Surveillance

This guide will go over the layout for the settings pages of the DX and DL range of DVRs

Accessing the Menu - Using a remote

  -  Press the SETUP button on the remote and enter the password (default is eagle)

Accessing the Menu - Using Touchscreen monitor

  -  Tap the screen to bring up the options along the bottom of the screen, then tap the Login icon in the bottom right corner (see image below)



Setup
SURVEILLANCE


LIVE VIEW
Live view ---->Preview
Real time Setting Interface:


Preview audio: Enable the audio when live view the video.
Image setup: Set the live view parameters, including brightness, contrast, etc.
Startup Screen: Set the live view screen, it can be single screen or quad screen or nine screen
Channel: Set the channel when live view

➢ Live view Auto Loop


Screen: Total of 32 screens can be added.
Mode: 1x1, 2x2, 3x3 optional.
Channel: Included channel number.
Duration: Duration for each screen.
Edit: Delete or Edit.
Add screen: Add polling screen
Auto polling: Enable the auto pulling

➢ Live view Live OSD :


It displays the information on screen, such as time, speed, license plate, GPS...
The default is only the time, and the position cannot be set.

RECORD

➢ Record ---->General


Video type: Default is PAL, NTSC optional
Overwrite: The earliest recording file will be deleted while the HDD or SD card is full to realize loop
recording.
Lock duration: Protect the record file to be deleted by fault, default is 7 days.
Pre-recording: Pre record before the alarm happens. Default is 15min, 0 60min optional.

➢ Record Main Stream:




Channel: The total channel numbers of the device, including analog and digital channels.
Channel name: Change the name manually.
Enable: Enable the main stream record function
Resolution: The analogue channel supports D1/HD1/CIF/WD1/WHD1/WCIF while the digital one supports 720P and 1080P.
Frame Rate: Frame Rate of the recording.
Quality: Picture Quality of the recording.
Record mode: Ignition, Time, Event optional. Each channel can be set separately. The sub stream and mirror record are the same
Audio: Enable the audio. Note: Audio cannot be record separately
I frame: Enable to let the frame rate invalid, record file that does not have alarm is I frame only.
Alarm quality: The alarm image is different from the normal recording image.
Encode mode: It supports VBR and CBR modes.

➢ Record Dual stream


Storage: The storage type for sub stream, internal SD and external SD optional.
Record mode: Mirror record, alarm back up record and sub stream.
  •  Mirror record: Channel is selectable. Video resolution and frame rate are the same with main
stream.
  • Alarm backup: Channel is selectable. The parameters are the same with main stream
  •  Sub stream: Channel is selectable. Recording parameters are configurable


Sub stream includes channel number, enable or not, audio, resolution, frame rate and image quality.
Sub stream channel: It is selectable according to recording mode.

➢ Record OSD



Embedded key information to video file for easily check when playback.


IPC SETUP
➢ IPC setup:


Channel: It includes the analog channels and IPC channels. Analog channel will not be shown if it
connects to network camera. IPC is set to Channel 5 when programmed.
Enable: Enable to operate IPC.
IP and port: Display channel details after searching.
Setup: Search and edit IP camera recording parameters
Fast setup: Search all the IP cameras in LAN network, and auto assign IP address to IP camera.
IPC local address: To search network camera of local area network at Intranet. The default one is
10.100.100.1.

PTZ


Channel: It includes analog channels and IPC channels.
Enable: Enable PTZ.
Operate: It includes serial, N9M and ONVIF. It supports Pelco D and Pelco P PTZ protocols with serial mode.
Address: It is valid with serial mode.
Test: It is to test PTZ is available or not. Click it to pop up PTZ control panel.

Creation date: 30/03/2022 09:38      Updated: 31/03/2022 11:15
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