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Network Video Recorder
Product Code:
NI525A – Twister Super LoLux HD9 NVR

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    User's Guide Network Video Recorder Product Code: NI525A – Twister Super LoLux HD9 NVR...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR ....11 Introduction ..............11 1.1.1 Product Description ............. 11 1.1.2 Condition of delivery ........... 11 Package content ............11 Server Overview ............12 1.3.1 Front View ..............12 1.3.2 Rear View ..............12 1.3.3 Connections ...............

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    Contents NVR Software - Installation ........27 Installation information ..........27 Standard installation ........... 28 Customized installation ..........29 Distributed installation ..........29 Update installation ............32 3.5.1 Installing individual patches ......... 32 Installing patches for the SeeTec client or SeeTec OfflineViewer for 32-bit operating systems .....

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    Contents Configuring encrypted communication in SeeTec 5 ..37 Access data ..............39 NVR Software - SeeTec client ........41 File menu ..............41 4.1.1 Language selection............41 4.1.2 Changing passwords ............ 41 4.1.3 Client configuration ............. 42 Network tab ............... 42 Client tab ..............

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    Contents 4.2.5 Enabling / disabling fullscreen mode ......51 4.2.6 Loading / restoring the user interface layout ....51 4.2.7 Restoring the default user interface ....... 51 4.2.8 Keep aspect ratio ............51 4.2.9 Frameless display ............51 4.2.10 Hide status bar of cameras automatically ....... 51 4.2.11 Camera overview, control, buttons, patrol, alarm list ..

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    Contents NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance ......59 General ................ 59 Configuration Mode ............. 60 5.2.1 Adding hardware and saving images ......62 Add new hardware component ........62 Add new hardware components by using the camera configuration wizard ............ 62 Adding new hardware –...

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    Contents 5.2.9 Alarm scenarios ............111 Creating alarm scenarios ..........111 General ..............111 Validity ..............113 Coloring ..............113 Test ................ 113 Server actions ............115 Adding involved persons ..........117 Enter text for message display ........118 Play sound ............... 118 Running external applications ........

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    Contents E-mail Management ..........127 SNMP server ............128 NAT list ..............129 EBÜS interface ............129 5.2.14 Event Management ........... 130 General ..............130 Automatic database purge .......... 130 Manual database purge ..........130 System events............131 5.2.15 Server ..............132 CameraManagement ..........

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    Contents Controlling the camera by clicking on the camera image . 145 5.3.8 Button bar ............... 146 5.3.9 Alarm list tab ............146 5.3.10 Create, save, open and delete layers ......148 Create temporary layer ..........148 Save local layer ............148 Load local layer ............

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    Contents NVR Software - SeeTec Administration ....167 General settings ............167 Configure core services ..........167 Configure management database (MaxDB) ....167 6.3.1 Backup the management database ......168 6.3.2 Restoring management database backups ....168 6.3.3 Enlarging the storage space (adding volumes) ....169 6.3.4 Setting the MaxDB cache size ........

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    Contents 8.1.3 Multiple layer ............180 8.1.4 Play recordings ............180 8.1.5 Save sequence as AVI file .......... 181 Sample alarm scenario configuration ......181 8.2.1 Setting up Network I/O ..........181 8.2.2 Creating and configuring alarm scenarios ..... 182...

  • Page 13: Nvr Hardware - Super Lolux Hd9 Nvr

    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR 1 NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Introduction Dear customer, Thanks a lot for choosing a high quality Super LoLux product. 1.1.1 Product Description The Super LoLux HD9 NVR is a high performance network video recorder for small- scale video installations with up to 9 Super LoLux HD cameras.

  • Page 14: Server Overview

    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Server Overview 1.3.1 Front View The power switch is located at the front. 1.3.2 Rear View 1.3.3 Connections The following connectors are accessible on the back side: I. VGA for monitor connection II. Serial Port III.

  • Page 15: Server Configuration

    Connect monitor (I), mouse/keyboard (II) and a network cable at LAN2 (V) Start the Server and login to Windows. Use as user name: admin and Password: jvc. Connection with Windows Remote Desktop Connect the Server with a network cable at LAN2 (V) and a Switch.

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    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR On LAN2 the Super LoLux HD9 NVR is configured with the IP address 192.168.2.100. Configure the Client PC with an IP address in the same subnet. Open the “Control Panel” via “Start” button to access “Network and Sharing Center”.

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    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Open the „Change adapter settings“ option. Right-click your Ethernet connection and choose “Properties” Open „Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP)“.

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    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Assign an IP address in the same range like the Server 192.168.2.xxx (1-99; 101 - 254) Please note: Avoid the use of IP addresses which are already assigned to other devices like your Internet Router or the Super LoLux HD9 NVR. After changing the IP close all windows with press „OK“...

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    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Type in the IP address of the Super LoLux HD9 NVR: 192.168.2.100. Use as credentials User: admin and Password: jvc...

  • Page 20: Change Ip Addresses In The Camera Network

    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR 1.4.2 Change IP addresses in the camera network After the successfully established access to the server with one of previous options you can configure the server. This server has a pre-installed Windows 7 Professional 32bit operating system.

  • Page 21: Configuration Settings Overview

    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Configuration Settings Overview Username Server: admin Password Server: Server IP address: 192.168.2.100 Server LAN Port: 2 (client network) Camera network IP: DHCP (no IP address is configured) Camera network LAN Port:...

  • Page 22: Hardware Specifications

    NVR Hardware - Super LoLux HD9 NVR Hardware Specifications YSTEM CPU Type: Intel Atom D525 1.8GHz (Dual Core Processor) Graphics: Intel Luna Pier Refresh Pineview-D Integrated Graphics Engine Audio: Intel HD Audio Specification Rev1.0 compatible System Memory: 2 GB DDR3 SO-DIMM socket Operating System: Windows 7 Professional (32 bit) NTERFACE...

  • Page 23: Nvr Software - General Information

    NVR Software - General information NVR Software - General information Architecture SeeTec 5 features a modular and network-based approach. All functions are organized in modules that communicate via TCP/UDP and enable the scalability of the entire system through shared installation on different computers. The most important system characteristics include: ®...

