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Basic Event Configuration; Configuring Motion Detection - 3xLogic VX-3M-F-AWD User Manual

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5.2 Basic Event Configuration

Purpose:
This section explains how to configure the network camera to respond to alarm events, including motion
detection, video tampering alarm input, alarm output and exceptions. These events can trigger alarm actions,
such as Send Email, Notify Surveillance Center, etc. For example, when motion detection is triggered, the
network camera sends a notification to an e-mail address.
On the event configuration page, click
hide it.
NOTE:
Click the direction buttons to control the pan/tilt movements.
Click the zoom/iris/focus buttons to realize lens control.
The functions vary depending on different camera models.

CONFIGURING MOTION DETECTION

Purpose:
Motion detection detects object movement in the configured surveillance area, and a series of actions can be
taken when the alarm is triggered.
In order to detect the moving objects accurately and reduce the false alarm rate, normal configuration and
expert configuration are selectable for different motion detection environments.
Steps:
1.
Enter the motion detection setting interface: Configuration > Event > Basic Event > Motion Detection
2.
Toggle the Enable Motion Detection checkbox.
When Enable Motion Detection in PTZ Control is toggled on, motion detection can also trigger
alarms when the speed dome is performing PTZ actions.
When Enable Dynamic Analysis for Motion is toggled on, detected objects are marked with a
tracking rectangle in the live view.
3.
Select the configuration mode as Normal or Expert then set the corresponding motion detection
parameters.
Normal
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