2Operation

Administrator registration
The administrator registration screen is displayed when the camera is first accessed (or when the camera is initialized).
Enter an administrator's user name and password to ensure that there are no mistakes. Use the following login.
[User name (1 to 32 characters)]
Enter an administrator username.
Number of characters that can be entered:1 to 32 characters
Characters that cannot be entered:Double-byte and single-byte symbols&: ; ¥

[Password (8 to 32 characters)]/[Retype password]
Enter the administrator's password.
Number of characters that can be entered:8 to 32 characters
Characters that cannot be entered:Double-byte and single-byte symbols&
[Note:]

・Enter case-sensitive data.


・Use at least three of the following passwords: uppercase alphabetic characters, lowercase alphabetic characters, numbers, and symbols.


・Configure the password so that it does not contain the user name.


[Important]

・If the set user name or password is lost, the camera must be initialized. When the camera is formatted, all settings will be cleared. Keep the user name and password out of the eyes of third parties. Refer to the Web Guide for the formatting method.


・Do not use other cameras, devices, or other passwords.


After registering the user name and password of the administrator, the Language/Datetime setting screen is displayed.
Language/Datetime Settings
Language/Datetime Settings
[Menu language]
Select the first language that appears when you access the camera from the list below.
[Auto]/[English]/[Japanese]/[Italian]/[French]/[German]/[Spanish]/[Chinese]/[Russian]/[Portuguese]
[Auto] automatically selects the languages used by the browser. If your computer is not compatible with the language, the English language is selected.
[Time display format]
Select the time display method from 24h/12h.
[Date/time display format]
Select the date display format. If [Date/time] is set to [13:10:00 on April 1, 2021], the display formats are as follows.
・DD/MM/YYYY: 01/04/2021 13:10:00
・MM/DD/YYYY: 04/01/2021 13:10:00
・DD/Mmm/YYYY: 01/Apr/2021 13:10:00
・YYYY/MM/DD: 2021/04/01 13:10:00
・Mmm/DD/YYYY: Apr/01/2021 13:10:00
[Date]
Click the button to set the camera date.
Click to get the date of the PC and display it.
[Time]
Click the button to enter the camera time.
Click to acquire the time of the PC and display it.
[Important]

・If you need to set the time more accurately in system operation, use the NTP server.


14.2.3 Set up an NTP server
[Date/time position]
Select the position where the date and time are displayed on the image.
• [Upper left]: Displayed in the upper left corner of the window.
• [Lower left]: Displays in the lower left corner of the window.
• [Upper center]: Displayed in the center of the window.
• [Lower center]: Displays at the bottom center of the window.
• [Upper right]: Displayed in the upper right corner of the window.
• [Lower right]: Displays in the lower right corner of the window.
[Note:]

・If you want to set whether or not to display the date and time on the images, use the [Basic] pages in the Advanced menu.


8 [Basic] for basic setup of the machine
[Time zone]
Select the time zone for the camera area.
[Summer time(daylight saving)]
Use [In], [Out] and [Auto] to specify whether to use Daylight Saving Time. Set in the region where Daylight Saving Time is used.
• [In] sets the time to Daylight Saving Time. [*] is displayed in the time display.
• [Out] cancels Daylight Saving Time.
• [Auto] switches to Daylight Saving Time according to the start date and time and end date settings (month, week, day of the week, and time).
[Start time & date] [End time & date]
When [Auto] is selected in [Summer time(daylight saving)] Setting, the start date and time of Daylight Saving Time and the end date and time of Daylight Saving Time are set in Month, Week, Day of Week, and Time.
Screen settings
[Character color]
Select the background color of the operation panels and advanced menus from the [Light] [Dark].
[Operation panel layout]
Select the position of the control panel from [Right], [Left], and [Lower].
Administrator registration
The administrator registration screen is displayed when the camera is first accessed (or when the camera is initialized).
Enter an administrator's user name and password to ensure that there are no mistakes. Use the following login.
[Set to both cameras]
When the setting is performed with the checkbox checked, the [User name] and [Password] entered into the PTZ camera are also set for the Multi-directional camera.
If you want to set up different administrator information for the PTZ camera and the Multi-directional camera, uncheck the checkbox and enter [User name] and [Password].
[User name (1 to 32 characters)]
Enter an administrator username.
Number of characters that can be entered:1 to 32 characters
Characters that cannot be entered:Double-byte and single-byte symbols " & : ; ¥

[Password (8 to 32 characters)]/[Retype password]
Enter the administrator's password.
Number of characters that can be entered:8 to 32 characters
Characters that cannot be entered:Double-byte and single-byte symbols " &
[Note:]

・Enter case-sensitive data.


・Use at least three of the following passwords: uppercase alphabetic characters, lowercase alphabetic characters, numbers, and symbols.


・Configure the password so that it does not contain the user name.


・If you want the PTZ camera and the Multi-directional camera to work together by screen clicking or alarm notification, set the same user name and password for both cameras.


[Important]

・If the set user name or password is lost, the camera must be initialized. When the camera is formatted, all settings will be cleared. Keep the user name and password out of the eyes of third parties. Refer to the Operation Manual Web Guide for the formatting method.


・Do not use other cameras, devices, or other passwords.


After registering the user name and password of the administrator, the Language/Datetime setting screen is displayed.
Language/Datetime Settings
Language/Datetime Settings
[Menu language]
Select the first language that appears when you access the camera from the list below.
[Auto]/[English]/[Japanese]/[Italian]/[French]/[German]/[Spanish]/[Chinese]/[Russian]/[Portuguese]
[Auto] automatically selects the languages used by the browser. If your computer is not compatible with the language, the English language is selected.
[Time display format]
Select the time display method from 24h/12h.
[Date/time display format]
Select the date display format. If [Date/time] is set to [13:10:00 on April 1, 2021], the display formats are as follows.
・DD/MM/YYYY: 01/04/2021 13:10:00
・MM/DD/YYYY: 04/01/2021 13:10:00
・DD/Mmm/YYYY: 01/Apr/2021 13:10:00
・YYYY/MM/DD: 2021/04/01 13:10:00
・Mmm/DD/YYYY: Apr/01/2021 13:10:00
[Date]
Click the button to set the camera date.
Click to get the date of the PC and display it.
[Time]
Click the button to enter the camera time.
Click to acquire the time of the PC and display it.
[Important]

・If you need to set the time more accurately in system operation, use the NTP server.


14.2.3 Set up an NTP server
[Date/time position]
Select the position where the date and time are displayed on the image.
• [Upper left]: Displayed in the upper left corner of the window.
• [Lower left]: Displays in the lower left corner of the window.
• [Upper center]: Displayed in the center of the window.
• [Lower center]: Displays at the bottom center of the window.
• [Upper right]: Displayed in the upper right corner of the window.
• [Lower right]: Displays in the lower right corner of the window.
[Note:]

・If you want to set whether or not to display the date and time on the images, use the [Basic] pages in the Advanced menu.


8 [Basic] for basic setup of the machine
[Time zone]
Select the time zone for the camera area.
[Summer time(daylight saving)]
Use [In], [Out] and [Auto] to specify whether to use Daylight Saving Time. Set in the region where Daylight Saving Time is used.
• [In] sets the time to Daylight Saving Time. [*] is displayed in the time display.
• [Out] cancels Daylight Saving Time.
• [Auto] switches to Daylight Saving Time according to the start date and time and end date settings (month, week, day of the week, and time).
[Start time & date] [End time & date]
When [Auto] is selected in [Summer time(daylight saving)] Setting, the start date and time of Daylight Saving Time and the end date and time of Daylight Saving Time are set in Month, Week, Day of Week, and Time.
Screen settings
[Character color]
Select the background color of the operation panels and advanced menus from the [Light] [Dark].
[Operation panel layout]
Select the position of the control panel from [Right], [Left], and [Lower].
Set position
Select the [Tilt adjustment lever position] set when the cameras are installed.
[Note:]

・[Tilt adjustment lever position] can also be set from the [Basic] tabs of the Live Picture Settings pane. Please refer to the following for details.


3.2 [Basic] to perform basic settings
This section explains how to view camera images from a PC.
1
Start the PC web browser.
2
Enter the IP addresses set in the IP Easy Configuration software in the [Address] boxes of the web browser.
Example IPv4 address input:URL registered with the http://IPv4 address
http://192.168.0.10/
Example IPv6 address input:Http://[URL registered with IPv6 address]
Http://[2001:db8::10]/
<Example of IPv4 access>
[Important]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from [80], enter [http://Camera IP address:Port number] in the [Address] box.
e.g., if the port number is set to 8080: http://192.168.0.11:8080


・If your computer is in a local network, configure the proxy server ([Set]-[Network and Internet]-[Proxy]) to avoid using the proxy server for the local address.


・When IPv6 is accessed, the stream image cannot be displayed on the live screen. If you want to display the stream image on the live screen, please access it via IPv4.


[Note:]

・Due to browser limitations, there is an upper limit on the number of browsers that can display video simultaneously. If you try to display images in multiple browsers, the images may not be displayed.


・[HTTPS] on the [Advanced] tab of the network page-for the [HTTPS] configuration in [Connection], the animated support video pages of please refer to our technical information website<Control No. P0002><Control No. P0003>.


14 Networking configuration [Network]
3
Press the [Enter] key to display the user name and password entry screen.
[Note:]

・If [User auth.] is set to [Off], the Username and Password entry window will not be displayed prior to the live page.


4
Enter the username and password and click [OK] to display the Live image pages. For more information on Live image pages, please see the following.
2.3.2 About live image pages
[Important]

・If you try to display multiple H.265 (or H.264) images on a single PC, depending on the performance of the PC, the image may not be displayed.


[Note:]

・Users with simultaneous access to this product are up to the sum of users receiving H.265 (or H.264) images and users receiving JPEG images. However, depending on the [Bandwidth control(bit rate)] [Bit Rate* per Client] setting, the number of users that can be accessed may be limited to [Maximum number of users] or less. If the number of accessible users exceeds [Maximum number of users], an access excess message is displayed. When [Stream] [Transmission type] is set to [Multicast], the second and subsequent users receiving H.265 (or H.264) images are not counted as accesses.


・[Maximum number of users] depends on the model.
Up to 14 persons: PTZ camera, Multi-directional camera (2-eye U-series), Compact Dome camera, New X fixed camera
Up to 24 persons: Multi-directional camera (4 eyes), Multi-directional camera (3 eyes), Multi-directional camera (2 eyes/S-series)


・When [Stream transmission] is set to [On], the H.265 (or H.264) images are displayed according to the [Stream encoding format] settings. When set to [Off], JPEG images are displayed. JPEG images can be displayed even if [Stream transmission] is set to [On]. However, in this case, the image update rate of the JPEG image is limited as shown in the table below.
9.3 [Image] for setting up streams


・Image updating speed of JPEG images may be slow depending on network environments, PC performance, object, and number of accesses.


PTZ camera
Please refer to the following for the relationship between your model and symbols and terminology.
1.2 Compatible models and symbols in this manual
Rapid PTZ cameras (X/S series, Image capture size: 8M (4K))
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
30 fps mode
3840x2160
Up to 1 fps
Up to 15 fps
Up to 30 fps (*)



(*) Up to 15 fps if Image capture mode is 15 fps
Up to 30 fps (*)



(*) Up to 15 fps if Image capture mode is 15 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps
1280x720
Up to 5 fps
640x360
Up to 5 fps
320x180
Up to 5 fps
25 fps mode
3840x2160
Up to 1 fps
Up to 12.5 fps
Up to 25 fps(*)



(*) Up to 12.5 fps when Image capture mode is 12.5 fps
Up to 25 fps(*)



(*) Up to 12.5 fps when Image capture mode is 12.5 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2.1 fps
1920x1080
Up to 4.2 fps
1280x720
Up to 4.2 fps
640x360
Up to 4.2 fps
320x180
Up to 4.2 fps
Rapid PTZ cameras (X/S series, Image capture size: 6MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
30 fps mode
3328x1872
Up to 1 fps
Up to 15 fps
Up to 30 fps (*)



(*) Up to 15 fps if Image capture mode is 15 fps
Up to 30 fps (*)



(*) Up to 15 fps if Image capture mode is 15 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps
1280x720
Up to 5 fps
640x360
Up to 5 fps
320x180
Up to 5 fps
25 fps mode
3328x1872
Up to 1 fps
Up to 12.5 fps
Up to 25 fps(*)



(*) Up to 12.5 fps when Image capture mode is 12.5 fps
Up to 25 fps(*)



(*) Up to 12.5 fps when Image capture mode is 12.5 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2.1 fps
1920x1080
Up to 4.2 fps
1280x720
Up to 4.2 fps
640x360
Up to 4.2 fps
320x180
Up to 4.2 fps
PTZ camera (X series, Image capture size: 2MP), Rapid PTZ camera (X/S series, Image capture size: 2MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
60 fps mode/
30 fps mode/
15 fps mode
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps
Up to 15 fps
Up to 30 fps (*)



(*) Up to 15 fps if Image capture mode is 15 fps
Up to 30 fps (*)



(*) Up to 15 fps if Image capture mode is 15 fps
1280x720
640x360
320x180
2048x1536
1280x960
VGA
QVGA
50 fps mode/
25 fps mode/
12.5 fps mode
1920x1080
Up to 4.2 fps
Up to 12.5 fps
Up to 25 fps(*)



(*) Up to 12.5 fps when Image capture mode is 12.5 fps
Up to 25 fps(*)



(*) Up to 12.5 fps when Image capture mode is 12.5 fps
1280x720
640x360
320x180
2048x1536
1280x960
VGA
QVGA
Multi-directional camera
Please refer to the following for the relationship between your model and symbols and terminology.
1.2 Compatible models and symbols in this manual
Imaging mode
Resolution
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
30 fps mode/
15 fps mode
3840x2160
Up to 1 fps
-(no function)
Up to 15 fps
-(no function)
3072x1728
2688x1520
Up to 30 fps (*)



Up to 15 fps if (*) imaging mode is 15 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps
1280x720
640x360
320x180
25 fps mode/
12.5 fps mode
3840x2160
Up to 1 fps
-(no function)
Up to 12.5 fps
-(no function)
3072x1728
2688x1520
Up to 25 fps(*)



Up to 12.5 fps for the (*) imaging mode of 12.5 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2.1 fps
1920x1080
Up to 4.2 fps
1280x720
640x360
320x180
Compact camera
Please refer to the following for the relationship between your model and symbols and terminology.
1.2 Compatible models and symbols in this manual
Compact Dome cameras (X/S series, Image capture size: 4MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30 fps/25 fps)
2688 x 1520 mode
2688x1520
Up to 2 fps/2.1 fps*1
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
1280x720
640x360
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x180
-
16:9(30fps/25fps)
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps/2.1 fps*1
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
1280x720
640x360
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x180
-
4:3 (30 fps/25 fps) mode
1280x960
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
640x480
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x240
-
4:3 (15 fps/12.5 fps) mode
2048x1536
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
1280x960
640x480
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x240
-
 

*1 Only the same Image capture size as that set in streams (1), streams (2), streams (3), and JPEG (2) can be selected.


