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Table of Contents
Chapter I: Familiar with your Internet Network camera .................................... 5
1.1 Package Contents .............................................................................. 5
1.2 Basic Introduction ............................................................................... 6
1.3 Product Highlights ............................................................................... 7
1.4 Familiar with Key Components ........................................................... 8
IC-7000PT V3: ........................................................................................ 10
IC-7000PTn V3: ...................................................................................... 11
IC-7000PoE V3: ...................................................................................... 12
1.5 Camera Installation ........................................................................... 16
1.6 Locate the IP Address of this Network camera ................................. 19
1.7 Using Camera Admin Software to Locate Camera ........................... 23
Chapter II: Using Web Management Interface ............................................... 35
2.1 Camera Settings ............................................................................... 35
2.2 Video ................................................................................................ 39
2.2.1 MJPEG ................................................................................... 40
2.2.2 MPEG4 ................................................................................... 41
2.2.3 H.264 ...................................................................................... 42
2.2.4 OSD ............................................................................................... 43
2.3 Pan and Tilt ....................................................................................... 44
2.3.1 Preset Points .......................................................................... 44
2.3.2 Guard Tour .............................................................................. 46
2.4 Network Settings............................................................................... 48
2.4.1 LAN ........................................................................................ 49
2.4.2 WLAN ..................................................................................... 51
2.4.3 Dynamic DNS ......................................................................... 54
2.4.4 UPnP ...................................................................................... 55
2.4.5 LoginFree ............................................................................... 57
2.4.6 RTSP ...................................................................................... 58
2.5 Motion Detection ............................................................................... 59
2.5.1 Motion Detection ..................................................................... 60
2.5.2 Motion Region ........................................................................ 62
2.6 System Info ....................................................................................... 69
2.6.1 Camera Information ................................................................ 70
2.6.2 Date / Time Setting ................................................................. 71
2.6.3 Schedule ........................................................................................ 73
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2.6.4 Utilities .................................................................................... 75
2.6.5 Status...................................................................................... 77
2.6.6 System Log .................................................................................... 78
2.7 Account ............................................................................................. 79
2.7.1 Status...................................................................................... 82
2.7.2 Space Alarm ........................................................................... 83
2.7.3 File Management .................................................................... 85
Chapter III: Using Surveillance Software ....................................................... 86
3-1 Installing Network camera Surveillance Software ............................. 86
3-2 Using Network camera surveillance software ................................... 90
3-3 Configure Network camera surveillance software............................. 93
3-3-1 Configure cameras ................................................................. 93
3-3-2 General Settings .................................................................. 102
3-4 Change Display Layout .................................................................. 108
3-5 Full-screen mode ............................................................................ 111
3-6 Scan ............................................................................................... 112
3-7 Zoom-in / Zoom-out ........................................................................ 113
3-8 PTZ................................................................................................. 114
3-9 Snapshot ........................................................................................ 115
3-10 Recording ..................................................................................... 116
3-11 Video Playback ............................................................................. 117
Chapter IV: How to View Network camera over the Internet with iPhone .... 118
Chapter V: Appendix .................................................................................... 125
5.1 Specification ................................................................................... 125
5.2 How to apply for a free DNS account in the http://www.dyndns.org 126
5.3 Troubleshooting .............................................................................. 129
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Chapter I: Familiar with your Internet Network camera
1.1 Package Contents
Thank you for purchasing this Network camera! Before you start to use this
Network camera, please check the package contents. If anything is missing,
please contact the dealer of purchase and return the package to claim for
missing contents.
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2
3
4
5
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7
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Item Name
Network camera
Antenna(IC-7000PTn V3 only)
Power Adapter
Ethernet Cable
CD ROM (Including Manual/Utility/Multi-Language
QIG)
Accessory kit
Quick Installation Guide
Mounting Kit
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Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
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1.2 Basic Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this Network camera! This Network camera is an
ideal product for all kinds of video surveillance purposes, like home/office
safety, kid/pet monitoring, and remote video acquire etc. Edimax IC-7000 V3
series is tailor made to stream live video over your network. You can view the
Network camera's video from anywhere on your local computers or via the
Internet. Besides, Edimax IC-7000 V3 series features high quality and high
frame rate video streaming through advanced video compression. In order to
achieve the highest video quality, simply select H.264, MPEG4 or M-JPEG
depending on your network settings.
Some people may concern that there will be some places which will not be
covered by camera, but this problem is completely solved by this Network
camera. With built-in pan-tilt function, you can point the camera to the position
where you wish to look at with user interface. You can even define a preset
path, and the camera will cruise along the path you defined.
You can discover more useful functions in next section!
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1.3 Product Highlights
No pre-loaded software required - all you need is a browser like Internet
Explorer 6 (and above, with plugin installed).
With supplied video surveillance software, you can connect up to 16 video
cameras and view images captured by every camera at the same time.
Supports 3 video resolutions: MJPG and H.264 SXGA(1280 x 1024), VGA
(640 x 480), and QVGA (320 x 240); MPEG4 XGA (1024 x 768), VGA (640
x 480), and QVGA (320 x 240).
Anti-flicker function (eliminates flash caused by fluorescent lights, 50 /
60Hz selectable).
Video control functions, like brightness and zoom-in / zoom-out.
Audio function, suitable for applications like video conference or
environment monitor.
Pan-tilt control.
Wired and wireless network (IC-7000PTn V3 only, 802.11b / 802.11g /
802.11n) support
Wireless data encryption (WEP / WPA)
Supports DHCP and PPPoE protocol, you can also assign a fixed IP
address to the camera also.
Supports Dynamic DNS (used to allocate the Network camera‟s Internet
address, when the ISP you‟re using does not assign you with a fixed
Internet address).
Supports UPnP, Windows XP (and above) will discover this Network
camera in network neighbor automatically.
Send captured picture and video by Email or FTP when motion is
detected.
Configurable motion detection sensitivity (6 levels from most sensitive to
least sensitive).
Built-in real-time clock, date and time information will be recorded with
every captured picture / video clip (also supports auto time
synchronization via network time protocol).
Upgradeable firmware - enjoy new functions without buying a new
camera!
Supports up to 16 users, and you can set different password to different
user.
Usage and event logging.
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1.4 Familiar with Key Components
Front View
Focus Ring
Microphone
Wired & Wireless:
Power LED
Audio LED
LAN LED
WLAN LED
POE model:
Power LED
Audio LED
ACT LED
LAN LED
Item
Description
Power
When the camera is powered on and ready for access, this LED
will light up.
Audio
Indicates Audio status
LAN
When the Network camera is linked to a wired network, this
LED will light up. The LED will flash while video is transmitted or
received through a wired network.
ACT
The LED will flash while data is transmitted.
(IC-7000
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PoE V3
only)
Wireless
(IC-7000 When the Network camera is linked to a wireless network, this
PT V3 & LED will light up. The LED will flash while video is transmitted or
IC-7000 received through a wireless network.
PTn V3
only)
Focus
Ring
Microph
one
You can change the aim and focus of the camera by adjusting
the camera head's aim and adjusting the focus ring. Simply
point it in your direction of choice and rotate the focus ring to
your preference.
Collects audio
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Back View
IC-7000PT V3:
USB Port
Audio Connector
Power
Connector
Ethernet Port
SD Card Slot
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IC-7000PTn V3:
Antenna Base
Ethernet Port
Audio Connector
Power Connector
WPS Button
SD Card Slot
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IC-7000PoE V3:
Power
Connector
Ethernet Port
SD Card Slot
Item
Power
Connector
SD Card Slot
USB Port*
(IC-7000PT
V3 only)
Audio
Connector
Ethernet
Connector
Antenna
Base
(IC-7000PTn
Audio Connector
Description
Connects to 12V DC power adapter
Accepts SD / SD-HC memory card for image / video
storage
Accepts USB WiFi adapter** to enable wireless
Connects to external speaker for audio output
Connect to your local area network
Connects to supplied antenna
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V3 only)
WPS Button
(IC-7000PTn
V3 only)
Press the WPS button (click) on the IP Cam and click on
the Access Point that you want to wirelessly connect it to.
Note: The USB port only works with Edimax USB WiFi adapters.
Note: Edimax EW-7711HPn, EW-7711UAn, EW-7711USN,
EW-7711UMn & EW-7711UTn
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Side View
Reset Button
Item
Description
Reset
Button
Press the button with pen nib and hold for 5 seconds to reset the
camera settings to factory default value.
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Bottom View
Tripod Connector
Item
Description
Tripod
Connects to tripod to secure the camera when the camera is not
Connect
put on a horizontal surface.
or
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1.5 Camera Installation
Please follow the following instructions to set your Network camera up.
1. Unpack the product package and check if anything‟s missing.
2. Connect the Ethernet cable to your local area network, and connect the
other end to the LAN jack of this Network camera.
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3. Plug the power adapter to wall socket, and connect the power connector to
the power jack located at the bottom of the Network camera.
