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    Bosch Video Management System Operator's Manual...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Bosch Video Management System Table of Contents | en Table of contents Using the Help Finding information Printing the Help Introduction System overview Hardware requirements Software requirements License requirements Supported system structures Concepts Enterprise System 4.1.1 Scenarios 4.1.2 Permissions 4.1.3 Types of user groups 4.1.4...

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    Using KBD Universal XF keyboard 11.1.1 KBD Universal XF keyboard user interface 11.2 Bosch IntuiKey keyboard user interface 11.2.1 Status display 11.3 Using a Bosch IntuiKey keyboard connected to a workstation 11.3.1 Starting the keyboard 11.3.2 Entering operation modes 11.3.3 Displaying cameras 11.3.4 Using the joystick 2013.07 | V1 | Operator Client...

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    Bosch Video Management System Table of Contents | en 11.3.5 Using softkeys 11.4 Using a Bosch IntuiKey keyboard connected to a decoder 11.4.1 Starting the keyboard 11.4.2 Displaying cameras 11.4.3 Using the joystick 11.4.4 Using softkeys User interface 12.1 Live Mode 12.2...

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    | Table of Contents Bosch Video Management System 13.3 Image window controls Troubleshooting 14.1 Updating an old Bosch VMS Archive Player version Glossary Index 2013.07 | V1 | Operator Client Operator's Manual Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH...

  • Page 7: Using The Help

    Bosch Video Management System Using the Help | en Using the Help To find out more about how to do something in Bosch VMS, access the online Help using any of the following methods. To use the Contents, Index, or Search: On the Help menu, click Help.

  • Page 8: Printing The Help

    | Using the Help Bosch Video Management System Printing the Help While using the Online Help, you can print topics and information right from the browser window. To print a Help topic: Right-click in the right pane and select Print.

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Bosch Video Management System Introduction | en Introduction Menu bar Allows you to select a menu command. Toolbar Displays the available buttons. Point to an icon to display a tooltip. Playback controls Allows you to control instant playback or a camera sequence or alarm sequence.

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    For detailed help and step-by-step instructions read the Configuration Manual and the Operator’s Manual or use the Online Help. You find the manuals as PDF files on your Setup CD. Bosch VMS Archive Player displays exported recordings. 2013.07 | V1 | Operator Client Operator's Manual...

  • Page 11: System Overview

    System overview | en System overview If you plan to install and configure Bosch VMS, participate in a system training on Bosch VMS. Refer to the Release Notes of the current Bosch VMS version for supported versions of firmware and hardware and other important information.

  • Page 12: Software Requirements

    Bosch Video Management System Software requirements See the data sheet for Bosch VMS. Bosch VMS must not be installed on a computer where you want to install Bosch VMS Archive Player. License requirements See the data sheet for Bosch VMS for the available licenses.

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    Single server system Management Server Multi server system Enterprise Management Server Use cases for multi system access Two Bosch VMS features valid for multi system environments are available: – Enterprise System – Server Lookup An operator might want to access a multi system environment for the following reasons: –...

  • Page 14: Concepts

    Bosch Video Management System Concepts This chapter provides background information on selected issues. Enterprise System The target of a Bosch VMS Enterprise System is to enable a user of Operator Client to simultaneously access multiple Management Servers. Related Topics –...

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    Bosch Video Management System Concepts | en Figure 4.1: Enterprise Scenario 1 Management Server Operator Client Configuration Client IP camera / encoder Enterprise Management Server Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH Operator's Manual 2013.07 | V1 | Operator Client...

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    | Concepts Bosch Video Management System – Scenario 2: Combination of Enterprise Management Server and Management Server role. In this case the own Management Server must also be part of the Enterprise Management Server configuration. Figure 4.2: Enterprise Scenario 2...

  • Page 17: Permissions

    Bosch Video Management System Concepts | en Figure 4.3: Classic Scenario 3 Management Server Operator Client Configuration Client IP camera / encoder 4.1.2 Permissions Permissions on an Enterprise System For an Enterprise System you configure the following permissions: – Operating permissions of Operator Client defining the user interface for operating in the Enterprise System, for example the user interface of the alarm monitor.

