AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025

AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025
MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS
3-Megapixel IR Vandal Mini Dome
IPCAM /
3-Megapixel IR Vandal Mini Dome
IPCAM with Video Analytics
User’s Manual
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Please use with caution. All information is subject to change without notice
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FCC Statement
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 A
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 user's 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. For
product available in the USA/Canada market, only channel 1~11 can be operated.
Selection of other channels is not possible.
This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operation in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance
20cm between the radiator & your body.
WEEE Marking Warning:
The crossed out wheeled bin indicates the product must not be disposed together with
household waste. For the sake of the environment, the product should only be given to
entities involved in the reception of waste electronic and electrical equipment. The lists of
entities entitled to receive used equipment can be found on the websites of municipalities.
Some components of devices such as external wiring, circuit boards and liquid crystal
displays have a negative impact on the environment.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Overview .....................................................................................................1
1.1 Introduction ..........................................................................................1
1.2 Features...............................................................................................2
1.3 Product Specification ...........................................................................2
1.4 System Requirement ...........................................................................6
2. Package Contents and Installation...........................................................7
2.1 Package Contents................................................................................7
2.2 Connections .........................................................................................7
2.3 Mounting the Camera ........................................................................10
2.4 Connect to IP Camera .......................................................................12
3. Using IP Camera via Web Browser.........................................................14
3.1 Windows Web Browser......................................................................14
4. Operating IP Camera via iOS/Android device .......................................15
4.1 Using IP Camera via iOS/Android device ..........................................15
5. Operating the Network Camera ..............................................................18
5.1 Live View............................................................................................18
5.2 Configuration .....................................................................................20
6. Configuration ...........................................................................................21
6.1 Network..............................................................................................22
6.2 Video..................................................................................................29
6.3 Audio..................................................................................................37
6.4 Event..................................................................................................38
6.5 Storage ..............................................................................................45
6.6 System...............................................................................................47
6.7 Status .................................................................................................53
7. Appendix...................................................................................................55
A. Video Analytics (Only for MD-3025-IVS) .............................................55
B. Dropbox...............................................................................................63
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1. Overview
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1. Overview
This user’s manual explains how to operate this camera from a computer. A user should
read this manual completely and carefully before you operate the device.
1.1 Introduction
AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS is a high-end 3.0 Megapixels network camera which is
designed for vandal surveillance and security applications. This 3.0MP IP camera offers
many improvements in image quality when comparing to conventional surveillance
cameras. Users are able to view live video streaming over the Internet, and it is not only
one of benefits for using AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS IP cameras. It is also designed to
offer high-performance surveillance by being equipped with PoE switch which allows power
and data to be transmitted via a single Ethernet cable. This useful function provides an
easier installation, lower cabling costs and allows placement of AirLive PoE cameras in
locations without access to electrical source. With the IP66 water and vandal proof housing,
AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS suits for environments such as office, elevators, campus,
chain stores, and boutique stores.
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1.2 Features
This manual will illustrate the steps of how to setup and operate this IP camera, so you’ll
also soon be enjoying the benefits of these product features:
‰ Miniature Size Dome with Vandal Proof and IP-66 Protection
‰ 3.0 Megapixel 1/2.5” CMOS Sensor
‰ Support 25FPS at 2048x1536 or 30FPS at 1080P
‰ 802.3af PoE
‰ 2.6mm Wide Angle Lens
‰ Low Lux Sensor for Ultra Bright Images
‰ 15m IR LEDs
‰ Mechanical IR-Cut Filter Removable
‰ MicroSD Card Slot for Local Storage
‰ Built-in MIC, Two-Way Audio, DI/DO
‰ Clear Motion Technology for Moving Objects
‰ WDR Enhanced
‰ Compatible with OnVIF Standard
‰ Built-in Video Analytics (Equipped only for MD-3025-IVS)
‰ Free 64-Channel Recording Software
1.3 Product Specification
Model
Camera
MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS
Camera Type
Mini Dome Type
Max Resolution
2048x1536
Image Sensor
1/2.5" CMOS Sensor
Board Lens
Lens Type
2.6mm, F1.6
Night Vision
Yes
IR Distance
15m
Minimum Illumination
0.2 Lux at F1.6 (Color)
Mechanical IR-Cut Filter
Yes
Auto Iris
None
105 °(D),
Viewing Angle
75 °(H),
54 °(V)
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Pan/Tile Control
Lens Adjustment: Pan: 0~350°
Lens Adjustment: Tilt: 53~106°
Analog Video Out
None
H.264
Video Compression
MPEG-4
MJPEG
Video Profile
Yes
25 fps @ 2048 X 1536
30 fps @ 1920 X 1080
30 fps @ 1280 x 1024
30 fps @ 1280 X 960
Resolution and Frame Rate
30 fps @ 1280 X 720
30 fps @ 720 X 480
30 fps @ 640 X 480
30 fps @ 320 X 240
Video
30fps @ 160 X 120
Streaming over UDP, TCP, or HTTP
3GPP mobile view
Streaming
Configurable frame rate and bandwidth
Support both CBR and VBR
Region of Interest
Yes
AE, BLC, AW
Image Processing
Brightness, Sharpness, Contrast,
Saturation
Mirror/Flip
Privacy Masks
Text, time and date OSD
Audio
Network
Digital Zoom
10x
Audio Encoder
G.711 / AMR (Only for 3GPP)
Audio Streaming
Two-way
Audio Input/Output
Built-in microphone, 1 Line out
Ethernet
Ethernet (10/100 Base-T), RJ-45
PoE
IEEE802.3af
Wireless
None
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TCP/IP, IPV6, UDP, ICMP, DHCP,
NTP, DNS, DDNS, SMTP, FTP, HTTP,
HTTPs, Samba, PPPoE, UPnP,
Bonjour, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, DLNA,
ISCSI, OnVIF Profile S
Supported Protocols
Password protection
Security
IP filter, HTTPS encrypted data
transmission
Users
Up to 10 users simultaneous
Power LED
Yellow Color
Link/Act. LED
Orange Color
Reset Button
Reset to Factory Default
(Push and Hold Over 5 Sec)
Network Processor
DSP Base
System ROM
128M byte NAND Flash
System RAM
128M byte DDR SDRAM
Power Supply
Optional (DC 12V/1.08A)
Power Consumption
IR on: 6 Watts max. ,
IR off: 4 Watts max.