4. Connect two antennas to the antenna bases, which is located at the back of
this Network camera.
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5. Place the camera at a secure place, and point the camera to the place you
wish to monitor. If you wish to hang the camera on the ceiling or wall,
please use the tripod connector (located at the bottom of the camera) to
secure the camera.
6. Launch Internet Explorer on your computer, and following the instructions
given in next section to set the Network camera.
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1.6 Locate the IP Address of this Network camera
Default IP address of this Network camera is 192.168.2.3. If you wish to assign
another IP address to this Network camera, you have to log onto the web
configuration interface of the camera first.
If the left three fields of the IP address of your computer is not 192.168.2, you‟ll
have to change the IP address of your computer first:
1. Click „Start‟ -> „Control Panel‟
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2. Double-click „Network Connections‟ icon.
3. Right-click „Local Area Connection‟, and click „Properties‟.
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4. Select „Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)‟, then click „Properties‟.
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5. In „IP address‟ field, please fill in any IP address begins with „192.168.2‟,
and ends with a value greater than 2 and less than 254 (You can use the
example in the picture „192.168.2.339‟). In Subnet mask field, please fill
„255.255.255.0‟. Please keep all other fields empty, and click „OK‟.
If you changed the IP address of this Network camera and you forget it,
there‟re 2 methods to recover it:
a. Press and hold the „Reset‟ button located at the bottom of this Network
camera, to clear all settings of the Network camera and reset the IP
address back to 192.168.2.3. You‟ll lose all settings in the Network
camera.
b. Ask network administrator to check the DHCP release table, if the
camera was set to obtain the IP address by DHCP, a new record will
be added to DHCP release table on DHCP server when the Network
camera is connected to the local area network.
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1.7 Using Camera Admin Software to Locate Camera
If you can‟t connect to the camera by the instructions given in last chapter, you
can use camera admin software to search the camera which is connected to
your local area network. The admin software is also capable to locate multiple
cameras on your local area network.
Please insert the user manual CD-ROM supplied in the product package, and
the CD will automatically running the installation, if not please double-click
„Setup_Admin_3.0.17‟ icon:
Then follow the following instructions to install and use camera admin
software:
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1. Click „Next‟ to start to install the camera admin software:
2. You can change the installation folder of camera setup software here, click
„Browse‟ to select an existing folder, or you can just click „Next‟ to use default
installation folder:
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3. If you wish to create desktop icon and / or quick launch icon for camera
admin software, please check corresponding box, and click „Next‟ to continue.
4. You‟ll see a brief of all options you selected, click „Install‟ to install camera
admin software now, or click „back‟ to back to previous steps to change
settings.
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5. When you see this message, the installation of camera admin software is
complete. If you wish to launch camera admin software now, keep „Launch IP
Cam Admin Utility‟ box checked, and click „Finish‟ to close installation utility.
After the camera admin software is launched, all cameras found on your local
area network will be displayed:
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All camera-related information will be displayed here. If you wish to connect to
certain camera by web browser, double-click the camera listed here.
The camera admin software also provides several functions:
Language change: This camera admin software supports 3 languages: English,
Chinese, and Japanese. You can select the language you wish to use from
language dropdown menu located at upper-right corner of camera admin
software.
Search camera: Click this button to search all cameras on local area
network again.
Browse camera via web: Select a camera listed above first, and then
click this button to connect to the camera by web browser.
Configure camera: Click this button to configure camera‟s network
and security setting. You‟ll be prompted to input camera‟s password:
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Input the password (default: 1234) and click OK to configure the camera‟s
network and security setting:
In „Lan Setting‟ page, you can configure camera‟s network settings. Select
„DHCP‟ to set the camera to obtain an IP address from DHCP server on local
area network automatically, and select „Manual IP‟ to input the IP address
information manually. Click „OK‟ to save settings.
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In „Security‟ page, you can change the camera‟s name and password (user
name is always „admin‟ and cannot be changed). You have to input the same
password in both „New Password‟ and „Confirm Password‟ field, or you‟ll be
prompted to input new password again. Click „OK‟ to save settings or click
„Cancel‟ to discard changes.
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1.8 Log Onto Web Management Interface
Make sure the Network camera is correctly powered (Power LED is on), and
then launch Internet Explorer and type the IP address of the Network camera
in address bar of Internet Explorer. You should be prompted to input the user
name and password:
Default user name is „admin‟ and password is „1234‟. Click „OK‟ to continue
after user name and password has entered.
If you‟re rejected, maybe the password has been modified previously. This
should not happen if this is a newly-purchased camera, however, if you get the
camera from someone else, the password would be changed. Please try to
obtain the correct user name / password, or you‟ll have to reset the camera.
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If this is the first time you log onto web management interface, you‟ll be
prompted to install ActiveX Plugin:
When you see this message, please click „OK‟, and click „Download the latest
ActiveX‟ link to download plugin so you can use this camera:
Click „Run‟ to download plugin:
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Click „Run‟ to install plugin:
Please click „Next‟ button to start installation (click „Next‟ or „Install‟ when you‟re
prompted, until installation is complete).
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Click „Finish‟ to complete plugin installation.
Now you can go back to web browser, and you should be able to see the
image captured by camera (You may need to press F5 or CTRL-R to reload
web page).
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Note: If you see one of these messages (or both):
OR
Your computer may not have the display capability that this Network camera
requires, or you don’t have Microsoft DirectX® installed. Please download
Microsoft DirectX® from Microsoft’s website (http://www.microsoft.com), and
try again.
In some cases, your computer is able to display the image from Network
camera correctly, but you’ll still see these messages. If this happens, just
ignore them.
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Chapter II: Using Web Management Interface
2.1 Camera Settings
The first menu after you logged onto web management interface is „Camera‟,
and this is the only menu you can see the real-time image from camera.
You can always back to this menu by clicking „Camera‟ on the top of web
management interface.
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The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Pan/Tilt Speed
Specifies the moving speed when you use pan /
tilt function to point the camera to a new direction.
Available options are 1 (fastest) to 5 (slowest).
Select 1 to move the camera by a faster speed,
but you will not be able to control the movement
precisely. If you want to move the camera in a
more accurate manner, select a slower speed.
Video Type
Specifies video encoding type. Available options
are „MPEG4‟, „MJPEG‟, and „H.264‟. Different
encoding type requires different bandwidth, and
provides different video quality.
Frequency
If the place where this Network camera points to
has a (or more) fluorescent light(s), the image
may look flashing. In this case, you can adjust
this setting to the frequency of electrical power;
this can improve the image quality effectively. If
you don‟t know which one you should use, just try
any of them and select one with less flicker.
Flip Mode
If you‟re not putting this camera on a horizontal
surface but hang the camera on the ceiling or
wall, you can use this function to rotate the
displaying image.
Brightness /
Saturation /
Sharpness
Select brightness, saturation, and sharpness
from dropdown menu, and click „ - ' or „ + „ button
to increase or decrease brightness / saturation /
sharpness setting value. In certain environment,
adjust brightness, saturation, and / or sharpness
will help improve video quality.
Volume
Adjust the volume of audio output. Press „+‟ or
„-„ button to increase or decrease volume.
NOTE: When you change any setting(s) listed above, please click ‘Apply’ button
so the change(s) will take effect. For following functions, changes will take effect
right away.
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Pan / Tilt Control
Moves camera to a new direction. Press one of 8
directional buttons to move the camera, and press
„H‟ to move the camera back to „home‟ (original)
position.
Preset Points
You can set up to 9 preset points of camera position;
press the number to move the camera to preset
point instantly. See next chapter for detail
instructions of how to set preset points.
Press „C‟ and the camera will cruise between all
preset points automatically.
Snapshot
Click „Snapshot‟ button to save the displaying image
as an image file, a message box will appear after
you click „Snapshot‟ button, showing the filename
and location of saved image file (default filename is
current date and time).
Default directory used to save image file is „C:\‟, you
can change the directory by clicking the text input
box located at the right of „Snapshot‟ button:
and you‟ll be prompted to select a new directory.
Recording
Press this button to record the displaying image as a
video file in AVI format, and you can play the video
file back by Windows Media Player. To stop
recording, press „Stop Recording‟ button (the same
button). You can also change the directory used to
save video file.
Speak to IP Cam
You can transmit the voice received by your
computer‟s microphone to the camera‟s external
speaker. Press and hold this button, then speak to
the microphone. Please note that external speaker
must be connected to this camera.
Digital Zoom
If you wish to enlarge certain portion of the captured
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image, you can click this button to set digital zoom:
Click „Enable‟ to enable digital zoom function, then
you can drag the slide bar to adjust zoom ratio. You
can also use your mouse to drag the zoom area (the
green square) to reposition the zoom area.
Fit to Window Size
Click this button and the image size will be adjusted
to fit the size of browser window.
Full Screen
Click this button to display the image in full-screen
mode (uses all available space to display the image
captured by this camera).
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2.2 Video
You can change video-related settings of this Network camera in „Video‟
menu. You can access this menu by clicking „Video‟ on the top of web
management interface.
