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Performance Series IP Camera Software Configuration Guide

Table 3-1 Video Encoder Settings

Main Stream
Sub Stream

System Menus

Figure 3-6 System Menu

When you log in to the camera using the web client, the Live View interface opens by default.
To access the Playback, Setup, and Alarm interfaces, or to log out, select the corresponding
tab in the system menus area.

Live View Controls

From the Live View controls toolbar, you can zoom in on a scene, take a snapshot, or manually
record video. These controls are described in more details below.

Figure 3-7 Live View Window Controls

Table 3-2 Live View Window Controls

Delivers high definition video for real-time monitoring,
recording, and storage. Uses the most bandwidth.
Delivers low/standard definition video, typically for remote
monitoring in lower network bandwidth environments.
You can select the stream media protocol from the drop-
down list. There are three options: TCP, UDP, or Multicast.
TCP: Provides most reliable data transmission. Higher
latency and bandwidth use than UDP.
UDP: Provides fastest data transmission. Lower latency and
bandwidth use than TCP but allows some data loss (such as
dropped frames).
Multicast: Provides the most efficient use of bandwidth if
large numbers of clients are viewing the video
While viewing live video, click and hold down the left mouse
button to zoom in on a specific area. Right-click the mouse to
return to the previous magnification.
Click to take a snapshot, saved as a JPEG at the default
location (\picture download).
To change the save path, see
SetupCamera SetupVideoPath.
on page 61. Or go to

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