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Everfocus VANGUARD 16x8H PLUS Owner Manual
VANGUARD 16x8H Plus
16CH, H.265, 4K Hybrid DVR
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Release Date: June 2019
EVERFOCUS ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
VANGUARD 16x8H Plus
16CH H.265 4K Hybrid DVR
User’s Manual
 1995-2019 EverFocus Electronics Corp.
www.everfocus.com.tw
Disclaimer
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images may vary depending on the product and software version. Information contained in this document
is subject to change without notice.
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or by any means without written permission of the EverFocus Electronics Corporation.
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Safety Precautions
 Refer all work related to the installation of this product to qualified service personnel or
system installers.
 Do not block the ventilation openings or slots on the cover.
 Do not drop metallic parts through slots. This could permanently damage the appliance.
Turn the power off immediately and contact qualified service personnel for service.
 Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance. To prevent electric shock, do not remove
screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact qualified service
personnel for maintenance. Handle the appliance with care. Do not strike or shake, as this
may damage the appliance.
 Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture, nor try to operate it in wet areas. Do
take immediate action if the appliance becomes wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel. Moisture may damage the appliance and also may cause
electric shock.
 Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the appliance body. Use a dry cloth
to clean the appliance when it is dirty. When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild
detergent and wipe gently.
 Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this may result in a risk of fire or electric
shock.
 Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified temperature, humidity or power source
ratings. Do not use the appliance in an extreme environment where high temperature or
high humidity exists. Use the DVR at temperatures within 0°C ~ 40°C / 32°F ~ 104°F
(Storage). The input power source is 12VDC.

Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated.

Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.

Heed Warnings
All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
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
Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed.

Cleaning
Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners, abrasive or
aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may
cause hazards.

Water and Moisture
Do not use this unit near water-for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, in an unprotected outdoor
installation, or any area which is classified as a wet location.

Servicing
Do not attempt to service this unit by yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.

Power Cord Protection
Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them, playing particular attention to cords and plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance.

Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this unit through openings as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit.

RTC (Real Time Clock) Battery
When encounter failure of time calibration of your DVR, the issue may be caused by
running-out of RTC battery. Users will have to change the RTC battery on the main board
of the DVR.
ATTENTION! This is a class A product which may cause radio interference in a domestic
environment; in this case, the user may be urged to take adequate measures.
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Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
•Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
•Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the users’ authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This Product is RoHS compliant.
WEEE
Your EverFocus product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and
components which can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electrical and
electronic equipment, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your
household waste. Please, dispose of this equipment at your local community waste
collection/recycling centre. In the European Union there are separate collection systems
for used electrical and electronic product.
Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
This product complies with the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Specification Adopter Agreement.
The information in this manual was current upon publication. The manufacturer reserves the right to
revise and improve his products. Therefore, all specifications are subject to change without prior
notice. Manufacturer is not responsible for misprints or typographical errors.
Please read this manual carefully before installing and using this unit. Be sure to keep it handy for
later reference.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
2.
Introduction................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Features .......................................................................................................................... 2
1.2
Dimensions...................................................................................................................... 2
1.3
Packing List ...................................................................................................................... 2
1.4
Front Panel ...................................................................................................................... 3
1.5
Rear Panel ....................................................................................................................... 3
Connection and Installation............................................................................................ 5
2.1
Hard Disk Installation ...................................................................................................... 5
2.1.1 Hard Disk Compatibility List ........................................................................................ 6
2.2
Basic Connection ............................................................................................................. 6
2.2.1 Terminal Block............................................................................................................. 6
2.3
3.
Accessing the Web Interface .......................................................................................... 7
Getting Started ............................................................................................................ 10
3.1
Turning On / Off the Power .......................................................................................... 11
3.2
Startup Wizard .............................................................................................................. 12
3.3
General Operation on the OSD Menu .......................................................................... 20
3.4
Live View Window......................................................................................................... 22
3.5
Live Channel Tool Bar.................................................................................................... 24
3.5.1 Digital Zoom (PIP)...................................................................................................... 25
3.5.2 PTZ Control Panel ...................................................................................................... 26
3.5.2.1 PTZ Control............................................................................................................ 27
3.5.2.2 Preset Setting ........................................................................................................ 28
3.5.2.3 UTC Control ........................................................................................................... 30
4.
OSD Menu ................................................................................................................... 31
4.1
Channel ......................................................................................................................... 32
4.1.1 Channel ..................................................................................................................... 32
4.1.1.1 IP Channels............................................................................................................ 32
4.1.1.2.1 Auto Add IP Cameras .................................................................................... 34
4.1.1.2.2 Manually Add IP Cameras ............................................................................. 34
4.1.1.2 Protocol Manage................................................................................................... 35
4.1.2 Live ............................................................................................................................ 36
4.1.3 Image Control............................................................................................................ 38
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4.1.4 PTZ............................................................................................................................. 40
4.1.5 Privacy Mask ............................................................................................................. 42
4.1.6 Motion....................................................................................................................... 43
4.1.7 PIR ............................................................................................................................. 45
4.1.8 Intelligent .................................................................................................................. 47
4.1.8.1 Perimeter Intrusion ............................................................................................... 47
4.1.8.1.1 Configuring Perimeter Intrusion Areas ......................................................... 48
4.1.8.2 Line Crossing ......................................................................................................... 49
4.1.8.2.1 Configuring Line Crossing Detection Lines.................................................... 50
4.1.8.3 Foreign/Missing Object ......................................................................................... 51
4.1.8.3.1 Configuring Foreign/Missing Areas............................................................... 51
4.1.8.4 Pedestrian Detection ............................................................................................ 53
4.1.8.4.1 Configuring Pedestrian Detection Area ........................................................ 54
4.1.8.5 Face Detection ...................................................................................................... 55
4.1.8.5.1 Configuring Face Detection Area .................................................................. 55
4.1.8.6 Cross-Counting Detection ..................................................................................... 57
4.1.8.6.1 Configuring Cross-Counting Detection Line .................................................. 58
4.1.8.7 Sound Detection ................................................................................................... 59
4.1.8.8 Tamper Detection ................................................................................................. 60
4.1.8.9 Record Schedule ................................................................................................... 61
4.1.8.10 Cross-Counting Analysis ...................................................................................... 62
4.2
Record ........................................................................................................................... 63
4.2.1 Stream ....................................................................................................................... 63
4.2.1.1 Main Stream.......................................................................................................... 63
4.2.1.2 Sub Stream ............................................................................................................ 65
4.2.1.3 Mobile Stream ...................................................................................................... 67
4.2.2 Record ....................................................................................................................... 68
4.2.2.1 Record ................................................................................................................... 68
4.2.2.2 Record Schedule ................................................................................................... 69
4.2.3 Snapshot ................................................................................................................... 70
4.2.3.1 Snapshot ............................................................................................................... 70
4.2.3.2 Snap. Schedule ...................................................................................................... 71
4.3
Alarm ............................................................................................................................. 72
4.3.1 Motion....................................................................................................................... 72
4.3.2 PIR ............................................................................................................................. 74
4.3.3 IO ............................................................................................................................... 76
4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm ....................................................................................................... 78
4.3.5 PTZ Linkage ............................................................................................................... 80
4.3.6 Exception................................................................................................................... 81
4.4
Network ........................................................................................................................ 82
4.4.1 General ...................................................................................................................... 82
4.4.1.1 General.................................................................................................................. 82
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4.4.1.2 PPPoE .................................................................................................................... 83
4.4.1.3 Port Configuration ................................................................................................ 84
4.4.2 DDNS ......................................................................................................................... 86
4.4.3 Email.......................................................................................................................... 89
4.4.3.1 Email Configuration .............................................................................................. 89
4.4.3.2 Email Schedule ...................................................................................................... 90
4.4.4 FTP ............................................................................................................................. 91
4.4.4.1 FTP......................................................................................................................... 91
4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule ......................................................................................................... 92
4.4.5 IP Filter ...................................................................................................................... 94
4.5
Device ............................................................................................................................ 95
4.5.1 Disk ............................................................................................................................ 95
4.5.1.1 Disk ........................................................................................................................ 95
4.5.1.2 Disk Group............................................................................................................. 97
4.5.1.3 S.M.A.R.T ............................................................................................................... 98
4.5.2 Cloud ......................................................................................................................... 99
4.6
Layout.......................................................................................................................... 101
4.7
Playback ...................................................................................................................... 102
4.7.1 General Operation .................................................................................................. 102
4.7.2 Playback Control Panel ........................................................................................... 103
4.7.2.1 Full Screen on Playback Window ........................................................................ 105
4.7.2.2 Backup Video Clips .............................................................................................. 107
4.7.3 Search Mode ........................................................................................................... 108
4.7.3.1 General................................................................................................................ 108
4.7.3.2 Events .................................................................................................................. 109
4.7.3.3 Time-Period......................................................................................................... 113
4.7.3.4 Smart ................................................................................................................... 115
4.7.3.5 Tag ....................................................................................................................... 117
4.7.3.6 External File......................................................................................................... 119
4.7.3.7 Snapshot ............................................................................................................. 120
4.8
Express ........................................................................................................................ 124
4.8.1 Quick Playback ........................................................................................................ 124
4.8.2 Stream Switch ......................................................................................................... 124
4.8.3 Preview Policy ......................................................................................................... 124
4.9
System ......................................................................................................................... 125
4.9.1 General .................................................................................................................... 125
4.9.1.1 General................................................................................................................ 125
4.9.1.2 Date and Time ..................................................................................................... 126
4.9.1.3 Video Output....................................................................................................... 128
4.9.2 User Account ........................................................................................................... 130
4.9.3 Maintenance ........................................................................................................... 132
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4.9.3.1 Log ....................................................................................................................... 132
4.9.3.2 Load Default ........................................................................................................ 134
4.9.3.3 Upgrade............................................................................................................... 134
4.9.3.4 Parameter Management .................................................................................... 135
4.9.3.5 Auto Reboot ........................................................................................................ 135
4.9.4 IPCam Maintain ....................................................................................................... 136
4.9.4.1 Upgrade............................................................................................................... 136
4.9.4.2 Load Default ........................................................................................................ 136
4.9.4.3 Reboot IPC........................................................................................................... 137
4.9.5 System Info ............................................................................................................. 138
4.9.5.1 System Info ......................................................................................................... 138
4.9.5.1.1 Performing the P2P Function ...................................................................... 138
4.9.5.2 Channel Info ........................................................................................................ 140
4.9.5.3 Record Info .......................................................................................................... 141
4.9.5.4 Network Info ....................................................................................................... 141
4.10
5.
Exit............................................................................................................................... 142
Remote Access to the DVR ......................................................................................... 143
5.1
Accessing the DVR on the Network ............................................................................ 143
5.2
Remote Live View Window ......................................................................................... 146
5.2.1 Camera List.............................................................................................................. 147
5.2.2 Live View Function Icons......................................................................................... 148
5.2.3 PTZ Setting Panel .................................................................................................... 150
5.2.4 Color Panel .............................................................................................................. 153
5.3
Menu Bar..................................................................................................................... 154
5.3.1 Live .......................................................................................................................... 154
5.3.2 Playback .................................................................................................................. 155
5.3.2.1 Download ............................................................................................................ 158
5.3.3 Channel ................................................................................................................... 159
5.3.3.1 Channel ............................................................................................................... 159
5.3.3.1.1 IP Channel ................................................................................................... 159
5.3.3.1.2 Protocol Manage ......................................................................................... 160
5.3.3.2 Live ...................................................................................................................... 161
5.3.3.3 Image Control ..................................................................................................... 162
5.3.3.4 PTZ....................................................................................................................... 164
5.3.3.5 Motion ................................................................................................................ 165
5.3.3.6 PIR ....................................................................................................................... 166
5.3.3.7 Privacy Mask ....................................................................................................... 167
5.3.3.8 Intelligent ............................................................................................................ 168
5.3.3.8.1 Perimeter Intrusion ..................................................................................... 168
5.3.3.8.2 Line-Crossing ............................................................................................... 170
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5.3.3.8.3 Foreign/Missing Object ............................................................................... 172
5.3.3.8.4 Pedestrian Detection .................................................................................. 174
5.3.3.8.5 Face Detection ............................................................................................ 176
5.3.3.8.6 Cross-Counting Detection ........................................................................... 178
5.3.3.8.7 Sound Detection ......................................................................................... 180
5.3.3.8.8 Tamper Detection ....................................................................................... 181
5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule ......................................................................................... 182
5.3.3.8.10 Cross-Counting Analysis ............................................................................ 183
5.3.4 Record ..................................................................................................................... 184
5.3.4.1 Stream ................................................................................................................. 184
5.3.4.1.1 Main Stream................................................................................................ 184
5.3.4.1.2 Sub Stream .................................................................................................. 186
5.3.4.1.3 Mobile Stream ............................................................................................ 187
5.3.4.2 Record ................................................................................................................. 188
5.3.4.2.1 Record ......................................................................................................... 188
5.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule ......................................................................................... 189
5.3.4.3 Snapshot ............................................................................................................. 191
5.3.4.3.1 Snapshot ..................................................................................................... 191
5.3.4.3.2 Snapshot Schedule ...................................................................................... 192
5.3.5 Alarm ....................................................................................................................... 194
5.3.5.1 Motion Alarm ...................................................................................................... 194
5.3.5.2 PIR Alarm............................................................................................................. 196
5.3.5.3 I/O Alarm............................................................................................................. 198
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm ................................................................................................. 200
5.3.5.5 PTZ Linkage ......................................................................................................... 202
5.3.5.6 Exception Alarm .................................................................................................. 203
5.3.6 Network .................................................................................................................. 204
5.3.6.1 General................................................................................................................ 204
5.3.6.1.1 General ........................................................................................................ 204
5.3.6.1.2 PPPoE .......................................................................................................... 205
5.3.6.1.4 Port Configuration ...................................................................................... 206
5.3.6.2 DDNS ....................................................................................................................... 207
5.3.6.3 Email........................................................................................................................ 208
5.3.6.3.1 Email Configuration .................................................................................... 208
5.3.6.3.2 Email Schedule ............................................................................................ 209
5.3.6.4 FTP....................................................................................................................... 211
5.3.6.4.1 FTP ............................................................................................................... 211
5.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule ............................................................................................... 212
5.3.6.5 HTTPS .................................................................................................................. 214
5.3.6.6 IP Filter ................................................................................................................ 215
5.3.7 Device ...................................................................................................................... 216
5.3.7.1 Disk ...................................................................................................................... 216
5.3.7.2 Cloud ................................................................................................................... 217
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5.3.8 System ..................................................................................................................... 219
5.3.8.1 General................................................................................................................ 219
5.3.8.1.1 Date and Time ............................................................................................. 219
5.3.8.2 User Account ....................................................................................................... 221
5.3.8.3 Maintenance ....................................................................................................... 223
5.3.8.3.1 Log ............................................................................................................... 223
5.3.8.3.2 Load Default ................................................................................................ 224
5.3.8.3.3 Upgrade....................................................................................................... 224
5.3.8.3.4 Auto Reboot ................................................................................................ 225
5.3.8.4 IPCam Maintain................................................................................................... 226
5.3.8.4.1 Reboot IPCam ............................................................................................. 226
5.3.8.5 Local Setting ........................................................................................................ 226
5.3.8.6 Information ......................................................................................................... 227
5.3.8.6.1 Information ................................................................................................. 227
5.3.8.6.2 Channel Information ................................................................................... 228
5.3.9 Login Information.................................................................................................... 228
5.3.10 Logout ................................................................................................................. 228
6.
Specification .............................................................................................................. 229
7.
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................... 232
8.
Usage Maintenance ................................................................................................... 234
Appendix A: IR Remote Control ......................................................................................... 235
Appendix B: Push Notification ........................................................................................... 236
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Chapter
1
1. Introduction
EverFocus’ VANGUARD 16x8H Plus is a hybrid DVR supporting AHD/TVI/SD cameras and IP
cameras. Operating on a Linux-based system, the DVR is able to install up to 4 SATA HDDs with
8TB storage capacity per HDD. Besides, the DVR also supports one e-SATA for external backup
storage. Moreover, 16 channels video looping outputs are also provided.
VANGUARD 16x8H Plus supports video analytics, multi-channel playback at multiple speed options
and easy data search by event, snapshot or sub-periods. Users may enable and perform the
specified functions through the local OSD menu or Web interface. Furthermore, you can output
the video to a 4K monitor through HDMI; or use Mobile Application to remotely view camera
streams from DVR through your handheld devices; or use EverFocus CMS video management
system for remote management.
EverFocus’ H.265 VANGUARD series DVRs are the best choice for a complete surveillance solution.
It is versatile, flexible and well catered to the needs of the industry.
Line Level
Audio Input
Monitor
(HDMI / VGA)
Line Level
Audio Out
Alarm In / Out
and RS-485
Network
Power supply
AHD/TVI/SD
Cameras
3.5" HDD
EverFocus Web Remote IP Camera
Mouse / USB Storage
CMS
Client
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1.1 Features
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Supports hybrid mode:
Analog: Up to 16CH 8MP AHD/TVI/CVBS cameras
IP: Up to 8CH 8MP IP cameras
Megapixel resolution over standard coaxial / UTP cable
Supports H.265 / H.264 compression format
Supports cloud storage with Dropbox (Snapshot)
Supports 16CH looping outputs
Supports ONVIF 2.0 IP cameras
Control methods: mouse / IR remote controller
Remote configuration from built-in web interface
Supports video analytics
Integrates with EverFocus CMS
Supports multi-language
Supports mobile App: eFVMS App
79.5mm/3.13"
1.2 Dimensions
430mm / 16.93"
399.3mm / 15.72"
1.3 Packing List
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DVR x 1
• Quick Installation Guide x 1
Power Cord x 1
• Rack Ear x 2
Mouse x 1
• CD x 1 (Please see Note 3.)
HDD Bracket x 4
• IR Remote Control x 1 (with two AAA
Screw Pack x 1 (Sliver Screw x 16, Washer
batteries) *Please see Note 4.
Head Screw x 8, M3 (φ6.8) Screw x 4)
Note:
1. Equipment configurations and supplied accessories vary by country. Please consult your
local EverFocus office or agents for more information. Please also keep the shipping carton
for possible future use.
2. Contact the shipper if any items appear to have been damaged in the shipping process.
3. The CD contains the IP Utility software, User Manual and Quick Installation Guide.
4. Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
a. Use only two AAA dry cell batteries.
b. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire as it may explode.
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1.4 Front Panel
1
2
3
No.
Name
Description
Power: When power is on, the LED will continue lighting in green.
HDD: When power is on, the LED will continue lighting in red. When
HDD is reading/writing data, the LED will flashes red.
1
LED Indicator
2
IR Receiver
Receiver for signals from the IR remote control. Please refer to
Appendix A. IR Remote Control.
3
USB2.0 Port
USB2.0 port for connecting to a mouse or an external storage device.
1.5 Rear Panel
1
2
3
5
8
7
No. Name
4
9
6
10
11 12
Description
Connects to audio input devices, such as microphones. Note that the
microphones with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are
required.
1
Audio Input
2
Loop Video
Output 1~16
You can also optionally connect the monitors to each Loop Video
Output to display the video of the corresponding channel.
3
Audio Output
Connects to an audio output device, such as speakers. Note that the
speakers with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are
required.
4
VGA Port
Connects to a monitor using a VGA cable.
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5
Terminal Block
The Terminal Block provides 16 alarm inputs, 1 alarm output and RS-485
connection (see 3.1 Terminal Block).
6
e-SATA
Connects to an external e-SATA storage device.
7
Video Input
Connects the AHD/TVI/SD cameras to the Video Input.
8
HDMI Port
Connects to a monitor using a HDMI cable.
9
LAN
Connects to the Network.
10
USB2.0 Port
The USB2.0 port for connecting to a mouse or external storage device.
11
Power Port
Connects to a 12VDC power source.
12
Power Switch
Press to turn on or off the power.
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Chapter
2
2. Connection and Installation
2.1 Hard Disk Installation
You can install up to four 3.5” HDDs. The maximum capacity of each HDD is 8TB.
1. Make sure the DVR is power-off. Unscrew the ten housing screws on the DVR, and remove
the housing cover from the DVR.
2. Find the SATA cable inside the DVR, and connect the SATA cable to the SATA port on the HDD
(left image). Find the internal power cable, and connect the internal power cable to the HDD
(right image).
3. Place the HDDs inside the DVR, screw the HDDs from the bottom side of the DVR using the
supplied Screws. After installing the HDDs, screw the housing cover back to the DVR.
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2.1.1 Hard Disk Compatibility List
Please go to the product page (Download) on EverFocus’ Website www.everfocus.com.tw to see
the latest Storage Compatibility List. It’s recommended to use the hard disk models listed on the
Storage Compatibility List to ensure your hard disks are compatible.
Note: If using two or more hard disks, please choose the hard disks with the same capacity.
2.2 Basic Connection
Line Level
Audio Input
3
2
Line Level
Audio Out
Network
1
Camera 1~16
5
Monitor
(HDMI / VGA)
4
6
7
8
Power
supply
3.5" HDD
VANGUARD Web Remote IP Camera
CMS
Client
Mouse
1. To record videos, install 3.5” HDD(s) to the DVR. Please refer to 2.1 Hard Disk Installation.
2. Connect the TVI/AHD/SD cameras to the BNC ports.
3. Connect microphones to the audio input ports to transmit audio from the camera to the DVR.
Note that the microphones with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
4. To view videos at local site, connect a monitor to the HDMI or VGA port using the HDMI or
VGA cable supplied by the monitor manufacturer.
5. To listen to the audio from device side, connect speakers to the audio output. Note that the
speakers with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
6. Use a standard RJ-45 CAT5 Ethernet cable to connect the DVR to the network and then
optionally connect IP cameras to the DVR.
7. Optionally connect a mouse to the DVR to control the system. You can also control the
system using the supplied IR Remote Control).
8. Use the supplied Power Cord and Adaptor to connect the DVR to the power outlet.
2.2.1
Terminal Block
VANGUARD 16x8H Plus provides 16 alarm inputs, 1 alarm output and 1 RS-485.
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2.3
Accessing the Web Interface
You can look up the IP address and access the Web interface of the DVR using the IP Utility (IPU)
program, which is included in the software CD. The IP Utility can also be downloaded from
EverFocus’ Website: http://www.everfocus.com.tw/product/ip-utility/
Please connect the DVR on the same LAN of your computer.
1.
in your computer. Double click the .exe file and follow the
Save IP Utility Setup .exe
on‐screen instructions to install the IP Utility.
2.
Click the Finish button, the IP Utility will be automatically launched to search the IP devices
connected on the same LAN.
3.
To access the Live View window, double click the IP address of the desired device, the login
window pops up. Type the user ID and password to log in.
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Note for the first time login:

