Hikvision Network Mobile DVR Secures Armored Truck of China

Hikvision Network Mobile DVR Secures Armored Truck of China
Quick Start Guide
Hybrid DVR
DS-90xxHFI-ST, DS-90xxHWI-ST
NVR
DS-96xxNI-ST/RT
Plug ’n Play NVR
DS-77xxNI-SP
Note: For more information refer to the complete User Manual located on the CD-ROM
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OVERVIEW
1. Overview
2. Device Activation
3. Main Menu Layout
4. Formatting the HDD
5. Date and Time Setup
6. Setting up The Network
7. Adding IP Cameras (Non-POE Models)
8. Setting Up Recording
9. Configuring the Mobile APP
10. Playing Back Recorded Video
11. Making a Backup
Please connect a monitor and a USB mouse (supplied) to the DVR/NVR for configuration
purposes
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1. OVERVIEW
THE BOX CONTAINS:
:
Hybrid DVR/NVR
Hard Drive
(Preinstalled)
USB Mouse
Hard Drive Cables
IR Remote
(Batteries not included)
Rack Mount Ears
Power Cord
Quick Start
Guide
Hard Drive Mounting
Screws and Brackets
Manual/Software CD
Please note, that the Quick Start Guide is compiled for the latest firmware versions. Please
upgrade the firmware of the DVR/NVR to the latest version before proceeding. Also note, that
the CD may contain outdated manuals and software.
For latest firmware, manual, and software downloads please visit:
www.hikvision.com/en/us/download.asp
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DS-9016HFI-ST, DS-9016HWI-ST
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REAR VIEW
FRONT VIEW
1. Analog Camera Inputs
2. Spot Monitor Outputs (x4)
3. BNC Monitor Output (x1)
4. Audio Out for BNC and VGA
5. Line Input (for 2 way audio)
6. RS-232
7. VGA Monitor Output (x1)
8. HDMI Monitor Output (x1)
9. e-SATA Port
10. RJ-45 Network Ports (x2)
11. “RESERVED”
12. Alarm In/Out, RS-485 Pins
13. Grounding Post
14. Power Plug
15. Power Switch
16. Additional Audio Inputs for channels 516
1. Front Panel Release (to expose
HDDs)
2. Alpha-Numerical Buttons (1-16)
3. IR Receiver
4. DVD-RW Drive (Optional)
5. DVD-RW Eject Button
6. USB Ports (x2)
7. Control Buttons
8. Directional and Enter Buttons
9. Jog Control
10. Front Panel Lock
11. Power Button
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DS-7716NI-SP/16
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FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
1. Built in POE Ports (x16)
2. e-SATA Port
3. RS-232
4. BNC Monitor Output
5. VGA Monitor Output
6. “RESERVED”
7. Alarm In/Out, RS-485 Pins
8. Power Plug
9. Power Switch
10. Audio Out for BNC
11. Audio Out for VGA
12. HDMI Monitor Output
13. USB Port (x1)
14. RJ-45 Network Port
15. Line Input (for 2 way audio)
16. Grounding Post
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
USB Ports (x2)
DVD-RW Drive (Optional)
DVD-RW Eject Button
Directional and Enter Buttons
IR Receiver
Control Buttons
Jog Control
Power Button
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REAR VIEW
1. Spot Monitor Outputs (x4)
2. RS-232
3. VGA Monitor Output (x1)
4. HDMI Monitor Output (x1)
5. e-SATA Port
6. RJ-45 Network Ports (x2)
7. “RESERVED”
8. Alarm In/Out, RS-485 Pins
9. Grounding Post
10. Power Plug
11. Power Switch
FRONT VIEW
1. Front Panel Release (to expose HDDs)
2. IR Receiver
3. DVD-RW Drive (Optional)
4. DVD-RW Eject Button
5. USB Ports (x2)
6. Control Buttons
7. Directional and Enter Buttons
8. Jog Control
9. Power Button
10. Front Panel Lock
11. Control Buttons
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2.
