dmin login dialog box. Log In (Unlock Pattern)1. Draw the unlock pattern to unlock system. Log In (Dialog Box)1. User Name field will be prefilled with“admin.”2. Input Password (account will lock to preventaccess for 30 minutes if seven incorrectpassword attempts are made).3. Click OK.
11SET UP RECORDING (continued)qwtreq MAIN STREAMSelect tabw CAMERASelect camerae EVENTFor event recording only (motionor alarm)r CONTINUOUSFor live view image andcontinuous recordingt VIDEO QUALITYSelect number of green squaresto set quality (in example,sensitivity is set to 4)- Video Quality adjusts picture clarity (high setting four green squares is default).Consider highest if hard drive space allows.- Frame Rate sets recording frame rate (8 fps on continuous and 15 fps on motion bydefault). Higher frame rates require more storage, but allows better slow motionplayback.- Max Bitrate Mode chooses between pre-set bitrate values and customized values(General setting is default).- Max Bitrate (KBPS) is the chosen bitrate for streaming the video. Max Bitrate shouldbe adjusted to meet or exceed the rate recommended by the system for the chosenparameters.- Max Bitrate Recommended is impacted by resolution, quality, and framerate.- Record Audio turns on audio recording. Requires connection of external microphone orcamera with built in mic.- Video Stream determines which stream is recorded. Leave at default (Main Stream). Substream1.Go to RECORDING CONFIGURATION RECORD QUALITY SUBSTREAM to set upthe Sub Stream to stream to mobile devices and display multiple cameras locally.NOTE:If the upload speed is not sufficient, lower the frame rate, bitrate,and or resolution for more fluent mobile viewing.
11SET UP RECORDING (continued)q SUBSTREAM TABSelectw CAMERASelect camerae STREAM TYPESelect choicer RESOLUTIONCan go up only to 4CIFt VIDEO QUALITYSelect number of green squaresto set quality (in example,sensitivity is set to 3)q wert12PLAY BACK RECORDED VIDEO1.Go to MENU PLAYBACK.2.Select the desired camera(s) from the menu on the right of the screen.3.Select the desired date (days that contain recordings will be blue if recording was continuous only oryellow if all or part of the day was event recording).4.Press PLAY.5.Click within the timeline to jump to desired time.wrteqyq SMART SEARCH/PLAYBACKSearch for specific definedactivitiesw FULL SCREENGoes to full screen for multiplechannel playbacke PLAY/STOPBegin playback (toggles betweenPlay and Stop)r CAMERA LISTSelect camera(s) to play backt CALENDARSelect date to play backy TIMELINEClick on timeline to jump todesired playback time
12PLAY BACK RECORDED VIDEO (continued) Play Back Record Files1. Go to MENU LIVE VIEW.2. 13Left click a Live View window to bring up a shortcut toolbar and click on theplayback.Playback Controls1. Right click a Live Image to display a Quick menu and click onicon for instanticon for instant playback.BACK UP VIDEO RECORDINGS AND CLIPSBack up recorded video clips to ensure important video is not lost or destroyed. Choose Recorded Video Clips To Back Up1. Connect a USB flash drive, HDD, or DVD writer to an available USB port (this step is mandatory).2. Go to MENU PLAYBACK.3. Select cameras for playback.4. Select the date and beginning time of the incident.5. Click START CLIPPINGbutton.6. Select the ending time of the incident.7. Click END CLIPPINGbutton (same button as START CLIPPING). Clip will be marked.8. Repeat steps 1-6 as many times as required.9. Click FILE MANAGEMENTbutton to display a new window containing all marked clips.10. Select the desired clips.11. Click EXPORT to save files to the inserted USB device.
13BACK UP VIDEO RECORDINGS AND CLIPS (continued)qwr tyq CAMERA LISTSelect cameras to vieww CALENDARSelect dates to viewe PLAY/STOPToggles between Play and Stopr START/STOP CLIPPINGToggles between Start Clippingand Stop Clippingt LOCKLocks selected video clips toprevent them from being deletedy FILE MANAGEMENTDisplays list of saved clips, exportclips from this windowe Lock Video Clips1. Click on the images of the clips you want to lock. Back Up Video Clips3. Connect a USB flash drive, HDD, or DVD writer to an available USB port.2. Press the LOCKbutton to prevent the file from being erased.4. Click on the File Management button to display the File Management window.5. In the File Management window, choose video clip(s) to back up and click Export button.6. Choose backup device (USB flash drive, USB HDD, or DVD writer).7. Click Export (to check backup, choose recorded file in Export interface and clickbutton).q VIDEO CLIPS LISTSelect desired clips to exportw EXPORT BUTTONSave clips to USB deviceqw
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