID
PASSWORD
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LOG IN
To access menu items of Logout, System Setup, Record Setup, Backup and Search, you must have logged in.
1. If you try to access restricted menus, the login dialog
pops up.
2. Select a user account, enter the password and press the
<ENTER> button.
 The default user is “admin” and password is “4321”.
 The user who has a limited access to the menu will not be
LOG IN
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3. The menu screen to access appears.
LOG OFF
If you do not use the system for an extended time, please log out to restrict access from other users.
1. Press the < > button on the launcher menu or press
the [POWER] button on the remote control.
2. Press the <LOG OFF> button.
It automatically logs off.
LOG OFF
POWER OFF
EXIT
POWER OFF
You can shut down the system only if you have logged in to the DVR.
1. Press the < > button on the launcher menu or press the
[POWER] button on the remote control.
2. Press the <POWER OFF> button.
POWER OFF
admin
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PASSWORD
3. Enter the password and press the <ENTER> button.
4. Turn off the power switch.
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live
LIVE SCREEN CONFIGURATION
Icons on the Live Screen
MENU
BACKUP
SEARCH
Name
Camera Name
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c
Description
Displays the name of the camera.
C : Indicates continuous recording.
b
A : Indicates alarm recording.
Recording Modes
M : Indicates motion detection recording.
I : Indicates instant recording.
c
Launcher Menu
Displays the current time, menu and status.
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LIVE
b
live
VIEW THE LAUNCHER MENU
You can use the Launcher menu appearing on the bottom of the live screen to access it.
1. On the Live screen, move the cursor or press the [MENU]
button on the remote control to display the Launcher menu.
2. Use the direction buttons or the cursor to select a desired
menu.
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 You can adjust the display time of the Launcher in “DISPLAY
> OSD > STATUS BAR TIMEOUT”. (Page 30)
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MENU
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SEARCH
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c Name
Description
Logout/Power off
The logout or power-off dialog appears.
b
Date/Time
Displays the current time.
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MENU
Displays the system, record setup menu window appears.
BACKUP
Accesses the backup screen.
SEARCH
Accesses the search screen.
DISP
Displays a dialog to switch between split mode and sequence.
REC
Starts the manual recording.
Network Status
Indicates the Web Viewer connection status.
HDD
Displays HDD mode whether it is overwrite or not.
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SEARCH
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DISPLAY
You can select a screen split mode or perform the auto sequence function.
Switching the screen mode
You select a screen mode from single and 4-split.
1. Press the <DISP> button from the Launcher menu.
LIVE
2. Select a split mode in the split option menu.
Press the [MODE] button on the front panel or the
remote control to switch the mode in the sequence of the
launcher menu items.
MENU
BACKUP
SEARCH
DISP
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REC
Auto Sequence
You can perform the auto sequence function.
1. Press the <DISP> button from the Launcher menu or press the [MODE] on the remote control.
2. When the split mode selection menu appears, press the <
button.
The screen mode switches to Single while transition.
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CH3
CH2
CH1
 You can adjust the screen transition interval in “SYSTEM SETUP >
DISPLAY > MONITOR > SEQUENCE DWELL”. (Page 31)
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 You can also add a sequence using the same menu.
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RECORD
In addition to the existing recording, you can proceed with recording directly in Live mode.
1. Press the <REC> button from the Launcher menu or
press the [REC] on the remote control.
 This can be done by right-clicking any area to display the context
menu where you select <RECORD START>.
 When the recording starts, <RECORD START> will switch to
<RECORD STOP>.
2. The recording starts immediately with the <I> mark
displayed on the top right corner.
3. To stop recording, press the <REC> button or click
<RECORD STOP>.
MENU
BACKUP
SEARCH
DISP
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PLAYBACK
In Live screen, you can immediately play any of the previous recordings in the selected channel.
To playback by time option
1. Select a channel to play, and right-click it to display the
context menu where you select <PLAYBACK>.
2. Select a desired start time of playback.
PLAYBACK
>
10SEC AGO
20SEC AGO
30SEC AGO
1MIN AGO
GO TO ..
RECORD START
MENU
BACKUP
SEARCH
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To playback by time selection
1. You can select <GO TO..> if you want to select a
playback start time.
2. When the “TIME SELECTION” window appears, specify
the start time and click <OK>.
TIME SELECTION
3. The playback screen appears from the selected time
point.
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MENU
BACKUP
PLAYBACK SCREEN
You can adjust the play speed of the instant recording screen that is currently played.
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: Shows the playback time.
: Plays backward in the following speed
X2, X4, X8, X16, X32, X64
Reduces the speed in forward playback.
CH 1
: Plays backward.
: Pauses playing temporarily.
: Plays forward.
: Plays forward in the following speed
X2, X4, X8, X16, X32, X64
Reduces the speed in backward playback.
: Closes the playback screen.
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 In “INSTANT PLAYBACK” mode, SRD-450 plays the video without the audio.
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DVR setup
BEFORE STARTING SETTING UP
You can configure the DVR settings to your preference.
How to use remote control and mouse
You can use either the remote control or the cursor to select or change the setting of each menu item.
1. Use the four direction (▲▼◄►) buttons to move to a desired item and press the [ENTER] button.
 You must press the [ENTER] button to confirm the selected item.
2. Use the up/down (▲▼) buttons to adjust the given option values.
• UP (▲) : Adjusts to the previous value of the selected item.
• DOWN (▼) : Adjusts to the next value of the selected item.
3. Change the setting and press [ENTER] before your change can be applied.
4. To return to the previous menu, press the [RETURN] menu.
The player will return to the previous menu without saving your changes.
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TITLE
CAM 1
CAM 3
COVERT
OFF
OFF
OFF
AUDIO
CH 1
CH 1
CH 1
CH 2
CAM 2
CH 3
CH 4
CAM 4
OFF
CH 1
SYSTEM SETUP
You can configure the System menu settings to your preference.
To start the SYSTEM SETUP
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or press
the <MENU> button on the launcher menu.
The SETUP menu screen appears.
2. Use the direction buttons to move to <SYSTEM SETUP>
and press the [ENTER] button.
The login dialog appears.
SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
RECORD SETUP
3. Select a user account and enter the password.
 Only those users who have the right permissions can access
the Setup menu.
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DVR SETUP
To change the setting using the remote control
DVR setup
SYSTEM
You can configure the settings of DATE/TIME, SYSTEM MANAGEMENT and REMOTE CONTROLLER.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
DATE/TIME
You can specify the display time.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper
<SYSTEM> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The DATE/TIME setup screen appears.
SYSTEM
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
SYSTEM
• DATE TIME: Set the current time and date.
• DATE FORMAT: Set the date format.
YYYY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY
• TIME FORMAT: Set the time format to either AM/PM or
24 hours.
• NETWORK TIME SERVER SETUP: Set the current time
using the time server.
If you press the <SYNC.> button while connected to
Internet, the time will be set from the time server.
If the player has an existing recording data in the same time schedule, you are prompted to delete it.
 Please check the followings if NTP does not work properly.
IP ADDRESS, GATEWAY, SUBNET MASK, 1st DNS SERVER, 2nd DNS SERVER of IP SETUP in NETWORK menu.
DATE / TIME
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
2010/01/01 08:17:10
DATE TIME
DATE FORMAT
TIME FORMAT
YYYY/MM/DD
24 HOUR
POOL.NTP.ORG
NETWORK TIME SERVER SETUP
SYNC.
TIME ZONE SETUP
D.S.T
OFF
GMT+06:00 AMERICA/CST
CANCEL
APPLY
• TIME ZONE SETUP: Set the GMT standard time of your area.
• D.S.T: Turn on or off the daylight saving time.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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CLOSE
SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
You can check, update and initialize the system information.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT> in the left corner of the SYSTEM setup
menu and press the [ENTER] button.
SYSTEM
DATE / TIME
INFO
SYSTEM INFORMATION
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired item,
and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM NAME
FIRMWARE UPDATE
FACTORY DEFAULT
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
SYSTEM DATA
PASSWORD
AUTO LOGOUT
DURATION
USB
LOAD
SAVE
LOAD
ON
ON
1 MIN
APPLY
CLOSE
SYSTEM
DATE / TIME
INFO
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
- H/W VERSION: Displays the hardware version.
- VIDEO SIGNAL TYPE: Displays the signal type of the
current video.
SYSTEM
NAME
SYSTEM
INFORMATION
FIRMWARE UPDATE
S/W VERSION
FACTORY DEFAULT
H/W VERSION
SYSTEM DATA
VIDEO SIGNAL TYPE
PASSWORD
DISK
CAPACITY
AUTO
LOGOUT
IP ADDRESS
DURATION
MAC ADDRESS
DDNS SERVER
RTSP SERVICE PORT
WEB SERVER PORT
- DISK CAPACITY: Displays the capacity of the HDD.
