Page of 60

JVC GV-LS2W User Manual

Detailed user guide.
Also See for GV-LS2W:
Specification sheet - 2 pages
User manual - 64 pages
LIVE STREAMING CAMERA
Detailed User Guide
GV-LS2
U
LYT2488-002A

   Also See for JVC GV-LS2W

   Related Manuals for JVC GV-LS2W

   Summary of Contents for JVC GV-LS2W

  • Page 1

    LIVE STREAMING CAMERA Detailed User Guide GV-LS2 LYT2488-002A...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Verifying the Accessories ......4 Flow of Connection/Setup ....10 Component Names and Functions ..5 Starting shooting ..........10 Camera ............. 5 Connecting the Camera to Your Pantilter ............7 Computer ..........11 Configuring the Camera Settings Connecting the AC Adapter ....12 Appropriate for Your Needs ....8 Configuring the Camera Settings Example 1: Worried about your pet staying at...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Checking the message history ("STATUS" tab) .. Connecting to the pantilter ......31 Using "JVC CAM Control" ....39 Installing "JVC CAM Control" ......39 Streaming images .......... 39 Using the Mobile Terminal ....40 Names of Apps for mobile terminals ....40 Installing the App for mobile terminals ...

  • Page 4

    Use it to connect the unit, computer, and access point (router). Also used when you configure the initial settings. Software CD-ROM Use it to install the supplied software "JVC CAM Control". ( ➭ page Basic User Guide Describes the basic operations, "Safety Precautions" and "Cautions".

  • Page 5

    Component Names and Functions Camera Front Back RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET 1 Internal mic (stereo) 1 Reset button Transmits/Records sounds coming through this mic Resets the network settings when you press and when no external mic is connected. hold this button with the tip of a paper clip or the 2 Lens like for 3 seconds or longer while the AC adapter is Be careful not to touch directly or let anything come...

  • Page 6

    Bottom 1 Hot shoe 1 Tripod mounting hole Mount camera accessories. Mount a separately purchased tripod. * Do not mount any accessories when the pantilter is attached. 2 Record button Starts recording. To stop, press this button again. The lamp indicates the current status. Off: Recording not in progress Blinking: Recording in progress Blinking quickly (for 2 seconds): Recording error...

  • Page 7

    Pantilter When using the pantilter, connect the AC adapter, AV cord, and external mic to the pantilter. Front Back PLUG IN EXTEND POWER 1 Power button 1 Tilt lock (TILT LOCK) Press and hold to power on. To power off, press and Face the pantilter right in front and slide the knob to hold this button again.

  • Page 8

    Configuring the Camera Settings Appropriate for Your Needs The unit can be used for various purposes. See the following examples for how to set up and use appropriately: Power? Recorded data? • AC adapter ( ➭ page 12) • Save to an SD card. ( ➭ page 17) •...

  • Page 9

    Example 2: Record birds coming to a feeder on the balcony. Setup • Use the battery as the camera is set on a high shelf by the window. ( ➭ page 29) • Insert an SD card to save recorded data. ( ➭ page Setting •...

  • Page 10

    Flow of Connection/Setup Connect the unit to the computer, and configure the appropriate settings on a browser. Starting shooting Connect the camera to your computer via the supplied LAN cable. ( ➭ page 11) To set up the camera, first connect it to your computer. Connect the AC adapter.

  • Page 11

    Connecting the Camera to Your Computer To set up the camera, first connect it to your computer. Required operating environment Browser: Internet Explorer 9 or later Attach the LAN cable to the unit. RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET Connect the camera to your computer via the LAN cable. Set the network mode switch to "LAN(OFF)".

  • Page 12

    Connecting the AC Adapter Connect the supplied AC adapter to the DC connector of the camera. CAUTION • Be sure to use the supplied AC adapter. Use of another AC adapter may cause a malfunction. • Turn off the power before connecting/disconnecting the AC adapter. RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF)

  • Page 13

    Configuring the Camera Settings Appropriate for Your Needs Access the unit from your computer to set the network, streaming, etc. Required operating environment Browser: Internet Explorer 9 or later Configuring the initial settings • To configure the settings only to start using the unit, refer to "Configuring the Camera Settings"...