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    NVR Software - General information Abbildung 1: Example for an architecture overview with distributed server functionality and Internet connection See chapter Module overview (page 23).

  • Page 25: Module Overview

    NVR Software - General information Module overview 2.2.1 Administration services The services SeeTec5_ENT (SeeTec EntityManager), SeeTec5_EVT (SeeTec EventManager) and SeeTec5_ALARM (SeeTec AlarmManager) provide powerful services for the central management of the SeeTec Installation along with the MaxDB database. If suitable hardware is used, up to 30 alarms per second can be managed.

  • Page 26: Multimediadatabase (seetec5_mdb)

    NVR Software - General information Each CameraManagement module is able to manage up to 250 cameras, depending on the required image rates and the operating system in use. Using the module on multiple computers multiplies the number of cameras and can also support very large installations with up to 5000 cameras.

  • Page 27: System Requirements

    NVR Software - General information System requirements Performance requirements of SeeTec server services primarily depend on the video ® volume transferred and/or the storage hardware used. Basically, Intel processors should be used because they deliver much better performance with SeeTec than other comparable AMD processors.

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    NVR Software - General information Minimum hardware requirements for 32 bit operating systems:  Performance: ® Intel Dual Core CPU 2 GHz (or comparable)  Main storage: 2 MB RAM min.  Hard-disk storage: 20 GB min. + storage for image recording ...

  • Page 29: Nvr Software - Installation

    NVR Software - Installation NVR Software - Installation Installation information Important Since several VB scripts are used for installation, we recommend deactivating any virus scanner during the installation procedure. SeeTec 5 may not be installed on a compressed drive as this may cause problems with the MaxDB.

  • Page 30: Standard Installation

    NVR Software - Installation Standard installation The standard installation (= SeeTec Core Package) is suited for individual workstations or host computers in distributed installation environments. It contains the following modules:  SeeTec 5 client  SeeTec 5 server services Installing the SeeTec 5 software 1.

  • Page 31: Customized Installation

    NVR Software - Installation After the installation, you can create additional zones in the SeeTec Administration, see chapter Configure MultimediaDatabase (page 170). ® 12. Optional: Configure the Windows firewall for MPEG-4 usage. 13. Click on Install to start the installation. Customized installation With a customized installation you can install individual components on one computer (for a distributed installation on multiple computers, see chapter...

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    NVR Software - Installation IPv6 addresses are currently not supported. 7. In the Default zone dialog, click on Configure zone. 8. In the Path field, select a path for the MultimediaDatabase (database for image recording). The default path for the MultimediaDatabase is: [SeeTec installation directory]/re/md/mds/data.

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    NVR Software - Installation Important Should the connection to the administrative services be interrupted and not restored immediately, all distributed servers are set to emergency mode: Standard recording of all cameras on the distributed server continues. The following restrictions apply for alarm recording: ...

  • Page 34: Update Installation

    NVR Software - Installation Update installation Note There are two ways to update the SeeTec 5 software:  Patches for a system update become available.  You have a complete version of the software. 3.5.1 Installing individual patches Installing patches for the SeeTec client or SeeTec OfflineViewer for 32-bit operating systems 1.

  • Page 35: Installing Patches For The Seetec Server For 64-bit Operating Systems

    NVR Software - Installation Installing patches for the SeeTec server for 64-bit operating systems 1. Stop the SeeTec5_ENT service under Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services or use the SeeTec ServiceManager (Stop all SeeTec services). 2. Extract the ZIP file of the patch in the directory C:\Program Files\SeeTec and overwrite any existing files.

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    NVR Software - Installation 5. Copy the new license key to the conf directory of the existing SeeTec installation folder. 6. Install the new complete version in the directory of the older version. Note If you perform an update to a newer SeeTec version, all configuration settings will be maintained.

  • Page 37: License Key

    NVR Software - Installation License key In order to allow for flexible scaling of your surveillance system, the number of managed cameras and the client functionality are bound to a license key. 3.6.1 Requesting a license key If you are setting up a new system and did not purchase the SeeTec.key license key from a SeeTec distributor, you can request a license key over the Internet.

  • Page 38: Installing A License Key

    NVR Software - Installation 3.6.2 Installing a license key 1. Save the old SeeTec.key license key in the C:\Program Files\SeeTec\conf directory. 2. Copy the new SeeTec.key license file to this directory. Note If you are using a demo license, its remaining duration is displayed each time when starting the SeeTec Surveillance.

  • Page 39: Starting The Core Services (without Seetec Servicemanager)

    NVR Software - Installation 3.7.2 Starting the core services (without SeeTec ServiceManager) 1. Open the Services window and start the service named MaxDB: SEETEC. 2. Start the SeeTec5_CM service. 3. Wait for about 10 seconds before starting SeeTec Surveillance. All other required SeeTec services will be started automatically. 3.7.3 Stopping the core services (without SeeTec ServiceManager)

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    NVR Software - Installation The generated key pair is stored in the directory conf of the SeeTec Installation (file: keystore). For distributed installations, this file must be copied to the conf directory on all SeeTec servers. Distribution to SeeTec server should take place via secured communication paths.

  • Page 41: Access Data

    NVR Software - Installation Access data By default, the SeeTec 5 software features an administrator user who will have full access to the entire system. Starting SeeTec Surveillance 1. In the start menu under All Programs > SeeTec > SeeTec 5, click on SeeTec Surveillance.

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    NVR Software - Installation Note When the option Log in user automatically is activated, then user name and password are saved. If automatic login is used, entering a comment is not possible. To switch off the option Log in user automatically, do the following: 1.

  • Page 43: Nvr Software - Seetec Client

    NVR Software - SeeTec client NVR Software - SeeTec client The SeeTec client is available as 32-bit version and 64-bit version. When the client is installed on a 64-bit operating system, both client versions will be installed always. The link in the start menu always connects to the 32-bit client. 1.

  • Page 44: Client Configuration

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.1.3 Client configuration 1. In the File menu, select Client configuration to change the client settings: Only the SeeTec administrator can open Client configuration. Important The following settings must be configured for each client and for ®...