LED and Button
General
RJ-45 10BaseT/100BaseTX
Connector
Audio, DI/DO, DC jack, Ethernet/PoE
Operating temperature and
-20°C~55°C (-4°F~131°F), 20%~85%
humidity
System Integration
SD card slot
MicroSD
Dimension
108 Ø X 62 H (mm)
Software
CamPro Express 64,
CamPro Professional
Search & Installation-IP Wizard II
MD-3025:
Motion detection, External input via DI
interface, Tamper Detection,
Periodically Time, SD Card Read/Write
Fail Detection, Network Disconnect,
Event Triggers
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MD-3025-IVS:
Motion detection, External input via DI
interface, Tamper Detection,
Periodically Time, SD Card Read/Write
Fail Detection, Network Disconnect,
Audio Detection, Face Detection,
iMotion Detection, Trip Zone, Object
Counting, Face recognition, e-Fence.
Motion Detection
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FTP, Samba Server, SD card file
upload, Google Drive, Dropbox
E-mail alter
Event handler
HTTP and TCP notification
DO (digital output) alarm
Audio File Playback
UPnP
Yes
OnVIF Profile S
Application Programming
Interface
Open API for software integration
Video Buffer
Pre- and post- alarm buffering
SDK
MD-3025:
Motion Detection, External input via DI
interface, Tamper detection
Periodically Time, SD Card Read/Write
Fail Detection, Network Disconnect,
Audio Detection.
Viewing System
Alarm Triggers
MD-3025-IVS:
Motion detection, External input via DI
interface, Tamper Detection,
Periodically Time, SD Card Read/Write
Fail Detection, Network Disconnect,
Audio Detection, Face Detection,
iMotion Detection, Trip Zone, Object
Counting, Face recognition, e-Fence
Continuous recording
Yes
OS
Windows® XP, Vista, 7, 8
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Browser
Internet Explorer 8 or later; Apple
Safari 2 or above; Firefox 2.00 or
above; Google Chrome
iOS/Android Device
With 3GPP player, CamPro Mobile for
iOS/Android device
Video Player
VLC, Quick Time, Real Player, Core
Player
1.4 System Requirement
For normal operation and viewing of the network camera, it’s recommended that your
system meets these minimum requirements for proper operation:
Item
Requirements
CPU
Pentium-4 2.0 GHz or higher
VGA Monitor
Resolution1024 x 768 or higher
RAM
1 GB or more
Operating System
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
Web Browser
Internet Explorer 7 or later; Apple Safari 2 or above; Firefox
2.00 or above; Google Chrome
Note: Please keep updating the latest Windows software and service package.
(Ex: Net Framework, Windows Media Player, Enhance ActiveX Security)
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2. Package Contents and Installation
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2. Package
Contents and
Installation
2.1 Package Contents
User can find the following items in the package as below:
1. AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS is the main element of the product.
2. Bundled CD includes AirLive IP Wizard II, CamPro Express64, Quick Start Guide, User
Manual, and Video clip.
3. Quick Start Guide provides important information and instructions for installing this
device.
4. Accessory Package (Screws / Plastic Anchors)
Note: The power adapter is optional.
2.2 Connections
Power Source Requirement
This camera can work with 802.3af PoE switches. However, if you don’t have the PoE
switch, you can use a power adapter to provide power to camera.
Connector
There are various connectors of AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS as shown in the figures
below. Please refer to the diagrams and tables for using of each connector.
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1. DC Jack: The input power is DC 12V.
If you don’t have the PoE switch, you can use a power adapter to provide power to camera.
2. PoE/RJ45 LAN Socket: Connect to PC or Hub/Switch.
This Ethernet port built N-Way protocol can detect or negotiate the transmission speed of
the network automatically. Please use Category 5 cable to connect the Network Camera to
a 100Mbps Fast Ethernet network switch or hub.
3. Alarm Digital I/O:
AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS supports 2 digital alarm inputs and 1 digital alarm output.
Please make sure the alarm connections are properly wired. Please refer to the pin
definition table below.
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PIN
SPECIFICATION
1
GPIO In #2
Action high voltage: 9~40 VDC
2
GPIO In #1
Dropout voltage: 0 VDC
3
GPIO Out
Close circuit current maximum: 70mA AC or 100mA
Output resistance: 30 ohm
Open circuit voltage maximum: 240V AC or 350V DC
4
Ground (Common)
GND
\
4. Audio Output: 3.5mm phone jack.
5. Audio Input: Built-in MIC.
6. MicroSD Card Slot: MicroSD Card Slot allows you to insert a memory card for
expansion of storage.
7. Reset Button: This button is used to restore all the factory default settings. Sometimes,
restarting the device will make the system back to a normal state.
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2.3 Mounting the Camera
1. Disassembling
Loosen the screw on top and then take off the cover.
2. Installation
- Use the provided template to drill one hole for the camera, and one for the screw, and
insert the plastic anchor to the end of the screw hole.
- Connect and arrange the necessary cables last that they should be damaged or
twisted while installing the camera.
- Insert the camera body into the hole so that it fits to the camera hole, and fix the body
using the ASSY tapping screws.
- Refer to “Adjusting the monitoring direction for the camera” to adjust the lens in a
desired direction.
- Close the top cover.
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3. Adjusting the monitoring direction for the camera
You can adjust the camera direction only when the camera is fixed on the ceiling. Where
rotating the camera unit to the left or right is called Pan, adjusting the tilt is called Tilt,
and turning the lens on its axis is called Rotation.
- After installing the camera, adjust the panning angle in consideration of the monitoring
direction. When tilting the camera, you should adjust the horizontal angle lest that
the image be displayed reversely.
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- Adjust the rotation angle to correct the image display position (up/down/left/right).