  • Page 14

    Changing the settings after changing the connection destination To change the settings after changing the connection destination ( ➭ page 20), visit the following address. If a wired connection ( ➭ page 20) is established to the access point http://(condigured IP address):8000 If a wireless (Wi-Fi) connection ( ➭...

  • Page 15

    Configuring the Camera Settings This section describes the settings necessary to use the unit. For the "MANAGE" settings not mentioned on these pages, refer to page 46 . Adjusting the clock Click the "SET" button. Adjust the internal clock. The time can be displayed when videos are transmitted.

  • Page 16: Setting The User Name And Password

    Setting the user name and Click the "SAVE" button. password The user name and password set at the time of purchase are common across all the units of this model. They should be changed as soon as possible for security reasons. Select "COMMON SETTINGS"...

  • Page 17: Selecting The Format Of Images To Be Output/saved

    Selecting the Format of Images to be Output/Saved This unit can output up to two lines of images. Set the output method and image quality appropriate for your needs. For the "NETWORK" settings not mentioned on these pages, refer to page 41 . Select "STREAM SETTINGS"...

  • Page 18: Obtaining A Ddns Account, Setting Up The Ddns Account

    Allowing You to Connect from Outside (Monitoring Setting) To view images from outside, you normally need to obtain a global IP address or URL to access from a browser. Entering the account of our DDNS service allows you to set these easily. Obtaining a DDNS account Setting up the DDNS account Access our website from a computer or smartphone for...

  • Page 19: Adding A Camera Driver's User

    Click the "SAVE" button. Click the "ADD" button. The user has been registered. • Select a user from "USER (JVC CAM driver)" and click the "UPDATE" button to change the user name and password of the user. • Select a user from "USER (JVC CAM driver)" and...

  • Page 20: Establishing A Wired Connection To The Access Point

    Changing the Connection Destination If necessary, change the connection destination to the access point (wireless LAN router). Establishing a wired connection to CAUTION • For how to set the access point, refer to the the access point instruction manual, etc. of the access point. Select "WIRED NETWORK"...

  • Page 21: Connecting To The Access Point Wirelessly (wi Fi)

    Connecting to the access point Searching and connecting to the wirelessly (Wi-Fi) access point Using the WPS function Select "WIRELESS NETWORK" in "NETWORK". Connect to the access point equipped with the WPS function easily. Press and hold the power button to power off. Disconnect the LAN cable that connects the camera to your computer.

  • Page 22

    Connecting manually Enter "PASSWORD". Select "WIRELESS NETWORK" in "NETWORK". Click the "SAVE" button. If the sub settings are not displayed, click "+" on the left of "NETWORK". Click the "MANUAL" button. The settings to be configured on a browser have been complete.

  • Page 23: Connecting To A Computer Directly (wi-fi Direct

    Connecting to a computer directly Connecting manually (Wi-Fi Direct) Press and hold the power button to power off. Using the WPS function Disconnect the LAN cable that connects the Press and hold the power button to power off. camera to your computer. Disconnect the LAN cable that connects the Set the network mode switch to "DIRECT".

  • Page 24: Connecting Multiple Cameras

    Connecting Multiple Cameras To connect multiple cameras, configure the following settings. Select "MONITORING SETTINGS" in Select "COMMON SETTINGS" in "MANAGE". "NETWORK". If the sub settings are not displayed, click "+" on the If the sub settings are not displayed, click "+" on the left of "MANAGE".

  • Page 25: Attaching The Pantilter

    Attaching the Pantilter The supplied pantilter allows you to pan (move horizontally) and tilt (move vertically) the camera using your computer or smartphone. • Remove all cables before attaching the pantilter. • When using the pantilter, connect the AC adapter, AV cord, and external mic to the pantilter. •...

