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ENVR
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp,
Release: June 2010 Rev.0
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improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change without
notice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................................................5
2. FEATURES.........................................................................................................................................5
3. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................6
4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................9
4.1 MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................9
4.2 RECOMMENDED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................................9
4.3 NOTES ABOUT USING ENVR-F16S ...............................................................................................10
5. MAIN WINDOW MENU TREE..................................................................................................... 11
6. SETTING UP ....................................................................................................................................12
6.1 LOG IN ..........................................................................................................................................12
6.2 LIVE MONITOR .............................................................................................................................13
6.3 SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................18
6.3.1 System Setup.........................................................................................................................19
6.3.1.1 Server Configuration .................................................................................................................... 20
6.3.1.2 Storage Management.................................................................................................................... 21
6.3.1.3 E-mail FTP Setting....................................................................................................................... 22
6.3.1.4 Status/Text Display....................................................................................................................... 24
6.3.2 Accounts...............................................................................................................................25
6.3.2.1 My Account.................................................................................................................................. 25
6.3.2.2 User Groups ................................................................................................................................. 28
6.3.2.3 User list ........................................................................................................................................ 31
6.3.3 E-Map ..................................................................................................................................34
6.3.3.1 E-Map Edit................................................................................................................................... 34
6.3.3.2 E-Map View ................................................................................................................................. 39
6.3.4 Maintenance.........................................................................................................................40
6.3.4.1 Database backup........................................................................................................................... 40
6.3.4.2 Database Restore.......................................................................................................................... 41
6.3.4.3 Remote Replication ...................................................................................................................... 42
6.3.5 Log Information ...................................................................................................................44
6.3.5.1 System Log .................................................................................................................................. 44
6.3.5.2 System Information ...................................................................................................................... 45
6.4 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE ..................................................................................................................46
6.4.1 DVR/IP Camera ...................................................................................................................46
6.4.1.1 Device List ................................................................................................................................... 46
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6.4.1.2 Device Configuration ................................................................................................................... 49
6.4.1.3 Active Channel............................................................................................................................. 69
6.4.1.4 EBK200........................................................................................................................................ 70
6.4.2 Event ....................................................................................................................................71
6.4.2.1 Event Setting ................................................................................................................................ 71
6.4.2.2 Event Settings Copy ..................................................................................................................... 73
6.4.2.3 I/O Settings .................................................................................................................................. 74
6.4.2.4 Emergency Contacts..................................................................................................................... 75
6.4.2.5 Motion.......................................................................................................................................... 77
6.4.3 Schedule ...............................................................................................................................78
6.4.3.1 Holiday Setting............................................................................................................................. 78
6.4.3.2 Express Schedule ......................................................................................................................... 80
6.4.3.3 Advance Schedule........................................................................................................................ 82
6.4.3.4 Schedule Copy ............................................................................................................................. 84
6.4.4 Search & Playback...............................................................................................................85
6.4.4.1 Time Search.................................................................................................................................. 85
6.4.4.2 Event Search ................................................................................................................................ 89
6.4.4.3 Archive ......................................................................................................................................... 91
6.4.5 Display & Live .....................................................................................................................93
6.4.5.1 Live View ..................................................................................................................................... 93
6.4.5.2 View Layouts ............................................................................................................................... 97
6.4.5.3 Map Layout .................................................................................................................................. 99
6.4.5.4 Display Terminal ........................................................................................................................ 101
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1. INTRODUCTION
ENVR-F16S is the state-of-the-art network video management software that not
only supports EverFocus Paragon, Paragon264, ECOR, ELR and EDR/EDVR
series of DVR, but also supports EverFocus Nevio series of IP camera. Its web
browser based architecture and built-in database engine delivers powerful video
management functions such as unlimited device tree, customizable user access
rights, and advance event search. The GUI is browser-based and very user-friendly
to navigate and control the video application.
ENVR-F16S also features advanced E-map function that allows user to visualize all
devices on a geographic region at different zoom level. By working with the
EverFocus TV Wall software, it can control multiple video displays (local or remote)
on a monitor wall. Given the powerful and flexible function sets, the ENVR-F16S
software enables the most comprehensive remote video management application to
meet your surveillance need.
2. FEATURES
Support Everfocus full series IP devices and DVR
Support Mega-Pixel camera
Support MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264
Open standard IP camera protocol PSIA
Web browser based
Support Window XP and Window Vista.
Support 16ch devices live view.
Multi-monitor support video virtual matrix via display terminal setting.
Google map support and unlimited number of E-map.
Map Layout show the map and video of devices on the map at the same layout
Camera direction, shoot angle and shoot distance configuration on E-map.
Recording, Tour, Event and Motion Scheduling
Express / advanced schedule, apply to date and schedule copy.
Scheduling remote replication by date, week and month.
Graphic time-bar with visual indication and jump-to-time navigation.
PTZ control panel advanced setting : Pattern / Tour / Auto Pan / Preset /
Navigation and Click-and-Go / Auto-tracking.
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
Overview
Support Everfocus full series IP devices (video server, IP camera, IP speed
dome) and DVR.
Support Mega-Pixel camera.
Support MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264.
Open standard IP camera protocol PSIA.
Max. 256 Client Access.
Web browser based.
Support Window XP and Window Vista.
Support OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 and Microsoft
Windows Vista SP2.
Support web browser : Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7 and Internet
Explorer 8.
Support multiple HDD / Partition storage.
Device management–Auto discovery support (uPnP, ZeroConf).
Flexible live view control–Streaming: HTTP push + RTSP.
Standards-based, open-architecture technology, running on non-proprietary
hardware Integration.
User, device, event setting and emergency contact lists support sort ascending
and descending.
Live Video View
Support 16ch devices live view.
User selectable system predefined split screen modes: 1, 2x2, 1+5, 3+4, 1+7,
3x3, 2+8, 4x4, sequence 13.
Map Layout shows the map and video of devices on the map at the same
layout.
Configurable view layout and display presets for custom split screens with
assigned channels.
Device tree and layout view tree with filtered live videos.
PTZ control with EKB200 joystick/keyboard, including control of presets,
auto-pan, patterns, tours and auto-tracking.
Device drag and drop function on layout setting.
Full screen, instant snapshot and instant recording.
Support two-way audio.
Support remote viewing.
Video title bar and device tree with instant device status icon show device
recording, motion and event.
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Live Monitor and Virtual Matrix
Multi-monitor support video virtual matrix via display terminal setting.
Unlimited number of display terminal.
Multiple monitors to display separate live video.
View real-time alarms and alarm history.
Click real-time alarms list show recording playback.
Click IP device to show live view.
Accounts
Basic user profile with login, password and contact details.
Unlimited number of user accounts.
Support user authentication and permission.
Support user grouping. One user can be assigned to one group and inherit the
privileges of the group.
User privileges can be restricted by device, E-map and virtually any function.
Forgot password protection.
E-Map
Google map support (Geographic map).
Unlimited number of E-map.
Drag and drop DVR and IP devices.
Child-map region and Home.
Camera direction, shoot angle and shoot distance configuration.
Bring out Max. 7 x live view with adjustable window size.
Max. 4 map Level (including google map).
Events and Event Handler
Event logging within the database.
Support for automatic execution of actions in response to events.
