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[Index]

1. Top
2. Single
3. Multi
4. Buffered Image
5. Support
6. Login

Top
Displays Model Number and Firmware Version.
Single
Click to Center Click on Camera image, and Camera change the direction to the position which the mouse was clicked
Digital Zoom Rotating the mouse wheel, and moving the mouse while holding the right mouse button. Moving the mouse or mouse wheel away from you zooms in, and moving it towards you zooms out.
End/Preset display
Appears on the top of the Operation Bar.

End display:
When Pan/Tilt operation has reached the end, Left End, Right End, Up End or Down End appears.
Preset display:
Preset name appears when clicking Preset Button.
Pan/Tilt Scan Pan/Tilt scan buttons automatically move the lens horizontally(Pan) or vertically(Tilt) and scan whole the movable range, and returns to the current position.
Pan/Tilt/Home Position Click the arrow or center button to perform the Pan(left and right),Tilt(up and down) or Home Position(center) operation.
Precise Allows you to pan and tilt the lens in small increments.
Preset
Movement:
Camera moves to the registered position. White balance, brightness will be changed to the registered settings.
Program:
Up to 20 preset positions can be programmed. White balance, brightness settings will be registered.
There are some limitations about preset name.
  • 1 to 15 characters.
  • Cannot use the [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<], [>].
Zoom Increases or decreases the size of the object on the Single Camera screen. Tele button zooms in, and Wide button zooms out.
Preset Sequence Allows you to move the lens to a series of pre-programmed positions (presets) in a sequence.
Auto Pan Allows you to pan the lens automatically from the start position to the stop position.
Brightness
  1. [STD]
  2. [-], [+]
Brightness control has 9 steps including [STD].
  1. The standard picture brightness is set. (default)
  2. Change the brightness of Image.
Backlight Corrects the contrast of bright areas in the camera image.
White Balance To adjust the white balance of the image according to the environment and lighting, select the appropriate White Balance parameter.
External Output
  1. Open
  2. Short to GND
It can set the external output value of the I/O connector.
  1. The internal transistor becomes off state, the external output terminal becomes high impedance.(default)
  2. The internal transistor becomes on, becomes a state where electrically it is short-circuited to GND and the external output terminal becomes LOW (OV).
Refresh Rate Select H.264, MPEG-4, Motion JPEG and the desired interval to refresh images.
Resolution Selects the Image Resolution from 1280x960, 640x480, 320x240 (default), or 192x144.
Image Quality
  1. Favor Clarity
  2. Standard
  3. Favor Motion
Select the Image Quality (JPEG only).
  1. Priority is given to the high image quality.(Frame rate decreases)
  2. The standard image quality is set. (default)
  3. Priority is given to the fast motion of the image.(Image Quality decreases)
Streaming Method
(H.264 and MPEG-4 only)
According to the network environment, select Automatic, Multicast, Unicast, or HTTP as the streaming method.
Capture image The camera image is captured and appears on a new window. You can save this image by right-clicking the image and select "Save Picture As" on the menu.
Audio
  1. Talk
  2. Listen
  3. Output adjustment slider
Input/output of sound is adjusted.
  1. While viewing live images from the camera, your voice can be heard from the camera by talking through the microphone of your PC. Click the talk button to mute the audio.
  2. While viewing live images from the camera, you can monitor the audio from the camera's microphone. Click the listen button to mute the audio.
  3. You can adjust volume.
Play Sound on Detection Your computer can play a sound to notify you when the camera makes a detection.
Additional Features Displays the Additional Features screen.
Full Screen Mode The camera image display will be maximized. Click again to return to the original size.
Multi
Layout Can select from 4-camera, 9-camera, and 16-camera screens.
View Type
  • Selecting 1-4, 5-8, 9-12 displays the corresponding 4 cameras on 1 screen.
  • By clicking the Camera Name, you can go to the Single Camera window of each camera.
Click to Center Click on Camera image, and Camera change the direction to the position which the mouse was clicked
Digital Zoom Rotating the mouse wheel, and moving the mouse while holding the right mouse button. Moving the mouse or mouse wheel away from you zooms in, and moving it towards you zooms out.
Resolution Selects the Image Resolution from 320x240 (default) or 192x144.
When "16 Screens" is selected, Image Resolution is only 192x144 fixed.
Refresh Rate Select H.264, MPEG-4, Motion JPEG and the desired interval to refresh images.
Capture image The camera image is captured and appears on a new window. You can save this image by right-clicking the image and select "Save Picture As" on the menu.
Audio
  1. Talk
  2. Listen
  3. Output adjustment slider
Input/output of sound is adjusted.
  1. While viewing live images from the camera, your voice can be heard from the camera by talking through the microphone of your PC. Click the talk button to mute the audio.
  2. While viewing live images from the camera, you can monitor the audio from the camera's microphone. Click the listen button to mute the audio.
  3. You can adjust volume.
Additional Features Displays the Additional Features screen.
Full Screen Mode The camera image display will be maximized. Click again to return to the original size.
Buffered Image
Trigger
Alarm1:
Displays buffered images triggered by alarm1.
Alarm2:
Displays buffered images triggered by alarm2.
Timer:
Displays buffered images triggered by timer.
Motion Detection:
Displays buffered images triggered by motion detection.
Sound Detection:
Displays buffered images triggered by sound detection.
Shock Detection:
Displays buffered images triggered by shock detection.
Play (MPEG-4 only) Play buffered images using Windows Media Player.
Play (JPEG only)
"Play"
The buffered images are displayed continuously.
"<1" and "1>"
The previous or next image is displayed.
"<10" and "10>"
The image 10th before or after is displayed.
"<100" and "100>"
The image 100th before or after is displayed.
"<1000" and "1000>"
The image 1000th before or after is displayed.
"<10000" and "10000>"
The image 10000th before or after is displayed.
"First" and "Last"
The image first or last is displayed.
Download
(MPEG-4 only)
Download buffered images to PC.
Download
(Motion JPEG only)
Presently the designated quantity picture is downloaded from the picture.
Support
Displays Help.
When connected to the Internet, you can also access Product Information and Support Information Web site.
Login
  • User Name and Password are required.
  • General User allows the camera control based on the registered Access Level.
  • Administrator can access Setup and Maintenance page.



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  4. This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.