Compact Dome cameras (X/S series, Image capture size: 2MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(60fps/50fps)
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1280x720
640x360
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x180
-
16:9(30fps/25fps)
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1280x720
640x360
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x180
-
4:3 (30 fps/25 fps) mode
1280x960
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
640x480
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x240
-
4:3 (15 fps/12.5 fps) mode
2048x1536
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
1280x960
640x480
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x240
-
Compact Dome cameras (U series, Image capture size: 4MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30 fps/25 fps)
2688 x 1520 mode
2688x1520
Up to 3 fps/3.1 fps
-
Up to 10 fps/8.3 fps
-
1920x1080
1280x720
640x360
16:9(30fps/25fps)
2560x1440
Up to 3 fps/3.1 fps*1
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
Up to 10 fps/8.3 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1920x1080
1280x720
640x360
320x180
4:3 (30 fps/25 fps) mode
1280x960
Up to 3 fps/3.1 fps
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
Up to 10 fps/8.3 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
640x480
320x240
4:3 (15 fps/12.5 fps) mode
2048x1536
Up to 3 fps/3.1 fps
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
Up to 10 fps/8.3 fps
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
1280x960
640x480
320x240
 

*1 If the frame rate of stream (1) and stream (2) is set to 30fps, it will be limited to a maximum of 1fps.


Compact Dome cameras (U series, Image capture size: 2MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30fps/25fps)
1920x1080
Up to 3 fps/3.1 fps
-
Up to 10 fps/8.3 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1280x720
640x360
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
320x180
-
4:3 (30 fps/25 fps) mode
1280x960
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 10 fps/8.3 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
640x480
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
320x240
-
New X fixed camera
Please refer to the following for the relationship between your model and symbols and terminology.
1.2 Compatible models and symbols in this manual
New X fixed camera (Image capture size: 2MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30fps/25fps) mode
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1280x720
640x360
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x180
-
16:9(30fps/25fps) mode
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1280x720
640x360
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x180
-
4:3 (30 fps/25 fps) mode
2048x1536
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
1280x960
640x480
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x240
-
4:3 (15 fps/12.5 fps) mode
2048x1536
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps
-
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
1280x960
640x480
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
320x240
-
New X fixed camera (Image capture size: 5MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30fps/25fps) mode
3072x1728
Up to 1 fps*1
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps*1
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
1280x720
Up to 15 fps/

12.5 fps*2


640x360
320x180
-
16:9(60fps/50fps) mode
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
4:3(30fps/25fps) mode
3072x2304
Up to 1 fps*1
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
2560x1920
Up to 2 fps*1
1280x960
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
800x600
VGA
Up to 15 fps/12.5 fps
400x300
-
QVGA
4:3(60fps/50fps) mode
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
 

*1 Only the same Image capture size as configured in stream (1), stream (2), stream (3), stream (4), and JPEG (2) can be selected.


*2 JPEG (2) is set to [1280x720] if [640x360] is not selected for the resolution set in Streams (1), Streams (2), Streams (3), Streams (4), and JPEG (2) and four resolutions are set.


New X fixed camera (Image capture size: 6MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30fps/25fps) mode
3328x1872
Up to 1 fps*1
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps*1
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
1280x720
Up to 15 fps/

12.5 fps*2


640x360
320x180
-
16:9(60fps/50fps) mode
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
(1)

*1 Only the same Image capture size as configured in stream (1), stream (2), stream (3), stream (4), and JPEG (2) can be selected.


*2 JPEG (2) is set to [1280x720] if [640x360] is not selected for the resolution set in Streams (1), Streams (2), Streams (3), Streams (4), and JPEG (2) and four resolutions are set.



New X fixed camera (Image capture size: 8MP)
Image capture mode
Image capture size
Stream delivery
On
Off
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
JPEG(1)
JPEG(2)
16:9(30fps/25fps) mode
3840x2160
Up to 1 fps*1
-
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
Up to 30 fps/25 fps
2560x1440
Up to 2 fps*1
1920x1080
Up to 5 fps/4.2 fps*1
1280x720
Up to 15 fps/

12.5 fps*2


640x360
320x180
-
16:9(60fps/50fps) mode
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
-(no function)
(2)

*1 Only the same Image capture size as configured in stream (1), stream (2), stream (3), stream (4), and JPEG (2) can be selected.


*2 JPEG (2) is set to [1280x720] if [640x360] is not selected for the resolution set in Streams (1), Streams (2), Streams (3), Streams (4), and JPEG (2) and four resolutions are set.



[Note:]

・Buttons and settings displayed on the live image page can be changed depending on the user's privileges. The user privileges are set in the [User mng.] [User auth.].


13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication
[Camera title]
The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
If you click the icon, the camera title becomes a text box and you can edit the string.
[Note:]

・The icon is not displayed on the following models.
Compact Dome cameras (U-series)


[SD save status display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card.
When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual save] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards
[View Stream Information
Displays the compression method, Image capture size, and frame rates of live video.
[Snap shot] BottaNs
A snapshot (one still image) is acquired and the image is displayed in a separate window. Right-click on the image to save the image using the web browser function.
[Note:]

・If it takes more than a certain period of time to acquire a snapshot depending on the network environment, the image may not be displayed.


・If the specified Image capture size JPEG cannot be acquired, the Image capture size JPEG images that can be acquired are displayed.
Therefore, if you snapshot a JPEG image and refer to it on a PC, the image size may differ from the displayed image size.


[Stream selection display]Button
You can toggle between displaying and hiding popup displays on the stream selection screen. In the streaming selection window, you can set the [Live only] etc.
[Before/after image comparison switching]Button
Click the icon to acquire and display the still image. You can compare the acquired still images as images before changing the image quality setting.
1:1:Displays the acquired still image and the latest image in the same size.
1:2:Displays the acquired still image and the latest image side by side so that the latest image is twice the size.
Off:Only the latest image is displayed.

[Note:]

・It cannot be displayed on the multi-screen display.


[Support]Button
Click the Support button to display our Technical Information website in a separate window. Our technical information website includes technical information, FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), etc.
Full Screen button
A new window opens displaying the full screen image.
[Grid display] buttons
You can switch the grid view on/off that can be used to align the this product when using Extension software.
Our Technical Information Website for adjusted sizes for each Extension software we sell and provide<Control No.: C0320>It is listed.
[Camera Control Panel Display]Button()
The camera control panel can be displayed or hidden. The camera control panel can be set to [Brightness], etc.
[Set] buttons()
You can view or hide the setting panel.
3 Setting
[Stream]-[Live only] pull-down menu--
The image to be displayed in the main area can be selected from the following.
• [Stream(1)]/[Stream(2)]/[Stream(3)]/[Stream(4)]/[JPEG(1)]/[JPEG(2)]
The main area images are displayed according to the settings in [Stream] and [JPEG].
You can also configure the [Initial display stream] of the [Image] tabs to show the first streams that appear when you are accessing the cameras.
9 [Image/Audio] for setting images and sound files
[Note:]

・When the Image capture size is [1280x720] or larger, the size of the browser screen may be smaller than the actual size.


[Select Streams-[Refresh Rate] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed only when the JPEG image is displayed. Select how the JPEG image is displayed.
• [MJPEG] Displays JPEG images consecutively (MJPEG: Motion JPEG).
Updates images in • [Refresh interval : 1s]/[Refresh interval : 3s]/[Refresh interval : 5s]/[Refresh interval : 10s]/[Refresh interval : 30s]/[Refresh interval : 60s]: JPEG format (still image) at specified intervals.
[Note:]

・The JPEG format (still image) update interval may not be updated at the specified interval, depending on your network environment or PC.


[Stream]-[View Stream Info]
Displays the settings of the compression method, Image capture size, bit rate, frame rate, etc. of the live image.
[Note:]

・Displays the value set in the stream. The actual bit rate and frame rate vary depending on your network environment and PC.


[Main area]
Displays the camera image.
The current date and time are displayed according to the set [Time display format] and [Date/time display format].
8.1 [Basic] to perform basic settings
The set text is displayed on the screen. The number of lines is two.
When H.265 is displayed, when the bit rate is high, it may be displayed at the refresh interval.
[Note:]

・Users with low access levels may temporarily change the display but do not affect the operation of the camera.


・When the shooting scene changes significantly depending on the PC, tiring (a phenomenon in which a part of the screen is misaligned) may occur due to constraints in the OS drawing process.


・When the data encryption function is enabled, the image cannot be viewed on the live screen. Use the corresponding equipment.


・When a high zoom factor image is displayed, the clicked position may not be the center of the image.


・As the tilt angle approaches 90 degrees, the difference between the specified position and the actual direction of movement will become larger, and the specified image angle may not be achieved.


・If the mouse is dragged to move to an angle that exceeds the rotational range of the camera, the camera moves to the position where it can be operated, and then the zoom factor is automatically adjusted.


[Camera control panel][SD memory card]-[b]Display/play
Clicking [Start] displays the log list and plays back the images stored on the SD Memory Card. Please refer to the following for details of the log list and how to play back the image.
2.7 Display the log list
[Alarm notification]
When an alarm is generated, it is displayed as a popup. Clicking the [X] button resets the output terminal and the display disappears.
2.6 Operation when alarm is generated
[Note:]

・The alarm notification is not linked to the alarm notification operation such as recording to the SD Memory Card or mail transfer. Check the respective operation settings.


[Camera control panel][SD memory card] −[Rec. on SD]
This can only be set when [Save trigger] is set to [Manual save] on the [SD memory card] tabs.
You can manually save images to SD Memory Cards by clicking [Start]. To manually save images on the SD Memory Card, refer to the following.
2.5 Manually save images on the SD memory card
[Camera control panel]-[Voice (on PC)]
This item can be set in the following settings.
• If [Audio input encoding format] is set to [AAC-LC]
Buttons,You can adjust the earpiece volume in four steps: [Off], [Low], [Middle], and [High] by clicking on buttons or by moving the volume cursor.
Click the Listen button to turn on/off the earpiece voice (heard on PC).
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound
[Note:]

・When [Audio volume control mode] is set to [Adjust Mic input] in the Setup menu, the volume cursor is not displayed when using [Audio recording] or [Audio detection].


・When this product is restarted, the earpiece volume changed by the volume cursor returns to the earpiece volume set in the [Audio] tabs of the setting menus.


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.


・If you open multiple camera browsers simultaneously on the same PC, you cannot hear the sound of the camera browser opened later. Access and check one by one.


・If network communication is unstable, voice reception may be stopped. In this case, restart voice reception by turning on and off the earpiece button.


3.7 [Audio] for setting sound
[Camera control panel]− [Brightness]
It can be adjusted from 0 to 255.Clicking the button brightens the image.Click the button to darken the image.Click the button to return to the default settings.

[Camera control panel]-[Transmission voice (from PC)]
This can only be set if [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Audio output] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)] in the configuration menus.
Buttons,Click the button or move the volume cursor to adjust the voice volume in four steps: Off/weak/medium/strong.
Click the talk button to turn on/off the talking voice (from PC).
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound



[Note:]

・Transmission voice can only be used when connected with HTTPS.


・If [Interactive(Half-duplex)] is set while one user is talking, the other user's listening will be stopped and the earpiece button and the talk button will not be operable. If set to [Interactive(Full-duplex)], other users will not be able to use the call key.


・The maximum call duration per call is set on the [Audio] tabs of the video and audio pages. The call stops after the set continuous call time. If you want to make another call, click the call button.


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume/voice volume changed by the volume cursor will return to the earpiece volume/voice volume set in the [Audio] tab of the image/voice page.


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


Frame rate / bit rate display button
Displays the frame rate and bit rate of the stream currently displayed in the live display.
[Note:]
This button is not displayed if the live image meets any of the following conditions.

・JPEG stream display


・JPEG refresh interval


・Multi-screen


[Camera title]


The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
If you click the icon, the camera title becomes a text box and you can edit the string.

[SD save status display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card.
When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards


[Stream selection display]Button
You can toggle between displaying and hiding popup displays on the stream selection screen. In the streaming selection window, you can set the [Live view] etc.