Configurable device triggers - digital input, motion etc.
Configurable pre-alarm, post-alarm and retrigger interval.
Play sound and trigger output.
Events can be sent to multiple recipients.
Flexible emergency contacts setting in charge of multiple devices.
Send E-mail notification with snapshot.
Send snapshot to FTP server.
PTZ Automation: configure actions execution upon events.
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Schedule
Recording by daily, weekly, special date.
Express schedule, apply to date and schedule copy.
Support multiple recording modes: manual, continues, motion-based and
event-based.
Recording, Tour, Alert trigger and Motion Scheduling.
Advanced schedule setting with 10 types of days and 10 timezones per day.
Playback and Search
Max. 16 channel concurrent video and audio playback.
Support synchronized playback.
Searching can be queried based on channel; date / time; event type and
navigation search.
Several playback speeds in fast forward and fast reverse playback.
The graphic time-bar provides a visual indication of the current frame’s time
and position.
The graphic time-bar provides video jump-to-time navigation capabilities.
Support video archive.
PTZ Control Panel
Basic PTZ, Iris and Focus function.
Navigation and Click-and-Go.
Pattern / Tour / Auto Pan / Preset.
Auto-tracking / Tour-and-Tracking / AutoPan-and-Tracking.
Maintenance
Support database backup and restore.
Scheduling remote replication by date, week and month.
Log Information
Support system log searching by time and log type.
Show system Information.
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4. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
4.1 Minimum System requirements
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Intel Pentium 4 531 3.0 GHz, 1 MB Cache, 800 MHz FSB
Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3, or Microsoft Windows Vista.
Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 7.0.
1.0 GB of RAM
10 GB of free hard disk space or more
Graphics card with 256 MB memory or better
1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution
10/100/1000 Ethernet Network adapter
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or better
AppServ 2.5.10 (Apache 2.2.8 ,PHP 5.2.6, MySQL 5.0.51b ,
phpMyAdmin-2.10.3) or later
Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
4.2 Recommended System requirements
a) When more than 16 channels are enabled in live view and playback mode together,
it is recommended that the client PC meets below system requirements for optimal
performance.
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Intel Core2 Duo E7400 2.8 GHz or higher, 3 MB Cache, 1066 MHz FSB
Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3, or Microsoft Windows Vista.
Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 7.0.
2.0 GB of RAM
10 GB of free hard disk space or more
Graphics card with 512 MB memory or better
1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution
10/100/1000 Ethernet Network adapter
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or better
AppServ 2.5.10 (Apache 2.2.8 ,PHP 5.2.6 ,MySQL
5.0.51b ,phpMyAdmin-2.10.3) or later
Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
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b) When more than 64 channels are enabled in live view and playback mode together,
it is recommended that the client PC meets below system requirements for optimal
performance.
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Intel Core2 Quad Q9400 2.66 GHz or higher, 6 MB Cache, 1333 MHz FSB
Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3, or Microsoft Windows Vista.
Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 7.0.
4.0 GB of RAM
10 GB of free hard disk space or more
Graphics card with 1 GB memory or better
1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution
10/100/1000 Ethernet Network adapter
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or better
AppServ 2.5.10 (Apache 2.2.8 ,PHP 5.2.6 ,MySQL
5.0.51b ,phpMyAdmin-2.10.3) or later
Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
4.3 Notes about using ENVR-F16S
1. Client PC’s performance (mostly CPU speed, size of RAM, and graphics card) and
network bandwidth may affect live view and playback quality and the amount of time
it takes to archive video.
2. Please use a dedicated or clean PC to install ENVR-F16S.
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5. MAIN WINDOW MENU TREE
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6. SETTING UP
6.1 Log in
Enter the IP address, you will be lead to the login page.
1. Language: select the language
2. Login name: Input Login name. (Default Login name: Admin)
3. Password: Input the password. (Default Password: 11111111)
4. Verification: Input the verification code.
5. Forget Password: If user forgot the password, click on “Forget Password” to get the
hint that has been set in “Authorities=>My Account=>User Setting”.
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6.2 Live Monitor
The default login page is Live Monitor.
The Live Monitor configuration page contains the following tabs:
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The ENVR contains three sections: Live Monitoring, System and Video Surveillance.
In live monitoring, the main page is divided into 7 sections:
1. Click to draw back the left panel. Click again to unfold it.
2. Device list:
Select device group first, all the devices will be shown under device group.
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Meaning of the sign shown over the device
Disconnection
Recording
Event
3. Mapview list: all the maps will be shown. It will switch to view list when clicking
the Display Terminal icon.
4. Live View: Click “Live View” button to show live view window. Please see
“5.4.5.1 Live View” for details about live view.
5. Logout: Click “Logout” button to logout from the system.
6. Status: displays user, current date & time and percentage of CPU.
7. Display Terminals:
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Select full screen view, 4-displays view, 6-displays view, 7-displays view, 8-displays
view, 9-displays view, 10-displays view or 16-displays view.
Drag and drop the DVR from left panel to the screen to view it, but this view cannot
be saved.
Use the Left/Right arrows to go previous/next 4 monitors.
Display terminal is a client PC, after this Display terminal has installed Everfocus
Wall AP, ENVR can control it and show the view via this Display terminal. Everfocus
Wall AP can support max. 4 monitors for each Display terminal client PC.
Click
to go back to the map page.
To delete a monitor, drag and drop the device to recycle bin
Display terminal information will be shown at right-hand side.
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8. Map: Google map is the default map used for ENVR.
Double click at one point, that point will be the center point of map.
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Click “Map”, “Satellite” or “Hybrid” for different display methods of the map.
Navigating in Google Maps
You can navigate (move your view) in two dimensions in any Google Map. To pan
(move the map), do one of the following:
Click and drag the map
Click the up arrow on your keyboard to move north
Click the down arrow on your keyboard to move south
Click the right arrow on your keyboard to move east
Click the left arrow on your keyboard to move west
Additionally, you can zoom in or out by clicking the + or - keys. Move the cursor
over a location and use the mouse scroll button to zoom in or out on that location. To
center and zoom in on a location, double click the location.
Using the Navigation Controls
The navigation controls you see at maps.google.com are shown
on the left. Navigation controls include:
1. Arrows - Click the appropriate arrow buttons to move
the view north, south, east or west.
2. Zoom - Click + to zoom in on the center of the map.
Click - to zoom out.
3. Zoom slider - Drag the zoom slider up or down to
zoom in or out incrementally.
Other web pages with embedded Google Maps may not have all
or any of these navigation controls. For example, embedded
maps may show navigation controls that look like those below:
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9. Event list: Event list will be showing with event information. This is also the
shortcut of playback. To playback the event, double click on the selected event.
Note:
is the refresh button. Click this button to refresh the current page.
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6.3 System
This section describes the functions of the System.
In “System”, there are five main sections: “System Setup”, “Authorities”, “E-Map”,
“Maintenance” and “Log Information”.
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6.3.1 System Setup
In system setup, there are 3 sections: “Server Configuration”, “Storage Management”,
“Email/FTP Settings” and “Status/Text Display”.
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6.3.1.1 Server Configuration
Server Name: Server name is displayed.
Server Port: Server port is displayed.
(* sign means the item is not editable)
DDNS Service – Check the box to enable DDNS setting
Supplier: Select DDNS service supplier.