SYSTEM ID
NETWORK
USB
SRD-450_V0.10_XXXXXX
LOAD
MAMD500
SAVE
LOAD
NTSC
ON
244 GB
ON
192.168.1.200
1 MIN
00115ff00378
websamsung.net
554
8080
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
- IP ADDRESS: Displays the IP address of the DVR.
- MAC ADDRESS: Displays the DVR’s MAC address.
- DDNS SERVER: Displays the domain name of the appropriate set.
- RTSP SERVICE PORT: Indicates the number of a port used when the remote management software
program accesses the DVR.
- WEB SERVER PORT: Indicates the number of a port used to connect to the DVR using the web
browser.
• SYSTEM NAME: Set the system name using virtual keyboard. You can type in up to 15 bytes.
• FIRMWARE UPDATE: You can upgrade the current software version.
 For more information about the firmware update, refer to “To update the firmware”. (Page 26)
• FACTORY DEFAULT: Restore the DVR settings to the factory default.
• SYSTEM DATA: Save the system setup data or import the system information of other device.
- SAVE : Stores the setting information of the DVR into the storage device.
Connect the storage device to the USB port of the system.
- LOAD : Applies the setting information in the storage device to the DVR.
Connect the device to store the system data to the USB port.
• PASSWORD: Turns on or off the popup of the “LOG IN” dialog if you access a menu item such as
Power Off, System Setup, Record Setup, Backup, Search.
• AUTO LOGOUT: Select to set the auto logout when no input is made after you logged in.
• DURATION: Specify the period for the auto logout.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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DVR SETUP
CANCEL
• SYSTEM INFORMATION: Can check the current
system version and system-related settings.
Press the <INFO> to display the “SYSTEM
INFORMATION” window.
- S/W VERSION: Displays the software version.
SYSTEM ID
NETWORK
DVR setup
To update the firmware
1. Connect the device storing the update files to the USB
port.
2. Press <USB> button in system management menu.
3. Select device, you will see the firmware list.
SYSTEM
DATE / TIME
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
FIRMWARE UPDATE
USB
LOAD
SAVE
SYSTEM DATA
PASSWORD
SYSTEM ID
NETWORK
LOAD
ON
AUTO LOGOUT
UPDATE
DURATION
4. Select update file in <FIRMWARE LIST>.
INFO
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SELECT DEVICE
SYSTEM NAME
USB MEMORY
FIRMWARE UPDATE
FIRMWARE LIST
FACTORY DEFAULT
ON
CANCEL
1 MIN
5. Press <UPDATE> button in the Firmware upgrade
window.
CANCEL
6. The update status bar appears and the system will
perform the upgrade.
7. When the upgrade is completed, the system restarts.
APPLY
CLOSE
SYSTEM
DATE / TIME
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
FIRMWARE UPDATE
INFO
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SYSTEM NAME SELECT DEVICE
USB MEMORY
FIRMWARE UPDATE
FIRMWARE LIST
FACTORY DEFAULT
15110.1.1.71
F/W UPGRADE
SYSTEM DATA
USB
LOAD
SAVE
SYSTEM ID
NETWORK
LOAD
PASSWORD
ON
AUTO LOGOUT
DURATION
UPDATE
ON
1 MIN
CANCEL
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
To update the network
Search the network system for an updateable file before proceeding with the update.
Check if the network connection is made properly.
1. Press the <NETWORK> button.
2. Click <CHECK> to check if there is any new updateable
file in the network.
SYSTEM
DATE / TIME
FIRMWARE UPDATE
INFO
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMCURRENT
NAME VERSION
FIRMWARE
NEWUPDATE
VERSION
FACTORY DEFAULT
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
SYSTEM DATA
PASSWORD
CHECK
UPDATE
AUTO LOGOUT
DURATION
SRD-450_V0.10_XXXXXX
0.0.0.0
DOWNLOAD
CANCEL
USB
LOAD
SAVE
SYSTEM ID
NETWORK
LOAD
ON
ON
1 MIN
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <REMOTE
CONTROLLER> in the left corner of the SYSTEM setup
menu and press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and set the <REMOTE CONTROLLER ID>.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation
dialog and return to the previous menu.
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SYSTEM
DATE / TIME
SYSTEM
MANAGEMENT
DEV.
REMOTE CONTROLLER ID
0
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
CAMERA
You can configure the settings of each connected CAMERA, COLOR and MOTION SENSOR.
CAMERA
You can configure the camera settings of TITLE, COVERT and AUDIO to your preference.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
DVR SETUP
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper
<CAMERA> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The CAMERA setup screen appears.
CAMERA
To change the camera title
2. Select an item in the title column.
The virtual keyboard appears.
CAMERA
3. Use the remote control or the cursor to select a desired
character.
You can enter up to 8 bytes.
CAMERA
COVERT
OFF
OFF
OFF
CAM 4
OFF
CAM 2
CH 3
CH 4
MOTION
SENSOR
CAM 3
TITLE
CAM 1
CH 1
CH 2
COLOR
CANCEL
AUDIO
CH 1
CH 1
CH 1
CH 1
APPLY
CLOSE
Using the Virtual Keyboard
To enter alphanumeric characters for the ID, password and camera name, you can use the cursor or the
remote control.
1. Use the direction buttons on the remote control to
move to a desired item and press the [ENTER]
button.
Or simply double-click a desired item.
2. Use the direction button to move to a desired
character and press the [ENTER] button, or simply
click the character.
> will switch the selected character
Selecting <
to the lower case.
Selecting <
> will erase the previous character.
VIRTUAL KEYBOARD
CAM1
.
@
#
$
%
&
*
(
)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
/
S
T
U
V
W X
Y
Z
_
a
1
ENTER
CANCEL
3. When done, press the <ENTER> button on the
bottom.
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Covert
1. Select a camera channel to covert.
2. Use the up/down (▲▼) buttons in the right corner to select either <ON> or <OFF> and press the [ENTER]
button.
- If set to <ON>, no information of the corresponding channel will be displayed. However, it continues
recording.
- If set to <OFF>, video input from the corresponding camera will be displayed.
Audio Connection
1. Select a camera channel to connect to the audio source.
2. Select an audio input port.
3. When your settings are completed, press <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
COLOR
You can adjust the brightness, contrast, tint and color of the image input to each camera channel.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <COLOR> in the
left corner of the CAMERA setup screen and press the
[ENTER] button.
CAMERA
CAMERA
2. Use the direction buttons to move to a desired item of the
camera channel to adjust its color and press the [ENTER]
button.
The color adjustment menu appears.
COLOR
MOTION
SENSOR
BRIGHTNESS
50
50
50
CONTRAST
50
50
50
TINT
50
COLOR
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
50
50
CH 4
50
50
50
50
50
50
CANCEL
50
APPLY
3. Use the up/down (▲▼) button in the bottom right corner
to select a channel that you want to adjust the color of.
4. Select an item and use the numeric values to adjust the
color option values.
•
•
•
•
BRIGHTNESS : Adjusts the brightness of the monitor.
CONTRAST : Adjusts the contrast of the monitor.
TINT : Adjusts the luminance of the monitor.
COLOR : Adjusts the display color of the monitor.
CH 1
5. To complete your changes and exit the menu, click <
in the upper right corner.
BRIGHTNESS
50
CONTRAST
50
TINT
50
COLOR
50
>
6. When your settings are completed, press <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
7. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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MOTION SENSOR
You can set the event recording so that the DVR can detect the event and specify the recording area.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <MOTION SENSOR>
in the left corner of the CAMERA setup menu and press the
[ENTER] button.
2. Select a channel and specify the sensitivity of the motion
detection.
CAMERA
CAMERA
COLOR
SENSITIVITY
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
5
5
AREA SETUP
AREA SETUP
5
5
AREA SETUP
AREA SETUP
MOTION
SENSOR
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
To select a motion area
① Move the cursor to display a white rectangle box.
② Move the box to the motion area and click the
yellow box.
③ The selected area will be marked in a white box.
To deselect the motion area
① Move the cursor to the selected area.
② Click the yellow cell again.
③ The yellow rectangle will disappear with the motion
area deselected.
To select / deselect all
① Right-click any area or press the [RETURN] button
on the remote control.
② From the context menu that pops up, select a
desired item.
• SELECT ALL : Selects all areas.
• DESELECT ALL : Deselects all areas.
• CANCEL : Cancels your settings.
• SAVE & EXIT : Saves your settings and exits the
menu.
SELECT ALL
DESELECT ALL
CANCEL
SAVE&EXIT
4. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
5. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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3. Press the <AREA SETUP> button.
The motion area setup screen appears.
DVR setup
DISPLAY
You can configure the settings of OSD, MONITOR and SEQUENCE.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
OSD
You can specify the color and language for the time, title, border and motion displayed on the screen.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper
<DISPLAY> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The OSD setup screen appears.
DISPLAY
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
DISPLAY
• STATUS BAR TIMEOUT: Specify the display time of the
Launcher that appears on the screen.
• CAMERA TITLE: Set to display the camera name on the
screen.
• RECORDING MODE ICON: Set to display the recording
mode icon on the screen.
• BORDER: Set to display the inter-channel borders in a
split mode.
• BORDER COLOR: Select a color for the border.
• MOTION SENSOR DISPLAY: Set to display the motion event in the motion sensor area when it occurs.
• MOTION COLOR: Select a color of a detected motion that is displayed on the screen.
• LANGUAGE: Select a menu language.
OSD
MONITOR
SEQUENCE
STATUS BAR TIMEOUT
CAMERA TITLE
RECORDING MODE ICON
BORDER
BORDER COLOR
MOTION SENSOR DISPLAY
MOTION COLOR
LANGUAGE
10 SEC
ON
ON
ON
GRAY
ON
BLUE
ENGLISH
CANCEL
CLOSE
APPLY
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
MONITOR
You can specify the items and time interval that are displayed on the monitor.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <MONITOR> in the
left corner of the DISPLAY setup screen and press the
[ENTER] button.
DISPLAY
OSD
MONITOR
SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE DWELL
DE-INTERLACE MODE
ALARM POP-UP MODE
ALARM POP-UP DWELL
MOTION POP-UP MODE
MOTION POP-UP DWELL
5 SEC
OFF
OFF
5 SEC
OFF
5 SEC
CANCEL
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APPLY
CLOSE
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
•
•
•
•
•
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
SEQUENCE
You can select a split mode of the sequence and add or adjust the sequence dwell time.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
ADDING SEQUENCE
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the <SEQUENCE>
in the left corner of the DISPLAY setup screen and press
the [ENTER] button.
DISPLAY
OSD
3. When the “ADD” window appears, select the TITLE input
box.
MONITOR
SEQUENCE
CANCEL
4. Use the virtual keyboard to enter the name and press the
<SAVE> button.
M
 For using the virtual keyboard, refer to “Using the Virtual
Keyboard”. (Page 27)
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DEFAULT
ACTIVATION
2. Press the <ADD> button on the bottom.
ADD
APPLY
CLOSE
DISPLAY
OSD
ACTIVATION
MONITOR
ADD
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SEQUENCE TITLE
ACTIVATION
OFF
SEQUENCE
SAVE
CANCEL
CANCEL
ADD
APPLY
CLOSE
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SEQUENCE DWELL: Specify the auto sequence dwell time.
DE-INTERLACE MODE: Set to correct option of the screen trembling during playing in 4CIF size.
ALARM POP-UP MODE: Set to turn on or off the display of the alarm channel if an alarm occurs.
ALARM POP-UP DWELL: Set the duration of the alarm dwell time if an alarm occurs.
MOTION POP-UP MODE: Set to turn on or off the switching to the motion detecting channel’s full
screen mode if a motion is detected.
• MOTION POP-UP DWELL: Set the dwell time of the motion pop-up.
This will display the motion popup for as much time as you specified and return to the split screen.
 If an alarm occurs or a motion is detected in more than one channel, the screen will switch to a split mode for the
display.
DVR setup
5. When the ADD SEQUENCE window appears, press the
<ADD> button.
ADD
6. When the SEQUENCE SETUP window appears, Use
direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired item,
and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
CLOSE
SEQUENCE SETUP
• VIEW TYPE: Select a split mode to sequence.
• CONFIGURE: Select a channel to display on each split
screen.
CONFIGURE
VIEW TYPE
1
2
3
4
CONFIRM
7. Press the <CONFIRM> button.
The set sequence mode will be confirmed and displayed
on the ADD window.
1
2
3
4
CANCEL
ADD
CLOSE
ADD
CLOSE
8. When completed, press the <ADD> button on the
bottom.
The set sequence type will be saved and you will move to
the previous screen.
EDITTING SEQUENCE
1. Select a list to edit.
The EDIT window appears.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• SEQUENCE TITLE : Select the TITLE input box.
• ACTIVATION : Set to perform the sequence.
• MODIFY : You can change the sequence mode setting.
 For setting the sequence mode, refer to “ADDING
SEQUENCE”. (Page 31)
DISPLAY
OSD
ACTIVATION
MONITOR
EDIT
SEQUENCE TITLE
ACTIVATION
SEQUENCE
OFF
MODIFY
DELETE
SAVE
CANCEL
CANCEL
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admin
admin
admin
ABC
ADD
APPLY
• DELETE : Deletes the selected sequence list.
• CANCEL : Cancels your changes.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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SOUND
You can configure the settings of AUDIO and BUZZER.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
AUDIO
You can select to input the live audio source and select an audio channel.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
DVR SETUP
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper
<SOUND> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The AUDIO setup screen appears.
SOUND
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• LIVE AUDIO: Turn on or off the audio output.
However, the channel that is set to COVERT does not
output sound. (Page 28)
• DEFAULT AUDIO CHANNEL: Select an audio channel
to monitor among voice signals incoming from audio
ports 1 through 4.
SOUND
AUDIO
BUZZER
LIVE AUDIO
DEFAULT AUDIO CHANNEL
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
ON
CH1
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
BUZZER
You can use the remote control to activate the buzzer.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <BUZZER> in the
left corner of the SOUND setup screen and press the
[ENTER] button.
SOUND
AUDIO
OFF
REMOTE CONTROLLER
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to <REMOTE
CONTROLLER> and press the [ENTER] button to set the
value.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
BUZZER
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation
dialog and return to the previous menu.
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USER
You can configure the settings of USER MANAGEMENT, USER AUTHORITY and LOGOUT.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
USER MANAGEMENT
Add a user account whose information you can edit later.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper <USER>
icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The USER MANAGEMENT setup screen appears.
USER
2. Use the direction (▲▼◄►) buttons to move to a desired
item and add, delete or change the user account.
USER
USER
MANAGEMENT
USER
AUTHORITY
USER ID
admin
E-MAIL
GROUP
ADMIN
CANCEL
ADD
APPLY
CLOSE
To add a user account
1. Press the <ADD> button on the bottom of the USER
MANAGEMENT menu screen.
2. Use the direction (▲▼◄►) buttons to move to a desired
item and press [ENTER] to select it.
 Provide necessary information for the user to add.
USER
USER
MANAGEMENT
USER
AUTHORITY
USER ID
admin
E-MAIL
GROUP
admin
ADD
USER ID
PASSWORD
GROUP
E-MAIL
E-MAIL NOTI.
MANAGER
OFF
• USER ID: Enter the user ID.
• PASSWORD: Enter the password.
• GROUP: Select a group where the user belongs from
<MANAGER> and <USER>.
• E-MAIL: Enter the email address at which you will be
notified that an event occurs.
• E-MAIL NOTI.: You can select to receive the email notification when an event occurs.
OK
CANCEL
CANCEL
ADD
APPLY
3. When done, press the <OK> button.
The added user account will be listed.
4. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
5. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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CLOSE
To change the user information
1. Select a user account that you want to change in the user
list.
The “EDIT” window appears.
2. Make necessary changes and press the <OK> button.
USER
USER
MANAGEMENT
USER ID
admin
ABC
USER
AUTHORITY
 The “admin” ID can not be removed.
E-MAIL
GROUP
admin
EDIT
USER ID
PASSWORD
GROUP
E-MAIL
E-MAIL NOTI.
ABC
****
MANAGER
OFF
DELETE
OK
CANCEL
3. To remove a user account, press the <DELETE> button.
CANCEL
ADD
APPLY
CLOSE
DVR SETUP
4. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
5. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
USER AUTHORITY
You can set to allow or deny access of a user according to the user group.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <USER AUTHORITY>
in the left corner of the USER setup screen and press the
[ENTER] button.
USER
USER
MANAGEMENT
USER
MANAGER
2. Select all the menu items that a user can access with the
MANAGER or USER account by checking the applicable
checkboxes.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
USER
AUTHORITY
SETUP
SEARCH
BACKUP
WEB VIEWER
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation
dialog and return to the previous menu.
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NETWORK
You can configure the settings of IP SETUP, DDNS and E-MAIL.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
IP SETUP
You can specify the IP of the DVR according to the network connection.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper
<NETWORK> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The IP Setup screen appears.
NETWORK
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• DHCP: Set the IP address of the DVR to a dynamic IP.
- If <DHCP> is selected, the setting values of IP ADDRESS,
GATEWAY, SUBNET MASK, 1st DNS SERVER and 2nd
DNS SERVER will be automatically filled.
- If <DHCP> is not selected, you should manually enter
the setting values of IP ADDRESS, GATEWAY,
SUBNET MASK, 1st DNS SERVER and 2nd DNS
SERVER.