[Stream]-[Live view] pull-down menu
The image to be displayed in the main area can be selected from the following.
• [Stream(1)]/[Stream(2)]/[Stream(3)]/[Stream(4)]/[JPEG(1)]/[JPEG(2)]
The main area images are displayed according to the settings in [Stream] and [JPEG].
You can also configure the [Initial display stream] of the [Image] tabs to show the first streams that appear when you are accessing the cameras.
9 [Image/Audio] for setting images and sound files


[Note:]

・When the resolution is [1280x720] or higher, the size of the browser screen may be smaller than the actual size.


[Select Streams-[Refresh Rate] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed only when the JPEG image is displayed. Select how the JPEG image is displayed.
• [MJPEG] Displays JPEG images consecutively (MJPEG: Motion JPEG).
Updates images in • [Refresh interval : 1s]/[Refresh interval : 3s]/[Refresh interval : 5s]/[Refresh interval : 10s]/[Refresh interval : 30s]/[Refresh interval : 60s]: JPEG format (still image) at specified intervals.


[Note:]

・The JPEG format (still image) update interval may not be updated at the specified interval, depending on your network environment or PC.


[Stream]-[View Stream Info]
Displays the settings of the compression method, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, etc. of the live image being displayed.


[Note:]

・Displays the value set in the stream. The actual bit rate and frame rate vary depending on your network environment and PC.


[Support]Button
Click the Support button to display our Technical Information website in a separate window. Our technical information website includes technical information, FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), etc.


Full Screen button
A new window opens displaying the full screen image.


[Grid display] buttons
You can switch the grid display ON/OFF that can be used to adjust the machine's position when using the function extension software.
For the size of adjustments for each of the functional extensions we sell and provide, our technical information website<Control No.: C0320>It is listed.


[Snap shot] BottaNs
A snapshot (one still image) is acquired and the image is displayed in a separate window. Right-click on the image to save the image using the web browser function.


[Note:]

・If it takes more than a certain period of time to acquire a snapshot depending on the network environment, the image may not be displayed.


・If the specified resolution of JPEG cannot be acquired, the JPEG image with the available resolution is displayed.
Therefore, if you snapshot a JPEG image and refer to it on a PC, the image size may differ from the displayed image size.


・[New X Fixed-8MP][New X Fixed-6MP][New X Fixed-5MP]This function is not available when [Image capture mode] is set to [60fps Mode] or [50fps Mode].


[Camera Control Panel Display]Button()


The camera control panel can be displayed or hidden. The camera control panel can be set to [Brightness], etc.

[PTZ panel]-[Zoom] buttons
Adjust the zoom manually.
:Adjust the zoom factor in the [Wide angle] direction.
:Zoom (magnification) 1.0 times.
:Adjust the zoom factor in the [Telescope] direction.


[PTZ panel]-[Focus]
Adjust the focus manually with the buttons.
• [Auto]: Automatically adjusts focus.
• [Near]: Adjust the focus to the [Near].
• [Far]: Adjust the focus to the [Far].
• [Displays the auto focus frame]: [On] and draw a frame on the image to adjust the focus (focus) to the frame.


[Note:]

・The following subjects cannot be focused with auto focus. Focus manually.
-A subject that is bright or reflects strong light
-Subject over water droplets or dirty glass
-Remote and nearby subjects mixed together
-Subjects (white walls, etc.) without contrast
-A horizontal subject, such as a blind-an oblique subject-a dark subject


[PTZ Panel]-Control pad
Left-click the pads and buttons to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the image (pan tilt).
The faster the camera operates, the faster the outside of the pad is clicked.
You can also drag and adjust the mouse. Zoom and focus by right-clicking.
Clicking on the upper half of the pad in the upper and lower directions will zoom in the telephoto, and clicking on the lower half will zoom in the wide angle. Clicking on the left half in the left and right directions will bring the focus (focus) close to you, and clicking on the right half will bring it far away. You can also adjust the zoom by using the mouse wheel.


[PTZ panel]--[Auto mode]
Selecting Operation from the pull-down menu starts the selected operation.
When panning, tilting, zooming, or focusing is performed, or when the operation set in [Self return] or [Camera action on alarm] starts, it is also terminated.
10.1 [Cam. Function] for setting the operation of cameras
12.1 [Alarm] to set alarm operation
• [Auto track]: Automatically tracks objects when they are detected.
10.3 Set auto-tracking (Auto-tracking screen)
• [Auto pan]: Automatically rotates the pre-set range between the start and end positions of the pan. The pivot operation continues even after the zoom and focus operations (when the [x1] button of the [Zoom] button is clicked, the pivot operation stops).
10.2.3 Set auto pan (Auto pan setting screen)
• [Preset sequence 1]/[Preset sequence 2]/[Preset sequence 3] moves the pre-registered preset positions from the lowest to the lowest.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)


[Note:]

・If the content of [Self return] operates at the time set by [Self return time] during the auto mode operation, the auto mode operation stops.
10.1 [Cam. Function] for setting the operation of cameras


⑯[PTZ-panel]-[Preset]
Select the preset position from the pull-down menu and click the [Move] button to move the camera's orientation to the preset position registered beforehand.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)
[H] next to the number indicates [HomePosition]. Select [HomePosition] to move the orientation of the camera to the home position.
10.1 [Cam. Function] for setting the operation of cameras
If [Preset ID (0 – 9,A – Z)] is registered, the position name is displayed next to the number.


PTZ-Panel-[Cam. Function]


[Home position]
The preset [Preset position] can be set as a [HomePosition]. When set to [HomePosition], [H] is displayed next to the preset position number.
10.2.1 Set the preset position (preset position setting screen)
[Note:]

・If you want to move to the home position when the power is turned on, set [HomePosition] to [Self return].


[Self return]
When the time set by [Self return time] has elapsed after the manual operation is completed, the camera can automatically return to the operation mode set by the camera.
[Note:]

・If you want to perform the above operations when turning on the power, it is convenient to use the self-return function.


・The self-return function works even when the setting menu is displayed.


・[Patrol] can be set only when patrols are set.
10.2.4 Set patrol (Patrol function setting screen)


・[Preset sequence] can be set only when preset sequence is set.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)


[Self return time]
After the manual operation is completed, select the time before returning to the operation set by [Self return].

[Camera control panel]− [Brightness]
It can be adjusted from 0 to 255.Clicking the button brightens the image.Click the button to darken the image.Click the button to return to the default settings.


[Camera control panel]-[Transmission voice (from PC)]
This can only be set if [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Audio output] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)] in the configuration menus.
Buttons,Click the button or move the volume cursor to adjust the voice volume in four steps: Off/weak/medium/strong.
Click the talk button to turn on/off the talking voice (from PC).
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


[Note:]

・Transmission voice can only be used when connected with HTTPS.


・If [Interactive(Half-duplex)] is set while one user is talking, the other user's listening will be stopped and the earpiece button and the talk button will not be operable. If set to [Interactive(Full-duplex)], other users will not be able to use the call key.


・The maximum call duration per call is set on the [Audio] tabs of the video and audio pages. The call stops after the set continuous call time. If you want to make another call, click the call button.


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume/voice volume changed by the volume cursor will return to the earpiece volume/voice volume set in the [Audio] tab of the image/voice page.


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


[Camera control panel]-[Voice (on PC)]
This item can be set in the following settings.
• If [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Mic input] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)]
• If [Audio input encoding format] is set to [AAC-LC]
Buttons,You can adjust the earpiece volume in four steps: [Off], [Low], [Middle], and [High] by clicking on buttons or by moving the volume cursor.
Click the Listen button to turn on/off the earpiece voice (heard on PC).
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


[Note:]

・When [Audio volume control mode] is set to [Adjust Mic input] in the Setup menu, the volume cursor is not displayed when using [Audio recording] or [Audio detection].


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume changed by the volume cursor returns to the earpiece volume set in the [Audio] tabs of the setting menus.


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.


・If you open multiple camera browsers simultaneously on the same PC, you cannot hear the sound of the camera browser opened later. Access and check one by one.


・If network communication is unstable, voice reception may be stopped. In this case, restart voice reception by turning on and off the earpiece button.


3.7 [Audio] for setting sound

[Camera control panel]-[AUX] buttons
This setting is available only when [Terminal 3] of [Alarm] is set to [AUX output] in the Advanced menu.
• [Open]: The aux terminal is open.
• [Close]: The aux terminal closes.
7.3.2 Alarm: Sets terminal and operation detection (alarm setting screen)


[Note:]

・The names of [AUX], [Open], and [Close] can be changed.
12.3 [Alarm] to change the aux name


[SD memory card]-[b]Display/play
Clicking [Start] displays the log list and plays back the images stored on the SD Memory Card. Please refer to the following for details of the log list and how to play back the image.
2.7 Display the log list


[SD memory card] −[Rec. on SD]
This can only be set when [Save trigger] is set to [Manual save] on the [SD memory card] tabs.
You can manually save images to SD Memory Cards by clicking [Start]. To manually save images on the SD Memory Card, refer to the following.
2.5 Manually save images on the SD memory card


[Set] buttons()
You can view or hide the setting panel.
3 Setting


[Alarm notification]
When an alarm is generated, it is displayed as a popup. Clicking the [X] button resets the output terminal and the display disappears.
2.6 Operation when alarm is generated


[Note:]

・The alarm notification is not linked to the alarm notification operation such as recording to the SD Memory Card or mail transfer. Check the respective operation settings.


[View Stream Information]
Displays the compression method, resolution, and frame rate of live video.


[Main area]
Displays the camera image.
The current date and time are displayed according to the set [Time display format] and [Date/time display format].
8.1 [Basic] to perform basic settings
The set text is displayed on the screen. The number of lines is two.
When H.265 is displayed, when the bit rate is high, it may be displayed at the refresh interval.
In the main area, clicking the desired position for the center of the field angle moves the camera's direction to the center of the clicked position.
If you select the area you want to view by dragging the mouse, the camera will move to a position centered on the selected area and the zoom factor will be automatically adjusted.
You can also adjust the zoom in the mouse wheel operation.
Right-clicking in the main area starts automatic tracking of objects in the clicked position. Depending on the object to be tracked and the surrounding environment, the watch may not operate properly.


[Note:]

・Users with low access levels may temporarily change the display but do not affect the operation of the camera.


・When the shooting scene changes significantly depending on the PC, tiring (a phenomenon in which a part of the screen is misaligned) may occur due to constraints in the OS drawing process.


・When the data encryption function is enabled, the image cannot be viewed on the live screen. Use the corresponding equipment.


・When a high zoom factor image is displayed, the clicked position may not be the center of the image.


・As the tilt angle approaches 90 degrees, the difference between the specified position and the actual direction of movement will become larger, and the specified image angle may not be achieved.


・If the mouse is dragged to move to an angle that exceeds the rotational range of the camera, the camera moves to the position where it can be operated, and then the zoom factor is automatically adjusted.


㉘Frame rate / bit rate display button
Displays the frame rate and bit rate of the stream currently displayed in the live display.
[Note:]
This button is not displayed if the live image meets any of the following conditions.

・JPEG stream display


・JPEG refresh interval


・Multi-screen


[Camera title]


The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
If you click the icon, the camera title becomes a text box and you can edit the string.

[SD Storage Status Display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card.
When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards


[Camera to be displayed]
Select the camera to be displayed in the main area.
• [Dual]: Displays images of cameras 1 and 2 in two sections.
•1: Displays camera 1 images.
•2: Displays camera 2 images.


[Note:]

・This item is not displayed when [Image capture mode] is in Dual mode.


[Stream Selection Display] button
You can toggle between displaying and hiding popup displays on the stream selection screen. In the streaming selection window, you can set the [Live view] etc.


[Select Streams]-[Live view] pull-down menu
The image to be displayed in the main area can be selected from the following.
[Dual]When selected: [Streams(2)]/ [JPEG]
When 1 or 2 is selected: [Stream(1)]/ [Stream(2)]/[JPEG]
The main area image is displayed according to the settings in streams (1) to (2) and JPEG.
You can also configure the [Initial display stream] of the [Stream] tabs to show the first streams that appear when you are accessing the cameras.
3.3 [Stream] for setting images


[Note:]

・This item is not displayed when [Image capture mode] is in Dual mode.


・When 1 or 2 is selected, the size of the browser may be smaller than the actual size, depending on the size of the browser when the Image capture size is [1280x720] or larger, or when [Image capture mode] is Dual mode. When [Dual] is selected, the size of the browser may be smaller than the actual size of the browser in any Image capture size.


[Select Streams]-[Refresh Rate] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed only when the JPEG image is displayed. Select how the JPEG image is displayed.
[MJPEG]:Displays a JPEG image as a series (MJPEG: Motion JPEG).
[Refresh interval : 1s]/[Refresh interval : 3s]/[Refresh interval : 5s]/[Refresh interval : 10s]/[Refresh interval : 30s]/ [Refresh interval : 60s]:Updates JPEG images (still images) at specified intervals.


[Note:]

・The JPEG format (still image) update interval may not be updated at the specified interval, depending on your network environment or PC.


・If [Dual] is selected in the [Live only] pull-down menu, [Refresh interval : 1s] and [Refresh interval : 3s] cannot be selected.


[Select Streams]-[Layout] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed only when it is displayed in [Dual].
Select the display layout of the camera image to be displayed in the main area from the left/right/up/down view.


[Notice:]

When [Dual] is selected in [Layout], select [Camera 1-Camera 2] or [Camera 2-Camera 1] in the order in which the cameras are displayed in [Camera display order].