Username: Enter DDNS user name.
Password: Enter DDNS password.
Hostname: Enter DDNS host name.
Instant Recording – Check the box to enable instant recording function
Recording Time: Select instant recording time.
Auto Reboot – Check the box to auto-reboot the system
Interval: The system will auto-reboot every “X” day(s).
Reboot time: The time that system auto-reboot.
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6.3.1.2 Storage Management
Storage Location List
A table of available disk list and capacity will be shown at left hand side.
A table of storage location list will be shown at right hand side
Storage Location
To create a new location, click “
” button; to delete a location, click “
button.
All the storage location added will be shown on the “Storage Location List”.
Storage Type: Recording.
Location: Location where to store the recording data.
Note: 1. Default path for storage is “D” drive of your computer system.
2. Record action has to be terminated before setting recording path.
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6.3.1.3 E-mail FTP Setting
Email
SMTP Server IP: Enter the IP address or the host name of the SMTP server used to
send e-mails.
SMTP Server Port: Enter the port number for SMTP.
Connection Timeout: Enter connection timeout.
Authentication: Check the box, if the SMTP server requires Authentication (user/
password).
Sender Email: Input sender’s e-mail address.
Sender Name: Input sender’s name, so that receiver can recognize the sender when
an event message is sent out.
SMTP Username: Input the login user ID if the SMTP server requires
Authentication.
SMTP Password: Input the password if the SMTP server requires authentication.
Send Test Mail: Press
button to send a testing mail to the assigned
address.
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FTP
FTP Server IP: Enter the IP address or the host name of the FTP server.
FQDN: Enter FQDN of the FTP server.
FTP Server Port: Enter the port number for FTP server.
File Path: Assign the recording path.
FTP Username: Set FTP User name.
FTP Password: Set FTP password.
Enable Passive Mode: check the box to enable Passive mode (most sites normally
require Passive mode). If unable to establish a connection, uncheck Passive mode.
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6.3.1.4 Status/Text Display
System Status Display
Check the box of status to be displayed. Options are: Date Time, CPU usage and user
name.
Playback Status Display
Check the box to display date and time when playback.
Camera Title Bar
Check “Enable” box to enable camera title bar.
Check “Frame rate” box to show frame rate on camera title bar.
Check “Device name” box to show device name on camera title bar.
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6.3.2 Accounts
6.3.2.1 My Account
6.3.2.1.1 User Setting
In this section, user can configure user’s settings.
User List is displayed at left panel.
The icon with 2 persons means a group, and the icon with only 1 person means a user.
Group
User
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User Name: Input user name.
Login Name: Input login name.
User Group: Select user group.
Old Password: Enter old password.
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5. New Password: Enter new password.
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Confirm Password: Enter password again for confirmation.
Email: Input user’s e-mail address.
Address: Input user’s mailing address.
Phone: Enter user’s phone number.
10. Mobile: Enter user’s mobile number.
11. Select a hint question and enter the answer. System will check the answer first, if
the answer is correct, the password will be reset to default value “11111111”.
Click
button to apply changes.
Click
button to reset settings.
6.3.2.1.2 My Authorities
It displays authority for system setting and DVR/IP camera.
editable.
These settings are not
System Setting
Server Configuration, My Account, User Group, User List, E-Map Edit, E-Map View,
Video Layout, Database backup, Database delete, Remote replication and System
Log.
DVR/IP Camera
Device List, Device Configuration, Active Channel, EKB200 Setting, Event Setting,
ID Setting, Emergency Contact, Motion, Holiday Setting, Express Schedule, Advance
Schedule, Schedule Copy, Storage Management, Time Search, Event Search, Archive,
Live View, View Layouts, Display/Terminal and PTZ Control.
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6.3.2.2 User Groups
The User Group configuration page contains the following sections:
6.3.2.2.1 Authorities Setting
This section is used to edit group’s authority. There are two default groups:
Administrator Group and Guest Group.
Users in the same group share the same Authorities, Device Permission and Map
Permission.
1. Administrator Group has all the authorities and Device/map permission.
Administrator Group and its authorities cannot be removed by anyone.
Administrator User cannot be removed by anyone.
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Guest Group: If a user group has been deleted, all the users belong to this group
will switch to guest group and inherit the authority of Guest group. The default
authority for Guest group is “Live View”.
Select a group first. To create a new group, click “
” button; to delete a group,
click “
” button.
” button. To print out the page, click “
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System
In system, select system’s authority setting that the group is allowed to do by ticking
the item. To select all the items, tick “System”.
DVR/IP Camera
In DVR/IP Camera, select DVR/IP Camera’s authority setting that the group is
allowed to do by ticking the item. To select all the items, tick “DVR/IP Camera”.
6.3.2.2.2 Device Permission
Select a group first. To create a new group, click “
click “
” button. To print out the page, click “
” button; to delete a group,
” button.
All the devices will be listed, tick the checkbox to select which device user is allowed
to configure.
Note: Wherever there is a table, user can sort the items by clicking on the title of that
column. Example below is sorted by model name.
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6.3.2.2.3 Map Permission
Select a group first. To create a new group, click “
” button; to delete a group,
click “
” button.
” button. To print out the page, click “
Select a group first. To create a new group, click “
” button; to delete a group,
click “
” button.
” button. To print out the page, click “
All the maps will be listed, tick the checkbox to select which map user is allowed to
configure.
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6.3.2.3 User list
Show all users. Click
Click
button to delete a selected user.
button to add a new user and “add a new user” window pops up.
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1. User Name: Enter user name. It is case sensitive. (required!)
2. Login Name: Enter login name. This name must be unique, the same login name
can only be used once. (required!)
3. User Group: Select the group to which user belongs to. (required!)
4. New Password: Users should enter their passwords exactly as they are specified
on the server. (required!)
Note: Tick the checkbox of “show text” will show the text of password inputted.
5. Confirm Password: Enter the password again for confirmation. (required!)
Note: Tick the checkbox of “show text” will show the text of password inputted.
6. E-mail: the E-mail address of the user.
7. Address: Enter user’s address.
8. Phone: Enter user’s phone number.
9. Mobile: Enter user’s mobile number.
10. Select a hint question and enter the answer. System will check the answer first, if
it is correct, the password will be reset to default value which is “11111111”.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to cancel all the settings.
Click
button to edit user information and “Edit user” window pops up.
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1. User Name: Enter user name. It is case sensitive. (required!)
2. Login Name: Enter login name. This name must be unique, the same login name
can only be used once. (required!).
3. User Group: Select the group to which user belongs to. (required!)
4. New Password: Users should enter their passwords exactly as they are specified
on the server. (required!)
Note: Tick the checkbox of “show text” will show the text of password inputted.
5. Confirm Password: Enter the password again for confirmation. (required!)
Note: Tick the checkbox of “show text” will show the text of password inputted.
6. E-mail: the E-mail address of the user.
7. Address: Enter user’s address.
8. Phone: Enter user’s phone number.
9. Mobile: Enter user’s mobile number.
10. Select a hint question and enter the answer. System will check the answer first, if
it is correct, the password will be reset to default value “11111111”.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to cancel all the settings.
Click
button to print out the current page.
