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Manual - Surveillance System, Security Cameras, and CCTV ...

Manual - Surveillance System, Security Cameras, and CCTV ...

Manual - Surveillance System, Security Cameras, and CCTV

Multicam Digital Surveillance System User’s Manual V8.4

  • Page 2 and 3: © 2010 GeoVision, Inc. All rights
  • Page 4 and 5: Contents 1 Configuring Main System
  • Page 6 and 7: 1.19 Touch Screen Support .........
  • Page 8 and 9: 4 Video Playback ..................
  • Page 10 and 11: 6.6.9 The “Advanced Logical Input
  • Page 12 and 13: 8.6.11 Output Control..............
  • Page 14 and 15: 11.2.3 Installing TwinDVR..........
  • Page 16 and 17: 11.16.2 Recording GPS Locations of
  • Page 18 and 19: 1.6 System Idle Protection.........
  • Page 20 and 21: Configuring Main System 1.1 Getting
  • Page 22 and 23: 6 1.1.1 Main Screen The controls in
  • Page 24 and 25: 8 1.1.2 Enabling the Recording Pres
  • Page 26 and 27: 10 1.2 System Configuration You can
  • Page 28 and 29: 12 Note: 1. The Enable Directdraw O
  • Page 30 and 31: 14 [Monitor Option] � Start Delay
  • Page 32 and 33: 16 button to select the mode of scr
  • Page 34 and 35: 18 Setting the Event Database Locat
  • Page 36 and 37: 20 1.2.3 Adjusting Individual Camer
  • Page 38 and 39: 22 [Monitor Control] Apply to all c
  • Page 40 and 41: 24 1.2.4 Setting Day and Night Reco
  • Page 42 and 43: 26 [Evaluation] � Encode size: Cl
  • Page 44 and 45: 28 1.2.7 Launching from System Tray
  • Page 46 and 47: 30 1.2.9 Setting Auto Reboot The Au
  • Page 48 and 49: 32 1.3 Audio and Video Settings 1.3
  • Page 50 and 51: 34 1.3.3 Adjusting Video Attributes
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    36 Advanced Video Attributes In add

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    38 1.3.4 Listening to Live Audio Cl

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    40 � Set Test Time: The system wi

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    42 Activating Turbo Mode 1. Click t

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    44 1.4.2 Associate Monitoring You c

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    46 In ViewLog, a separate DST subfo

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    48 1.5.1 Creating an User Account T

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    50 1.5.2 Changing Password on Login

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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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    58 � I/O error: Appears if associ

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    60 Status: This column shows whethe

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    62 1.7.2 Setting Event Logs You can

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    64 1.7.3 Searching Event Logs To se

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    66 1.8.1 Video Schedule 1. Set your

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    68 1.8.3 I/O Schedule Set up a sche

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    70 1.9 Schedule Center The Schedule

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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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    76 � Multiple Files: Merges AVI f

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    78 4. Under the Schedule Type secti

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    80 [Hotline Alert x] The event can

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    82 1.10.2 Setting Alert Notificatio

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    84 1.11 E-mail Notification You can

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    86 1.11.2 Setting Alert Notificatio

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    88 � Close: Closes the control pa

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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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    94 1.13 Pop-up Live Video on Trigge

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    96 2. To set the recording mode to

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    98 1.14.3 Noise Filter The Noise Fi

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    100 1.16 Picture-and-Picture View W

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    102 Setting up the GV-FE110 fisheye

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

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    106 1.19 Touch Screen Support The G

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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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    116 1.20.7 Memory Limit The GV-Syst

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    118 Chapter 2 Hybrid and NVR Soluti

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    120 2.2 Dongle Requirement To perfo

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    122 2.4 NVR Solution Description 1.

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    124 4. Select a camera brand and mo

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    126 2.5.1 Advanced Settings To prev

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    128 2.6 PTZ IP Camera To set up the

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    130 6. On the RTSP Command dialog b

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    132 2.9 Camera Mapping through GV I

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    134 2.10 Economic Mode The economic

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    136 Note: 1. The Max. Recording Fra

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    138 Note: 1. The On Demand Display

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    140 3.12 Panorama View.............