There are 5 types of video settings for this Network camera. To set the
option of a certain video setting, put mouse cursor on it and its options
will appear.
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2.2.1 MJPEG
You can adjust video settings when you select „MJPEG‟ as video type in
„Camera‟ menu.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Video Resolution
Changes the resolution of video. Available
options are 1280 x 1024, 640 x 480, and 320 x
240. Higher resolution provides better video
quality and more detail, but requires more
network bandwidth.
Video Quality
Changes video quality. There are 5 levels of
video quality from „Lowest‟ to „Highest‟.
Selecting a higher video quality will provide
better video quality, but requires more network
bandwidth.
Frame Rate
Changes video frame rate. Available options
from „30‟ to „1‟, indicates how many video
frames this camera will transmit every second.
Higher frame rate provides smooth video
watching experience and will not lose details of
video, but requires more network bandwidth. If
you‟re using this video camera with insufficient
network bandwidth, selecting a lower frame rate
setting will help.
Click „Apply‟ for settings to take effect.
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2.2.2 MPEG4
You can adjust video settings when you select „MPEG4‟ as video type in
„Camera‟ menu.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Video Resolution
Changes the resolution of video. Available
options are 1024 x 768, 640 x 480, and 320 x
240. Higher resolution provides better video
quality and more detail, but requires more
network bandwidth.
Video Quality
Changes video quality. There are 5 levels of
video quality from „Lowest‟ to „Highest‟.
Selecting a higher video quality will provide
better video quality, but requires more network
bandwidth.
Frame Rate
Changes video frame rate. Available options
from „30‟ to „1‟, indicates how many video
frames this camera will transmit every second.
Higher frame rate provides smooth video
watching experience and will not lose details of
video, but requires more network bandwidth. If
you‟re using this video camera with insufficient
network bandwidth, selecting a lower frame rate
setting will help.
Click „Apply‟ for settings to take effect.
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2.2.3 H.264
You can adjust video settings when you select „H.264‟ as video type in
„Camera‟ menu.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Video Resolution
Changes the resolution of video. Available
options are 1280 x 1024, 640 x 480, and 320 x
240. Higher resolution provides better video
quality and more detail, but requires more
network bandwidth.
Video Quality
Changes video quality. There are 5 levels of
video quality from „Lowest‟ to „Highest‟.
Selecting a higher video quality will provide
better video quality, but requires more network
bandwidth.
Frame Rate
Changes video frame rate. Available options
from „30‟ to „1‟, indicates how many video
frames this camera will transmit every second.
Higher frame rate provides smooth video
watching experience and will not lose details of
video, but requires more network bandwidth. If
you‟re using this video camera with insufficient
network bandwidth, selecting a lower frame rate
setting will help.
Click „Apply‟ for settings to take effect.
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2.2.4 OSD
If you need to display information about this camera, like camera‟s name
or current date / time, you can use OSD (On-Screen Display) menu:
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
On-Screen Display
Select „Enable‟ to enable on-screen display
function (information about this camera will be
displayed on camera‟s display image), and
select „Disable‟ to disable it.
Show Camera Name
Select „Enable‟ to show camera‟s name on
camera‟s display image, select „Disable‟ to hide
it.
Show Date
Select „Enable‟ to show current date on
camera‟s display image, select „Disable‟ to hide
it.
Show Time
Select „Enable‟ to show current time on
camera‟s display image, select „Disable‟ to hide
it.
Click „Apply‟ for settings to take effect.
When OSD is enabled, selected OSD items will be displayed like this:
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2.3 Pan and Tilt
This Network camera supports pan and tilt function, as you explored in last
section. You can also make the camera move automatically in pan and tilt
menu by defining a set of pre-defined path.
You can access this menu by clicking „PTZ‟ on the top of web management
interface.
2.3.1 Preset Points
You can define the camera position and save the position so you can recall the
position later again. This camera provides 9 memory slots; follow the following
instructions to move the camera and set a new preset point:
UPPER
LEFT
UP
LEFT
UPPER
RIGHT
RIGHT
LOWER
RIGHT
LOWER
LEFT
DOWN
1. Select a memory slot from „Available Positions‟ dropdown menu first.
2. To move the camera, click the position of labeled text (not shown on image)
on the image to move the camera to the direction. You may need to set the
Pan / Tilt speed to a slower setting, so you can move the camera in a more
accurate manner.
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3. When you move the camera to the position you want, type a name in
„Position name‟ field, and click „Set to Point n‟ (where „n‟ is the number of
memory slot) button to save the position to selected memory slot.
After you set the position, you can recall the position from „Camera‟ menu (click
the position number button), and the camera will move to preset position
instantly.
If you want to remove a preset position, select the memory slot from „Available
Positions‟ dropdown menu, and then click „Remove Point n‟, (where „n‟ is the
number of memory slot you wish to clear position setting).
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2.3.2 Guard Tour
You can make the camera move between many pre-defined positions, and
define the time you wish to pause at every position; this is called as „Guard
Tour‟.
Before you can use this function, you have to define at least 2 positions in
„Preset Points‟ section (refer to last section for detailed information).
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Add
Add a new set of guard tour (see instructions below)
Edit
Edit a selected guard tour. The parameters for an existing
guard tour will be recalled and you can modify them.
Start / Stop
Select a guard tour and click this button to start guard
tour, click again to stop it. After a guard tour has been
started, go to „Camera‟ menu to see it in action. Only one
guard tour can be activated at the same time.
Remove
Remove a guard tour from the list.
If you wish to add a new set of guard tour, click „Add‟ to start to add a new
guard tour set:
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The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Name
Input the name of this set of guard tour here. As you may
have many sets of guard tour, please give it a meaningful
name so you can remember the main purpose of this set.
View with
random order
Do not visit all positions in this guard tour by order; visit
them randomly instead.
Available
positions
Select preset points from dropdown menu here, then
click „Add to list‟ to add this position to this guard tour.
When you click „Add to list‟, you‟ll be prompted to set
these parameters:
Remove: Remove this position from list.
Save: Save settings for this position.
Close: Close this window and discard all changes.
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2.4 Network Settings
All network-related settings can be found in this menu, and you have to specify
TCP/IP parameters in this menu if you want to change IP address, use PPPoE,
Dynamic DNS, and activate UPnP function.
You can access this menu by clicking „LAN‟ on the top of web management
interface.
After you selected „Network‟, network setting menu will appear. There are 6
sub-menus available here:
Please click the network setting you wish to set, and then refer to instructions
given below:
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2.4.1 LAN
You can define IP address and select the port number you wish to use here.
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The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Network Type
This camera can obtain the IP address from DHCP
server automatically (if you have one), or set a fixed IP
address. Select „DHCP‟ to obtain IP address
automatically or „Static IP Address‟ to assign this Network
camera with a fixed IP address.
When „DHCP‟ is selected, IP address parameters below
will be grayed out.
IP Address
Specify the IP address for this Network camera here.
Subnet Mask
Specify the subnet mask for this Network camera here.
Gateway
Specify the gateway address of the local network here.
Primary DNS
Specify the IP address of DNS server here. Please input
IP address only. If you don‟t know the address of DNS
server, ask network administrator or your ISP for help.
Secondary DNS
Specify the IP address of backup DNS server here. When
primary DNS is unreachable, Network camera will use
the IP address specified here as DNS server. This field is
optional.
Web Port
Specify the port number of web management interface
here. If it‟s not 80, you‟ll have to add „:port’ after the IP
address / hostname of this Network camera.
For example, if the HTTP port number you specified here
is 90 and the IP address of Network camera is
10.20.20.30, then you have to input
‘http://10.20.20.30:90’
in the address bar of Internet explorer.
Enable PPPoE
Select „Enable‟ to activate PPPoE function of this
Network camera, select „Disable‟ to disable it.
User Name
Input the PPPoE username assigned by your ISP here.
Password
Input the PPPoE password assigned by your ISP here.
MTU
Input the MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) given by
your ISP here. Ask your ISP if you don‟t know what value
you should input here. Default value should work with
most of ISPs and will give you a nice network
performance.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
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2.4.2 WLAN
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Wireless
Connection
Select „Enable‟ to activate wireless network function of
this Network camera, select „Disable‟ to disable it.
Network Type
Select the network type of wireless connection.
Available options are „Infrastructure‟ (Connect the
Network camera to a wireless access point), and „Adhoc‟
(This Network camera will become a stand-alone
wireless network point, other wireless computers /
devices can discover this Network camera and connect
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to it without wireless access point).
You can set to „Adhoc‟ when you don‟t have any wireless
access point, but your computer has wireless network
card. Set to „Infrastructure‟ when you have wireless
access point, and you have computers with wired
network connection.
Available
Networks
Here shows all wireless access points found by this
Network camera. Please note not all access points will be
displayed at the same time, if the access point you
expected to connect does not appear, you may have to
click „Refresh‟ button for several times until it appears.