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6.3.3 E-Map
6.3.3.1 E-Map Edit
In “E-Map Edit”, user will be able to edit the map, delete the map and set a child map.
First Level is always google map, you can remove google map and replace it by other
e-map.
: allows user to change the current map (google map or E-map).
Click
button to edit the current map. “Edit Current Map” window pops
up.
Select Map From Database or File by clicking “Select” button to locate the file. Map
preview will be displayed at lower part of the window.
Give a map name to the map.
Adjust the map scale to your desired level.
Click
button to apply the changes or
changes.
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button to cancel the
Click
button to apply changes.
: allows user to delete the current map.
: allows user to insert a child map.
First, select the area to insert a child map by left clicking the mouse to draw lines.
Every click is an end point of the line. When the area is formed, double click the
mouse to have all the lines connected.
Once the area is formed, right-click the mouse to add the child map.
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“Edit Child Map” window pops up.
Select Map From Database or File by clicking “Select” button to locate the file.
Give a map name to the map and change the map scale if necessary.
Adjust the map scale to your desired level.
Map preview will be displayed at lower part of the window.
Click “Apply” button to apply the changes or “Cancel” button to cancel the changes.
Click
button, then direct the eraser to the child map and click
on the child map area. This will allow user to delete a child map.
User can insert a device
icon to the map, to make the map clear for all users by dragging and dropping the
device icon to the proper location of the map.
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Right click on the device icon and select “Setting”. A “Set Camera Information”
window pops up.
Device name, device IP and model name will be displayed, they are not editable.
However, you can enter shoot angle and shoot distance if necessary.
Shoot angle: viewing angle shown on the map.
Shoot distance: viewing distance shown on the map.
There are totally 4 map levels.
map.
Only one device is permitted to be inserted in each
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Once the device is inserted in the map, double click on the device can allow you to
view live image of that device. A window of live image will pop up. Click on “+” to
magnify the image, up to 2X can be magnified. Click on”-“ to reduce the image. Click
on “X” to close the window.
: Start rotating the camera.
: Stop rotating the camera.
: Apply all the settings.
: Cancel all the settings.
: Set the current map as home map. Next time when user enters the system,
it will go to home map automatically.
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6.3.3.2 E-Map View
In “E-Map View”, user will be able to view the map.
Click
button to go Home map.
Click
button to go e-map’s upper level.
Click
button to go previous step.
Click
button to go next step.
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6.3.4 Maintenance
6.3.4.1 Database backup
Time period:
Select start date and time of the database to be saved.
Select end date and time of the database to be saved.
Press
button to start backup.
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6.3.4.2 Database Restore
Press
Press
button to search the “.sql” file to be restored.
button to start restore process.
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6.3.4.3 Remote Replication
Press
button and a list of 10 last replications will be displayed.
Replication Schedule
Replication function helps you to backup the settings made on the time basis
specified.
Replication Schedule: check the box to enable replication function.
Daily: select time to be replicated everyday.
Weekly: select time and day to be replicated weekly.
Monthly: select time and date to be replicated monthly.
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Remote Destination
Specify the destination where to store the replicated data.
Remote IP Address: Enter IP address of remote destination.
Remote Port: Enter IP port of remote destination
Destination Path: Enter the destination path.
User Name: Enter user name, user who will access the remote destination.
Password: Enter password for use to access the remote destination.
Check “Replication Now” to start replication.
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6.3.5 Log Information
6.3.5.1 System Log
Time Period
Start Time: Start time of the data to be recorded in log.
End Time: End time of the data to be recorded in log.
Select Criteria
Select the criteria for the log to be searched.
Press
to start searching.
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6.3.5.2 System Information
All information about the system is displayed. System information is not editable.
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6.4 Video Surveillance
6.4.1 DVR/IP Camera
6.4.1.1 Device List
Device Group
To add a device group:
1. Click
button.
2. Key-in device group name.
button.
3. To apply all settings in this page, click
To delete a device group:
1. Select device group name.
2. Click
button.
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Device List
Click
to add a device to the device group and “Add a new device” window
pops up.
Basic
1. Device Group: Select the device group.
2. Device Type: Select the device type.
3. Device Name: Enter the device name.
Network
1.
2.
IP Address/Name: Enter IP address or DNS name of the device.
User Name: Enter User name of the device.
3.
Password: Enter Password of the device. Tick the check box of “Show Text” to
show the password inputted.
4.
HTTP Port: Enter HTTP port of the device.
Device
1. Brand Name: Shows the brand name of the device.
2. Brand Model: Select device model.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to cancel all the settings.
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Click
button to edit device list and “Edit Device” window pops up.
Select a device to be edited first.
Basic
1. Device Group: Select the device group.
2. Device Type: Select the device type.
3. Device Name: Enter the device name.
Network
1. IP Address/Name: Enter IP address or DNS name of the device.
2. User Name: Enter User name of the device.
3. Password: Enter Password of the device. Tick the check box of “Show Text” to
show the password inputted.
4. HTTP Port: Enter HTTP port of the device.
Device
1. Brand Name: Shows the brand name of the device.
2. Brand Model: Select device model.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to cancel all the settings.
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Click
button to print out the current page.
Click
button to start auto search. A search result is shown below.
Click
to delete a selected device from the device group.
6.4.1.2 Device Configuration
Note: The parameters set in IP Camera/speed dome/video server will be changed to
NVR’s default parameters when NVR is running.
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6.4.1.2.1 Image
1. Video Format: Video format of the device will be displayed.
2. Encode Format: Select encode format. Choices are H.264, MPEG4 and MJPEG.
3. Quality: Select image quality from highest, higher, high, middle, normal, low,
lower and lowest.
4. Resolution: choose from
NTSC: 4CIF (704*480) / VGA (640*480) / CIF (352*240) / QVGA (320*240) /
QCIF (176*120)
PAL: 4CIF (704*576) / VGA (640*480) / CIF (352*288) / QVGA (320*240) /
QCIF (176*144)
5. Frame Rate: select from NTSC: 1 / 3 / 5 / 15 / 30 fps, PAL: 1/ 2.5/5/12.5/25 fps
6. Day Night Setting: Select day/night setting from auto, color and B/W.
7. Enable Audio: Select “Yes” to enable audio function. Select “No” to disable audio
function.
8. Audio Input: The audio source can be selected from internal microphone, external
audio input L and external audio input R.
9. Audio Input Volume: Adjust the Audio Input Volume for the audio input devices if
there are problems with the sound input being too low or high.
10. Brightness: to increase or decrease object brightness of images.
11. Contrast: to increase or decrease object contrast of images.
12. Saturation: to increase or decrease color saturation of video images.
13. Hue: adjust hue level of the image.
Press
button to make connection to the image after adjustment.
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6.4.1.2.2 Network
IP Setting
1. IP Type:
DHCP: Configure the DHCP server not to assign the same IP addresses used for
the other network cameras and PCs whose IP address is unique.
Refer to the network administrator for the settings of the server.
Static IP: User can manually set the static IP for network connection.
PPPoE: This is for a DSL DIRECT connection application; the ISP will require a
user name and password. (That is, if a single camera is connected directly to the
DSL modem.)
2. IP Address: When not using DHCP, enter the IP address of the camera. Avoid
address conflicts; do not enter an IP address already used for a PC or other
network cameras. Every device on an IP network must have a unique IP address.