  • Page 26: Connecting The Ac Adapter, Removing The Pantilter

    Connecting the AC adapter Removing the pantilter Connect the supplied AC adapter to the DC connector To use the camera alone ( ➭ page 32), remove the of the pantilter. pantilter. • Be sure to unlock the pantilter before connecting the AC adapter. ( ➭ page 7) Loosen the camera fixing screw sufficiently.

  • Page 27: Establishing A Wired Connection

    Establishing a wired connection When establishing a wired connection to the computer or access point, attach the supplied LAN cable as follows. Required operating environment Browser: Internet Explorer 9 or later Set the network mode switch to "LAN(OFF)". RESET DIRECT WLAN LAN(OFF) ETHERNET DIRECT WLAN...

  • Page 28: Inserting/removing An Sd Card, Inserting, Removing, Approximate Recording Times, Compatible Sd Cards

    Inserting/Removing an SD Card Insert a separately purchased SD card to save recorded data to the card. The saved data can be deleted/ downloaded from a browser. • Turn off the power before inserting/removing the SD card. • The saved data can be played back by Windows Media Player 12 ( ➭ page 37). Inserting Compatible SD cards Insert the card straight with the terminal side facing...

  • Page 29: Attaching/removing The Battery, Attaching, Removing, Charging

    Attaching/Removing the Battery The camera can run with the battery power only. When the battery (BN-VG139U) (sold separately) is attached, videos can be transmitted/recorded even in places where the AC adapter cannot be used. • The battery cannot be used when the pantilter is attached. •...

  • Page 30: Connecting An External Mic, Connecting To The Camera, Attaching To The Hot Shoe

    Connecting an External Mic Connect an external mic to record external sounds. Connect a commercially available mic to the MIC terminal of the pantilter when it is attached, or of the camera when not attached. • Use the plug-in power type. •...

  • Page 31: Connecting The Av Cord, Connecting To The Camera, Connecting To The Pantilter

    Connecting the AV Cord Connecting to a TV or the like via an AV cord (sold separately) allows you to view images being recorded/ transmitted even without a computer or mobile terminal. Connect a separately purchased AV cord to the AV connector of the pantilter when it is attached, or of the camera when not attached.

  • Page 32: Using The Unit Alone, Turning On/off The Power, Starting/stopping Recording

    Using the Unit Alone Insert an SD card and attach the battery, so you can carry and use the unit as a normal video camera. Set whether to save recorded videos to the SD card or stream them wirelessly. ( ➭ page 41) Turning on/off the power Starting/Stopping recording Turning on the power...

  • Page 33: Controlling From A Web Browser, Logging In

    Controlling from a Web Browser You can control the unit from a web browser without installing additional software. To watch a video via a network, "MONITORING SETTINGS" ( ➭ page 18) must be set. Required operating environment OS: Windows 7 Browser: Internet Explorer 9 or later Logging in Use "USERNAME"...

  • Page 34: Controlling The Camera ("monitor" Tab)

    Controlling the camera ("MONITOR" tab) Control the camera and view images on the "MONITOR" tab. 1 Tab You can change the zoom amount on the Switch the display. "CAMERA SETTINGS" (page 45). "MONITOR" 2 Pantilter Control the camera and view streamed images. Pan/Tilt the camera in the direction you clicked.

  • Page 35

    rough guide). 3 Zoom ratio Displays the current zoom ratio. 4 Recording status Indicates the camera status. STANDBY: Recording not in progress REC: Recording in progress 5 Recording mode Recording mode: UXP, XP, SP, EP 6 SD card Indicates that an SD card can be used. 7 Remaining recording time Indicates the remaining recording time.

  • Page 36: Configuring The Camera Settings

    Configuring the camera settings Change the camera settings. * The screen can only be displayed when you are logged in as an administrator. 1 "AUTO REC" "IMPORT" button. (Click the button with a white Turn on/off the "AUTO REC" function that records sheet of paper shot in full screen.) only when the scene is changed.