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    142 • For other cameras, select A

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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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    148 2. Click for the PTZ setup. Ref

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    150 3.2 Advanced Single Camera Trac

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    152 6. Select Support Zoom Function

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    154 navigation boxes would be left

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    156 3.3.3 Tracking in PAP View The

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    158 3.4.1 Object Counting To define

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    160 3.4.2 Intrusion Alarm When any

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    162 3.5 Object Index The Object Ind

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    164 3.5.2 Viewing Object Index Afte

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    166 [The Record List] The list cont

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    168 6. Click […] after Video Snap

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    170 5. To play images with Quick Se

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    172 3.8 Face Count The Face Count f

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    174 � Reset at: Type a counting r

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    176 3.9 Unattended and Missing Obje

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    178 3.9.2 Detecting Missing Objects

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    180 � Delay Time: This option all

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    182 3.10.2 Granting Access Privileg

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    184 � Invoke Alarm: Activates the

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    186 The controls on the Panorama Vi

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    188 3.12.2 Accessing a Panorama Vie

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    190 3.14 Video Stabilization Images

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    192 5. To set detection sensitivity

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    194 7. Every time when the system d

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    196 3.17 Advanced Scene Change Dete

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    198 If you do not select Automatica

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    200 5. Select Unattended Object Siz

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    202 3.19 Advanced Missing Object De

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    204 If you do not select Automatica

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    206 2. Click the Schedule button in

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    208 Note: To use two or more of the

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    210 4.11 Fast Key Reference .......

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    212 4.1 Playing Back on ViewLog The

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    214 The controls in the Function Pa

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    216 The option of Thumbnail View is

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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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    224 • Event Only: Lists the video

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    226 4.1.5 Merging and Exporting Vid

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    228 Privacy Mask Settings In case y

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    230 4.1.6 Extracting Frames from a

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    232 4.1.8 Printing Images You can p

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    234 4.1.10 Advanced Settings The Se

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    236 [Thumbnail View] Figure 4-22

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    238 [Display] Figure 4-24 [User Int

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    240 [Database / Cache] Specify the

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    242 4. Click the Setup button for f

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    244 The buttons on the Advanced Log

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    246 The POS Filter dialog box has a

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    248 9 Transaction Window Displays P

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    250 4.4.2 Advanced Search Settings

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    252 3. Type the connection informat

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    254 4.5.4 Connecting from Address B

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    256 4.6 LAN ViewLog Using LAN ViewL

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    258 4.7 Remote ViewLog Service Thro

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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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    268 [Advanced] Select Advanced from

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    270 Address Book The Address Book n

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    272 4.9 GPS Tracks Playback Since G

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    274 4.10 Touch Screen Support By th

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    276 Chapter 5 Backup, Deletion and

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    278 5. Click OK. The Backup dialog

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    280 � If Nero software of version

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    282 5.3 Splitting Backup Files onto

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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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    I/O Applications CHAPTER 6 This cha

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    294 Note: For GV-Net/IO Card V3.1 (

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    296 6.1.1 Latch Trigger Instead of

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    298 6.1.2 Keeping Last Toggle Statu

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    300 6.2 I/O Control Panel The I/O c

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    302 6.3.1 Moving PTZ Camera to a Pr

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    304 6.3.3 Deactivating Alarm and Al

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    306 6.3.5 Other Applications [Video

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    308 6.5 I/O Enable Setting You can

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    310 6.6.2 Creating a Group for Casc

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    312 Editing an I/O Device In additi

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    314 6.6.4 Setting Up Mode Schedule

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    316 6.6.5 Quick Link The Quick Link

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    318 6.6.7 Editing Background Image

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    320 6.6.9 The “Advanced Logical I

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    322 6.7 Visual Automation The Visua

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    324 6.8 Virtual I/O Control Through

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    326 Chapter 7 Point-Of-Sale (POS) A

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    328 Connection Choose one of these

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    330 � The parameter/IP address bu

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    332 7.2 Graphic-Mode POS Device You

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    334 7.2.2 Network Connection 1. Con

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    336 7.3 POS Device Setup To set up

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    338 7.4 POS Data Overlay Follow the

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    340 7.5 POS Field Filter POS Field

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    342 7.6 Abnormal Transaction Alerts

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    344 In System Log, the events that

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    346 7.8 POS Data Search You can loc

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    348 7.9.2 Setting Live View To chan

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    350 3. To trigger an alarm when the

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

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    Remote Viewing CHAPTER 8 With Micro

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    356 3. On any remote computer, open

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    358 8.2 WebCam Server Settings GV-S

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    360 8.2.2 Server Settings Figure 8-

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    362 8.2.4 SDK Settings Figure 8-7 T

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    364 � Max. Channel(s): Enter the

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    366 8.2.7 3GPP Settings These setti

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    368 8.2.9 Multicast Settings These

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    370 3. Click the Settings tab, and

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    372 8.2.11 FTP Server Settings You

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    374 8.3 Single View Viewer After yo

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    376 8.3.1 Control Panel A control p

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    378 8.3.3 Video Recording Click the

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    380 8.3.5 Video and Audio Configura

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    382 8.3.6 Hardware-Compressed or Me

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    384 8.3.8 Visual PTZ Control Panel

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    386 8.3.10 Visual Automation You ca

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    388 8.3.12 Picture-and-Picture View

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    390 8.3.14 Remote Configuration Rem