3. Subnet Mask: This field is to set the netmask for your network so as the IP camera
will be recognized within the network. Example: 255.255.255.000 typical for a
Class “C” network. When DHCP is selected, the DHCP server will assign this
value automatically.
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4. Gateway: This field is to set the gateway for your network so the IP camera will be
recognized within the network. When DHCP is selected, the DHCP server will
assign this value automatically.
5. Primary DNS: An IP address of DNS server that is provided by ISP. This address
may be assigned automatically if DHCP is used. A correct DNS IP is essential if
DDNS will be used.
6. Secondary DNS: If your ISP provides you an IP address secondary DNS, please set
it here.
7. HTTP Port: Port number for HTTP/WEB communication
DDNS Setting
When accessing the camera via the Internet in a network environment where the site
IP address is obtained using DHCP, the DDNS function is necessary.
To use the DDNS function, it is necessary to connect to the dedicated DDNS server.
We support 4 DDNS server providers as follows:
○ www.everfocusddns.com
○ www.sitelutions.com
○ www.dyndns.com
○ www.no-ip.com
Enable: Check the box to enable DDNS setting.
Service ISP: If you choose EverFocus DDNS server, you can easily register a DDNS
name and obtain free DDNS services from EverFocus
at ”www.everfocusddns.com”.
Enter an IP Camera Account Name:
Press
.everfocusddns.com
button to register or update DDNS account.
If you wish to get a domain name from another DDNS provider, it may be necessary
to configure Record ID, FQDN, Username and password and register in advance for
DDNS services. Refer to the web site for further information about the DDNS
provider.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving the change.
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6.4.1.2.3 Wireless
IP Setting
1. Enable: Check the box to enable wireless connection.
2. SSID: Name of the wireless network the camera. The field accepts up to 32
alphanumeric characters. The name must be exactly the same as the one used in the
wireless access point or the connection will not be established.
3. Security Type: None, WEP, WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK.
4. Network Type: Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc. Default is Infrastructure.
“Infrastructure” Make the Network Camera connect to the WLAN via an Access
Point.
“Ad-Hoc” Make the Network Camera connect directly to a host equipped with a
wireless adapter in a peer-to-peer environment.
5. Channel NO: Shows the wireless channel currently in use. Default is 1.
6. IP Type:
DHCP: Configure the DHCP server not to assign the same IP addresses used for
the other network cameras and PCs whose IP address is unique.
Refer to the network administrator for the settings of the server.
Default: DHCP.
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Static IP: User can manually set the static IP for network connection.
PPPoE: This is for a DSL DIRECT connection application; the ISP will require a
user name and password. (That is, if a single camera is connected directly to the
DSL modem.)
7. IP Address: When not using DHCP, enter the IP address of the camera. Avoid
address conflicts; do not enter an IP address already used for a PC or other
network cameras. Every device on an IP network must have a unique IP address.
8. Subnet Mask: This field is to set the netmask for your network so as the IP
camera will be recognized within the network. Example: 255.255.255.000
typical for a Class “C” network. When DHCP is selected, the DHCP server will
assign this value automatically.
9. Gateway: This field is to set the gateway for your network so the IP camera
will be recognized within the network. When DHCP is selected, the DHCP
server will assign this value automatically.
10. Primary DNS: An IP address of DNS server that is provided by ISP. This
address may be assigned automatically if DHCP is used. A correct DNS IP is
essential if DDNS will be used.
11. Secondary DNS: If your ISP provides you an IP address secondary DNS,
please set it here.
Security Setting
1. Authentication: Open or Shared. Default is Open.
“Open” – communicates the key across the network.
“Shared” – allows communication only with other devices with identical WEP
settings.
2. Key Length: 64 or 128 bits. Default is 64 bits.
3. Key Format: Hexadecimal or ASCII. Default is HEX.
4. Network Key: Entering a key in either hexadecimal or ASCII format.
5. Confirm Key: Double confirm network key.
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key should follow either one of the following rules:
- As 64 hexadecimal (0-9, A-F) characters.
- As 8 to 63 ASCII characters.
WEP (Wired Equivalent Protection) key should follow either one of the following
rules:
- As 5 characters for 64-bit WEP and 13 characters for 128-bit WEP.
- As 10 hexadecimal (0-9, A-F) characters for 64-bit WEP and 26 hexadecimal (0-9,
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A-F) characters for 128-bit WEP.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving the
change.
6.4.1.2.4 PTZ
Speed: allows user to browse with different speeds, including High, Standard, Low
and Minimum.
PTZ control panel: If a speed dome is installed and connected to the system, user can
control it through this PTZ control panel.
Arrow buttons: Click on an arrow button to navigate in that direction.
Focus Far/Focus Near
Zoom Out/Zoom In
Iris In/Iris Out
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Serial Port
Check “Enable PTZ” box to enable PTZ function.
1. Address ID: Enter the address ID of the speed dome.
2. Protocol: shows protocol of this speed dome. Selectable from Everfocus, Pelco-D,
Pelco-P, Samsung and Panasonic.
3. Parity: This field is to select the parity level at which you will be connected. You
can choose between None, Odd, or Even parity levels.
4. Baud Rate: The speed used to transmit instructions or information through the
RS485 port. Choose from the following speeds: 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400,
57600BPS.
5. Freeze Picture: By selecting “ON”, image will stop at the previous position until
the next position is reached. Select “Off” to disable freeze picture function.
6. Auto Resume: Return to previous mode, if no action for a period. Auto Resume is
selectable from OFF, After 30 sec, After 1 M, after 5 M, After 10 M, After 30 M and
After 60 M. After this period of time, speed dome will resume to the mode you set
in “RESUME TO”. By selecting OFF, this function will be disabled.
7. Resume To: Select the mode to resume to. It is selectable from PREV MODE,
POS.1 (H), TOUR1, PAT.1 and AUTOPAN.
8. Power Up Func: It is selectable from Off, PREV MODE, POS.1 (H), TOUR1,
PAT.1, AUTOPAN and Tracking.
9. Auto Flip: Select ON to enable Auto Flip function or select OFF to disable Auto
Flip.
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Preset
To preset a position:
1.
Select Endless Mode on or off.
ON: enable endless mode. The speed dome will perform 360 degree endless
auto-pan.
OFF: disable endless mode. The speed dome will perform auto-pan between
preset left and right positions.
If ON is select at this step, go to step 7 directly.
2.
Set Left Pos.: Select a desired left position by using “Arrow” buttons to locate
a desired position. User can also use “Zoom In/ OUT”, “Focus Far/Near”,
“IRIS +/-“ buttons to help locating a desired position in this step. “Speed”
option allows user to browse with different speeds, including High, Standard,
Low and Minimum. This step needs to be done only when Endless Mode is
off.
3.
Click “Set” button right next to “Set Left Pos.” to save this selected left
position.
4.
Repeat step 2 to select a desired right position.
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5. Click “Set” button right next to “Set Right Pos.” to save this selected right
position.
6. Select speed from 1~255.
7. Select dwell time of the left and right positions from 1~99 seconds
8. Click “Apply” button to save changes. User can also click “Reset” button to
make options to default values.