[Select stream]-[View Stream Information]
Displays the settings of the compression method, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, etc. of the live image being displayed.


[Note:]

・Displays the value set in the stream. The actual bit rate and frame rate vary depending on your network environment and PC.


[Support button]
Click the Support button to display our Technical Information website in a separate window. Our technical information website includes technical information, FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), etc.


[Full Screen Display Button]
A new window opens displaying the full screen image.



[Grid display] buttons
You can switch the grid display ON/OFF that can be used to adjust the machine's position when using the function extension software.
For the size of adjustments for each of the functional extensions we sell and provide, our technical information website<Control No.: C0320>It is listed.


[Snapshot button]
A snapshot (one still image) is acquired and the image is displayed in a separate window. Right-click on the image to save the image using the web browser function.


[Note:]

・If it takes more than a certain period of time to acquire a snapshot depending on the network environment, the image may not be displayed.


・If the specified resolution of JPEG cannot be acquired, the JPEG image with the available resolution is displayed. Therefore, if you snapshot a JPEG image and refer to it on a PC, the image size may differ from the displayed image size.


[Camera Control Panel View button]()
The camera control panel can be displayed or hidden. The camera control panel can be set to [Brightness], etc.


[Camera Control Panel]-[Brightness]
It can be adjusted from 0 to 255.Clicking the button brightens the image.Click the button to darken the image.Click the button to return to the default settings. This cannot be set when [Dual] is displayed.


[Note:]

・This item is not displayed when [Image capture mode] is in Dual mode.


[Camera Control Panel]-[Transmission voice (from PC)]
This can only be set if [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Audio output] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)] in the configuration menus.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound
Buttons,By clicking on the buttons or by moving the volume cursors, you can adjust the volume of the call by four levels: [Off], [Low], [Middle] and [High].
Click the talk button to turn on/off the talking voice (from PC).


[Note:]

・Transmission voice can only be used when connected with HTTPS.


・If [Interactive(Half-duplex)] is set while one user is talking, the other user's listening will be stopped and the earpiece button and the talk button will not be operable. If set to [Interactive(Full-duplex)], other users will not be able to use the call key.


・The maximum call duration per call is set on the [Audio] tabs of the video and audio pages. The call stops after the set continuous call time. If you want to make another call, click the call button.


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume/voice volume changed by the volume cursor will return to the earpiece volume/voice volume set in the [Audio] tab of the image/voice page.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.


[Camera Control Panel-[Voice (on PC)]
This item can be set in the following settings.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound
• If [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Mic input] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)]
• If [Audio input encoding format] is set to [AAC-LC]
Buttons,You can adjust the earpiece volume in four steps: [Off], [Low], [Middle], and [High] by clicking on buttons or by moving the volume cursor.
Click the Listen button to turn on/off the earpiece voice (heard on PC).


[Note:]

・When [Audio volume control mode] is set to [Adjust Mic input] in the Setup menu, the volume cursor is not displayed when using [Audio recording] or [Audio detection].
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume changed by the volume cursor returns to the earpiece volume set in the [Audio] tabs of the setting menus.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.


・If you open multiple camera browsers simultaneously on the same PC, you cannot hear the sound of the camera browser opened later. Access and check one by one.


・If network communication is unstable, voice reception may be stopped. In this case, restart voice reception by turning on and off the earpiece button.


[Camera Control Panel]-[AUX] Buttons
This setting is available only when [Terminal 3] of [Alarm] is set to [AUX output] in the Advanced menu.
7.3.2 Alarm: Sets terminal and operation detection (alarm setting screen)
[Open] buttons:The AUX terminal is open.
[Close] buttons:The AUX terminal will be closed.


[Note:]

・The names of [AUX], [Open], and [Close] can be changed.
12.3 [Alarm] to change the aux name


[Camera Control Panel]-[Playback of recording (Log disp.)]
Clicking [Start] displays the log list and plays back the images stored on the SD Memory Card. Please refer to the following for details of the log list and how to play back the image.
2.7 Display the log list


[Camera Control Panel]-[Record/Play (SD Memory Card)]
This can only be set when [Save trigger] is set to [Manual save] on the [SD memory card] tabs.
You can manually save images to SD Memory Cards by clicking [Start]. To manually save images on the SD Memory Card, refer to the following.
2.5 Manually save images on the SD memory card


[Set] buttons()
You can view or hide the setting panel.
3 Setting


[Alarm notification]
When an alarm is generated, it is displayed as a popup. Clicking the [X] button resets the output terminal and the display disappears.
2.6 Operation when alarm is generated


[Note:]

・The alarm notification is not linked to the alarm notification operation such as recording to the SD Memory Card or mail transfer. Check the respective operation settings.


[View Stream Information]
Displays the compression method, resolution, and frame rate of live video.


[Main area]
Displays the camera image.
The current date and time are displayed according to the set [Time display format] and [Date/time display format].
8.1 [Basic] to perform basic settings
The set text is displayed on the screen. The number of lines is two.
When H.265 is displayed, when the bit rate is high, it may be displayed at the refresh interval.


[Note:]

・Users with low access levels may temporarily change the display but do not affect the operation of the camera.


・When the shooting scene changes significantly depending on the PC, tiring (a phenomenon in which a part of the screen is misaligned) may occur due to constraints in the OS drawing process.


・When the data encryption function is enabled, the image cannot be viewed on the live screen. Use the corresponding equipment.


Frame rate / bit rate display button
Displays the frame rate and bit rate of the stream currently displayed in the live display.
[Note:]
This button is not displayed if the live image meets any of the following conditions.

・JPEG stream display


・JPEG refresh interval


・[Dual] display


[Note:]

・[MULTI_PTZ] The live image pages for each camera are displayed by accessing the IP addresses set for the PTZ camera and the Multi-directional camera.


PTZ camera
Multi-directional camera

[Camera title]


The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
If you click the icon, the camera title becomes a text box and you can edit the string.

[SD Storage Status Display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card.
When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards


[View Stream Information]
Displays the compression method, resolution, and frame rate of live video.


[Snapshot button]
A snapshot (one still image) is acquired and the image is displayed in a separate window. Right-click on the image to save the image using the web browser function.


[Note:]

・If it takes more than a certain period of time to acquire a snapshot depending on the network environment, the image may not be displayed.


・If the specified resolution of JPEG cannot be acquired, the JPEG image with the available resolution is displayed.
Therefore, if you snapshot a JPEG image and refer to it on a PC, the image size may differ from the displayed image size.


[Stream Selection Display button]
You can toggle between displaying and hiding popup displays on the stream selection screen. In the streaming selection window, you can set the [Live view] etc.


[Before/after image comparison toggle button]
Click the icon to acquire and display the still image. You can compare the acquired still images as images before changing the image quality setting.
[][1] Displays the downloaded still image and the latest image in the same size.
[][1]:The latest image is doubled in size between the downloaded still image and the latest image.
[][View]: Only the latest image is displayed.


[Support button]
Click the Support button to display our Technical Information website in a separate window. Our technical information website includes technical information, FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), etc.


[Full Screen Display Button]
A new window opens displaying the full screen image.


[Grid display] buttons
You can switch the grid display ON/OFF that can be used to adjust the machine's position when using the function extension software.
For the size of adjustments for each of the functional extensions we sell and provide, our technical information website<Control No.: C0320>It is listed.


⑩[Camera Control Panel View] button()


The camera control panel can be displayed or hidden. The camera control panel can be set to [Brightness], etc.

[Set] buttons()
You can view or hide the setting panel.
3 Setting


[Select Streams]-[Live view] pull-down menu
The image to be displayed in the main area can be selected from the following.
PTZ camera
[
Multi-directional + PTZ/[Stream(1)]/[Stream(2)]/[Stream(3)]/[Stream(4)]/JPEG(1)/JPEG(2)
Multi-directional camera
[Camera to be displayed]When [Quad] [Triple] is selected:[Multi-directional + PTZ]/[Stream(2)]/JPEG
[Camera to be displayed]When 1, 2, 3, or 4 are selected:[Multi-directional + PTZ]/[Stream(1)]/[Stream(2)]/JPEG



The main area image is displayed according to the settings in the stream and JPEG.
You can also configure the [Initial display stream] of the [Image] tabs to show the first streams that appear when you are accessing the cameras.
3.3 [Stream] for setting images
[Note:]

・When the resolution is [1280x720] or higher, the size of the browser screen may be smaller than the actual size.


・[MULTI] This item is not displayed when [Image capture mode] is in quad mode.


・[MULTI] When selecting 1, 2, 3, or 4, if the resolution is [1280x720] or higher or [Image capture mode] is Quad-mode, the size of the browser screen may be smaller than the actual size. When [Quad] [Triple] is selected, the size of the browser screen may be smaller than the actual size at any resolution.


[Select Streams]-[Refresh Rate] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed only when the JPEG image is displayed. Select how the JPEG image is displayed.
MJPEG:Displays a JPEG image as a series (MJPEG: Motion JPEG).
[Still image updates: 1 second]/[Refresh interval : 3s]/[Refresh interval : 5s]/[Refresh interval : 10s]/[Refresh interval : 30s]/ [Refresh interval : 60s]:Updates JPEG images (still images) at specified intervals.


[Note:]

・The JPEG format (still image) update interval may not be updated at the specified interval, depending on your network environment or PC.


・[MULTI] When [Quad] [Triple] is selected in the [Live view] pull-down menu, [Refresh interval : 1s] and [Refresh interval : 3s] cannot be selected.


[Select stream]-[View stream information]
Displays the settings of the compression method, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, etc. of the live image being displayed.


[Note:]

・Displays the value set in the stream. The actual bit rate and frame rate vary depending on your network environment and PC.


[Main area]
Displays the camera image.
The current date and time are displayed according to the set [Time display format] and [Date/time display format].
8.1 [Basic] to perform basic settings
The set text is displayed on the screen. The number of lines is two.
When H.265 is displayed, when the bit rate is high, it may be displayed at the refresh interval.


[Note:]

・Users with low access levels may temporarily change the display but do not affect the operation of the camera.


・When the shooting scene changes significantly depending on the PC, tiring (a phenomenon in which a part of the screen is misaligned) may occur due to constraints in the OS drawing process.


・When the data encryption function is enabled, the image cannot be viewed on the live screen. Use the corresponding equipment.


・When a high zoom factor image is displayed, the clicked position may not be the center of the image.


・As the tilt angle approaches 90 degrees, the difference between the specified position and the actual direction of movement will become larger, and the specified image angle may not be achieved.


・If the mouse is dragged to move to an angle that exceeds the rotational range of the camera, the camera moves to the position where it can be operated, and then the zoom factor is automatically adjusted.


[PTZ-Panel]-[Zoom] Buttons
Adjust the zoom manually.
:Adjust the zoom factor in the [Wide angle] direction.
:Zoom (magnification) 1.0 times.
:Adjust the zoom factor in the [Telescope] direction.


⑰[PTZ-panel]-[Focus]
Adjust the focus manually with the buttons.
[Auto]:Automatically adjust focus.
[Near]:Adjust the focus to the [Near].
[Far]:Adjust the focus to the [Far].
[Displays the auto focus frame]:When you draw a frame with the image [On], adjust the focus (focus) to match the frame.


[Note:]

・The following subjects cannot be focused with auto focus. Focus manually.
A subject that is bright or reflects strong light
-Subject over water droplets or dirty glass
Remote and nearby subjects mixed together
-Subjects (white walls, etc.) without contrast
A horizontal subject, such as a blind-an oblique subject-a dark subject


[PTZ panel-[Control pad]
Left-click the pads and buttons to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the image (pan tilt).
The faster the camera operates, the faster the outside of the pad is clicked.
You can also drag and adjust the mouse. Zoom and focus by right-clicking.
Clicking on the upper half of the pad in the upper and lower directions will zoom in the telephoto, and clicking on the lower half will zoom in the wide angle. Clicking on the left half in the left and right directions will bring the focus (focus) close to you, and clicking on the right half will bring it far away. You can also adjust the zoom by using the mouse wheel.


[PTZ-panel]-[Auto mode]
Selecting Operation from the pull-down menu starts the selected operation.
When panning, tilting, zooming, or focusing is performed, or when the operation set in [Self return] or [Camera action on alarm] starts, it is also terminated.
10.1 [Cam. Function] for setting the operation of cameras
12.4 [Alarm] to set alarm linkage operation
[Automatic Tracking]:When a pre-set object to be detected is detected, the object is automatically tracked.
10.3 Set auto-tracking (Auto-tracking screen)
[Auto Pan]:The start and end positions of the predetermined pan are automatically rotated. The pivot operation continues even after the zoom and focus operations (when the [x1] button of the [Zoom] button is clicked, the pivot operation stops).
10.2.3 Set auto pan (Auto pan setting screen)
[Preset Sequence 1], [Preset sequence 2], [Preset sequence 3]:Move the pre-registered preset positions in order from the lowest preset number.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)


[Note:]

・If the content of [Self return] operates at the time set by [Self return time] during the auto mode operation, the auto mode operation stops.
10.1 [Cam. Function] for setting the operation of cameras


[PTZ-panel]-[Preset No.]
Select the preset position from the pull-down menu and click the [Move] button to move the camera's orientation to the preset position registered beforehand.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)
[H] next to the number indicates the home position. Select [HomePosition] to move the orientation of the camera to the home position.
10.1 [Cam. Function] for setting the operation of cameras
If [Preset ID (0 – 9,A – Z)] is registered, the position name is displayed next to the number.