The descriptions of all fields is listed below:
Connect: You can select the wireless access point you
wish to connect here.
SSID: the SSID of all found wireless access points will be
shown here. Some wireless access point may hide their
SSID; in this case, you have to identify them by their
MAC address.
MAC Address: If you there are many wireless access
points in proximity or some wireless access point hides
it‟s SSID, you can use MAC address to distinguish them.
Signal: Shows the radio signal strength in percent.
Channel: Shows the radio channel of this wireless access
point.
Encryption: Shows the encryption type used by this
wireless access point. You must use the same encryption
type if you wish to connect to a certain wireless access
point. If the wireless access point does not use
encryption, „Disabled‟ will be displayed here.
Network Type: Shows the network type of a certain
wireless access point (Infrastructure or Adhoc).
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SSID
Input the SSID of the wireless access point you wish to
connect. It should be less than 32 alphanumerical
characters.
When you select a wireless access point above, it‟s SSID
will be filled in this field automatically. However, if the
SSID is not displayed (the wireless access point you
selected choose to hide it‟s SSID), you have to know it‟s
SSID and input it here, or you will not be able to connect
it.
Channel
Select the radio channel you wish to use here. When
network type is „Infrastructure‟, the radio channel is
auto-selected according to the channel that wireless
access point uses. You can only select the channel
number when network type is „Adhoc‟.
Wireless Key
Input the encryption key of selected wireless access point
here. This is required when access point you wish to
connect uses encryption.
Self PinCode
Here displays the WPS pin code used to connect to
WPS-enabled wireless access points. You have to input
this number into the WPS enabled access point to
establish WPS connection.
Configure via
Push Button
Click this button and this camera will enter PBC-style
WPS connection state for 120 seconds. Please push
„Start PBC‟ button on the wireless access point you wish
to connect within 120 seconds to establish WPS
connection (The remaining time will be displayed on the
button).
If connection can not be established after 120 seconds,
you‟ll be prompted by a message box, and you can press
„Start PBC‟ button to try again.
Configure via
PinCode
If you have wireless access point‟s WPS PIN code, you
can input it here and press „Start PIN‟ button to start to
establish PIN-style WPS connection.
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2.4.3 Dynamic DNS
If your ISP does not give you a fixed Internet IP address (i.e. the Internet
address you‟re using when you access the Internet is not always the same –
ask your ISP for detailed information), you can use this function to help you
locate the IP address of this Network camera when you‟re away from home or
office.
Before you can use this function, you‟ll need to apply for an account at
dyndns.org (http://www.dyndns.org). Detailed instructions of how to apply a
new account can be found on dyndns.org‟s website.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Enable DDNS
Select „Enable‟ to activate Dynamic DNS function of this
Network camera, select „Disable‟ to disable it.
Provider
Select dynamic DNS service provider here. Only
dyndns.org is available currently.
Host Name
Input dynamic DNS host name here.
User Name
Input dynamic DNS user name here, must be the same
as the one you applied on dyndns.org.
Password
Input dynamic DNS password here, must be the same as
the one you applied on dyndns.org.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
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2.4.4 UPnP
When UPnP function is activated, all UPnP-compatible computers / network
devices will be able to discover this Network camera automatically (only those
in the same local network).
This function is useful and you don‟t have to remember the IP address of this
Network camera. Simply open „Network neighbor‟ and it‟s there!
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Enable UPnP
Select „Enable‟ to activate UPnP function of this Network
camera, select „Disable‟ to disable it.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
After UPnP function is activated, a popup message will appear:
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Click the message to open „My Network Places‟, and you‟ll see the Network
camera:
You can double-click the icon to launch Internet Explorer and log onto Network
camera‟s web management interface directly.
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2.4.5 LoginFree
This camera provides a method to let unauthorized users to view the image
captured by this camera, which is called as „LoginFree‟. When you wish to let
everyone to view the image captured by this camera, or integrate the image
with your own web application, you can use this function:
Input the filename here, and click „Apply‟ to save settings, then other users can
access the image by this filename with .jpg extension with the camera‟s IP
address as prefix. For example, if your camera‟s IP address is „192.168.2.1‟
and the filename you set here is „picture‟, then everyone on the web can
access the image captured by this camera by using the following address:
http://192.168.2.1/picture.jpg
Please note that no authentication will be required to see the captured image.
If you wish to disable this function, clear the text in „Filename‟ field and click
„Apply.
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2.4.6 RTSP
If you want to watch video captured by this Network camera by your own
RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) media player, you can use this
function to setup RTSP parameters, so your RTSP-compatible player will
be able to receive video data.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
RTSP Port
Input the port number of RTSP here. Default setting is
554.
MPEG4 RTSP
Input the path of MPEG4 RTSP video file. When you use
Path
RTSP-compatible media player to play RTSP stream,
please remember to add „.sdp‟ file extension.
H.264 RTSP
Path
Input the path of H.264 RTSP video file. When you use
RTSP-compatible media player to play RTSP stream,
please remember to add „.sdp‟ file extension.
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2.5 Motion Detection
When you wish to use this camera to monitor the activities, motion detection
function will be very useful. Camera will detect the motion in captured image,
and take a snapshot when motion is detected. So you can use this camera to
keep the safety of the belongings you have.
To use motion detection, click the following link from the top of menu:
After you selected „Motion Detection‟, a sub-menu will appear. There are 5
sub-menus available here:
Detailed descriptions of every setting will be given below.
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2.5.1 Motion Detection
You can use this menu to setup basic motion detection settings:
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Enable Motion
Detection
Motion Detection
Interval
Select „Enable‟ to enable motion detection, and select
„Disable‟ to disable this function.
Select the time interval between two motions from
dropdown menu. When a motion is detected, camera will
not detect any motion again within the time interval you
specified here. Available options are from 0 second
(always detect new motion) to 60 seconds.
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Recording Time
Select the duration you wish this camera to record image
when a motion is detected from dropdown menu.
Available options are 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (seconds).
Sending File
Select the file type that will be saved when a motion is
Type
detected. Select „JPEG‟ and a still picture in JPEG format
will be saved; and select „AVI‟ to save a motion video clip.
Send snapshot
Select „Enable‟ to send the saved file to appointed FTP
file to FTP
server when a motion is detected, select‟ Disable‟ to
disable this function. You have to configure FTP server
parameters in „FTP Configuration‟ menu first, so this
function will take effect (see below).
Send snapshot
Select „Enable‟ to send the saved file to appointed E-mail
file to E-Mail
address when a motion is detected, select‟ Disable‟ to
disable this function. You have to configure mail server
parameters in „FTP Configuration‟ menu first, so this
function will take effect (see below).
SD Card Record Select „Enable‟ to record detected motion to SD card (if
there‟s one), and select „Disable‟ to disable this function.
Storage File Type Select saving file type for motion detection: JPEG (still
picture) or AVI MPEG4 / AVI H264 (for motion picture).
Record File Size Input the maximum file size of saved file in Mbytes.
Maximum file size is 100.
Record to Folder Select „Enable‟ to save file to a network folder which
supports SAMBA (also known as „Windows Network
Neighborhood‟), select „Disable‟ to disable this function.
Authentication
If username and password are not required to write files
in specified folder, select „Anonymous‟; if required, select
„Account‟.
User Name
Input user name required by destination network folder.
Password
Input password of the user name required by destination
network folder.
Samba Server
Input the IP address or host name of network file server.
Shared Folder
Input the folder name on file server.
Storage File Type Select saving file type for motion detection: JPEG (still
picture) or AVI MPEG4 / AVI H264 (for motion picture).
Record File Size Input the maximum file size of saved file in Mbytes.
Maximum file size is 100.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
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2.5.2 Motion Region
You can define the motion detection region within the image that camera
captures, so this camera will ignore motions which are not covered by the
motion region setting, and reduce the chances of false alarm.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Region 1 – 3
Check the box to enable motion detection region 1 to 3.
You can check multiple boxes to enable multiple motion
detection regions. When you checked a box, a new
region (and region number) will be displayed on captured
image.
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Sensitivity
Move the slide bar to change the motion detection
sensitivity setting: Drag the slide to the right to increase
sensitivity (camera will detect minor changes in the
image), and drag the slide to the left to decrease
sensitivity (camera will only detect major changes in the
image).
Refresh
In case the objects of the image captured by the camera
moved, click this button to reload the image captured by
camera, so you can decide the motion detection region
more precisely.
Save
Save motion detection region settings.
To change the motion detection region, you can „resize‟ and „reposition‟ it:
Move the mouse cursor to the eight dots located at the border of motion
detection region, and the mouse cursor will switch to
, , or . You
can click and hold mouse button and move the mouse to resize the motion
detection region.
To move reposition the motion detection region, move the mouse within the
motion detection region, and the mouse cursor will switch to
. Click and
hold mouse button and move the mouse to reposition the motion detection
region.
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2.5.3 Email
You can define the destination address of E-mail sending and mail server
parameters here.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Recipient E-Mail
Address
Input the email recipient‟s Email address here.