  • Page 18: Types Of User Groups

    Table 4.1: User groups 4.1.4 Licensing Bosch VMS Enterprise (MBV-BENT) version license is required at each Enterprise Management Server to enable the feature. For each Management Server assigned to one or more Enterprise User Groups, 1 license (MBV-XSUB) is required.

  • Page 19: Alarm Handling

    Bosch Video Management System Concepts | en The following image shows an example for Server Lookup in a multi system environment: Multi system environment Management Server Single server system Enterprise Management Server Multi server system Operator Client System access point:...

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    | Concepts Bosch Video Management System Alarm flow An alarm occurs in the system. Alarm notifications appear in the Alarm Lists of all users configured for this alarm. Alarm video is immediately displayed on configured monitors. If it is an automatically displayed alarm (auto pop-up), the alarm video is also automatically displayed on the Operator Client workstation’s alarm monitors.

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    Bosch Video Management System Concepts | en Auto pop-up alarms Alarms can be configured to automatically display (pop up) in the Alarm Image window, based on the alarm priority. Each user group's live and playback displays are also assigned priorities.

  • Page 22: Getting Started

    | Getting started Bosch Video Management System Getting started This chapter provides information on how to get started with Bosch VMS and with Bosch VMS Archive Player Accessing the system You access a system performing the following steps: Perform one of the following steps to select the network address of the desired system: –...

  • Page 23: Working Offline

    Getting started | en – To be sure that your Bosch VMS uses the language that you need, please configure this language in your Configuration Client. See the Online Help for details. If a newer version of the application is stored on the Management Server, this version is installed automatically by no-touch deployment when you log on.

  • Page 24: Accepting A New Configuration

    | Getting started Bosch Video Management System – Handling alarms, Alarm List – Indication of recording – Indication of state changes – PTZ control locking – Analog monitor group – Scripts Accepting a new configuration When the system administrator activates a new configuration from within Configuration Client, each Operator Client is either immediately restarted automatically or the user of a workstation is informed about the new configuration and can accept it later.

  • Page 25: Displaying Camera Images

    Bosch Video Management System Displaying camera images | en Displaying camera images This chapter provides information on how to display camera images. Some of the features described in this chapter can be deactivated for your user group. Selecting a time zone...

  • Page 26: Displaying A Camera In An Image Pane

    | Displaying camera images Bosch Video Management System – UTC–x: time zone of each available Management Server The time based on the selected time zone is displayed in the menu bar: Displaying a camera in an Image pane Main window To assign a camera image to an Image pane: Drag a camera from the Logical Tree window to an Image pane.

  • Page 27: Arranging Image Panes

    Bosch Video Management System Displaying camera images | en Arranging Image panes Main window To arrange Image panes: Move the slider for the Image pane pattern. Drag an item from the Logical Tree window to an Image pane. Repeat this until all required cameras are displayed.

  • Page 28: Starting A Pre-configured Camera Sequence

    | Displaying camera images Bosch Video Management System Notes: NVR recordings only: The icon in the Image pane bar changes to . Click to stop recording. If you do not click to stop recording, manual recording stops after the configured manual recording time.

  • Page 29: Using One Channel Audio Mode

    Bosch Video Management System Displaying camera images | en – Video loss – Connection to the camera lost – No permission to display the camera – Camera not configured In addition, for sequences displayed on an analog monitor via a decoder, DiBos cameras cannot be displayed.

  • Page 30: Using Digital Zoom

    | Displaying camera images Bosch Video Management System 6.12 Using digital zoom Main window Every Image pane provides a digital zoom function. This digital zoom has 11 levels: 1x, 1.35x, 1.8x, 2.5x, 3.3x, 4.5x, 6x, 8.2x, 11x, 14.9x, 20.1x.

  • Page 31: Switching To Full-screen Mode

    Bosch Video Management System Displaying camera images | en 6.15 Switching to full-screen mode Main window Full-screen mode hides many control elements, for example the menu commands or the Alarm List if no alarm monitor was switched to full-screen mode. For accessing these control elements, leave the full-screen-mode.

  • Page 32: Assigning A Camera To A Monitor

    You can assign IP devices to a decoder. This displays the video signal on the analog monitor and plays the audio signal on the speakers if connected to the decoder. DiBos and Bosch Allegiant cameras cannot be assigned this way.

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    Bosch Video Management System Displaying camera images | en The following screenshot shows an example: If you change the setting from stereo mix to microphone after the first start of Operator Client, the setting is overridden after the next start of Operator Client.

  • Page 34: Locking The Control Of A Ptz Camera

    | Displaying camera images Bosch Video Management System Notice! An incoming auto pop-up alarm can interrupt the transfer. 6.23 Locking the control of a PTZ camera Main window > You can lock the control of a PTZ camera for other users. A user with a higher priority can take over the control and lock the camera control.

  • Page 35: Displaying Video Via Low Bandwidth

    You can play back the recordings of a camera or view live images of a camera with Operator Client even if you have a low bandwidth network connection between Bosch VMS and your Operator Client computer. For using low bandwidth networks, the VRM must be equipped with at least one transcoding device.

  • Page 36: Using Maps And The Ptz Cameras

    | Using maps and the PTZ cameras Bosch Video Management System Using maps and the PTZ cameras This chapter provides information on how to use the Map window and the PTZ Control window. You can view a map in the required ratio and zooming factor. Hence, you see all your devices and their places at a glance.

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    Bosch Video Management System Using maps and the PTZ cameras | en Move the cursor to the left side of the Image pane. The cursor changes to an arrow. Click to swivel to the left direction in a small step. Keep the mouse button pressed to swivel continuously.

  • Page 38: Using Favorites And Bookmarks

    | Using favorites and bookmarks Bosch Video Management System Using favorites and bookmarks This chapter provides information on how to use the Favorites Tree and the Bookmark Tree. Favorites Tree You can add every item of the Logical Tree to the Favorites Tree to create your own subset of the Logical Tree.

  • Page 39: Adding A Bookmark

    Bosch Video Management System Using favorites and bookmarks | en To create a new View: Arrange the cameras in the Image window in Live Mode and in Playback Mode. If desired, use the digital zoom and select an image section.

  • Page 40: Editing A Bookmark

    | Using favorites and bookmarks Bosch Video Management System Editing a bookmark Main window > > Main window > > To edit a bookmark: Right-click a bookmark and click Edit Bookmark. The Edit Bookmark dialog box is displayed. Make changes if required.

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    Bosch Video Management System Using favorites and bookmarks | en Click Export. The size of the recordings to be exported is estimated. If free space is not enough, an error message is displayed. The recordings are exported to the selected data medium.

  • Page 42: Managing Recorded Videos

    | Managing recorded videos Bosch Video Management System Managing recorded videos This chapter provides information on how to manage recordings. Some of the features described in this chapter can be deactivated for your user group. Selecting a time zone...

  • Page 43: Using The Timeline

    Playing recorded videos Note: Bosch Allegiant cameras are not recorded within Bosch VMS. To play recorded videos: Assign a camera to an Image pane. Use a Timeline control for the required playing option.

  • Page 44: Authenticating Video Data (for Nvr Recordings Only)

    > The authenticity of all the cameras displayed in the Image window is checked to see whether they have been changed. You can only check the authenticity of DiBos and Bosch VMS NVR cameras. Other cameras are ignored. If non-authentic data is found, the process stops and the date and time of theses data is displayed.

  • Page 45: Deleting Video Data

    The data is exported in native (Bosch VMS Archive Player) or ASF format. When you export a video in native format, you can add Bosch VMS Archive Player as a viewer. Data in ASF format can be played with standard software such as Windows Media Player.

  • Page 46: Importing Video Data

    | Managing recorded videos Bosch Video Management System Click Export. The size of the recordings to be exported is estimated. If free space is not enough, an error message is displayed. The recordings are exported to the selected data medium.

  • Page 47: Performing A Forensic Search (only Vrm Recordings)

    Bosch Video Management System Managing recorded videos | en Exported audio and video files can be imported to display their saved images. On the Timeline menu, click the Load Exported Video... command. The dialog box for opening export files is displayed.

  • Page 48: Finding Logbook Entries

    | Managing recorded videos Bosch Video Management System To find motion: Select the Image pane where you want to find motion. Using the Hairline, select the time period on the Timeline. Click . The Motion Search dialog box is displayed. The selected time period is copied to the Start: and End: fields.

  • Page 49: Finding Recorded Video Data

    You can play back the recordings of a camera or view live images of a camera with Operator Client even if you have a low bandwidth network connection between Bosch VMS and your Operator Client computer. For using low bandwidth networks, the VRM must be equipped with at least one transcoding device.

  • Page 50: Handling Alarms

    | Handling alarms Bosch Video Management System Handling alarms This chapter provides information on how to handle alarms. Some of the features described in this chapter can be deactivated for your user group. Notice! A map displayed in an Alarm Image pane is optimized for display and contains only the initial view of the basic .dwf file.

  • Page 51: Clearing An Alarm

    Bosch Video Management System Handling alarms | en To add a comment to an alarm: Click The Workflow dialog box is displayed for entering a comment and displaying the action plan for this alarm. If no action plan is assigned to the alarm, the dialog box only displays the Comment: field.

  • Page 52: Displaying The Live Image Window

    | Handling alarms Bosch Video Management System To change the sequence of columns: Drag a column title and move it to the required position. To change the column width: Point to the right border of the column heading. The pointer becomes a double-headed arrow .

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    Bosch Video Management System Handling alarms | en When you recall the acceptance of an alarm, it returns to Active state in your Alarm List, and it reappears in the Alarm Lists of all users that originally received the alarm.

  • Page 54: Using A Cctv Keyboard

    | Using a CCTV keyboard Bosch Video Management System Using a CCTV keyboard This chapter describes how to use Bosch VMS Operator Client with a Bosch IntuiKey keyboard or a KBD Universal XF keyboard. 11.1 Using KBD Universal XF keyboard You can use the VideoTec DCZ keyboard as a USB keyboard for Bosch VMS.

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    Bosch Video Management System Using a CCTV keyboard | en Icon Function Confirm a number entry. PTZ mode on/off. Blinking indicates that the function is enabled. Set PTZ position. Enter a valid number for a preset and confirm with Blinking indicates that the input of a number is required.

  • Page 56: Bosch Intuikey Keyboard User Interface

    Notice! Every input on the keyboard is cleared after some seconds if no further input is made. This chapter describes the user interface of the Bosch IntuiKey keyboard. The following illustration shows the various interface elements of the keyboard: DSrv...

  • Page 57: Status Display

    Prod: Starts a scan process to find the connected workstation. If scanning is successful: In the softkey display, Terminal and Keyboard Control menus are displayed. For selecting Bosch VMS, press the Terminal softkey. Mon: Allows you to enter a monitor number (digital or analog monitor).

  • Page 58: Using A Bosch Intuikey Keyboard Connected To A Workstation

    11.3 Using a Bosch IntuiKey keyboard connected to a workstation A keyboard connected to a Bosch VMS workstation offers a wide variety of features. Both the analog and the digital mode are available. If the keyboard is connected to a decoder, the feature set is reduced. Only the analog mode is available.

  • Page 59: Displaying Cameras

    Bosch Video Management System Using a CCTV keyboard | en 11.3.3 Displaying cameras Enter a numeric command to display the camera with this logical number in the active Image pane or analog monitor. To display cameras of an Enterprise System, select the Management Server where these cameras are configured.

  • Page 60: Using Softkeys

    | Using a CCTV keyboard Bosch Video Management System – Tilt up / down when video is playing: Set the playback speed. – Tilt right / left: Pause and step forward / backward. In Jogshuttle Mode, the Focus and Iris buttons allow you to use the following feature: –...

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    Bosch Video Management System Using a CCTV keyboard | en Level Up Camera2 Camera1 Map1 Folder1 Map2 Map3 DOWN DOWN To use the Command Mode: Switch to the Command Mode. Press a softkey to execute the desired command. The following commands are available: –...

  • Page 62: Using A Bosch Intuikey Keyboard Connected To A Decoder

    After starting the keyboard you must log on to the Management Server. Notice! Only Bosch VMS users with number-only user names and number-only passwords can use the analog mode of a Bosch IntuiKey keyboard. The user must have access rights for the decoder connected to the Bosch IntuiKey keyboard.

  • Page 63: Using Softkeys

    Bosch Video Management System Using a CCTV keyboard | en – Twist the joystick to zoom in and out. – Tilt the joystick to pan and tilt a PTZ camera. – Use Focus and Iris buttons for a PTZ camera.

  • Page 64: User Interface

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System User interface This chapter contains information on all windows available in Operator Client of Bosch VMS. 12.1 Live Mode Main window > You automatically access Live Mode every time you log on.

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Menu bar Allows you to select a menu command. Toolbar Displays the available buttons. Point to an icon to display a tooltip. Playback controls Allows you to control instant playback or a camera sequence or alarm sequence.

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    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Image pane Displays a camera, a map, an image, a document (HTML file). Displays all alarms that the system generates. Allows you to accept or clear an alarm or to start a...

  • Page 67: Playback Mode Window

    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en 12.2 Playback Mode window Main window > You can right-click to display the context menu. If an incoming alarm has a lower priority than the currently displayed Image window, the tab starts blinking and indicates an alarm. If the incoming alarm has a higher priority than the Live or Playback Image window, the Alarm Image window is displayed automatically.

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    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Menu bar Allows you to select a menu command. Toolbar Displays the available buttons. Point to an icon to display a tooltip. Performance Displays the CPU usage and the memory usage. meter Time zone selector Select an entry for the time zone to be displayed in most time related fields.

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Allows to you to navigate through the recorded videos. Timeline window Allows you to find motion. Motion Search Results window Allows you to find recorded videos. Video Search Results window Displays all alarms that the system generates.

  • Page 70: Alarm Mode (alarm Display)

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Displays a site map. Allows you to drag the map to display a particular section of the map. If activated, a map is displayed automatically for each camera displayed in an Image pane. In this case, the camera must be window configured on a map.

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Notice! A map displayed in an Alarm Image pane is optimized for display and contains only the initial view of the basic .dwf file. Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH Operator's Manual 2013.07 | V1 | Operator Client...

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    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Menu bar Allows you to select a menu command. Toolbar Displays the available buttons. Point to an icon to display a tooltip. Playback controls Allows you to control instant playback or a camera sequence or alarm sequence.

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Alarm priority Displays the priority value that was configured in the Configuration Client for the automatic display behavior. Time Displays the time when the alarm was triggered. Alarm Sequence buttons Click to display the previous or next Alarm Image pane.

  • Page 74: Menu Commands

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System – PTZ Control window, page 86 – Monitors window, page 87 – Image window, page 87 – Image pane, page 88 – Alarm List window, page 93 12.4 Menu commands System menu commands...

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Find Video... Available only in Playback Mode. Click to display the Select Search Parameters dialog box. Toggle Image Pane Bars Hides or displays the Image pane bars. Show Less Image Panes Decreases the number of displayed Image panes.

  • Page 76: Triggering A User Event

    Restores the settings for monitor layout, user interface and options to the last loaded settings. Help menu commands Display Help Displays the Bosch VMS Online Help. About... Displays a dialog box containing information on the installed system, for example the version number.

  • Page 77: Select Search Parameters Dialog Box

    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Management Server: Select the IP address of the desired Management Server. 12.8 Select Search Parameters dialog box Main window > Tools menu > Find in Logbook... command Main window > Tools menu > Find in Logbook... command > Please select a Server dialog box >...