- Adjust the tilt angle and let the camera faces toward the monitoring object.
2.4 Connect to IP Camera
1. Insert the bundled CD into your PC/Laptop.
2. Auto Run screen shows up, click “Install Software Æ AirLive IP Wizard II” to install the
configuration tool.
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3. After completed the installation, run the “Air Live IP Wizard II” to start to search the IP
camera.
4. The entire detected IP camera will be listed out.
5. If the Camera’s IP address is in the same IP segment as your LAN, select the founded
IP Camera and double click on the item. Then, the default browser will show up and
connect to the IP camera’s Web automatically.
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3. Using IP Camera via Web Browser
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3. Using
IP Camera via Web
Browser
3.1 Windows Web Browser
1. Open your web browser and enter the IP address or host name of the IP camera in the
Location / Address field of your browser.
2. Use the default account “admin” and default password “airlive”.
Note: The default user name “admin” and the password “airlive” are the default values.
You can change them in the Account Menu. (Please check “System → Account”)
3. The monitor image will be displayed in your browser. In the left side of main window, you
can configure the settings you want. For more details, please refer to the following
chapters.
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4. Operating IP Camera via iOS/Android Device
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4. Operating
IP Camera via
iOS/Android device
4.1 Using IP Camera via iOS/Android device
You can access into your IP camera via the iOS/Android device. Please follow the setup
steps below.
1. Download AirLive CamPro Mobile
2. Execute the AirLive CamPro Mobile
program
from APP store/Android market.
3. Click Setup button.
4. Setup page appears
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5. Click Add button
6. Click LAN button and select the camera.
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4. Operating IP Camera via iOS/Android Device
8. Key-in Username and Password
7. Model, Address, HTTP Port info
then click OK button.
appear on the page.
9. The video appears on the main
screen.
Note: The image is continuous snapshots, not video. Thus, live image can’t be
recorded here.
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5. Operating the Network Camera
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5. Operating
the Network
Camera
Start-up screen will be shown once you access into the IP camera.
In the left side, you can control Live View function as below:
5.1 Live View
1. Protocol: Select the protocol type:
RTSP over UDP/ TCP/ RTSP over TCP/ RTSP over HTTP.
2. Configuration: Click forconfiguring the detail camera settings.
3. View Options: The device supports multi-profile function for H.264, MPEG4and
JPEGsimultaneously. User can choose theproper and/or preferred profile which is
listed here.
4. Language: AirLive MD-3025/MD-3025-IVS provide multiple languages to
meetcustomer’srequirement.
5. DigitalOutput: Switch digital output interface on or off.
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6. 2-Way Audio: Thedevicesupports2-wayaudiofunction. User can choose toenable
ordisable this function bytoggling theicon below.
: Disable speaker function.
: Enable speaker function.
: Disable microphone function.
: Enable microphone function.
Volume:
ClickSpeaker/Microphonebuttontoactivatethisfunction.
Scroll the control bars to adjust the audio attribute.
7.
Originalsize /
PreviewSize: Switches live image view between original
size and preview size (smaller size).
8.
DigitalZoom: From1X to10X. Click
Click
to enable this function. Click
to full screen first.
to disable it.
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Note: Digital zoom uses computer algorithm toenlarge the video and may lose some
details.
9.
Snapshot: Take a snapshot or a video file. Browse the folder in your computer and
save the file.
10.
Record: Click it to start recording an AVI file in local storage. Press
the recording process.
to stop
5.2 Configuration
Click “Configuration” for the camera detail settings. For more information, please refer to
Chapter 6.
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6. Configuration
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6. Configuration
Click the “Configuration” to display sub-menus included
Network / Video / Audio / Event / Storage / System / Status / Video Analytics.
Note: Video Analytics function is only for MD-3025-IVS.
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6. Configuration
6.1 Network
1.
General
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6. Configuration
z LAN Interface: This field allows you to setup the IP network protocol.
- DHCP IPv4: Select this option when your network uses the DHCP server. When the
camera starts up, it will be assigned an IP address from the DHCP server
automatically.
- DHCP IPv4/IPv6: DHCP for IPv6 enables the DHCP server to pass the configuration
parameters (e.g. the IPv6 network addressed) to the IPv6 nodes, which offers the
capability of automatic allocation of reusable network addresses and additional
configuration flexibility. Select this option if your network supports DHCP IPv6
protocol. When the camera starts up, it will be assigned an IP address from the
DHCP server automatically.
- Static IPv4/IPv6: Select this option to assign the IP address to the camera directly.
You can use “AirLive IP Wizard II” to obtain the related setting values.
IP Address
(IPv4/IPv6)
Enter the IP address of the camera. The default setting is
192.168.1.100.
Subnet Mask
Enter the Subnet Mask of the camera. The default setting
is 255.255.255.0.
Default Gateway
Enter the Default Gateway of the camera. The default
setting is 192.168.1.254.
Primary/
Secondary DNS
DNS (Domain Name System) translates domain names
into IP addresses. Enter the Primary and Secondary DNS
provided by ISP.
HTTP Port
The default HTTP port is 80.
RTSP Port
The default RTSP Port (Real Time Streaming Protocol) is
554.
RTP Data Port
z
RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) is a data transfer
protocol defined to deliver live media to the clients at the
same time, which defines the transmission of video and
audio files in real time for Internet applications. The default
RTP Data Port is 5556.
Enable Multicast: Select this option to enable the multicast function of the camera.
Complete thefollowing settings so that you can deliver information from your camera
to multi receivers.
- Multicast Group Address: Assign a category of IP addresses to receive the
information from the camera.
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- Multicast Video Port: Assign a multicast port for video in the text box. The default
port is 5560.
- Multicast RTCP Video Port: Assign a multicast port for RTCP (real-time transport
control protocol) video in the text box. The default port is 5561.
- Multicast Audio Port: Assign a multicast port for audio in the text box. The default
port is 5562.
- Multicast RTCP Audio Port: Assign a multicast port for RTCP (real-time transport
control protocol) audio in the text box. The default port is 5563.