E-Mail Subject
Specify the title of sending email, so you can identify the
mail sent from this camera from others quickly.
SMTP Server
Input the IP address or host name of the SMTP server
(the server that delivers the Email for you) here.
If you don‟t know, please refer to the SMTP server you‟re
using in your Email software (like Outlook, Outlook
Express etc.), or ask your network administrator or ISP.
Sender E-Mail
Address
Input the Email address of mail sender, this will help you
to identify the Email sent by this Network camera by
sender‟s Email address.
NOTE: Some mail server would reject to deliver the
Email from unknown sender, it’s recommended to input
your own Email address here, or any other actual one.
SMTP Port
You can set port number according to your mail server.
SMTP enable
SSLv2/v3
Select „Enable‟ if your SMTP server supports SSLv2/v3
such as gmail.
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function
SMTP
Authentication
Some SMTP server requires mail senders to be
authenticated before they can send Email. If your SMTP
server requires you to do so, please select „Enable‟, or
select „Disable‟ to disable it. If you don‟t know, please
refer to the SMTP server you‟re using in your Email
software (like Outlook, Outlook Express etc.), or ask your
network administrator or ISP.
User Name
Please input the user name of SMTP server here, if your
SMTP server requires the use of authentication.
Password
Please input the password of SMTP server here, if your
SMTP server requires the use of authentication.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
After that, you can click „Send a test email‟ to send a testing Email to the
address you set here, so you can make sure the setting you specified here is
correct and working.
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2.5.4 FTP Configuration
You can set FTP server‟s parameters here.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
FTP Server
Input the IP address or host name of the FTP server you
wish to use here.
FTP Port
Input the port number of the FTP server you wish to use
here.
User Name
Input the user name of the FTP server you wish to use
here.
Password
Input the password of the FTP server you wish to use
here.
Remote Folder
Input the remote folder name on the FTP server here. If
nothing is specified here, all uploaded image files will be
placed in FTP server‟s root directory.
Please ask FTP server‟s administrator to know which
folder you should use. Certain user name may have
restrictions and therefore can not place the file in the
directory not owned by the user.
Passive Mode
Select „Enable‟ to use passive mode to send file, or select
„Disable‟ to not to use passive mode to send file.
Some FTP servers require passive mode, if you don‟t
know, please ask FTP server‟s administrator; most of
FTP servers will work fine with both modes, but if you
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found that non-passive mode is not working, you can try
to use passive mode.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
After that, you can click „Upload a test file‟ to send a file to the FTP server you
set here, so you can make sure the setting you specified here is correct and
working.
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2.5.5 SD Card Configuration
You can define the filename and destination folder when saving a file in SD
card.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Enable Cycle
Recording
Check this box and this camera will automatically erase
oldest image file to make rooms for new image files when
SD card is full. If you don‟t want to lose old image files, do
not check this box.
File Name Prefix
Specify the filename prefix (the texts which will be added
before the file sequence number).
Destination
Folder
Specify the folder name that camera will store the saved
image or video clip.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
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2.6 System Info
You can use this menu to get the operational information of this camera:
After you selected „System Info.‟, a sub-menu will appear. There are 4
sub-menus available here:
Detailed descriptions of every setting will be given below.
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2.6.1 Camera Information
Camera information allows you to set the name and administrator‟s password
of this camera.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Camera Name
Please specify the name of this Network camera here.
This can be used to identify your camera on the network
when you have more than one Network camera in the
same network.
Default name begins with „IC-„ plus the last 6 characters
of the MAC address of this Network camera. You can
modify the name to the one you can remember and
meaningful to you, but never give all Network cameras in
the same network with same name.
Password
Please specify user name „admin‟ „s password here. (The
one you need when you log onto web management
interface and use „admin‟ as user name.
Confirm
Password
Please input the same password again, to make sure
there‟s no typo.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
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2.6.2 Date / Time Setting
This setting allows you to change the date and time of the real time clock in
this Network camera. You can set the time manually, or use network time
protocol (NTP) to set the time automatically.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Set Date/Time
manually / NTP
Server
If you select „Set Date/Time manually‟, you can set the
date and time of this camera manually. Please input the
date and time you wish to set here.
Date / time format is YYYY / MM / DD HH:MM:SS
Time is in 24-hour format.
You can click „Synchronize to PC time‟ to use the time of
the computer you‟re using.
Example: 24th August 2007 = 2007/ 08 / 24,
and PM 9:24:30 = 21:24:30
If you select „NTP Server‟, the camera will get the date
and time from NTP Server automatically.
Time Zone
Please select the time zone of the country / city of
resident from dropdown menu here.
NTP Server
Please input the IP address or host name of NTP server
here. You can use default value „pool.ntp.org‟, or ask your
ISP for the IP address or host name, if they have one.
Daylight Saving
If your area of residence uses daylight saving, select
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Time
„Yes‟; otherwise select „No‟.
Synchronize to
PC time
Click to input current time of your computer to „Set Date /
Time manually‟ field.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
If you wish to use the date and time setting of the computer which is
connecting to the camera, click „Synchronize to PC time‟ button. The date and
time setting of the computer will be filled to date and time setting in this page.
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2.6.3 Schedule
You can use this menu to setup Schedule Snapshot/Recording settings:
Item
Description
Enable FTP
Schedule
Select „Enable‟ to send the Schedule Snapshot to the
appointed FTP server, or select ‟Disable‟ to disable this
function. You have to configure FTP server parameters in
„FTP Configuration‟ menu first, so this function will take
effect.
Time Interval
You can choose to upload one image to FTP server
according to the time interval you wish, or choose to
upload image as you wish to FTP server every second.
File Control
This option allows you to choose to upload each
schedule snapshot with different file name composed of
date/time, or to choose to upload the schedule snapshot
with the same file name you wish. If you choose the
latter, the prior-saved schedule snapshot will be
overwritten by the latest schedule snapshot.
Enable E-Mail
Schedule
Select „Enable‟ to send the Schedule Snapshot to the
appointed e-mail address, or select‟ Disable‟ to disable
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this function. You have to configure e-mail settings in
„Email‟ menu first, so this function will take effect.
Time Interval
This option allows the Network camera to send one
image according to the time interval you wish.
Enable Schedule
Recording
Select „Enable‟ to enable schedule recording, or select
„Disable‟ to disable this function.
Time Interval
This option allows the Network camera to send one
recording file according to the time interval you wish.
Recording Time
This option allows you to adjust the recoding time based
on your preference.
Note: The available recording time is based on the video
resolution and video frame rate settings in ‘Video’ menu.
Send Recording
File to FTP
Select „Enable‟ to send the recoded video to the
appointed FTP server, or select‟ Disable‟ to disable this
function. You have to configure FTP server parameters in
„email & FTP‟ menu first, so this function will take effect.
File Control
This option allows you to choose to upload each
recorded video with different file name composed of
date/time, or to choose to upload the recorded video with
the same file name you wish. If you choose the latter, the
prior-saved recorded video will be overwritten by the
latest recorded video.
Send Recording
File to E-Mail
Select „Enable‟ to send the recorded video to the
appointed e-mail address, or select‟ Disable‟ to disable
this function. You have to configure e-mail settings in
„email & FTP‟ menu first, so this function will take effect.
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2.6.4 Utilities
This menu allows you to upgrade firmware, clear all settings, reboot the
Network camera, and switch LED lights on/off.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Upgrade
Firmware
If you downloaded latest firmware file from our website,
you can click ‟Browse‟ button to pick a firmware file
located on your computer‟s hard drive and you can
upload the firmware file to the Network camera later.
After you selected a proper firmware file from your
computer, click „Upgrade Firmware‟ button to start
upgrade. DO NOT DISCONNECT NOW!
If the firmware file you provided is invalid of you didn‟t
provide the firmware file, you‟ll be prompted to select
another valid firmware file again.
The Network camera will reboot after the upgrade
procedure is done. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE IP
ADDRESS OF THE CAMERA WILL RESET TO
DEFAULT VALUE: 192.168.2.3
Reset to Factory
Defaults
Clear all settings in the camera. Please think again
before you do this, and then click this button to reset all
settings.
NOTE: IP address will be reset to default value
‘192.168.2.3’ also. You’ll need to change the IP address
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setting of your computer if the IP address of your
computer does not begin with ‘192.168.2’, and subnet
mask is not ‘255.255.255.0’, or you’ll not be able to
connect to this Network camera again.
Reboot Device
If you found the Network camera is responding slowly or
behaves strange, you can click this button to try to reboot
the Network camera, this may help.
LED Setting
Click „Turn off LED light‟ button to switch the LED light of
this Network camera off, so all LEDs on the Network
camera will stop working, in case you don‟t want other
people know the camera is transferring data.
You can click this button again to switch LED lights on
again.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
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2.6.5 Status
This menu provides all information about this Network camera, like firmware
version, system uptime, date / time, and network information.
