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Quick Start Guide V8.4 - Geovision DVR Cards

Quick Start Guide V8.4 - Geovision DVR Cards

Quick Start Guide V8.4 - Geovision DVR

Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use. Quick Start Guide V8.4

  • Page 2 and 3: © 2010 GeoVision, Inc. All rights
  • Page 8: 1.1 GV-4008 The GV-4008 Card provid
  • Page 12 and 13: Troubleshooting Power Supply Issues
  • Page 14 and 15: 6. To access the frame rate setting
  • Page 16: 1.2 GV-3008 10 The GV-3008 Card pro
  • Page 20 and 21: Specifications Interface PCI-E 14 G
  • Page 23: Video 1~8 Video 9~16 Audio 1~8 Audi
  • Page 27 and 28: Specifications Interface Type PCI-E
  • Page 31 and 32: Figure 1-14 1 Video Capture Cards 2
  • Page 33 and 34: 1.5 GV-650A, GV-800A 1 Video Captur
  • Page 35: Video Capture Cards For the BNC-typ
  • Page 38 and 39: 1.6 GV-600A There are two types of
  • Page 40: For the BNC-Type video capture card
  • Page 47 and 48: 1.8 Installing Drivers 1 Video Capt
  • Page 49 and 50: 1.9 Connecting Hardware Watchdog 1
  • Page 51 and 52: 1 Video Capture Cards GV-3008 GV-30
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    Video Capture Cards GV-1008 GV-1120

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    Video Capture Cards GV-1008 x 2 GV-

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    Installing the System To install th

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    Third page: 21. Authentication Serv

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    3.1 Main Screen 60 Logout / Exit /

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    3.2 Setting Data Storage Locations

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    Setting the Event Database Location

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    3. Click the Select Path icon and s

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    3.4 Choosing the Recording Mode You

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    70 4 5 Figure 3-10 For details, see

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    3.7 Playing the Video You can play

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    6. Enter the Start Time and End Tim

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    Before attempting to connect or ope

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    Contents Important Notice before Us

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    1.1 GV-4008 1 Video Capture Cards T

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    Troubleshooting Power Supply Issues

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    Video Capture Cards 6. To access th

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    1.2 GV-3008 1 Video Capture Cards T

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    Specifications Interface PCI-E GV-3

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    Packing List (D-Type) 1. GV-Combo A

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    24 TV Monitor 1-8 D-Type Video Cabl

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    1.4 GV-1008 26 The GV-1008, as a th

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    Specifications Input Type 30 D-Type

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    Connecting One GV-650A/GV-800A Card

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    Specifications Interface Type PCI,

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    Connecting One GV-600A Card 1 Video

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    Specifications GV-600A Input Type 4

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    1.8 Installing Drivers 1 Video Capt

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    1.9 Connecting Hardware Watchdog 1

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    1 Video Capture Cards GV-3008 GV-30

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    Video Capture Cards GV-1008 GV-1120

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    Video Capture Cards GV-1008 x 2 GV-

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    Installing Drivers After you instal

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    Connections with Two Video Capture

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    RS-485 Device Connections 2 Hardwar

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    Overview 66 Relay Out 1 Relay Out 2

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    2 Hardware Accessories 2. You can c

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    Extended Connections 2 Hardware Acc

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    2.5 GV-Hub V2 2 Hardware Accessorie

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    2.6 GV-COM V2 2 Hardware Accessorie

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    Connections 2 Hardware Accessories

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    Specifications Output DC IN DC 5V,

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    Connections to PC 90 There are thre

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    Extending Transmission over the Dis

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    Overview DIP Switch Figure 2-37 The

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    Assigning Addresses to GV-I/O Box 8

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    3. Multiple pieces of GV-I/O Box 8

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    Connections to PC 104 There are two

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    Extending Transmission over the Dis

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    2.12.1 Fixed IP Connection To assig

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    2 Hardware Accessories 2. In the Us

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    2.12.7 Updating Firmware To update

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    2.13 Installing USB Driver 2 Hardwa

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    Installing the System To install th

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    Third page: 21. Authentication Serv

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    The controls in the main screen: No

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    The controls in the ViewLog window:

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    4.3 Remote Playback Client 132 13 1

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    4.4 SingleView Viewer 16 15 14 13 1

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    The controls in the MultiView Viewe

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    The controls in the Center V2 windo

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    Troubleshooting

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    A message “Can’t find new xxx M

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    Multicam Digital Surveillance Syste

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    Contents 1 Configuring Main System

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    1.19 Touch Screen Support .........

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    4 Video Playback ..................

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    x 8.2.3 Video Settings ............