[PTZ-panel]-[Cam. Function]


[Home position]
You can set the preset position as the home position. When the home position is set, [H] is displayed next to the preset position number.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)
[Note:]

・If you want to move to the home position when the power is turned on, set [HomePosition] to [Self return].


[Self return]
When the time set by [Self return time] has elapsed after the manual operation is completed, the camera can automatically return to the operation mode set by the camera.
[Note:]

・If you want to perform the above operations when turning on the power, it is convenient to use the self-return function.


・The self-return function works even when the setting menu is displayed.


・[Patrol] can be set only when patrols are set.
10.2.4 Set patrol (Patrol function setting screen)


・[Preset sequence] can be set only when preset sequence is set.
10.2.2 Set the preset sequence setting (preset sequence setting screen)


[Self return time]
After the manual operation is completed, select the time before returning to the operation set by [Self return].

[Alarm notification]
When an alarm is generated, it is displayed as a popup. Clicking the [X] button resets the output terminal and the display disappears.
2.6 Operation when alarm is generated


[Note:]

・The alarm notification is not linked to the alarm notification operation such as recording to the SD Memory Card or mail transfer. Check the respective operation settings.


[Camera Control Panel]-[Brightness]
It can be adjusted from 0 to 255.Clicking the button brightens the image.Click the button to darken the image.Click the button to return to the default settings.


[Camera Control Panel]-[Mic input volume (Camera to PC)]
This item can be set in the following settings.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound
• If [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Mic input] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)]
• If [Audio input encoding format] is set to [AAC-LC]
Buttons,Click the button or move the volume cursor to adjust the earpiece volume in four steps: Off/weak/medium/strong.
Click the Listen button to turn on/off the earpiece voice (heard on PC).


[Note:]

・When [Audio volume control mode] is set to [Adjust Mic input] in the Setup menu, the volume cursor is not displayed when using [Audio recording] or [Audio detection].
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume changed by the volume cursor returns to the earpiece volume set in the [Audio] tabs of the setting menus.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.


・If you open multiple camera browsers simultaneously on the same PC, you cannot hear the sound of the camera browser opened later. Access and check one by one.


・If network communication is unstable, voice reception may be stopped. In this case, restart voice reception by turning on and off the earpiece button.


[Camera Control Panel]-[Audio output volume (PC to Camera)]
This can only be set if [Audio transmission mode] is set to [Audio output] or [Interactive(Full-duplex)] [Interactive(Half-duplex)] in the configuration menus.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound
Buttons,By clicking on the buttons or by moving the volume cursors, you can adjust the volume of the call by four levels: [Off], [Low], [Middle] and [High].
Click the talk button to turn on/off the talking voice (from PC).


[Note:]

・Transmission voice can only be used when connected with HTTPS.


・If [Interactive(Half-duplex)] is set while one user is talking, the other user's listening will be stopped and the earpiece button and the talk button will not be operable. If set to [Interactive(Full-duplex)], other users will not be able to use the call key.


・The maximum call duration per call is set on the [Audio] tabs of the video and audio pages. The call stops after the set continuous call time. If you want to make another call, click the call button.


・When the computer is restarted, the earpiece volume/voice volume changed by the volume cursor will return to the earpiece volume/voice volume set in the [Audio] tab of the image/voice page.
3.7 [Audio] for setting sound


・On the screen, the volume cursor can be fine-tuned, but actually it is set to one of four levels of volume.


[Camera Control Panel]-[AUX] Buttons
This setting is available only when [Terminal 3] of [Alarm] is set to [AUX output] in the Advanced menu.
7.3.2 Alarm: Sets terminal and operation detection (alarm setting screen)
[Open] buttons:The AUX terminal is open.
[Close] buttons:The AUX terminal will be closed.


[Note:]

・The names of [AUX], [Open], and [Close] can be changed.
12.3 [Alarm] to change the aux name


[SD Memory Cards]-[Rec. on SD]
This can only be set when [Save trigger] is set to [Manual save] on the [SD memory card] tabs.
You can manually save images to SD Memory Cards by clicking [Start]. To manually save images on the SD Memory Card, refer to the following.
2.5 Manually save images on the SD memory card


[SD Memory Cards]-[Log/Play]
Clicking [Start] displays the log list and plays back the images stored on the SD Memory Card. Please refer to the following for details of the log list and how to play back the image.
2.7 Display the log list


[Camera to be displayed]
Select the camera to be displayed in the main area.
• [Quad]: Displays images of cameras 1, 2, 3, and 4 in quadrants.
• [Triple]: Displays images of cameras 1, 2, and 3 in triplicate.
•1: Displays camera 1 images.
•2: Displays camera 2 images.
•3: Displays images of camera 3.
•4: Displays camera 4 images.


[Note:]

・This item is not displayed when [Image capture mode] is in quad mode.


[Select Streams]-[Layout] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed when [Camera to be displayed] is displayed in [Quad] [Triple] or when [Multi-directional + PTZ] is selected in [Live view].
Select the display layout of the camera image to be displayed in the main area from the following.
When [Camera to be displayed] [Quad] [Triple] is selected: [Quadruple]/ [360 deg.]/ [270 deg.]
When [View live image][Multi-directional + PTZ] is selected: [Up/Down]/[Left/Right]


[Note:]

・[MULTI_PTZ] If [Left/Right] is selected in [Layout], the displayed Multi-directional camera window will be [4 split].


・[MULTI_PTZ] If [Up/Down] is selected in [Layout], the displayed Multi-directional camera will be [360 deg.] or [270 deg.].


・[MULTI_PTZ] If the Multi-directional camera [Image capture mode] is set to [Quad Mode], [Up/Down] cannot be selected in [Layout]. If the Multi-directional camera [Image capture mode] is changed to [Quad Mode] while [Layout] is selected as [Up/Down], [Layout] is changed to [Left/Right].


[Select Streams]-[Refresh Rate] pull-down menu
This pull-down menu is displayed when [Multi-directional + PTZ] is selected in [Live view]. Toggle the JPEG and stream display methods.
MJPEG:Displays a JPEG image as a series (MJPEG: Motion JPEG).
[Still image updates: 1 second]/[Refresh interval : 3s]/[Refresh interval : 5s]/[Refresh interval : 10s]/[Refresh interval : 30s]/ [Refresh interval : 60s]:Updates JPEG images (still images) at specified intervals.
[Stream]:Displays the image in stream format.


[Note:]

・[MULTI_PTZ] When selecting a stream, the image of the PTZ camera displays the stream (3) and the Multi-directional camera displays the stream (2).


[PTZ-panel]-[PTZ]
The link to the PTZ camera is displayed with the name of the PTZ camera. When this name is clicked, the live picture of the PTZ camera is displayed.


[Note:]

・[MULTI_PTZ] The PTZ operation is available from the PTZ panel [PTZ] on the PTZ camera.


㉝Frame rate / bit rate display button
Displays the frame rate and bit rate of the stream currently displayed in the live display.
[Note:]
This button is not displayed if the live image meets any of the following conditions.

・JPEG stream display


・JPEG refresh interval


・Multi-screen


・[Quad] display / [Triple] display


・Multi-sensor + PTZ


Images from multiple cameras can be displayed on a multi-screen. Images from 4, 9, and up to 16 camerascan be displayed simultaneously. To display images on a multi-screen, it is necessary to register cameras inadvance. 4 cameras can be registered as a group and up to 4 groups (16 cameras) can be registered.
11 Configure the multi-screen settings[Multi-screen]
[Important]

・When 16 screens are used for the display, only still images (JPEG) can be refreshed.


・[New X Fixed-8MP][New X Fixed-6MP][New X Fixed-5MP]This function is not available when [Image capture mode] is set to [60fps Mode] or [50fps Mode].


[Note:]

・When you have registered a camera with the authentication function enabled, it is necessary to access the camera and register the user name of “Administrator” and password in the web browser in advance.
Refer to our technical information website <Control No.: C0302> for information about the terms and conditions for use of multi-screen.


From the [Live view] pull-down menu in the [Live] page, select [Multi-screen]. Images from the registered cameras will be displayed on a selected multi-screen (screen can be splitup to 16 areas). The following are instructions when displaying on a 4-split screen.
[Live view] pull-down menu
Select the image displayed in the main area.
[Layout] pull-down menu
Select from the pull-down menu to display images from cameras in multi-screens of 4 to 9 or even 16screens.
[Refresh interval] pull-down menu
Select from the pull-down menu and switch between video (MJPEG) and still images (JPEG).For still images (JPEG), select the refresh interval (Refresh interval : 1s/Refresh interval : 3s/Refreshinterval : 5s/Refresh interval : 10s/Refresh interval : 30s/Refresh interval : 60s) for camera images.
When the 16 screen layout is used, Refresh interval : 1s cannot be selected.
[Image capture size] pull-down menu
Select the image capture size from the pull-down menu to change it.When you select [4 Screens] in the [Layout] pull-down menu, the image capture size of the camerachanges.
Full screen display
If you press the full screen button, the display of the camera image will be maximized. If you click the[x] button in the full screen display, the display size will be reset to original size.
Camera title
If you click the camera title, live images from the corresponding camera will be displayed on the“Live” page of the newly opened window.
Camera control bar
Can be used to get snap shot of JPEG images.
[Note:]

・The frame rate may drop depending on the network environment and number of accessing users.


・If the image capture size specified for JPEG cannot be obtained, a JPEG image with an image capture size that could be obtained is displayed. Therefore, when JPEG images obtained with snapshot are displayed on a PC, the displayed image size may differ from the captured sized.


Connect a portable terminal to your computer and display images (MJPEG and JPEG formats) of your computer. The latest image is automatically updated.
The following models are supported. As of April 2022
-iPad, iPhone (iOS 8 or later)
-Android™ terminal
[Important]

・If the Authentication dialog appears, enter your username and password.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


[Note:]

・In order to view images of your computer from a mobile terminal, it is necessary to set up a network to connect to the Internet in advance.
14 Networking configuration [Network]


・[New X Fixed-8MP][New X Fixed-6MP][New X Fixed-5MP]Images cannot be displayed when [Image capture mode] is set to [60fps Mode] or [50fps Mode].


1
[http://IP address/cam] by mobile phone*1Or [Host name/cam registered at http://DDNS server]*2Enter and press the Enter button to view the this product image.

[Live image]
Displays the area camera image.


[Operation button area]
When the function is selected in the function selection area, the button to operate the function is displayed.


[Note:]

・The operation buttons displayed on the screen of the mobile terminal may not be displayed depending on the user privileges and function permission settings of the user to access. If you want to view the operations buttons, you need to set the user privileges and function permissions ([User mng.] [User auth.]).
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


2
Click the button of the function you want to operate.

[Image capture size switchover]
When the button is pressed, the button for selecting Image capture size is displayed.
Select Image capture size from the displayed buttons to toggle Image capture size.
The Image capture size set in the [JPEG(1)] [JPEG(2)] of the [JPEG] in the [Image] tab is displayed.


[Note:]

・Images with a Image capture size of "3840x2160", "3328x1872", "3072x2304", "3072x1728", "2688x1520", "2560x1920", or "2560x1440" cannot be displayed.


[Note:]

・The screen size displayed on the mobile phone can be changed by accessing the following.
-Large screen size: http://IP address/cam/dl
-Display medium: http://IP address/cam/dm
-display small: http://IP address/cam/ds


・The Image capture size displayed by performing [Resolution] changes, but the size of the images does not change.


・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/cam]*1Enter the port number of the this product. If you are using the DDNS function, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/cam]*2Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
Https://IP address: port number/cam or the host name registered with the https://DDNS server: port number/cam


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Audio cannot be received or sent from a mobile terminal.


・Some mobile terminals may not be able to display images when the image size is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.
9.2 [Image] for setting JPEG images


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
However, it is the local IP address when accessing the this product in the same LAN with a wireless connected mobile terminal.


*2 Only accesses this product via the Internet.


3
[http://IP address/cam] by mobile phone*1Or [Host name/cam registered at http://DDNS server]*2Enter the data and press the Enter button to display the image of the computer.

[Live image]
Displays the area camera image.


[Operation button area]
When the function is selected in the function selection area, the button to operate the function is displayed.


[Zoom operation area]
Displays the zoom button.


[Function selection area]
Displays and selects functions that can be operated, and the operation buttons are displayed in the operation button area.


[Note:]

・The operation buttons displayed on the screen of the mobile terminal may not be displayed depending on the user privileges and function permission settings of the user to access. If you want to view the operations buttons, you need to set the user privileges and function permissions ([User mng.] [User auth.]).
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


4
Click the button of the function you want to operate.

[Pan/Tilt]
Press the button to display the button to operate the pan/tilt.Press the buttons to pan/tilt in each direction.


[Preset
Press the button to display the button for selecting the preset position. By selecting the preset number from the displayed button, the camera image is displayed in the direction of the preset registered camera.
Only position numbers 1 to 4 are displayed for preset positions.
Only registered preset positions are displayed, and unregistered preset positions are not displayed.


[Resolution switchover]
Press the button to display the screen for selecting the resolution.
The resolution is switched by selecting the resolution from the displayed buttons.
The resolution set in the [JPEG(1)] [JPEG(2)] of the [JPEG] in the [Image] tab is displayed.


[Aux control]
Press the button to display the button to operate the AUX output.
The button enables you to control the AUX output terminal.
This message is displayed only when [Terminal 3] is set to [AUX output] in the operation setting menu.
12.1 [Alarm] to set alarm operation


[Focus Display]
Press the button to display the button to perform the focus operation.
The button allows focusing of the camera image.


[Zoom display]
You can zoom the camera image with the buttons.