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2.6.6 System Log
All activities of this Network camera will be logged, and you are allowed to
enter „System Log‟ menu to view these logs.
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2.7 Account
If you wish to allow other people to view the live image captured by this camera,
but don‟t want to allow them to modify system settings, you can give them
user-level user name and password, so they can only view the image and can
not change any system setting.
This camera supports up to 16 users.
After you selected „Account‟, you‟ll be prompted to input user account
information:
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
User List
Lists all users currently available.
Login
Input the login name (user name) of this account.
Password
Input the password of this user here.
Confirm
password
Input the password of this user here again for
confirmation.
Authority
Select the privilege of this user: Operator (able to enter
camera & video menu) or Guest (view images only, but
Guest account still needs to input User name/Password
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when accessing the camera).
Add
Click this button to add the account.
Modify
Modify an existing user‟s information. You have to select
a user from user list first.
Remove
Remove an existing user. You have to select a user from
user list first.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
Please note: only one user (including administrator) will be able to view the
image of Network camera at the same time.
If you wish to allow other people to view the live image captured by this
Network camera without typing User name/Password, you can enable
“Anonymous Login” in Anonymous page.
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2.7 SDHC
…
After you selected „System Info.‟, a sub-menu will appear. There are 4
sub-menus available here:
Please click the SD card setting you wish to set, then refer to instructions given
below:
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2.7.1 Status
Here shows the remaining card space for you.
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2.7.2 Space Alarm
When you‟re using SD card to store captured image and video clip, you can
have this camera to send an E-mail to you when there‟s only little remaining
space left on SD card.
Please note: If you have set E-mail settings in ‘Motion Picture’ function, you
can click ‘Copy Mail Config’ button to use the same setting. However, you can
use a different setting here.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
Recipient E-Mail
Address
Input the E-mail address you wish to receive space
alarm.
E-Mail Subject
Input the title of space alarm E-mail.
SMTP Server
Input the SMTP server address you wish to use to send
E-mail.
Sender E-Mail
Address
Input the sender E-mail address of the space alarm
E-mail.
SMTP Port
You can set port number according to your mail server.
SMTP enable
SSLv2/v3
function
Select „Enable‟ if your SMTP server supports SSLv2/v3
such as gmail.
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SMTP
Select „Enable‟ if the SMTP server you‟re using requires
Authentication
authentication, and input the username and password
below; If the SMTP server you‟re using does not require
authentication, select „Disable‟ here. If you‟re not sure,
ask your ISP or network administrator.
User Name
Type the user name of the user who has the mail
account. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server
which sends e-mails performs authentication.
Password
Type the password of the user who has the mail account.
This setting is necessary when the SMTP server which
sends e-mails performs authentication.
Reserved Space
Select the amount of SD card space which will be
reserved and will not be used from dropdown menu.
Click „Apply‟ to save settings and make the new settings take effect.
You can click „Send a test email‟ button to send a test E-Mail by the
configuration you set here.
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2.7.3 File Management
You can use this menu to manage the files stored on SD card.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Description
FirstPage
Jump to first page of file list.
PrevPage
Jump to previous page of file list.
NextPage
Jump to next page of file list.
LastPage
Jump to last page of file list.
SelectAll
Select all files in this page.
ClearAll
Clear all files in this page.
Delete
Delete selected files.
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Chapter III: Using Surveillance Software
3-1 Installing Network camera Surveillance Software
The Network camera surveillance software provides various functions like
video recording, after this software is installed, you can use your Network
camera to safeguard your property. Please follow the following instructions to
install the surveillance software.
1. Click “16 channel viewer” in supplied CD-ROM, when the following window
appears, click „Next‟.
2. You can specify the destination folder of software installation, you can just
use the default folder, and click „Next‟ to continue.
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3. If you need installation program to create a desktop icon or a quick launch
icon for you, click all items you need here, than click „Next‟ to continue.
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4. Here lists all options you chose in previous steps, if everything‟s correct,
click „Install‟ to start installing procedure, or click „Back‟ to go back to previous
step to modify installing settings.
5. The installing procedure will take some time, please be patient.
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6. When you see this window, it means the software installing procedure is
complete. Please click „Finish‟ to finish the procedure (Network camera
surveillance software will start after you click „Finish‟ button, if you want to start
it later, uncheck „Launch IPCam Surveillance Software‟ box).
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3-2 Using Network camera surveillance software
You can click „IPCam Surveillance Software‟ icon from desktop, quick launch
bar, or start menu to start the Network camera surveillance software.
Before you start:
IP camera surveillance software will only work when your monitor’s
resolution is ‘1024 x 768’. Please change the resolution before you
use IP camera surveillance software, or it won’t start.
Here are descriptions for all components of Network camera surveillance
software:
Video displaying area
Language
Display
layout
Full screen /
Scan
Zoom Out /
Zoom In
PTZ Control /
Home
Close window (stop surveillance) /
Minimize window
Message display
box
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Recording / System configure
Playback / Snap shot
You can put the mouse cursor on a certain component and see its button name,
and here‟re detailed descriptions of all buttons:
Item
Description
Video displaying
area
The image of all connected cameras will be displayed
here.
Language
Select a language from this dropdown menu to change
display language.
Display layout
Change camera image display layout (Click a layout icon
to change camera display layout). There are 8 kinds of
available display layouts.
Full screen
Click this button to switch to full screen mode (only
display all camera‟s image), press „ESC‟ key to quit full
screen mode.
Scan
Click this button and the Network camera surveillance
software will switch displaying the image of all connected
camera automatically. Click this button once to activate
scan function (scan icon will become blue
), click
again to stop scanning (scan icon will become white ).
Zoom out
Zoom-out (To see more objects).
This function is only available for supported cameras.
Zoom In
Zoom-in (Too see more details).
This function is only available for supported cameras.
PTZ control
There are 8 directions in PTZ control ring. If the camera
you connect support PTZ, you can use PTZ control ring
to change the direction that camera points to.
This function is only available for supported cameras.
Home
Click this button to return the camera to „Home‟ (default)
position.
This function is only available for supported cameras.
Recording
Start video recording.
Configure
Software / camera configuration.
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Playback
Playback a recorded video file.
Snapshot
Take a snapshot of current camera.
Message display
Displays all system messages like camera is
disconnected etc.
Close window
(stop
surveillance)
Terminates Network camera surveillance software.
Minimize window
Minimizes Network camera surveillance software
window.
Video displaying
area
Displays the image of all cameras by the display layout
you selected.
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3-3 Configure Network camera surveillance software
3-3-1 Configure cameras
Before you use this Network camera surveillance software, you must configure
the camera(s) you wish to connect. Please click „System configure‟ button
and a popup menu will appear:
Please select „Configure Cameras‟ to configure cameras:
Note: If you’re prompted by a windows security alert which asks you if
you want to block ‘IPCamViewer’ program, please click ‘Unblock’
button, of IP camera surveillance software will not be able to function
correctly.
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3-3-1-1 „Camera‟ tab
In this tab you can configure all cameras you wish to connect. Up to 16
cameras can be connected simultaneously:
Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
Channel
Select the channel number you wish to set.
Camera Search
All cameras found on your local network will be displayed
in „Camera Search‟ box.
Select
Select a camera listed in „Camera Search‟ box, and click
„Select‟ button to fill all parameters of selected camera in
every camera configuration fields.
Refresh
Rescan all cameras on your local network. If you didn‟t
see the camera you expected in „Camera Search‟ box, or
new cameras has been joined to your local network after
last scan.
Name*
Input the name of camera here. Default value is the first 6
bytes of camera‟s MAC address, you can change the
name of camera so you can remember the camera‟s
location of purpose easily.
Model
Displays the model of selected camera, this field can not
be changed.
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IP*
Input the IP address of camera.
Username*
Input the user name of camera.
Web Port*
Input the web port of the camera. By default it‟s „80‟.
Password
Input the password of camera. Default value is „1234‟.
You should change the password if you changed the
password of selected camera.
Video Format**
Select the video encoding format of this camera (MJPEG
or MPEG4).
Reset
Clear all fields in „Camera Configuration‟ section.
OK
Save settings in this tab.
Cancel
Discard all settings in this tab.
*: It‟s recommended to use „Select‟ button to fill the content of this field.
**: Only available for cameras support this function.
After you‟ve set all channels you wish to set, click „OK‟ to save settings, and if
everything‟s correct, you‟ll see the camera‟s image in Network camera
surveillance software‟s main menu:
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3-3-1-2 Schedule Recording
In this tab, you can setup scheduled video recording, so you can record the
video captured by all cameras you have by a pre-defined schedule.
Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
Channel
Select the channel number you wish to set.
One Time
Schedules
You can specify the one-time schedule for selected
camera; this schedule will be executed once only.
New
(One Time
Schedules)
Click this button and a new window will appear:
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Please specify the time duration of this one-time
schedule (the date and time of „From‟ and „To‟), then click
„OK‟ to save settings.
Please note you must set a schedule that will be
happened in the future, you can not set a schedule in the
past.