NETWORK
IP SETUP
DDNS
E-MAIL
DHCP
192.168.1.200
192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0
168.126.63.1
168.126.63.2
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
SUBNET MASK
1st DNS SERVER
2nd DNS SERVER
RTSP SERVICE PORT
WEB SERVER PORT
DDNS HOST NAME
554
AUTO PORT
DELETE PORT
PORT TEST
8080
AUTO PORT DELETE PORT
http://ff00378.websamsung.net:8080
8192 KBYTE
MAX TX SPEED
HELP
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
 For the IP address, contact the network administrator.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
IP ADDRESS: Enter an IP address.
GATEWAY: Enter a gateway address.
SUBNET MASK: Enter a subnet mask address.
1st DNS SERVER: Enter the first DNS server address.
2nd DNS SERVER: Enter the second DNS server address.
RTSP SERVICE PORT: Indicates a port used when the remote management software program
accesses the DVR.
WEB SERVER PORT: Indicates a port used to connect to the DVR using the web browser.
AUTO PORT: Registers connectable address from outside to DDNS HOST NAME automatically.
DELETE PORT: Unblock registered port forwarding status.
PORT TEST: Check the current RTSP PORT, HTTP PORT status by itself whether it is connectable.
DDNS HOST NAME: Displays the MAC address of the DVR that connects to the DDNS.
MAX TX SPEED: Set the network transfer speed.
Select one from 56, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, 8192KBYTE.
The video will be transferred below the set speed, which may differ according to the network
connection status.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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To view the HELP
You can view the explanation of each item of the IP SETUP menu.
1. Press the <HELP> button in the lower corner of the IP
SETUP menu.
2. Read through the help and press the <CLOSE> button
to close the window.
NETWORK
DHCP : When enabled, the DVR will obtain an IP address automatically if connected to a DHCP server or router.
IP WEB
SETUP
SERVICE : When enabled, allows remote connections using internet Explorer or other web browsers.
IP ADDRESS : If DHCP is not being used, the IP address can be manually set.
GATEWAY : If DHCP is not being used, the gateway IP address can be manually set.
DDNS
SUBNET MASK : If DHCP is not being used, the subnet mask can be manually set.
1ST DNS SERVER : If DHCP is not being used, the first DNS server can be manually set.
2ND DNS SERVER : If DHCP is not being used, the second DNS server can be manually set.
E-MAIL
RTSP : User can input a port number which is 554 or greater than 1024 as RTSP service port.
CLOSE
HELP
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
DDNS
You can specify a DDNS site to access when a remote user connects to the network.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
DDNS is an acronym for Dynamic DNS(Domain Name System).
DNS is a domain service that directs the character-based (easy to remember) domain name (ex: www.
google.com) to the number-based IP address (64.233.189.104).
DDNS(Dynamic DNS) is the IP registration service that registers a domain name that the user remembers
and a changed IP address with the DDNS server so that the user can redirect to the registered domain
name if the previous IP address is changed in a dynamic IP environment.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <DDNS> in the left
corner of the NETWORK setup menu and press the
[ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• DDNS: Select to set the DDNS connection.
• DDNS SERVER: Select a DDNS server to connect to.
• TEST: Try a test connection to the DDNS server.
NETWORK
IP SETUP
DDNS
DDNS SERVER
ON
websamsung.net
TEST
DDNS
E-MAIL
HELP
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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WEB SERVER PORT : The port number that the DVR uses to support remote connection from Internet Explorer
or other web browsers.
DDNS Name : After automatic port forwarding it shows an address that user can connect.
MAX TX SPEED : Specifies the maximum bandwidth that the DVR can use during a remote connection.
DDNS : When enabled, the DVR can be accessed through a Dynamic DNS server.
Commonly used if a broadhand connection does not have a static IP address.
DDNS SERVER : If DDNS is enabled, the host DDNS server is specified here.
DDNS HOST NAME : User can input a name of server that can serve dynamic DNS service.
DVR setup
E-MAIL
You can send an email notice to DVR registered users at a certain interval or when an event occurs.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <E-MAIL> in the
left corner of the NETWORK setup menu and press the
[ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
NETWORK
IP SETUP
DDNS
E-MAIL
SERVER
PORT
SECURITY
25
OFF
USER
PASSWORD
FROM
• SERVER: Set the mail server.
This is a mail server used when the DVR notifies with
email.
You must use the mail server that supports Microsoft
Outlook.
Enter the mail server using the virtual Keyboard. (Page 27)
• PORT: Enter the mail server port.
• SECURITY:
- If set to <ON>, your email will be sent in secure mode.
 However, the email will not be sent if the server you entered does not support SSL.
- If set to <OFF>, this will send emails of the server that does not support SSL.
TEST E-MAIL
•
•
•
•
TEST
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
USER: Enter the mail account ID of the sender.
PASSWORD: Enter the mail account password of the sender.
FROM: Provide the sender email that will be displayed in the email notice.
TEST E-MAIL: Sends a test email to check if the current setting can send emails normally.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
Network Connection and Settings
According to the user network connection, configure a proper network settings so as to change the settings
of a remote DVR and to search and play the recording data via a local or external Internet connection.
 For more information, refer to “Network Setup Guide” that comes with the DVR.
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POWER
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
ALARM
REC
NETWORK
DISPLAY
SEARCH
MENU
ALARM
REC
NETWORK
DISPLAY
SEARCH
MENU
DVR
POWER
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
DVR
INTERNET
IP Sharer
xDSL or
Cable Modem
xDSL or
Cable Modem
External
Remote PC
Local PC
DDNS Server
(websamsung.net)
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If not using a router for network connection
Static IP Setup Mode
• Internet Connection: Use ADSL or the dedicated line for the
static IP, or connect between DVR and remote users in the
LAN environment.
• DVR Network Setup: Check the network status of the
connected DVR.
NETWORK
IP SETUP
DHCP
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
SUBNET MASK
1st DNS SERVER
2nd DNS SERVER
DDNS
E-MAIL
 For other options of IP, gateway and subnet mask, contact the
RTSP SERVICE PORT
WEB SERVER PORT
DDNS HOST NAME
554
AUTO PORT
DELETE PORT
PORT TEST
8080
AUTO PORT DELETE PORT
http://ff00378.websamsung.net:8080
8192 KBYTE
MAX TX SPEED
HELP
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
Dynamic IP (DHCP) Setup Mode
• Internet Connection: Connect the DVR directly to the cable modem, to a DHCP-based ADSL modem, or to
the optical LAN.
• DVR Network Setup: Check the <DHCP> checkbox of the <IP SETUP> menu.
If using a router
Connect the DVR to the IP router that is connected to the ADSL/Cable modem, or connect the DVR to the IP
router in the LAN environment.
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 For more information, refer to “Network Setup Guide” that comes with the DVR.
Router DHCP IP Address Setup
1. To access the setup menu of the IP router, provide the
IP address of the router in the address bar of the Internet
browser on a local PC that is connected to the IP router.
(ex: http://192.168.0.1)
2. First, check the local connection properties from the
“Network Connection” on the local PC.
Ex) IP : 192.168.0.200
Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.0.1
NETWORK
IP SETUP
DDNS
E-MAIL
DHCP
192.168.0.200
192.168.0.1
255.255.255.0
168.126.63.1
168.126.63.2
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
SUBNET MASK
1st DNS SERVER
2nd DNS SERVER
RTSP SERVICE PORT
WEB SERVER PORT
DDNS HOST NAME
554
AUTO PORT
DELETE PORT
PORT TEST
8080
AUTO PORT DELETE PORT
http://ff00378.websamsung.net:8080
8192 KBYTE
MAX TX SPEED
HELP
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
3. Provide the IP router address to display the login dialog
where you enter the router ID and password.
4. Access the DHCP setup menu to switch the router mode to DHCP server mode and provide the start
address and the end one.
Enter the start (192.168.0.100) and the end (192.168.0.200) addresses.
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 The addresses mentioned above may differ depending on the router so refer to the router manual for more information.
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network administrator.
DVR setup
DVR Connection
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper <NETWORK> icon in the SYSTEM SETUP menu screen
and press the [ENTER] button.
The IP SETUP screen appears.
2. Deselect the <DHCP> checkbox.
3. Locate the local PC in connection with the same router and check information of gateway, subnet mask
1st DNS and 2nd DNS server.
4. Provide the IP address, gateway, subnet mask 1st DNS, 2nd DNS server as appropriate.
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 If the DHCP server has the start address (192.168.0.100) and the end one (192.168.0.200) specified, change each of
them to one between “192.168.0.2~ 192.168.0.99” and “192.168.0.201 ~ 192.168.0.254”.
Router Port Forwarding
To access the PC or DVR in the local LAN area of the router, set the port forwarding for the router.
The DVR will use <RTSP SERVICE PORT> and <WEB SERVER PORT> for this purpose. You must set the
port forwarding for both ports.
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 For more information, refer to “Network Setup Guide” that comes with the DVR.
To check the connection status
1. Provide the IP address for the local PC or remote PC.
2. When the login dialog appears and prompts you to enter the ID and password, this means you have set
the connection properly.