When the Plug-in blocked appears on the browser, click download to download the
plug-in and install to your computer. Reload the webpage and you should see the
remote live view page now.
If you encounter the following problem or still can’t access the remote Web interface, please
follow the instructions below:
 If the ActiveX is not downloaded successfully, please check if your browser’s safety level or
firewall setting is set too high. Enable the following options on the Security Settings
window (IE Browser < Tools < Internet Options < Security < Internet < Custom Level).
 Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls
 Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting
 If your PC or laptop is running with Windows, it’s required to run the browser as
administrator when first entering the remote web page of the device. Go to C:\Program
Files (x86)\Internet Explorer, right-click the browser and then click Run as administrator.
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 If you are unable to backup or record during remote operation, you may need to turn off
the firewall and turn User Account Control off.
To turn User Account Control off, on the computer, click Start > Control Panel > System
and Security > Action Center (click Change User Account Control Settings), the User
Account Control Settings window appears. Adjust the slide bar to Never Notify and then
click OK. Restart your computer if requested.
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Chapter
3
3. Getting Started
After pressing the power switch to turn on the DVR, the DVR will enter the System Initialization
process. When the process is done, it’s required to set up a password for the administrator
account immediately in order to protect your privacy.
Language: Select an OSD language.
Device ID: Input the device ID. The default ID is 000000. For more details about the Device ID,
please refer to 4.9.1.1 General.
New Admin name: Optionally input a name if you want to set up a name of the administrator
account.
Password Strength: Displays the security strength of the setup password.
New Admin Password: Set up a password of the administrator account. The password must be a
combination of at least 8 characters (alphabetic, numeric, or special characters).
Confirm Password: Enter the password again.
Enable Unlock Pattern: If you want to login the system with a pattern lock, select Enable from the
drop-down list and then click the Draw button to draw a pattern. To disable the Unlock Pattern
function, please refer to User Edit in 4.9.2 User Account.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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After clicking the Apply button, the below Unlock page appears. Input the User Name, Password
and then click Unlock.
3.1 Turning On / Off the Power
Before powering on the DVR, please make sure the internal HDDs have been installed properly.
Once you have completed the basic cable connections, you are ready to turn on the DVR. Simply
plug in the power source and then press the Power Switch on the rear panel of the DVR to turn
on the DVR. The POWER LED will light up if power is normal. Once the system has finished
loading, you can start setting up the menu options for the DVR.
To turn off the power, please refer to Shutdown in 4.10 Exit for more details.
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3.2 Startup Wizard
The Startup Wizard will guide you through some basic settings for the DVR. Please follow the onscreen instructions to proceed.
Note: If you don’t want to run the startup Wizard to make any settings when you restart the DVR
next time, you can go to OSD Menu > System > General and then uncheck the Start wizard
function.
1. Click the Start Wizard button to start with the startup wizard.
2. Configure the Network settings. Click Next to proceed.
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【Local Connection】
DHCP: For DHCP users, check DHCP, the router will automatically assign all the below IP
parameters to the DVR.
IP Address: The IP address of the DVR. The IP address consists of four groups of numbers,
separated by periods. For example, “192.168.001.100”.
Subnet Mask: Subnet mask is a network parameter which defines a range of IP addresses that
can be used on a network. The subnet address also consists of four groups of numbers,
separated by periods. For example, “255.255.000.000”.
Gateway: This address allows the DVR to access the Internet. The format of the Gateway
address is the same as the IP Address. For example, “192.168.001.001”.
【DNS】
DNS1 is the primary DNS server and DNS2 is a backup DNS server. Usually, it’s enough to just
enter the DNS1 server address.
【Port】
Web Port: The Web port can be used to remotely login the DVR (e.g. using the Web Client). If
the default port 80 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
Client Port: The Client port can be used to send information through (e.g. using the mobile
app). If the default port 9000 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
RTSP Port: The RTSP port allows the DVR to transmit real-time streaming to other devices (e.g.
using a streaming media player).
HTTPS: The Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a combination of the Hypertext
Transfer Protocol and the SSL/TLS protocol that provides encrypted communication and secure
identification of a network web server.
【PPPoE】
PPPoE is an advanced protocol that allows the DVR to connect to the network via a DSL
modem. To enable the PPPoE function, check Enable PPPoE, input the User Name and
Password provided by your Internet Service Provider.
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3. Configure the Date/Time settings. You can also configure the NTP and DST settings. Click Next
to proceed.
【Date and Time】
Date: Click on the calendar icon to set the system date.
Time: Click to set the system time.
Date Format: Select a date format from the drop-down list.
Time Format: Select a time format from the drop-down list.
Time Zone: Select a time zone of your region.
【NTP】
NTP stands for Network Time Protocol. This feature allows you to synchronize the DVR date
and time automatically over the Internet with the NTP server. Please ensure the DVR has been
connected to the Internet before enabling the NTP function.
To enable NTP, check Enable NTP, select an NTP server from the drop-down list or input one of
your region. Click Update Now.
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【DST】
DST stands for Daylight Saving Time.
Enable DST: Check the box to enable the Daylight Saving Time (DST) function.
Time Offset: Select the amount of time to offset for DST.
Daylight Saving Time: Choose to set up the daylight saving time in weeks or in days.
Start Time/End Time: Set the start time and end time for DST.
4. This page is only available if the hybrid mode (HVR) is selected (refer to 4.9.1.1 General for
more details). You can add IP cameras on this page (please refer to 4.1.1.2 IP Channels for
more details). Click Next to proceed.
The DVR will automatically detect the IP cameras connected on the same network. You can
also click the Search button to search for the IP cameras again.
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To add IP cameras to the DVR:
a. Select the desired IP camera(s) on the left-side IP camera list.
b. Click
to add the selected IP camera(s) to the DVR. Input the User Name and Password
of the IP camera(s).
c. You can also click on the right-side list to add an individual IP camera to a single channel.
Please refer to 4.1.1.2 IP Channels for more details.
5. Configure the Disk settings. For the first time use HDD or a new HDD, users have to format the
HDD before use. Click to select the HDD in the Select column and then click Format HDD to
format the selected HDD. You can also setup to overwrite the HDD. Click Next to proceed.
Overwrite: Select Auto to enable the overwrite function; Off to disable the overwrite function.
If Auto is selected, the DVR will overwrite the oldest files on the HDD when HDD is full. If Off is
selected, please check the HDD status regularly, to make sure the HDD is not full.
The 1/3/7/14/30/90 Days stands for the last number of days to keep in the HDD. For example,
if 3 Days is selected, the last 3 days recordings will be kept in the HDD.
Note:
1. Please connect the HDDs to the system in advance.
2. Clicking the Format HDD button will effectively erase the entire data in the HDD! If you
do not want to format the HDD, click the Next button to proceed.
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6. The DVR will apply the resolution best suit the connected monitor. If you want to change the
output resolution, select an output resolution that matches your monitor. Click the Apply
button. Click Next to proceed.
7. Mobile information. You can scan the QR code with EverFocus eFVMS App installed on your
mobile device to add the DVR to your app and then remotely access the DVR (please refer to
4.9.5.1 System Info for more details). Click Next to proceed.
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8. The setup information through this wizard will be displayed on the Summary page. Click Finish
to close the wizard.
Note: You can check “Do not show this window next time” if you do not want to run the
startup Wizard to make any settings when you restart the DVR next time.
9. After clicking the Finish button, the system will enter the Live View window (refer to 3.4 Live
View Window).
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10. To start using the DVR, click any function and the Unlock window appears. Input the password
of the DVR and then click the Unlock button to unlock the screen, the OSD Setup menu
appears. You can start using the DVR. Please refer to 4. OSD Menu for more details.
Channel
Record
Layout
Playback
Alarm
Express
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3.3 General Operation on the OSD Menu
Channel
Record
Layout
Playback
Alarm
Express
Network
Device
System
Exit
【OSD Menu】
1. On the Live View window, right click the mouse, the OSD Menu appears.
2. Click on any icons to enter the setup menus.
3. To exit the OSD menu, right click the mouse. You can also exit each sub menu by right
clicking the mouse.
【Text Box】
Click on the box and an on-screen keyboard will appear.
【On-Screen Keyboard】
Click on a button to input that character.
Switch to capital letters
Confirm the selection
Delete the letter
backwards
Move to the left or right
Enter a space
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【Drop-Down Box】
Click on the down arrow to see all selections, then directly click on an option to select it.
【Check Box】
Click on the box to enable it (checked) or disable it (unchecked).
【Button】
Click the button to execute the function.
【Slider】
Slide the bar to the left or right for adjusting the value.
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3.4 Live View Window
1
2
No
Name
1
Camera Title
2
Live Channel
Tool Bar
4
3
5
6
7
8
9 10
Description
The word prefixed to the Camera Title represents:
A-: The connected camera is an AHD camera.
T-: The connected camera is a TVI camera.
C-: The connected camera is a CVI camera.
IP: The connected camera is an IP camera.
Left click any channel can display its Live Channel Tool Bar to perform
functions including Manual Record, manual Snapshot, Instant Playback
and etc.. Please refer to 3.5 Live Channel Tool Bar for more details.
The Status Icons displayed on the upper-right corner of each channel
are designed to alert users when any of the following situations occur:
3
Status Icons
S
The channel is currently recording
Motion event is detected
External I/O alarm is triggered
HDD error
HDD unformatted
HDD full
Intelligent (smart) event is triggered
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The wordings displayed on the channel represent:
4
Channel State
VIDEO LOSS: Analog camera is disconnected.
No Camera: IP camera is disconnected.
5
System Date
and Time
Displays system date and time. To change system date and time, go to
OSD Menu > System > General > Date and Time.
6
Quick Add
The Quick Add icon only displays on the IP camera channel. Click to
open the Quick Add menu to add IP cameras. Please refer to 4.1.1.2 IP
Channels for more details.
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Drag Channel
Icon
You can drag and drop a channel to the desired position on the layout.
Click on a channel, a Drag Channel icon will display. Drag and drop the
channel to the desired position on the layout.
Double-click on a channel can display the channel in full screen. To exit
the full screen mode, double-click on the channel again.
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Live Channel
In full screen mode, you can:
•
Left-click to bring up the Live Channel Tool Bar. Please refer to
3.5 Live Channel Tool Bar for more details.
•
Scroll the mouse to zoom in or zoom out the images, and then
use your mouse to drag the image to the desired positions to spot
on a specific area.
Move your mouse cursor to the left or right edge of the screen, the
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Layout Page
Icons
Edit
Next icon or Previous icon
will appear. Click the Previous / Next
icon to turn to the previous / next layout pages. For example, for 16CH
device, if you select 9-Division, click the next layout page icon (on the
right side) will display the next 9-division layout with channel 10-16.
The Edit icon
only displays on the IP camera channel. When IP
camera connection failed, this icon will appear. Click to open the Edit
Connection Information menu to edit the IP camera parameters.
Please refer to 4.1.1.2 IP Channels for more details.
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3.5 Live Channel Tool Bar
You can left-click any channel on the Live View Window to bring up its Live Channel Tool Bar.
1
No
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name
Description
1
Manual Record
Click the button to start manual recording. During the process of
manual recording, the icon will display in red. Click the button again to
stop manual recording.
2
Click to take a snapshot of the channel. You can then using the
Playback panel to playback the snapshot images. Please refer to
Manual Snapshot
4.7.3.7 Snapshot. To configure the snapshot parameters or set up the
snapshot schedule, please refer to 4.2.3 Snapshot.
3
Quick Playback
Click to playback the latest 5 minutes recording of this channel. Click X
to exit the Instant Playback mode. To configure the quick playback
start time, please refer to 4.8.1 Quick Playback.
4
PTZ
Click to bring up the PTZ Control window. Please refer to 3.5.2 PTZ
Control Panel for more details.
5
Zoom
Click to start the digital zoom function. Please refer to 3.5.1 Digital
Zoom (PIP) for more details.
6
Image Settings
Click to bring up the Color Setting window. You can adjust the Hue,
Brightness, Contrast and Saturation for each channel individually.
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Stream Switch
This icon is only available for IP cameras. Click to switch between HD
and SD stream to be displayed on the live view channel. To adjust the
HD (main stream), SD (sub stream) configurations, please refer to
4.2.1.1 Main Stream and 4.2.1.2 Sub Stream.
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Add Customized
Tag
You can add a tag of the selected time to this channel. Input a tag
name and then click Save. To search for the tags, go to Playback > Tag,
please refer to 4.7.3.5 Tag.
9
Audio
Click to turn on or turn off the audio, or adjust audio volume.
10
Manual Alarm
Click to manually trigger alarm output of the channel.
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3.5.1
Digital Zoom (PIP)
You can use the Digital Zoom function to have a close-up view on the desired locations of a
live channel.
Live full screen channel
Preview Window
Navigation Box
To perform the digital zoom function:
1. On the Live View window, left-click on a channel to display its Live Channel Tool Bar and
then click the Zoom icon, the channel will be displayed in full screen with a Preview
Window on the bottom-right corner of the screen.
2. Scroll the mouse upward/downward to zoom in/out, a Navigation Box will be displayed on
the Preview Window.
3. Drag the Navigation Box and drop it to the position where you want to have a close-up
view.
4. To exit the Digital Zoom mode, right-click the mouse.
5. To return to the Live View window, double-click on the Live full screen channel.
Note: You can also perform the Digital Zoom function by scrolling the mouse directly on the
Live View to zoom in or zoom out the images, and then drag the live view image to the
desired positions to spot on a specific area.
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3.5.2
PTZ Control Panel
With the PTZ Control Panel, you can control the connected PTZ cameras or enter the analog
camera OSD using the UTC panel.
On the Live View window, select a PTZ camera by clicking on the channel, the selected
channel will be highlighted with a red frame. Left-click on the channel to display its Live
Channel Tool Bar and then click the PTZ icon to bring up the PTZ Control panel.
PTZ Control Panel
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3.5.2.1 PTZ Control
Click PTZ to display the PTZ Control panel. With this panel, you can control the connected
PTZ camera.
Note that before using this function, you have to connect the PTZ cameras to the DVR and
configure the related PTZ settings. Please refer to 4.1.4 PTZ.
PTZ Control Panel
Select a channel
Click to enter the PTZ Setting panel
Direction Buttons / Auto Pan Button
Operation Speed
Adjusting Zoom, Focus, IRIS
Channel: Click to select a PTZ camera you want to control.
PTZ: Click PTZ to enter the PTZ Control panel.
Direction Buttons: Click the direction buttons to force the PTZ camera to turn to the
direction.
Auto Pan
function.
: Click to start the Auto Pan (360°) function. Click again to stop the Auto Pan
Speed: Switch the bar to the left or right to adjust the operation speed.
Zoom: Click + or – to zoom in or zoom out.
Focus: Click + or – to focus near or focus far.
Iris: Click + or – to adjust the Iris.
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3.5.2.2 Preset Setting
Click Preset to enter the Preset Setting panel. On this panel, you can set up Preset positions,
perform the Go to Preset function and also perform the Tour function.
Preset Setting Panel
Select a channel
Click to enter the Preset Setting
panel
Direction Buttons / Auto Pan Button
Preset / Tour Setting
Preset List
To set up Preset Points:
1.
Click on the No. input box and input a preset number (1-255).
2.
Click on the Time input box to set up a dwell time for this preset number (for Tour
function).
3.
Use the direction buttons or Zoom/Focus/Iris buttons to search for the location for this
preset number.
4.
Click the
button to save this preset point and then jump to the next preset number
for configuration. Follow Step 2-3 to set up multiple preset points.
5.
After setting up the preset points, click the Save button to save the settings.
6.
To clear the setup preset points, select a preset number in the No. input box and then
click the Clear button
. Or you can also click the Clear button of a specific preset
number on the Preset List.
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To perform the Go to Preset Point function:
1.
Set up the preset points in advance. Please refer to the steps of “To set up Preset Points”
above.
2.
Select a preset number (1-255) by clicking on the No. input box.
3.
Click the Go To button
4.
You can also click the Go To button of a specific preset number on the Preset List to go
to the selected preset point.
.
To perform the Tour function:
1. Set up the preset points in advance. Please refer to the steps of “To set up Preset Points”
above.
2. Click the Start Tour button, the PTZ camera will start cruising based on the pre-configured
preset points with the dwell time.
3. To stop the Tour function, click the Stop Tour button.
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3.5.2.3 UTC Control
Click UTC to enter the UTC Control panel. On this panel, you can display the analog camera
OSD menu and configure the camera OSD settings.
Note: For EverFocus’ PTZ cameras, only the UTC-supported PTZ cameras support the UTC
function.
Select a channel
Click to enter the UTC control panel
Select a Protocol
Operation Keys
To perform the UTC Control function:
1.
Select a camera and then select UTC1 or UTC2 from the Protocol drop-down list.
2.
Click the
3.
You can use the Up / Down / Left / Right buttons to select among the OSD menu items
and use
button, the camera OSD menu will be displayed.
as the Enter button to enter the setup menu.
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Chapter
4
4. OSD Menu
You can use the OSD Menu to configure system settings. To bring up the OSD Menu, right click on
the screen.
Channel
Record
Layout
Playback
Alarm
Express
Network
Device
System
Exit
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4.1 Channel
In this section, you are allowed to configure the settings including analog cameras, IP cameras,
live view display, PTZ setup, motion setup and more.
4.1.1
Channel
4.1.1.1 IP Channels
This page will only appear when HVR hybrid mode is selected (OSD < System < General). You
can add IP cameras manually or automatically using this page.
You can add IP cameras manually or automatically using this page.
Search: Click to search for the IP cameras on the network. The searched IP cameras will be
displayed on the upper list.
Add: Click to manually add IP camera one by one to the DVR. The added IP camera will be
displayed on the lower list.
Add All: Click to automatically add the first 2/4/8 IP cameras to the DVR based on the
supported number of IP camera of your device. Please refer to 4.1.1.2.1 Auto Add IP
Cameras for more details.
Camera Search: The added IP camera would not be able to connect to the DVR if its IP
address is not on the same network segment with the DVR. Therefore, you can use this
function to reassign an IP address to all added IP cameras with the same network segment
as DVR’s.
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Channel Delete: On the added IP cameras list, check the IP camera boxes and then click the
Channel Delete button to delete the selected IP cameras from the list.
Default Password: Click to bring-up the Set The Protocol Default Password page. You can
configure the default password for various protocols. When adding IP cameras to the DVR,
the DVR will automatically apply the Default Password to the IP cameras based on their
protocol. To configure Protocol settings, please refer to 4.1.1.3 Protocol Manage.
You can also use the buttons on the Added IP Camera list to perform the functions:
Delete: Click
to delete the IP camera.
Add: Click
to bring up the Add IP Camera window to add an IP camera. Please refer to
4.1.1.2.2 Manually Add IP Cameras for more details.
Edit: Click
Modify: Click
to edit IP camera profile.
to modify IP camera settings.
State: Shows the status of the IP camera.
indicates connection failed.
indicates
connection succeeded. Click the can pop-up a live window of the IP camera.
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4.1.1.2.1 Auto Add IP Cameras
To automatically add all searched IP cameras to DVR, click Search and then click the Add All
button. The DVR will add the first 2/4/8 IP cameras to the DVR based on the supported
number of IP camera of your device.
4.1.1.2.2 Manually Add IP Cameras
1. Click Add to bring-up the Add IP Camera page.
2. Click Search to search for the IP cameras on the network. Note that the IP cameras that
have been added to the DVR will not be displayed.
3. To select an IP camera, click an IP camera on the list, the clicked IP camera will be
highlighted with a blue background.
4. Configure the IP camera settings at the lower section.
IP Address/Domain: Input the IP address or domain name of the IP camera.
Alias: Input a channel name for the IP camera.
Position: Select a position to display the camera name on the live channel.
Port: Port of the IP camera.
Protocol: Select a protocol. For Custom protocol, please refer to 4.1.1.3 Protocol Manage.
User Name: Input the user name of the IP camera.
Password: Input the password of the IP camera.
Bind Channel: Select a channel for the IP camera to be applied to.
5. Click Add and the IP camera will be added to the channel.
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4.1.1.2 Protocol Manage
On this page, you can edit RTSP (Custom 1-16) protocol for IP camera connection.
Custom Protocol: Select a custom RTSP protocol profile from the drop-down list to be
configured. Up to 6 profiles can be configured.
Protocol Name: Input a name for this RTSP protocol profile.
Stream Type: Indicates Main Stream and Sub Stream are supported. You can separately
configure the Main Stream and Sub Stream settings below.
Enable Sub Stream: Check the Sub Stream checkbox if you want to enable sub stream for
this RTSP protocol.
• Type: Select RTSP.
• Port: Input the RTSP port of your IP camera. Keep 554 as the RTSP port.
• Resources Path: Input the RTSP URL syntax in the box. For example:
rtsp://[IP Address]:[Port]/ip[A]/[B]
rtsp://192.168.31.33:554/ip01/0
* IP Address: The IP address of the DVR
* A: Channel number. 01 (ch1), 02 (ch2), and so on
* B: Stream Type: 0 (main stream), 1 (sub stream)
Click Apply to save the settings or Default to apply the default setting.
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4.1.2
Live
You can configure camera OSD or image settings on this page.
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Setup: Click
to enter the OSD and image setup page. You can use the left-side panel to
adjust the parameters. After configuring the settings, click Apply to apply the settings.
Select a channel
Optional input a channel name
IP cameras only. Select a date format.
IP cameras only. Select a time format.
IP cameras only. Select a video signal type.
Analog cameras only. Select a camera type (Auto, AHD, TVI, CVI).
Analog cameras only. Select an AHD EQ (Enhanced Quality) level
based on camera video cable.
Select to covert the camera stream on the live view. The channel
will be black-out on the Live Window, however, the system will
still record the streams.
Select to display channel name or time on the live channel
Image Setting:
Adjust Hue, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation for the camera
Click to restore the Image Setting parameters to default value
Default: Click to restore all value above to default value.
Apply: Click to apply all value to the camera.
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Covert: Select to covert the camera stream on the live view. The channel will be black-out on
the Live Window, however, the system will still record the streams.
Channel Name: Optionally input a channel name.
Show Name: Check the box to display the channel name on the live channel.
Date Format: For supported IP cameras only. Select a date format.
Time Format: For supported IP cameras only. Select a time format.
Record Time: Check the box to enable recording the time to the recording files.
Signal Format: For supported IP cameras only. Select a system format (50Hz or 60Hz).
Camera Type: Analog cameras only. Select a camera type (Auto, AHD, TVI, CVI, AHD-3MP,
AHD-4MP, AHD-5MP, AHD-8MP).
EQ Levels: Analog cameras only. Select an AHD EQ (Enhanced Quality) level based on camera
video cable.
Camera Upgrade: Analog cameras only. Check the box in the Camera Upgrade column to
select a camera and then click the Camera Upgrade button to upgrade camera FW. Please
store the FW file in a USB storage device and insert the USB device to the DVR in advance.
Copy: Analog cameras only. You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other
channels. To perform the Copy function:
1. Click an analog camera on the list and the clicked camera will be highlighted with a
blue frame.
2. Click the Copy button, the Parameter Copy window appears.
3. Select a channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the
parameters you would like to apply to other channels.
4. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field.
5. Click the Copy button, the selected channels will be applied with the same parameters
as the source channel.
Click Apply to save the settings or Default to apply the default setting.
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4.1.3
Image Control
You can configure the image settings for supported IP cameras.
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Setup: Click
to enter the setup page. You can use the left-side panel to adjust the
parameters. The system will automatically save the settings.
Day/Night Mode
Delay Switch(s)
Flip
Mirror
Channel: Select a channel number.
Day/Night Mode: Select a Day/Night mode for the camera to display the color or B/W images.
• GPIO Auto: Select GPIO Auto for the camera to automatically switch to day or night mode.
You can further set up a Delay Switch time (second) in the below field.
• Color Mode: Select Color Mode for the camera to display color images.
• Black White Mode: Select Black White Mode for the camera to display B/W images.
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• Schedule (B/W): Select Schedule (B/W) for the camera to display B/W images during the
setup time range. Please select the Start Time and End Time in the below field.
Delay Switch (s): This function can only be activated if you select Auto for the Day/Night
Mode. Set up a delay switch time (seconds) for the camera to auto switch between day and
night modes.
IR-LED: Select On to turn on IR LEDs; select Off to turn off IR-LED; select Auto for the camera
to automatically turn on / off the IR-LED based on the light sensor on the IP camera.
Flip: Check the box to the right to enable the Flip function. The image will be rotated vertically
around a horizontal axis.
Mirror: Check the box to the right to enable the Mirror function. The image will be rotated
horizontally around a vertical axis.
Angle Rotate: Select a rotate angle.
Backlight: Select Enable to enable the BLC (Backlight Compensation) function.
BLC Level: Adjust the level for the BLC function.
BLC Area: Select an area to apply the BLC function.
3D Noise Reduction:
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically turn on the 3DNR function.
• Manual: Select to turn on the 3DNR function based on the setup Level.
• Disable: Select to disable the 3DNR function.
WDR: Select Enable to enable the WDR function and then you will have to adjust a Level for
the WDR function.
AGC: If you select Manual in the Shutter field, set up the AGC for the camera. The lower the
AGC level, the lower the video signal and the noise.
White Balance:
• Auto: Select for the camera to automatically adjust the white balance.
• Manual: Select to adjust the Red, Green, Blue values yourself.
