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5. Click OK. 6. (Video

5. Click OK. 6. (Video analytics appliance only) When prompted, allow the system to restart the device. Image and Display Use the Image and Display dialog box to control a camera’s display settings for live and recorded video. An image histogram is provided at the bottom of the window to help you configure your settings. NOTE: The dialog box may appear differently depending on the device. Options that are not supported by the device will be disabled or hidden. Changing Image and Display Settings NOTE: The dialog box may appear differently depending on the device. Options that are not supported by the device will be disabled or hidden. 1. In the camera Setup tab, click . The Image and Display dialog box is displayed. 2. To focus the camera, see Zooming and Focusing the Camera Lens on page 58. 3. Click to toggle the Auto Contrast Adjustment. This setting changes the contrast of the video displayed in this dialog box. It does not affect recorded video or video displayed in other views. By default, Auto Contrast Adjustment is off. 4. If the camera supports day/night control, select one of the following options from the Day/Night Mode: drop down list: • Automatic — allow the camera to control the infrared cut filter based on the amount of light in the scene. If available, move the Day/Night Threshold: slider to set the exposure value (EV) when the camera changes from day to night mode. • Day Mode — the camera will only stream in color and the IR cut filter is disabled. • Night Mode — the camera will only stream in monochrome and the IR cut filter is enabled. 5. Adjust the camera's image settings to best capture the scene. A preview of your changes are displayed in the image panel and the histogram. Tip: Use the Maximum Exposure:, Maximum Gain:, and Priority: options to control low light behavior. Option Synchronize Image Settings with All Heads (Avigilon HD Multisensor Dome Cameras Only) Description You can apply the same image settings to all camera heads by selecting this check box. NOTE: Zoom and focus settings must be set individually. Image and Display 56

Option Exposure: Iris: Maximum Exposure: Maximum Gain: Priority: Description You can allow the camera to control the exposure by selecting Automatic, or you can set a specific exposure rate. NOTE: Increasing the manual exposure time may affect the image rate. You can allow the camera to control the iris by selecting Automatic, or you can manually set it to Open or Closed. You can limit the automatic exposure setting by selecting a Maximum Exposure: level. By setting a Maximum Exposure: level for low light situations, you can control the camera's exposure time to let in the maximum amount of light without creating blurry images. You can limit the automatic gain setting by selecting a Maximum Gain: level. By setting a Maximum Gain: level for low light situations, you can maximize the detail of an image without creating excessive noise in the images. You can select Image Rate or Exposure as the priority. When set to Image Rate, the camera will maintain the set image rate as the priority, and will not adjust the exposure beyond what can be recorded for the set image rate. Flicker Control: Backlight Compensation: Enable Wide Dynamic Range Enable Adaptive IR Compensation Saturation: Sharpening: When set to Exposure, the camera will maintain the exposure setting as the priority, and will override the set image rate to achieve the best image possible. If your video image flickers because of the fluorescent lights around the camera, you can reduce the effects of the flicker by setting the Flicker Control: to the same frequency as your lights. Generally, Europe is 50 Hz and North America is 60 Hz. If your scene has areas of intense light that cause the overall image to be too dark, move the Backlight Compensation: slider until you achieve a well exposed image. Select this box to enable automatic color adjustments through Wide Dynamic Range (WDR). This allows the camera to adjust the video image to accommodate scenes where bright light and dark shadow are clearly visible. Select this box to enable automatic infrared adjustments through Adaptive IR Compensation. This allows the camera to automatically adjust the video image for saturation caused by IR illumination. You can adjust the video's color intensity by moving the Saturation: slider until the video image meets your requirements. You can adjust the video sharpness to make the edges of objects more visible. Move the Sharpening: slider until the video image meets your requirements. Image Rotation: You can change the rotation of captured video. You can rotate the video 90, Changing Image and Display Settings 57

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