- Multicast TTL: Set the value from 1 to 255. TTL (time to live) is used to specify the
time to live in the IP header so that the system is able to decide whether or not the
packet has been in the network too long and should be discarded.
z Enable PPPoE: Select this option when you use a direct connection via the
ADSL modem. You need the User Name and Password of the PPPoE account to
complete the setting. The camera will get anIP address from the ISP as starting up.
Note: Once the camera get an IP address from the ISP as starting up, it
automatically sends a notification email to you. Therefore, when you select
PPPoE as your connecting type, you have to set up the email or DDNS
configuration in advance.
z
Enable DDNS: Select this option to enable DDNS service. With the Dynamic
DNS feature, you can assign a fixed host and domain name to a dynamic Internet IP
address. To set up the DDNS, select the Provider from the pull-down menu and then
enter the required information in the Host Name, User Name and Password text
boxes.
Note: You have to sign up for DDNS service with the service provider before
configuring this feature.
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6. Configuration
2.
UPnP/Bonjour/ QoS
z UPnP: The camera supports UPnP (Universal Plug and Play), which is a set of
computer network protocols that enable the device-to-device interoperability. Select
the Enable Discovery option to enable the feature.
In addition, it supports port auto mapping function so that you can access into the
camera if it behind an NAT router or firewall. Select the Enable Port Mapping option
to enable the feature.
z Bonjour: The devices with Bonjour will automatically broadcast their own services and
listen for services being offered for the use of others. Select the Enable Discovery
option, you can find thecamera through the browser with Bonjour and no need to
know the IP address.
The Apple Safari is already with Bonjour. You can download the complete Bonjour
for Internet Explorer browser from Apple’s website by visiting:
http://www.apple.com/bonjour/
z
QoS (quality of service): It is the ability to provide different priority to different
applications or data flows.
- Video DSCP: Assign the DSCP (DiffServ Code Point) of the stream video from the
camera by setting the value from 0 to 63.
- Audio DSCP: Assign the DSCP (DiffServ Code Point) of the stream audio from the
camera by setting the value from 0 to 63.
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3.
IP Filter
The IP Filter allows the administrator of the camera to restrict the users within a certain
range of IP addresses to access into the camera. Select the Enable Filter option and
assign the range of IP addresses that are allowed to access into the camera in the
Accept IP Address field; or assign the range of IP addresses that are blocked to
access into the camera in the Deny IP Address field.
For example, when you enter 192.168.0.50/192.168.0.80 in Start/End IP Address of
Accept IP Address and then click Add, the user whose IP address located within
192.168.0.50 ~ 192.168.0.80 will be allowed to access into the camera. On the other
hand, if you enter the IP range in Start/End IP Address of DenyIP Address and then
click Add, the user whose IP address located within the range will not be allowed to
access into the camera.
To remove the assigned range of IP addresses for IP Filter, select the setting in the
Accept/Deny IP List and then click Delete.
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6. Configuration
4.
IP Notification
To prevent from the IP address been changed, system is able to send out an alarm.
Configure the email setting first if the function is enabled.
z Notification (email): Select to enable this function.
Send To: Type the receiver’s E-mail address.
Subject: Type the subject/title of the E-mail.
z TCP Notification: Select to enable this function.
TCP Server Address: Type the server name or the IP address of the TCP server.
TCP Port: Set port number of TCP server.
Message: The message will be sent to FTP server.
z HTTP Notification: Select to enable this function.
URL: Type the server name or the IP address of the HTTP server.
HTTP Port: Change it only when needed.
HTTP Login name: Type the user name for the HTTP server.
HTTP Login Password: Type the password for the HTTP server.
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6. Configuration
5.
iSCSI
Enable the iSCSI and key-in server IP address and Port number. The disk of the server
will be the storage in IP camera setting.
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6. Configuration
6.2 Video
1. Video Profile
z Intelligent Analysis Mode: You can select Enable or Disable to switch the IVS
function.
Note: This item will appear on MD-3025-IVS
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z Video Stabilization: Video Stabilization is a video enhancement technique which
reduces the jitter in video caused due to camera shake. It is achieved by moving a
sub-frame in the video frame in opposite direction to the camera movement.
z Corridor Mode: You can select Enable or Disable to switch the Corridor function.
Only support at 1080x1920 resolution. When enable Corridor mode, the Video
stabilization, ROI will be disable.
z ROI: ROI means Region of Interest. When the main stream is set to High Resolution,
user can select specified region for monitoring, this can save the bandwidth if there
are too many collision on the network.
z Main Stream & Second Stream: It enables the encoder to deliver two totally
independent streams of video, separately configured for different frame rates and
video resolutions.
- Video Resolution: Select the resolution that you want to see the image on screen
from the pull-down menu. It supports several resolution as below:
1. 2048 x 1536 (3M)
2. 1920 x 1080 (1080P)
3. 1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
4. 1280 x 960 (960P)
5. 1280 x 720 (720P)
6. 720 x 480 (D1)
7. 640 x 480 (VGA)
8. 320 x 240 (QVGA)
9. 176 x 144 (QCIF)
You also need to selecta proper Frame Rate setting.
In Intelligent Analysis Mode:
1.
2048 x 1536 (3M)
2.
1920 x 1080 (1080P)
3.
1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
4.
1280 x 960 (960P)
5.
1280 x 720 (720P)
Please be noted that higher resolution and frame rate gets better video quality but
larger network bandwidth. 720P resolution is recommended.
- Main Stream / Second Stream: Select the streaming format as H.264
(High/Main/Baseline Profile) / MPEG4 / MJPEG.
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- Rate Control: Set the proper image quality by selecting Video Quality (VBR) or
Bitrate (CBR) and then select the desired settings from the pull-down menu.
Select Very Low, Low, Normal, High or Very High for VBR.
Input a bitrate range from 384Kbps to 6Mbps for CBR.
- GOV: Set the GOV value by 1~100 seconds.
z Mobile View (Not supported by MPEG4): The camera supports 3GPP specification.
Select the Disable option to disable this feature. Otherwise, select 3GPP Without
Audio or 3GPP With Audio to transfer the video clips without or with audio.