• Indoor: Select Indoor if your camera is installed in an indoor environment.
Shutter:
• Auto: Select for the camera to automatically adjust the Shutter.
• Manual: Select to manually adjust the shutter speed. Select a speed in the Time Exposure
field. Also set up the AGC in the AGC field above.
Time Exposure: If you select Auto in the Shutter field, the camera will automatically apply a
max. shutter speed. If you select Manual in the Shutter field, select a shutter speed from the
drop-down list.
Defog Mode:
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically turn on the Defog function.
• Manual: Select to turn on the Defog function based on the setup Level.
• Disable: Select to disable the Defog function.
Click Default to restore to default settings.
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4.1.4
PTZ
Please connect the PTZ cameras to the DVR and then configure the below PTZ settings. After
configuring the PTZ settings, you can start using the PTZ Control panel to control the PTZ
camera. Please refer to 3.5.2.1 PTZ Control.
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Signal Type: Analog for analog channels; Analog /Digital for IP channels.
Protocol: Select a communication protocol between the PTZ camera and DVR. If your camera
supports the UTC function, select UTC1 or UTC2. For more details on UTC function, please
refer to 3.5.2.3 UTC Control.
Note: For EverFocus’ PTZ cameras, only the UTC-supported PTZ cameras support the UTC
function.
Baudrate: This field is to set the speed at which is used to transmit instruction or information
from the DVR to the PTZ camera.
Data Bit / Stop Bit: The information between the DVR and PTZ camera is sent in individual
packages. The Data Bit indicates the number of bits sent, while the End Bit indicates the end of
the package and the beginning of the next (information) package.
Parity: For error check. Refer to the documentation of your PTZ camera to configure this setting
Address: Input the ID address of the PTZ camera. Note this address should match the one set up
on the PTZ camera.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. To
perform the Copy function:
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1. Click the Copy button, the Parameter Copy window appears.
2. Select a channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the
parameters you would like to apply to other channels.
3. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field.
4. Click the Copy button, the selected channels will be applied with the same parameters
as the source channel.
Click Apply to save the settings or Default to apply the default setting.
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4.1.5
Privacy Mask
This function is only available for analog cameras. The Privacy Mask can block out sensitive
areas from view. This feature is useful when users don’t want the sensitive information visible.
Up to four Privacy Masks can be configured.
To configure privacy masks:
1. Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
2. Select Enable Privacy Zone to enable the function.
3. Select the areas (masks) to be configured. The selected areas will be displayed on the
preview image. Up to 4 areas are available.
4. To resize the area, click and drag the bottom-right corner of the rectangle to resize. To drag
an area to another location, click and drag the number to relocate the area.
Click and drag to relocate
Click and drag to resize
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field and
then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.1.6
Motion
You can configure the motion settings and motion event notifications on this page. You can
also enable the Push Notification function to send motion event alerts to your mobile devices
(with eFVMS App installed). For more details on Push Notification, please refer to Appendix B:
Push Notification.
To configure the Motion Detection settings:
1. Click
to bring-up the Motion Area Setup page.
a. Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
b. Select Enable from the Switch drop-down list to enable motion detection function.
c. To set up motion detection sensitivity level, select a value from the Sensitivity dropdown list. The higher the value the higher the sensitivity.
d. By default, the whole areas are marked in red. The red blocks represents the areas are
applied with the motion detection function. You can click the mouse and drag it to
draw multiple areas. To clear a certain area, use the same method to draw on the
same area again, the motion area will be erased.
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e. To save the settings, right-click the mouse to return to the Motion Setup page and
then click Apply to save the settings.
2. To further set up the motion event notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the
Motion alarm setup page (please refer to 4.3.1 Motion).
3. If you want to activate the motion recording function, you need to configure the recording
schedule. Please refer to 4.2.2.2 Record Schedule.
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4.1.7
PIR
This function is only available when the supported analog/IP cameras with PIR function are
connected. For the supported cameras, please contact EverFocus (ts@everfocus.com.tw).
When the camera detects an object move in or out of the PIR sensor range, the DVR will start
recording or send alert notifications.
To configure the PIR Detection settings:
1. Click
to bring-up the PIR Area Setup page.
a. Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
b. Select Enable from the Switch drop-down list to enable PIR detection function.
c. To set up PIR detection sensitivity level, select a value from the Sensitivity drop-down
list. The higher the value the higher the sensitivity.
d. Click Select All to set the whole screen of the camera as PIR detection area. Click
Delete All to clear the whole area. You can also set up an area by drawing a polygon
shape (at least five sides) on the image. You can also drag the area and drop it to the
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desired location on the image. If you want to adjust the size of the area, drag the red
dots to re-size.
e. To save the settings, right-click the mouse to return to the PIR Setup page and then
click Apply to save the settings.
2. To further set up the PIR event notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the PIR Alarm
Settings page (please refer to 4.3.2 PIR).
3. If you want to activate the PIR recording function, you need to configure the recording
schedule. Please refer to 4.2.2.2 Record Schedule.
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4.1.8
Intelligent
The optional intelligent functions, including Perimeter Intrusion Detection, Line Crossing
Detection, Foreign/Missing Object Detection, Pedestrian Detection, Face Detection, Cross
Counting, Sound Detection and Tamper Detection.
4.1.8.1 Perimeter Intrusion
When objects (people, vehicle or other objects) enter in or out of a pre-defined region, the
Perimeter Intrusion Detection event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions
like event recording, Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
To configure the Perimeter Intrusion settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. Select a Sensitivity value from the drop-down list. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
3. In the Scene field, select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your camera is
installed.
4. In the Setup field, click
to set up the detection areas. Please refer to 4.1.8.1.1
Configuring Perimeter Intrusion Areas for more details.
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings
6. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
7. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
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4.1.8.1.1 Configuring Perimeter Intrusion Areas
Click the Setup button
to enter the Area setup page.
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area.
2. Select Enable from the Rule Switch drop-down list to enable this rule.
3. Define a type for this rule:
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
4. Select Enable from the IVA Lines to display the IVA line on the live streams.
5. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots
at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. Follow the steps above to configure more areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
e. You can click the Remove All button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain
area, select the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area,
and then click the Remove button.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance
the detection rate.
6. To return to the PID setup page, right-click the mouse.
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4.1.8.2 Line Crossing
When objects (people, vehicle or other objects) cross a pre-defined line, the Line Crossing
Detection event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions like event recording,
Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
To configure the Line Crossing settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. Select a Sensitivity value from the drop-down list. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
3. In the Scene field, select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your camera is
installed.
4. In the Setup field, click
to set up the detection lines. Please refer to 4.1.8.2.1
Configuring Line Crossing Detection Lines for more details.
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings
6. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
7. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
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4.1.8.2.1 Configuring Line Crossing Detection Lines
Click the Setup button to enter the Line setup page.
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first line.
2. Select Enable from the Rule Switch drop-down list to enable this rule.
3. Define a type for this rule:
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
4. To draw a line:
a. Use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
b. If you want to move the line to other position or re-draw the line, select the line by
checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, the line will change to red color.
Drag and drop the line to a desired position. Drag the red dots of the line can re-size
the line.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. Follow the steps above to configure more lines. Up to 4 lines can be configured.
e. You can click the Remove All button to remove all the lines. To remove a certain line,
select the line by checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, and then click
the Remove button.
Note: The configured lines should not be too short in order to enhance the detection
rate.
5. To return to the Line Crossing setup page, right-click the mouse.
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4.1.8.3 Foreign/Missing Object
When camera detects foreign (unattended) or missing objects in a pre-defined area, the
Foreign/Missing Object event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions like
event recording, Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
To configure the Foreign/Missing Object settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. Select a Sensitivity value from the drop-down list. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
3. In the Scene field, select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your camera is
installed.
4. In the Setup field, click
to set up the detection areas. Please refer to 4.1.8.3.1
Configuring Foreign/Missing Areas for more details.
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings
6. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
7. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
4.1.8.3.1 Configuring Foreign/Missing Areas
Click the Setup button
to enter the Area setup page.
Missing & Foreign
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1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area.
2. Select Enable from the Rule Switch drop-down list to enable this rule.
3. Define a type for this rule. Missing & Foreign: DVR will detect both missing objects and
unattended objects.
4. Select Enable from the IVA Lines to display the IVA line on the live streams.
5. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots
at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. Follow the steps above to configure more areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
e. You can click the Remove All button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain
area, select the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area,
and then click the Remove button.
Note: For foreign/missing object, please draw an area slightly larger than or equal to
the detected object, and the detected object cannot be covered.
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6. To return to the Foreign/Missing Object setup page, right-click the mouse.
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4.1.8.4 Pedestrian Detection
When camera detects moving people in a pre-defined area, the Pedestrian Detection event
will be triggered. You can configure some event actions like event recording, Email alert or
pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
Detection
To configure the Pedestrian Detection settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. In the Level field, select among Far, Middle and Near. Far level is recommended to
detect objects in long distance. Near level is recommended to detect objects in short
distance.
3. In the Scene field, select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your camera is
installed.
4. In the Setup field, click
to set up the detection areas. Please refer to 4.1.8.4.1
Configuring Pedestrian Detection Area for more details.
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings
6. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
7. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
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4.1.8.4.1 Configuring Pedestrian Detection Area
Click the Setup button
to enter the Area setup page.
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the area.
2. Select Enable from the Rule Switch drop-down list to enable this rule.
3. Define a type for this rule. Only Normal type is available.
4. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots
at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Remove All button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain
area, select the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area,
and then click the Remove button.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance
the detection rate. The whole target object (people) should be inside the area.
5. To return to the Pedestrian Detection setup page, right-click the mouse.
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4.1.8.5 Face Detection
When camera detects faces of moving people in a pre-defined area, the Face Detection
event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions like event recording, Email
alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
Detection
Detection
To configure the Face Detection settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. In the Setup field, click
to set up the detection areas. Please refer to 4.1.8.5.1
Configuring Face Detection Area for more details.
3. Click the Apply button to save the settings
4. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
5. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
4.1.8.5.1 Configuring Face Detection Area
Click the Setup button
to enter the Area setup page.
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1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the area.
2. Select Enable from the Rule Switch drop-down list to enable this rule.
3. Define a type for this rule. Only Normal type is available.
4. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots
at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Remove All button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain
area, select the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area,
and then click the Remove button.
Note: The configured areas should include the whole front face.
5. To return to the Face Detection setup page, right-click the mouse.
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4.1.8.6 Cross-Counting Detection
The camera will count the times when objects (people, vehicle or other objects) cross a predefined line, and the Cross-Counting event will be triggered. You can configure some event
actions like event recording, Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
You can search and view the statistical result of cross counting on the Intelligent Analysis
page. Please refer to 4.1.8.10 Cross-Counting Analysis.
Detection
Detection
Detection
To configure the Cross-Counting settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. Select a Sensitivity value from the drop-down list. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
3. In the Scene field, select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your camera is
installed.
4. In the Setup field, click
to set up the detection line. Please refer to 4.1.8.6.1
Configuring Cross-Counting Detection Line for more details.
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings
6. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
7. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
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4.1.8.6.1 Configuring Cross-Counting Detection Line
Click the Setup button to enter the Line setup page.
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the line.
2. Select Enable from the Rule Switch drop-down list to enable this rule.
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
3. To draw a line:
a. Use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
b. If you want to move the line to other position or re-draw the line, select the line by
checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, the line will change to red color.
Drag and drop the line to a desired position. Drag the red dots of the line can re-size
the line.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Remove All button to remove all the lines. To remove a certain line,
select the line by checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, and then click
the Remove button.
Note: The configured line should not be too short in order to enhance the detection
rate.
4. To return to the Line Crossing setup page, right-click the mouse.
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4.1.8.7 Sound Detection
This function is only available when the supported analog/IP cameras with sound detection
function are connected. For the supported cameras, please contact EverFocus
(ts@everfocus.com.tw).
To configure the Sound Detection settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. In the Rise field, select Enable to enable the Sound Rise detection. And then further set
up the Rise Sensitivity and Sound Intensity.
3. In the Decline field, select Enable to enable the Sound Decline detection. And then
further set up the Decline Sensitivity.
4. If you want to enable recording when sound detection alarm is triggered, in the Record
Schedule field, click
to set up the recording schedule. Click and drag on the schedule
time blocks to draw the blocks with blue color, which will be applied with Sound Detection.
To deselect the blocks, click and drag on the blue blocks to select again. Click Save to save
the settings.
5. Click the Apply button to save the settings
6. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
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4.1.8.8 Tamper Detection
To configure the Tamper Detection settings:
1. Check the Switch checkbox to enable the function of the channel.
2. Select a Sensitivity value from the drop-down list. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
3. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
4. To further set up the alarm notifications, click the Alarm button to enter the Alarm setup
page. Please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
5. If you want to activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the
recording schedule. Please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
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4.1.8.9 Record Schedule
In order to active the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the schedule
recording for Intelligent events. The schedule will be activated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1. Select a channel and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks.
2. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with blue color, which will
be applied with intelligent event recording function. To deselect the blocks, click and
drag on the blue blocks to select again.
3. If you want to apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels, click
the Copy button. Select a channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then
select the parameters you would like to apply to other channels. Select the desired
channels from the Target Channel field and then click the Copy button.
4. Click Apply to save the settings.
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4.1.8.10 Cross-Counting Analysis
On this page, you can search and view the statistical result of Cross-Counting Detection. For
more details on Cross-Counting Detection, please refer to 4.1.8.6 Cross-Counting.
Select the criteria and then click the Search button, the results will be listed at the lower
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4.2 Record
You can configure the recording settings on this page.
4.2.1
Stream
On this page, you can configure the recording video or network transmission picture quality.
Generally, main stream defines the recording video quality which will be saved in the HDD;
sub stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote access, for example
web client and CMS; mobile stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via
remote access through mobile devices.
4.2.1.1 Main Stream
Main stream defines the recording video quality which will be saved in the HDD.
i-Frame
Channel: Displays channel number.
Stream Type: Displays the stream type, which represents the Record Mode, Normal (4K) or
5MP, of the channel. To change the record mode, please refer to 4.9.1 General.
Resolution: Select a recording resolution.
FPS: Select a FPS (frames per second) for the recording. Please note that the FPS options
may differ if you select Normal Mode (4K) or 5MP Mode for Record Mode (please refer to
4.9.1 General).
Video Encode Type: This option is only for IP cameras. Select H.264 or H.265 based on your
IP cameras.
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Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such
as a gray wall. Select VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department
store. If VBR is selected, select a video quality next to Bitrate Control.
Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Predefined to auto-select
bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the DVR will use to record
video. Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
Audio: Select this option if you want to record audio along with video. Please ensure the
camera supports audio function and a microphone has been connected to the DVR.
i-Frame: This function is only available for certain IP cameras. Please consult EverFocus.
Input an i-Frame interval.
I/O: Select this option if you want to enable external IO alarm for Main Stream recording.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.2.1.2 Sub Stream
Sub stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote access, for example
web client and CMS.
i-Frame
Channel: Displays channel number.
Stream Type: Displays the stream type, which represents the Record Mode, Normal (4K) or
5MP, of the channel. To change the record mode, please refer to 4.9.1 General.
Resolution: Select a recording resolution.
FPS: Select a FPS (frames per second) for the recording. Please note that the FPS options
may differ if you select Normal Mode (4K) or 5MP Mode for Record Mode (please refer to
4.9.1 General).
Video Encode Type: This option is only for IP cameras. Select H.264 or H.265 based on your
IP cameras.
Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such
as a gray wall. Select VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department
store. If VBR is selected, select a video quality next to Bitrate Control.
Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Predefined to auto-select
bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the DVR will use to record
video. Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
Audio: Select this option if you want to record audio along with video. Please ensure the
camera supports audio function and a microphone has been connected to the DVR.
i-Frame: This function is only available for certain IP cameras. Please consult EverFocus.
Input an i-Frame interval.
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Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.2.1.3 Mobile Stream
Mobile stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote access through
mobile devices. Note that Mobile Stream is only available for IP cameras.
i-Frame
Channel: Displays channel number.
Switch: Check the box to enable the Mobile Stream function.
Stream Type: Displays the stream type, which represents the Record Mode, Normal (4K) or
5MP, of the channel. To change the record mode, please refer to 4.9.1 General.
Resolution: Select a recording resolution.
FPS: Select a FPS (frames per second) for the recording. Please note that the FPS options
may differ if you select Normal Mode (4K) or 5MP Mode for Record Mode (please refer to
4.9.1 General).
Video Encode Type: This option is only for IP cameras. Select H.264 or H.265 based on your
IP cameras.
Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such
as a gray wall. Select VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department
store. If VBR is selected, select a video quality next to Bitrate Control.
Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Predefined to auto-select
bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the DVR will use to record
video. Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
Audio: Select this option if you want to record audio along with video. Please ensure the
camera supports audio function and a microphone has been connected to the DVR.
i-Frame: Input an i-Frame interval.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.2.2
Record
On this page, you can configure the recording parameters and recording schedule for each
channel.
4.2.2.1 Record
Channel: Displays channel number.
Enable Channel: Check the box to enable the function of the channel.
Record Stream: Select a recording stream for the channel. If you select Dual Streams, the
system will record both Main Stream and Sub Stream. If you select Main Stream, the system
will only record Main Stream.
Pre-Record: Check the box to enable the pre-record function. The DVR will start recording a
few seconds before an alarm/event is triggered.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.2.2.2 Record Schedule
On this page, you can configure the recording schedule for Normal, Motion, I/O or PIR
recordings.
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Normal: Click the Normal button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
green color, which will be applied with normal recording function.
Motion: Click the Motion button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
yellow color, which will be applied with motion recording function. Note that for this
function to work, you will have to configure the motion settings in advance (please refer to
4.1.6 Motion).
IO: Click the IO button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule
time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with red color,
which will be applied with IO recording function. Note that for this function to work, you will
have to configure the IO settings in advance (please refer to 4.3.3 IO).
PIR: Click the PIR button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
purple color, which will be applied with PIR recording function. Note that for this function to
work, you will have to configure the PIR settings in advance (please refer to 4.1.7 PIR).
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.2.3
Snapshot
On this page, you can configure the snapshot parameters or set up the snapshot schedule.
4.2.3.1 Snapshot
On this page, you can configure the snapshot parameters.
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Auto Snapshot: Check the box to enable the Auto Snapshot function. For this function to
work, you will have to configure the Snapshot Schedule. Please refer to 4.2.3.2 Snap.
Schedule.
Stream Type: Select main stream or sub stream for the snapshot image.
Normal Interval: Configure an interval to automatically take a normal snapshot. For this
function to work, you will have to configure the Snapshot Schedule. Please refer to 4.2.3.2
Snap. Schedule.
Alarm Interval: Configure an interval to automatically take a snapshot when motion, IO
alarm is triggered. For this function to work, you will have to configure the Snapshot
Schedule. Please refer to 4.2.3.2 Snap. Schedule.
Snapshot Resolution: Select a resolution for the alarm snapshot image.
Snapshot Quality: Select an image quality for the alarm snapshot image.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
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Apply: Click to save the settings.
4.2.3.2 Snap. Schedule
On this page, you can configure the snapshot schedule.
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Normal: Click the Normal button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
green color, which will be applied with normal snapshot function.
Motion: Click the Motion button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
yellow color, which will be applied with motion snapshot function. Note that for this
function to work, you will have to configure the motion settings in advance (please refer to
4.1.6 Motion).
IO: Click the IO button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule
time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with red color,
which will be applied with IO snapshot function. Note that for this function to work, you will
have to configure the IO settings in advance (please refer to 4.3.3 IO).
PIR: Click the PIR button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
purple color, which will be applied with PIR snapshot function. Note that for this function to