EVENT / SENSOR
You can configure the settings of HDD EVENT, ALARM INPUT, ALARM OUTPUT and BUZZER OUTPUT.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
HDD EVENT
You can set to sound the alarm if the HDD has a problem or is full.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper <EVENT /
SENSOR> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The HDD EVENT screen appears.
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2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• SMART ALARM: Specify the availability of the alarm
if the HDD has a problem.
• DISK FULL EVENT: Set to notify the user when the
HDD is full.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
EVENT / SENSOR
HDD EVENT
SMART ALARM
ON
DISK FULL EVENT
OFF
ALARM
INPUT
ALARM
OUTPUT
BUZZER OUT
E-MAIL
NOTIFICATION
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
DVR SETUP
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation
dialog and return to the previous menu.
ALARM INPUT
You can specify the availability of the alarm input and the alarm operation type.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <ALARM INPUT>
in the left corner of the EVENT/SENSOR setup screen
and press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• OPERATION: Set the connection status of the alarm
sensor to either ENABLE or DISABLE.
- If the alarm sensor is set to <ENABLE> and you have
set to perform recording if an alarm occurs, the Live
screen displays the alarm recording standby mode.
(Page 47)
EVENT / SENSOR
HDD EVENT
ALARM
INPUT
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
OPERATION
ENABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE
CH 4
ENABLE
TYPE
N/O
N/O
TEXT
ALARM 1
ALARM 2
ALARM 3
N/O
N/O
ALARM 4
ALARM
OUTPUT
BUZZER OUT
E-MAIL
NOTIFICATION
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
• TYPE: Specify the sensor type.
- N/O (Normal Open) : The sensor stays open at all times while the alarm operates if the sensor is
closed.
- N/C (Normal Close) : The sensor stays closed at all times while the alarm operates if the sensor is
open.
• TEXT: To easily locate the alarming point when an event occurs, rename the alarming point.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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ALARM OUTPUT
You can specify the alarming conditions and the operating time.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <ALARM
OUTPUT> in the left corner of the EVENT/SENSOR setup
screen and press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• OPERATION: Set the operation of the alarm output.
- If set to <ENABLE>, the applicable menu is activated
where you can set other options.
EVENT / SENSOR
HDD EVENT
OPERATION
MODE
ALARM
INPUT
ENABLE
TRANSPARENT
ALARM
5 SEC
OFF
DURATION
HDD EVENT
MOTION
VIDEO LOSS
CH 1
ALARM
OUTPUT
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
BUZZER OUT
E-MAIL
NOTIFICATION
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
- If set to <DISABLE>, other items will be disabled.
• MODE: Set the output mode of the alarm.
- If set to <LATCHED>, the alarm will sound for as much time as defined in DURATION.
- If set to <TRANSPARENT>, the DURATION item will be disabled.
• DURATION : Set the duration of the alarm output.
- If you select <UNTIL KEY>, the buzzer will be stopped when you press any button on the front panel
or the remote control.
• HDD EVENT: Set to use the alarm output if the HDD is full.
• ALARM, VIDEO LOSS, MOTION: Set the alarm output for each channel if an event of alarm, video loss
or motion detection occurs.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
BUZZER OUT
You can specify the alarm input channel and the event conditions for the buzzer.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <BUZZER OUT> in
the left corner of the EVENT/SENSOR setup screen and
press the [ENTER] button.
EVENT / SENSOR
HDD EVENT
OPERATION
MODE
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• OPERATION: Set the operation of the buzzer output.
• HDD EVENT: Set the buzzer output if a HDD event
occurs.
• MODE: Set the output mode of the buzzer.
- If set to <LATCHED>, the buzzer will sound for as
much time as defined in DURATION.
ALARM
INPUT
DISABLE
TRANSPARENT
ALARM
OFF
HDD EVENT
DURATION
5 SEC
MOTION
VIDEO LOSS
CH 1
ALARM
OUTPUT
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
BUZZER OUT
E-MAIL
NOTIFICATION
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
- If set to <TRANSPARENT>, the DURATION item will be disabled.
• DURATION : Set the duration of the buzzer output.
- If you select <UNTIL KEY>, the buzzer will be stopped when you press any button on the front panel
or the remote control.
• ALARM, VIDEO LOSS, MOTION: Set the buzzer output for each channel if an event of alarm, video loss
or motion detection occurs.
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3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
E-MAIL NOTIFICATION
You can specify the conditions so that you can send an email notice to DVR registered users at a certain
interval or when an event occurs.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <E-MAIL
NOTIFICATION> in the left corner of the EVENT/
SENSOR setup screen and press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• NOTIFICATION: Turn on or off the notification of an
event if it occurs.
- If set to <ON>, the applicable menu is activated
where you can set other options.
DVR SETUP
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
EVENT / SENSOR
HDD EVENT
ALARM
INPUT
NOTIFICATION
HDD EVENT
SNAPSHOT NOTI.
OFF
ON
1
ALARM
ON
SETUP CHANGE
ON
BOOTING EVENT
VIDEO LOSS
MOTION
CH 1
ALARM
OUTPUT
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
BUZZER OUT
FREQUENCY
5 MIN
E-MAIL
NOTIFICATION
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
- If set to <OFF>, other items will be disabled.
•
•
•
•
•
SETUP CHANGE: Turn on or off the notification of a setup change if it occurs.
HDD EVENT: Turn on or off the notification of a HDD event if it occurs.
BOOTING EVENT: Turn on or off the notification of an email when the system boots.
SNAPSHOT NOTI.: Specify the sending of the snapshot when an event occurs.
ALARM, VIDEO LOSS, MOTION: Set the event notification for each channel if an event occurs such as
alarm, video loss or motion detection.
• FREQUENCY: Set the notification interval for events occurred.
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 A photo taken in a low contrast scene naturally causes a lot of noise, and often occurs an unnecessary motion event,
which may cause damage to the camera set. In such case, set a function of E-MAIL NOTIFICATION to OFF, or set
FREQUENCY to a longer time (ex: 30 MIN).
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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DISK MANAGEMENT
You can specify the recording auto deletion and overwrite options and format the HDD recording data.
See the previous section to repeat steps 1~3. (Page 23)
1. Use the direction buttons to move to the upper <DISK
MANAGEMENT> icon and press the [ENTER] button.
The DISK MANAGEMENT screen appears.
DISK MANAGEMENT
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
• AUTO DELETE: Specify the auto deletion period. You
can search for recording data only in that specified
period.
DISK MANAGEMENT
DISK
MANAGEMENT
ON
OVERWRITE
AUTO DELETE
FORMAT
OFF
START
- The Auto Delete function is available only if
OVERWRITE is set to ON.
- The NTSC-type model does not support the function
of AUTO DELETE.
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CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
APPLY
CLOSE
 If there remains a large-sized data file, setup may take
a while. Note that recording will be disabled until setup
is completed.
 It will be disabled if OVERWRITE is set to OFF.
• OVERWRITE
- If set to <ON>, recording will proceed by overwriting
the existing data even if the size of the recording data
exceeds the HDD capacity.
DISK MANAGEMENT
DISK
MANAGEMENT
ON
OVERWRITE
WARNING
AUTO DELETE
FORMAT
OFF
START
All recorded data will be removed.
Do you want to continue?
- If set to <OFF> and the HDD is full, the DVR stops
recording and sounds the buzzer or alarm that is set
to operate in <EVENT / SENSOR>. (Page 40)
A message of "DISK FULL" is displayed on the screen.
OK
CANCEL
CANCEL
• FORMAT : Format the hard disk drive.
① Press the <START> button.
② You will see the alert that recording data can be deleted.
③ Press the <OK> button.
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 Note that formatting the HDD will delete all existing data.
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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RECORD SETUP
You can configure the settings of record-related options such as RECORDING OPERATIONS, CONTINUOUS/
MOTION RECORDING, ALARM RECORDING, INSTANT RECORDING.
To start the RECORD SETUP
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or click
<MENU> button on the launcher menu.
The SETUP menu screen appears.
2. Use the direction buttons to move to <RECORD SETUP>
and press the [ENTER] button.
The login dialog appears.
DVR SETUP
SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
RECORD SETUP
3. Select a user account and enter the password.
 Only those users who have the right permissions can access the
Setup menu.
RECORDING OPERATION
You can specify the recording period with the pre and post recording times.
1. Access <RECORD SETUP> to display the RECORDING
OPERATIONS setup screen.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
SCHEDULE MODE
PRE EVENT RECORDING TIME
POST EVENT RECORDING TIME
DAILY
5 SEC
5 SEC
ALARM
RECORDING
• SCHEDULE MODE: Specify the schedule mode.
The specified schedule mode will be applied to
Continuous/Motion Record and Alarm Record.
• PRE EVENT RECORDING TIME: Specify the pre event
recording time that will be applied if an event occurs.
Recording will start before the specified time if an event
occurs.
• POST EVENT RECORDING TIME: Specify the end recording time that will be applied if an event occurs.
Recording will continue after the specified time if an event occurs.
INSTANT
RECORDING
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
3. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
4. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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CONTINUOUS/MOTION RECORDING
You can specify the continuous recording time, the recording size and the quality.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <CONTINUOUS/
MOTION RECORDING> in the left corner of the RECORD
setup screen and press the [ENTER] button.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
SIZE/FPS/QUALITY
ACTIVATION
0
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
6
12
18
24
TIME
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
SIZE
704×240
704×240
704×240
704×240
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
ALARM
RECORDING
QUALITY
HIGHEST
HIGHEST
HIGHEST
HIGHEST
FPS
15
15
15
15
AUDIO
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
INSTANT
RECORDING
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
To specify the recording size/FPS/quality
You can specify the recording size and the quality.
1. From the <TIME> bar, select a cell that you want to
adjust the size.
The size adjustment window appears.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
SIZE/FPS/QUALITY
ACTIVATION
0
6
SIZE
ALARM
RECORDING
12
18
24
TIME
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
FPS
QUALITY
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
AUDIO
CH 1
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 2
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 3
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 4
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
• SIZE: Set the recording resolution.
• FPS: Set the frame rate per second.
• QUALITY: Set the recording quality.
Select one from LOW/STANDARD/HIGH/HIGHEST.
The recordable time may differ, depending on the
recording quality.
• AUDIO: Select whether to include audio input to the recording.
• Remaining Rate: If you change the settings of the resolution and the remaining rate, the frame rate
available for each resolution will be recalculated.
INSTANT
RECORDING
3 remained
OK
CANCEL
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
3. Press the <OK> button.
Your changes are saved and the window is closed.
4. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
To set the record mode
You can specify the record mode for each channel or time range.
1. From the CONTINUOUS/MOTION RECORDING menu
screen, select <ACTIVATION>.
 Your change to the recording size will be applied to the time bar.
2. Drag the cell that you want to adjust the size, or use the
direction buttons (▲▼◄►) on the remote control and
press the [ENTER] button.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
SIZE/FPS/QUALITY
0
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
TIME
ALARM
RECORDING
CH 1
ACTIVATION
6
NONE
12
18
MOTION
CONT
24
CONT/MOT
CH 2
CH 3
INSTANT
RECORDING
CH 4
EVENT
NONE
CONTINUOUS
MOTION
CONTINUOUS / MOTION
OK
CANCEL
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APPLY
CLOSE
3. Select a desired event recording mode.
• NONE: Does not perform recording.
• CONTINUOUS: Performs the recording continuously.
• MOTION: Performs the recording only if a motion is detected.
To record a motion, set both <SENSITIVITY> and <AREA SETUP> in "CAMERA > MOTION
SENSOR". (Page 29)
• CONTINUOUS/MOTION: Performs both continuous and motion recording modes.
4. Press the <OK> button.
The color of the specified area will be changed to the color of the specified record type.
DVR SETUP
5. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
6. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
ALARM RECORDING
You can specify the recording size and the quality that will be applied if an alarm event occurs.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <ALARM
RECORDING> in the left corner of the RECORD setup
screen and press the [ENTER] button.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
SIZE/FPS/QUALITY
ACTIVATION
0
2. From the <TIME> bar, select a cell that you want to
adjust the size.
The size adjustment window appears.
ALARM
RECORDING
INSTANT
RECORDING
6
12
18
24
TIME
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
FPS
SIZE
QUALITY
ALARM
AUDIO
CH 1
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
1
CH 2
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
2
CH 3
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
3
CH 4
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
3 remained
3. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
OK
CANCEL
ALARM
1
2
3
4
4
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
• SIZE: Set the recording resolution.
• FPS: Set the frame rate per second.
• QUALITY: Set the recording quality.
Select one from LOW/STANDARD/HIGH/HIGHEST.
The recordable time may differ, depending on the recording quality.
• AUDIO: Select whether to include audio input to the recording.
• ALARM: Select an alarm input port.
• Remaining Rate: If you change the settings of the resolution and the remaining rate, the frame rate
available for each resolution will be recalculated.
4. Press the <OK> button.
5. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY> button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
6. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
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To specify the alarm recording time
You can specify the alarm recording time for each channel.
1. From the ALARM RECORDING menu screen, select
<ACTIVATION>.
 Your change to the recording size will be applied to the time bar.
2. Drag the cell that you want to adjust the size, or use the
direction buttons (▲▼◄►) on the remote control and
press the [ENTER] button.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
SIZE/FPS/QUALITY
0
ACTIVATION
6
12
18
24
TIME
OFF
ON
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
ALARM
RECORDING
INSTANT
RECORDING
3. The specified cells will turn light green.
CANCEL
4. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
APPLY
CLOSE
5. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation dialog and return to the previous menu.
INSTANT RECORDING
You can specify the recording size in manual recording mode.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <INSTANT
RECORDING> in the left corner of the RECORD setup
screen and press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
The size adjustment window appears.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
SIZE
FPS
QUALITY
AUDIO
CH 1
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 2
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 3
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 4
704×240
15
HIGHEST
OFF
ALARM
RECORDING
INSTANT
RECORDING
• SIZE: Set the recording resolution.
• FPS: Set the frame rate per second.
• QUALITY: Set the recording quality.
Select one from LOW/STANDARD/HIGH/HIGHEST.
The recordable time may differ, depending on the recording quality.
• AUDIO: Select whether to include audio input to the recording.
• Remaining Rate: If you change the settings of the resolution and the remaining rate, the frame rate
available for each resolution will be recalculated.
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
3. When the size adjustment is done, press the <OK> button.
4. When your settings are completed, press the <APPLY>
button on the bottom.
Your settings will be applied.
5. Press the <CLOSE> button to display the confirmation
dialog and return to the previous menu.
RECORD
RECORDING
OPERATIONS
CONTINUOUS/
MOTION
RECORDING
ALARM
RECORDING
INSTANT
RECORDING
SIZE
FPS
QUALITY
CH 1
352×240
15
HIGHEST
CH 2
352×240
15
HIGHEST
352×240
SIZE
CH 4
352×240
CH 1CH 5 704×240352×240
CH 2CH 6 704×240352×240
15
15
15
HIGHEST
QUALITY
HIGHEST
HIGHEST HIGHEST
OFF
OFF
15
15
HIGHEST HIGHEST
OFF
OFF
CH 3CH 7 704×240352×240
15
15
HIGHEST HIGHEST
OFF
OFF
CH 4
15
HIGHEST
OFF
CH 3
704×240
FPS
15
3 remained
OFF
OFF
OFF
AUDIO
OK
CANCEL
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AUDIO
OFF
CANCEL
APPLY
CLOSE
backup
You can check the backup data size and perform backup of a desired channel or at a desired time.
BACKUP
BACKUP
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or select
<BACKUP> button on the launcher menu.
The login dialog appears.
2. Select a user account and enter the password.
 Only those users who have the backup permission can access
the BACKUP menu.
 Web Viewer doesn't support data backup including the
neighborhood of DST transition (ON ➝ OFF) time.
If you want to back up this period, do it on the DVR set, please.
MENU
BACKUP
SEARCH
DISP
ow
REC
NEW BACKUP
You can backup the reserved data to the connected storage device.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Access the BACKUP menu to display the <NEW BACKUP>
setup screen.
2. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item, and press the [ENTER] button to set the value.
BACKUP
NEW
BACKUP
TAG
DEVICE
RESERVED
DATA
MANAGEMENT
FROM
TO
NO DEVICE
LOG
CODEC
2010/01/01 08:29:59
2010/01/01 08:30:59
RELEASE
QUERY
• TAG: Enter a name for each data item that you want to
reserve.
• DEVICE: Select an external storage device to which you
save the backup data.
• FROM: Specify the backup start time.
• TO: Specify the backup end time.
• LOG: If you want to receive the system log file, check the log item and proceed with the query session.
• CODEC: Before you can play the backup data properly with Media Player, check the item that you want
to play and download the codec as well. Check before proceeding with the query session. (PAL Only)
ALL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
BACKUP INFO
MEMO
RESERVE
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 If <D.S.T> set to <ON>, you can see overlapped time by pressing <
,
WRITE
CLOSE
>.
 By double-clicking the backup codec, install it in your PC. Then, get started with Media Player. If you forget to check
the codec, it will not be backed up properly.
3. Press the <QUERY> button.
The recorded data will be displayed in the backup information column.
4. Check the data size in <BACKUP INFO>.
5. To change the search criteria, press the <RELEASE> button.
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6. Press the <RESERVE> or <WRITE> button on the
bottom.
• RESERVE: The selected data will be backup to the
HDD, which you can check in <RESERVED DATA
MANAGEMENT>.
• WRITE: Backs up the selected data to the connected
storage device.
