• When the specified area is zoomed in, the center may
be shifted or some portion of the image may appear
out of the monitor image section. In this case, click the
point you want to move to the center or click the arrow
button on the image control section.
Zooming Using the Center Wheel of
When you use the ActiveX viewer, you can zoom in/out
using the center wheel of the mouse. Turn the center
wheel forward to zoom in, and backward (toward you)
to zoom out.
• This function does not operate when you use a mouse
without the center wheel.
• This function does not operate on the Java applet
viewer or the Server push viewer.
• This function may not operate correctly depending on
your system environments.
Zooming Using the Zoom Bar
You can operate the optical zoom (×1 to ×25) using the
zoom bar displayed under the monitor image.
to zoom in to the TELE end (×25).
to zoom out to the WIDE end (×1).
Click on the zoom bar, and the image is zoomed in or out
according to the clicked position.
• This function does not operate on the Server push
• The zoom bar only allows optical zoom (×1 to ×25)
even if the Zoom mode on the Camera setting page is
set to Full.
You can send an image or output a trigger to control the
alarm output, using the image control section on the
main viewer page.
For this function, user access right Level 3 or Level 4 is
required (see page 27).
Trigger on the menu section to display the
trigger control parts.
Image control section (trigger control parts)
Sending a Still Image File to an FTP
If you select FTP send and click
image is captured and the captured image file is sent to
the FTP server specified on the FTP client setting page.
To use this function, you need to select the Use FTP
client function option and the Manual mode on the
FTP client setting page.
For details, see "Sending Images to FTP Server — FTP
client setting Page" on page 31.
Sending a Still Image via E-mail
If you select Mail send and click
image is captured and an E-mail with the captured image
file attached is sent to the E-mail address(es) specified
on the SMTP setting page.
To use this function, you need to select the Use SMTP
function option and the Manual mode on the SMTP
For details, see "Sending an Image via E-mail — SMTP
setting Page" on page 35.
, the current still
, the current still
Controlling the Application Manually