work, you will have to configure the PIR settings in advance (please refer to 4.1.7 PIR).
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.3 Alarm
You can configure the alarm settings on this page.
4.3.1
Motion
After configuring the Motion Detection settings, you can further configure the Motion Alarm
settings. To configure the Motion Detection setting, click the Motion button to enter the
Motion Detection setup page (please refer to 4.1.6 Motion).
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when a motion event is triggered. Select
Disable to disable the function.
Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or both.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup time.
Record: Click
and select the desired channel(s) you want to record when a motion event is
triggered. Note that for recording function to work, the Record Schedule function has to be
configured (please refer to 4.2.2.2 Record Schedule).
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when a motion event is triggered.
Show Message: Check the box to display the motion icon
motion event is triggered.
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Send Email: Check the box to enable the Email alert function. When a motion event is
triggered, the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email
receiver. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance
(refer to 4.4.3 Email).
Full Screen Trigger: If this function is enabled and a motion event is triggered, the triggered
channel will be displayed in full screen.
FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.4.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to
Cloud (Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance,
please refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Motion: Click the Motion button to enter the Motion Detection setup page (please refer to
4.1.6 Motion).
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field and
then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.3.2
PIR
After configuring the PIR Detection settings, you can further configure the PIR Alarm settings.
To configure the PIR Detection setting, click the PIR Detection button to enter the PIR
Detection setup page (please refer to 4.1.7 PIR).
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when a PIR event is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or both.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Channel: Click
and select the desired channel(s) you want to record when a PIR event is
triggered on this channel. Note that for recording function to work, the Record Schedule
function has to be configured (please refer to 4.2.2.2 Record Schedule).
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when a PIR event is triggered.
Show Message: Check the box to display PIR on the live channel when a PIR event is triggered.
Send Email: Check the box to enable the Email alert function. When a PIR event is triggered,
the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note
that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 4.4.3
Email).
Full Screen Trigger: If this function is enabled and a PIR event is triggered, the triggered
channel will be displayed in full screen.
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FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.4.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
PIR Detection: Click the button to enter the PIR Detection setup page (please refer to 4.1.7
PIR).
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field and
then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.3.3
IO
After connecting the external IO devices to the DVR or IPCam, you can further configure the
IO Alarm settings.
Alarm In: Displays the alarm input number.
Alarm Type: Select an alarm type for the alarm input. Options include Normally-Open,
Normally-Close and Off.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when an IO event is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or both
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Channel: Click
and select the desired channel(s) you want to record when an IO event is
triggered. Note that for IO recording function to work, the Record Schedule function has to be
configured (please refer to 4.2.2.2 Record Schedule).
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when an IO event is triggered.
Show Message: Check the box to display the IO event icon on the live channel when an IO
event is triggered.
Send Email: Check the box to enable the Email alert function. When an IO event is triggered,
the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note
that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 4.4.3
Email).
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Full Screen Trigger: If this function is enabled and an IO event is triggered, the triggered
channel will be displayed in full screen.
FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.4.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field and
then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.3.4
Intelligent Alarm
After configuring the Intelligent functions settings, you can further configure the Alarm
settings for each intelligent function. To configure the Intelligent functions, click the
Intelligent button to enter each intelligent function setup page (please refer to 4.1.8
Intelligent).
The Intelligent Alarm setup configurations for each intelligent function are similar. Here we
use Perimeter Intrusion alarm setup page for example.
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when an event is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or both.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Record: Click
and select the desired channel(s) you want to record when an event is
triggered on this channel. Note that for recording function to work, the Record Schedule
function has to be configured (please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule).
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when an event is triggered.
Show Message: Check the box to display an Intelligent event icon “S” or intelligent messages
on the live channel when an event is triggered.
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Send Email: Check the box to enable the Email alert function. When an event is triggered, the
DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note that
for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 4.4.3
Email).
Full Screen Trigger: If this function is enabled and an event is triggered, the triggered channel
will be displayed in full screen.
FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.4.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.5.2 Cloud.
Intelligent: Click the button to enter each Intelligent setup page (please refer to 4.1.8
Intelligent).
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field and
then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.3.5
PTZ Linkage
You can associate an alarm trigger (motion or I/O) with a specific camera and then activate a
PTZ camera to go to a preset position when the alarm is triggered.
Channel: Displays the channel number.
Switch: Check the box to enable the PTZ Linkage function.
Motion: Check the box to trigger the PTZ Linkage function when a motion event occurs.
IO: Check the box to trigger the PTZ Linkage function when an IO event occurs.
PTZ1-4: Associates the PTZ camera with preset points. Please set up the preset points of your
PTZ (analog or IP) cameras in advance (please refer to 3.5.2.2 Preset Setting). After setting up
the preset points, click
to configure a PTZ camera and the preset number. If the PTZ
camera is assigned to CH2, select CH2 from the channel dropdown list and then select a
desired preset point. When an even is triggered, the configured PTZ camera will turn to the
preset point.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field and
then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.3.6
Exception
You can configure the system alarm settings on this page.
Event Type: Displays the event types.
•
No Space on Disk: When an HDD is full.
•
Disk Error: When the HDD is not detected properly.
•
Video Loss: When a camera is not connected properly.
Switch: Check the box to enable the function.
Buzzer: Set up the time for buzzer to sound when an event is triggered. To disable the Buzzer
function, select Disable.
Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or both.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Show Message: Check the box to display an alarm message on the upper-right corner of the
live channel when an event is triggered.
Send Email: Check the box to enable the Email alert function. When an event is triggered, the
DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note that
for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 4.4.3
Email).
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4 Network
You can configure the network settings on this page.
4.4.1
General
This page allows you to configure network parameters, such as DHCP and PPPoE.
4.4.1.1 General
The DHCP setting lets the system use an automatically assigned (dynamic) IP address. This
address can change under certain circumstances, for instance, when the DVR’s network
switch/hub has to be rebooted. DHCP server in LAN will automatically assign an IP
configuration for the network connection.
DHCP: Check the box to enable the DHCP function. The router will automatically assign all
the below IP parameters to the DVR.
IP Address: The IP address of the DVR. The IP address consists of four groups of numbers,
separated by periods. For example, “192.168.001.100”.
Subnet Mask: Subnet mask is a network parameter which defines a range of IP addresses
that can be used on a network. The subnet address also consists of four groups of numbers,
separated by periods. For example, “255.255.000.000”.
Gateway: This address allows the DVR to access the Internet. The format of the Gateway
address is the same as the IP Address. For example, “192.168.001.001”.
DNS: DNS1 is the primary DNS server and DNS2 is a backup DNS server. Usually, it’s enough
to just enter the DNS1 server address.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4.1.2 PPPoE
This is a DSL-connection application. The ISP will ask the user to input a username and
password. Contact your ISP for these details.
Note: If PPPoE is selected as the IP type, the supplied IP Utility program will not be able to
detect the device.
Check the Enable PPPoE box, and then enter the User name and Password provided by the
ISP. Click the Apply button, the system will reboot to activate the PPPoE setting.
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4.4.1.3 Port Configuration
On this page, you can configure the port settings or enable/disable the UPnP or P2P function.
Web Port: The Web port can be used to remotely login the DVR (e.g. using the Web Client).
If the default port 80 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
Client Port: The Client port can be used to send information through (e.g. using the mobile
app). If the default port 9000 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
RTSP Port: The RTSP port allows the DVR to transmit real-time streaming to other devices
(e.g. using a streaming media player).
HTTPS: The Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a combination of the Hypertext
Transfer Protocol and the SSL/TLS protocol that provides encrypted communication and
secure identification of a network web server.
UPnP: Check the box to enable the UPnP function. If you want to remotely login the DVR
using Web Client, you need to enable the UPnP function and also enable the Port
Forwarding function on your router.
Note:
1. For the UPnP function to work, an UPnP-enabled router is required.
2. If your router does not support UPnP, ensure the Port Forwarding function is manually
enabled on your router.
External IP: After enabling the UPnP function, the external IP address will be displayed.
P2P Switch: Check the box to enable the P2P function. If P2P function is enabled, a QR code
will be displayed on the System Info page. You can scan the QR code with EverFocus eFVMS
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App installed on your mobile device to add and remote access the DVR. Please refer to
4.9.5.1.1 Performing the P2P Function.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4.2
DDNS
You can configure the DDNS setting on this page. DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a
service used to map a domain name to the dynamic IP address of a network device. You can
set up the DDNS service for remote access to the DVR.
DDNS assigns a domain name (URL) to the DVR, so that the user does not need to go through
the trouble of checking if the IP address assigned by DHCP Server has changed. Once the IP is
changed, the DVR will automatically update the information to the DDNS to ensure it is always
available for remote access.
Note that before enabling the following DDNS function, user should have applied for a host
name from the DDNS service provider’s website. We highly recommend that you use
xxxx.everfocusddns.net for the simplicity of setting up your DVR. Please refer to EverFocus
DDNS on the next page.
DDNS: Check the box to enable the DDNS function.
Server: Select a DDNS service provider from the drop-down list. Note that before enabling the
following DDNS function, user should have applied for a host name from the DDS service
provider’s website.
Domain: Input the domain name obtained from the DDNS service provider.
User: Input the user name of the DDNS account.
Password: Input the password of the DDNS account.
Test DDNS: Click the button to test whether the DDNS function is working normally.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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EverFocus DDNS
Please follow the steps below to set up EverFocus DDNS.
1. In order to allow remote access to the DVR from outside of the local network, enable
either the Port Forwarding or DMZ function of your router. Please refer to the manual of
your router for more details.
2. Go to http://www.everfocusddns.net to check an available host name for the DVR. Note
that the host name of the DVR cannot include a space, underline or any special
characters particularly _~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) + < > " ; : . ,
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3. Register the host name on the DDNS setup page for the DVR.
a. Check DDNS to enable the DDNS function.
b. Select EVERFOCUS DDNS from the Server drop-down list.
c. Input the host name in the DVR Name field.
d. Click the Apply button.
4. Configure the DVR Network settings, keep Web port “80” and enable the UPnP function.
Click the Apply button.
5. The DDNS setup is now complete. Open a browser and enter the domain name
(http://[host name].everfocusddns.net) in the address field. The Web interface of the
DVR should be displayed.
For example, if you’ve obtained the host name “jjkktest” from EverFocus DDNS server,
enter http://jjkktest.everfocusddns.net in the address field of the browser.
http://jjkktest.everfocusddns.net
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4.4.3
Email
You can configure the email settings for email alerts, or configure the Email schedule on this
page.
4.4.3.1 Email Configuration
You can configure the email settings for email alerts. When events occur, the DVR will send
Email alert with a snapshot image (.jpg) to the receiver(s).
Email: Check the box to enable the Email function.
Encryption: Select an encryption if your Email server requires the SSL or TLS verification.
Select Auto if you are not sure. Select Disable to disable this function.
SMTP Port: Enter the port number used by the SMTP server.
SMTP Server: Enter the SMTP server address of your Email.
User Name: Input your Email address.
Password: Input the password of the sender.
Sender: Input the Email address of the sender (the DVR).
Receiver1-3: Input the Email address of the receiver. You can input 3 receiver email
addresses.
Interval: Configure an interval to send Emails when events occur.
Test Email: Click to test whether the Email function is working normally.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4.3.2 Email Schedule
You can configure the email schedule on this page. The selected event Email alerts will be
sent out by the scheduled time. For example, if you set up Motion on Sunday between 68am, the Motion Email alerts will only be sent out between 6-8am on Sunday.
Channel: Select a channel to configure the email schedule individually.
Motion: Click the Motion button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
green color, which will be applied with motion email alert function. To enable Motion alarm,
please refer to 4.1.6 Motion.
IO: Click the IO button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule
time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with yellow color,
which will be applied with IO email alert function. To enable IO alarm, refer to 4.3.3 IO.
Exception (HDD full, HDD error or Video Loss): Click the Exception button on the right-side
and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the
schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with red color, which will be applied with exception
email alert function. To enable Exception alarm, please refer to 4.3.6 Exception.
Intelligent Analysis: Click the Intelligent Analysis button on the right-side and then move
your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks
to draw the blocks with blue color, which will be applied with Intelligent Analysis email alert
function. To enable Intelligent Analysis alarm, please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
PIR: Click the PIR button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
purple color, which will be applied with PIR email alert function. To enable PIR alarm, please
refer to 4.1.7 PIR.
Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4.4
FTP
4.4.4.1 FTP
You can configure the FTP server setting on this page. When there is a Motion or I/O event
occurs, the system will send an instant snapshot image to the FTP. For system alarm such as
HDD lost and Video loss, the system will send alarm log to the FTP as well.
FTP Enable: Check the box to enable the function.
Server IP: Input the FTP server IP.
Test FTP: Click to test the FTP server connection.
Port: Keep the port 21.
User Name: Input the user name of the FTP server.
Password: Input the password of the FTP server.
Picture Resolution: Select a resolution of the snapshot images for FTP uploading.
Picture Quality: Select a quality of the snapshot images for FTP uploading.
Video Stream Type: Select a stream type of the recordings for FTP uploading.
Max. Package Interval: Select a max. package interval for FTP uploading.
Directory Name: Input a directory of the FTP server.
Upload Normal Video: Select the desired channel(s) for uploading the normal recordings. For
this function to work, please setup the FTP Schedule (refer to 4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule) in advance.
Upload Alarm Video: To enable uploading alarm videos to the FTP Server, click the Motion,
PIR, IO or Intelligent buttons to enter each alarm setup page, and then check the FTP Video
Upload box to enable the function. For this function to work, please setup the FTP Schedule
(refer to 4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule) in advance.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4.4.2 FTP Schedule
You can configure the FTP schedule on this page. The selected event recordings will be
uploaded to the FTP by the scheduled time. For example, if you set up Motion on Sunday
between 6-8am, the Motion recordings will be uploaded to FTP between 6-8am on Sunday.
Note that for the FTP Schedule function to work, you have to enable FTP Video Upload
function on the related alarm setup page (Motion, PIR, IO, Intelligent).
Channel: Select a channel to configure the FTP schedule individually.
Normal: Click the Normal button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
green color, which will be applied with normal recording FTP upload function. Note that for
this function to work, you have to select the desired channel(s) for uploading the normal
recordings (please refer to Upload Normal Video in 4.4.4.1 FTP.
Motion: Click the Motion button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over
the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
yellow color, which will be applied with motion FTP upload function. To enable Motion alarm,
please refer to 4.1.6 Motion.
IO: Click the IO button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule
time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with red color,
which will be applied with IO FTP upload function. To enable IO alarm, refer to 4.3.3 IO.
PIR: Click the PIR button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with
purple color, which will be applied with PIR FTP upload function. To enable PIR alarm, please
refer to 4.1.7 PIR.
Intelligent Analysis: Click the Intelligent Analysis button on the right-side and then move
your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks
to draw the blocks with blue color, which will be applied with Intelligent Analysis FTP upload
function. To enable Intelligent Analysis alarm, please refer to 4.3.4 Intelligent Alarm.
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Copy: You can apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels. Select a
channel from the Source Channel drop-down list and then select the parameters you would
like to apply to other channels. Select the desired channels from the Target Channel field
and then click the Copy button.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.4.5
IP Filter
You can configure the IP Filter settings on this page. This function allows you to allow or deny
some specific IP address to access the Web interface of the DVR. By default, all IP addresses
are allowed.
To set up IP Filter:
1. Check the Enable box and then select either one from the two options below. You can only
activate one option for the DVR.
Enable Whitelist: Enable the whitelist configured below.
Enable Blacklist: Enable the blacklist configured below.
2. Edit the Whitelist or Blacklist.
a. If you want to edit whitelist, select Whitelist from the Restricted Type drop-down box;
if you want to edit blacklist, select Blacklist from the Restricted Type drop-down box.
b. To add a single IP address to the list, input an IP address in the Start IP Address input
box and then click the Single Add button, the IP address will be added.
c. To add a range of IP addresses to the list, input the start IP address in the Start IP
Address input box and the end IP address in the End IP Address input box, and then
click the Network Segment Add button, the range of IP addresses will be added.
d. You can click the Edit icon
to edit the IP address, or click the Delete icon
delete the IP address from the list.
3. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
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4.5 Device
You can configure the internal HDD and Cloud storage function on this page.
4.5.1
Disk
4.5.1.1 Disk
You can configure the HDD settings on this page. Please connect the HDD(s) to the DVR in
advance and ensure the power and SATA cables are properly connected between the DVR
and HDD(s). After connecting the HDD(s) to the DVR, the DVR will automatically detect the
connected HDD(s) and listed all the connected HDD(s) in the below field.
For the first time connected HDDs, the status will show “Unformat” in the state column,
users will have to format the HDDs before you can use it.
The HDD(s) marked with * in the No. column indicates the HDD(s) is/are being used at
present.
Record on eSATA
Enable
Edit: Click the Edit button and the below window appears. You can assign each HDD to
different Disk Type (Read/Write, Read only or Redundancy) and Disk Group (Group 1 ~ 16).
A Redundant HDD can be used to automatically backup video footage on the recording
(read-write) hard drive. When a redundant HDD is set, the system can be set to record
cameras in parallel to both the recording hard drive and the redundant hard drive in case of
hard drive failure.
Checkbox: You can select the HDDs in the No column to select the HDD(s), and then you can
set up the Overwrite or eSATA function, or Format the HDD.
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Overwrite: Select Auto to enable the overwrite function; Off to disable the overwrite
function. If Auto is selected, the DVR will overwrite the oldest files on the HDD when HDD is
full. If Off is selected, please check the HDD status regularly, to make sure the HDD is not full.
The 1/3/7/14/30/90 Days stands for the last number of days to keep in the HDD. For
example, if 3 Days is selected, the last 3 days recordings will be kept in the HDD.
Format HDD: The first time use HDDs have to be formatted before you can use it. Select the
desired HDDs and then click the Format HDD button to format the selected HDDs. Note that
only the HDDs with “Unformat” status displayed in the State column are required to format
or the recording function will not work. WARNING: This will effectively ERASE the ENTIRE
hard disk!! Please backup the data from HDDs before formatting the HDDs.
Note:
1. Only the HDDs with “OK” in the State column can perform the recording function. If not,
format the HDDs before start using the recording function.
2. The “Free Time” on the HDD list indicates the remaining time for the HDD to record
based on the pre-setup resolution, streaming and fps.
Record on eSATA: If you have connected an external eSATA storage device to the DVR, you
can enable the eSATA backup storage function.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.5.1.2 Disk Group
You can assign the HDDs to different groups. HDD groups allow you to balance recordings
across multiple hard drives. For example, you can record channels 1~4 to one hard drive and
5~8 to a second hard drive. This can reduce the amount of wear on the hard drives and may
extend the life of the hard drives.
Disk Group Type: Select a Disk Group type. The Disk Group Type has to be pre-configured on
the Disk page (please refer to 4.5.1.1 Disk).
Disk Group: Select a Record Disk Group. The Record Disk Group has to be pre-configured on
the Disk page (please refer to 4.5.1.1 Disk).
Record Channel: Select the desired channel(s). The recordings of the selected channels will
be recorded to the selected Disk Group.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.5.1.3 S.M.A.R.T
You can check the S.M.A.R.T. info of each HDD on this page.
To check the S.M.A.R.T. info of the HDD, select an HDD from the HDD ID drop-down list,
select a check type from the Self-Check Type drop-down list, and then click the Check button.
The S.M.A.R.T. info will be listed in the S.M.A.R.T. info field.
If the evaluation is not passed but you still want to use the disk for recording, you can check
the checkbox of Whole evaluation not passed. Continue to use the disk. And then click the
Save button to save the settings. Click Cancel to cancel and leave the page.
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4.5.2
Cloud
You can configure the Cloud settings (Dropbox cloud storage) on this page. After configuring
the settings, the system will automatically send the Motion and I/O alarm snapshot images to
the associated Dropbox when alarm events occur.
To perform the Cloud function:
1. Register an account on Dropbox website. It’s recommended to create the account with
the same Email address and password used for your DVR.
2. Ensure the DVR network is working properly.
3. Configure the SMTP function (refer to 4.4.3 Email).
4. Configure the Cloud settings and then click the Apply button.
a. Check the Cloud Storage checkbox to enable the Cloud function.
b. Select a Cloud Overwrite option.
c. Select a Video Type.
5. Click the Activate Cloud button to activate the Cloud function. The below message will
pup-up on the screen. Check your email and complete the cloud activation within 3
minutes.
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6. Go to your email box and click on the provided link, the below message appears. Input
the IP address of the DVR and keep the 80 port. Click Authorize.
7. Input the user name and password of the DVR and then click Log In.
8. The Cloud activation is complete.
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4.6 Layout
You can select the desired Layout or activate the Auto Sequence function on this page.
To select a layout, directly click on the layout icon.
To start displaying the sequence mode, click the Auto Sequence button. To stop the sequence
mode, click the button again. To configure the sequence settings, please refer to 4.9.1.3 Video
Output.
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4.7 Playback
4.7.1 General Operation
You can search and then play back the recordings on this page.
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No. Name
Description
1
Search Mode
Click to enter each Search mode (General, Events, Time-period, Smart,
Tag, External File and Snapshot) to search and play back the
recordings. Please refer to 4.7.3 Search Mode for more details.
2
Playback Layout
The layout divisions will be automatically assigned by the system
based on the number of selected channels. For example, if 1 channel
is selected, the system will automatically assign single-division; if 2~4
channels are selected, 4-division will be assigned; if 5~9 channels are
selected, 9-division will be assigned; if 10~16 channels are selected,
16-division will be assigned.
3
Status Icon
Displays the playback status, such as speed, play, stop or step.
4
Close Button
You can click the Close button to close the Playback window and
return to the Live View window. You can also close the Playback
window by right-clicking the mouse.
5
Date
Click the Calendar button
6
Search Type
Select the desired search types for playback.
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Channel Selection
Select the desired channel(s) to search and play back.
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Playback Control
Panel
You can use the playback control panel for playback operation. Please
refer to 4.7.2 Playback Control Panel for more details.
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4.7.2 Playback Control Panel
You can use the playback control panel to operate the below functions:
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Name
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Full Screen
2
Fast Backward
3
Slow Play
4
Play / Pause
Click to start or pause playing back.
5
Step Forward
Click to playback frame by frame.
6
Stop
Click to stop playing back.
Fast Forward