BACKUP
NEW
BACKUP
RESERVED
DATA
MANAGEMENT
TAG
WRITING
DEVICE
NO DEVICE
TAG NAME
DATA3
LOG
CODEC
SK6211
DEVICE
WRITING
WRITING TYPE
ALL
1
2
CH 1Writing...
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
3
4
5
6
7
8
FROM
TO
2010/01/01 08:29:59
2010/01/01 08:30:59
RELEASE
9
QUERY
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
100%
START
BACKUP INFO
STOP
MEMO
TOTAL SIZE : 8.4 MB
7. Press <CLOSE> to exit the backup.
RESERVE
WRITE
CLOSE
RESERVED DATA MANAGEMENT
You can check the reserved data in <NEW BACKUP> and check/delete or back up the data to a storage
device.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <RESERVED DATA
MANAGEMENT> in the left corner of the BACKUP menu
and press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use the direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to select a backup
data item in the list.
BACKUP
NEW
BACKUP
AVI BACKUP LIST
BACKUP DATE
BACKUP TAG
WRITTEN
SIZE
DELETE
WRITE
RESERVED
DATA
MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION
3. To check the data information, press the
<INFORMATION> button.
4. Select <DELETE> if you want to delete data, and select
<WRITE> if you want to save the data.
5. Press <CLOSE> to exit the backup.
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search & play
You can perform the search for recorded data by the time or by the search criteria such as an event.
SEARCH
SEARCH & PLAY
1. Press the [SEARCH] button on the remote control or
press the <SEARCH> button on the launcher menu.
The login dialog appears.
2. Select a user account and enter the password.
 Only those users who have the search permission can access
the SEARCH menu.
MENU
BACKUP
SEARCH
DISP
ow
REC
SEARCH BY TIME
You can schedule to search for recording data at a desired time.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Access the SEARCH menu to display the <SEARCH BY
TIME> screen.
If any recording data is found for the search date, the
recording portion in the time bar of each channel on that
specific time will be highlighted blue.
2. Use the direction buttons to move to the search date and
press the [ENTER] button.
The date with a recording schedule will be marked in
orange on the left calendar of the search bar.
SEARCH
SEARCH
BY TIME
SEARCH
BY EVENT
2010
JANUARY
00
S
CH 1
1
2
CH 2
8
9
CH 3
10 11
12 13 14 15 16
CH 4
17 18
19 20 21 22 23
24 25
26 27 28 29 30
S
M
T
W
T
3
4
5
6
7
F
02
04
06
08
10
12
14
16
FARTHEST
18
20
22
NEAREST
31
08:10:24
PLAY
CLOSE
Playback
1. Select a data item to play.
2. Press the <PLAY> button on the bottom.
3. The data item will be played.
Use the lower play bar to adjust the speed or switch the
play mode.
: It will turn orange when you place the cursor over it.
Each time you right-click it, the screen mode will switch to
1 p 4 split mode in sequence.
Click it to return to the Single mode, and click it again to
move to the next channel.
>
x1
: Click it to display the backup window where you can specify the search criteria and perform backup
of any satisfied data.
 You can check the backup data in “BACKUP > RESERVED DATA MANAGEMENT” and save it to a USB storage media.
: Returns to the previous screen.
 For more information about the play bar, refer to “Playback Screen”. (page 22)
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SEARCH BY EVENT
You can search for events and play data for a specific channel.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Use the direction buttons to move to <SEARCH BY
EVENT> in the left corner of the SEARCH screen and
press the [ENTER] button.
2. Use the direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a desired
item and press the [ENTER] button.
Specify the channel to search and the event period.
SEARCH
SEARCH
BY TIME
SEARCH
BY EVENT
ALL
1
ALL
SYSTEM
FROM
TO
2
SETUP
ALARM
3
MOTION
V.LOSS
2010/01/01 00:00:00
2010/01/01 08:30:24
4
SMART
RECORD
NEAREST
SEARCH
LOG
DATE / TIME
3. Specify the search sequence.
• NEAREST: Displays the list items with the most recent
one on the top.
• FARTHEST: Displays the list items with the oldest one
on the top.
• PAGE LEFT: Moves to the leftmost of the log list.
• PAGE RIGHT : Moves to the rightmost of the log list.
PAGE LEFT
PAGE RIGHT
4. Use the direction buttons (▲▼◄►) to move to a search item or simply double-click it.
The selected data item will be played.
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 For using the play button bar, refer to “Playback”. (Page 51)
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PAGE UP
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web viewer
INTRODUCTION
What is web viewer?
Web Viewer a user friendly software program that enables you to connect to the DVR in a remote area and
control the live or existing video data.
The following lists the minimum suggested hardware and operating system requirements needed to run the
Web Viewer.
OS
Web Browser
CPU
Windows XP Professional
Windows Vista Home Basic /Premium
Windows 7
MS Explorer 5.5 up (32 bit only)
Intel Pentium 2.0 GHz
Memory
512 MB
Monitor
High Color 16-bit 1024 × 768
50 MB(Installation space required)
HDD
* Additional HDD space required for recording.
Recorded file size will vary depending on recording quality settings.
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WEB VIEWER
System Requirements
web viewer
To connect to the Web Viewer
1. Open the browser and provide the IP address of the DVR,
or URL in the address bar.
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 You must have specified the IP address in “NETWORK > IP
SETUP”.
The initial URL of the DVR is the last 6 digits of the MAC address,
which you can check in “SYSTEM > SYSTEM MANAGEMENT > SYSTEM INFORMATION”. (Page 25)
2. As the administrator, you should provide the admin ID and
the password.
As a registered user, you should provide the user ID and
the password.
3. Click <Install ActiveX Control...>.
4. Click <Install>.
5. When you see the Security Alert popup due to the
Windows firewall function, click <Unblock> to access the
Web Viewer.
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6. Click <Next> when IMM4 Codec Setup Wizard appears.
WEB VIEWER
7. Click <Install>.
8. Click <Finish> to exit setup.
9. The installation is completed.
You will see the main screen of the Live Viewer.
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LIVE VIEWER
Live Viewer At a Glance
b
c
Name
Description
Viewer Selection
Area
Consists of 4 tabs: <Live>, <Search>, <Setup> and <Information>.
Live Viewer Screen
Displays the Live screen of the currently connected DVR.
Split Screen
Switches the screen mode to Single, 4-split mode.
Status
Indicates the status of each channel.
Log
Shows the log.
Reload
loads the DVR information again.
Refresh Time
Specify the refresh time.
Capture Image
Captures the selected screen.
ActiveX Setting
Specify the saving path of the recorded or captured screen.
Print
Prints out the current screen.
Save
Saves the Live video that is displayed on the screen.
b
c
Channel Selection Select a channel to display on the screen.
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 When you can’t save the image, check if the following is
applied in your Internet Explorer.
“Tools > Internet Option > Security” Tab Uncheck “Enable
Protected Mode(requires restarting Internet Explorer)”
and restart Internet Explorer, please!
WEB VIEWER
Switching between split modes
Click the mode switch buttons to switch the screen mode as follows.
SINGLE
4-SPLIT
To record video
1. Click <
>.
2. The video of the selected channel will be saved in the default saving path of the PC.
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 Click <ActiveX Setting> to display the Settings menu where you can change the default path.
To print the screen
You can print out the Live screen that is currently displayed.
1. Click <
>.
2. When the Print dialog appears, click <OK>.
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Screen Capture
1. Click <
>.
2. The current screen of the selected channel will be saved in the default saving path of the PC.
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 Click <ActiveX Setting> to display the Settings menu where you can change the default path.
ActiveX Setting
1. Click <
>.
2. When the Setting window appears, specify <Render> and
<Path> for the video or the screen to capture.
3. To change the saving path, click <Save Folder (
specify a new path.
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)> and
 In Windows Vista, you can not change the file path.
4. Click <Save>.
Your changes will be saved.
To view the status
Click the <Status> tab on the bottom.
You can check the event occurrence status on each channel
of the connected DVR.
To view the log
Click the <Log> tab on the bottom.
You can check the log of the connected DVR.
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SEARCH VIEWER
Click the <Search> tab to display the remote play screen of the DVR.
Search Viewer At a Glance
n
m
c
Name
Description
Viewer Selection
Area
Consists of 4 tabs: <Live>, <Search>, <Setup> and <Information>.
b
Search Screen
Displays the playback screen of the recorded video.
c
Play Bar
Buttons used to control the playback screen.
Split Screen
Switches the screen mode to Single or 4-split mode.
For more information, refer to “Live Viewer At a Glance”.
Date & Time
Select a time range to play.
Record Properties Set the recording properties as necessary.
Timeline
Shows the playback channel, time range and recording properties which you can change.
Backup
Backs up the current video.
Play
Plays the video that matches the search criteria.
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b
web viewer
Name
Description
Refresh
Refreshes the screen
ActiveX Setting
Specify the saving path of the recorded or captured screen.
Capture Image
Captures the current screen.
m
Print
Prints out the current screen.
n
Channel Selection Select a channel of the camera that is connected to the DVR.
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 For details about the ActiveX setting/Capture Image/Print menus, refer to “Live Viewer”.
SEARCH BY TIME
You can search for recording data in the DVR using the time range.
1. Specify the time range to play.
2. Click <Play>.
3. Use the play bar to adjust the play direction and speed as
necessary.
 For more information about the play bar, refer to “Playback Screen”. (Page 22)
SEARCH BY EVENT
You can search for recording data in the DVR by sorting them by the event.
1. Select an event to search by clicking the checkbox.
2. Specify the time range in <Period>.
3. Specify the display sequence of the items found.
• Nearest: Displays the most recent event on the top.
• Farthest: Displays the oldest event on the top.
4. Click <Search>.
The event data will be listed in the lower pane.
5. Double-click a desired item.
6. Use the play bar to adjust the play direction and speed as necessary.
 For more information about the play bar, refer to “Playback Screen”. (Page 22)
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SETUP
Click the <Setup> tab to display the DVR remote setup screen.
Setup Viewer At a Glance
b
WEB VIEWER
c
Name
Description
Viewer Selection
Area
Consists of 4 tabs: <Live>, <Search>, <Setup> and <Information>.
b
Menu Tree
Select a desired menu item.
c
Details
Detailed information of the selected menu item.
Ok/Cancel
Saves or cancels your settings.
Camera Setting
You can configure the settings of the camera that is connected to the DVR.
1. From the left menu tree, select <Camera>.
2. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “CAMERA”. (Page 27)
3. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
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Color setting
You can adjust all settings from 0 to 100 for each channel in fine tune mode, and the default is 50.
1. From the left menu tree, select <Camera>.
2. Click <Color>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “COLOR”. (Page 28)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Motion setting
You can specify the motion detection area, and specify the use of the alarm output if a motion is detected.
If a detection area is specified, the system will detect a motion in that area if it occurs.
1. From the left menu tree, select <Camera>.
2. Click <Motion>.
3. Click a motion area and drag it up to a desired point. The
selected cells will turn in a different color, which will be
specified as a detection area.
 For more information, refer to “MOTION SENSOR”. (Page 29)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
OSD setting
You can change the display information.
1. From the left menu tree, select <Display>.
2. Click <OSD>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “OSD”. (Page 30)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
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Monitor setting
You can adjust the position of the displayed items.
1. From the left menu tree, select <Display>.
2. Click <Monitor>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “MONITOR”. (Page 30)
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4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Audio/Buzzer setting
You can configure the audio and buzzer related settings.
1. From the left menu tree, select <Sound>.
2. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “AUDIO” and “BUZZER”.
(Page 33)
3. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Date/Time setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <System>.
2. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “DATE / TIME”. (Page 24)
3. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Management setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <System>.
2. Click <Management>.
3. Check the system information in <System Information
Setting>.
 For more information, refer to “SYSTEM MANAGEMENT”.
(Page 25)
4. Change the System Name in <System management
Setting>.
5. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
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Control Device Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <System>.
2. Click <Remote Controller>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “REMOTE CONTROLLER”.
(Page 26)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Recording Operation Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Record>.
2. Click <Operation>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “RECORDING OPERATION”.
(Page 45)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Continuous/Motion Recording Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Record>.
2. Click <Continuous/Motion>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “CONTINUOUS/MOTION
RECORDING”. (Page 46)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Alarm Recording Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Record>.
2. Click <Alarm>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “ALARM RECORDING”. (Page 47)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
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Instant Recording Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Record>.
2. Click <Instant>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “INSTANT RECORDING”.
(Page 48)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
WEB VIEWER
User Management Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <User>.
2. Click <Management>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “USER MANAGEMENT”.
(Page 34)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
User Authority Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <User>.
2. Click <Authority>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “USER AUTHORITY”. (Page 35)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
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IP Setup Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Network>.
2. Click <Network>.
3. Check the network connection status and make your
changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “IP SETUP”. (Page 36)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
E-mail Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Network>.
2. Click <E-mail>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “E-MAIL”. (Page 38)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
HDD Event Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Sensor>.
2. Click <HDD Event>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “HDD EVENT”. (Page 40)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
Alarm Input Setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Sensor>.
2. Click <Alarm Input>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “ALARM INPUT”. (Page 41)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
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Alarm output setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Sensor>.
2. Click <Alarm Output>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “ALARM OUTPUT”. (Page 42)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
WEB VIEWER
Buzzer out setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Sensor>.
2. Click <Buzzer Out>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “BUZZER OUT”. (Page 42)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
E-mail notification setting
1. From the left menu tree, select <Sensor>.
2. Click <E-mail Notification>.
3. Make your changes as necessary in details.
 For more information, refer to “E-MAIL NOTIFICATION”.
(Page 43)
4. Click <Ok>.
Your changes will be saved.
INFORMATION
Click the <Information> tab to display the DVR model name and
the version of the Web Viewer.
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web viewer
USING THE iPhone
1. Select the Safari browser.
2. Enter the IP address or URL to connect.
And touch the <Go> button.
http:// set IP Address: Port No(Default 8080)
Ex)http://f05bb96.websamsung.net:8080
3. Enter the User name and Password then user can see the
Image. (Default ID: admin, PW: 4321)
4. Touch <Refresh> button to get the image.
CH select
Frame Rate
Manual, Max, 2, 1, 0.5, 0.3, 0.1
In choosing Manual, it updates picture.
DVR Information
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appendix
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Item
General
NTSC / PAL
Remote Control
Yes
Input
4CH BNC
Audio
Live
Alarm/Motion
APPENDIX
System Format
Operation System
Video
Details
Embedded Linux
Output
1EA
BNC 1 CH(CVBS)
Input
4CH(1Vp-p)
Output
RCA Type : 1CH
Display Mode
1/4/Sequence
Input
4CH
Output
Relay : 1CH
Pre Alarm
1sec~5sec
Post Alarm
Select between 5 sec to 180 sec
Buzzer
Yes
Motion Detection
4CH
Video Pop-up
Support
Video Codec
H.264 (Base profile)
Audio Codec
G.711(64kbps)
Video REC/PB Speed
NTSC : 120ips(352×240), 60ips(704×240), 30ips(704×480)
PAL : 100ips(352×288), 50ips(704×288), 25ips(704×576)
Rec. Quality
Level: Highest/High/Standard/Low
Performance
Pentaplex (Live, Playback, Recording, Network, Smart Phone)
# of Video Record
4CH
• Continuous REC
• Schedule REC
• Alarm REC
Rec/Play/Search
REC Mode
• Motion REC
• Time Laps REC
- NTSC : 1, 2, 3, 7, 15, 30ips
- PAL : 1, 2, 3, 7, 13, 25ips
• Instant REC (Panic REC)
• Play, Pause, Stop
Play Speed
• Fast Forward/Reverse - 2x, 4x, 8x,16x, 32x, 64x
• Step Play - Forward/Reverse
Storage
Search Mode
500GB
• Time Search - Data/Time - Calendar
• Event - Continuous, Alarm, Motion, Other
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Item
Details
Client PC SPEC
• MS Explorer 5.5 up (32 bit only)
Support OS
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
• Live / Backup / Search
Web Viewer Function
Web Viewer
Network
• Support multi language
NTSC : ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS/ESPAÑOL
PAL : ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS/DEUTSCH/ESPAÑOL/ITALIANO/TÜRK/
РУССКИЙ/SVENSKA/ČESKÝ
Security
Password / User Name Protection
Remote Monitoring
4
Remote Searching
Date/Time, Event List Search
Connection No
4 (1 Web Viewer/1 PC)
Interface
LAN 1 port (10/100 Mbps Ethernet)
Network Protocol
DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP
• Front 1, Rear 1
Backup
Time
USB 2.0 I/F
• External HDD
• USB Memory
Back up File Format
AVI
Time Adjsutment
GMT Time Zone, DST, NTP Support
• S/W upgrade(USB memory, Network)
• Live & Network monitoring without HDD
Other Functions
Other Functions
• Support multi language
NTSC : ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS/ESPAÑOL
PAL : ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS/DEUTSCH/ESPAÑOL/ITALIANO/TÜRK/
РУССКИЙ/SVENSKA/ČESKÝ
• E-MAIL(JPEG) : Alarm /Motion/Video Loss
Control
Mechanical (Set)
Environmental
Electrical
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Mouse
Support(USB)
Front Key
Support
Remote Control
Support
Weight
1.85Kg
Dimensions (W X H X D)
290 X 60 X 224.3 mm
Operating Temperature
0ºC ~ +40ºC (32°F ~ 104°F)
Operating Humidity
20% ~ 90%
Input Voltage
100~240VAC, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
17W
OPEN SOURCE LICENSE REPORT ON THE PRODUCT
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Also add information on how to contact you by
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