  • Page 37: Managing Files Stored On The Sd Card ("file Management" Tab)

    [AVCHD] [BDMV] [STREAM] [XXXXX.MTS] (Video File) . . . (Management Information) [JVC] [BACKUP] [CLIPINF] [PLAYLIST] [INDEX.BDM] [MOVIEOBJ.BDM] • Do not delete/move/rename folders and files. • The saved data can be played back by Windows Media Player 12 ( ➭ page 37).

  • Page 38: Checking The Message History ("status" Tab

    Checking the message history ("STATUS" tab) Use the "STATUS" tab to check error messages or currently connected users. The "STATUS" tab is categorized into "CAMERA", "NETWORK", and "LOG IN USER". * The screen can only be displayed when you are logged in as an administrator. "CAMERA"...

  • Page 39: Using "jvc Cam Control, Installing "jvc Cam Control, Streaming Images

    Using "JVC CAM Control" The supplied "JVC CAM Control" allows you to control multiple cameras. Required operating environment ® Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit/64-bit, Pre-install, with SP1) ® ® CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz or higher (Intel Core 2 Quad 2.66 GHz or higher when using MPEG-2 TS(HD))

  • Page 40: Using The Mobile Terminal, Names Of Apps For Mobile Terminals

    (Android OS), for Android tablet, and for environment. iOS. Download the appropriate App. • Smartphone (Android OS 2.3 or later) Download "JVC CAM Control Single" from Google For smartphone (Android OS) Play Store. "JVC CAM Control Single" • Android tablet (Android OS 2.3 or later, Screen Required operating environment: Android OS 2.3 or...

  • Page 41: Setting Item List, Network

    Setting Item List If you log in as an administrator on a browser of your computer, you can change the settings. The settings are categorized into "NETWORK", "CAMERA/PAN TILTER", and "MANAGE". To display the setting item list, "Configuring the Camera Settings Appropriate for Your Needs" (page 13) "NETWORK"...

  • Page 42

    Setting for connecting to an access point (wireless "MANUAL" button LAN router) wirelessly (Wi-Fi). Displays the "ADD (MANUAL)" screen to enter "REGISTERED ACCESS POINT" the connection information manually. Lists up to eight access points that were connected before. "SELECT" button Select an access point from "REGISTERED ACCESS POINT"...

  • Page 43

    "MONITORING SETTINGS" Change the settings for connecting via a network. 1 "USER (JVC CAM driver)" Lists the registered users. For details, refer to page 19 . "ADD" button Up to four camera driver's users can be added. "UPDATE" button Update the user name and password of the registered user.

  • Page 44

    "STREAM SETTINGS" Format for transmitting/recording. 1 "STREAM 1 / STREAM 2" Select the quality of images to be streamed from the following: "MotionJPEG(640x360)/NONE" "MPEG-2 TS (720x576)/MotionJPEG (640x360)" "MPEG-2 TS (1920x1080)/MotionJPEG (640x360)" 2 "MAX FRAME RATE (MotionJPEG)" Select "15fps" or "7.5fps" for the maximum frame rate of MotionJPEG.

  • Page 45: Camera/pan Tilter

    "CAMERA/PAN TILTER" Configure the settings for the camera and pantilter on "CAMERA/PAN TILTER". Categorized into "CAMERA SETTINGS" and "PAN TILTER SETTINGS". "CAMERA SETTINGS" "PAN TILTER SETTINGS" Change the camera settings. Change the pantilter settings. 1 AUTO RESET POSITION Select "OFF" or "ON" for the function that resets 1 AUTO ZOOM RESET Select "OFF"...

  • Page 46: Manage

    "MANAGE" Configure the settings for the administrator and hardware on "MANAGE". Categorized into "COMMON SETTINGS", "MEDIA MANAGEMENT" and "TURN OFF CAMERA". "COMMON SETTINGS" "MEDIA MANAGEMENT" Change the settings of the administrator and camera. Format the SD card. 1 "CAMERA NAME" Enter 1 to 15 characters for the camera name displayed during viewing.