Click to Fast Forward (x2, x4, x8, x16). The fast forward speed will be
displayed on the Status Icon located on the upper-right corner of the
Playback Layout.
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Zoom
Click to use the Digital Zoom function. To perform this function, select
a channel by clicking on the channel and then click the Zoom button,
the selected channel will be displayed in single-channel. And you can
start using the Digital Zoom function. For Digital Zoom operation,
please refer to 3.4.1 Digital Zoom (PIP) for more details. To exit Digital
Zoom mode, click the Zoom button again.
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Video Clip
Click to quickly save a video clip (AVI) to a USB storage device. Please
refer to 4.7.2.2 Backup Video Clips.
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Audio
Scroll the slider bar to increase or decrease volume.
7
Description
Click to display the Playback Layout in full screen. Right-click the mouse
to exit the Full Screen. Please refer to 4.7.2.1 Full Screen on Playback
Window.
Click to rewind (x2, x4, x8, x16). The rewind speed will be displayed on
the Status Icon located on the upper-right corner of the Playback
Layout.
Click to start slow playback (1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16). The slow play speed
will be displayed on the Status Icon located on the upper-right corner
of the Playback Layout.
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Manual
Snapshot
Click to capture a snapshot image (.jpeg) of a channel and store it to
the USB storage device. To perform this function:
1. Insert a USB storage device to the DVR.
2. Select a channel by clicking on the channel and then click the
Manual Capture button.
Note: For the first-time-use USB device, select a directory and then
click OK.
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Add Default
Tag
Click to add a default tag to the current playback time, which will be
applied with a default Tag Name “Tag”. You can then search for the tag
on the Tag window. Please refer to 4.7.3.5 Tag.
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Add
Customized
Tag
Click to add a customized tag to the current playback time, which can
input a tag name to the tag. You can then search for the tag on the Tag
window. Please refer to 4.7.3.5 Tag.
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Time Indicator
Indicates the current playback time.
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Time Bar
You can use your mouse to drag the time bar to the left or right to
search the desired time for playing back. Single-click on the time bar at
a certain time will start playing back from the clicked time. The colors
on the time bar represent different recording types (refer to No.18).
Note that for the Motion, PIR, Intelligent and Alarm recording to work,
you have to configure the related settings in advance.
For Motion recording, please refer to 4.1.6 Motion.
For PIR recording, please refer to 4.1.7 PIR.
For Intelligent recording, please refer to 4.1.8.9 Record Schedule.
For Alarm recording, please refer to 4.3.6 Exception.
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Time Span
You can click to select a time span.
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Selected
Channel
The selected channel will be applied with an Eye icon . You can
perform the Zoom, Audio or Manual Snapshot functions for the
selected channel.
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The colors indicate the recording types.
Green: Normal recordings or manual recordings.
Yellow: Motion recordings.
Time Bar Color
Red: I/O recordings.
Indicator
Purple: PIR recordings.
Blue: Intelligent recordings.
Orange: Alarm recordings.
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Playback Date
Displays the selected playback date.
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4.7.2.1 Full Screen on Playback Window
On the Playback Control Panel, click the Full Screen button
to display the Playback
Layout in full screen. To exit the Full Screen, click the Full Screen button again on the
Playback Control Panel. You can also exit the Full Screen by right-clicking the mouse.
Under Full Screen mode, you can move your mouse to the right to display the right-side
Search Panel; or move your mouse to the bottom side to display the Playback Control Panel.
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4.7.2.2 Backup Video Clips
To backup video clips:
1. Ensure the USB storage device has been inserted to the DVR.
2. On the Playback Control Panel, click the Video Clip button
. The button will then
change to a Copy button , and a copy range will be displayed on the time bar.
3. Check the left-side channel box if you want to back-up with the same start time and end
time of the selected channel(s).
4. To set up the start time and end time, drag the Triangle icons to the left or right.
5. Click the Copy button
, the below Copy Type window appears.
6. Click the Save button, the Copy window appears. You can also create a directory for the
video clip(s) by clicking the Directory button
on the upper-right corner.
7. Click the OK button, the backup process begins. After the backup process is complete,
click the Cancel button to return to the Playback window.
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4.7.3 Search Mode
4.7.3.1 General
You can use this page to search, play back and backup all types of recordings. Click the General
tab to enter the General Playback mode.
Date
1.
Click the Calendar button to select a date.
2.
Select the desired Search Type(s).
3.
Select a Stream Type. For this function to work, you will have to configure the record
stream setting to Dual Streams (please refer to 4.2.2.1 Record).
4.
Select the desired channel(s).
5.
Click the Play button to start playing back.
6.
Use the Playback Control Panel to operate the Playback function. Please refer to 4.7.2
Playback Control Panel for more details.
Note: The layout divisions will be automatically assigned by the system based on the number
of selected channels. For example, if 1 channel is selected, the system will automatically
assign single-division; if 2~4 channels are selected, 4-division will be assigned; if 5~9 channels
are selected, 9-division will be assigned; if 10~16 channels are selected, 16-division will be
assigned.
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4.7.3.2 Events
You can use this page to search, play back and backup the event recordings to the USB storage
device. The Event Playback page gives you a summary of all events on the list. You can display
the events with Thumbnail, List or Details list type.
Event Search and Backup
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Date
Time
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No. Name
Description
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Event Tab
Click to enter the Event Playback page.
2
Event List
The searched events will be listed on the Event List. You can display
the Event List in Thumbnail, List or Details mode. Please refer to No.6.
3
Search Panel
You can use this panel to search for the event recordings based on the
selected attributes including date and time, record mode and
channels.
Close Button
You can click the Close button to close the Playback window and
return to the Live View window. You can also close the Playback
window by right-clicking the mouse.
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Function Bar
Descending order: Click to display the events in descending order.
Select: Check the box to select all the events on the list. Uncheck the
box to deselect all the events on the list.
Copy: Select the event(s) on the Event List and then click the Copy
button to backup the selected event recordings to the USB storage
device.
Play: Click an event on the Event List and then click the Play button to
play back the clicked event recording.
Selected: The number of selected event(s) on the Event List will be
displayed here.
Total Size: The total size of selected event(s) on the Event List will be
displayed here.
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Browse Type
Click to display the Event List with Thumbnail, List or Details mode.
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Event Info
Click an event on the Event List, the information of the clicked event
will be displayed here.
1.
To search for events:
a.
Click the Calendar button to select a date.
b. Click the Time column to select a time range.
c.
Select the desired Search Type(s).
d. Select a Stream Type. For this function to work, you will have to configure the record
stream setting to Dual Streams (please refer to 4.2.2.1 Record).
e.
Select the desired channel(s).
f.
Click the Search button
g.
You can click the left or right buttons to browse between pages, or input the page
number you want to browse.
, the search results will be displayed on the Event List.
h. You can switch the Event List display mode by clicking the Thumbnail, List or Details
icons.
Thumbnail: Click to display the events with thumbnail images.
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List: Click to display the events in list.
Details: Click to display the events in detailed list.
Playback: Click the Playback icon can play back the event.
Lock: Click the icon to lock
or unlock
the event. The locked events will be
stored in the hard disk and will not be overwritten.
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2.
On the Event List, click on an event and its information will be displayed at the lowerright corner.
To back up event recordings to the USB storage device:
a.
Ensure the USB storage device has been inserted to the DVR.
b. On the Event List, select the desired event(s) and then click the Copy button.
3.
To play back an event recording, you can try either way:
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On the Event List, double-click on an event, the Event Playback page appears
•
On the Event List, click on an event and then click the Play button on the Function bar,
the Event Playback page appears
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On the Event List (Detail list), click the Playback button of an event, the Event Playback
page appears
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Event Playback page
Playback View
Event List
Playback Control Panel
Event Info
【Event List】 You can perform the below functions using the Event List.
Playback: There are two ways:
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Double-click on an event can start playing back the event recording.
•
Click on an event and then click the Playback button
to start playing back.
Copy: Check the event boxes to select the events and then click the Copy button
back-up the event recordings to the USB storage device.
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【Playback View】 You can perform the below functions using the Playback View.
Digital Zoom: Scroll the Playback View to zoom in or zoom out the images. You can also use
your mouse to drag the image to the desired positions to spot on a specific area.
Digital Zoom (PIP): Click the Zoom button on the Playback Control Panel and then scroll
mouse upward/downward to zoom in/out, a Navigation Box will be displayed on the
Preview Window. For more details about the operation, please refer to 3.4.1 Digital Zoom
(PIP).
Return to the Event Search Page: Right-click on the Playback View can return to the Event
Playback page. You can also click the Return button on the Playback Control Panel to
return to the Event Playback page.
【Event Info】 On the Event List, click on an event, the information of the clicked event will
be displayed here.
【Playback Control Panel】 You can use this panel to operate the playback function. Please
refer to 4.7.2 Playback Control Panel for more details.
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4.7.3.3 Time-Period
Click the Time-Period tab to enter this page. Time-Period function allows you to divide a
recording into several segments with equal time-length; and then play back the segments
simultaneously.
For example, for a 60-minute recording, if you select 4 split-screen, the recording will be
divided into 4 segments with 15-minute in length each. If you select 6 split-screen, the
recording will be divided into 6 segments with 10-minute in length each.
Date
Time
1.
Click the Sub-period tab on the top to enter the Sub-Period Playback page.
2.
Click the Calendar button to select a date.
3.
Click the Time column to select a time range.
4.
Select a split number from the Split-screens drop-down list.
5.
Select a Search Type.
6.
Select a Stream Type. For this function to work, you will have to configure the record
stream setting to Dual Streams (please refer to 4.2.2.1 Record).
7.
Select a channel for Sub-period playback by checking the checkbox of the channel.
8.
Click the Play button on the Playback Control Panel to start playing back. Please refer to
4.7.2 Playback Control Panel for more details about Playback Control Panel.
9.
You can also single-click on each segment on the playback layout to view the time range of
the clicked (selected) segment. Please refer to the image below.
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Time
Segment
Whole Recording
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4.7.3.4 Smart
Smart Playback allows you to easily search and play back the motion events in one or more
specific areas of a channel.
Date
Time
To perform the Smart Playback function:
1. Click the Calendar button to select a date.
2. Click the Time column to select a time range.
3. Select the Search Type.
4. Select a channel for smart playback by checking the checkbox of the channel.
5. Click the Play button on the Playback Control Panel to start playing back.
6. By default, the whole area of the live image is defined as the smart area. To re-define the
smart area(s), click the Motion button
on the Playback Control Panel to enter the Smart
Area Define page. Please refer to Defining Smart Areas below.
7. Click the Search button on the Smart Area Define page to return to the Smart Playback page
and then click the Play button to start playing back. You can see the searched Smart Motion
Detection recordings displayed on the time bar in blue color (upper one).
Smart (Motion)
Whole Recording
8. You can operate the smart playback function using the Playback Control Panel. Please refer
to 4.7.2 Playback Control Panel for more details.
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Defining Smart Areas:
1. Follow Step 1 ~ Step 6 above to enter the Smart Area Define page.
Click and hold it to drag it to other location
Apply All
Clear All
Return
Search
2. To define the smart area(s), click the mouse and drag it to draw an area. The area applied
with the smart function will be shown with red grids. You can follow this method to draw
several areas. To clear a certain area, use the same method to draw on the same area again,
the smart area will be erased.
3. Click the Search button to start searching the motion events on the smart areas for playing
back.
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4.7.3.5 Tag
You can search for the tagged recordings and then play back the recordings.
After adding tags to the recordings, you can use the Tag playback window to search for the
tagged recordings.
There are two ways to add a tag:
1. On the Live View window, click the Add customized Tag icon on the Live Channel Toolbar.
Please refer to 3.5 Live Channel Toolbar for more details.
2. On the Playback windows (General, Events, Time-period, Smart), click the Add Default Tag
or the Add customized Tag icon on the Playback Control Panel. Please refer to 4.7.2
Playback Control Panel for more details.
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To play back the tagged recordings:
1. On the Tag playback window, select a Start Time and End Time.
2. Optionally input a keyword of the tag if you want to find the tags with customized names.
3. Select the desired channel(s).
4. Click the Search button
, the searched tags will be displayed on the list.
5. To play back the tagged recordings, you can either double-click on the tag recording or
select a tag recording and then click the Play button on the lower-left corner. The below
playback window appears.
a. By default, the DVR will play back the tagged recordings for 1 minute starts from 30
seconds ago of the tagged time. You can optionally adjust the playback time by selecting
the Pre-play or Post-play options and then click the Playback button.
b. You can edit the tag names by clicking the Edit icon, or delete the tags by clicking the
Delete icon.
c. You can now operate the tag playback function using the Playback Control Panel. Please
refer to 4.7.2 Playback Control Panel for more details.
d. To return to the Tag playback window, click the Close button or right-clicking the mouse.
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4.7.3.6 External File
You can play back the recordings (.avi) stored in the USB storage device using the External File
Playback window.
To play back the recordings (.avi) stored in the USB storage device:
1. Ensure the USB storage device has been inserted to the DVR.
2. Select the USB device from the Device Name drop-down box.
3. Double-clicking the recordings on the right-side panel, the recording will be played back.
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4.7.3.7 Snapshot
You can use this page to search and play back the snapshot images and backup the images to a
USB storage device.
2
1
3
6
5
4
7
No. Name
Description
1
Snapshot
Click to enter the Snapshot Playback window.
2
The searched snapshot images will be listed on the Snapshot List. You
Snapshot List can display the Snapshot List in Thumbnail, List or Details mode. Please
refer to No.6.
3
4
Search Panel
You can use this panel to search for the snapshot images based on the
selected attributes including date and time, record mode, and
channels.
Close Button
You can click the Close button to close the Snapshot Playback window
and return to the Live View window. You can also close the Snapshot
Playback window by right-clicking the mouse.
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Function Bar
Descending order: Click to display the snapshots in descending order.
Select: Check the box to select all the snapshots on the list. Uncheck
the box to deselect all the snapshots on the list.
Copy: Select the snapshot(s) on the list and then click the Copy button
to backup the selected snapshot images to the USB storage device.
Play: Click a snapshot on the list and then click the Play button to play
back the snapshot images starting from the clicked one.
Selected: The number of selected snapshot(s) on the list will be
displayed here.
Total Size: The total size of selected snapshot(s) on the list will be
displayed here.
6
Browse Type
Click to display the snapshot list with Thumbnail, List or Details mode.
7
Event Info
Click an image on the Snapshot List, the information of the clicked
snapshot image will be displayed here.
1. To search for snapshot images:
a. Click the Calendar button to select a date.
b. Click the Time column to select a time range.
c. Select the desired Search Type(s) and channel(s).
d. Click the Search button
List.
, the search results will be displayed on the Snapshot
e. You can click the left or right buttons to browse between pages, or input the page
number you want to browse.
f. You can switch the Snapshot List display mode by clicking the Thumbnail, List or
Details button.
Thumbnail: Click to display the events with thumbnail images.
List: Click to display the snapshots in list.
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Details: Click to display the snapshots in detailed list.
Playback: Click the Playback icon in the Playback column can display the snapshot
image. You can then click the
buttons to display the next or previous
snapshot image.
g. On the Snapshot List, click on a snapshot image and its information will be displayed
at the lower-left corner.
2. To back up snapshot images to the USB storage device:
a. Ensure the USB storage device has been inserted to the DVR.
b. On the Snapshot List, select the desired snapshot(s) and then click the Backup button.
3. To play back a snapshot images continuously:
a. On the Snapshot List, click on a snapshot and then click the Play button on the
Function bar, the Image Playback page appears.
b. The system will automatically play back the snapshot images starting from the clicked
one to the last one.
Snapshot Playback page
Snapshot List
Playback Control Panel
Event Info
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【Snapshot List】 You can perform the below functions using the Event List.
Image Display: Click a snapshot image on the list can display the image on the viewing
window.
Continuous Playback: Click a snapshot image on the list and then click the Play button on
the Playback Control Panel, the snapshot images will be automatically playing back
continuously starting from the clicked one to the last one.
Copy: On the Snapshot List, check the snapshot boxes to select the snapshots and then
click the Copy button
can back-up the snapshot images to the USB storage device.
【Event Info】 On the Snapshot List, click on a snapshot, the information of the clicked
snapshot image will be displayed here.
【Playback Control Panel】 You can use this panel to operate the playback function.
Return
Previous
Next
Play / Pause
Single
Quad
Nine-View
Return: Click to return to the Picture search page.
Previous: Click to display the previous image.
Play / Pause: Click to start playing back or pause playing back the continuous snapshot
playback.
Next: Click to display the next image.
Single: Click to display the snapshot images in single view.
Quad: Click to display the snapshot images in quad view (displaying 4 images at a time).
Nine-View: Click to display the snapshot images in nine-view (displaying 9 images at a time).
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4.8 Express
4.8.1
Quick Playback
You can configure the start playback time for the Quick Playback function. Select a time from
the drop-down box to set up playing back from how many time ago.
After the configuration, you can activate the function by clicking the Quick Playback icon on
the Live Channel Tool Bar on each channel (please refer to 3.4 Live Channel Tool Bar).
f
4.8.2
Stream Switch
This function is only available for IP cameras. You can set up a stream mode for all IP channels
on the live view window. Select Main Stream or Sub Stream and then click the Apply button.
To adjust the Main Stream or Sub Stream configurations, please refer to 4.2.1 Stream.
4.8.3
Preview Policy
You can set up a displaying quality for all channels on the live view window. Select among
realtime, balanced or smooth view. The view modes affect only the live view video quality by
bit rate and frame rate but do not affect the recording quality.
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4.9 System
You can configure most of the system settings on the Main Menu.
4.9.1
General
4.9.1.1 General
You can configure the general system settings on this page.
Device Name: Input a desired name for your DVR. The name can include both letters and
numbers.
Device ID: Enter the desired ID for your DVR. The device ID is used to identify the DVR, and
can only be composed of numbers. For example, 2pcs DVRs are installed in the same place,
the Device ID is 000000 for one of the DVRs, and 111111 for another DVR. When you want
to operate the DVR with a remote controller, both of the DVR may receive the signal from
controller & act at the same time. If you want to control only the DVR with ID 111111, you
can input the Device ID 111111 in login page with remote controller for further operations.
Language: Select a language.
Video Format: Select NTSC or PAL for the system.
Record Mode: Select a record mode, Normal (4k) or 5MP Mode. The recording FPS options
will be different when Normal Mode (4k) or 5MP Mode is selected. For more details about
recording FPS, please refer to 4.2.1 Stream.
Menu Timeout: Select a timeout time for the OSD menu to automatically exit. Select Off for
the OSD menu to display continuously.
Mode: Select DVR if you only want to connect FHD cameras to the DVR; or select HVR if you
want to connect both of the FHD cameras and IP cameras to the DVR.
Show Wizard: Check the box to enable starting the Startup Wizard every time when system
starts.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.9.1.2 Date and Time
【Date and Time】
Date: Set up the date for the system.
Time: Set up the time for the system.
Date Format: Select a format for the date.
Time Format: Select a format for the time.
Time Zone: Select a time zone relevant to your region.
【NTP Settings】
The NTP (Network Time Protocol) function allows your DVR to automatically sync its clock
with a time server. This gives it the ability to constantly have an accurate time setting (your
DVR will periodically sync automatically).
Enable NTP: Check the box to enable the NTP function. When NTP function is enabled, the
system will calibrate the system time at 00:07:50 daily and every time when the system is
started up.
Server Address: Select a NTP server.
Update Now: Click to calibrate the system time.
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【DST Setting】
The DST (Daylight Saving Time) function allows you to select the amount of time that
Daylight Saving has increased by in your particular time zone or region.
Enable DST: Check the box to enable the DST function.
Time Offset: Select the amount of time that Daylight Saving has increased by in your time
zone. This refers to the difference in minutes, between Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
and the local time.
Daylight Saving Time: Select Week or Date to configure the start/end time below.
Week: Select a month, a particular day and time when Daylight Saving starts and ends.
For example, 2am on the first Sunday of a particular month.
Date: Select the start date (click the calendar icon), end date and time when Daylight
Saving starts and ends.
Start Time: Select a start time for the DST to start.
End Time: Select an end time for the DST to stop.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.9.1.3 Video Output
You can configure the Main monitor and Call monitor settings on this page.
Main Monitor Setting
Video Output: Select Live Output (Main Monitor) and then configure the below settings.
Sequence Layout: Select a layout for the sequence mode. For example, if you select Layout4,
the DVR will display a quad view layout for all channels in sequence order. To start the
sequence mode, go to OSD menu > Layout and then click the Auto Sequence button. Click
the button again to stop sequence mode.
Sequence Interval Time: Input a sequence interval time in second. By default, 5 seconds is
set up.
Output Resolution: Select a live resolution to be displayed on the output monitor. 1920 x
1080 will suit most TVs. If your DVR supports 4K output resolution, you can select either 2K
(2560 x 1440) or 4K (3840 x 2160) to take advantage of the higher resolution that your 4K TV
provides.
Scale and Offset: The DVR supports to adjust the size and position of the display screen to
match your monitor or TV. Click the Setup button to adjust.
Scale: To adjust the size of the displayed screen
by scale.
X Offset: To move the displayed screen to the
left or right.
Y Offset: To move the displayed screen to the
top or bottom.
Click once or long press the left button of your mouse on the arrow to adjust the size and
position, or you can scroll the wheel of the mouse to adjust. Click the right button of your
mouse to exit, and click Apply to save your modifications.
Cursor Hidden Delay: Click the drop-down menu to select the time your DVR will hide the
mouse cursor when idle. You can also disable this function by selecting Off (password
protection will be temporarily disabled).
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Cursor Acceleration: To adjust the speed to move the mouse cursor.
Transparency: Slide the bar to the left or right to adjust the transparency for the OSD Setup
menu.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
Call Monitor Setting
Video Output: Select Call Monitor Output and then configure the below settings.
VGA Call Monitor: Check the box to enable the Call Monitor function.
Sequence Mode: Select Enable to enable sequence mode or Disable to disable sequence
mode.
Sequence Layout: This function only appears when Enable is selected from the Sequence
Mode field. Select a layout for the sequence mode. For example, if you select Layout4, the
DVR will display a quad view layout for all channels in sequence order. To start the sequence
mode, go to OSD menu > Layout and then click the Auto Sequence button. Click the button
again to stop sequence mode.
Sequence Interval Time: This function only appears when Enable is selected from the
Sequence Mode field. Select a sequence dwell time in second. By default, 5 seconds is set up.
Click Sequence Settings to enable the sequence mode for the selected channels.
Layout Mode: This function only appears when Disable is selected from the Sequence Mode
field. You can configure the layout mode for the Call Monitor. Select a layout from the dropdown list and then click Layout Settings to assign channels to the layout.
VGA Resolution: Select a live resolution to be displayed on the output monitor.
Full Screen: Check the box to enable Full Screen of the triggered channel.
Default: Click to apply the default setting.
Apply: Click to save the settings.
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4.9.2
User Account
You can configure the user settings on this page. Up to 7 user accounts (1 administrator and 6
users) can be configured.
Default User: Select an user account as the default account.
User Edit: Click
to bring-up the User Edit window. You can edit the user name/password in
this window. Input the user name with alphabetic or numeric characters; and the passwords
have to be numeric (0-9) and at least 5 characters. Select Enable from the User Enable dropdown list to enable the user account. Select Enable from the Password Enable drop-down list
to enable the password (if Disable is selected, the user can login without password). Click Save
to save the settings.
Admin Account
User Account
• Enable Unlock Pattern: Enable or disable the Unlock Pattern function.
Permission: Click
to display the User Permission window. The Administrator account has
full privileges so the functions cannot be configured. In the User Permission window, check
the boxes to grant functions for the selected user account. You can also set up the
Copy/Live/Playback/PTZ functions to specific channels. After the configuration, click Save to
save the settings.
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
Log Search: Allow users to check all the system logs.