  • Page 45: Client Tab

    NVR Software - SeeTec client Client tab Suppress warning on If there is a time lag of more than 10 seconds time difference to server between client and server, a message is displayed at login. You can suppress this message here. Delete entities without If this option is selected, the respective entity confirmation in...

  • Page 46: User Interface Tab

    NVR Software - SeeTec client User interface tab Start client in fullscreen Enable this option to start the client in mode fullscreen mode. Note The fullscreen mode can also be enabled / disabled by using the ESC key. Use multiple timelines Select whether you want to use the old or the new player interface in Archive Mode.

  • Page 47: Alarm Suppression Tab

    NVR Software - SeeTec client Alarm suppression tab You must first create a new alarm group in order to suppress alarms in Surveillance Mode. 1. Click on New alarm group. 2. Add all alarms belonging to the group. 3. Finally, define under which circumstances no alarms are to be displayed by selecting the respective checkbox if the alarm should be suppressed (digital input open or closed).

  • Page 48: Changing Profiles

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 1. To enable and configure joystick control, go to the Client configuration, select the Input devices tab and in the device list, select the joystick that you want to configure. The right side of the dialog lists the joystick functions. 2.

  • Page 49: Change Seetec Installation

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.1.7 Change SeeTec Installation If you have installed multiple independent SeeTec servers, then you can connect to another SeeTec server: 1. Select Change SeeTec Installation in the File menu. 2. In the Computer name field, enter the computer name or the IP address of the SeeTec server.

  • Page 50: Login

    NVR Software - SeeTec client Note If connection to SeeTec Installation is interrupted, (due to network problems etc.), SeeTec client tries to reconnect cyclically. A maximum of 15 SeeTec Installations, with 100 cameras, each can be connected. The following functions are simultaneously available only for one SeeTec installation: ...

  • Page 51: Settings

    NVR Software - SeeTec client Settings You can configure the following settings for each server via File > Client configuration:  Network tab: Bandwidth limitations User interface You can again disconnect individual SeeTec Installations in File menu (Close connections) or delete them entirely from the selection dialog (Delete SeeTec Installations).

  • Page 52: Layer Menu

    NVR Software - SeeTec client Layer menu Important The following settings must be configured for each client and for ® each Windows login profile. 4.2.1 Adding windows / layers If multiple monitors are connected to a PC, you can add multiple SeeTec windows. 1.

  • Page 53: Load Local Layer

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.2.3 Load local layer 1. To load the layer, right-click on an opened layer or camera and under Load local layer select the layer that you want to open. You can also open the desired layer under Layer > Load local layer. 4.2.4 Remove local layer 1.

  • Page 54: System Events

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.2.12 System events Display the system events field by using the System events option, see chapter System events (page 131). 4.2.13 Search (Configuration Mode only) 1. Display the search window to perform a well-directed search for elements. You can search for the following elements.

  • Page 55: Extras Menu

    NVR Software - SeeTec client Extras menu 4.3.1 Manual reference image comparison (Surveillance Mode only) The reference image comparison allows you to spot changes of the camera alignment. Note Only a SeeTec administrator can perform this step. 1. Open the reference image comparison. 2.

  • Page 56: Image Management (configuration Mode Only)

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.3.2 Image management (Configuration Mode only) Image management allows you to use your own icons for buttons, cameras, maps, layers, web pages, or digital input. Supported image formats are JPG, GIF, PNG, and BMP. 1. Open image management and click on Add. 2.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec client 1. For secondary installations only: In the MultimediaDatabase dropdown list, select the MultimediaDatabase from which you want to export image data. 2. Mark the cameras (by clicking with the mouse or by using the CTRL key and the mouse) from which you want to export image data.

  • Page 58: Image Data Multi-export To The Server (configuration Mode Only)

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.3.5 Image data multi-export to the server (Configuration Mode only) With multi-export, you can save recorded image data from several cameras at the same time locally on your SeeTec server. Important For an export, enter a temporary path in the MultimediaDatabase configuration.

  • Page 59: Status Query For Automated Image Data Export

    NVR Software - SeeTec client The installation files for the SeeTec OfflineViewer are located in <SeeTec installation directory>\tools\OfflineViewer. During export, the SeeTec OfflineViewer installation file and a CD/DVD burning program (Totally Free Burner) are also copied to the export directory. 4.3.6 Status query for automated image data export The recorded image data can be exported automatically every day, see chapter...

  • Page 60: System

    NVR Software - SeeTec client 4.4.4 System The following system information can be displayed by using the System menu:  System environment (operating system, architecture, Java version)  SeeTec license  Logged on SeeTec clients (IP address of the client PCs) The SeeTec administrator sees the following information about the logged in SeeTec clients: ...

  • Page 61: Nvr Software - Seetec Surveillance

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance General Almost all SeeTec 5 settings and the presentation of image data can be performed through a client (SeeTec Surveillance). This client is the central control and display unit of the surveillance system and is used for the configuration of all SeeTec 5 services.

  • Page 62: Configuration Mode

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Configuration Mode In Configuration Mode, all hardware- and software-related settings of your network-based video surveillance system are performed. At the bottom of the client screen, you will find help texts for all tasks and steps you perform in Configuration Mode with detailed information on individual fields and procedures.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Administrator view: This tree element shows all software functions and all included components by category. It is only displayed in Configuration Mode. Component overview: This overview will change according to the component selected from the Administrator view and will guide you through the configuration of individual components.

  • Page 64: Adding Hardware And Saving Images

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.1 Adding hardware and saving images The Hardware dialog lists all components presently installed, e.g. cameras, video servers or input / output devices. Network cameras consist of a camera unit and a video server unit. For this reason, the Hardware dialog always shows the video server followed by a camera, which is appended below.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 6. Optional: Activate the Use authorization checkbox and enter the user name and password for accessing the hardware component. 7. In the Host (IP address or name) field, enter the IP address or the host name.

  • Page 66: Adding New Hardware - Generic Camera

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note The Select an IP installer button opens the previously selected IP installer program of the camera manufacturer. Adding new hardware – Generic camera With the generic video driver, you can use cameras that are not integrated in the SeeTec software.

