1. Set MODE switch to LIVE.
2. A sensor capture icon will appear.
3. When activated, the PIR system
will monitor the surrounding area in
front of the door for motion. It will go
to standby mode when no motion is
detected or motion has ceased for 5 or
10 seconds (selectable, see Page 22)
4. You can view outside scene on the
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) monitor.
Use DISPLAY button to switch between
LCD ON/TEXTS OFF/LCD OFF. LCD ON
allows you to view a scene while in
live or record mode. TEXT OFF allows
you to view scene in live or record
mode without text appearing on the
screen. LCD OFF allows a scene to be
recorded without viewing. You can use
this position to conserve battery power,
but still record a scene for viewing
at a later time. Date, time, length of
recording, and file number are always
recorded and will be displayed on the
screen during playback.
5. When in live mode, press
change the Movie Quality (Fine/SP/LP).
6. Press OK to manually start
recording. Press OK again to stop
recording. Video files are stored as
standard AVI computer files in MPEG4
format. If no SD card is detected, files
will be stored to internal memory.
If an SD card is detected, video files
will store to the memory card . When
the memory is full, recording will stop
and the Full indicator (Red) light will
blink on/off. This indicates you should
replace the memory card or clear the
memory. The IntelliCorder can also be
set to auto-erase. In this setting the
oldest three files will be erased each
time. (See page 22)
PLAY Back Video Files using Monitor
A flashing Green light indicates new
files have been recorded. You can
monitor the playback picture on the
LCD screen using the IntelliCorder's
1. Set MODE switch to Play and
on the screen.
file to preview.
4. Press OK to open it.
5. Uses OK to play/pause/replay the
6. Use DISPLAY button to change
between LCD ON/TEXTS OFF/LCD OFF.
After 1 minute the IntelliCorder will go
into sleep mode.
When a video is playing:
- To Fast Forward or Rewind,
- To Zoom in or out, Press to zoom in
Note: Zoom is performed digitally; as
the zoom is increased, more video
noise (static) will appear in the picture.
Thumbnail file(s) will appear
to select the desired
to zoom out.