Settings: Allow users to set all the parameter settings.

Auto Reboot: Allow users to auto reboot the device.

Manual Record: Allows users to manually start/stop recording.

Disk: Allow users to manage and control the HDD and USB storage device.

Remote Login: Allow users to login the system remotely.

Sequence Control: Allow users to use the sequence function.

Manual Snapshot: Allow users to use the manual snapshot function.

Copy: Check the Copy box to enable the function; and then select the desired
channels to backup. This user account will be granted with the Backup function for the
selected channels.

Live: Check the Live box to enable the function; and then select the desired channels
for live view display. This user account will be granted with the live view display
function for the selected channels.

Playback: Check the Playback box to enable the function; and then select the desired
channels for playback. This user account will be granted with the playback function for
the selected channels.

PTZ: Check the PTZ box to enable the function; and then select the desired channels
for PTZ function. This user account will be granted with the PTZ control function for
the selected channels.
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4.9.3
Maintenance
On this page, you can search and view the system log, load default settings, upgrade the
system, export and import system parameters and manager system auto reboot.
4.9.3.1 Log
You can search for logs on this page. Select the start time, end time, log type and then click
the Search button, the searched logs will be displayed on the list below. Double-click on a
log from the list can bring up the Log Details window.
You can click the Playback icon
in the Playback column to play back the event recording.
About the playback control bar, please refer to 4.7.2 Playback Control Panel. To exit the
playback mode, right click the mouse.
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Copy: Click to save all the searched logs to the USB storage device.
Click the Copy button, the Copy window appears. You can also create a directory for the
video clip(s) by clicking the Directory button
on the upper-right corner. Click the OK
button, the copy process begins. After the copy process is complete, click the Cancel button
to return to the Log page.
Copy
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4.9.3.2 Load Default
Select the desired items to be restored to factory default and then click Apply. Restoring
default settings will not delete recordings and snapshots saved to the hard drive.
4.9.3.3 Upgrade
You can upgrade system firmware using this page.
1. Restore the firmware file (.sw) in a USB storage device and insert the USB storage device
to the DVR.
2. Click the Select File button to select the firmware file from the USB storage device.
3. Click the Upgrade button to start system upgrade.
Note: Do not take out the USB storage device or turn off the power during system
upgrading. When the upgrade is done, the system will restart automatically.
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4.9.3.4 Parameter Management
You can export the system parameters you have configured to a USB storage device, or
import a system parameters file from USB storage device to the DVR.
Save Settings: Click to save the DVR current system settings to the USB device. You will be
required to input the Admin password to authenticate.
Load Settings: Once you have exported system parameters file, you can import the file on
another DVR. Stored the file to your USB storage device and then insert the USB storage
device to the DVR, click Load Settings to navigate the file. You will be required to input the
Admin password to authenticate.
4.9.3.5 Auto Reboot
This menu allows the system to auto reboot the DVR regularly. It is recommended to leave
this function enabled, as it maintains the operational integrity of your DVR.
Check the Auto Reboot box to enable the function and then set up the reboot time for the
system to regularly reboot at the setup time. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
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4.9.4
IPCam Maintain
This menu allows you to upgrade the IP camera’s firmware and restore default settings of IP
camera.
4.9.4.1 Upgrade
This menu allows you to upgrade the IP camera’s firmware.
1. Select one of the IP cameras you want to upgrade firmware by checking the checkbox.
2. Click the Select File button to select the update file from your USB storage device.
3. Click the IPCam Upgrade button to start upgrading the selected IP camera. You will be
required to input the Admin password to authenticate.
4.9.4.2 Load Default
1. Select one of the IP cameras you want to load factory default by checking the checkbox.
2. Click the Load Default button to start loading default. You will be required to input the
Admin password to authenticate.
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4.9.4.3 Reboot IPC
On this page, you can reboot the IP cameras.
1. Select one of the IP cameras you want to reboot by checking the checkbox.
2. Click the Reboot IPC button to start rebooting. You will be required to input the Admin
password to authenticate.
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4.9.5
System Info
This menu allows you to view the system information, channel information, record
information and network status.
4.9.5.1 System Info
View system information such as device ID, device model name, IP address, MAC address,
firmware version and more.
Plus
If P2P function is enabled, a QR code will be displayed on the Info page. You can scan the QR
code with EverFocus eFVMS App installed on your mobile device to add and remote access
the DVR. To enable the P2P function, please refer to 4.4.1.4 Port Configuration.
4.9.5.1.1 Performing the P2P Function
The P2P function allows users to add DVRs to EverFocus’ eFVMS App through QR code.
1. Install EverFocus eFVMS App. For Android users, go to Google Play Store. For iOS users,
go to Apple Store. After the installation process is complete, start the eFVMS App.
eFVMS by EverFocus
EverFocus eFVMS
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2. To add a DVR through P2P, tap Menu > Device List, and then tap the “+” button on the
upper-right corner.
3. Scan the DVR’s QR code on the System Info page of the DVR OSD menu. Input the DVR ID,
password and Media Port 8000. Tap the Save button.
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4. The DVR is now added and connected to the App. You can start accessing the DVR.
4.9.5.2 Channel Info
You can see the channel info on this page.
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4.9.5.3 Record Info
You can see the record info on this page.
4.9.5.4 Network Info
You can see the network state on this page.
Total Bandwidth: It shows the DVR’s total input bandwidth for IP cameras.
Used Bandwidth: It shows the used bandwidth of IP cameras.
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4.10 Exit
You can Shutdown, Reboot ore Logout the system using this page.
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Chapter
5
5. Remote Access to the DVR
5.1
Accessing the DVR on the Network
Follow the steps below to access the DVR through a Web browser.
1.
Open a Web browser and in the address bar type the IP address of the DVR.
Local connection:
http:// (IP address from the DVR’s Network Menu): IP port used
e.g. http://192.168.1.163:2468
Internet connection:
http:// (IP address given by your Internet Service Provider): IP port used
e.g. http://57.182.67.204:2468
2.
If your computer is connected to the internet, it will download and install “ActiveX” plug-in
automatically.
3.
The Login window pops up. Type the User Name and Password. Click Login.
Username: Input the user name.
Password: Input the password.
Remember password: If you want the web browser to keep the password so you will not be
able to input the password when you restart the Web page, check this checkbox.
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Note for the first time login:
 When the Plug-in block appears on the browser, click download to install the plug-in.
Reload the webpage and you should see the live view page now.
If you encounter the following problem or still can’t access the remote Web interface, please
follow the instructions below:
 If the ActiveX is not downloaded successfully, please check if your browser’s safety level or
firewall setting is set too high. Enable the following options on the Security Settings
window (IE Browser < Tools < Internet Options < Security < Internet < Custom Level).
 Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls
 Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting
 If your PC or laptop is running with Windows, it’s required to run the browser as
administrator when first entering the remote web page of the device. Go to C:\Program
Files (x86)\Internet Explorer, right-click the browser and then click Run as administrator.
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 If you are unable to backup or record during remote operation, you may need to turn off
the firewall and turn User Account Control off.
To turn User Account Control off, on the computer, click Start > Control Panel > System
and Security > Action Center (click Change User Account Control Settings), the User
Account Control Settings window appears. Adjust the slide bar to Never Notify and then
click OK. Restart your computer if requested.
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5.2 Remote Live View Window
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7
2
5
No. Name
Camera List
1
Button
2
Live Channel
3
Menu Bar
4
Color / PTZ
Setting
5
Camera List
6
Live View
Function Icons
3
6
4
4
Description
Click to hide or display the Camera List. Please refer to 5.2.1 Camera List.
You can perform the following functions on each channel:
a. Double-click on a channel can display the channel in full screen. To
exit the full screen mode, double-click on the channel again.
b. You can drag and drop a channel to the desired position on the layout.
Click and hold on a channel, a Drag Channel icon will display. Drag and
drop the channel to the desired position on the layout.
Click to enter each menu bar. Please refer to 5.3 Menu Bar.
Click to display or hide the Color / PTZ Setting Panel on the right-side of
the Live View window. Please refer to 5.2.3 PTZ Setting Panel and 5.2.4
Color Panel for more details.
Displays the Analog cameras and IP cameras. You can click on the icons to
perform some functions. Please refer to 5.2.1 Camera List.
You can perform some functions for all the cameras on the Live View
window. Please refer to 5.2.2 Live View Function Icons for more details.
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The Status Icons displayed on the bottom-left of each channel are
designed to alert users when any of the following situations occur:
7
Status Icon
R
H
M
M
I
I
S
S
C
The channel is on normal recording.
No HDD / HDD error / HDD not formatted
Motion event is triggered.
Motion event is triggered. Motion event is recording.
Alarm event is triggered.
Alarm event is triggered. Alarm event is recording.
Intelligent event is triggered.
Intelligent event is triggered. Intelligent event is recording.
Tamper alarm is detected.
5.2.1 Camera List
The Camera list lists the analog and IP camera channels. You can use the camera list icons to
perform some functions. If the channel is not connected or the channel has been disabled, the
icons will be gray-out.
Click to Collapse/Expand camera list
Play
Record
Capture
Bitrate
Play: Click to display / hide the camera stream on the Live window.
Record: Click to start manual record of the channel, click again to stop, a message window
appears on the bottom-left corner of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to find the
recording file. To change the manual record storage path or select a file format, please refer to
5.3.8.5 Local Settings.
Snapshot: Click to take a manual snapshot of the channel, a message window appears on the
bottom-left corner of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to find the snapshot image. Or
click Preview to preview the snapshot image. To change the manual snapshot storage path,
please refer to 5.3.8.5 Local Settings.
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Bitrate: Click and then select Main Stream or Sub Stream for this channel. To configure Main
Stream parameters, refer to 5.3.4.1.1 Main Stream. To configure Sub Stream parameters, refer
to 5.3.4.1.2 Sub Stream.
5.2.2 Live View Function Icons
You can perform some functions for all the cameras on the Live View window.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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Click to select a layout.
Click to display all camera streams on the Live window.
Click to close all camera streams displayed on the Live window.
Click to display all the live streams with original aspect ratio.
Click to stretch all the live streams on the Live window.
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Full Screen
Click to display the Live View window in full screen mode. To exit
full screen mode, press the ESC button on the keyboard.
Sub Stream
Click to switch all live streams to Sub Stream. If you want to set up
some streams for Main and some for Sub streams, on the Camera
List, you can click the Stream icon of the specific channels and
then select Main Stream or Sub Stream. To configure Sub Stream
settings, please refer to 5.3.4.1.2 Sub Stream.
Main Stream
Click to switch all live streams to Main Stream. If you want to set
up some streams for Main and some for Sub streams, on the
Camera List, you can click the Stream icon of the specific channels
and then select Main Stream or Sub Stream. To configure Main
Stream settings, please refer to 5.3.4.1.1 Main Stream.
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Video Clips
Click to start manual recording of all channels on the Live window.
Click the button again to stop, a message window appears on the
bottom-left corner of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to
find the recording files. To change the manual record storage path
or the file format, please refer to 5.3.8.5 Local Settings.
Snapshot
Click to take a snapshot (.bmp) of all channels on the Live window,
a message window appears on the bottom-left corner of the
screen. Click Folder to open the folder to find the snapshot
images. To change the manual snapshot storage path, please refer
to 5.3.8.5 Local Settings.
Digital Zoom
Click to enable the Digital Zoom mode. To exit the Digital Zoom
mode, click the button again. To perform the Digital Zoom
function:
a. On the Live View window, select a channel by clicking on the
channel.
b. Click the Digital Zoom button.
c. Use your mouse to draw an area where you want to have a
close-up view. The area will be zoom-in.
d. Right-click to exit the Digital Zoom mode.
Audio
Click to turn on or off the audio of the selected channel. To
perform this function, on the Live window, select a channel by
clicking on it, the selected channel will be highlighted with a red
frame, click the Audio button to enable the audio function. You
can adjust the bar to the left or right to adjust volume.
Layout Page
Click the left or right buttons to change among the layout pages.
For example, for 16-channel model, if you select 4-Division, click
the Next Page button will display the next 4-division layout with
channel 5-8, channel 9-12, and so on.
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5.2.3 PTZ Setting Panel
For PTZ cameras, you can use this panel to control the PTZ (analog and IP) camera; for
motorized cameras, you can use this panel to adjust camera zoom or focus.
On the Live View window, click the PTZ Setting button to display the PTZ Setting Panel. Click the
PTZ Setting button again can hide the PTZ Control Panel.
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For motorized cameras, select a motorized camera by clicking on the live channel, the selected
channel will be highlighted with a red frame. You can double-click on the channel to display the
channel in full screen. Click the PTZ Setting button, the below PTZ Setting panel appears. You
can adjust camera zoom or focus using this panel.
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For PTZ cameras, select a PTZ camera by clicking on the PTZ channel, the selected channel will
be highlighted with a red frame. You can double-click to display the channel in full screen for
operation. Click the PTZ Setting button, the below PTZ Setting panel appears. You can use this
panel to control PTZ cameras.
Direction Buttons
Auto Pan
Speed
Zoom In (+) / Zoom Out (-)
Focus Near (+) / Focus Far (-)
Iris Open (+) / Iris Close (-)
Preset Conrol
Tour Control
Direction Buttons: Click the direction buttons to force the PTZ camera to turn to the direction.
Auto Pan: Click to start the Auto Pan function. Click again to stop the Auto Pan function.
Speed: Slide the bar to the left or right to adjust the control speed.
Zoom: Click + or – to zoom in or zoom out.
Focus: Click + or – to focus near or focus far.
Iris: Click + or – to adjust the Iris.
Preset Control: You can set up preset points here and then operate the Preset function.
Please see the below steps for more details.
Tour Control: After setting up the preset points, you can perform the Tour function. Click
to start the Tour function, click
to stop the Tour function.
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To set up Preset Points:
1. Select a preset number (1-255) by clicking on the Preset input box.
2. Use the direction buttons or Zoom/Focus/Iris buttons to search for the location for this
preset number.
3. Click the + button to add this preset point, and the number will jump to the next preset
number for configuration. Follow Step 2-3 to set up multiple preset points.
4. To clear the setup preset points, select a preset number and then click the
button.
To perform the Go to Preset Point function:
1. Select a preset number (1-255) by clicking on the Preset input box.
2. Click the Go to button
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To perform the Tour function:
1. Set up the preset points in advance. Please refer to the steps of “To set up Preset Points”
above.
2. Input an interval time in the Interval box.
3. Click the Start Tour button
, the PTZ camera will start cruising based on the preconfigured preset points with the dwell time.
4. To stop the Tour function, click the Stop Tour button
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5.2.4 Color Panel
You can adjust Hue, Brightness, Contrast and Saturation value for each channel on the Live View
window using the Color Panel. Click the Default button to restore all the value to factory default.
On the Live View window, select a camera by clicking the channel, the channel will be highlighted
with a red frame. Click the Color button to display the Color Panel and then you can start adjust
color settings. Click the Color button again can hide the Color Panel.
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5.3 Menu Bar
Click any icon on the top navigation bar to enter each menu page.
5.3.1 Live
Click the Live icon to enter the Live View page. Please refer to 5.2 Remote Live View window.
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5.3.2 Playback
Click the Playback icon on the top navigation bar. The Playback window displays.
Up to 16 multi-channel playback is supported. The layout divisions will be automatically assigned
by the system according to the channels you select. For example, if 1 channel is selected, the
system will automatically assign single-division; if 2~4 channels are selected, 4-division will be
assigned; if 5~9 channels are selected, 9-division will be assigned; if 10~16 channels are selected,
16-division will be assigned.
To start playing back:
1. Select a date on the calendar (the date with an orange bar on the bottom indicates there are
recordings on the date).
2. Select a stream type from the Stream drop-down list for playing back. Note that if you want to
search for Sub Stream recordings, you have to select Dual-Stream mode in 5.3.4.2.1 Record.
3. Select the desired recording type(s). The options include Normal, Motion, IO, Smart, PIR,
Manual, Sound Alarm, Tamper Detection and All.
4. You can optionally enable the Synchronized playback function to enable multiple channel
simultaneously playback at the same time. If this function is unselected, you can separately
control each channel for playing back (each channel can be played back with individual time).
5. Select the desired channels you would like to play back.
6. Click the Search button, the recordings will be displayed on the time bar of the Playback Panel
in different colors. Green: Normal and Manual recordings; Yellow: Motion recordings; Red:
I/O recordings; Purple: PIR recordings; Blue: Intelligent, Sound, Tamper.
7. Click the Play button to start playing back.
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You can use the Playback Panel to operate the below functions:
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Click to Play or Pause playing back.
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Stop
Click to Stop playing back.
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Video Clips
Click the button to play the recording frame by frame. Note this
button is only functional under single channel playback.
Click to start manual recording of a channel (.avi). Click the button
again to stop. On the playback window, click on a channel and then
click the Record button, a message window appears on the
bottom-left corner of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to
find the recording file. To change the manual record storage path
or the file format, please refer to 5.3.8.5 Local Setting.
Click to start manual snapshot (.jpg) of a channel. Click the button
again to stop. On the playback window, click on a channel and then
click the Snapshot button, a message window appears on the
bottom-left corner of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to
find the snapshot image. Or click Preview to preview the snapshot
image. To change the manual snapshot storage path, please refer
to 5.3.8.5 Local Setting.
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Download
Click to download recordings for a single channel. To perform the
Download function, please refer to 5.3.2.1 Download.
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Playback Speed
Click to select a playback speed.
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Play All Windows
Click to start playing back all the windows. This function is useful
under the Multi-Channel Playback Separately mode (disable
Synchronized playback).
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Stop Playback All
Click to stop playing back all the windows. This function is useful
under the Multi-Channel Playback Separately mode (disable
Synchronized playback).
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Audio
Click to switch on/off the speaker. You can also adjust the volume.
Time Bar
Double click on the time bar at a certain time will start playing back
from the clicked time. The colors on the time bar represent
different recording types. Green: Normal and Manual recordings;
Yellow: Motion recordings; Red: I/O recordings; Purple: PIR
recordings; Blue: Intelligent, Sound, Tamper.
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Digital Zoom
Click to enable the Digital Zoom mode. To exit the Digital Zoom
mode, click the button again. To perform the Digital Zoom function:
a. Select a window you want to perform the digital zoom by
clicking on the window.
b. Click the Digital Zoom button to enable the function.
c. Use your mouse to draw an area where you want to have a
close-up view on the stream. The area will be zoom-in.
d. Right-click to exit the Digital Zoom mode.
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Original Aspect
Ratio
Click to play back all the streams with original aspect ratio.
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Stretch
Click to stretch all the streams on the Playback window.
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Full Screen
Click to display the Playback window in full screen mode. To exit
full screen mode, press the ESC button on the keyboard.
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Time Span Buttons
You can adjust the time span on the Time Bar by clicking the
buttons.
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Time Indicator
Indicates the playback time.
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5.3.2.1 Download
You can download the searched recordings for a single channel on the Playback window.
1. Select a window you want to download the recordings by clicking on the window. The
selected channel will be highlighted with a red frame.
2. Click the Download button, the corresponding recordings to this channel will be displayed.
3. Select the desired recordings you want to download, and then click Start Download. To
change the storage path or the file format, please refer to 5.3.8.5 Local Setting.
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5.3.3 Channel
On this page, you can configure Analog and IP Channels, Privacy Mask, Motion, Intelligent and
etc..
5.3.3.1 Channel
This page will only appear when HVR hybrid mode is selected (OSD Setup < System < General).
You can add IP cameras manually or automatically using this page.
5.3.3.1.1 IP Channel
You can add IP cameras manually or automatically using this page.
Delete: On the IP cameras list, check the IP camera boxes and then click the Delete button to
delete the selected IP cameras from the list.
Search: You can use this button to add multiple IP cameras with the same username and
password at once. Click this button to search for the IP cameras on the same network. Select
the IP cameras you want to add to the DVR, input the Username and Password and then click
the Add button, the selected IP cameras should be added to the DVR.
Refresh: Click to refresh the page.
Auto Add All: Click to automatically add the first 2/4/8 IP cameras to the DVR based on the
supported number of IP camera of your device.
You can also use the buttons on the IP Camera list to perform the functions:
Delete: Click
to delete the IP camera.
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Add: Click
to add an IP camera.
Edit: Click
to edit IP camera profile.
Modify: Click
to modify IP camera settings.
State: Shows the status of the IP camera.
5.3.3.1.2 Protocol Manage
On this page, you can edit RTSP (Custom 1-16) protocol for IP camera connection.
Custom Protocol: Select a custom RTSP protocol profile from the drop-down list to be
configured. Up to 10 profiles can be configured.
Protocol Name: Input a name for this RTSP protocol profile.
Stream Type: Indicates Main Stream and Sub Stream are supported. You can separately
configure the Main Stream and Sub Stream settings below.
Sub Stream: Switch the button to the right to enable sub stream for this RTSP protocol.
Type: Select RTSP.
Port: Input the RTSP port of your IP camera. Keep 554 as the RTSP port.
Resources Path: Input the RTSP URL syntax in the box. For example:
rtsp://[IP Address]:[Port]/ch[A]/[B]
rtsp://192.168.31.33:554/ch01/0
* IP Address: The IP address of the DVR
* A: Channel number. 01 (ch1), 02 (ch2), and so on
* B: Stream Type: 0 (main stream), 1 (sub stream)
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.3.2 Live
You can configure camera OSD or image settings on this page.
Channel: Select a channel.
Name: Optionally input a channel name (English or Traditional Chinese).
Show Name: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Show Time: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying the time on the live channel.
Covert: Switch the button to the right to enable the covert function. The covert function can be
used to black-out the channel on the Live Window, however, the system will still record the
streams.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.3.3 Image Control
You can configure the image settings for the supported IP cameras.
Channel: Select a channel number.
Day/Night Mode: Select a Day/Night mode for the camera to display the color or B/W images.
• GPIO Auto: Select GPIO Auto for the camera to automatically switch to day or night mode.
You can further set up a Delay Switch time (second) in the below field.
• Color Mode: Select Color Mode for the camera to display color images.
• Black White Mode: Select Black White Mode for the camera to display B/W images.
• Schedule (B/W): Select Schedule (B/W) for the camera to display B/W images during the
setup time range. Please select the Start Time and End Time in the below field.
Delay Switch (s): This function can only be activated if you select Auto for the Day/Night Mode.
Set up a delay switch time (seconds) for the camera to auto switch between day and night
modes.
IR-LED: Select On to turn on IR LEDs; select Off to turn off IR-LED; select Auto for the camera to
automatically turn on / off the IR-LED based on the light sensor on the IP camera.
Flip: Switch the button to the right to enable the Flip function. The image will be rotated
vertically around a horizontal axis.
Mirror: Switch the button to the right to enable the Mirror function. The image will be rotated
horizontally around a vertical axis.
Angle Rotation: Select a rotate angle.
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Backlight: Switch the button to the right to enable the BLC (Backlight Compensation) function.
BLC Level: Adjust the level for the BLC function.
BLC Area: Select an area to apply the BLC function.
3D Noise Reduction: Select Auto to
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically turn on the 3DNR function.
• Manual: Select to turn on the 3DNR function based on the setup Level.
• Disable: Select to disable the 3DNR function.
WDR: Switch the button to the right to enable the WDR function and then you will have to
adjust a Level for the WDR function.
AGC: If you select Manual in the Shutter field, set up the AGC for the camera. The lower the
AGC level, the lower the video signal and the noise.
White Balance:
• Auto: Select for the camera to automatically adjust the white balance.
• Manual: Select to adjust the Red, Green, Blue values yourself.
• Indoor: Select Indoor if your camera is installed in an indoor environment.
Shutter:
• Auto: Select for the camera to automatically adjust the Shutter.
• Manual: Select to manually adjust the shutter speed. Select a speed in the Time Exposure
field. Also set up the AGC in the AGC field above.
Time Exposure: If you select Auto in the Shutter field, the camera will automatically apply a
max. shutter speed. If you select Manual in the Shutter field, select a shutter speed from the
drop-down list.
Defog Mode:
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically turn on the Defog function.
• Manual: Select to turn on the Defog function based on the setup Level.
• Disable: Select to disable the Defog function.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Save to save the settings.
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5.3.3.4 PTZ
Please connect the PTZ cameras to the DVR and then configure the below PTZ settings. After
configuring the PTZ settings, you can start using the PTZ Control panel to control the connected
PTZ camera. Please refer to 5.2.3 PTZ Setting Panel.
Channel: Select a channel.
Protocol: Select a communication protocol between the PTZ camera and DVR. If your camera
supports the UTC function, select UTC1 or UTC2. For more details on UTC function, please refer
to 3.4.2.3 UTC Control.
Note: For EverFocus’ PTZ cameras, only the UTC-supported PTZ cameras support the UTC
function.
Baudrate: This field is to set the speed at which is used to transmit instruction or information from
the DVR to the PTZ camera.
Data Bit / Stop Bit: The information between the DVR and PTZ camera is sent in individual packages.
The Data Bit indicates the number of bits sent, while the End Bit indicates the end of the package
and the beginning of the next (information) package.
Parity: For error check. Refer to the documentation of your PTZ camera to configure this setting
Address: Input the ID address of the PTZ camera. Note this address should match the one set up on
the PTZ camera.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.3.5 Motion
You can configure the motion settings and motion event notifications on this page. You can also
enable the Push Notification function to send motion event alerts to your mobile devices (with
eFVMS App installed). For more details on Push Notification, please refer to Appendix B: Push
Notification.
To configure the Motion Detection settings:
1. Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
2. Switch the Enable button to the right to enable the motion detection function.
3. Select a motion detection sensitivity level from the Sensitivity drop-down list. The higher the
value the higher the sensitivity.
4. On the right-side image, the red blocks represents the areas are applied with the motion
detection function. You can click the mouse and drag it to draw multiple areas. To clear a
certain area, use the same method to draw on the same area again, the motion area will be
erased. By default, the whole areas are marked in red.
5. Click the Save button to save the settings.
6. To further set up the motion event notifications, enter the Motion alarm setup page (please
refer to 5.3.5.1 Motion).
7. To further set up the motion recording function, enter the Record Schedule setup page
(please refer to 4.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule).
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.3.6 PIR
This function is only available when the supported analog/IP cameras with PIR function are
connected. For the supported cameras, please contact EverFocus (ts@everfocus.com.tw).
When the camera detects an object move in or out of the PIR sensor range, the DVR will start
recording or send alert notifications.
To configure the PIR Detection settings:
1. Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
2. Switch the Enable button to the right to enable the PIR detection function.
3. Select a PIR detection sensitivity level from the Sensitivity drop-down list. The higher the
value the higher the sensitivity.
4. To draw a detection area:
a. Draw a polygon shape (at least five sides) on the image.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at
the edge of the area can re-size the area.
5. Click the Save button to save the settings.
6. To further set up the PIR event notifications, enter the PIR alarm setup page (please refer to
5.4.3.2 PIR).
7. To further set up the PIR recording function, enter the Record Schedule setup page (please
refer to 4.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule).
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.3.7 Privacy Mask
This function is only available for analog cameras. The Privacy Mask can block out sensitive
areas from view. This feature is useful when users don’t want the sensitive information visible.
Up to four Privacy Masks can be configured.
Mask
To configure privacy masks:
1.
Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
2.
Switch the Privacy Mask button to the right to enable the function.