Pattern Tour
Pattern
To set a pattern for a camera:
1. Enter a number (1~4) in “Pattern No” field.
2. Click “Set” button to start recording a pattern. At this time, the live screen will
show “Recording Tour ..90s”. and the Set button will switch to “Complete”
button.
Note: Maximum pattern recording time is 90 seconds. If your record reaches 90
second, the screen will show “Recording time over”. Press “Complete” button to
exit.
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Video – Camera –Set Pattern - Recording Tour Seconds
3. Use “Arrow” buttons, “Zoom In/ Out”, “Focus Far/Near”, “Iris +/-“ buttons and
“Speed” option to operate camera on a desired pattern.
4. After completing pattern operations, click “Complete” button to save this pattern
tour. At this time, the live screen will show “Saving Pattern….”. User can also
click “Clear” button to clear a pattern or click “Go” to run and see a preset pattern
on live screen.
Note: to stop running Pattern, click on live screen once.
Tour
Max. 16 positions can be set for a tour and there are 16 tours for user to preset for a
camera. To configure preset tours for a camera:
1. Mode: Select from three modes: OFF/ Preset/ Pattern.
2. Value: Enter Preset/Pattern No. Before selecting preset/Pattern mode, user needs to
set a preset position/ pattern in advance.
3. Dwell Time: Set dwell time of the tour from 1~99 sec. This option is exclusive for
Preset mode here.
4. Speed: Select tour speed from 1 ~255. This option is exclusive for Preset mode.
5. Click “Apply” button to save changes. User can also click “Reset” button to make
options to default values.
6. Default: Press “Default” button to set all the values to default values.
7. Go Tour: Press “Go Tour” button to run a preset tour.
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Tracking
How to set Auto Tracking Start point:
1. Checking “Auto Tracking Start Point” item.
2. Select a desired start point by using “Arrow” buttons of the PTZ control panel
to locate a desired position. User can also use “Zoom In/ OUT”, “Focus
Far/Near”, “IRIS +/-“ buttons at the PTZ control panel to help locating a
desired position in this step. “Speed” option allows user to browse with
different speeds, including High, Standard, Low and Minimum.
3. Click “Set” button at to save this selected start point, or Click “Clear” button
to clear this point. “Go” button allow user to see selected start point on screen.
Set Pan/ Tilt Limits
1. Set Pan/ Tilt Limits by checking this item and clicking its Set button to enter
its setting window. See setting details below.
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Auto Tracking OSD
<Set Pan Range>
a. Click “Up” and “Down” arrows at PTZ control panel to select Pan
option.
b. Click IRIS In button
, to enter Pan Range Setting.
Pan Range Setting – Left Limit Setting
c. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired left
limit point.
d. Click IRIS In button
, to enter next window or Click IRIS Out,
button to return.
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Pan Range Setting – Right Limit Setting
e. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired right
limit point.
f. Click IRIS In button
to save and return, or Click IRIS Out,
button to return.
g. If tracking start point is outside the limits, the screen will show
“ START POS IS OUTSIDE LIMIT. SET START POS” (see below
example screen) and user has to reset a start position between left and
right limits.
<Set Tilt Upper Range>
a. Click “Up” and “Down” arrows to select “Upper” option.
b. Click IRIS In button
, to enter tilt range setting.
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Tilt Upper Range Setting – Up Limit Setting
c. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired Up
limit point.
d. Click IRIS In button
, to enter next window or Click IRIS Out
button to return.
e. Click “Up” and “Down” arrows to select “Lower” option.
Tilt Range Setting – Down Limit Setting
f. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired up limit
point.
g. Click IRIS In button
to save and return, or Click IRIS Out,
button to return.
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h. If tracking start point is outside the limits, the screen will show
“ START POS IS OUTSIDE LIMIT. SET START POS” (see below
example screen) and user has to reset a start position between up and
down limits.
<Clear Pan/ Clear Tilt>
a. Click “Up” and “Down” arrows to select Clear Upper/ Clear Lower
option.
b. Click IRIS In button
, to clear the setting.
Set tracking mask
Checking this item and click its Set button to enter its setting window. See setting
details below.
Tracking Mask Window
<Set Tracking Mask>
a. Click “Up” and “Down" arrows to select desired Mask number from 1
to 4.
b. Click IRIS In button
, to enter selected Tracking Mask Size
window.
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Tracking Mask Size Window
User can change the tracking mask size here by using arrow buttons:
Press “Up” arrow to increase the length of the mask.
Press “Down" to decrease the length of the mask.
: press these buttons to increase the width of the
mask.
: press these buttons to decrease the width of the
mask.
c. User can also change the tracking mask point by clicking IRIS Out
button
, to enter setting window of tracking mask point.
Tracking Mask Point Window
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User can use arrows and
buttons to locate a
desired tracking mask position, and click
save and return to Tracking Mask Size Window
d. After completing setting, click IRIS In button
button to
, to save and return
to Tracking Mask Window. Your will see “Go” displayed behind this set
mask. Example:
e. User can click
.
or
button to change the status of preset mask,
including Go, Clear and Set. Examples:
: Click IRIS In button
, to go to this preset
mask position.
: Click IRIS In button
, to clear this
preset mask.
: Click IRIS In button
, to start setting
this mask.
Time Mask: select time mask option from time mask drop-down menu. User can set
time mask options in Time Mask tab in Event setting.
Zoom control on tracking:
in this field:
User can set zoom control while tracking. Two options
“Keep Current Zoom Ratio” – while tracking an object, system will keep
current zoom ratio.
“Multi-step zoom function” – while tracking an object, the system will zoom in
to a suitable ratio for closer view.
Tracking Duration: User can set tracking duration. Available setting range is 0~600
second. Selecting “0” will turn off tracking duration. When tracking duration
is up, the system will go back to start point.
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Note: if user did not set up a start point or start point is disabled, the system
will go back to tracking initial point instead of start point.
User can set tracking mode when the object is lost on screen. Three available options
are:
“Keep tracking” - when tracking object is lost, the system will keep waiting
another tracking object at the same position without changing zoom ratio.
“Zoom out and look for a new object”- when tracking object is lost, the system
will zoom out immediately and looking for a new tracking object.
“Stop tracking and zoom out”- when tracking object is lost, the system will stop
tracking and zoom out.
User can set desired duration for above three options. Available range is 0~600
second. Selecting “0” will turn off above three options, which means the system
will go back to start point immediate when tracking object is lost.
Note: if user did not set up a start point or start point is disabled, the system will
go back to tracking initial point instead of start point.
Resume from Manual Stop: Set time of “Resume from Manual Stop”. User may
manually operate PTZ function of this camera when auto tracking function is on.
When manual operation ceases, the system will resume to “auto tracking start point”
after this time. Available setting range is 0 ~ 600 second. Selecting “0” will turn off
this “resume from manual stop” function.
Sensitivity: User can set sensitivity level of auto-tracking. Available options are low,
middle and high.
Set Object Size
User can set desired tracking object size by click “Set” button.
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Set Object Size: Max/Min frame
<Set Object Size>
User can set sizes of MAX and MIN frames here and the system will only
track object with size between MAX and MIN frames.
a. Click IRIS Out button
, to enter select MAX or MIN frame for
modification. The selected frame will flash at this time.
b. Change the object size by using arrow buttons:
: press this button to increase the length of the mask.