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    392 8.4 2-Window Viewer On the 2 Wi

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    394 8.6 Multi View Viewer Multi Vie

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    396 9 Configure 10 Edit Host 11 Cam

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    398 8.6.3 Channel Status Informatio

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    400 8.6.5 Combining Multiple Hosts

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    402 8.6.6 Video Recording You can s

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    404 8.6.8 Hardware-Compressed or Me

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    406 8.6.10 Visual PTZ Control Panel

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    408 8.6.12 Remote ViewLog More than

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    410 View Viewer earlier in this cha

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    412 8.6.15 Host Information To show

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    414 8.7 Multicast and Audio Broadca

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    416 8.7.2 Sending Audio Broadcast Y

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    418 Through the Web Interface of We

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    420 8.9 Remote Playback With the Re

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    422 8.11 Event List Query With the

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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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    444 8.13.5 3G Mobile Phone Without

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    446 Playing Back the Recordings You

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    448 2. Enter the IP address of your

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    450 Accessing Live View To access l

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    452 PTZ Speed Control for PTZ Camer

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    454 3. Select the desired recording

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    456 Access to a GV-IP device: 1. Do

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    458 Access to GV-System To access t

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    460 8. In the single view mode, pre

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    E-Map Application E-Map displays th

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    464 9.2 Creating an E-Map File To c

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    466 9.2.1 Creating an E-Map File fo

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    468 9.3.1 Setting the Pop-up Map Fu

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    470 The controls in the Remote E-Ma

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    472 9.4.3 Configuring the Remote E-

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    474 9.4.4 Viewing Host Information

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    476 9.5 E-Map Server The E-Map Serv

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    478 9.5.3 Setting E-Map Server Befo

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    480 9.5.5 Accessing Authentication

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    Short Message Service Via a GSM/GPR

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    484 10.3 SMS Server Setup Before st

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    486 [Message Filter] Figure 10-4 Se

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    488 10.3.3 Account Settings Click t

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    490 10.4 SMS Log 10.4.1 Setting SMS

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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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    496 10.6.2 Setting Mobile Numbers T

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    498 Chapter 11 Useful Utilities ...

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    500 11.12.4 E-Mail Attachment Setti

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    502 11.1.1 Installing Dynamic DNS T

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    504 � Username: The username you

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    506 Setting up E-mail Notification

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    508 11.2 TwinDVR System TwinServer

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    510 11.2.1 Starting TwinServer 1. I

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    512 11.2.3 Installing TwinDVR The T

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    514 Testing Video Stream This funct

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    516 11.2.5 TwinDVR Settings Network

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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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    532 Note: Once the primary Authenti

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    534 2. Click the Setup Server butto

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    536 11.6.7 Remote Access from Contr

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    538 Accessing from Multi View Viewe

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    540 11.7.2 Customizing Logo and But

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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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    546 11.8.2 Viewing Disk Drive Statu

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    548 11.8.3 Adding a Disk Drive 1. C

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    550 11.8.5 Logging In Automatically

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    552 � LED Panel always stays on t

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    554 Figure 11-46 Note: 1. It is rec

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    556 11.9.3 Advanced Settings You ma

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    558 [Schedule] You can plan the tim

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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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    564 11.10.2 Starting Backup Viewer

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    566 11.10.4 Viewing the Event Files

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    568 11.10.5 Using Remote ViewLog Us

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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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    574 11.11.5 Bandwidth Setup You can

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    576 11.11.7 General Setup You can s

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    578 11.12.2 Setting Report Generato

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    580 11.12.3 Setting Report Criteria

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    582 and time. Specify the date and

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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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    588 [Advanced Layout] Figure 11-75

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    590 11.13.2 Spot Monitor Panel With

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    592 [Video Enable] Check or uncheck

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    594 11.14.2 Setting Pop-up Views Th

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    596 11.15 Digital Matrix To create

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    598 11.15.2 Setting Live View You c

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    600 11.15.4 Setting Pop-up Alert Yo

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    602 11.15.5 Setting Live View with

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    604 11.16 GIS Recording GV-System c

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    606 11.16.2 Recording GPS Locations

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    608 11.16.4 Viewing GPS Locations d

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    610 11.16.5 Sending GPS Data to the

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    612 6. In the Account for GPS Recei

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    614 11.17.2 The GV-IP Device Utilit

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    616 11.17.4 Mapping IP Cameras You

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    618 11.18.2 Starting the MCamCtrl U

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    620 Software 1. How to upgrade to t

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    622 Make sure your GV-System and Re

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    Appendix A. USB Dongle Required for

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    626 Kampro Technology (K-ZC23) KenK

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    628 D. Certificated PTZ Models for

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    630 F. Supported GPRS Models Brand

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    632 H. Display Ratio Supported by P

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