If you use a mobile phone that supports 3GPP, you can also view the real-time
streaming image captured by the camera on your phone (with the default player on
the phone) by entering the RTSP link:
rtsp://(IP address of the camera)/3gp
Note: Your mobile phone and the service provider must support 3GPP function.
Please contact your service provider when you are failed to use this service.
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z Exposure Setting: There are three options (Auto / Manual / Clear Motion). When you
select Manual mode, you can adjust Exposure Value, Exposure Time and Gain value
of the day and night mode.
‐ Mode: There are three modes (Indoor / Outdoor / Auto) to fit your environment
‐ Auto White Balance: You can enable or disable the function.
‐ IR-Cut: The camera can automatically or manually remove the IR-cut filter to let IR
light into the sensor during low light conditions.
Auto:
Photo Sensor: The camera automatically removes the filter based on the photo
sensor.
Manual: User can use this function to determine the threshold, and the camera
switches between day mode and night mode based on this specified
threshold.
Day Mode:
The camera switches on the IR cut filter at all times to block infrared light.
Night Mode:
The camera switches off the IR cut filter at all times for the sensor to
acceptinfrared light.
Schedule:
The camera switches between day mode and night mode based on a
specifiedschedule. Enter the start and end time for day mode.
‐ ICR Delay Time: Select from 5s to 30s.
3. Image
z Image Setting:
‐ Brightness: Adjust the brightness level from 0~255.
‐ Contrast: Adjust the contrast level from 0~255.
‐ Saturation: Adjust the colors level from 0~255.
‐ Sharpness: Adjust the sharpness level from 0~255.
‐ Click Default to restore the default value.
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Others:
z Mirror: Select Vertical to mirror the image vertically, or select Horizontal to mirror the
image horizontally.
z Power Line Frequency: Select the proper frequency according to the camera’s
location to reduce the flicker: NTSC/60Hz or PAL/50Hz.
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4. WDR
z
z
z
WDR Setting: WDR is intended to provide clear images even under backlighting,
where the intensity of illumination varies a lot.
BLC Setting:Backlight compensation can get ideal exposure of object which is in
front of the strong luminance background
Advance:
Digital Noise Reduction: A digitalfilter designed to reduce visible noisefor
improving visibility of images.
Fog Compensation: Improve visibility of images in fog or smoke by using the Fog
compensation function
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5. Overlay: This option is used to set the image overlay and mask feature of the camera.
z
Enable Time Stamp: Select this option to display the date & time information on
the live view image.
z
Enable Text Display: Select this option and enter your heading text in the box to
display the text information on the live view image.
z
Enable Image Overlay: Select Default Logo or User Define Image to display the
image overlay on the live view image.
You can set the displayed image in transparent mode by selecting the Transparent
option and select the background color as white or black.
When you select User Define Image, you can click Browse to select the image file
from your computer and then click Update to apply the setting.
Note: JPG/JPEG file with maximum 65536 bytes.
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6. Privacy Masks: Click Privacy Mask to open the settings page. On this page, user can
block out sensitive zones to address privacy concerns. User can use the mouse cursor
to size and drag-drop the window, which is recommended to be at least twice the size of
the object (height and width) you want to cover. Up to 4 private mask windows can be
set up on the same screen.
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6.3 Audio
1. Microphone:
z Enable Microphone: Select the option to enable the camera’s audio in function, so that
you can receive the on-site sound and voice from the camera.
2. Speaker
z Enable Speaker: Select the option to enable the camera’s audio out function, so that
the connected speaker can play the sound and voice through the camera.
3. Recording File: During an event action, you can upload one audio file in WAV (mono,
8KHZ, <100KB in size) for playback.
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6.4 Event
1. Event
z Media Format: Select One Snapshot to send the alarm message with one still image
captured by the camera, or select H264 Video to send the alarm message with one
video clip recorded by the camera.
You can set the attachment that is captured in Pre Event or Post Event time when
the event has been triggered.
z FTP Server: Select “Enable” to enable the FTP server function.
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FTP Server: Enter the IP address of the target FTP server.
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User Name: Enter the user name to login into the FTP server.
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Password: Enter the password to login into the FTP server
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File Path Name: Enter the port number used for the FTP server.
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Test FTP: You can test the FTP server function first here.
Note: Due to the network environment, the camera may not upload number of
images that you set.
z
Mail Server: Select “Enable” to enable the SMTP server function.
- SMTP Mail Server: Enter the mail server address. For example, mymail.com.
- Port: Assign the SMTP port in the text box. The default SMTP port is 25.
- Sender Email Address: Enter the email address of the user who will send the email.
For example, [email protected]
- Receiver #1/#2 Email Address: Enter the first/second email address of the user
who will receive the email.
- Subject: Enter the subject of the message for the event.
- Authentication: Select the option according to the mail server configuration.
- User Name: Enter the user name to login the mail server.
- Password: Enter the password to login the mail server.
- Test SMTP: When done, click the button to test the SMTP server function.
- Requires SSL Encryption: If the mail server requires an encrypted connection, you
should select the SSL option.
- STARTTLS: Select it if the server needs the STARTTLS encryption.
Note: Due to the network environment, the camera may not upload number of
images that you set.
z
Samba Event Server: Select “Enable” to enable the Network Storage server for
the camera.
- Samba Server Address: Enter the IP address of the Network Storage server.
- Path: Assign the path for uploading the files on the Network Storage server.
- User Name: Enter the user name to login into the Network Storage server.
- Password: Enter the password to login into the Network Storage server.
- Test SMB: When done, click the button to test the network storage server function.
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Note: The recorded video files in Network Storage are enclosed by MP4/AVI format
without audio.
z
TCP Server: Select “Enable” to enable the TCP Server function.
- TCP Server Address: Enter the TCP server address.
- TCP Port: 80. Revise it only needed.
- Message: Enter the message here.
- Test TCP: Click to test the TCP server function.
z
HTTP Server: Select “Enable” to enable the TCP Server function.
- URL: Enter the URL path of the HTTP server.