: press this button to decrease the length of the mask.
: press these buttons to increase the width of the
mask.
: press these buttons to decrease the width of the
mask.
c. After completing the setting, click IRIS In button
, to save and
return to previous menu.
Object Frame: user can set frame of tracking object visible or invisible.
Apply and Reset Buttons: Click “Apply” button to save changes. User can also click
“Reset” button to make options to default values.
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6.4.1.3 Active Channel
The first 16 devices will automatically be active.
To change the active device, drag and drop the IP channel device from the IP channel
device list into the square.
Press
button to remove the selected device.
Press
button to remove all the devices.
Press
to apply the setting changes or
changes.
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to reset without saving the
6.4.1.4 EBK200
The EKB-200 keyboard is supported by ENVR software.
Assign the keys to PTZ functions by selecting a function from the drop-down list to
the assigned key.
If the command requires a value, such as GoTo Preset [x] or Tour [x], enter the
number [x] in the field "Value".
The available functions are listed below:
Press
to apply the setting changes or
change.
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to reset without saving the
6.4.2 Event
6.4.2.1 Event Setting
To edit event setting, click on the channel and press
button.
-Enable Retrigger: Set a re-trigger filter time, if another event is triggered during this
time, this triggered event will be ignored.
-Enable Pre-Alarm Buffer: Image saved internally in the camera from the time
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immediately preceding the trigger. Input the desired length of pre-trigger buffer time.
-Enable Post-Alarm Buffer: Image saved internally in the camera from the time
immediately after the trigger condition has ceased/been reset. Input the desired length
of post-trigger buffer time.
Event Handler
-Trigger output: Check this box to enable trigger output.
-Play Sound: Check this box to get the sound notification signal when an event is
triggered. Set duration time of sound notification.
-Go PTZ: Select “Preset” and enter preset number to go preset point when an event is
triggered. Select “Tour” and enter tour number to go the tour when an event is
triggered.
-Send mail to emergency contact(s): Check this box to send mail to emergency
contact(s) when an event is triggered.
-Attached snapshot: Check this box to attach snapshot in the mail when an event is
triggered.
-Send snapshot to FTP server: Check this box to send snapshot to FTP server when an
event is triggered.
-Go to Map Layer: Goes to the map layer of the device when an event is triggered.
Press
button to print out current page.
Press
button to apply all the settings.
Press
button to cancel all the settings.
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6.4.2.2 Event Settings Copy
Event Settings Copy function enables you to apply the event setting to another device.
Select source device (copy from) and destination device (paste to).
Source device can only be single device. However, destination device could be
multiple.
Press
button to apply all the settings.
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6.4.2.3 I/O Settings
To edit IO setting, click on the channel and press
button.
Check “Enable IO” box to enable IO.
IO Device: Information about the type of IO device connected.
IO Address: Select IO address, either normal open or normal close.
Signal Type: Select signal type when the I/O is triggered.
Timeout Duration: Set timeout duration.
Press
button to apply all the settings.
Press
button to cancel all the settings.
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6.4.2.4 Emergency Contacts
If event handler is set, mail will be sent to emergency contact when an event
happened.
To create a new contact, click “
button. To print out the page, click “
contact to be edited, and click
” button; to delete a contact, click “
”
” button. To edit a contact, click on the
button.
How to add/edit a new contact:
Enter emergency contact’s name.
Enter emergency contact’s cell phone.
Enter emergency contact’s email.
Select which device(s) will be associated with the contact information.
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Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to cancel all the settings.
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6.4.2.5 Motion
Users can define the motion areas to be detected by left clicking the mouse to draw
lines. Every click is an end point of the line. When the detection area is formed,
double click the mouse to make all the lines connected.
Press
Press
to update the current image.
to have the entire screen selected for motion detection.
Press
and click on the polygon, to clear that polygon.
Press
to clear all selections.
There are 5 possible motion trigger areas, which can be distinguished by 5
different colors. Check the Enable checkbox to enable event actions related to that
area.
For each area, you can set the event action in response to motion detection in that
area. Event actions can be set in “Event” section.
In addition, you can set the Sensitivity level for the motion trigger separately for
each area by selecting from 1 (low), 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 to 10 (high).
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6.4.3 Schedule
6.4.3.1 Holiday Setting
User can also schedule recording for specific days of the year.
To create a new holiday, click “
button. To print out the page, click “
holiday to be edited, and click
” button; to delete a holiday, click “
”
” button. To edit a holiday, click on the
button.
How to add/edit a holiday:
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Special Day Name: Give a name for the special day.
Recurrent Type: Choose how often each scheduled day should be recorded.
One time: Records date only once.
Month/date: Repeats recording on the same specific date.
Month/weekday: Repeats recording on a specific day of the month/week.
Date Type: Select Holiday, Special day 1 or Special day 2. (Holiday and special day
means two different group, you can assign special days in these two groups)
Date: Specifies the date to be recorded.
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6.4.3.2 Express Schedule
Click on the device from device list at the left panel, the time zone block will be
displayed.
Customize your time zone by editing the following schedule:
Weekend Start Day: Select day when weekend starts.
Weekend End Day: Select day when weekend ends.
Weekend Start Time: Select time when weekend starts.
Weekend End Time: Select time when weekend ends.
Day time Start Time: Select daytime starting time. (Nighttime schedule ends when
Daytime begins).
Day time End Time: Select daytime ending time. (Nighttime schedule begins when
Daytime ends)
Recording types are represented by different colors which display on the time zone
block .
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Press
Press
button to apply the settings.
button to edit the schedule time zone.
There are 6 time zones to be edited: Holiday, Special Day 1, Special Day 2, Weekend,
Weekday/Day and Weekday/Night.
Select Recording type for the specific time zone. Selections are: None, Continue,
Motion, Event and Event/Motion.
Select Tour to be ran for the specific time zone. If you do not wish to run the tour for
that time zone, simply select “Disable”. Tour numbers are selectable from 1 to 16.
Alert Trigger: Check the box and trigger actions related to alarm trigger will be
active.
Motion: Check the box and trigger actions related to motion will be active.
For motion recording, it is imperative to check this motion box.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to cancel all the settings.
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6.4.3.3 Advance Schedule
Advance schedule setting is a more elaborated setting derived from Express Schedule
setting.
Click on the device from device list at the left panel, the time zone block will be
displayed.
Recording types are represented by different colors which display on the time zone
block.
In “Apply to Date” section, you can apply the setting of one time zone to another,
and even to all other time zones.
From: Select the time zone source first from the drop-down list.
To: Then click on the destination time zone for the schedule to be applied to. Check
“All” button to apply the setting to all the time zones.
Press
button to apply the settings.
Press
button of a time zone to edit the time zone by segment. Set an End time
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and press “+” button, a segment will be added from the first start time which is 00:00.
Next segment will be started from the last end time, etc. Last end time will always be
23:59. To delete a segment, click on the segment and press “-“ button.
Note: Maximum 10 segments can be set for a time zone.
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6.4.3.4 Schedule Copy
Once a schedule is set, you can copy the same setting to another channel or device.
Select the source (copy from) and destination (paste to). Press
the setting.
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button to apply
6.4.4 Search & Playback
The Search & Playback configuration page contains 3 tabs: Time Search, Event
Search and Archive.