3.
Use your mouse to draw a rectangle area (mask) on the right-side image. Up to 4 areas are
available.
4.
You can drag the area and drop the area to the desired location on the image. If you want
to adjust the size of the area, drag the edge of the area to re-size.
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Click the Save button to save the settings.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.3.8 Intelligent
You can configure intelligent detection on this page. The intelligent detection functions include
Perimeter Intrusion, Line-Crossing, Foreign/Missing Object, Pedestrian Detection, Face
Detection, Cross-Counting, Sound Detection and Tamper Detection.
5.3.3.8.1 Perimeter Intrusion
When objects (people, vehicle or other objects) enter in or out of a pre-defined region, the
Perimeter Intrusion Detection event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions
like event recording, alarm output or Email alert when an event is triggered.
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
Tamper Detection
To configure the settings:
1. Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2. Select a sensitivity value. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
3. Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
4. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area. Up to 4 areas can
be configured.
5. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type:
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
6. Switch the IVA Lines button to the right if you want to enable displaying the IVA line on the
live streams.
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7. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at
the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. You can follow the steps above to configure more areas. Up to 4 areas can be
configured.
e. You can click the Clear button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain area, select
the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, and then click
the Delete button.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance the
detection rate.
8. You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
9. To further set up the Intelligent alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
10. To activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule).
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5.3.3.8.2 Line-Crossing
When objects (people, vehicle or other objects) cross a pre-defined line, the Line Crossing
Detection event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions like event recording,
Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
To configure the settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Select a sensitivity value. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
3.
Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
4.
Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first line.
5.
Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type.
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
6.
Switch the IVA Lines button to the right if you want to enable displaying the IVA line on the
live streams.
7.
To draw a line:
a. Use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
b. If you want to move the line to other position or re-draw the line, select the line by
checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, the line will change to red color. Drag
and drop the line to a desired position. Drag the red dots of the line can re-size the line.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. Follow the steps above to configure more lines. Up to 4 lines can be configured.
e. You can click the Clear button to remove all the lines. To remove a certain line, select
the line by checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, and then click the Delete
button.
Note: The configured lines should not be too short in order to enhance the detection
rate.
8.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
9.
To further set up the Intelligent alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
10. To activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule).
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5.3.3.8.3 Foreign/Missing Object
When DVR detects foreign (unattended) or missing objects in a pre-defined area, the
Foreign/Missing Object event will be triggered. You can configure some event actions like event
recording, Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
Tamper Detection
To configure the settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Select a sensitivity value. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
3.
Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
4.
Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area.
5.
Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type.
Foreign & Missing: DVR will detect both missing objects and unattended objects.
6.
Switch the IVA Lines button to the right if you want to enable displaying the IVA line on the
live streams.
7.
To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be convex.
Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at
the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. Follow the steps above to configure more areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
e. You can click the Clear button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain area, select
the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, and then click the
Delete button.
Note: For foreign/missing object, please draw an area slightly larger than or
equal to the detected object, and the detected object cannot be covered.
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8.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
9.
To further set up the Intelligent alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
10. To activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule).
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5.3.3.8.4 Pedestrian Detection
When DVR detects moving people in a pre-defined area, the Pedestrian Detection event will be
triggered. You can configure some event actions like event recording, Email alert or pop-up full
screen when an event is triggered.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
To configure the settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Select a detection level for the Pedestrian Detection. The value stands for the distance of
the objects. Smaller value is suitable to detect objects that are far away from the camera.
Larger value is suitable to detect objects near the camera. The red squares on the top left
corner represent the max. and min. object size of the selected Level.
3.
Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
4.
Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the area.
5.
Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type. Only Normal type is available.
6.
To draw an area:
a.
Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at
the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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Click the Save button to save the settings.
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d. You can click the Clear button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain area, select
the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, and then click
the Delete button.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance
the detection rate. The whole target object (people) should be inside the area.
7.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
8.
To further set up the Intelligent alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
9.
To activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule).
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5.3.3.8.5 Face Detection
When DVR detects faces of moving people in a pre-defined area, the Face Detection event will
be triggered. You can configure some event actions like event recording, Email alert or pop-up
full screen when an event is triggered.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
To configure the settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the area.
3.
Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type. Only Normal type is available.
4.
To draw an area:
a.
Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will
change to red color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at
the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c.
Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Clear button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain area, select
the area by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, and then click
the Delete button.
Note: The configured areas should include the whole front face.
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5.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
6.
To further set up the Intelligent alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
7.
To activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule).
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5.3.3.8.6 Cross-Counting Detection
The DVR will count the times when objects (people, vehicle or other objects) cross a predefined line, and the Cross-Counting event will be triggered. You can configure some event
actions like event recording, Email alert or pop-up full screen when an event is triggered.
You can search and view the statistical result of cross-counting on the Intelligent Analysis page.
Please refer to 3.3.3.8.10 Cross-Counting Analysis.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
To configure the settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Select a sensitivity value for the Cross-Counting Detection. The larger the value, the higher
the sensitivity.
3.
Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
4.
Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the area.
5.
Enable the Rule Switch to enable this rule.
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
6.
To draw a line:
a. Use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
b. If you want to move the line to other position or re-draw the line, select the line by
checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, the line will change to red color.
Drag and drop the line to a desired position. Drag the red dots of the line can re-size
the line.
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c. Click the Save button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Clear button to remove all the lines. To remove a certain line, select
the line by checking the red box on the upper-side of the line, and then click the
Delete button.
Note: The configured line should not be too short in order to enhance the detection
rate.
7.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
8.
To further set up the Intelligent alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
9.
To activate the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule).
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5.3.3.8.7 Sound Detection
This function is only available when the supported analog/IP cameras with sound detection
function are connected. For the supported cameras, please contact EverFocus
(ts@everfocus.com.tw).
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
To configure the settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Enable button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Switch the Rise button to the right to enable the Sound Rise detection. And then further
set up the Rise Sensitivity and Sound Intensity.
3.
Switch the Decline button to the right to enable the Sound Decline detection. And then
further set up the Decline Sensitivity.
4.
If you want to enable recording when sound detection alarm is triggered, click the Schedule
button, the below record schedule setup window appears. Click and drag on the schedule
time blocks to draw the blocks with blue color, which will be applied with Sound Detection.
Click Save to save the record schedule.
5.
Click the Save button to save the settings.
6.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels.
7.
To further set up the Sound alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
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5.3.3.8.8 Tamper Detection
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
Tamper Detection
To configure the Tamper Detection settings:
1.
Select a channel and then switch the Switch button to the right to enable this function.
2.
Select a Sensitivity value from the drop-down list. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
3.
Click the Save button to save the settings.
4.
You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then
click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels
5.
To further set up the Tamper alarm function, enter the alarm setup page (please refer to
5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
6.
To activate the Tamper recording function, you need to configure the record schedule
(please refer to 5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule) and enable the Recording function on the
Tamper Alarm setup page (please refer to 5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm).
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5.3.3.8.9 Record Schedule
In order to active the intelligent recording function, you need to configure the schedule
recording for Intelligent events. The schedule will be activated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
Tamper Detection
Record Schedule
1.
Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list.
2.
Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule
time blocks to draw the blocks with blue color, which will be applied with intelligent event
recording function. To deselect the blocks, click and drag on the blue blocks to select again.
3.
Click Save to save the settings.
If you want to apply the same configurations from one day to other days, click the Copy (day)
button. If you want to apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels, click
the Copy (channel) button.
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5.3.3.8.10 Cross-Counting Analysis
On this page, you can search and view the statistical result of Cross-Counting Detection.
Select the criteria and then click the Search button, the results will be listed at the lower
section.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
Tamper Detection
Record Schedule
Cross-Counting Analysis
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5.3.4 Record
You can configure the recording settings on this page.
5.3.4.1 Stream
On this page, you can configure the recording video or network transmission picture quality.
Generally, main stream defines the recording video quality which will be saved in the HDD; sub
stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote access, for example web
client and CMS; mobile stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote
access through mobile devices.
5.3.4.1.1 Main Stream
Main stream defines the recording video quality which will be saved in the HDD.
Stream
Main Stream
Sub Stream
Mobile Stream
Snapshot
Channel: Select a channel.
Type: You can configure the recording settings for Normal recording and IO Event recording.
The Event options only appear when the below I/O switch has been enabled.
Resolution: Select a recording resolution.
FPS: Select a FPS (frames per second) for the recording.
Video Encode Type: This option is only for IP cameras. Select H.264 or H.265 based on your IP
cameras.
Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such as a
gray wall. Select VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department store. If
VBR is selected, select a video quality next to Bitrate Control.
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Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Predefined to auto-select
bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the DVR will use to record
video. Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
Audio: Select this option if you want to record audio along with video. Please ensure the
camera supports audio function and a microphone has been connected to the DVR.
I/O: Select this option if you want to enable external IO alarm for Main Stream recording.
Click Save to save the settings; click Refresh to refresh the page.
Copy: You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and
then click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels
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5.3.4.1.2 Sub Stream
Sub stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote access, for example web
client and CMS.
Stream
Main Stream
Sub Stream
Mobile Stream
Snapshot
Channel: Select a channel.
Resolution: Select a recording resolution.
FPS: Select a FPS (frames per second) for the recording.
Video Encode Type: This option is only for IP cameras. Select H.264 or H.265 based on your IP
cameras.
Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such as a
gray wall. Select VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department store. If
VBR is selected, select a video quality next to Bitrate Control.
Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Predefined to auto-select
bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the DVR will use to record
video. Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
Audio: Select this option if you want to record audio along with video. Please ensure the
camera supports audio function and a microphone has been connected to the DVR.
Click Save to save the settings; click Refresh to refresh the page.
Copy: You can click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and
then click the Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected
channels
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5.3.4.1.3 Mobile Stream
Mobile stream defines the video quality which is being viewed via remote access through
mobile devices. Note that Mobile Stream is only available for IP cameras.
Stream
Main Stream
Sub Stream
Mobile Stream
Snapshot
Channel: Select a channel.
Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable Mobile Stream.
Resolution: Select a recording resolution.
FPS: Select a FPS (frames per second) for the recording.
Video Encode Type: This option is only for IP cameras. Select H.264 or H.265 based on your IP
cameras.
Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such as a
gray wall. Select VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department store. If
VBR is selected, select a video quality next to Bitrate Control.
Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Predefined to auto-select
bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the DVR will use to record
video. Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
Audio: Select this option if you want to record audio along with video. Please ensure the
camera supports audio function and a microphone has been connected to the DVR.
i-Frame Interval: Input an i-Frame interval.
Click Save to save the settings; click Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.4.2 Record
On this page, you can configure the recording parameters and recording schedule for each
channel.
5.3.4.2.1 Record
Stream
Snapshot
Channel: Select a channel.
Stream Mode: Select a recording mode for the channel. If you select Dual-Stream, the system
will record both Main Stream and Sub Stream. If you select Main Stream, the system will record
Main Stream only. Note that if you want to play back recordings of sub stream on the playback
page, you will have to select Dual-Stream here.
Record: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Pre-Record: Switch the button to the right to enable the function. The DVR will start recording
a few seconds before an alarm/event is triggered.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule
On this page, you can configure the recording schedule for Normal, Motion or PIR recordings.
Stream
Snapshot
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Normal: Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The first line of the time block
on each day is the Normal time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with green color, which will be applied with normal recording function.
Motion: Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The second line of the time
block on each day is the Motion time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw
the blocks with yellow color, which will be applied with motion recording function. Note that
for this function to work, you will have to configure the motion settings in advance (please refer
to 5.3.5.1 Motion Alarm).
Alarm (IO): Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The third line of the time
block on each day is the IO time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with red color, which will be applied with IO recording function. Note that for this
function to work, you will have to configure the IO settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.3
I/O Alarm).
PIR: Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The fourth line of the time block
on each day is the PIR time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with purple color, which will be applied with PIR recording function. Note that for this
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function to work, you will have to configure the PIR settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.2
PIR Alarm).
If you want to apply the same configurations from one day to other days, click the Copy (day)
button. If you want to apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels, click
the Copy (channel) button.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.4.3 Snapshot
On this page, you can configure the snapshot parameters or set up the snapshot schedule.
5.3.4.3.1 Snapshot
On this page, you can configure the snapshot parameters.
Stream
Snapshot
Snapshot
Snapshot Schedule
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Stream Mode: Select main stream or sub stream for the snapshot image.
Normal Interval: Configure an interval to automatically take a normal snapshot. For this
function to work, you will have to configure the Snapshot Schedule. Please refer to 5.3.4.3.2
Snapshot Schedule.
Alarm Interval: Configure an interval to automatically take a snapshot when motion, IO alarm
or PIR is triggered. For this function to work, you will have to configure the Snapshot Schedule.
Please refer to 5.3.4.3.2 Snapshot Schedule.
Snapshot Resolution: Select a resolution for the alarm snapshot image.
Snapshot Quality: Select an image quality for the alarm snapshot image.
Auto Snapshot: Switch the button to the right to enable the Auto Snapshot function for normal
recording, motion, IO, PIR events.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.4.3.2 Snapshot Schedule
On this page, you can configure the snapshot schedule.
Stream
Snapshot
Snapshot
Snapshot Schedule
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Normal: Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The first line of the time block
on each day is the Normal time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with green color, which will be applied with normal snapshot function.
Motion: Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The second line of the time
block on each day is the Motion time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw
the blocks with yellow color, which will be applied with motion snapshot function. Note that for
this function to work, you will have to configure the motion settings in advance (please refer to
5.3.5.1 Motion Alarm).
Alarm (IO): Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The third line of the time
block on each day is the IO time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with red color, which will be applied with IO snapshot function. Note that for this
function to work, you will have to configure the IO settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.3
I/O Alarm).
PIR: Move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The fourth line of the time block
on each day is the PIR time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with purple color, which will be applied with PIR snapshot function. Note that for this
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function to work, you will have to configure the PIR settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.2
PIR Detection).
If you want to apply the same configurations from one day to other days, click the Copy (day)
button. If you want to apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels, click
the Copy (channel) button.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.5 Alarm
You can configure the alarm settings on this page.
5.3.5.1 Motion Alarm
After configuring the Motion Detection settings, you can further configure the Motion Alarm
settings. To configure the Motion Detection setting, please refer to 5.3.3.5 Motion.
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when a motion event is triggered. Select Disable
to disable the function.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when a motion event is triggered.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a motion
event is triggered, the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email
receiver. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance
(refer to 5.3.6.3 Email).
Show Message: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying motion icon “M” on the live
channel when a motion event is triggered.
Full Screen: Switch the button to the right to enable the full screen function. If this function is
enabled and a motion event is triggered, the triggered channel will be displayed in full screen.
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FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.3.6.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to
Cloud (Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance,
please refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Enable Recording: Switch the button to the right to enable the function, and then select the
desired channel(s) you want to record when a Motion event is triggered. Note that for Motion
recording function to work, the Record Schedule function has to be configured (please refer to
5.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule).
Trigger Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or
both.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.5.2 PIR Alarm
After configuring the PIR Detection settings, you can further configure the PIR Alarm settings.
To configure the PIR Detection setting, please refer to 5.3.3.6 PIR).
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when an event is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when an event is triggered.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When an event is
triggered, the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver.
Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to
5.3.6.3 Email).
Show Message: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying an alarm message on the
live channel when an event is triggered.
Full Screen: Switch the button to the right to enable the full screen function. If this function is
enabled and an event is triggered, the triggered channel will be displayed in full screen.
FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.3.6.4.1 FTP.
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FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Enable Recording: Switch the button to the right to enable the function, and then select the
desired channel(s) you want to record when an event is triggered. Note that for PIR Alarm
recording function to work, the Record Schedule function has to be configured (please refer to
5.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule).
Trigger Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or
both.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.5.3 I/O Alarm
After connecting the external IO devices to the DVR or IPCam, you can further configure the IO
Alarm settings.
Alarm In: Select an alarm input number.
Alarm Type: Select an alarm type for the alarm input. Options include Normally-Open,
Normally-Close and Off.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when an IO event is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when an event is triggered.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When an event is
triggered, the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver.
Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to
5.3.6.3 Email).
Show Message: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying an alarm message on the
live channel when an event is triggered.
Full Screen: Switch the button to the right to enable the full screen function. If this function is
enabled and an event is triggered, the triggered channel will be displayed in full screen.
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FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.3.6.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Recording Channel: To enable the alarm recording function, select the desired channel(s) you
want to record when an event is triggered. Note that for I/O Alarm recording function to work,
the Record Schedule function has to be configured (please refer to 5.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule).
Trigger Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or
both.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm
After configuring the Intelligent functions, you can further configure the Alarm settings for each
intelligent function. To configure the Intelligent functions, please refer to 5.3.8 Intelligent).
The Intelligent Alarm setup configurations for each intelligent function are similar. Here we use
Perimeter Intrusion alarm setup page for example.
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Foreign/Missing Object
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross-Counting
Sound Detection
Tamper Detection
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when an event is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Post Recording: Select a post recording time when an event is triggered.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When an event is
triggered, the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver.
Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to
5.3.6.3 Email).
Show Message: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying an alarm message “S” on
the live channel when an event is triggered.
Full Screen: Switch the button to the right to enable the full screen function. If this function is
enabled and an event is triggered, the triggered channel will be displayed in full screen.
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FTP Picture Upload: When an event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP configurations in advance.
You can also configure the snapshot image resolution and quality, please refer to 4.3.6.4.1 FTP.
FTP Video Upload: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to FTP
server. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up FTP Schedule in advance, please
refer to 4.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule.
Picture to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm images to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Video to Cloud: When a motion event is triggered, the DVR will upload alarm videos to Cloud
(Dropbox). Note that for this function to work, you have to set up Cloud in advance, please
refer to 4.7.2 Cloud.
Enable Recording: Switch the button to the right to enable the function, and then select the
desired channel(s) you want to record when an event is triggered. Note that for IO Alarm
recording function to work, the Record Schedule function has to be configured (please refer to
5.3.4.2.2 Record Schedule).
Trigger Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or
both.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.5.5 PTZ Linkage
You can associate an alarm trigger (motion or I/O) with a specific camera and then activate a
PTZ camera to go to a preset position when the alarm is triggered.
Channel: Select a channel from the drop-down list.
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the PTZ Linkage function.
Alarm Type:
- Motion: Check the box to trigger the PTZ Linkage function when a motion event occurs.
- IO: Check the box to trigger the PTZ Linkage function when an IO event occurs.
- PIR: Check the box to trigger the PTZ Linkage function when a PIR event occurs.
PTZ1-4: Associates the PTZ camera with preset points. Please set up the preset points of your
PTZ (analog or IP) cameras in advance (please refer to 5.2.3 PTZ Setting Panel). After setting up
the preset points, check the PTZ box here and then select a channel and preset number.
For example, if the PTZ camera is assigned to CH2, select CH2 from the PTZ channel dropdown
list and then select a desired preset point. When an even is triggered on the selected channel,
the configured PTZ camera will turn to the preset point.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.5.6 Exception Alarm
You can configure the system alarm settings on this page.
Event Type: Select an event type.
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No Space on Disk: When an HDD is full.
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Disk Error: When the HDD is not detected properly.
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Video Loss: When a camera is not connected properly.
Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable this function.
Buzzer: Select a time for DVR buzzer to sound when an alarm is triggered. Select Disable to
disable the function.
Show Message: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying system alarm message on
the live channel when an alarm is triggered.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When an alarm is
triggered, the DVR will send an email alert with a snapshot to the pre-configured Email receiver.
Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to
5.3.6.3 Email).
Alarm Output: Select an alarm output time (duration) when events occur. When an event is
triggered, the alarm will last based on the setup latch time.
Trigger Alarm Out: Select an external alarm output device connected to the DVR, IPCam or
both.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click the Copy button to display the channel options. Select the channels and then click the
Copy button to copy the same configurations from this channel to the selected channels.
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5.3.6 Network
You can configure the network settings on this page.
5.3.6.1 General
This page allows you to configure network parameters.
5.3.6.1.1 General
You can configure Static IP or DHCP network on this page.
DHCP: Switch the button to the right to enable DHCP function. The router will automatically
assign all the below IP parameters to the DVR. If you want to configure a Static IP, switch the
button to the left to disable the DHCP function and then input a static IP address and related
network settings below.