  • Page 78: Atm/pos Options Dialog Box

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Record only Click to select for searching record-only alarms. Force workflow Click to select for searching force workflow alarms. Auto-clear Click to select for searching auto-clear alarms. Add Device Click to display the Device Selection dialog box.

  • Page 79: Select Virtual Inputs Filter Settings Dialog Box

    Failover VRM Select to enable retrieving recordings from the Failover VRM. Main window > Extras menu > Options... command Allows you to configure parameters for using Bosch VMS. Control tab Dwell time for automatic sequences [s]: Enter the required number of seconds a camera is to be displayed in an Image pane. This time is also valid for alarm sequences.

  • Page 80: Logical Tree Window

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Display the map containing the camera of the selected Image pane Click to activate that the map of the camera in the selected Image pane is getting the focus. The map is displayed in the Map window of the Control monitor. If the selected camera is not configured on any map, the Map window is cleared.

  • Page 81: Search Dialog Box

    The data is exported in native (Bosch VMS Archive Player) or ASF format. When you export a video in native format, you can add Bosch VMS Archive Player as a viewer. Data in ASF format can be played with standard software such as Windows Media Player.

  • Page 82: Bookmarks Window

    Native format Click to select the Bosch VMS Archive Player format. Export file viewer Click to select that a setup for Bosch VMS Archive Player is stored in the location selected under Data Medium. ASF (Media Player Compatible) Click to select the ASF format (Windows Media Player compatible). In the list, select an entry for the quality.

  • Page 83: Add Bookmark Dialog Box

    The data is exported in native (Bosch VMS Archive Player) or ASF format. When you export a video in native format, you can add Bosch VMS Archive Player as a viewer. Data in ASF format can be played with standard software such as Windows Media Player.

  • Page 84: Export Multiple Bookmarks Dialog Box

    The data is exported in native (Bosch VMS Archive Player) or ASF format. When you export a video in native format, you can add Bosch VMS Archive Player as a viewer. Data in ASF format can be played with standard software such as Windows Media Player.

  • Page 85: Exports Window

    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Include Viewer Click to select that a setup for Bosch VMS Archive Player is stored. ASF (Media Player Compatible) Click to select the ASF format (Windows Media Player compatible). In the list, select an entry for the quality.

  • Page 86: Ptz Control Window

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System An Image pane that is connected to a camera displays the name of the camera, IP address and encoder input number, server number and the camera number in a tooltip. A brown frame around a camera Image pane indicates a static camera image.

  • Page 87: Monitors Window

    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Click to close the iris / open the iris. Prepositions: Select an entry to move the PTZ control to the predefined position. Click to save the current position of the PTZ camera to the selected preposition entry.

  • Page 88: Image Pane

    Displays a variable number of Image panes. Minimum is 1 Image pane. You can display one camera in several Image panes simultaneously. Allows you to perform the following tasks (not all tasks are available in Bosch VMS Archive Player): –...

  • Page 89: Timeline Window

    Allows you to navigate through recorded videos. The playback of all displayed Image panes is synchronized. Many features enable the precise finding of scenes you are searching for. The Timeline for NVR recordings in Operator Client and Bosch VMS Archive Player displays the following information indicated by a color or hatching: NVR recording...

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    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Click to zoom in or zoom out the Timeline. Move the slider to adjust the playback speed for the selected cameras. Changing the playback speed, page 44 Use the controls to control the playback of the selected cameras.

  • Page 91: Motion Search Dialog Box

    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Displays the Timelines of the cameras in the camera list. Allows you rapid time positioning for playing the corresponding videos. Using the Timeline, page 43 Exporting video data, page 45 Finding motion (only NVR recordings), page 47...

  • Page 92: Forensic Search Dialog Box (only Vrm Recordings)

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System 12.33 Forensic Search dialog box (only VRM recordings) Main window > > Timeline tab > Select time period with Hairline > Click Allows you to find video data with selecting a Forensic Search type, for example IVA. You configure the Forensic Search in the Surveillance Tasks field.