  • Page 67: Copying Hardware

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note Make sure that the IP address within the URL matches the IP address of the camera with the generic video driver. Copying hardware An existing camera or similar hardware component can be used as a template for adding cameras.

  • Page 68: Changing Settings

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Changing settings 1. Select the hardware component and click on Edit. Alternatively, double-click on the hardware. Depending on the hardware, you can perform or modify the following settings: IP camera / video server configuration General Note Except the camera type itself, you can basically change each setting later.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance MPEG-4 / H.264 audio settings 1. For analog video servers: Select the Camera that will send an audio stream. 2. Enter the Audio codec to be used. 3. Activate the Audio option in the Video settings dialog or in the Video profiles dialog for multi-streaming.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Digital outputs 1. Activate the digital outputs. 2. In the Name for CLOSED and Name for OPENED fields, enter a unique name. 3. In the Hold time (s) field, enter the time at which the output is opened or closed (0 = infinite).

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note There is an exceptional case with respect to camera type: You can redirect control signals of a video encoder to another camera with connected PTZ control unit. An independent RS-485- port of video encoder is required per redirection. Configure the redirection of a video encoder's control signals as follows: 1.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance If you are using the timeshift buffer, the camera images will be cached on the SeeTec client before they will be displayed. This helps normalize the fluctuations in live display with regard to time gaps between individual images. This is mainly the case with cameras that have a narrow bandwidth connection.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance MultimediaDatabase servers If you are using multiple MultimediaDatabases, this selection list is used to specify for each image source on which computer image data is to be stored. The Info button displays all image settings of the standard and alarm recording as well as the load of the MultimediaDatabase for this camera.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance This time range can be specified in an Alarm scenario as the maximum pre-alarm duration. If standard recording is enabled, the pre-alarm duration from the standard recording is transferred to the alarm recording. If standard recording is disabled, the images for the pre-alarm duration are buffered in the SeeTec installation directory and transferred to the alarm recording when the alarm scenario starts.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Tracking data and audio recordings are always deleted. 4. You can set the time for the Data Aging search under Server > MultimediaDatabase > General in the Time of Data Aging search field. The Data Aging search is performed once a day. If the MultimediaDatabase service is unavailable at this time, the storage space of the images of the previous day, that should be reduced, will not be reduced at a later point either.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Video settings (multi-streaming disabled) 1. MPEG-4 / H.264 streaming only (configure the audio settings in the MPEG- 4 / H.264 audio menu): Activate Audio, if the camera audio stream is to be transferred and recorded. If you want a user in Surveillance Mode to listen to the audio stream, he must be assigned the corresponding right in Authorization Management.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance For Motion JPEG / MxPEG streaming the following applies (standard and alarm recording): 1. Use Frame rate and Resolution to determine how many images per second are saved and the size of the images. Use the Compression (%) field to change the actual image size (size in KB) and resolution of image details in percent.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Important MPEG-4 / H.264 streaming is manufacturer-specific and is not supported by all cameras. The frame rate is not indicated on Panasonic cameras. To limit the image stream, change the bandwidth setting in Camera configuration > Image storage. For a client side display of MPEG / H.264 streaming, the screen saver must be disabled.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Video profile - Base profile The Base profile cannot be deleted. The name of the basic profile cannot be changed. The basic profile is used for image recording. Important The basic profile is used for image recording. The other profiles are used for display on the client.

  • Page 80: Alarm Recording

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance The transfer modes depend on the camera type and the differences are as follows:  Motion JPEG: HTTP Server Push: Communication between the SeeTec server and the camera and the image transfer from the camera to the SeeTec server occurs via port 80 (TCP) or HTTPS encrypted (port 443, TCP).

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 3. Define the maximum Bandwidth that is to be provided for the camera to SeeTec server connection. By default, the image stream is compressed to 4096 kbit/s. Different settings for Standard recording and Alarm recording during MPEG-4 / H.264 streaming can result in a several seconds delay when switching from standard to alarm recording (this is camera-dependent).

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Video profile - additional profile In the Name field, you can change the profile name later on. 1. Select at least one video classification. The video classification determines which video profile is used in Surveillance Mode for the various modes (Normal, Selected, Alarm), see chapter Video classifications (page 108).

  • Page 83

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance The transfer modes depend on the camera type and the differences are as follows:  Motion JPEG: HTTP Server Push: Communication between the SeeTec server and the camera and the image transfer from the camera to the SeeTec server occurs via port 80 (TCP) or HTTPS encrypted (port 443, TCP).

  • Page 84

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance The following applies to MPEG-4 / H.264 streaming: 1. Use Frame rate and Resolution to determine how many images per second are displayed and the size of the images. The I-Frame distance (s) value represents the distance in seconds between two full screens.

  • Page 85

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Automated image data export 1. Select the track that you want to export automatically (Standard recording and / or Alarm recording). Specify the time range to export using a time template. Use the Time management dialog to create a Time template. 2.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Image data export In the Image data export dialog, enter the information for sending e-mails and/or uploading to FTP in an alarm scenario. In order to export videos or single images, adjust the following settings: 1.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance A/V export In the A/V export tab, you can enter information for sending e-mail or FTP uploading in an alarm scenario. In order to export videos or single images, adjust the following settings: 1. Activate the Display camera name and time checkbox to display the camera name and the time in the exported data.

  • Page 88

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5. Use the Start test and Stop test buttons to check your settings. All amplitudes above the threshold line in the test field are recognized as motion. 6. To precisely set motion detection sensitivity, move this line up or down. Important The SeeTec motion detection feature can only be enabled and configured if the camera delivers single frames, i.e.

  • Page 89

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 8. You exit the creation of an area by double-clicking. 9. Enter the dead time in the Dead time (s) field. The dead time is the time at which no other incoming signal is accepted after the first incoming signal.

  • Page 90

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Tampering For camera models that support this feature, you can activate or deactivate the notifications in case of Tampering or VideoLoss by clicking on Tampering. You can use the notification to start an alarm scenario or to send an e-mail. ®...