[Note:]

・The screen size displayed on the mobile phone can be changed by accessing the following.
-Large screen size: http://IP address/cam/dl
-Display medium: http://IP address/cam/dm
-display small: http://IP address/cam/ds


・The resolution displayed by [Resolution] changes, but the size of the images does not change.


・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/cam]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If you are using the DDNS function, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/cam]*2Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
Https://IP address: port number/cam or the host name registered with the https://DDNS server: port number/cam


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Audio cannot be received or sent from a mobile terminal.


・Some mobile terminals may not be able to display images when the image size is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.
9.2 [Image] for setting JPEG images


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


1
[http://IP address/cam] by mobile phone*1Or [Host name/cam registered at http://DDNS server]*2Enter the data and press the Enter button to display the image of the computer.

[Live image]
Displays the area camera image.


[Operation button area]
When the function is selected in the function selection area, the button to operate the function is displayed.


[Function selection area]
Displays and selects functions that can be operated, and the operation buttons are displayed in the operation button area.


[Note:]

・The operation buttons displayed on the screen of the mobile terminal may not be displayed depending on the user privileges and function permission settings of the user to access. If you want to view the operations buttons, you need to set the user privileges and function permissions ([User mng.] [User auth.]).
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


2
Click the button of the function you want to operate.

[Camera switchover]
When the button is pressed, the button to select the camera is displayed on the screen.
Select the camera from the displayed button to change the displayed camera.
Images of Cameras 1 and 2 are displayed in the Image capture size set in [JPEG] in the [Image] tab.


[Aux control]
Press the button to display the button to operate the AUX output.
The button enables you to control the AUX output terminal.
This message is displayed only when [Terminal 3] is set to [AUX output] in the operation setting menu.
12.1 [Alarm] to set alarm operation


[Note:]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/cam]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If you are using the DDNS function, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/cam]*2Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
Https://IP address: port number/cam or the host name registered with the https://DDNS server: port number/cam


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Audio cannot be received from a portable terminal.


・Some mobile terminals may not be able to display images when the image size is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet. Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


PTZ camera
1
[http://IP address/cam] by mobile phone*1Or [Host name/cam registered at http://DDNS server]*2Enter the data and press the Enter button to display the image of the computer.

[Live image]
Displays the area camera image.


[Operation button area]
When the function is selected in the function selection area, the button to operate the function is displayed.


[Zoom operation area]
Displays the zoom button.


[Function selection area]
Displays and selects functions that can be operated, and the operation buttons are displayed in the operation button area.


[Note:]

・The operation buttons displayed on the screen of the mobile terminal may not be displayed depending on the user privileges and function permission settings of the user to access. If you want to view the operations buttons, you need to set the user privileges and function permissions ([User mng.] [User auth.]).
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


2
Click the button of the function you want to operate.

[Pan/Tilt]
Press the button to display the button to operate the pan/tilt.Press the buttons to pan/tilt in each direction.


[Preset]
Press the button to display the button for selecting the preset position. By selecting the preset number from the displayed button, the camera image is displayed in the direction of the preset registered camera.
Only position numbers 1 to 4 are displayed for preset positions.
Only registered preset positions are displayed, and unregistered preset positions are not displayed.


[Resolution switchover]
Press the button to display the screen for selecting the resolution.
The resolution is switched by selecting the resolution from the displayed buttons.
The resolution set in the [JPEG(1)] [JPEG(2)] of the [JPEG] in the [Image] tab is displayed.


[Aux control]
Press the button to display the button to operate the AUX output.
The button enables you to control the AUX output terminal.
This message is displayed only when [Terminal 3] is set to [AUX output] in the operation setting menu.
12.1 [Alarm] to set alarm operation


[Focus Display]
Press the button to display the button to perform the focus operation.
The button allows focusing of the camera image.


[Zoom display]
You can zoom the camera image with the buttons.


[Note:]

・The screen size displayed on the mobile phone can be changed by accessing the following.
-Large screen size: http://IP address/cam/dl
-Display medium: http://IP address/cam/dm
-display small: http://IP address/cam/ds


・The resolution displayed by [Resolution] changes, but the size of the images does not change.


・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/cam]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If you are using the DDNS function, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/cam]*2Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
Https://IP address: port number/cam or the host name registered with the https://DDNS server: port number/cam


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Audio cannot be received or sent from a mobile terminal.


・Some mobile terminals may not be able to display images when the image size is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.
9.2 [Image] for setting JPEG images


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


Multi-directional camera
1
[http://IP address/cam] by mobile phone*1Or [Host name/cam registered at http://DDNS server]*2Enter the data and press the Enter button to display the image of the computer.

[Live image]
Displays the area camera image.


[Camera switchingArea]
The button for selecting the camera to be displayed in the live image is displayed.
Select the camera from the displayed button to change the displayed camera.
Images of cameras 1, 2, 3 and 4 are displayed at the resolution set in [JPEG] in the [Image] tabs.


[Note:]

・The operation buttons displayed on the screen of the mobile terminal may not be displayed depending on the user privileges and function permission settings of the user to access. If you want to view the operations buttons, you need to set the user privileges and function permissions ([User mng.] [User auth.]).
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/cam]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If you are using the DDNS function, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/cam]*2Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
Https://IP address: port number/cam or the host name registered with the https://DDNS server: port number/cam


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Some mobile terminals may not be able to display images when the image size is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet. Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


Connect the tablet terminal to the computer and display images (MJPEG and JPEG formats) of the computer. The latest image is automatically updated. The following models are supported. As of April 2022
-iPad, iPhone (iOS 8 or later)
-Android terminal
[Important]

・If the Authentication dialog appears, enter your username and password.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


[Note:]

・To view images on your computer from a tablet terminal, it is necessary to set up a network to connect to the Internet in advance.
14 Networking configuration [Network]


・Depending on the model, the same screen as the PC may be displayed. In this case, enter either [http://IP address/live/tab.html] or [http://DDNS server/live/tab.html] to connect.


・[New X Fixed]Images cannot be displayed when [Image capture mode] is set to [60fps Mode] or [50fps Mode].


1
[http://IP address] on the tablet terminal*1Or [host name/ registered in the http://DDNS server]*2When typing and connecting to this product, the this product images are displayed.

[Setup menu.] buttons*3
Indicates the setup menu.


[Camera title]
The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
3.2 [Basic] to perform basic settings


[Alarm Notification button]*4
The lamp blinks when an alarm is generated. Click the button to disappear.


[Note:]

・The alarm notification button blinks in conjunction with the alarm notification operation such as mail transfer. Check the operation setting.


[SD Storage Status Display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card. When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual save] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards


[Main area]
Live displays the camera image.


[Capacity display]
The remaining capacity and total capacity of the SD Memory Card are displayed.


[Super dynamic setting]
You can set [On] or [Off] to activate the super dynamic function. You can set for each preset position. This cannot be set when [Image capture mode] is in [60 fps mode] or [50 fps mode]. See [What is Super Dynamic] for details on super dynamic.
[On]:The Super Dynamic function is activated.
[Off]:Stops the superdynamic function.


[Note:]

・Set [Super Dynamic] to [Off] when the following phenomena are observed depending on the lighting condition.
-when flickering or color changes occur
-when noise is generated in the bright area of the screen


・When [Stabilizer] is set to [On], the superdynamic setting is [Off].


[Light control mode] pull-down menu
Select the mode to control the light intensity from the following.
[Flickless (50 Hz)]/[Flickless (60 Hz)]:Flicker is automatically corrected with a fluorescent lamp. 50 Hz/60 Hz will be used differently in different regions.
[ELC]:The electronic shutter is used to control the light intensity.


[Note:]

・When [Image capture mode] is 25fps, [Indoor scene(60Hz)] cannot be set.


[Image Rotation]
Set whether to rotate the image (JPEG, H.265 or H.264).
0°(Off):The image is not rotated.
90°:Rotate the image 90 degrees.
180 degrees (vertical inversion):The image is inverted up and down.
270°:Rotate the image 270 degrees.


[Important]

・If the image rotation setting is changed with the following area set, the position will be misaligned. Therefore, set each area after setting image rotation.
-Privacy Zone
-Operation detection area
-Undesired detection area
-VIQS area
-Mask area
-overlay image
-Focus frame


・If you set [Image Rotation] to [90°] or [270°], the character on the screen may be broken depending on the [Character Size] setting and the number of characters.


・When [Rotate images] is set to [90°] and [270°], the positions that can be set to [Date/time position] and [Camera title position] are limited to [upper left] and [lower left].


[Note:]

・If [Image capture size] is 320 x 180, [Image rotation] cannot be set to 90° or 270°.


・[New X Fixed]Even when [Image capture size] is set to 320x180, you can set [Image rotation] to 90° or 270°.


[Brightness adjustment] buttons
Adjust the brightness.
Press the [Light (+)] button to brighten the image.
Press the [Dark (-)] button to darken the image.
Press [Reset] to return to the default brightness.


[Close] buttons
Hides the Setup menu.


[Note:]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/]*1Enter the port number of the this product. If the DDNS function is used, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/]*3Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
[https://IP address:port number/] or [host name registered on the https://DDNS server: port number/]


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Depending on the tablet terminal, the image may not be displayed when the size of the image is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.
9.2 [Image] for setting JPEG images


・You may not be able to access some tablets and contract plans.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
However, it is the local IP address when accessing the this product in the same LAN with a wireless connected mobile terminal.


*2 Only accesses this product via the Internet.


*3 It is available only for users whose access levels are set to [1. Administrator].


*4 When [User auth.] is set to [On], only users with access levels set to [1. Administrator] or [2. Camera control] can work.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


1
[http://IP address] on the tablet terminal*1Or [host name/ registered in the http://DDNS server]*2The image of the computer is displayed when you enter it and connect it to the computer.

[Setup menu.] buttons*3
Indicates the setup menu.


[Camera title]
The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
3.2 [Basic] to perform basic settings


[Alarm Notification button]*4
The lamp blinks when an alarm is generated. Click the button to disappear.


[Note:]

・The alarm notification button blinks in conjunction with the alarm notification operation such as mail transfer. Check the operation setting.


[SD Storage Status Display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card. When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards


[Main area]
Live displays the camera image.


[Capacity display]
The remaining capacity and total capacity of the SD Memory Card are displayed.


[Super dynamic setting]
You can set [On] or [Off] to activate the super dynamic function. You can set for each preset position. This cannot be set when [Image capture mode] is in [60 fps mode] or [50 fps mode]. See [What is Super Dynamic] for details on super dynamic.
[On]:The Super Dynamic function is activated.
[Off]:Stops the superdynamic function.


[Note:]

・Set [Super Dynamic] to [Off] when the following phenomena are observed depending on the lighting condition.
-when flickering or color changes occur
-when noise is generated in the bright area of the screen


・If [Light control mode] is set to [Fix shutter], [Super Dynamic] cannot be set to [On].


・When [Stabilizer] is set to [On], the superdynamic setting is [Off].


[Light control mode] pull-down menu
Select the mode to control the light intensity from the following.
[Outdoor shooting]:The brightness (illumination) controls the light intensity by combining the electronic shutter and automatic aperture. This setting is used when shooting bright subjects such as outdoors. Be careful not to flicker under fluorescent lights, etc.
[Flickless (50 Hz)]/[Flickless (60 Hz)]:Flicker is automatically corrected with a fluorescent lamp. 50 Hz/60 Hz will be used differently in different regions.
[Fixed shutter]:
If [Image capture mode] is in 30 fps or 15 fps mode:
[1/30 fixed], [3/120 fixed], [2/100 fixed], [2/120 fixed], [1/100 fixed], [1/120 fixed], [1/250 fixed], [1/500 fixed], [1/1000 fixed], [1/2000 fixed], [1/4000 fixed], or [1/10000 fixed]
If [Image capture mode] is in 25 fps or 12.5 fps mode:
[1/25 fixed]/[3/100 fixed]/[2/100 fixed]/[1/100 fixed]/[1/250 fixed]/[1/500 fixed]/[1/1000 fixed]/[1/2000 fixed]/[1/4000 fixed]/[1/10000 fixed]
When [Image capture mode] is 60 fps:
[1/60 fixed]/[1/100 fixed]/[1/120 fixed]/[1/250 fixed]/[1/500 fixed]/[1/1000 fixed]/[1/2000 fixed]/[1/4000 fixed]/[1/10000 fixed]
If [Image capture mode] is in 50fps mode:
[1/50 fixed]/[1/100 fixed]/[1/250 fixed]/[1/500 fixed]/[1/1000 fixed]/[1/2000 fixed]/[1/4000 fixed]/[1/10000 fixed]


[Note:]

・If you increase the shutter speed (~1/10,000), you will be less prone to blur even when the subject moves faster.


・Increasing the shutter speed decreases the sensitivity.


・If [Super Dynamic] is set to [On], [Fix shutter] cannot be set. To configure [Fix shutter], set [Super Dynamic] to [Off].


・[Indoor scene(60Hz)] cannot be set when [Image capture mode] is in 25fps, 50fps, or 12.5fps modes.


[Preset position setting]
Set the preset position.
Before registering the preset, move the camera in the direction you want to register.
To change the orientation of the camera, enable [Swipe operation permission] and select the image position to be centered on the image angle. The camera's orientation moves to a position centered on the clicked position.
If you want to zoom in, enable [Swipe operation permission] and select the zoom area in the picture.


[Important]

・When registering a preset position using a tablet, pay attention to the following.
-If updating of the image on the tablet is slow, it is recommended that you register the preset while viewing the image on the confirmation monitor.
-If you resize the screen with tablet operation, you may not be able to change the orientation or zoom in on the screen.
-If the orientation of the camera cannot be adjusted by tablet operation, refer to the following to move the camera orientation in the direction you want to register.
2.4.1 Viewing images from mobile devices (smartphones, etc.)