- HTTP Port: 80. Revise it only needed.
- Login Name: Enter the login name of the HTTP server.
- Login Password: Enter the login password of the HTTP server.
- Message: Enter the message here.
- Test HTTP: Click to test the HTTP server function.
2. Event Schedule
Click “Add” for more detail settings.
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z
Follow the steps below to set up the Event Schedule for the camera:
1. Select “Enable” and enter the Event Name.
2. Schedule: Select to always trigger the event or on specific time period and date.
3. Select the Trigger by: Trigger by: Motion Detection / Digital Input 1 / Digital
Input 2 / Tamper Detection / Video Analytics / Periodically time/ SD Card
Read/Write Fail Detection / Network Disconnect / Audio Detection.
(Video Analytics: Please go to Video Analytics Æ Set Event Action for individual
setting)
4. Action: Select the trigger method.
- Enable FTP: The camera will upload the attachment to FTP when triggered.
- Enable EMAIL: The camera will send the attachment to the assigned receiver when
triggered.
- Enable Samba: The camera will transfer the attachment to the network storage
when triggered.
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Enable SD CARD: Image will be saved into local MicroSD Card when triggered.
Enable TCP: The camera will send instant message when triggered.
Enable HTTP: Camera will send the attachment to HTTP server.
Google Drive: The camera will send the attachment to the Google Drive when
triggered.
Dropbox: The camera will send the attachment to the Dropbox when triggered.
(Please check the Appendix .B for detail.)
Trigger digital output: The camera will trigger the connected device on the
camera’s output for 1~60 seconds.
Audio File Playback: Playback a recorded audio file when triggered.
Modify/Delete: To change/remove the event profile, select the file on the list and
click Modify/Delete.
Note: To enable the FTP/Email/Samba/TCP/HTTP services, the required settings of
must be completed in the Advance >> Event section.
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3. Motion Detection
The Motion Detection option contains the commands and settings that allow you to
enable and set up the motion detection feature of the camera. The camera provides
three detecting areas.
z Follow the steps below to set up the Motion Detection function for the camera:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select Enable Motion Detection.
Window 1/2/3: When the detecting area is enabled, you can use the mouse to
move the detecting area and change the coverage.
Set the Percentage and Sensitivity (1~99) for detecting motion to record video.
When done, click Apply to save the settings and activate the motion detection
function.
4. Audio Detection:
z Audio Detection: Select to enable or disable the audio detection function.
z Audio Alarm Level: The higher level means need higher volume to trigger the event.
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5.
Tamper Detection
Camera Tamper Detection (CTD) detects tampering events in surveillance cameras that
may compromise the integrity of the video content. Examples of camera tampering
include obstructing the lens with paint or a foreign object, adjusting the lens' focus or
aperture settings, pointing the camera in a different direction, and turning off the lights (if
indoors with no major change in ambient illumination expected). CTD can tolerate the
effects of automatic camera gain, camera shaking that causes mild image jitter (less
than +/- 4 pixels in any direction), and dimly lit scenes.
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z Select ON/OFF to enable/disable the Tamper Detection.
z Select Sensitivity to set the sensitivity level.
The higher the sensitivity, detects the minutest tampering attempts.
z Select Reset Time. Once a tampering is detected, the camera will resume a normal
operating after a certain stability time (Reset Time) during which no detection will be
performed.
z Select Alarm Type to specify the activation condition.
z Statistics Chart Display: You can see the test result of alarm type here.
6.5 Storage
1. Recording
z Recording: Select the option to enable the recording to storage function.
- NAS/File Server: Enter the IP address of the Network Storage/CIFS server.
- Upload Path: Assign the path for uploading the files on the Network Storage/CIFS
server.
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- Login Name: Enter the user name to login into the Network Storage/CIFS server.
- Password: Enter the password to login into the Network Storage/CIFS server.
- Maximum Size of Each File: This option allows you to limit the file size to be
uploaded to the server.
- Timestamp: Select this option to add the date & time information on the attachment.
z Schedule:
- NAS/File Server: Enter the IP address of the Network Storage/CIFS server.
z Schedule: Select “Always” to enable recording continuously or select specific time
period and date to record.When done, click Apply to save the settings.
2. Recording List
This page shows the files list information. User may play or delete the selected file.
Note: Please remember to insert a MicroSD card before you start to use this
function.
You can format MicroSD card in System=> Maintenance.
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6.6 System
The System menu contains sub-menus as below. When completed, click Apply to save the
settings.
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1. Device Settings
z DIPS:
- DIPS (Dynamic IP Service): To enable or disable the DIPS® (Dynamic IP Service)
function.
- Device ID (for DIPS): It’s a unique number of each device for identification.
z Information: This item allows you to assign the camera name and location
information.
- Camera Name: Enter a descriptive name for the camera, which is helpful to identify
the camera easily while multiple cameras are connected within the network.
- Location: Enter a descriptive name for the location where is monitored by the
camera.
z
z
Indication LED: This item allows you to set the LED illumination as desired. The
available options include: ON and OFF.
Date and Time: Enter the correct date and time for the system.
- Camera Date & Time: It shows the current date and time.
- TimeZone: Select the proper time zone for the region from the pull-down menu.
- DayLight Saving: Select this option if the Daylight Saving Time is used in your
location.
Daylight Saving means a period from late spring to early fall, and during the period
many countries will set their clocks ahead of normal local time by one hour to give
more daytime light in the evening.
- Don't Modify: Select this option to set the date and time as system’s default
settings.
- Synchronize with NTP Server: Select this option and the time will be synchronized
with the NTP Server. You need to enter the NTP Server Address of the server and
set the Update Interval.
- Manual: Select this option to set the date and time manually.
- Synchronize with PC: Select this option and the date & time settings of the camera
will be synchronized with the connected computer.
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2. Account
z Viewer Login: Anonymous means user can login without user name and password.
Or select “Only users in database” to limit the authentication.
z Admin: To prevent unauthorized access to the camera’s Web Configuration, you are
strongly recommend to change the default administrator password. Type the
administrator password twice and then click Modify to set and confirm the password.
z Users
- User Name/Password/Confirm Password: Enter the user’s name you want to add
to use the camera. Then, enter the password twice for the new user. When done,
click Add to add the new user for the camera.
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- User List: Display the existing users of the camera. To delete a user, select the one
you want to delete and click Delete.
z
Guest
- User Name/Password/Confirm Password: Enter the user’s name you want to add
to use the camera. Then, enter the password twice for the new user. When done,
click Add to add the new user for the camera.
- Guest List: Display the existing guests of the camera. To delete a guest, select the
one you want to delete and click Delete.
Note: The “Users” can access the camera and control the Function buttons of the
camera’s Web Configuration; the “Guest’ can only view the live view image from the
Main screen of the Web Configuration while accessing the camera. Only the “Admin”
is allowed to configure the camera through the Web Configuration.
3. Management Ports
z HTTPS: Select the Enable HTTPS option to enable HTTPS which is a secure protocol
to provide authenticated and encrypted communication within your network.
- HTTPS Port: Assign a HTTPS port in the text box. The default HTTPS port is 443.
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4. Firmware
z Update Firmware: You can upgrade the firmware for your camera once you obtained
a latest version of firmware.
- Current Firmware Version: It displays the current firmware version.
- Update: Click Browse to locate the firmware file and then click Update.
Warning!!!
The download firmware procedure cannot be interrupted. If the power and/or
network connection are broken during the download procedure, it might possibly
cause serious damage to the device. Strongly suggest that DO NOT upgrade
firmware via Wireless LAN due to high error rate possibly and don't allow any other
clients to access this unit during updating procedure. Be aware that you should not
turn off the power during updating the firmware and wait for finish message.
Furthermore, the firmware upgrade procedure always is risk and do not try to upgrade
new firmware if it’s not necessary.
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5. Maintenance
z Factory Reset: Click Reset to restore all factory default settings for the camera.
z System rebooted: Click Reboot to restart the camera just like turning the device off
and on. The camera configuration will be retained after rebooting.
z Configuration Backup: You can save your camera configuration as a backup file on
your computer. Whenever you want to resume the original settings, you can restore
them by retrieving the backup file.
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Backup: Click the button to save the current configuration of the camera.
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Backup to SD CARD Device: Click to save the configuration file to MicroSD card.
z Configuration Restore: lick Browse to locate the backup file on your PC and then
click Restore.
-
Restore From SD CARD Device: Restore the backup file from MicroSD card.
z Format: Click to format the MicroSD card.
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6.7 Status
The Status menu shows the current status of the camera, including the basic information,
audio/video settings, networking configuration, and system logs.
1. Basic
It provides the basic information as above.
2. Audio/Video
It provides the information including H.264/MJPEG/Mobile View/Audio as below.
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3. Network: It provides the information including IP/LAN as below.
4. System Log: It provides the log information as below.
z Enable remote log: Enter the IP address to enable the remote log function.
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7. Appendix
A. Video Analytics (Only for MD-3025-IVS)
MD-3025-IVS provides multiple intelligent video analytics that helps you to save your
human resources and reach the goal of automatic surveillance.
Please go to ConfigurationÆVideo Analytics to experience the entire IVS function.
Note: Only one Video Analytics function can be excuted at same time.
When using Video Analytics,we will recommend you to use 720P resolution for best
performance. If 3-Megapixel resolution is selected, only Face Detection will be available.
For more detail settings of IVS, please refer the IVS guide in the CD or AirLive Website.
A.1 Face Detection:
Face detection is a precise feature which needs highly accurate rate of recognition on
human faces only. The software is able to count how many faces in the image and also
highlights those faces simultaneously so the administrator will be easier to look in details on
each face at specific environment.
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z Sensitivity: Adjust sensitivity 0~100%, the higher sensitivity means more precisely
and detailed face detection.
z Event Conditions: Once you want to change the trigger condition, you have to select
the event interval by NONE, Daily, Hourly or User Define and Quantity. For example,
if you set Interval with NONE, no matter how many triggers you select, the alarm will
be on when IP Camera detect the face.
z Set Event Action: Go to the Event Schedule to Add or Edit the IVS event.
z Detection Result Overlay: Select OFF, Privacy Mask or Rectangle to be shown on
the face when any face has been detected.
z Calibration (Min. Face Size): Face detection requires the min. face size is 20x20
pixels, so you can use this for reference.
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z Face Enhancement: Enable this function for more accuracy.
z Image Capture: Enable this function to save the image to Samba server or MicroSD
card.
Note: When you change the media format, it will effect all the exsisted events.
z Statistics Record: This function can record how many faces have been detected.
You can configure your camera in different ways to generate the statistics you
required and statisticdata can be exported in csv format file.
- Select Statistics Period to specify the period you want the data for.
- Select the range to export the data or press “Reset” to delete it.
z Statistics Chart Display: Enable this to see the detection result by chart.
A.2 Face Recognition:
The key feature of Face Recognition is to recognize faces for access control or any
suspicious persons in camera which match the database. You can save up to 10 face
images to the AirLive MD-3025-IVS for recognition, so when the camera catch the face
which match the database, the camera will trigger related output devices by necessary
reaction.
z Select proper alarm time in Trigger Interval.
z Select to Enable/Disable the overlay in Recognition Result Overlay. All the detected
face will be shown on the live view screen.
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z Select Confidence Level to set the confidence thresholdwhen compared to the faces
in the database.
z Set Event Action: Go to the Event Schedule to Add or Edit the IVS event.
z Register function supports memorizing up to 10 results of face recognition into the
database. Also you can select to edit the database, backup to or restore from the
MicroSD card device.
z Edit Users Database: You can edit the registered database here. (See below)
z Backup/ Restore from SD Card Drive: User can backup and restore the database by
MicroSD card.
z Backup/ Restore: User can backup and restore the database by the computer.