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    xii 9.4.4 Viewing Host Information

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    xiv 11.9.6 Retrieving Recorded File

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    1.6 System Idle Protection.........

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    6 1.1.1 Main Screen The controls in

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    10 1.2 System Configuration You can

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    16 button to select the mode of scr

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    Note: 1 Configuring Main System 1.

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    1.2.6 Selecting Screen Layout This

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    34 1.3.3 Adjusting Video Attributes

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    38 1.3.4 Listening to Live Audio Cl

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    1.4 Camera Monitoring Click the Mon

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    1.4.3 Daylight Saving Time Recordin

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    1.5 Account and Password The passwo

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    52 1.5.4 Preventing Unauthorized Sy

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    54 1.6 System Idle Protection The S

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    56 1.6.3 Auto Start Recording If th

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    1.8.2 Special Days Schedule 1. Clic

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    1.8.4 Center V2 Schedule Set up a s

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    72 After setup is completed, the GV

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    74 1.9.2 Merging Video Events You c

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    1.10 Hotline Notification When even

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    d. Select PCM 8,000 Hz, 8-bit Mono,

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    5. Start monitoring. When the speci

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    90 1.12.2 PTZ Idle Protection When

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    92 1.12.3 Auto Switching PTZ Contro

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    1.14.2 Noise Detection to Reduce Fi

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    1.15 Picture-in-Picture View With t

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    104 Note: 1. For GV-FE110, the imag

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    108 5 System Log Opens the System L

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    110 1. Click the Configure button (

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    112 1.20.3 Stopping Video Lost Watc

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    114 1.20.5 Fast Key Lockup If you w

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    1.20.8 Version Information To know

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    6. Click Apply. The IP camera is ad

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    2.8 ONVIF & PSIA Connection The GV-

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    5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to map more

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    136 Note: 1. The Max. Recording Fra

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    Chapter 3 Video Analysis...........

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    144 7. Select Define Object Size fr

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    146 4. Use the mouse to outline a d

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    Starting Object Zooming After the a

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    Setting up Advanced Single Camera T

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    3.3.2 Tracking in PIP View The PIP

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    3. To test your counting settings,

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    3.5.3 Searching Object Index You ca

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    3.6.2 Searching Video Snapshots You

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    172 3.8 Face Count The Face Count f

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    Figure 3-32 Object Monitor 5. In th

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    182 3.10.2 Granting Access Privileg

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    186 The controls on the Panorama Vi

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    190 3.14 Video Stabilization Images

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    3.16 Crowd Detection Crowd detectio

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    202 3.19 Advanced Missing Object De

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    206 2. Click the Schedule button in

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    Chapter 4 Video Playback ..........

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    Video Playback Recorded files can b

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    214 The controls in the Function Pa

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    218 Key Frame Playback If you want

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    220 Viewing a Bookmark 1. Click the

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    222 Advanced Search 1. Click the Ad

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    Setting up the MDB filter: 1. Click

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    5. If the video event has the Priva

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    4.1.9 Recycling Option for Video Fi

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    [Multi View] You can configure up t

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    4.3 Advanced Log Browser 4 Playing

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    4.3.1 Filter Settings You can defin

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    248 9 Transaction Window Displays P

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    4.5 Address Book With Address Book,

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    254 4.5.4 Connecting from Address B

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    2. Click the Add button to bring up

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    260 4.7.3 Retrieving Images of Obje

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    262 4.8 Remote Playback Server Remo

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    264 [Enable IP White List] Check th

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    266 The controls in the RPB Client:

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    [Connection List] Indicates the num

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    4 Playing Back Video Files 7. Selec

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    276 Chapter 5 Backup, Deletion and

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    284 5.3.2 Including the Player in t

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    286 . Tip: If you just want to dele

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    288 Note: 1. The repair and the sea

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    290 5. You may see the distorted im

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    6.1 I/O Device Setup To connect the

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    298 6.1.2 Keeping Last Toggle Statu

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    6.3 Advanced I/O Applications In th

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    6.3.4 Overlaying Input Name onto Sc

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    6.4 Input State Detection This feat

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    314 6.6.4 Setting Up Mode Schedule

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    6.6.8 System-Wide Triggers The Syst

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    322 6.7 Visual Automation The Visua

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    6.8.1 Setting Up a Module Up to 16

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    328 Connection Choose one of these

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    5. Select POS Data Sender from Wind

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    8. Click Start Service to send grap

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    340 7.5 POS Field Filter POS Field

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    344 In System Log, the events that

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    7.10 POS Color Text 7 Point-of-Sale

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    352 Chapter 8 Remote Viewing.......