Edit
You can modify a scheduled recording item. Select a
schedule in „One Time Schedules‟ list, and click „Edit‟
button to edit the start and end time of this schedule.
Delete
Delete a selected schedule item.
New
(Weekly
Schedules)
Click this button and a new window will appear:
You can define recording schedule that will be executed
at the specified time of certain weekday(s) in a week.
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Please check all weekdays that applies, and set the start
time in „From‟ field. You can set the duration of video
recording in „Period‟ field (format is HH:MM:SS), and the
end time will be calculated automatically and displayed in
„To‟ field. You can also click „All Time Record‟ button to
define a recording schedule that will be executed every
weekday, from 12:00:00AM to 11:59:59PM.
Click „OK‟ to save changes.
Edit
You can modify a scheduled recording item. Select a
schedule in „One Time Schedules‟ list, and click „Edit‟
button to edit the start and end time of this schedule.
Delete
Delete a selected schedule item.
OK
Save settings in this tab.
Cancel
Discard all settings in this tab.
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3-3-1-3 Audio
For cameras that support audio, you can use this tab to decide if you wish to
hear the audio captured by selected camera.
Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
Channel
Select the channel number you wish to set.
Mute Audio
Check this box and the Network camera surveillance
software will not play the audio captured by this camera.
Record Video
Only
Check this box and the Network camera surveillance
software will not record the audio captured by this
camera.
OK
Save settings in this tab.
Cancel
Discard all settings in this tab.
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3-3-1-4 Motion Record
With this function activated, only motions captured by the camera will be
recorded, so you don‟t have to waste hard disk storage space on images you
don‟t need to pay attention to.
WARNING: For applications that security is highly concerned, it’s not
recommended to use this function since some tiny changes you may
need to know may not be able to trigger the camera and the camera
will not start recording.
Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
Channel
Select the channel number you wish to set.
Enable
Enable motion record function.
Disable
Disable motion record function.
Recording Time
Select the time duration that camera will record when a
motion has been detected from dropdown menu in
seconds.
Invoke alarm
when motion is
triggered
Send an alarm when a motion has been detected by the
camera.
Send mail when
Send an email to a pre-defined address when a motion
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motion is
has been detected by the camera.
triggered
OK
Save settings in this tab.
Cancel
Discard all settings in this tab.
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3-3-2 General Settings
You can set system-wide settings of this Network camera surveillance software
in this menu.
3-3-2-1 „General‟ tab
All general settings like file storage directory and recording spaces can be set
here.
Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
Data Directory
Set the directory (folder) you wish to store the recorded
video and captured image. You can click „Browse‟ button
to pick a directory in your hard disk.
Free Recording
Space
Displays remaining storage space.
Max Video File
Size
Defines the maximum file size of every video file. When
the size of file exceeds this value, Network camera
surveillance software will open another file to record the
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video.
Scan Time
Define the time period to pause between every camera
switch when you activate „Scan‟ function.
Cycle Recording
You can decide the behavior when hard disk space is full:
Disable: Do not overwrite recorded video files.
Enable: Overwrite recorded video files.
OK
Save settings in this tab.
Cancel
Discard all settings in this tab.
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3-3-2-2 „E-Mail Setting‟ tab
If you want to use motion detection function and wish to get an email that
contains the image captured by the camera, please setup your email related
parameters here first.
Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
E-Mail Subject
Specify the subject of sending email.
Recipient E-Mail
Address
Here lists all email addresses you set.
New
Click this button and you‟ll be prompted to input the email
address. Click „OK‟ to save changes.
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Edit
Select an email address from „Recipient E-Mail Address‟
box, and click „Edit‟ to edit the email address.
Delete
Delete selected email address.
Sender E-Mail
Specify the email address of email sender.
Address
SMTP Server
Specify the IP address or host name of the SMTP server
you wish to use. For most of ISPs they will only allow its
subscriber to use their SMTP server, if you don‟t know
which SMTP server you should use, please refer to the
setting of your email software or ask your ISP / network
administrator.
SMTP port
Specify the port number of the SMTP server you wish to
use here. By default (and the setting of most of SMTP
servers) it‟s „25‟.
SMTP Auth
Select „Enable‟ if your SMTP server requires
authentication, select „Disable‟ if it‟s not required. If you
don‟t know if your SMTP server requires authentication,
please refer to the setting of your email software or ask
your ISP / network administrator.
SMTP Account
Input the SMTP account (username) of your SMTP
server here. In most cases, it‟s the same with your POP3
username (the one you used to receive email). Please
refer to the setting of your email software or ask your ISP
/ network administrator if you‟re not sure about this.
SMTP Password
Input the SMTP password of your SMTP server here. In
most cases, it‟s the same with your POP3 password (the
one you used to receive email). Please refer to the
setting of your email software or ask your ISP / network
administrator if you‟re not sure about this.
OK
Save settings in this tab.
Cancel
Discard all settings in this tab.
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3-3-2-3 Security
If you don‟t want other people to access this Network camera surveillance
software, you can set a password to protect it.
You‟ll need to input the password every time you wish to use this Network
camera surveillance software:
To set password, please use „Security‟ tab in „General Options‟ menu:
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Here are the descriptions of all setting items:
Item
Description
Enable
Requires password authentication when this software
starts.
Disable
Password authentication is not required when this
software starts.
Password
Input the password you wish to use here.
Confirm
Password
Input the password you wish to use here again.
3-3-2-4 About
This tab shows the version number of the Network camera surveillance
software you‟re using.
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3-4 Change Display Layout
This Network camera surveillance software provides 8 kinds of display layout:
Every layout displays different number of camera and camera arrangement,
you can click the icon that presents a specific kind of layout, and the video
displaying area will change accordingly.
Layout style 1: 1
Camera only
Displays the video of 1 camera only.
Layout style 2: 4
Cameras
Displays the video of up to 4 cameras.
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Layout style 3: 6
Displays the video of up to 6 cameras.
Cameras
Layout style 4: 8
Cameras
Displays the video of up to 8 cameras.
Layout style 5: 9
Cameras
Displays the video of up to 9 cameras.
Layout style 6:
10 Cameras
Displays the video of up to 10 cameras.
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Layout style 7: 13 Displays the video of up to 13 cameras.
Cameras
Layout style 8: 16 Displays the video of up to 16 cameras.
Cameras
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3-5 Full-screen mode
If you want to use all available spaces on your monitor to display surveillance
image, you can click „Full Screen‟ button to switch display mode to full-screen
mode.
To exit full-screen mode, press „ESC‟ key.
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3-6 Scan
If you have more than one camera configured, and you wish to switch the
displaying image between cameras, you can click „Scan‟ button to switch
between all configured cameras.
NOTE: If a camera is configured but disconnected, it will still be
displayed in a scan sequence (you’ll see nothing and you’ll see
‘Disconnected’ text displayed at the upper-left corner of display
image).
Click „Scan‟ button once to activate scan function (scan icon will become blue
), click again to stop scanning (scan icon will become white ).
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3-7 Zoom-in / Zoom-out
For cameras that support zoom-in / zoom-out function, you can use this
function to see more objects that fall in the scope of camera‟s view, or enlarge
the image size of a certain object to see its detail.
Please select a camera in video displaying area by clicking on its image, then
click
button to see more objects that fall in the scope of camera‟s view, or
click
to enlarge the image size of a certain object to see its detail (Before
zoom-in, you may need to use PTZ buttons - described in next section) to find
an object you wish to see its detail).
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3-8 PTZ
For cameras that support pan - tilt function ( but this model doesn‟t support
PTZ function), you can change the position that camera points to, to see
different places that fall in the scope of camera‟s view.
Please select a camera in video displaying area by clicking on its image, and
then click the directions you wish the camera to move to (total 8 directions
available). Click „Home‟ button (
) to return to camera‟s home (default)
position.
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3-9 Snapshot
You can take a snapshot of selected camera and save it to „Snapshot‟
sub-folder of pre-defined data directory.
Click snapshot button once to take a snapshot; you can take as much
snapshot as you want before hard disk is full.
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3-10 Recording
You can start video recording of selected camera manually by clicking „Start
Recording‟ button:
When recording starts, you‟ll see a message displayed in message displaying
box like „1/1 10:00:00, Camera 2 Start Manual‟, which means camera 1 starts
recording manually on 1/1 at 10:00:00.
To stop recording, click „Start Recording‟ button again, and you‟ll see a
message displayed in message displaying box like „1/1 10:00:00, Camera 2
Stop Manual‟.
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3-11 Video Playback
You can playback all recorded video by clicking this button.
A new window will appear:
You have to search the video file before you can play it. There are two kinds of
video search: Time Search (search all videos file that falls in a specific period
of time) and Motion Search (search all videos recorded by motion detection
function and falls in a specific period of time).
Please define the start and end date / time of the time period you wish to
search, and then click „Search‟ button (of „Time Search‟ of „Motion‟ Search‟). All
found videos will be displayed, select the video you wish to play and click „Play‟
button to playback.