  • Page 91

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Static objects: With this method, you can mask single areas of the camera image. To change the Mask color, click on the color icon below and select the color. Additionally, you can enter a value for Transparency (%). To create a mask, hold down the left mouse button and drag a mask.

  • Page 92

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Configuring an input / output device 1. Create a new hardware. 2. Enter a name in the Name field. 3. In the Manufacturer dropdown list, select the manufacturer (Beckhoff, Advantech or Axis). 4. In the Type dropdown list, select the type. 5.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note To be able to address Beckhoff PLCs in the SeeTec software, a special program needs to be installed on the PLC by SeeTec. You may add a digital input to the Map to graphically display the current input status (open or closed).

  • Page 94

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Configuring network outputs With the Edit button, you can define any number of network outputs. 1. Select the Activated checkbox to enable the output. 2. Enter a name in the Name field. Available protocols are TCP and HTTP. 3.

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    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Configuring network inputs By using the Edit button, you can define any number of inputs. 1. Select the Activated checkbox to enable the input. 2. Enter a name in the Name field. Incoming signals can be processed as follows: ...

  • Page 96

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Creating a TCP alarm port 1. Use Edit to add an input. 2. Activate the input. 3. Enter a name in the Name field. 4. Enter a port in the Port field. 5. Enter the dead time in the Dead time (s) field. The dead time is the time at which no other incoming signal is accepted after the first incoming signal.

  • Page 97: Time Management

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 7. Enter the Path where the image data is located on the server. 8. Click on Update path. The Cameras not verified field now displays cameras that are located in the specified path. 9. To verify the cameras, enter the password in the Password field that was used to encrypt the image data and click on Add password.

  • Page 98: Maps

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.3 Maps To obtain an overview of the premises to be monitored and/or the installation location of the cameras, you can insert maps in the following formats: BMP, JPG, JPEG, GIF, and PNG. Generating maps 1.

  • Page 99: Layers

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.4 Layers You can display multiple cameras in one window by defining layers. Cameras, web pages or maps are then added to the layers using Drag and Drop. The user interface can be customized to meet your specific requirements. The following layer formats are available: 1x1, 1x2, 1x3, 2x1, 2x2, 2x3, 3x3, 3x4, 3x5, 4x4, 4x5, 4x6, 5x7 1+2, 1+3, 1+5, 1+6, 1+8, 1+12, 2+8, 4+9...

  • Page 100: Create User-defined Layers

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Create user-defined layers 1. Create a new layer. 2. Enter a name in the Name field. 3. In the Type dropdown list, select the User defined type. 4. Click on OK. The layer editor will be opened. 5.

  • Page 101: Web

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Important If you want to display more than 35 cameras synchronously, you need a suitable video card and an additional monitor. Please note that higher frame rates with bigger image formats (>320x240) create higher computing loads on the SeeTec client. Simultaneous display of cameras with MPEG-4 streaming is limited to 80 cameras.

  • Page 102: Authorization Management

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.6 Authorization Management Creating a new user 1. Change to Authorization Management. 2. Click on User. 3. Create a new user. 4. Enter a name in the Name field. 5. In the Password field, enter a password. 6.

  • Page 103: Rights Management

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Rights management Superior rights Superior rights can be optionally allocated, when following authorizations are available:  Use Report Mode  Use AVI export Here you determine, whether the user can generally save image data as AVI files in Archive Mode.

  • Page 104

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Extended rights management To specify in detail whether a user may for instance control a camera or only use preset positions, you need to activate the Use extended rights management option. You can add or remove specific rights by enabling or disabling certain options.

  • Page 105

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Listen to MPEG-4 / H.264 audio Privacy masks are not displayed Create, edit and delete reference images (If this right is not granted, the user may only compare reference images. The right to compare reference images requires only the right to view live images of the camera.) Use maps Use buttons...

  • Page 106: Password

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance ® ® Windows Active Directory support ® ® Using Windows Active Directory ® 1. Create a new group in Active Directory ® 2. Add domain users of the group in Active Directory who should login via ®...

  • Page 107

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Changing user passwords You can change a user's Password at a later point in time. In order to secure access based on a double-authentication policy ("second set of eyes"), you can assign a second password to a user, which must be entered in the Login dialog. 1.

  • Page 108: User Profiles

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.7 User profiles A profile is created automatically for each created user and user group. This profile can be used to manipulate the display of live images in Surveillance Mode. General Type of client 1. Select the Type of client that you want to assign to the user. The selection of the client type depends on the client licenses.

  • Page 109

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance User interface 1. Enable the User may not change user interface option. Consequently, the user will be unable to change main windows and slave windows, position and size of docking elements (camera tree, Buttons, control), and use Drag and Drop to regroup layers or move them to another window.

  • Page 110: Image Settings

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Timeout for prioritized PTZ actions 1. In Surveillance Mode, press F8 to enable prioritized camera control. All cameras assigned to a user can only be controlled by that particular user. If no control is performed, camera control is released after Timeout. Prioritized camera control is only valid for those cameras that are currently displayed.

  • Page 111

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note This setting only affects the client display if you enabled Motion JPEG as Streaming mode in the Camera configuration in the General dialog. They are not related to the recording process. You can create different scaling types for the visualization of live images in the modes Normal, Selected and Alarm: ...

  • Page 112: Video Classifications

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance In the streaming settings, you can choose between a maximum and a reduced frame rate:  With full frame rate, the entire image stream is transferred. If more than four cameras are displayed at a time and / or the computer hardware is not powerful enough, this can cause heavy loads on the client PC.

  • Page 113: Alarm Scenarios

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.9 Alarm scenarios An alarm scenario defines actions to be taken in case of an alarm. Scenario triggers include:  user-defined buttons  digital inputs  movement detection events  external sensors Creating alarm scenarios 1.

  • Page 114

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance If you enable the Start new alarm on client when another low priority alarm is active checkbox, an alarm with low priority will displace another active alarm with low priority. The current alarm is postponed and the new alarm is displayed. Deletion of the alarm from the alarm list must be explicitly confirmed.

  • Page 115: Validity

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note Certain alarms are valid only during specific times, such as motion detection alarms that are not triggered during business hours. Select a time template for the Validity option. Under File > Client configuration in the Client tab, you can specify whether the most recent or old alarms will be displayed first.

  • Page 116

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note Depending upon the camera model used, two events can be used each as triggers for an alarm scenario:  Manipulation: The camera angle is changed or the objective of the camera is covered.  Video loss: Connection between analog camera and video server is lost.

  • Page 117: Server Actions

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Server 1. So that cameras start alarm recording or outputs in alarm case, you have to edit the actions that should be executed at alarm start via Actions to execute at the start of alarm. In the subsequent dialog window, Action selection, all actions that can be executed are listed.

  • Page 118

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance E-mail and FTP E-mail Note If you want to send an e-mail, you must specify a SMTP server in the System Management and an alarm e-mail address. 1. Enter subject and text in the Subject and Message fields of the e-mail to send an e-mail as soon as an alarm occurs.

  • Page 119: Adding Involved Persons

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance In an alarm scenario, you can also save a video or single image sequence of the alarm recording on a FTP server along with sending an e-mail when the alarm ends. 1. Select the desired cameras in the Transmit data from the following cameras to the FTP server field.

  • Page 120: Enter Text For Message Display

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Enter text for message display With respect to alarms with medium or high priority, you can enter a free text in Message displayed that is then displayed in the message display. Play sound If you select Play sound, a sound matching the priority of the alarm scenario is played on every start of an alarm.

  • Page 121: Wizard

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Add alarm scenario by using the camera configuration wizard. The configuration wizard enables a simplified configuration of the alarm scenario. You can adapt common configuration settings. 1. Click on Alarm scenarios. 2. In the component overview, click on New. 3.

  • Page 122: Configuration Wizard

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Copying of alarm scenarios by using the camera configuration wizard The camera configuration wizard allows you to copy alarm scenarios and adjust single configuration options. Only use the configuration wizard if you want to copy a large number of alarm scenarios containing identical conditions but different cameras.

  • Page 123: Buttons

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance If problems occur in the copied alarm scenario, an error report will be displayed. An error report will be displayed, for instance, if different settings have been specified for the original alarm scenario (= source alarm scenario) and the copied alarm scenario (= target alarm scenario).

  • Page 124: Patrols

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance In the Action dialog, you can specify the action to be triggered if you press a certain button. 1. Click on Call URL to switch to another lens of a camera. 2. Click on Execute action to open or close a digital input or to start or stop an alarm recording.

  • Page 125: Server-controlled Sequence

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note  Adding groups improves clarity.  If you wish to display a Preset position you need to add the camera first, followed by the respective Preset position.  To be able to start a patrol in Surveillance Mode, you must first assign the patrol to a user or a group in the Profiles dialog.

  • Page 126

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Example: Time range: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., Interval: 30 minutes. The sequence will be started at 8:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. If the interval time is shorter than the configured sequence, the sequence will be restarted at the beginning of the interval.

  • Page 127: System Management

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 3. Click on New pause. The length of the pause determines the duration until the camera moves to the next preset position or until the next action is triggered. 4. Click on Up or Down to shift an entry within a group. Note Adding groups improves clarity.

  • Page 128: Manual Backup

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Manual backup Note If the client is started on the computer on which the core services have been installed, you can alter the path of location by clicking on Edit. Ensure that the entire path is available locally. 1.

  • Page 129: Smtp Server

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Important SeeTec takes no responsibility for completeness of the templates. You can also create individual templates, but these must match the form of SeeTec templates. SMTP server To ensure that the SeeTec services can report faulty operation or failure of a camera, the software requires data of an accessible SMTP server.

  • Page 130: Snmp Server

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance In addition, you can specify Alarm addresses. You can select these alarm addresses in the E-mail and FTP dialog. SNMP server You can use SNMP traps for system error reporting. 1. Enter the ManagementHost. 2. Change the values for ManagementHostTrapListenPort, LocalTrapSendPort and CommunityString in accordance to the settings required for your SNMP server.

  • Page 131: Nat List

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance NAT list To access SeeTec 5 via the internet without using a VPN tunnel, you first need to enable the port forwarding feature on your router and/or your firewall. The default ports required for this are 60000 – 60008 (TCP). General Address translation 1.

  • Page 132: Event Management

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.14 Event Management In the Event Management tab, you can purge the event database and configure the settings for sending e-mails when system events occur. ® ® You will find these events also on Microsoft Windows operating systems in the Events display in application protocol.

  • Page 133: System Events

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance System events To react flexibly to different system events, you can send different messages to different recipients and/or via SNMP. 1. Select the time for the daily report. The e-mail with the report of all events that occurred during the last 24 hours will be sent to all e-mail addresses you have specified in the E-mail management dialog under System addresses.

  • Page 134: Server

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.2.15 Server All SeeTec 5 MultimediaDatabase and CameraManagement servers working in combination are listed here. To connect individual servers, use SeeTec Administration. Configuration of individual servers must be performed directly on the respective computers. CameraManagement CameraManagement servers allocate image files to individual MultimediaDatabases.

  • Page 135: Image Data Export

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Click on the Display stats button to open a window containing information on the MultimediaDatabase load. Abbildung 7: MultimediaDatabase load dialog 3. To further process the statistics data in another program, click on Export CSV. ®...

  • Page 136

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance If you activate the Export image data of the last 24 hours checkbox, the image data from 1 o'clock of the previous day to 1 o'clock of the current day will be exported. Manual image data export For the manual image data export, a temporary directory is required in order to store the export data temporarily before transmitting them to the client.

  • Page 137: Surveillance Mode

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Surveillance Mode Surveillance Mode is used to display live images, alarms and patrols as well as to control PTZ cameras and other peripheral devices such as door openers. Individual components such as control elements and layers can be hidden or shown using the Layer menu.

  • Page 138

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 1. Click on a camera image. 2. Press CTRL+Y to display the frame rate that the camera sends to the SeeTec server. The necessary bandwidth, the packet loss and the jitter (time between two data packages) is displayed additionally.

  • Page 139

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance  Start alarm recording with comment or Stop alarm recording with comment: You have to add a comment for these options. Alarm recording can also be started with a comment and then stopped without a comment (or vice versa).

  • Page 140: Camera Overview

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.3.2 Camera overview The Camera overview displays all cameras, maps, layers and web pages for which the logged-in user has the appropriate user rights. Open the camera image of cameras from the Camera overview by double-clicking on them or by using Drag and Drop.

  • Page 141: Flyout Window

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.3.3 Flyout window Abbildung 11: Flyout window 1. Open the flyout window by double-clicking on the camera icon in the map or by double-clicking on the camera in a layer. You can perform the following actions by right-clicking in the flyout window: ...

  • Page 142: Mpeg-4 / H.264 Audio

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance  Set the current size and position of the flyout window by selecting Specify default flyout format. All later flyout windows are then displayed with the same position and size.  Use or delete the default flyout format for this camera. ...

  • Page 143: Patrol

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note The audio stream can only be heard on fulfillment of the following conditions:  Camera supports audiostreaming.  Camera delivers MPEG-4/H.264-images.  User has the authorization to receive audio streams from the camera. 5.3.5 Patrol You can perform a patrol in order to automatically display multiple cameras, preset positions, maps, and layers subsequently for any given period of time.

  • Page 144: Start Patrols

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note If an alarm scenario is triggered, the patrol will be stopped automatically. After termination of the alarm scenario, the patrol is restarted. In Configuration Mode, patrols must be assigned to the respective user or group profile. Start patrols 1.

  • Page 145: Ptz Control

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 6. Move the camera image when the zoom is enabled by holding down the mouse wheel button (this button needs to be configured as the third mouse button). Alternatively, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard. 7.

  • Page 146: Continuous Control

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note If the user is not assigned the rights for PTZ control, the PTZ control field is marked red. Continuous control When using continuous control, an image with crosshairs is displayed. The distance of a click from the center will determine the camera's pan speed to the corresponding direction.

  • Page 147: Absolute Control

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Absolute control When using absolute control, the scroll fields are displayed. Two of them serve to position the camera (vertically / horizontally), the third field is used to set the zoom. You can also adjust the zoom by using the + and - buttons. The distance of a click from the center of the scroll fields will determine the camera's pan speed to the corresponding direction.

  • Page 148: Button Bar

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.3.8 Button bar The button bar displays all the buttons assigned to the user. These buttons can be used for the following purposes:  call a URL  Start actions  Start / stop recording ...

  • Page 149

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance All open alarms that are associated with the currently logged-in profile are displayed in the Alarm list. Specify the text and background color of the alarm in the Alarm scenario in Configuration Mode. Every alarm has three different statuses: ...

  • Page 150: Create, Save, Open And Delete Layers

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.3.10 Create, save, open and delete layers Create temporary layer 1. Create a temporary layer by clicking on Layer > Add layer. See chapter Adding windows / layers (page 50). Important The following settings must be configured for each client and for ®...

  • Page 151: Saving Or Loading The User Interface

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note If an alarm scenario is triggered, the layer change will be stopped automatically. After termination of the alarm scenario you need to restart the layer change manually. Right-click to close the current layer or all open layers in the current window.

  • Page 152: Report Mode

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Report Mode You can track different actions using Report Mode. These actions include user events, alarm events, and system notifications. This also allows to track the camera usage of users. Abbildung 15: Report Mode 1. In the Query dropdown list, select the type of event to search for (alarm, use, camera usage or system).

  • Page 153

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance The different queries are:  Alarms Alarm events indicate which alarm has occurred at what time. The name of the user who confirmed, postponed or rejected the alarm is displayed as well.  Users By selecting a specific user you can, for instance, display the time of login, if ®...

  • Page 154

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note You can specify the maximum number of events to be displayed in the File menu of the Client configuration. ® If you login via Active Directory , then instead of the user name the ®...

  • Page 155: Archive Mode

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Archive Mode In Archive Mode, you can only view recorded data. In order to select all relevant image data, you need to select a camera in the Camera overview or one of the alarms listed in the Alarm overview field. Recording periods of the selected camera (framed in green) are displayed in a time bar in the player.

  • Page 156: Displaying Camera Recordings

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.5.1 Camera overview Use this overview to select cameras. As in Surveillance Mode, cameras recordings can be displayed with Drag and Drop or by double-clicking on them. Note Press CTRL+F to enable the search functionality. You can search for all elements that are listed in the Camera overview.

  • Page 157: Player (old)

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 4. If you want to display multiple cameras simultaneously, add a new layer in the View menu or include the cameras using Drag and Drop. Select cameras in the Alarm details or in the Camera overview. 5.

  • Page 158

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance When starting playback, all displayed cameras are synchronized for the time of the selected camera (framed in green). In the time bar you can rapidly search for relevant image material in the entire recording period. The characteristics are: ...

  • Page 159: Player (new)

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.5.3 Player (new) The new player interface shows a timeline for each opened camera. The selected camera's timeline is highlighted. Synchronized mode Playback speed Time line zoom in / Realtime playback Time line zoom out Play / step / pause Jump gaps Backward / forward...

  • Page 160: Extended Alarm Filters In The Archive

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance  Update timeline The timeline is updated periodically. Click on Update timeline to immediately view the newest recorded images.  Next alarm Click on the Next alarm button to jump to the next alarm. If multiple cameras are displayed simultaneously, the software searches for the next available alarm in these cameras and jumps to this alarm.

  • Page 161: Seetec Isearch

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.5.5 SeeTec ISearch SeeTec ISearch can help you perform archive searches. If something occurred in the field of vision of a camera, you may need a lot of time to search all archive recordings manually. Important MOBOTIX cameras are supported only for Motion JPEG streaming.

  • Page 162: Expert Mode

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Expert mode 1. Click on Expert mode to open the expert mode. The settings in expert mode are equal to those in the simple search with the following exceptions:  Area tab Displays all created areas. ...

  • Page 163: Write Protection Of Recorded Image Data

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Write protection of recorded image data You can write-protect recorded image data to ensure that potentially important data is not overwritten automatically. You can protect a maximum of 75 % of the loop recording volume. Enabling write protection 1.

  • Page 164: Exporting Image Data

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 5.5.6 Exporting image data To save or analyze recorded image data outside SeeTec 5, you can export camera images. Print image 1. Right-click on a camera image. 2. Select Export > Print image. If the zoom function is active at this time, only the zoomed area will be used. The printed image also contains the camera name, recording time, printing time and the SeeTec user name.

  • Page 165: Exporting Images (single Camera)

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance Note The maximum AVI file size is limited to 4 GB. Do not export any uncompressed images as video files. An export of uncompressed images with 10 seconds length requires about 350 MB storage space. ®...

  • Page 166

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance 8. Enable Create subdirectories for user, camera name and time to create the following folder structure in the export directory: <SeeTec user name>\<camera name>\<YYYY-MM-DD HHMM>\ 9. Select whether you want to export the standard and / or alarm recording. 10.

  • Page 167: Image Data Multi-export

    NVR Software - SeeTec Surveillance The export will be executed at the selected time. 12. Optional: Activate Split export into several directories and select the size of the export file. The exported files will be split automatically to fit on a CD, DVD, etc. 13.

  • Page 169: Nvr Software - Seetec Administration

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration NVR Software - SeeTec Administration The SeeTec Administration is used to set the core services, the management database (MaxDB), the MultimediaDatabase and the A/V export. Use the File menu to adjust the language of the SeeTec Administration and to save changes in the currently open tab or in all tabs.

  • Page 170: Backup The Management Database

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration 6.3.1 Backup the management database Starting MaxDB data backup 1. Click on Backup. The backup will then be saved in \SeeTec\sapdb\backup. Initiating backups by using SeeTec Surveillance 1. Start the SeeTec 5 client. 2. In the File menu, change to the Configuration Mode. 3.

  • Page 171: Enlarging The Storage Space (adding Volumes)

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration 6.3.3 Enlarging the storage space (adding volumes) You can add another volume to MaxDB if the MultimediaDatabase requires more space, e.g. if you wish to store event data for a longer period of time. The default MaxDB size is 4 GB.

  • Page 172: Configure Multimediadatabase

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration Important The MaxDB cache size is a system-critical parameter that should be changed with caution and only if it is absolutely necessary. The optimum throughput result is obtained if the entire database is kept in the cache. To set the cache size, enter a value in MB and then click on Adjust cache size.

  • Page 173

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration Adding zones to the MultimediaDatabase (network storage) Complete the following steps to add network storage (SAN, NAS etc.) as zones to the MultimediaDatabase: 1. Click on Add zone. 2. In the Path field, enter the full UNC path, e.g.: \\192.168.2.20\path\to\share.

  • Page 174: Removing Zones From The Multimediadatabase

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration 6.4.2 Removing zones from the MultimediaDatabase 1. Select the desired MultimediaDatabase in the Zones field. 2. Click on Remove zone. Important The image data of the deleted zone are no longer available in SeeTec 5. However, the image data of the deleted zone will not be deleted automatically.

  • Page 175: Configure A/v Export

    NVR Software - SeeTec Administration Configure A/V export To send single images or video sequences in an alarm scenario via e-mail or FTP, enter the required information under A/V export. Important Specify the single image and video options in the Camera configuration and in the alarm scenario.

  • Page 177: Nvr Software - General Notes

    NVR Software - General notes NVR Software - General notes Command line parameters You can assign multiple command line parameters to the client when starting the system, e.g. to start the client in another language or to transfer passwords to automate the start.

  • Page 178: Hot Keys

    NVR Software - General notes Hot keys To speed up function calls, the user can use the following hot keys in the SeeTec 5 client: Hot keys Meaning CTRL + 1 Switch to Surveillance Mode CTRL+2 Switch to Archive Mode CTRL+3 Switch to Report Mode CTRL+4...

  • Page 179: Firewalls And Seetec 5

    NVR Software - General notes Firewalls and SeeTec 5 To ensure that the SeeTec 5 software can function properly even in a network environment with a firewall, multiple ports must be available on the server computer by default. The port range is 60000 – 60008 (TCP communication) and 60007 (UDP, image transfer).

  • Page 181: Nvr Software - Appendix

    NVR Software - Appendix NVR Software - Appendix SeeTec OfflineViewer With the SeeTec OfflineViewer you can access exported image data that was saved in the SeeTec image format. 8.1.1 Installation By default, the SeeTec OfflineViewer is also installed during a standard or client installation.

  • Page 182: Multiple Layer

    NVR Software - Appendix 8.1.3 Multiple layer 1. Select the desired multiple layer in the Layer menu. The available options are: 1x1, 2x2, 3x3 and 4x4. 2. Click on the desired time range to be displayed in the first tile of the multiple layer.

  • Page 183: Save Sequence As Avi File

    NVR Software - Appendix 4. Draw a rectangle in the camera image with your mouse. This area then zooms in. 5. Optional: Optionally you can also use the + (plus) and - (minus) keys on the numeric pad of your keyboard or the mouse wheel. 6.

  • Page 184: Creating And Configuring Alarm Scenarios

    NVR Software - Appendix Example for a TCP alarm port in SeeTec Network I/O: Abbildung 19: Configuring a TCP alarm port 8.2.2 Creating and configuring alarm scenarios Configure the alarm scenario according to the following points:  Trigger the alarm through a camera’s TCP signal. ...

  • Page 185

    NVR Software - Appendix 4. Change to the Start menu option and choose the start event by clicking on the Edit button. Abbildung 21: Select a start trigger 5. The alarm will be triggered by the camera’s TCP signal. Select the input you created in SeeTec Network I/O as the start event by using the Edit button.

  • Page 186

    NVR Software - Appendix 6. In the End dialog, specify the recording duration in the Maximum server alarm duration (s) field. Abbildung 22: Enter alarm duration The predefined recording time is 30 seconds. 7. In the Server actions group box, set the pre-alarm duration in the Pre- alarm duration for camera recording (s) field.

  • Page 187

    NVR Software - Appendix Abbildung 24: Setting client actions In this example, only the administrator user is entitled to see the alarm. The user was added using the Edit button. 9. Enter the desired message text in the Message displayed field (e.g. "Motion detection alarm").

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