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A.3 iMotion Detection (Intelligent Motion Detection)
Intelligent Motion Detection is able to increase the accuracy of motion detection and also
provides more flexible setting with polygon for the zones. Any moving object in the zone will
trigger this alarm. Objects must move and stay within the boundary for at least 100 ms.
z Select Sensitivity to set the detection sensitivity level. Higher sensitivity will make it
easier to detect and less objects missing, but more misjudgments.
z Select People / Vehicles / Anything as the detected objects.
z Select Calibration (People or Vehicle Object Sizes).The minimum and maximum
boundary of objects can be specified to improve the detection accuracy. The width
and length values must be at least 6 pixels. If any false detection caused by smaller
objects, you can try to increase the minimum size.
‐ Min. Size of Calibration: The width and length values must be 6 pixels at least. If
any false detection caused by smaller objects, you can try to increase the minimum
size.
‐ Max. Size of Calibration: It has to be larger than the minimum size and half the
frame size is the most.
‐ Go to the Event Schedule to Add or Edit the IVS event in the Set Event Action.
‐ Up to4 zones can be specified when click the Add Zone function. Left click to add the
point and 15 points at most can be used in each zone.
‐ SelectDelete Zone/All to delete the zones
‐ Select Enable/Disable to allow the trigger or not.
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A.4 Trip Zone
The Trip Zone is an area protection based on two virtual areas with a line in center. Any
object moves across the line within 0.5 second at least will trigger the alarm and send out
an alert. It can be set to detect one direction or both directions. It is very useful to some
surveillance environments like walls, railroad platform, parking lot entrance or any
intersection where needs to monitor the “Against Traffic”.
z Select Sensitivity to set the detection sensitivity level. Higher sensitivity will make it
easier to detect and less objects missing, but more misjudgments.
z Select People / Vehicles / Anything as the detected objects.
z SelectCalibration (People or Vehicle Object Sizes).The minimum and maximum
boundary of objects can be specified to improve the detection accuracy. If any false
detection caused by smaller objects, you can try to increase the minimum size.
z In Event Conditions, you can specify the minimum time interval and quantity (500 at
most) for each alarm.And go add or edit the IVS event in the Set Event Action.
z Select Rotate Mode or Transform Mode in Edit Mode.
‐ Rotate Mode: User can rotate the zone at will.
‐ Transform Mode: User can drag the point of the zone to any shape.
z Directionality: User can select the detected moving direction from one to another or
both the directions
z Statistics Chart Display: Here will show the result of Trip Zone.
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A.5 Object Counting
The Object Counting makes store owners easier to calculate the number of people in and
out of the store. You may choose one way or two way directions for counting. The numbers
can be displayed on screen and saved to the database. It is also useful to calculate the
amount of traffic flow on the highway.
Select Sensitivity to set the detection sensitivity level. Higher sensitivity will make it
easier to detect and less objects missing, but more misjudgments.
z Select People / Vehicles / Anything as the detected objects.
z SelectCalibration (People or Vehicle Object Sizes).The minimum and maximum
boundary of objects can be specified to improve the detection accuracy. If any false
detection caused by smaller objects, you can try to increase the minimum size.
–Min.Size of Calibration: The width and length values must be 6 pixels at least. If any
false detection caused by smaller objects, you can try to increase the minimum size.
z
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z
z
z
‐
‐
z
z
‐
‐
–Max.Size of Calibration: It has to be larger than the minimum size and half the frame
size is the most.
In Event Conditions, you can specify the minimum time interval and quantity for each
alarm.And go add or edit the IVS event in the Set Event Action.
Enable / Disable the Counting Result Overlay.
Reset Counter: Select the minimum time interval to reset the counter result.
SelectRotate Mode or Transform Mode in Edit Mode:
Rotate Mode: User can rotate the zone at will.
Transform Mode: User can drag the point of the zone to any shape
Directionality: User can select the detected moving direction from one to another or
both the directions.
Statistics Record: You can configure your camera in different ways to generate the
statistics you required and statistic data can be exported in csv format file.
Selectand choose the Statistics Period that you want and also you can export or reset
the result.
Statistics Chart Display: Here will show the result of Trip Zone.
A.6 e-Fence
The e-Fence is an electronic fence protection system which is able to detect and send
output alert if any object is entering or leaving the boundaries you set in the camera. This
function can be used in many applications, either as a standalone protection system or
other protection systems such as airports, power plants, radio towers or even military
camps.
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z Select Sensitivity to set the detection sensitivity level. Higher sensitivity will make it
easier to detect and less objects missing, but more misjudgments.
z Select People / Vehicles / Anything as the detected objects.
z Select Calibration (People or Vehicle Object Sizes).The minimum and maximum
boundary of objects can be specified to improve the detection accuracy. The width
and length values must be at least 6 pixels. If any false detection caused by smaller
objects, you can try to increase the minimum size.
‐ Min. Size of Calibration: The width and length values must be 6 pixels at least. If any
false detection caused by smaller objects, you can try to increase the minimum size.
‐ Max. Size of Calibration: It has to be larger than the minimum size and half the frame
size is the most.
z Set Event Action: Go to the Event Schedule to Add or Edit the IVS event.
z Up to4 zones can be specified when click the Add Zone function. Left click to add the
point and 15 points at most can be used in each zone.
z Select Delete Zone/All to delete the zones.
z Select Enable/Disable to allow the trigger or not.
z Statistics Chart Display: Here will show the detection result of e-Fence.
B. Dropbox
Please follow below steps to setup Dropbox settings.
1) Enable Dropbox then click ‘Create App’ button, it will pop up Dropbox- Sign in page.
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2) Please input Dropbox ID and password then click “Sign in” button.
3) Click ‘Create app’ button.
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4) Select ‘Dropbox API app’ item.
5) Please follow below steps to create app.
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7) Please copy “App key” and “ APP secret”
8) Paste to the BU-3028 Dropbox “App key” and “ APP secret” field then click ‘Get
AuthString” button
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9) Press “Allow” button
10) Copy the code
11) Paste the key to BU-3028 Authorization String field then click ‘Apply” button
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12) Wait for a moment, it will create “Access Token’ key Automatically.
14) Click ‘Get Information” button will pop up the Dropbox information then click “Apply” to
save settings.
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