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Directory Structure Of Image Memory; Setting The Alarm Buffer; Alarm Buffer Setting Page - Sony IPELA SNC-RZ30N User Manual

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Directory Structure of Image
Memory
The images are recorded in the memory with the
following directory structure.
ATA memory card (A-slot): Slot A
ATA memory card (B-slot): Slot B
Built-in memory: Drive C
Each slot or drive has the following directory structure.
Drive root
Date
A
represents a folder created automatically. The
Date folder has a 6-digit folder name consisting of the
lower two digits of year (2 digits), month (2 digits) and
date (2 digits) . The Sensor 1, Sensor 2, Sensor 3 and
Act Det (activity detection) folders correspond to alarm
modes. The Timer folder corresponds to the periodical
recording mode. And, the Manual folder corresponds to
the manual mode.
JPEG image files are stored in each folder. If the digest
viewer is allowed, an HTML file (.html) and a Java
Script file (.js) are created automatically at the time of
each alarm event. For the periodical recording mode, an
HTML file (.html) and a Java Script file (.js) are created
automatically every 100 JPEG image files.
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Setting the Alarm Buffer — Alarm buffer setting Page
Alarm
Sensor 1
xxxxxxx.jpg
aaaaaa.html
aaaaaa.js
Sensor 2
yyyyyyy.jpg
bbbbbb.html
bbbbbb.js
Sensor 3
ActDet
Timer
zzzzzzz.jpg
cccccc.html
cccccc.js
ddddddd.jpg
Manual
eeeeeee.jpg
ffffffff.jpg

Setting the Alarm Buffer

— Alarm buffer setting Page

When you click Alarm buffer on the Administrator
menu, the Alarm buffer Setting page appears.
Use this page to set up for the alarm buffer used in the
FTP client function (see page 31) and the Image
memory function (see page 39).
Recording interval
Select the interval (in seconds) at which you want to
record an image in the alarm buffer.
You can select from among the following intervals:
SNC-RZ30N:
1/30, 1/15, 1/10, 1/5, 1/2, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
(seconds)
SNC-RZ30P:
1/25, 1/12, 1/8, 1/5, 1/2, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
(seconds)
Pre-alarm images
Type the number of images to be recorded before
detecting an alarm (Pre-alarm).
Post-alarm images
Type the number of images to be recorded after
detecting an alarm (Post-alarm).
Maximum alarm images
Displays the maximum number of images that can be
recorded in the alarm buffer with the current image size
and image quality.
Note
The number of Maximum alarm images differs
depending on the Image size and Image quality settings
on the Camera setting page.
Check the Maximum alarm images setting and set so
that the total number of Pre-alarm images and Post-
alarm images does not exceed the Maximum alarm
images.
If you set both Pre-alarm images and Post-alarm images
to 0, only one image is recorded at the moment when an
alarm is detected.
OK/Cancel
See "Buttons common to every setting page" on page
16.

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