6.4.4.1 Time Search
Time Period:
Click
to select a date to be searched.
Go to current month
Close the window
Go to previous month
Go to next month
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Use
button to select time to be searched.
Click Up/Down arrows to decrease/increase value. Click Left/Right arrows to switch
between hour/minute/seconds. Click the square at middle to go current time.
Record Period:
Start Time: Starting recording time will be shown.
End Time: Ending recording time will be shown.
When a selected DVR had been found after query, start/end recording period will be
shown here.
DVR/Channel:
Type: Select device type.
Model: Select device model.
Name: Input name of device to be searched.
Click
button to start search the parameters set.
Note: If you have deleted a storage file manually before making time search, the log
will not reflect the real result of search. The file that has already been removed may
still appear in the log.
Click
button to start playback.
Note: The system can only playback one DVR/channel every time.
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1
3
2
4
5
6
7
1. Audio: Speaker out on / off.
2. Snapshot: Capture the screenshot of the live image. A window as shown below
pops up.
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Give a name for the snapshot image. Browse the location where you wish to save
the image by pressing “Browse” button. Then, click “Save” to save the image.
Press
button to capture a new snapshot.
Click “Cancel” to cancel this function.
3. DVR Layout: Select DVR display layout from full screen, 4-displays, 6-displays,
7-displays, 8-displays, 9-displays, 10-displays, and 16-displays.
4. Adjust viewing zoom ratio by moving the cursor or the red line, or simply double
click on the desired time. A dot on top of the time bar represents an event. When
recording is ON, the base color of time bar will change color.
5. Indicates playback date and time.
6.
Adjust playback speed. Click “+” sign to speed up and “-“ to speed down. Or
7.
select it from the dropdown list.
Playback control keys:
Playback speed
indication
Fast Rewind
Pause
Playback
Play reverse
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Fast Forward
6.4.4.2 Event Search
Time Period
Click
to select start/end date to be searched.
Go to current month
Close the window
Go to previous month
Use
Go to next month
button to select start/end time to be searched.
Click Up/Down arrows to decrease/increase value. Click Left/Right arrows to switch
between hour/minute/seconds. Click the square at middle to go current time.
Event Type
Select the event by ticking the check box of the event type.
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DVR/Channel
Type: Select device type.
Model: Select device model.
Name: Enter device’s name.
Click
button to search the device.
Click
button to start search the event.
Event search result will be listed as shown below.
Click on the event and press
Press
button to playback that event.
button to return to Event Search page.
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6.4.4.3 Archive
Disk Recording Time
Start Time and End Time of the recorded data in disk. (not selectable)
Time Period
Click
to select start/end date to be archived.
Go to current month
Close the window
Go to previous month
Use
Go to next month
button to select start/end time to be archived.
Click Up/Down arrows to decrease/increase value. Click Left/Right arrows to switch
between hour/minute/seconds. Click the square at middle to go current time.
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Camera of DVR
Select the camera for the data to be archived.
Device
Model: Select device’s model.
Group: Select device’s group.
Name: Enter device’s name.
Click
button to search the device.
Click
button to search all events.
Click
button to start archiving.
Note: Please do not playback several channels at same time while archiving through
a hard disk of USB2.0 interface, as it may prolong processing time and as a result to
crash the system.
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6.4.5 Display & Live
6.4.5.1 Live View
Click “Live View” for Live View of the device.
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2
3
4
1. Device list: Select device group first, all the devices will be shown under device
group.
Meaning of the sign shown over the device:
Disconnection
Recording
Event
Double click on the device will show the image on the selected display.
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2. View Layout: Click the “+” sign to unfold view layout. Select the view layout
which has been set in “Video Surveillance -> Display Live -> View Layouts”. This
mode is only for viewing, not for editing. Any change made in this mode will not be
applied.
3. Map Layout: Click the “+” sign to unfold map layout. Select the map layout which
has been set in “Video Surveillance -> Display Live -> Map Layout”.
4. PTZ Control:
PTZ Speed: allows user to browse with different speeds, including High, Standard,
Low and Minimum.
PTZ control: If a speed dome is installed and connected to the system, user can
control it through this PTZ control panel.
Auto Tacking: Select “On” to enable auto tracking function. Select “Off” to disable
auto tracking function.
Arrow buttons: Click on an arrow button to navigate in that direction.
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Zoom Out/Zoom In
Focus Far/Focus Near
Iris In/Iris Out
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○
2
○
3
○
4
○
1 Pattern
○
2 Tour
○
3 Auto Pan
○
4 Preset
○
5 Clear
○
5
○
6
○
7
○
8
○
6 Tour-and-Tracking
○
7 AutoPan-and-Tracking
○
8 Go
○
5. Status indication:
Event
Motion
Recording
Note: When a motion/event is triggered, the corresponding icon will be displayed
on top of the screen. When motion/event is terminated, the icon will rest for 5
minutes before disappearing.
6. Set Audio: Speaker out on / off.
7. Set Mic: Microphone on / off.
8. Snapshot: Capture the screenshot of the live image. A window as shown below
pops up.
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Give a name for the snapshot image. Browse the location where you wish to save the
image by pressing “Browse” button. Then, click “Save” to save the image.
Press
button to capture a new snapshot.
Click “Cancel” to cancel this function.
9. Full Screen: Set the image to full screen mode.
10. Remove One: Click to remove one DVR from the view layout.
11. Remove All: Click to remove all DVR from the view layout.
12. Device information: It displays DVR name and its IP address.
13. DVR Layout: If a DVR device is selected in any view layout, the DVR layout is
changeable. Select DVR display layout from 1-display, 4- displays, 9- displays and
16- displays.
14. View Layout: Select viewing layout, selectable from 1-DVR view, 4-DVR view,
6-DVR view, 7-DVR view, 8-DVR view, 9-DVR view, 10-DVR view, 16-DVR view.
Note: For view layout, DVR has to be displayed in display greater than 1/4 of the
entire screen.
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6.4.5.2 View Layouts
View Config
Click
button to remove one view.
Click
button to remove all views.
Click
button will open the live view page.
Select view layout from the following selections:
To add a view layout:
1. Click
button.
2. Key-in view name.
3. To apply all settings in this page, click
button and this view layout will be
saved to view list.
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To delete a view layout:
1. Select view name.
2. Click
button.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to reset settings.
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6.4.5.3 Map Layout
Drag and drop the map of the map list to the block.
View Config
Click
button to remove one view.
Click
button to remove all views.
Click
button will open the live view page.
Select view layout from the following selections:
To add a map layout:
1. Click
button.
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2. Key-in view name.
button and this view layout will be
3. To apply all settings in this page, click
saved to Mapview list.
To delete a map layout:
1. Select view name.
2. Click
button.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to reset settings.
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6.4.5.4 Display Terminal
Terminal information is displayed.
1. Display Terminal Type: Displays terminal type.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Display Terminal Name: Displays terminal name.
IP Address/Name: Displays IP address/name.
HTTP Port: Displays HTTP port.
Monitor Number: Select total number of monitor. This setting will affect the
display of virtual matrix.
6. Show Icon on Live Monitor: check the box to show the display terminal icon in
live monitor.
Click
button to apply all the settings.
Click
button to reset settings.
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