IP Address: The IP address of the DVR. The IP address consists of four groups of numbers,
separated by periods. For example, “192.168.001.100”.
Subnet Mask: Subnet mask is a network parameter which defines a range of IP addresses that
can be used on a network. The subnet address also consists of four groups of numbers,
separated by periods. For example, “255.255.000.000”.
Gateway: This address allows the DVR to access the Internet. The format of the Gateway
address is the same as the IP Address. For example, “192.168.001.001”.
DNS: DNS1 is the primary DNS server and DNS2 is a backup DNS server. Usually, it’s enough to
just enter the DNS1 server address.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.6.1.2 PPPoE
This is a DSL-connection application. The ISP will ask the user to input a username and
password. Contact your ISP for these details.
Note: If PPPoE is selected as the IP type, the supplied IP Utility program will not be able to
detect the device.
Switch the Enable PPPoE button to the right to enable PPPoE function, and then enter the User
name and Password provided by the ISP. Click the Save button, the system will reboot to
activate the PPPoE setting.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.6.1.4 Port Configuration
On this page, you can configure the port settings or enable/disable the UPnP or P2P function.
HTTP Port: The HTTP port can be used to remotely login the DVR (e.g. using the Web Client). If
the default port 80 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
Client Port: The Client port can be used to send information through (e.g. using the mobile app).
If the default port 9000 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
RTSP Port: The RTSP port allows the DVR to transmit real-time streaming to other devices (e.g.
using a streaming media player).
HTTPS: The Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a combination of the Hypertext
Transfer Protocol and the SSL/TLS protocol that provides encrypted communication and secure
identification of a network web server.
UPnP: Switch the button to the right to enable the UPnP function. If you want to remotely login
the DVR using Web Client, you need to enable the UPnP function and also enable the Port
Forwarding function on your router.
Note:
1. For the UPnP function to work, an UPnP-enabled router is required.
2. If your router does not support UPnP, ensure the Port Forwarding function is manually
enabled on your router.
P2P Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the P2P function. If P2P function is
enabled, a QR code will be displayed on the System Info page. You can scan the QR code with
EverFocus eFVMS App installed on your mobile device to add and remote access the DVR.
Please refer to 4.6.5.1.1 Performing the P2P Function.
External IP: After enabling the UPnP function, the external IP address will be displayed.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.6.2 DDNS
You can configure the DDNS setting on this page. DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a
service used to map a domain name to the dynamic IP address of a network device. You can set
up the DDNS service for remote access to the DVR.
DDNS assigns a domain name (URL) to the DVR, so that the user does not need to go through
the trouble of checking if the IP address assigned by DHCP Server has changed. Once the IP is
changed, the DVR will automatically update the information to the DDNS to ensure it is always
available for remote access.
Note that before enabling the following DDNS function, user should have applied for a host
name from the DDNS service provider’s website. We highly recommend that you use
xxxx.everfocusddns.net for the simplicity of setting up your DVR. Please refer to EverFocus
DDNS on the next page.
DDNS: Switch the button to the right to enable the DDNS function
Server: Select a DDNS service provider from the drop-down list. Note that before enabling the
following DDNS function, user should have applied for a host name from the DDS service
provider’s website.
Hostname: Input the domain name obtained from the DDNS service provider.
Username: Input the user name of the DDNS account.
Password: Input the password of the DDNS account.
Test DDNS: Click the button to test whether the DDNS function is working normally.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
To configure EverFocus DDNS, please refer to EverFocus DDNS in 4.4.2 DDNS.
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5.3.6.3 Email
You can configure the email settings for email alerts, or configure the Email schedule on this
page.
5.3.6.3.1 Email Configuration
You can configure the email settings for email alerts. When events occur, the DVR will send
Email alert with a snapshot image (.jpg) to the receiver(s).
Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email function.
Encryption: Select an encryption if your Email server requires the SSL or TLS verification. Select
Auto if you are not sure. Select Disable to disable this function.
SMTP Port: Enter the port number used by the SMTP server.
SMTP Server: Enter the SMTP server address of your Email.
User Name: Input your Email address.
Password: Input the password of the sender.
Sender: Input the Email address of the sender (the DVR).
Receiver1-3: Input the Email address of the receiver. You can input 3 receiver email addresses.
Interval: Configure an interval to send Emails when events occur.
Test Email: Click to test whether the Email function is working normally.
Click Save to save the settings; Refresh to refresh the page; or Cancel to cancel the settings.
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5.3.6.3.2 Email Schedule
You can configure the email schedule on this page. The selected event Email alerts will be sent
out by the scheduled time. For example, if you set up Motion on Sunday between 6-8am, the
Motion Email alerts will only be sent out between 6-8am on Sunday.
Channel: Select a channel to configure the email schedule individually.
Motion: Click the Motion button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. The first line of the time block on each day is the Motion time blocks.
Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with green color, which will be
applied with motion email alert function. Note that for this function to work, you will have to
configure the motion settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.1 Motion Detection).
Alarm (IO): Click the Alarm button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. The second line of the time block on each day is the IO time blocks. Click
and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with yellow color, which will be
applied with IO email alert function. Note that for this function to work, you will have to
configure the IO settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.3 I/O).
Exception (HDD full, HDD error or Video Loss): Click the Exception button on the right-side and
then move your mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. The third line of the time block on
each day is the Exception time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the
blocks with red color, which will be applied with exception email alert function. Note that for
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this function to work, you will have to configure the exception settings in advance (please refer
to 5.3.5.6 Exception).
Intelligent: Click the Intelligent Analysis button on the right-side and then move your mouse
cursor over the schedule time blocks. The fourth line of the time block on each day is the
Intelligent time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with blue
color, which will be applied with intelligent email alert function. Note that for this function to
work, you will have to configure the exception settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.4
Intelligent).
PIR: Click the PIR button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule
time blocks. The fifth line of the time block on each day is the PIR time blocks. Click and drag on
the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with purple color, which will be applied with PIR
email alert function. Note that for this function to work, you will have to configure the PIR
settings in advance (please refer to 5.3.5.2 PIR Detection).
If you want to apply the same configurations from one day to other days, click the Copy (day)
button. If you want to apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels, click
the Copy (channel) button.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.6.4 FTP
5.3.6.4.1 FTP
You can configure the FTP server setting on this page. When there is a Motion or I/O event
occurs, the system will send an instant snapshot image to the FTP. For system alarm such as
HDD lost and Video loss, the system will send alarm log to the FTP as well.
FTP Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Server: Input the FTP server IP.
Port: Keep the port 21.
Username: Input the user name of the FTP server.
Password: Input the password of the FTP server.
DIR Name: Input the directory of the FTP server.
Snapshot Resolution: Select a resolution of the snapshot images for FTP uploading.
Snapshot Quality: Select a quality of the snapshot images for FTP uploading.
Video Stream Type: Select a stream type of the recordings for FTP uploading.
Max. Package Interval: Select a max. package interval for FTP uploading.
Upload Normal Video: Switch the button to the right to enable uploading normal video to FTP
and then select the desired channel(s) for uploading the normal recordings. For this function to
work, please setup the FTP Schedule (refer to 5.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule) in advance.
Test FTP: Click to test the FTP server connection.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.6.4.2 FTP Schedule
You can configure the FTP schedule on this page. The selected event recordings will be
uploaded to the FTP by the scheduled time. For example, if you set up Motion on Sunday
between 6-8am, the Motion recordings will be uploaded to FTP between 6-8am on Sunday.
Note that for the FTP Schedule function to work, you have to enable FTP Video Upload function
on the related alarm setup page (Motion, PIR, IO, Intelligent).
Channel: Select a channel to configure the FTP schedule individually.
Normal: Click the Normal button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with green
color, which will be applied with normal recording FTP upload function. Note that for this
function to work, you have to select the desired channel(s) for uploading the normal recordings
(please refer to Upload Normal Video in 5.3.6.4.1 FTP.
Motion: Click the Motion button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with yellow
color, which will be applied with motion FTP upload function. To enable Motion alarm, please
refer to 5.3.5.1 Motion.
Alarm (IO): Click the Alarm button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the
schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with red
color, which will be applied with IO FTP upload function. To enable IO alarm, refer to 5.3.5.3 IO.
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PIR: Click the PIR button on the right-side and then move your mouse cursor over the schedule
time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to draw the blocks with purple color,
which will be applied with PIR FTP upload function. To enable PIR alarm, please refer to 5.3.5.2
PIR.
Intelligent Analysis: Click the Intelligent Analysis button on the right-side and then move your
mouse cursor over the schedule time blocks. Click and drag on the schedule time blocks to
draw the blocks with blue color, which will be applied with Intelligent Analysis FTP upload
function. To enable Intelligent Analysis alarm, please refer to 5.3.5.4 Intelligent Alarm.
If you want to apply the same configurations from one day to other days, click the Copy (day)
button. If you want to apply the same configurations from one channel to other channels, click
the Copy (channel) button.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.6.5 HTTPS
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a combination of the Hypertext Transfer
Protocol and the SSL/TLS protocol that provides encrypted communication and secure
identification of a network web server.
To enable the HTTPS function, switch the Https button to the right to enable the function and
then select a Certificate Type. Input the Certificate and Key if Custom certificate type is
selected. Click the Save button to save the settings.
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5.3.6.6 IP Filter
You can configure the IP Filter settings on this page. This function allows you to allow or deny
some specific IP address to access the Web interface of the DVR. By default, all IP addresses are
allowed.
To set up IP Filter:
1. Switch the Enable button to the right to enable the function and then select either one from
the two options below. You can only activate one option for the DVR.
Enable Whitelist: Enable the whitelist configured below.
Enable Blacklist: Enable the blacklist configured below.
2. Edit the Whitelist or Blacklist.
a. If you want to edit whitelist, select Whitelist from the Restriction Type drop-down box;
if you want to edit blacklist, select Blacklist from the Restriction Type drop-down box.
b. To add a single IP address to the list, input an IP address in the Start IP Address input
box and then click the Single Add button, the IP address will be added.
c. To add a range of IP addresses to the list, input the start IP address in the Start IP
Address input box and the end IP address in the End IP Address input box, and then
click the Network Segment Add button, the range of IP addresses will be added.
d. You can click the Edit icon
to edit the IP address, or click the Delete icon
delete the IP address from the list.
3. Click the Save button to save the settings.
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5.3.7 Device
You can configure the internal HDD and Cloud storage function on this page.
5.3.7.1 Disk
You can configure the HDD settings on this page. Please connect the HDD(s) to the DVR in
advance and ensure the power and SATA cables are properly connected between the DVR and
HDD(s). After connecting the HDD(s) to the DVR, the DVR will automatically detect the
connected HDD(s) and listed all the connected HDD(s) in the below field.
For the first time connected HDDs, the status will show “Unformat” in the state column, users
will have to format the HDDs before you can use it. To format the HDD, please refer to 4.5.1.1
Disk.
Overwrite: Select Auto to enable the overwrite function. If Auto is selected, the DVR will
overwrite the oldest files on the HDD when HDD is full.
The 1/3/7/14/30/90 Days stands for the last number of days to keep in the HDD. For example,
if 3 Days is selected, the last 3 days recordings will be kept in the HDD.
eSATA Rec: If you have connected an external eSATA storage device to the DVR, you can enable
the eSATA backup storage function.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.7.2 Cloud
You can configure the Cloud settings (Dropbox cloud storage) on this page. After configuring
the settings, the system will automatically send the Motion and I/O alarm snapshot images to
the associated Dropbox when alarm events occur.
To perform the Cloud function:
1. Register an account on Dropbox website. It’s recommended to create the account with the
same Email address and password used for your DVR.
2. Ensure the DVR network is working properly.
3. Configure the SMTP function (refer to 5.3.6.3.1 Email Configuration).
4. Configure the Cloud settings and then click the Apply button.
a. Check the Cloud Storage checkbox to enable the Cloud function.
b. Select a Cloud Overwrite option.
c. Input a name in the Driver Name field, which will be created on the Dropbox as a
directory for restoring the snapshot images from DVR.
5. Click the Activate Cloud button, the Dropbox sign in window appears. Sign in your Dropbox
account.
6. Input the IP address of the DVR and keep the 80 port. Click Authorize.
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7. Input the user name and password of the DVR and then click OK.
8. The Cloud activation is complete.
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5.3.8 System
5.3.8.1 General
5.3.8.1.1 Date and Time
User Account
IPCam Maintain
System Time: Set up a system date.
Date Format: Select a format for the date.
Time Format: Select a format for the time.
Language: Select a language.
Video Format: Select NTSC or PAL for the system.
Menu Timeout: Select a timeout time for the OSD menu to automatically exit. Select Off for the
OSD menu to display continuously.
Start Wizard: Switch the button to the right to enable starting the Startup Wizard every time
when system starts.
【DST Setting】Select DST and then configure the below settings. The DST (Daylight Saving Time)
function allows you to select the amount of time that Daylight Saving has increased by in your
particular time zone or region.
Daylight Saving Time: Switch the button to the right to enable the DST function.
DST Mode: Select Week or Date to configure the start/end time below.
Week: Select a month, a particular day and time when Daylight Saving starts and ends. For
example, 2am on the first Sunday of a particular month.
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Date: Select the start date (click the calendar icon), end date and time when Daylight Saving
starts and ends.
Time Offset: Select the amount of time that Daylight Saving has increased by in your time zone.
This refers to the difference in minutes, between Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and the
local time.
Start Time: Select a start time for the DST to start.
End Time: Select an end time for the DST to stop.
【NTP Settings】Select NTP and then configure the below settings. The NTP (Network Time
Protocol) function allows your DVR to automatically sync its clock with a time server. This gives
it the ability to constantly have an accurate time setting (your DVR will periodically sync
automatically).
Enable NTP: Switch the button to the right to enable the NTP function. When NTP function is
enabled, the system will calibrate the system time at 00:07:50 daily and every time when the
system is started up.
Server Address: Select a NTP server.
Time Zone: Select a time zone of your region.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
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5.3.8.2 User Account
You can configure the user settings on this page. Up to 7 user accounts (1 administrator and 6
users) can be configured.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
To edit the user privileges:
1.
Select a user from the list by clicking on it, the below privilege options appears.
2.
Check the boxes to grant functions for the selected user account. You can also set up
the Copy/Live/Playback/PTZ Control functions to specific channels. After the
configuration, click Save to save the settings.
Log Search: Allow users to check all the system logs.
Parameter: Allow users to set all the parameter settings.
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System Maintenance: Allow users to auto reboot the system.
Manual Record: Allows users to manually start/stop recording.
Manage Disk: Allow users to manage and control the HDD and USB storage device.
Remote Login: Allow users to login the system remotely.
Sequence Control: Allow users to use the sequence function.
Manual Snapshot: Allow users to use the manual snapshot function.
Copy: Check the Copy box to enable the function; and then select the desired channels
to backup. This user account will be granted with the Backup function for the selected
channels.
Live: Check the Live box to enable the function; and then select the desired channels for
live view display. This user account will be granted with the live view display function for
the selected channels.
Playback: Check the Playback box to enable the function; and then select the desired
channels for playback. This user account will be granted with the playback function for
the selected channels.
PTZ Control: Check the PTZ box to enable the function; and then select the desired
channels for PTZ function. This user account will be granted with the PTZ control
function for the selected channels.
3.
You can configure the user name/password in the right-side field. The max. length of
user name is 8 characters (alphabetic or numeric); and the passwords have to be
numeric (0-9) with exactly 8 characters. In the Active field, switch to the right to enable
the user account. At the bottom Password field, switch to enable the password (if
Disable is selected, the user can login without password).
4.
Click Save to save the settings.
Note: The Administrator account has full privileges so the functions cannot be configured.
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5.3.8.3 Maintenance
On this page, you can search and view the system log, load default settings, upgrade the system,
export and import system parameters and manager system auto reboot.
5.3.8.3.1 Log
You can search for logs on this page. Select the start time, end time, log type and then click the
Search button, the searched logs will be displayed on the list below.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
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5.3.8.3.2 Load Default
Select the desired items to be restored to factory default and then click Save. Restoring default
settings will not delete recordings and snapshots saved to the hard drive.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
5.3.8.3.3 Upgrade
You can upgrade system firmware using this page.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
1.
Click the Browse button to select the firmware file from your computer.
2.
Click the Start button to start system upgrade.
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5.3.8.3.4 Auto Reboot
This menu allows the system to auto reboot the DVR regularly. It is recommended to leave this
function enabled, as it maintains the operational integrity of your DVR.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
Select User: Select a user from the drop-down list.
Auto Reboot: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Reboot: Set up the reboot time for the system to regularly reboot at the setup time.
Click Save to save the settings or Refresh to refresh the page.
Click Reboot to manually reboot the system.
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5.3.8.4 IPCam Maintain
5.3.8.4.1 Reboot IPCam
This page allows you to remotely reboot the connected IP cameras. Select the desired IP
cameras and then click the IPCam Reboot button.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
5.3.8.5 Local Setting
You can configure the Record, Download and Snapshot storage path on this page.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
Record Path: Select a storage path for recordings.
Download Path: Select a storage path for download recordings.
Snapshot Path: Select a storage path for snapshot images.
File Type: Select a file type, and the recordings will be stored in that format.
Capture Type: Select a snapshot image type, and the images will be stored in that format.
Click Save to save the settings.
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5.3.8.6 Information
This menu allows you to view the system information and channel information.
5.3.8.6.1 Information
View system information such as device ID, device model name, IP address, MAC address,
firmware version and more.
User Account
Plus
IPCam Maintain
If P2P function is enabled, a QR code will be displayed on this Info page. You can scan the QR
code with EverFocus eFVMS App installed on your mobile device to add and remote access the
DVR. To enable the P2P function, please refer to 5.3.6.1.4 Port Configuration.
To perform the P2P function, please refer to 4.9.5.1.1 Performing the P2P Function.
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5.3.8.6.2 Channel Information
You can see the channel info on this page.
User Account
IPCam Maintain
5.3.9 Login Information
Move your mouse cursor over this icon can display the login information.
5.3.10
Logout
Click this icon can logout the system.
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Chapter
6
6. Specification
Model Name
System
Operating System
Number of Channels
RAM
Watchdog
Dual Stream
OSD Menu
System Control
Multiplex Operation
PTZ Protocol Supported
Video
Compression Format
Video Format
Video Inputs
Video Looping Outputs
Embedded Linux
Analog: Up to 16CH 8MP AHD/TVI/CVBS cameras
IP: Up to 8CH 8MP IP cameras
2GB
Supported
Supported
Supported
Mouse, IR remote control
Live display, record, playback, backup and network
Pelco D, Pelco P, UTC1, UTC2
H.265 / H.264
NTSC / PAL
Analog: 16 x BNC
IP: 8CH 8MP IP cameras
16 x BNC
HDMI/VGA: 1024x768, 1280x720, 1280x1024, 1440x900, 1920x1080
(1080P), 2560x1440 (2K), 3840x2160 (4K, HDMI only)
Video outputs
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Incoming
Outgoing
Live Resolution / Frame
Rate
Max. 64Mbps
Max. 128Mbps
4K Mode:
Analog: 8MP: 15fps/CH; 5MP: 20fps/CH; 4MP/3MP/1080P/720P/960H:
30fps/CH
IP: 8MP/5MP/4MP/3MP/1080P/720P
5MP Mode:
Analog: 5MP: 20fps/CH; 4MP/3MP/1080P/720P/960H: 30fps/CH
IP: 5MP/4MP/3MP/1080P/720P
Recording
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Recording Resolution /
Frame Rate
Recording Modes
Playback
Synchronized Playback
Playback Performance
Search Modes
Audio
Audio Input
Audio Output
Alarm
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Storage Device
Internal 3.5" HDD
External HDD
Storage Capacity
DVD Burner
Network
Ethernet
Protocol
Interface
USB
RS-485
Ethernet
General
Power Input
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight (without HDDs)
Language
4K Mode:
Analog: 8MP: 7fps/CH; 5MP: 10fps/CH; 4MP: 15fps/CH; 3MP: 17fps/CH;
1080P: 25fps/CH (PAL); 30fps/CH (NTSC)
IP: 8MP: 8fps/CH; 5MP: 10fps/CH; 4MP/3MP/1080P/720P: 25fps/CH
(PAL); 30fps/CH (NTSC)
5MP Mode:
Analog: 5MP: 13fps/CH; 4MP: 16fps/CH; 3MP: 20fps/CH; 1080P:
25fps/CH (PAL); 30fps/CH (NTSC)
IP: 5MP: 10fps/CH; 4MP/3MP/1080P/720P: 25fps/CH (PAL); 30fps/CH
(NTSC)
Continuous/Manual/Motion Detect
16CH
4K Mode:
Analog: 8MP: 7fps/CH (up to 8CH); 5MP: 10fps/CH (up to 16CH); 4MP:
15fps/CH (up to 16CH); 3MP: 17fps/CH (up to 16CH); 1080P: PAL:
25fps/CH (up to 16CH)/NTSC: 30fps/CH (up to 16CH)
5MP Mode:
Analog: 5MP: 13fps/CH (up to 16CH); 4MP: 16fps/CH (up to 16CH);
3MP: 20fps/CH (up to 16CH); 1080P: PAL: 25fps/CH (up to 16CH)/NTSC:
30fps/CH (up to 16CH)
Time, Event, Motion in Recorded Video
16
1 x RCA
16
1
4 x SATA HDD
1 x e-SATA storage
8TB/disk
Not supported
10/100/1000 Ethernet
TCP-IP / DHCP / PPPoE / DDNS / SMTP / NTP
2 x USB2.0 (for mouse and backup/upgrade); 1 x USB3.0
1 x RS-485 (for PTZ Control)
1 RJ-45
12VDC / 5A (12VDC/8A optional)
60W max. (5A)
0°C ~ 40°C / 32°F ~ 104°F (20 ~ 80% humidity)
430 x 399.3 x 79.5mm / 16.93" x 15.72" x 3.13"
6kg / 13.2lb
English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, German, Russian, Dutch, Italian
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Regulatory
Functions
Video Pause
Video Loss Detection
Motion Detection
Event Log
User Interface
Control PTZ via OSD
Schedule Setting
User Access
Video Analytics
CE, FCC
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
GUI (Graphical User Interface)
Yes (via both local and remote interfaces)
Yes
2 Levels of User Access Defined
Perimeter Intrusion Detection, Line Crossing Detection, Foreign/Missing
Object Detection, Pedestrian Detection, Face Detection, Cross-Counting
Detection, Sound Detection, Tamper Detection
Remote Client System Minimum Requirement
Operating System
Win7 (32 and 64-bit) / Win10 (32 and 64-bit)
CPU
Intel Core I3-2100
RAM
2GB
VGA
Intel HD 2000
LAN Speed
10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps (RJ45)
Web Browser
IE11 and later
Other Remote Application 1. EverFocus EverFocus CMS
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Chapter
7
7. Troubleshooting
If you have problems with the system, run through the following checklist to see if you can solve
the problem.
1. Q: What can I do if the system does not detect the HDD?
A: Check if the power supply system is properly connected and power cord and power cables are
securely connected, and if something wrong with the HDD interface. Or you may check if your
HDD is supported by referring to the specifications or descriptions.
2. Q: I have changed the password but forget the new password, how can I access the system?
A: If you have configured the email settings, you can click “Forget Password” on the login window
and the system will send the password or a super password to the setup email address. If you have
never configured the email settings, please mail the MAC Address, Serial Number and the Model
Name to ts@everfocus.com.tw to get a temporary password.
3. Q: We see abnormal video signal or even no video signal by connecting the DVR and camera
together. Power supply for both devices is OK. What is wrong?
A: Check network cable at DVR side to see if the cable is firmly connected and if it is worn out and
needs to be replaced.
4. Q: How to prevent DVR from being influenced by heat?
A: The DVR needs to dissipate heat while it is running. Please place the DVR in a place with good
air circulation and away from heat sources to ensure stability and life of the DVR.
5. Q: The remote control doesn’t work while the monitor screen is OK and panel keys are
functional. Why?
A: Operate again by aiming the remote control at the IR receiver on front panel. If it still doesn’t
work, please check if the batteries in the remote control are running out of power. If not, check if
the remote control is broken.
6. Q: I want to take out HDD from my PC and install it in DVR. Can it work?
A: All HDDs supported by the system can be used. But remember, once DVR runs, the data on your
HDD will be formatted.
7. Q: Can I playback while recording?
A: Yes. The system supports the function of playing while recording.
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8. Q: Can I clear some records on HDD of DVR?
A: In consideration of the file security, you may not clear part of records. If you want to remove all
the records, you can format HDD.
9. Q: Why can’t I log in DVR client?
A: Please check if the network connection settings are correct and RJ-45 port is with good contact.
And check if your account and password are correctly input.
10. Q: Why can’t I find any records during playback?
A: Please check if the data line connection for HDD is OK and system time is properly adjusted. Try
a few times and restart. If it still doesn’t work, check if the HDD is broken.
11. Q: Why DVR cannot control PTZ?
A: Please check if:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
PTZ in the front side is malfunctioned.
Setting, connection and installation of PTZ decoder are not correct.
PTZ setting of DVR is not correct.
Protocol of PTZ decoder does not match the DVR’s.
Address of PTZ decoder does not match the DVR’s.
If many decoders are connected, the farthest side of AB line of PTZ decoder should be added
120Ω resistance to realize reflection suppression and impedance matching. Otherwise, PTZ
control will be unstable.
12. Q: Why doesn’t dynamic detection work?
A: Please check if the motion detection alarm setting at IP camera side is correct and if the
sensitivity is set too low.
13. Q: Why doesn’t alarm work?
A: Please check if the alarm setting, alarm connection and alarm input signals are correct.
14. Q: Why does buzzer keep alarming?
A: Please check the alarm setting, check if motion detection function is enabled and object motion
is detected all the time and if I/O alarm is set as Always Off. Besides, refer to corresponding HDD
alarm setting.
15. Q: Why can’t I stop recording by pressing “STOP” button or click “Stop Recording” in context
menu?
A: Pressing Stop button can only stop manual record. If you want to stop Scheduled recording in
certain time quantum, please change the setting to No Record. To stop Startup recording, please
change record mode to scheduled recording or manual recording. Then you may stop recording by
the prescribed methods
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Chapter
8
8. Usage Maintenance
1. To shut down DVR, please firstly shut down the system and then turn off the power. Do not
turn off the power directly or HDD data will be lost or damaged.
2. Please keep DVR away from heat sources or places.
3. Clean the internal dust regularly. Make sure the good ventilation of DVR so as to ensure the
good heat dissipation.
4. Please do not hot plugging cables at ports, or the ports may be damaged.
5. Please check the HDD cable and data cable regularly to see if they are ageing.
6. Please prevent the audio and video signals of DVR from being intervened by other electronic
devices, and prevent the HDD from being damaged by static electricity and induced voltage.
7. If the network cable is frequently plugged, it is suggested to replace connecting line regularly,
or the input signal may be unstable.
8. This is A class product. It may bring wireless interference in life. Under this situation, it need
users to make measurements.
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Appendix
A
Appendix A: IR Remote Control
The IR remote control is an accessory to enhance the convenient operation of the DVR. You can
perform all the settings and operations from the remote control.
Key1-8: Channel Select; Numeric Keys
Key9, 0: Numeric Keys
Enter into Main Menu / Exit
Multiple Display Mode
Enter into Submenu
Mute On / Off
1. Parameter Value Increase / Decrease
2. Left / Right
Select / Edit
1. Volume Increase / Decrease
2. Up / Down
Rewind
Forward
Record
1. Stop Manual Record
2. Stop Playback
Pause / Sequence
1. Enter into Record Search Menu
2. Start Playback
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Appendix
B
Appendix B: Push Notification
You can enable the Push Notification function to send motion or I/O event alerts to your mobile
devices (with eFVMS App installed).
To use the Push Notification function, you have to set up the motion detection settings or I/O
alarm settings and enable the Push Notification function on the EverFocus eFVMS App. Please
refer to the below instructions.
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To enable the Push Notification function:
1. On the DVR end, configure the motion alarm settings (refer to 4.3.1 Motion) or I/O alarm
settings (refer to 4.3.3 I/O).
2. On your mobile device, install eFVMS App. For Android users, go to Google Play Store. For iOS
users, go to Apple Store. After the installation process is complete, start the eFVMS App.
EverFocus eFVMS
eFVMS by EverFocus
a. Go to Menu > Notifications, and then switch the button to the right to enable the Push
Notification function.
b. The Push Notification setting is complete. You can start receiving motion or I/O alarms
from the DVR.
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c. You can tap on the alarms on the Alarm List to enter the Live page or Playback page.
For alarms occur within one minute from
the current time, tap to enter the Live page
For alarms occur more than one minute from
the current time, tap to enter the Playback page
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