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    8.1 Remote Viewing Using a Web Brow

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    The following WebCam server feature

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    8.2.5 Audio Settings Connecting Aud

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    Enabling UPnP on the WebCam Server

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    8.2.12 Network Port Information The

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    6 Change Camera Selects the desired

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    8.3.2 Server List You can add the c

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    380 8.3.5 Video and Audio Configura

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    384 8.3.8 Visual PTZ Control Panel

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    8.3.11 Picture-in-Picture View With

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    390 8.3.14 Remote Configuration Rem

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    8.5 Multi-Window Viewer The Multi W

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    The controls in the Multi View: Fig

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    8.6.2 Host List The Host List displ

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    8.6.4 Adding a Host The Multi View

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    5. Click the Edit tab. This dialog

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    8.6.7 Camera Polling To add cameras

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    8.6.9 PTZ Control 1. Select a PTZ c

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    8.6.11 Output Control 1. Click the

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    8.6.14 Camera Status To show the ca

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    8.6.16 Icon Image Change The icons

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    Note: If you select different netwo

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    8.7.3 Receiving Multicast and Audio

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    8.8 JPEG Image Viewer JPEG Image Vi

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    8.10 Remote ViewLog Through WebCam

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    424 8.12 Download Center The Downlo

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    426 Port TCP Port: 8554, UDP Port:

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    428 Connecting to GV-System Once GV

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    430 Other Functions In addition to

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    432 Viewing Input-Triggered Events

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    434 Viewing Camera Status To view t

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    436 2. Click Type and then select L

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    438 4. On the Login screen, enter t

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    440 2. Click Options, and select Li

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    442 8.13.4 BlackBerry Phone With th

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    4. On the camera list, click the de

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    8.13.7 iPhone GV-iView V2.1 functio

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    Other Functions After you enlarge o

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    My Favorite On the login screen (Fi

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    8.13.8 Android Using the GV-AView V

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    458 Access to GV-System To access t

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    Chapter 9 E-Map Application .......

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    9.1.1 The E-Map Editor Window 8 7 1

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    6. To change the icons for I/O devi

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    9.3 Starting E-Map After creating a

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    9.4 Starting E-Map from a Remote Si

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    9.4.2 Logging in Different Hosts Wh

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    9.4.5 Accessing Remote ViewLog On t

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    9.5.2 The E-Map Server Window Go to

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    9.5.4 Remote Monitoring via E-Map S

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    Chapter 10 Short Message Service...

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    10.2 The SMS Server Window Run the

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    488 10.3.3 Account Settings Click t

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    492 SMS Event Log Clicking the SMS

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    494 10.6 SMS Notification After set

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    10.6.3 Setting Alert Notification T

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    11.7.1 Installing the FBR Program .

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    Useful Utilities This chapter discu

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    11.1.2 Registering Domain Name with

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    11.1.4 Local DDNS Server The Local

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    MultiCast Mode Multicast Network is

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    512 11.2.3 Installing TwinDVR The T

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    Starting WebCam Server at TwinDVR C

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    518 11.3.2 Running the Watermark Pr

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    520 11.4 Twin View Display You can

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    522 11.5 Windows Lockup This featur

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    524 Settings Click the Settings but

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    526 11.5.3 Token File for Save Mode

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    528 11.6.2 The Server Window Go to

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    530 11.6.4 Creating a User Account

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    Note: When the disconnection icon a

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    3. Click Tools on the menu bar, and

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    11.7 Fast Backup and Restore With t

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    542 11.7.4 Backing up and Restoring

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    544 11.8 Hot-Swap Recording The pro

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    3 DVR Database Info Indicates the p

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    550 11.8.5 Logging In Automatically

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    11.9 Backup Server The Backup Serve

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    11.9.2 Enabling Backup Server Befor

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    560 11.9.5 Viewing Server Status Yo

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    562 11.9.6 Retrieving Recorded File

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    11.10.3 Performing Queries On the i

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    570 11.11.1 Installing the Bandwidt

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    572 11.11.3 Connecting to a WebCam

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    584 11.12.5 Playing Back Video Reco

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    586 11.12.6 Viewing Event Log All R

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    [Video Setting] Figure 11-77 [Spot

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    11.14.3 Displaying TV Quad Panel On

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    598 11.15.2 Setting Live View You c

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    602 11.15.5 Setting Live View with

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    3. Select the COM Port the GPS rece

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    11.16.3 Recording GPS Locations of

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    Note: 1. If you like to use the map

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    7. To create connection to other GV

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    11.17 GV-IP Device Utility The IP D

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    616 11.17.4 Mapping IP Cameras You

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    Appendix A. USB Dongle Required for

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    E. Supported IP Device Brands Appen

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    G. Custom Icon Naming Chart for Mul

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