Device Activation
To ensure the highest level of protection, Hikvision requires users to create a new
password for the admin account upon first login to a device. The system will check the
password strength; “Risky” passwords will not be accepted.
Device Firmware with Secure Activation
Device Type
Value Series IP Camera
Smart Series IP Camera
NVR/Hybrid
Plug-n-Play NVR
Turbo DVR
Super NVR
NOTE:
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Model Number
DS-2CD2xxx
DS-2CD4xxx
DS-9016HWI-ST
DS-96xxNI-ST
DS-7716NI-SP/16
DS-76xxNI-EI(E2)/P
DS-72xxHGHI-SH
DS-73xxHQHI-SH
DS-90xxHQHI-SH
DS-96128NI-E24/H
DS-96256NI-E24/H
Firmware Version
V5.3.0
V5.3.0
V3.1.5
V3.1.0
V3.1.6
TBD
DVRs/NVRs starting with the latest firmware (see chart, above) WILL NO
LONGER HAVE A DEFAULT PASSWORD. The user must activate the
DVR/NVR by creating a password for the admin account in one of four ways:
Local Activation
1. Power on the DVR/NVR.
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A message will appear, prompting user to activate the device.
The username field will be greyed-out with the username set to admin.
2. Type in a password of your choosing (see “Password Strength Levels” table for
guidelines).
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The password strength will be displayed, accompanied by a color indicator:
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NOTE:
Level 0–Risky (red indicator): Not acceptable
Level 1–Weak (red indicator): Acceptable
Level 2–Fair (orange indicator): Acceptable
Level 3–Strong (blue indicator): Acceptable
Activation will not be allowed unless the password is of acceptable strength.
The strength level indicator colors can vary by activation process, model number, and
device type.
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3. Retype the password into the “Confirm Password” field.
4. After an acceptable password has been created, a confirmation message will
appear on the screen.
5. Press the OK button to proceed.
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SADP Software Activation (v2.2.3.5 or higher)
1. Launch the new version of the SADP software (v2.2.3.5).
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The software will display all Hikvision devices on the network.
A new field called “Security” will be displayed
2. If the DVR/NVR is “Inactive,” highlight the DVR/NVR and enter a new password
into the “New Password” field on the bottom right of the screen.
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The password strength will be displayed, accompanied by a color indicator:
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Level 0–Risky (no indicator): Not acceptable
Level 1–Weak (pink indicator): Acceptable
Level 2–Medium (yellow indicator): Acceptable
Level 3–Strong (green indicator): Acceptable
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Bar length indicates strength level.
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Activation will not be allowed unless the password is of acceptable strength. If
the password is unacceptable strength (“Risky”), a warning box will be
displayed.
3. Retype the password into the “Confirm Password” field.
4. After the password has been entered and confirmed, press the OK button to
display the pop-up confirmation window.
5. Press the “X” in the top right corner of the pop-up confirmation window to dismiss
the window.
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iVMS-4200 Windows Client Software (v2.3.1.3 or higher) Activation
1. Launch the iVMS-4200 software.
2. Go to Control PanelDevice Management.
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On the bottom of the screen in the Online Devices section the screen will
display all Hikvision devices on the network.
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A new field called “Security” will be displayed.
3. If the DVR/NVR is “Inactive,” highlight the DVR/NVR and press the Activate
button to display the “Activation” window.
4. Enter a new password into the “Password” field.
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The password strength will be displayed, accompanied by a color indicator:
• Level 0–Risky (no indicator): Not acceptable
• Level 1–Weak (pink indicator): Acceptable
• Level 2–Medium (yellow indicator): Acceptable
• Level 3–Strong (green indicator): Acceptable
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Bar length indicates strength level.
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Activation will be allowed if the password is of acceptable strength.
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If the password is of unacceptable strength (“Risky”), a warning box will be
displayed explaining the requirements for an acceptable password.
5. Retype the password into the “Confirm Password” field.
6. After the password has been entered and confirmed, press the OK button.
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The DVR’s/NVR’s status will change to “Active.”
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Web Interface Activation
1. In a Web browser, type the DVR’s/NVR’s IP address and press Enter.
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The Activation Window will appear instead of the login page.
2. Enter a new password into the “Password” field.
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The password strength will be displayed, accompanied by a color indicator:
• Level 0–Risky (no indicator): Not acceptable
• Level 1–Weak (pink indicator): Acceptable
• Level 2–Medium (yellow indicator): Acceptable
• Level 3–Strong (green indicator): Acceptable
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Bar length indicates strength level.
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Activation will be allowed if the password is of acceptable strength. A white
checkmark will appear in a green circle to the right of the password field.
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If the password is unacceptable strength (“Risky”, a white X will appear in a
red circle to the right of the password field and a warning dialog box will be
displayed explaining the requirements for an acceptable password.
3. Press the OK button.
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Upon successful activation, user will be logged in to the DVR’s/NVR’s live
view page.
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Password Strength Levels
STRENGTH LEVEL
DESCRIPTION
Level 0 (Risky)
NVRs will not accept a Level 0
password
Password length is fewer than eight
characters, contains only one type of
character, is the same as the user name,
and/or is the mirror writing of the user name.
This type of password will not be accepted.
Level 1 (Weak)
NVRs will accept a Level 1 password
Password contains two kinds of characters.
The combination is number + lowercase letter
or number + uppercase letter, and the
password length is at least eight characters.
This type of password will be accepted.
Level 2 (Medium/Fair)
NVRs will accept a Level 2 password
Password contains two types of characters.
The combination is neither number +
lowercase letter nor number + uppercase
letter, and the password length is at least
eight characters. This type of password will
be accepted.
Level 3 (Strong)
NVRs will accept a Level 3 password
Password contains more than three types of
characters, and the password length is at
least eight characters. This type of password
will be accepted.
NOTE:
Types of characters are lowercase letters, uppercase letters,
numbers, and special characters. Only ASCII characters are
allowed.
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3. MAIN MENU LAYOUT
DEFAULT USERNAME: admin
(Please note, that the username and password are case sensitive)
View recorded video
and make Backup
Search for
snapshots, make
large backups
Search for VCA
event
Setup recording
type, motion
detection, resolution
and frame rate and
more
Add cameras,
Change brightness,
contrast… Camera
name, PTZ, Privacy
mask
Setup Date/Time,
network, screen
settings, user
accounts and more
Upgrade firmware,
factory default,
system logs,
import/export
settings
Model number,
firmware version,
camera status, HDD
status and more
Log Out and Lock
the NVR
Display the current
logged in user
Exit MENU to
Live View
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4. FORMATTING THE HARD DRIVE
If the Hard Drive (HDD) is not formatted (initialized), the NVR will begin to beep. The beeping
will continue until the HDD is formatted. To format the HDD, go to:
“MENU” > “SYSTEM CONFIGURATION” > “HDD”
Select the HDDs that need to be formatted, and press “INIT”
List of HDDs
Total HDD Space
Free Space
Estimated time of
recording(days)
Please Note:
Units purchased with HDDs, already
come with formatted HDDs
Formatting the HDDs also erases the
recorded video from the HDDs (this
does not affect the settings).
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5. DATE AND TIME SETUP
To setup the Time and Date on a DVR/NVR, please go to:
“MENU” > “SYSTEM CONFIGURATION” > “GENERAL”
NTP Settings
Time Zone
and Daylight
Savings Time
settings
Date and Time
settings
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6. SETTING UP THE NETWORK
ESS
Networking a DVR/NVR requires 3 steps:
1. Assign an IP address, Default Gateway, Subnet Mask, and a DNS server (Please
note: DNS, not DDNS) to the DVR/NVR
2. Forward the appropriate ports on the router (Port Forwarding).
3. Register DDNS (DDNS registration is required only if the public IP address is Dynamic).
To assigning an IP ADDRESS, go to “MENU”>”SYSTEM CONFIGURATION”>”NETWORK”
Working
Mode
General
Default
Route
Enable
DHCP
With DHCP
enabled, the
router will
assign an IP
address to
the
DVR/NVR
Select NIC
IP CONFIGURATION
Note that the DVR/NVR has a default IP Address set to 192.0.0.64
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Working Mode, Select NIC and Default Route do not exist in the DS-7716NI-SP/16 Plug-nPlay NVR
Working Mode sets the binding method between the 2 network cards.
Working Mode has 3 modes:
 Net Fault-tolerance (Both LAN ports need to be connected to the camera network. In
case one LAN port fails, the other one will take over the connection. This is a Network
Redundancy Mode)
 Load Balance (Both LAN ports need to be connected to the camera network. The LAN
cards split the network load. This is recommended for DS-9664NI-ST/RT)
 Multi-Address (In this mode the LAN cards operate independently from each other.
One LAN port will connect to the camera network, the other LAN will connect to the
Router for remote access).
Default Route determines which LAN port is used for accessing the DVR/NVR and not used
to connect to IP cameras
For DVRs/NVRs with 32 channels or less, set the Working Mode to MULTI-ADDRESS (For
this to take effect, please restart the DVR/NVR).
On the back of the DVR/NVR there are 2 LAN ports. The bottom port is LAN1, the top port is
LAN2
Connect LAN1 to the Router for remote access and connect LAN2 to the POE switch with the
cameras.
Step 1
Set the Default Route to LAN1.
Step 2
From the “SELECT NIC” dropdown select LAN1.
Step 3
Enable DHCP (check the checkbox). Press “APPLY” and then press “REFRESH”
Step 4
After pressing refresh, the IPv4 Address, IPv4 Subnet Mask and IPv4 Default Gateway will
have new values.
Step 5
Disable DHCP (uncheck the checkbox)
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SELECT NIC
Toggle
between LAN1
and LAN2
settings
ENABLE
DHCP
Please Note:
After enabling
DHCP,
The IP
configuration
becomes
“Greyed out”
REFRESH
Step 6
Change the value of “PREFFERED DNS SERVER” to 8.8.8.8 (“ALTERNATE DNS SERVER”
can be left blanc).
Step 7
From the “SELECT NIC” dropdown select LAN2.
Step 8
Manually assign an IP address to LAN2 (please note, that LAN2 cannot be in the same range
as LAN1). The Subnet mask for LAN2 should be 255.255.255.0
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After assigning the IP information, click on the “MORE SETTINGS” tab
The “MORE SETTINGS” tab contains the ports that need to be forwarded for remote access
.
The SERVER PORT is responsible for the MOBILE APP and CLIENT SOFTWARE log-in.
The HTTP PORT is responsible for WEB BROWSER log-in.
The RTSP PORT is responsible for VIDEO/AUDIO STREAMING.
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Units with older firmware have the RTSP PORT set to 554. A lot of cell phone carriers block
incoming data through port 554, which is why HikVision recommends changing that port to
10554
The HTTP PORT and the SERVER PORT can be changed if desired, in order to avoid
conflicts with the ISP or the existing network configuration.
PORT FORWARDING
After assigning the IP information to the DVR/NVR, connect a computer to the same router that
the DVR/NVR is connected to (wired connection is recommended, to avoid complications). Log
into the ROUTER, and proceed with PORT FORWARDING.
For PORT FORWARDING assistance contact the Internet Service Provider (ISP), or the router
manufacturer. Also refer to www.portforward.com for port forwarding step by step instructions.
Please be aware, that HikVision USA is not associated with www.portforward.com, and not
responsible for any activity between the user and www.portforward.com. Please refrain from
downloading any software from the abovementioned website.
Proceed to the “ROUTERS” section for step by step instructions.
DDNS SETUP
DDNS registration has been made more user friendly, and takes only a few seconds to
complete. The legacy units require user registration on www.hik-online.com. This step is no
longer needed.
Click on the DDNS tab
In the DDNS tab:
a. Enable DDNS
b. Change the DDNS TYPE to HiDDNS (in some cases HkDDNS)
c. Make sure that the SERVER ADDRESS is set to www.hik-online.com
d. Create a DEVICE DOMAIN NAME (the domain name CANNOT contain spaces,
special characters and/or upper case letters
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Enable DDNS and
create a DOMAIN
NAME
After the changes have been made, presses “APPLY”. Status will be changed to “Register
success”.
If the Domain Name does not meet the acceptable criteria, and/or is already registered, an
error message will appear
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7. ADDING IP CAMERAS
If you have a DS-7716NI-SP/16, please skip to “7. RECORDING SETUP”
Go to:
“MENU”>”CAMERAS SETUP”
Press the “GARBAGE CAN”
icon to delete an added camera
Press “+” to add the
camera to the NVR
Please refer to
the manual for
detailed
information
“REFRESH”
to find cameras
connected to the
network
Press “EDIT” to change the
camera’s IP address.
The camera’s IP has to be in
the same range as LAN2
List of detected
cameras (YELLOW)
List of added
cameras (WHITE)
Please note: To change the CAMERA NAME go to OSD
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8. SETTING UP RECORDING
HikVision DVRs/NVRs are defaulted to CONTINUOUS RECORDING.
Please go to: “MENU”>”RECORDING CONFIGURATION”
Setup Recording Schedule
(Continuous/Motion)
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The color of the calendar is what
constitutes the recording schedule:
1. Blue=Continuous
2. Yellow=Event (Motion/Alarm)
3. Green= POS (Point of sales)
4. Grey= No Recording
Please note: If ENABLE SCHEDULE is not
checked, then that camera would not be recording
This field is used to
customize a part of the
existing schedule
This can be ignored if
setting up motion only
recording
Select the camera.
Enable/Disable the schedule
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To set the DVR/NVR to MOTION RECORDING, go to:
1. “MENU”>”RECORDING CONFIGURATION”
2. Click on the “EVENT” under the calendar (yellow). After this the mouse cursor will
change to a WAND.
3. Select the calendar, and it will turn YELLOW (just like on a computer, click on the topleft corner of the calendar and drag to the bottom-right corner).
4. Press APPLY.
5. Press COPY to copy the new schedule to the remaining cameras.
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After the recording has been set to “EVENT RECORDING” go to “MOTION DETECT” to set
the motion detection for every camera. In this step, the “COPY” option is available only for
analog cameras, the IP cameras need to be configured individually.
Motion Detection
Setup
Motion Sensitivity
The amount of bright
green squares
indicates the
sensitivity level. (in
this picture the
sensitivity is set to 3)
Motion Area
The grid indicates
the area, where
motion will be
detected
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To set the recording RESOLUTION/FRAMERATE/BITRATE settings, please go to:
”RECORD QUALITY” in the “RECORDING CONFIGURATION” submenu
Select
Main
Stream
Record
Quality
Select
Camera
Continuous
Pertains to live
view image as
well as
continuous
recording
Event
Pertains to event
recording only
(Motion or alarm)
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Stream Type allows enable/disable the audio streaming from the cameras (if the camera does
not have audio capabilities, then the Stream Type will only have Video option)
Resolution allows setting of the recording resolution
Bitrate Type allows the NVR to save HDD space when set to Variable (Available choses:
Variable and Constant)
Video Quality adjusts picture clarity (medium setting (3 green squares) is recommended.
Medium setting is the balance between good picture and saving HDD space).
Frame Rate allows setting of the recording frame rate (12-15 fps is recommended to save
HDD space and not to have a “choppy” image)
Max Bitrate Mode allows choosing between preset bitrate values and customizing the values
(General setting is recommended)
Max Bitrate (KBPS) is the chosen bitrate for streaming the video
Max Bitrate Recommended is the NVR/DVR’s recommended bitrate according to the
parameters set above.
Record Audio allows turning the audio recording on or off (this option is only available if the
camera has a microphone connected to it, or only the analog channels 1-4 on the hybrid NVR).
Video Stream allows changing the recording stream between Main Stream and Sub Stream
(this step requires a restart).
Please refer to the table below for recommended recording parameters
Resolution
320x240 (QVGA)
Video Quality
Medium (3 squares)
Frame Rate (FPS)
12-15
Bitrate (KBPS)
207
352x240 (CIF)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
384
640x480 (VGA)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
768
704x480 (4CIF)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
1024
1280x720 (720P)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
2048
1280x960 (960P)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
2048
1600x1200 (2MP)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
2560
1920x1080 (1080P)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
3072
2048x1536 (3MP)
Medium (3 squares)
12-15
3072
2560x1920 (5MP)
Medium (3 squares)
8
4096
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Last step in the recording setup is setting up the Sub Stream.
The Sub Stream is used for streaming on mobile devices, as well as displaying multiple
cameras on the local output
Select
Sub
Stream
Record
Quality
Select
Camera
Unlike Main Stream,
Sub Stream can only go up to 4CIF
Please note: If the upload speed is not sufficient, consider lowering the frame
rate/bitrate/resolution for more fluent mobile app viewing.
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9. CONFIGURING THE MOBILE APP
All HikVision DVRs, NVRs and IP Cameras can be accessed with iVMS-4500 application.
The APP can be downloaded from the APP STORE (iPhone/iPad), PLAYSTORE (Android).
The app is also available for WINDOWS MOBILE devices (Nokia Phones and tablets).
Download the app from the appropriate place and launch it. When the APP is launched for the
first time, a tutorial screen will be displayed, and it can be easily skipped.
Launch
the APP
Select
your
region
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“ADD” BUTTON
Manual Adding
“MENU” BUTTON
DEVICES BUTTON
ENTER THE INFO
“REGISTER MODE”
Please Note:
If free HikVision
DDNS is
configured for
the device,
change the
“REGISTER
MODE” to
HiDDNS
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CHANGE THE MODE
ENTER “DEVICE DOMAIN”
COMPLETE THE PAGE
Please Note:
Alias is just a
friendly name for
the address book
(i.e. Home/Office)
User Name and
Password are
the DVR’s/NVR’s
username and
password
Please note:
The “CAMERA
NUMBER” is set
to 1.
After saving the
changes, the
number will
resemble the
correct amount of
cameras
“SAVE” BUTTON
Please note:
The “CAMERA
NUMBER” has
changed to the
correct number
of cameras
connected to
the DVR/NVR
Please note:
“START LIVE
VIEW” button
will begin live
camera stream
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10. PLAYING BACK RECORDED VIDEO
To initiate a PLAYBACK, go to “MENU”>”PLAYBACK”.
“Full Screen”
button.
Going to a full
screen view
Select a
camera to
playback
Select the
desired date to
playback
Press PLAY to
begin playback
Click on the
timeline to
select the
desired time of
playback
Steps to initiate PLAYBACK
1. Select the desired camera
2. Select the desired date. The days that contain recording will be highlighted on the
calendar
3. Press “PLAY”
4. Select the desired time using the Timeline or “Jump to Time” feature.
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11. MAKING A BACKUP
Exit and save
clip
START/END
Clipping
Select the
“START TIME”
Select the
“END TIME”
Steps to make a BACKUP of recorded video
1. Insert a USB FLASH Drive or a USB HDD into an available USB Port
2. Go to “MENU”>”PLAYBACK”
3. Select the DATE and beginning time of the incident
4. Click “START CLIPPING”
5. Select the ending time of the incident
6. Click “END CLIPPING” (Same button as “Start Clipping”)
7. Repeat steps 1-7 as many times as required
8. Click “EXIT” or right-click.
9. Click “YES” to save clipping.
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After pressing “YES a new window pops up containing all saved clips.
Select the
desired clips
If selected, multiple
clips created from
the same camera
will be stitched
together
EXPORT THE
CLIPS TO USB
DEVICE
10. Select the desired clips
11. Press “EXPORT”
12. After the backup is complete, simply remove the USB FLASH Drive or the USB HDD.
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