Preset
Set the position number to be registered.
Position name indication
Use [On] and [Off] to set whether the position name is displayed. You can set for each preset position.
[On]:Displays the position name.
[Off]:The position name is not displayed.
[Important]

・If you set [Preset ID], be sure to press [Register].


[Note:]

・When set to [On], the position name is displayed where you set the position in [Camera title position] on the [Basic] tab.


Position name
Enter the name to be displayed on the image. You can set for each preset position.
Number of characters that can be entered:0 to 40 characters
Input Characters:0-9 (single-byte), A-Z (single-byte, uppercase, lowercase), double-byte, single-byte symbol ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , ‑ . / : ; = ?
[Important]

・If you set [Preset ID (0 – 9,A – Z)], be sure to press [Register].


[Note:]

・The position name entered is displayed next to the preset position number in the pull-down. If [Preset ID] is set to [On], it can also be displayed on the images.


[Auto focus]
Use [Auto] and [Off] to set whether auto focus is performed after the preset is moved. You can set for each preset position.
[Auto]:Auto focus is performed after the preset is moved.
[Off]:Auto focus is not performed after moving the preset.


[Note:]

・When presetting a subject whose depth does not change, a subject whose contrast is low, or a subject with high brightness such as a spotlight, etc., set [Off] and register the preset position after setting the focus.


Stopping time
During the preset sequence operation, select the time to reflect the image of each preset position (the time when the camera stops rotating) from the following.
[5s]/ [10s]/ [15s]/ [20s]/ [25s]/ [30s]
[Note:]

・The preset position set to [Off] does not move to that position during the preset sequence, but instead moves to the next preset position.


・Depending on the stop time setting, the watch may move to the next preset position during auto focus operation.


・If the preset sequence function is used for a long time, the drive parts may be consumed and the replacement cycle of consumables may be faster. For consumables, refer to the Web Guide.


[Zoom]
Adjust the zoom manually.
[-]:Adjust the zoom factor to 1.0 times in the [Wide Angle] direction.
[x1]: Zoom (magnification) is 1.0 times.
[+]:Adjust the zoom factor in the [Telescope] direction.


[Focus]
Adjust the focus manually.
[Auto]:Automatically adjust focus.
[Near]:Adjust the focus to the [Near].
[Far]:Adjust the focus to the [Far].


[Note:]

・The following subjects cannot be focused with auto focus. Focus manually.
-Bright or intense light reflecting subjects
-Subject over water droplets or dirty glass
-Remote and nearby subjects mixed together
-Subjects (white walls, etc.) without contrast
-horizontal subject such as a blind
-Oblique subject
-Dark subject


[Brightness adjustment] buttons
Adjust the brightness.
Press the [Light (+)] button to brighten the image.
Press the [Dark (-)] button to darken the image.
Press [Reset] to return to the default brightness.


[Close] buttons
Hides the Setup menu.


[Note:]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If the DDNS function is used, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/]*3Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
[https://IP address:port number/] or [host name registered on the https://DDNS server: port number/]


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Depending on the tablet terminal, the image may not be displayed when the size of the image is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.
9.2 [Image] for setting JPEG images


・You may not be able to access some tablets and contract plans.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


*3 It is available only for users whose access levels are set to [1. Administrator].


*4 When [User auth.] is set to [On], only users with access levels set to [1. Administrator] or [2. Camera control] can work.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


1
[http://IP address] on the tablet terminal*1Or [host name/ registered in the http://DDNS server]*2The image of the computer is displayed when you enter it and connect it to the computer.

[Setup menu.] buttons*3
Indicates the setup menu.


[Switch Display Camera] pull down menu
The camera image displayed in the area ⑤ can be selected.
[Camera 1 to Camera 2]:Images of camera 1 and 2 are displayed at the same time. Displayed according to the settings in [⑦ Layout Setup pull-down Menu].
[Camera 1]:Image of camera 1 is displayed as a single image.
[Camera 2]:Image of camera 2 is displayed as a single image.


[Camera title]
The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
3.2 [Basic] to perform basic settings


[Alarm Notification] button*4
The lamp blinks when an alarm is generated. Click the button to disappear.


[Note:]

・The blinking of the alarm notification button is not linked to the alarm notification operation such as recording to the SD Memory Card or mail transfer. Check the setting of each operation.


[Main area]
Live displays the camera image.


[Capacity display]
The remaining capacity and total capacity of the SD Memory Card are displayed.


[Layout Settings] pull-down menu
Select [Left/right display] or [Up/down display] as the layout of images to be displayed in the area ⑤. The Layout Setting pull-down menu is displayed when [Camera 1-Camera 2] is selected in the Display Camera Switching pull-down menu.
[Left/right display]: Images of cameras 1 and 2 are displayed in left-right alignment.
[Up/down display]: Images of cameras 1 and 2 are displayed in the upper and lower positions.


[Super dynamic setting]
You can set [On] or [Off] to activate the super dynamic function. You can set for each preset position. See [What is Super Dynamic] for details on super dynamic.
[On]:The Super Dynamic function is activated.
[Off]:Stops the superdynamic function.


[Note:]

・Set [Super Dynamic] to [Off] when the following phenomena are observed depending on the lighting condition.
-when flickering or color changes occur
-when noise is generated in the bright area of the screen


[Light control mode] pull-down menu
Select the mode to control the light intensity from the following.
[Flickless (50 Hz)]/[Flickless (60 Hz)]:Flicker is automatically corrected with a fluorescent lamp. 50 Hz/60 Hz will be used differently in different regions.
ELC:The electronic shutter is used to control the light intensity.


[Manual zoom adjustment]
Adjust the zoom manually.
[-]: Adjust the zoom factor to 1.0 times in the [Wide angle] direction.
[x1]: Zoom (magnification) is 1.0 times.
[+]: Adjust the zoom factor in the [Telephone] direction.


[Note:]

・The zoom (magnification) switches between the optical zoom and EX optical zoom.


[Important]

・With the mask area, privacy zone, operation detection area, undesired detection area, and VIQS area set, setting the EX optical zoom will shift the position. Therefore, set the EX optical zoom and then set each area.
9.4.2 Set the mask area
9.4.5 Setting the privacy zone (Privacy zone setting screen)
12.6 [VMD area] to set the motion detection area
12.8 [SCD area] to set up undesired detection areas
9.4.7 Set up the VIQS area


[Manual focus adjustment]
Adjust the focus manually.
[Near]: Adjust the focus to the [Near].
[Reset] returns focus (focus) to its default settings.
[Far]: Adjust the focus to the [Far].


[Note:]

・One-click on the [Near] or [Far] buttons may appear to have no change in focus due to trace adjustments. If you want to move the focus position large, press and hold the button for a long time.


[Auto focus]
When [Execute] is clicked, the auto focus function is activated to automatically adjust the focus to the subject in the center of the picture.


[Important]

・If auto focus is executed while the slow shutter is running (e.g. at night) with the [Maximum shutter] set to a longer time than [1/30s maximum] (2/30s maximum], [4/30s maximum], [6/30s maximum], [10/30s maximum], or [16/30s maximum]), it may take a lot of time to complete auto focus.


・The focus may not be adjusted automatically in the following locations or subject. In this case, adjust the focus manually.
-Be a big move
-Large variation in illumination
-Low illumination-Extremely bright or reflected light
-Over the window
-where the dome cover is prone to contamination
-White walls are less dark.
-Flicker fiercely


・When the image is switched from color to black and white in the near infrared region, the focus may shift due to the optical characteristics. If [Focusing at Day & Night switching] is set to [Auto] or [Preset], the camera can focus automatically (it does not support the lighting change after the focus operation is completed).


[Brightness adjustment] buttons
Adjust the brightness. The [Brightness adjustment] buttons are not displayed when [Camera 1 to Camera 2] is selected in the Show Camera switching pull-down menu.
Press the [Light (+)] button to brighten the image.
Press the [Dark (-)] button to darken the image.
Press [Reset] to return to the default brightness.


[Close] buttons
Hides the Setup menu.


[Note:]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If the DDNS function is used, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/]*3Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
[https://IP address:port number/] or [host name registered on the https://DDNS server: port number/]


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Sound cannot be received from a tablet terminal.


・Depending on the tablet terminal, the image may not be displayed when the size of the image is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.


・You may not be able to access some tablets and contract plans.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


*3 It is available only for users whose access levels are set to [1. Administrator].


*4 When [User auth.] is set to [On], only users with access levels set to [1. Administrator] or [2. Camera control] can work.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


PTZ camera
1
[http://IP address] on the tablet terminal*1Or [host name/ registered in the http://DDNS server]*2The image of the computer is displayed when you enter it and connect it to the computer.

[Setup menu.] buttons*3
Indicates the setup menu.


[Camera title]
The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
3.2 [Basic] to perform basic settings


[Alarm Notification] button*4
The lamp blinks when an alarm is generated. Click the button to disappear.


[Note:]

・The alarm notification button blinks in conjunction with the alarm notification operation such as mail transfer. Check the operation setting.


[SD Storage Status Display]
Displays the storage status on the SD Memory Card. When saving starts, the SD save status indicator turns red. The LED turns OFF when saving stops.
This is displayed when the [Save trigger] in the Setup menu is set to [Manual] or [Schedule].
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards


[Main area]
Live displays the camera image.


[Capacity display]
The remaining capacity and total capacity of the SD Memory Card are displayed.


[Super dynamic setting]
You can set [On] or [Off] to activate the super dynamic function. You can set for each preset position. This cannot be set when [Image capture mode] is in [60 fps mode] or [50 fps mode]. See [What is Super Dynamic] for details on super dynamic.
[On]:The Super Dynamic function is activated.
[Off]:Stops the superdynamic function.


[Note:]

・Set [Super Dynamic] to [Off] when the following phenomena are observed depending on the lighting condition.
-when flickering or color changes occur
-when noise is generated in the bright area of the screen


・If [Light control mode] is set to [Fix shutter], [Super Dynamic] cannot be set to [On].


・When [Stabilizer] is set to [On], the superdynamic setting is [Off].


[Light control mode] pull-down menu
Select the mode to control the light intensity from the following.
[Outdoor shooting]:The brightness (illumination) controls the light intensity by combining the electronic shutter and automatic aperture. This setting is used when shooting bright subjects such as outdoors. Be careful not to flicker under fluorescent lights, etc.
[Flickless (50 Hz)]/[Flickless (60 Hz)]:Flicker is automatically corrected with a fluorescent lamp. 50 Hz/60 Hz will be used differently in different regions.
[Fixed shutter]:
If [Image capture mode] is in 30 fps or 15 fps mode:
[1/30 fixed], [3/120 fixed], [2/100 fixed], [2/120 fixed], [1/100 fixed], [1/120 fixed], [1/250 fixed], [1/500 fixed], [1/1000 fixed], [1/2000 fixed], [1/4000 fixed], or [1/10000 fixed]
If [Image capture mode] is in 25 fps or 12.5 fps mode:
[1/25 fixed]/[3/100 fixed]/[2/100 fixed]/[1/100 fixed]/[1/250 fixed]/[1/500 fixed]/[1/1000 fixed]/[1/2000 fixed]/[1/4000 fixed]/[1/10000 fixed]
When [Image capture mode] is 60 fps:
[1/60 fixed]/[1/100 fixed]/[1/120 fixed]/[1/250 fixed]/[1/500 fixed]/[1/1000 fixed]/[1/2000 fixed]/[1/4000 fixed]/[1/10000 fixed]
If [Image capture mode] is in 50fps mode:
[1/50 fixed]/[1/100 fixed]/[1/250 fixed]/[1/500 fixed]/[1/1000 fixed]/[1/2000 fixed]/[1/4000 fixed]/[1/10000 fixed]


[Note:]

・If you increase the shutter speed (~1/10,000), you will be less prone to blur even when the subject moves faster.


・Increasing the shutter speed decreases the sensitivity.


・If [Super Dynamic] is set to [On], [Fix shutter] cannot be set. To configure [Fix shutter], set [Super Dynamic] to [Off].


・[Indoor scene(60Hz)] cannot be set when [Image capture mode] is in 25fps, 50fps, or 12.5fps modes.


[Preset position setting]
Set the preset position.
Before registering the preset, move the camera in the direction you want to register.
To change the orientation of the camera, enable [Swipe operation permission] and select the image position to be centered on the image angle. The camera's orientation moves to a position centered on the clicked position.
If you want to zoom in, enable [Swipe operation permission] and select the zoom area in the picture.


[Important]

・When registering a preset position using a tablet, pay attention to the following.
-If updating of the image on the tablet is slow, it is recommended that you register the preset while viewing the image on the confirmation monitor.
-If you resize the screen with tablet operation, you may not be able to change the orientation or zoom in on the screen.
-If you cannot adjust the orientation of the camera with the tablet operation, refer to the following to move the camera orientation in the direction you want to register.
2.4.1 Viewing images from mobile devices (smartphones, etc.)


Preset No.
Set the position number to be registered.
Preset ID
Use [On] and [Off] to set whether the position name is displayed. You can set for each preset position.
[On]:Displays the position name.
[Off]:The position name is not displayed.
[Important]

・If you set [Preset ID], be sure to press [Register].


[Note:]

・When set to [On], the position name is displayed where you set the position in [Camera title position] on the [Basic] tab.