  • Page 93: Unprotect Video Dialog Box

    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en If you uncheck, all recordings beginning with the specified start date are protected. Protect Click to protect the selected time period. 12.35 Unprotect Video dialog box Main window > > Timeline menu > Unprotect Video... command Allows you to protect the selected video data.

  • Page 94: Used Icons

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System Click to clear an alarm. You cannot clear an alarm that has the comment or force workflow attribute before you have displayed the action plan and entered a comment. If the alarm is configured as an auto-clear alarm, the alarm is removed from the Alarm List after the auto-clear time (configured in the Configuration Client).

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Audio on / off Click to display / hide the toolbar of each Image pane. Click to display the Image pane in full-screen mode. Click to print an image of the selected Image pane.

  • Page 96

    | User interface Bosch Video Management System DiBos camera Recording DiBos camera State unknown Too bright Too dark Too noisy Reference check failed (for example because the camera was moved) Relay Inputs Command Script Document Camera sequence Camera sequence is interrupted Camera sequence is playing.

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    Bosch Video Management System User interface | en Click to display the Alarm Image window (only available if alarms are pending). Click to display Live or Playback Mode again when the Alarm Image window is displayed. See also – Timeline window, page 89...

  • Page 98: Keyboard Shortcuts

    | Keyboard shortcuts Bosch Video Management System Keyboard shortcuts This section lists the available keyboard shortcuts for a US keyboard layout. + indicates that each key must be pressed simultaneously (for example, Control+z means to press the Control key and the z key simultaneously).

  • Page 99: Troubleshooting

    This chapter contains information on how to handle known problems using Bosch VMS Operator Client Bosch VMS Archive Player. Problems with playing recorded videos Caution! Do not attempt to play recorded videos exported with Bosch VMS V.1.1 with Archive Player from Bosch VMS V.1.0. This can result in data loss. Issue Cause...

  • Page 100: Glossary

    In this dialog box, a second user must log on. If not, user B cannot start the Operator BVIP Bosch Video over IP. Name of a growing family of Client. video products, cameras, encoders and decoders Duplex that communicate via IP (Internet Protocol).

  • Page 101: Glossary

    Intercom functionality Enterprise Management Server Used to talk on the loudspeakers of an encoder. Bosch VMS Management Server hosting the This encoder must have audio-in and audio-out. configuration of Enterprise User groups. You need The Intercom functionality can be granted per one or more Enterprise User groups referring to user group.

  • Page 102: Glossary

    Failover NVR, or as perturbing influences such as rain and moving Redundant NVR. This NVR is different from the plants. VIDOS NVR which can be integrated in Bosch Video Management System. Logbook Container for logging all events in Bosch Video Operator Client Management System.

  • Page 103: Glossary

    View Timeline Collection of cameras assigned to Image panes Part of the Bosch Video Management System user that you can recall for instant live viewing. Image interface. Displays lines as graphical panes with maps or HTML files can be part of a representations of the recordings of the selected View.

  • Page 104: Index

    45, 81, 83, 84, 89 Bosch Video Management System export:bookmark, 40, 41, 45, 46 Online Help, 7 Bosch VMS Archive Player, 45, 81, 83, 84, 99 Favorite, 38 finding information in the Help , 7 Logbook entries, 48, 49, 76, 77...

  • Page 105: Index

    Bosch Video Management System Index | en general settings, 79 new configuration available, 24 NVR, 11 NVR recordings Hairline, 89 alarm recording, 27 HD camera, 80 help, 7, 8 help , 7 offline, 23, 24 HTML files, 87 online application Help, 7...

  • Page 106: Index

    | Index Bosch Video Management System save bookmark, 39 update reference image, 34 search used icons, 94 Logical Tree, 26 user search for motion, 47, 89 delete, 24 searching for Logbook entries, 48, 49, 76, 77 remove, 24 sequence, 28...

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