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Chapter IV: How to View Network camera over the Internet
with iPhone
IC-7000 V3 series features iPhone support for iPhone users to monitor their
home using Edimax IP-Cameras.
Please check following instruction for installation. The following instruction
applies to all Edimax routers
Step1:
Ensure My-PC is Internet-ready via Router
Step 2:
Check with your ISP (Internet Service Provider) whether a Public and
fixed IP address is assigned to you. An IP address is like an unique phone
number that is totally different from all the others‟ for calling a particular person.
You could browse the Internet or monitor your home over the Internet with
iPhone by using this unique IP address. Therefore, an unique IP address is a
Public and fixed IP address. With this, it‟s much easy for iPhone monitoring
your home. For example, an IP address looks like numbers separated with a
dot as: 192.168.2.3
(1) Fixed and public IP address:
All IP addresses different from the following are fixed and public IP address
10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255
172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255
192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
Write down this IP address and go to Step 3. In this guide, we use a hypothetic
IP address, 61.61.61.1 (yours is different)
(2) Dynamic IP address
If your ISP service staff cannot tell you what IP address is for you, you can
still monitor your home with iPhone, but it turns more complicated.
Your IP address for browsing Internet will change by hours or by days.
Over 90% chance, you may get a dynamic IP address. There is a solution
called Dynamic DNS (DDNS) for free. With this, you could register a name
like http://my-name.dyndns.org for example to find out Edimax Network
camera in the I-Phone. To apply for this, refer to the Appendix “How to apply
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for a free DNS account in the http://www.dyndns.org ” In this guide, we assume
you have already got http://my-name.dyndns.org. (yours may vary) and go to
Step 3.
Step 3:
Configure the 1st Camera based on the following:
Configure the 2nd Camera based on the following:
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Configure the Broadband Router based on the following:
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Step 4:
Configuration for iPhone.
(1) Make sure Internet connection is ok with iPhone and click “Safari”
(2) Enter the IP address of your router‟s “fixed and public IP address” (check
the Step 2 for details)
Note: “/ipcam.asp” is needed
If no fixed and public IP address is given by your ISP, you may enter a link like
http://my-name.dyndns.org/ipcam.asp (Again, this link is hypothetic)
You could have your own name like http://john.dyndns.org, mary.dyndns.org
etc. To apply for a free account, refer to the Appendix “How to apply for a free
DNS account in the http://www.dyndns.org “
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(3) Enter user name & password for the Edimax Network camera. By default,
user name is admin and password is 1234
(4) Let‟s add the 1st Network camera. Click first window and Setting.
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(5) Click “Add” when finishing the following configuration:
(6) Click “Add” when finishing the following configuration for the 2nd Network
camera
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(7) Configuration is complete. You could see the live video of the 2nd Network
camera.
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Chapter V: Appendix
5.1 Specification
Max Resolution: 1280 x 1024 pixels
Sensor: 1.3Mega pixels 1/4" color CMOS sensor
Gain control: Automatic
Exposure: Automatic
White Balance: Automatic
Image (Video Setting)
Image compression: MJPEG/MPEG4/H.264 Image Video
Digital 24-bit Color
Frame rate: 10-15fps@SXGA, XGA, 30fps@QVGA, 20fps@VGA
Video resolution: MJPG&H.264: 1280x1024, 640x480, 320x240
MPEG4: 1024x768, 640x480, 320x240
System Hardware
LAN Connector: One RJ-45 port to connect to 10/100Mbps Ethernet
Wireless: IEEE 802.11b/g/n (*Wireless Model Only)
LED Indicator: Power/Audio/LAN/WLAN for wired and wireless model
Power/Audio/ACT/LAN for POE model
HTTP/Utility
Includes easy-to-find and surveillance utility
Provides Web based Management
View multiple cameras simultaneously on PC surveillance software up to 16 cameras
at a time
Supports 16 additional user accounts for viewing camera
Auto sending Snap Shot or video by E-mail or FTP
Support DDNS and UPnP functions
Supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7
Firmware Upgradeable
EMI & Safety
FCC, CE class B
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5.2 How to apply for a free DNS account in the http://www.dyndns.org
It‟s very likely your IP address (the Internet location) keeps changing every a
couple of hours or every day depending on your ISP‟s policy. Therefore, as
shown in the following figure, you may be assigned with an IP address,
“61.61.61.1” hours ago, and now with a new IP address, “72.72.72.1”. This
means the router at “My-home” can be found at http://61.61.61.1 over the
Internet is no longer available after a few hours. To find out the new location (IP
address) of the router at My home over the Internet, you need to login to the
router, checking the new IP address. However, this is not a workable solution.
To overcome this problem, an Internet service called DDNS is designed to help
you trace the log of the changing IP address linking with a web site address
(URL). As shown in the following figure, one PC called DDNS server keeps
revising the record “your-name.dyndns.org vs 61.61.61.1” in its internal DNS
directory. It ends up entering http://your-name.dyndns.org in the iPhone can
find out the 2 Network camera at My-home.
The following are steps to apply for an account named
“your-name.dyndns.org” in the http://www.dyndn.org and how this account is
configured into Edimax router.
Note: http://www.dyndn.org is not a branch or affiliate of Edimax. No
commercial relation is involved between these 2 companies. The related
service offered in the http://www.dyndns.org is for free for a specific time.
However, Edimax does not guarantee this service.
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First, go to http://www.dyndns.org and apply for an account.
And follow the steps:
Now, you could locate your home Network camera using
http://your-name.dyndns.org
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5.3 Troubleshooting
If the Network camera is not working properly, before you contact the dealer of
purchase for help, please check the troubleshooting list here, this may help
you to solve the problem by yourself and therefore saves your valuable time.
Scenario
Possible Solution
I can not connect to
Network camera
a. Please confirm the IP address setting of the
computer you‟re using. If they‟re not in the same
subnet, they will not be able to communicate with
each other.
b. Please make the IP address you used to connect to
the Network camera is correct.
c. If you forget the IP address of the Network camera,
you will have to reset it to factory default value (which
is 192.168.2.3) by pressing „reset‟ button at the
bottom of the Network camera. You‟ll need a pen or
pin to be able to press the reset button. Press and
hold reset button for 5 seconds, then try to connect to
the Network camera with IP address „192.168.2.3‟
again.
d. Please make sure Network camera is correctly
powered (the „Power‟ LED should be on).
e. If you‟re trying to connect to the Network camera
from Internet, please make sure the port that Network
camera uses (Video and HTTP port, see section
2.3.1) is not blocked by firewall or other software /
hardware.
f. Contact dealer of purchase for help, if above
solutions do not work.
Image refreshes
very slow
a. Try a higher frame rate setting, if it‟s not 30.
b. Try a lower resolution.
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c. If you‟re connecting this camera from Internet, it
could be caused by a slow Internet connection, and
it‟s not a problem caused by camera. However, when
the network connection is slow, you should use lower
frame rate / resolution.
d. Adjust the antenna if you‟re using wireless
connection. The antenna should be perpendicular to
the ground to get best reception, and the distance
between Network camera and computer / wireless
access point should not be too far.
e. Try to adjust „MTU‟ setting if you‟re using PPPoE to
connect to Internet. Ask your ISP or network
administrator for detailed instruction.
Network camera is
not responding
a. Is the network cable or wireless connection
disconnected? Please check it.
b. Unplug the power adapter from wall socket and
plug it in again after 10 seconds, then try to connect to
the Network camera again.
c. If Network camera is correctly powered („Power‟
LED is on), but you still can not connect to the camera
when you‟re sure that IP address is correct, please
contact dealer of purchase for help).
Image is fuzzy
a. Adjust the focus ring on the camera until the image
becomes clear.
b. Use a soft cloth to clean the lens on the camera.
You can use cloth with water, but DO NOT use
alcohol or other chemical solution.
c. Try to adjust brightness setting.
d. If there‟s any light at the place where Network
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camera is located, switch it on and see if image looks
better.
I set the Network
camera to send
image by Email or
FTP, but nothing is
received
a. If the image is send by Email, please make sure it‟s
not blocked by any anti-spam mechanism.
b. Please make sure you have enough permission for
FTP uploading (You can try this by clicking „Upload a
test file‟ button).
c. Make sure the user name and / or password of
SMTP server is correct, if your SMTP server requires
authentication (You can try this by click „Send a test
Email‟ button).
d. Please check log, if FTP upload or Email sending is
failed, it will be logged, and this may give you some
clue on how to solve the problem.
e. Change the threshold to a more sensitive setting.
I heard strange
a. Please check if anything jams the camera, remove
sound when I use
pan / tilt function
it.
a. If the camera does not respond to you when you‟re
trying to use pan / tilt function, the servo motor inside
the camera may dead. Please return the camera to
the dealer of purchase and ask for help.
Nothing is heard at
An external speaker is required to playback the voice
the camera side
received at computer side.
when I use „Speak to
IPCam‟ function
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