Preset ID (0-9,A-Z)
Enter the name to be displayed on the image. You can set for each preset position.
Number of characters that can be entered:0 to 40 characters
Input Characters:0-9 (single-byte), A-Z (single-byte, uppercase, lowercase), double-byte, single-byte symbol ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , ‑ . / : ; = ?
[Important]

・If you set [Preset ID (0 – 9,A – Z)], be sure to press [Register].


[Note:]

・The position name entered is displayed next to the preset position number in the pull-down. If [Preset ID] is set to [On], it can also be displayed on the images.


[Auto focus]
Use [Auto] and [Off] to set whether auto focus is performed after the preset is moved. You can set for each preset position.
[Auto]:Auto focus is performed after the preset is moved.
[Off]:Auto focus is not performed after moving the preset.


[Note:]

・When presetting a subject whose depth does not change, a subject whose contrast is low, or a subject with high brightness such as a spotlight, etc., set [Off] and register the preset position after setting the focus.


[Stopping time]
During the preset sequence operation, select the time to reflect the image of each preset position (the time when the camera stops rotating) from the following.
[5s]/ [10s]/ [15s]/ [20s]/ [25s]/ [30s]
[Note:]

・The preset position set to [Off] does not move to that position during the preset sequence, but instead moves to the next preset position.


・Depending on the stop time setting, the watch may move to the next preset position during auto focus operation.


・If the preset sequence function is used for a long time, the drive parts may be consumed and the replacement cycle of consumables may be faster. For consumables, refer to the Web Guide.


[Zoom]
Adjust the zoom manually.
[-]:Adjust the zoom factor to 1.0 times in the [Wide Angle] direction.
[x1]: Zoom (magnification) is 1.0 times.
[+]:Adjust the zoom factor in the [Telescope] direction.


[Focus]
Adjust the focus manually.
[Auto]:Automatically adjust focus.
[Near]:Adjust the focus to the [Near].
[Far]:Adjust the focus to the [Far].


[Note:]

・The following subjects cannot be focused with auto focus. Focus manually.
-Bright or intense light reflecting subjects
-Subject over water droplets or dirty glass
-Remote and nearby subjects mixed together
-Subjects (white walls, etc.) without contrast
-horizontal subject such as a blind
-Oblique subject
-Dark subject


[Brightness adjustment] buttons
Adjust the brightness.
Press the [Light (+)] button to brighten the image.
Press the [Dark (-)] button to darken the image.
Press [Reset] to return to the default brightness.


[Close] buttons
Hides the Setup menu.


[Note:]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If the DDNS function is used, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/]*3Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
[https://IP address:port number/] or [host name registered on the https://DDNS server: port number/]


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Depending on the tablet terminal, the image may not be displayed when the size of the image is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.
9.2 [Image] for setting JPEG images


・You may not be able to access some tablets and contract plans.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


*3 It is available only for users whose access levels are set to [1. Administrator].


*4 When [User auth.] is set to [On], only users with access levels set to [1. Administrator] or [2. Camera control] can work.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


Multi-directional camera
1
[http://IP address] on the tablet terminal*1Or [host name/ registered in the http://DDNS server]*2The image of the computer is displayed when you enter it and connect it to the computer.

[Setup menu.] buttons*3
Indicates the setup menu.


[Switch Display Camera] pull down menu
The camera image displayed in the area ⑤ can be selected.
[Camera 1 to Camera 4]:Images of camera 1, 2, 3 and 4 are displayed at the same time. Displayed according to the settings in [⑦ Layout Setup pull-down Menu].
[Camera 1 to Camera 3]:Images of camera 1, 2 and 3 are displayed at the same time. Displayed according to the settings in [⑦ Layout Setup pull-down Menu].
[Camera 1]:Image of camera 1 is displayed as a single image.
[Camera 2]:Image of camera 2 is displayed as a single image.
[Camera 3]:Image of camera 3 is displayed as a single image.
[Camera 4]:The image of camera 4 is displayed as a single image.


[Camera title]
The title of the camera entered in [Camera title] on the [Basic] tab is displayed.
3.2 [Basic] to perform basic settings


[Alarm Notification] button*4
The lamp blinks when an alarm is generated. Click the button to disappear.


[Note:]

・The blinking of the alarm notification button is not linked to the alarm notification operation such as recording to the SD Memory Card or mail transfer. Check the setting of each operation.


[Main area]
Live displays the camera image.


[Capacity display]
The remaining capacity and total capacity of the SD Memory Card are displayed.


[Layout Settings] pull-down menu
Select from [4 split], [360 deg.] and [270 deg.] for the layout of the images to be displayed in the area ⑤. The Layout Setting pull-down menu is displayed when [Camera 1] to [Camera 4] and [Camera 1] to [Camera 3] are selected from the Display Camera Switching pull-down menu.
[360-degree shooting]:Images of camera 1, 2, 3, and 4 are displayed side by side. Select this when you want to place camera 4 horizontally, such as when you want to take a wide range of pictures.
[270-degree shooting]:Images of camera 1, 2, and 3 are displayed side by side. Select this when you want to shoot a wide area.
[Divide into four pieces]:Images of cameras 1, 2, 3, and 4 are displayed in quadrants.


[Super dynamic setting]
You can set [On] or [Off] to activate the super dynamic function. You can set for each preset position. See [What is Super Dynamic] for details on super dynamic.
[On]:The Super Dynamic function is activated.
[Off]:Stops the superdynamic function.


[Note:]

・Set [Super Dynamic] to [Off] when the following phenomena are observed depending on the lighting condition.
-when flickering or color changes occur
-when noise is generated in the bright area of the screen


[Light control mode] pull-down menu
Select the mode to control the light intensity from the following.
[Flickeress (50 Hz)/[flickeress (60 Hz)]:Flicker is automatically corrected with a fluorescent lamp. 50 Hz/60 Hz will be used differently in different regions.
ELC:The electronic shutter is used to control the light intensity.


[Manual zoom adjustment]
Adjust the zoom manually.
[-]: Adjust the zoom factor to 1.0 times in the [Wide angle] direction.
[x1]: Zoom (magnification) is 1.0 times.
[+]: Adjust the zoom factor in the [Telephone] direction.


[Note:]

・The zoom (magnification) switches between the optical zoom and EX optical zoom.


[Important]

・With the mask area, privacy zone, operation detection area, undesired detection area, and VIQS area set, setting the EX optical zoom will shift the position. Therefore, set the EX optical zoom and then set each area.
9.4.2 Set the mask area
9.4.5 Setting the privacy zone (Privacy zone setting screen)
12.6 [VMD area] to set the motion detection area
12.8 [SCD area] to set up undesired detection areas
9.4.7 Set up the VIQS area


[Manual focus adjustment]
Adjust the focus manually.
[Near]: Adjust the focus to the [Near].
[Reset] returns focus (focus) to its default settings.
[Far]: Adjust the focus to the [Far].


[Note:]

・One-click on the [Near] or [Far] buttons may appear to have no change in focus due to trace adjustments. If you want to move the focus position large, press and hold the button for a long time.


[Auto focus]
When [Execute] is clicked, the auto focus function is activated to automatically adjust the focus to the subject in the center of the picture.


[Important]

・If auto focus is executed while the slow shutter is running (e.g. at night) with the [Maximum shutter] set to a longer time than [1/30s maximum] (2/30s maximum], [4/30s maximum], [6/30s maximum], [10/30s maximum], or [16/30s maximum]), it may take a lot of time to complete auto focus.


・The focus may not be adjusted automatically in the following locations or subject. In this case, adjust the focus manually.
-Be a big move
-Large variation in illumination
-Low illumination-Extremely bright or reflected light
-Over the window
-where the dome cover is prone to contamination
-White walls are less dark.
-Flicker fiercely


・When the image is switched from color to black and white in the near infrared region, the focus may shift due to the optical characteristics. If [Focusing at Day & Night switching] is set to [Auto] or [Preset], the camera can focus automatically (it does not support the lighting change after the focus operation is completed).


[Brightness adjustment] buttons
Adjust the brightness. [Brightness adjustment] buttons are not displayed when [Camera 1] to [Camera 4] and [Camera 1] to [Camera 3] are selected from the [Display Camera Selection] pull-down menu.
Press the [Light (+)] button to brighten the image.
Press the [Dark (-)] button to darken the image.
Press [Reset] to return to the default brightness.


[Close] buttons
Hides the Setup menu.


[Note:]

・If the HTTP port number is changed from 80, [http://IP address:port number/]*1Enter the port number of the machine. If the DDNS function is used, [http://Host name registered on the DDNS server: Port number/]*3Please enter.


・If you are configuring [HTTPS] in [HTTPS]-[Connection] on the [Advanced] tab of the Network Page, enter the following.
[https://IP address:port number/] or [host name registered on the https://DDNS server: port number/]


・When the Authentication dialog appears, enter the administrator's or general user's username and password. Depending on the mobile phone, the password may need to be entered each time the screen is switched.


・Sound cannot be received from a tablet terminal.


・Depending on the tablet terminal, the image may not be displayed when the size of the image is large. This may be displayed when the [Image quality setting] of [JPEG] is close to low quality.


・You may not be able to access some tablets and contract plans.


*1 The IP address is the global IP address on the WAN side of the router that can be accessed from the Internet.
Note, however, that this is the local IP address when accessing the handset in the same LAN with a mobile terminal supporting wireless connection.


*2 Only for accessing the computer via the Internet.


*3 It is available only for users whose access levels are set to [1. Administrator].


*4 When [User auth.] is set to [On], only users with access levels set to [1. Administrator] or [2. Camera control] can work.
13.1 [User auth.] to configure user-authentication


You can manually save the image on the live image page to the SD Memory Card.
This function is available only when [Save trigger] is set to [Manual] by clicking the [SD memory card] tab on the Basic page of the Advanced Menu.
In the [Recording format] of the Advanced menus, you can select either JPEG or Stream to save.
If JPEG is selected in [Recording format], a still image is saved. If JPEG is selected, a movie is saved.
[Note:]

・[MULTI] [Recording format] can be set only for streams.


・[MULTI] Manually saves all camera movies at the same time.


・SD recording is not available when [Image capture mode] is set to [60fps Mode] or [50fps Mode].



1
Live image pages are displayed.
2.3.1 View camera images
2
Click [Camera control] to view the [Camera control] panels.
3
[SD memory card]-starts saving to the SD Memory Card by clicking [Start] on the [Rec. on SD]. The SD save status indicator turns red during storage.
2.3.2 About live image pages
The saved intervals are set on the [SD memory card] tabs of the basic pages.
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards
4
To stop storing images on the SD Memory Card, press the [Stop] buttons for [SD memory card]-[Rec. on SD]. The SD save status indicator turns OFF when saving is stopped.
5
Close the Camera Control Panel by clicking [Camera control].
[Note:]

・Images saved on the SD Memory Card can be downloaded from the Log List screen to the PC by clicking the [Start] button on the [Log/Play] button on the Live screen.
The download function allows saving to the PC.
2.8.1 When playing JPEG images stored on the SD Memory Card
2.8.2 Play back the image of the stream stored on the SD Memory Card
The destination for storing image data is the fixed directory in the SD Memory Card.
18.3 Directory structure of SD Memory Card


・If you click the [Stop] button and then immediately click the [Start] button, the image may not be saved. If so, click [Start] again.


・To use this function correctly, format the SD Memory Card on your computer before using the SD Memory Card.


When the following alarms are generated, the machine performs an alarm operation according to the setting (camera operation associated with alarm generation).
[Terminal alarm]:When an alarm device such as a sensor is connected to the alarm input terminal, an alarm is activated when the connected alarm device operates.
[VMD alarm]:When a change (movement) is detected in the image in the set operation detection area, an alarm is activated.

* Operation detection: VMD (Video Motion Detector) = Motion detection, Motion detector function


[Scene change detection (SCD) alarm]:The alarm is activated when the subject is changed by covering the camera with a cloth or a lid, or changing the camera direction significantly.
[Command alarm]:When a unique alarm notification is received from the connected device via the network, an alarm is activated.
[Audio detection alarm]:An alarm is activated when the set sound detection threshold is exceeded.
Alarm Notification from Function Extension Software:When the function extension software with an alarm function is installed, an alarm is activated when an alarm is generated by the function extension software.
Displaying alarm notification on live image page
When an alarm is generated, the alarm notification is displayed on the [Live] page.
2.3.2 About live image pages
Notify the device connected to the output terminal of the alarm
When an alarm is activated, a signal can be output from the output terminal to sound an alarm, etc. The outputs are set on the [Alarm] tabs of the alarm pages.
12.2 [Alarm] for setting the output terminal
Save images on the SD Memory Card
When an alarm is activated, images (JPEG/H.265/H.264) are saved on the SD Memory Card. To save images on the SD Memory Card, use the [SD memory card] tab on the basic page and the [Alarm] tab on the alarm page.
8.2 [SD memory card] for setting SD Memory Cards
12.1 [Alarm] to set alarm operation
Notify the alarm by e-mail
When an alarm is generated, an e-mail notifying that an alarm has occurred (alarm notification) is sent to the previously registered e-mail address. You register up to four mail messages to send alarms. You can also attach a still image to send an alarm mail. Alarm mail is set on the [Alarm] tab of the alarm page and on the [Advanced] tab of the network page.
12.1 [Alarm] to set alarm operation
14.2.1 Set mail sending
Notifies that an alarm has occurred at the specified address (unique alarm notification)
This function is useful when using devices manufactured by us (network disk recorder, etc.). When [TCP alarm notification] is set to [On], the computer can be notified that it is in the alarm condition. You can set your own alarms by using the [Notification] tabs on the alarm pages.
12.10.1 Set unique alarm notification