  • Page 47

    "TURN OFF CAMERA" Click the "EXEC" button to turn off the camera's power remotely. CAUTION * The power cannot be turned on remotely.

  • Page 48: Troubleshooting, Connection

    Troubleshooting Connection Problem Check Refer to • Check the remaining battery. The battery is no longer The battery cannot be charged. page 35 charged if already full. • Charge the battery. The power does not turn on when • Check if the connector is dirty. If it is dirty, clean it page 29 the battery is used.

  • Page 49: Setup

    Setup Problem Check Refer to • Check if the wireless (Wi-Fi) connection is complete. You cannot connect to the unit even • Check if the connection destination of a computer or when you are at home. mobile terminal is set to the camera. page 20 (You are requested to enter the •...

  • Page 50

    Problem Check Refer to • Retry to connect in a better reception environment. If there is a long distance or interference or if there is a microwave or another wireless device nearby, the communication speed may slow down or the The access point (wireless LAN connection may not be established.

  • Page 51

    Problem Check Refer to • Shooting stops automatically as it cannot be performed for 12 or more consecutive hours. Shooting stopped automatically. • The unit stops automatically to protect the circuit – when the temperature rises. Turn off the unit, wait for a while, and turn it on again.

  • Page 52

    Problem Check Refer to • Camera images disappear if no operation is performed for 120 hours. Perform one of the following so that images reappear: – Press the shooting button. (Shooting starts.) – Operate the pantilter. Camera images do not appear./ –...

  • Page 53: Error Messages

    Error messages Message Check Refer to PLEASE INSERT MEMORY CARD! • To record, insert an SD card into the camera. page 28 • If a card is used for the first time after purchase or NEED TO FORMAT MEMORY has been used with other devices, it may need to be page 46 CARD.

  • Page 54

    Message Check Refer to • The two passwords entered on the change password INCORRECT PASSWORD screen are different. Enter the same password in the – two fields. USE AC ADAPTER • When updating the firmware, connect the AC adapter. page 12 •...

  • Page 55: Lamp Status List

    Lamp Status List POWER POWER Status Record (Camera) (Pantilter) Power off Turns off – – – Power off (Charging) Blinks slowly – – – Power on (Activating) Lights Blinks – – Power on (Activation completed) Lights – – – Wireless/Wired disabled * –...

  • Page 56: Resetting To The Factory Settings, Deleting (resetting) The Connection Information

    Resetting to the factory settings Deleting (Resetting) the connection information Reset all the unit settings to factory default. Select "COMMON SETTINGS" in "MANAGE". Delete the connection information stored in the unit. If the sub settings are not displayed, click "+" on the Press and hold the reset button of the camera for left of "MANAGE".

  • Page 57: Updating The Firmware, Battery Pack (optional)

    Updating the firmware CAUTION • While updating the firmware, do not turn off the The firmware updater is sometimes uploaded to our power or remove the SD card. If the update fails, the website for operational improvement. unit may no longer be usable, e.g. the power can no (There is no notice on our website until the firmware longer be turned on.

  • Page 58: Specifications

    Specifications Camera Power supply Using the AC adapter: DC 12 V, Using a battery pack: DC 3.6 V Power consumption 5.6 W (when using the pantilter), Rated current consumption: 2 A Dimensions (mm) 73 x 48 x 90 (2 7/8'' x 1 15/16'' x 3 9/16'') (W × H × D) Mass Approx.

  • Page 59

    Stream output format Stream 1 Stream 2 Video JPEG (640x360) Format 1 None Audio LPCM 16 kHz 16 bit 1 ch System MPEG-2 TS — Format 2 Video H.264 Main Profile (720x576) JPEG (640x360) Audio AAC 48 kHz 16 bit 2 ch LPCM 16 kHz 16 bit 1 ch System MPEG-2 TS...

  • Page 60

    ©2012 JVC KENWOOD Corporation 0812HO-MW-VM...

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: