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HD NETWORK CAMERA
VN-H37U
Instructions
(Setting)
VN-H137U
VN-H237U
VN-H237VPU
LST1244-001A-0L

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    HD NETWORK CAMERA VN-H37U Instructions (Setting) VN-H137U VN-H237U VN-H237VPU LST1244-001A-0L...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Getting Started Contents Operations Built-in Viewer Operations ....87 Screen Configuration ..... 88 Picture Quality Setting ....90 Getting Started PTZ Settings ........93 Contents ..........2 PTZ Control ........95 Unicast Settings ......97 Camera Setting Requirements Multicast Settings ......99 Network ..........

  • Page 3: Contents

    How to read this manual Using SD cards ● Do not insert anything into the camera. Symbols in this manual • If an object enters the unit through the SD Caution : Operational precautions are card slot, it may cause a fire, electrical provided.

  • Page 4: Camera Setting Requirements Network

    Camera Setting Requirements If JPEG file size per piece is 120 KB, the total bit Network rate will be: 120 KB x 15 fps = 1800 KB/s = Approx. 14.4 Mbps ● Ensure that there is sufficient network For detailed bit rate settings, see the "Encoding" bandwidth for the data volume to be sent out by camera.

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    ● When distributing only H.264 data Restrictions on the Number of The maximum number of distributions is determined Distributions for Camera by the preset bit rate. When a distribution request that exceeds the maximum number of distributions The maximum number of distributions for is received, this request is denied.

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    Camera Setting Requirements Network List of Protocols and Port Numbers used by Camera (continued) The camera uses the following protocols and port numbers. Ensure that these ports are allowed through the firewall when a firewall is to Insufficient Network Bandwidth be installed.

  • Page 7: Images

    H.264 Profiles User name: admin High profiles can maintain high image quality Password: jvc with a low bit rate, but as the decoder needs to This camera fulfills the ONVIF test specification 1.02. support high profiles, the processing load on the decoder becomes heavier.

  • Page 8: Setting Pages

    Camera Setting Requirements Setting Pages Selection of Languages on Setting Pages There is a radio button for selecting the language at the right top corner of the setting pages, however the language will be automatically set according to the OS environment of your computer. If you select Japanese while using an English-language OS, it may not be correctly displayed because there is no Japanese environment.

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    Uploading and downloading of the Language File You can change the language on setting pages and built-in viewer of the camera. ● Procedure (1) Click "Download" button on the Maintenance page. (2) Save "language.ini" file to the appropriate folder in the PC. (3) Edit the downloaded "language.ini"...

  • Page 10: Pages Available To Each User

    Camera Setting Requirements admin Pages Available to Each User Basic Setting1 [Network] [Time] Basic Setting2 [Camera] [Encode] Enter User Name and Password Details [Camera] User name and password entry will be required [Lens] at the beginning. [Encode] There are three access authorization levels to [Alarm] camera.

  • Page 11: Internet Explorer Setting

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings How to Open the Setting Page Enter IP address of camera in the address bar of Internet Explorer. Enter the user name and password. The Built-in Viewer of the camera is displayed. Click here. Memo: ● When IP address entry, see the "Instructions (IP Address Settings)." ●...

  • Page 12: Basic Setting1 Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Basic Setting1 Page This page sets the network basic. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Basic Setting1]. Memo: ● If you enter the following URL directly into the address bar of Internet Explorer, you can open the [Basic Setting1] page without going through the Built-in Viewer.

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    Network IP Setting Sets the DHCP client function. To enable the DHCP, connect the camera to the network environment where the DHCP server is running. If you have AEnabledB the DHCP but the DHCP server does not exist, the camera will start with the IP address of 192.168.0.2 and the subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 approximately 2 minutes after startup.

  • Page 14: Basic Setting2 Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Basic Setting2 Page This page sets fundamental camera and encoding parameters. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Basic Setting2]. Memo: ● If you enter the following URL directly into the address bar of Internet Explorer, you can open the [Basic Setting2] page without going through the Built-in Viewer.

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    Lens Type 1 (TAMRON): Select this type to use a Tamron lens. 2 (FUJNON): Select this type to use a Fujinon lens. (VN-H37U only) [Set values: 1 (TAMRON), 2 (FUJNON)] Scenefile You can select the setting that is suitable for the shooting scene. You can select the following eight scenes.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Basic Setting2 Page (continued) Encode Select the frame size for each screen of JPEG and H.264 from the following six patterns. Selectable distribution size Commu- Frame Frame I Frame Set value nication Size Rate rate Interval speed H.264 High...

  • Page 17: Camera Page

    Camera Page This page sets the camera's parameters. Settings here are linked to the Camera in the "Basic Setting2" page. (A Page 15) This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Camera]. Memo: ●...

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    Memo: ● Select "Day (Color)" or "Night (B&W)" when you switch the Color or B&W using an alarm trigger. For details, see the [Alarm] page. (VN-H37U, VN-H237VPU) (A Page 32) ● If you press the [OK] button, the settings (except Camera ID) of the [Camera] page will be store in the selected Scenefile.

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    Brightness Adjusts the brightness of an image. Increasing the value brightens dark areas, and decreasing the value makes bright areas more pleasing to the eye. [Set values: 5 to Normal to 5] Color Level Adjusts the color level. A larger value increases the darkness of color, but a smaller value decreases the darkness of color.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Camera Page (continued) 3D DNR The noise on the screen will be reduced. [Set values: OFF, Low, Mid, High] Memo: ● With a moving object, the higher the noise reduction (as you select Low - Mid - High), the more likely there will be an afterimage.

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    ● If [Easy Day/Night] is set to "Auto", you cannot turn it "OFF". (VN-H137U, VN-H237U) ● If [Day/Night] is set to "Auto Low", "Auto Mid" or "Auto High", you cannot turn it "OFF". (VN-H37U, VN-H237VPU) ● The screen appears grainy at dark locations when the AGC function is in use.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Camera Page (continued) Shutter Speed Sets the shutter speed. 1/30 to 1/10000 : Fixes the shutter speed. Auto (1/30 - 1/100) : Varies the shutter speed automatically between 1/ 30 and 1/100 seconds according to the brightness. Auto (1/30 - 1/1000) : Varies the shutter speed automatically between 1/ 30 and 1/1000 seconds according to the brightness.

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    Day/Night Sets Day and Night. (VN-H37U and Color : Switches to the color mode at all times. VN-H237VPU only) Black and White: Removing the filter to cut infrared enables surveillance in an environment with low luminance such as at night.

  • Page 24: Encoding Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Encoding Page This page sets JPEG/H.264/MPEG-4 encoding parameters. This entry links to the [Encode] item of "Basic Setting2" page. (A Page 16) This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Encoding]. Memo: ●...

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    Encode Select the encoding from [Single Encode], [Multi Resolution] or [Multi- Encode]. C options vary depending on the selected encoding system. [Set values: Single Encode, Multi Resolution, Multi Encode] Single Encode [Set values: JPEG, H.264 Baseline, H.264 High] Multi Resolution [Set values: JPEG, H.264 Baseline, H.264 High] Multi-Encode 1 [Set values: JPEG+H.264 Baseline, JPEG+H.264 High]...

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    Internet Explorer Setting Setting (continued) Encoding Page (continued) From H.264 High, H.264 Baseline and JPEG, you can select one and set Multi Resolution different frame sizes to up to three channels. The frame rate that can be set is lower than 5 fps. Encoder Encoding Displays the encoding system selected in multi resolution.

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    Multi Resolution (continued) Encoder Encoding When you use Encoder No.3, turn ON the encoding that you selected in multi resolution. If you select AOFFB, you will not be able to set Encoder No.3. No.3 Display [Set values: JPEG, OFF] FrameSize Same as for Encoder No.1.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Setting (continued) Encoding Page (continued) Multi-Encode1 (continued) Encoder Encoding Displays the encoding system selected in multi-encoding. Display No.2 [For JPEG+H.264 Baseline : H.264 Baseline] [For JPEG+H.264 High : H.264 High] FrameSize Select the frame size of each JPEG or H.264 screen. Available sizes vary depending on the aspect ratio.

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    The following can be set for Encoder No.1 and Encoder No.2. Multi-Encode2 JPEG (1280 x 960) + MPEG-4 (640 x 480) JPEG (1280 x 960) + MPEG-4 (320 x 240) JPEG (640 x 480) + MPEG-4 (640 x 480) JPEG (320 x 240) + MPEG-4 (320 x 240) The frame rate can be set to 15 fps or lower.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Encoding Page (continued) Multi-Encode2 (continued) Encoder Encoding Displays the "MPEG-4" encoding selected for Multi-Encode2. No.2 Display Framesize Displays the frame size selected for Multi-Encode2. Specify the frame rate for Multi-Encode2. Framerate [Set values: 15 fps, 10 fps, 7.5 fps, 1 fps] Bitrate Select whether to set the control rate mode for encoding to CBR (Constant Bit Rate) or VBR (Variable Bit Rate).

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  • Page 32: Alarm Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Alarm Page This page sets actions to be taken if an alarm occurs. You can set up to five actions (No. 1 to No. 5). This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Alarm].

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    The mail has the header name of "Alarm from model- name: Alarm No." (for example, "Alarm from VN-H37: No.1" for the VN-H37U), and has the sender name of "Camera ID". Enter a send message in the [Mail text]. You can enter a text consisting of up to 127 alphanumeric characters.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Alarm Page (continued) Mail Mail Settings : If you have set the [SMTP Server], [Port Number], and [Sender Mail Address] on the [Alarm Environment] page, the AConfiguredB message is shown. If not set, the ANot configuredB message is shown. For details about the mail setup, refer to "Alarm Environment Page".

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    [Set values: 0 to 19] Day/Night Color : Executes an action when the image changes from Black and White to color. (VN-H37U and VN-H237VPU Black and White: Executes an action when the image changes from color to only) Black and White.

  • Page 36: Alarm Environment Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Alarm Environment Page This page sets up the alarm environment. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Alarm Environment]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...

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    Mail Settings (continued) SMTP Server Sets an IP address of SMTP server or FQDN. [Factory default: 0.0.0.0] Memo: The FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) is the notation to specify the host name and domain name of TCP/IP network without any omission. For example, if the host name is "smtp"...

  • Page 38: Storage Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Storage Page This page sets up data recording. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Storage]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...

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    Storage Mode Selects a record mode. Depending on the selected record mode, B options vary. [Set values: OFF, FTP Record, SD Card Record] If A Storage Mode is set to "FTP Record", FTP Record options will be displayed. FTP Server Sets an IP address of FTP server or FQDN.

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    This function executes an action if the trigger is moved to the position entered. [Set values: 0 to 19] Day/Night is displayed if Trigger1 is set to ADay/NightB. Day/Night (VN-H37U and VN-H237VPU only) Color : Executes an action when the image changes from Black and White to color.

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    Alarm (continued) Sunday to Saturday Sets the start and end time of recording for each day of week. [Set values: Unmask All, Mask All, Unmask Span, Mask Span] If you have selected ASpecify the time period for invoking the actionB or ASpecify to stop the actionB, you must set the time period.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Storage Page (continued) SD Card Sets an SD card. [Set values: Use, Disuse, Locked, Not Inserted] When [Use] is selected, the selection may change to [Locked] or [Not Inserted] depending on the status of the SD card. When [Locked] or [Not Inserted] are selected, you cannot record to the SD card.

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    SD Card Recording Mode Trigger1, Interval, Condition 1: Sets a recording condition. Trigger2 [Set values: Position, Motion detection, Day/Night, Tampering Detection,Time] Interval: Unavailable. Condition 2: Unavailable. Memo: ● Items set via [Trigger1] must also have their functions set to [ON] via the corresponding setting pages. Sunday to Saturday Sets the start and end time of recording for each day of week.

  • Page 44: Ptz Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) PTZ Page This page sets the movement speed for Auto Return and Preset Position. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● First, set the frame size to 640 x 360 or 640 x 480 in the [Encode] page. (A Page 24) Click [Advanced Settings] and [PTZ].

  • Page 45: Auto Patrol Page

    Auto Patrol Page This page sets the Auto Patrol operation to switch and display multiple position images at preset time interval. Set this page to view registered positions in order. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ●...

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Auto Patrol Page (continued) Click [Advanced Settings] and [Auto Patrol]. Memo: ● Register the position in [PTZ Settings] of Built-in Viewer. (A Page 94) ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.

  • Page 47: Privacy Mask Page

    Privacy Mask Page Privacy Mask is a function that can mask a portion of image. Rectangular privacy mask areas can be set for the camera. Drag the blue rectangular areas on the screen to set the privacy mask for them. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB.

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Privacy Mask Page (continued) Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● When camera images are acquired by the Built-in Viewer or another client and if this acquisition exceeds the distribution capability of camera, the video images may not appear on the Privacy Mask page.

  • Page 49: Motion Detection Page

    Motion Detection Page This page sets the motion detection. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. 13 horizontal by 9 vertical block (For aspect ratio 4:3) Click [Advanced Settings] and [Motion Detection]. 15 horizontal by 9 vertical block (For aspect ratio 16:9) Click [Advanced Settings] and [Motion Detection].

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    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Motion Detection Page (continued) Motion Detection The display screen showing the motion detection area is divided into 13 (horizontal) by 9 (vertical) blocks (for aspect ratio 4:3) or into 15 (horizontal) Area by 9 (vertical) blocks (for aspect ratio 16:9). You can specify whether to enable motion detection in each block.

  • Page 51: Tampering Detection Pages

    Tampering Detection Pages This page sets the tampering detection. This page can be used during access using "admin" or "operator". Click [Advanced Settings] - [Tampering Detection]. Memo: ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.

  • Page 52: Network Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Network Page This page sets the network settings. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Network]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● If you change the settings, the camera will restart. The camera takes about 90 seconds to restart. ●...

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    Network Page (continued) IP Setting IP Setting Sets the DHCP client function. To enable the DHCP, connect the camera to the network environment where the DHCP server is running. If you have AEnabledB the DHCP but the DHCP server does not exist, the camera will start with the IP address of 192.168.0.2 and the subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 approximately 2 minutes after startup.

  • Page 54: Protocol Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Protocol Page This page sets the protocol. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Protocol]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.

  • Page 55

    Protocol Settings (continued) HTTP Server Port You can change the port number for the built-in HTTP server of the camera. [Set values: 1 ~ 80 ~ 65535] Memo: ● To access the camera from Internet Explorer, enter the following in the Internet Explorer address bar when the camera is set to its default settings.

  • Page 56

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Network Page (continued) Standard Surveillance Sets standard surveillance protocols. Protocol PSIA/ONVIF You can change the standard surveillance protocols. [Set values: PSIA, ONVIF, OFF] JPEG Streaming Selects the JPEG image streaming priority. Priority Selects whether to give priority to the client number for JPEG image streaming or the frame rate.

  • Page 57: Register Information

    Register Information Displays valid server certificates. This page can be used during access using AadminB.

  • Page 58: Create Server Certificate Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Create Server Certificate Page This page is for creating a new server certificate for local certification. This page can be used during access using "admin". Country Code Enter the country code of the local certificate authority. Use the 2-letter alphabetical country code defined in ISO3166-1 alpha 2.

  • Page 59: Multicast Page

    Multicast Page This page specifies manual multicast streaming. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Multicast]. Memo: ● To save the changes made to the entire page, press the [OK] button. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.

  • Page 60

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Multicast Page (continued) Encoder No.1 to Sets the manual streaming of Encoder No.1 to Encoder No.3. No.3 Displays the A EncodeB being set for each encoder.(A Page 25) Encoding [Display values: JPEG, H.264 Baseline, H.264 High, MPEG-4)] FrameSize Displays the "FrameSize"...

  • Page 61: Access Restrictions Page

    Access Restrictions Page This page sets the client restrictions. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Access Restrictions]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.

  • Page 62

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Access Restrictions Page (continued) Client Address You can restrict a client to allow access to the camera using its IP address. Access If "Deny" is selected, retrieving H.264, JPEG or MPEG-4 by the IP address set in [IP Address] option will be denied.

  • Page 63: Time Page

    Time Page This page sets the current clock time. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Time]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.

  • Page 64: Password Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Password Page This page sets a password. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Password]. User Name You must set passwords for the "admin", "operator" and "user". Memo: ● You can set up to four users each for "admin", "operator" and "user". ●...

  • Page 65

    ● Remember that you cannot delete the "admin", "operator", and "user" factory default passwords. Note: ● Always handle the password carefully so that you do not forget it. ● If you cannot remember your password, consult the JVC's servicing center.

  • Page 66: Maintenance Page

    Maintenance Page This page maintains the camera system. This page can be used during access using AadminB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Maintenance]. Lens (VN-H37U only) Selects the lens type and adjusts the lens. Lens Type Select the lens type of camera.

  • Page 67: Maintenance

    Restart, Initialize (continued) SD Card Format Perform formatting via the following steps. Go to the Storage page. Check [SD Card Record] for [Storage Mode]. Check [Use] for [SD Card]. Click the [OK] button. Check [OFF] for [Storage Mode]. Click the [OK] button. Go to the Maintenance page.

  • Page 68: Maintenance Page (continued)

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Maintenance Page (continued) Language File The Language File (the file of languages) can be uploaded or downloaded only when the "English (Custom)" is selected by the language selection radio button. (A Page 8) Download Downloads the Language File. Click [Download] button to download the "language.ini"...

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  • Page 70: Led State Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) LED State Page This page sets the [STATUS] LED indication of the camera. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [LED State]. Memo: ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. If you press the [Cancel] button, your changes are canceled and the current camera settings are displayed.

  • Page 71: List Of Factory Defaults Of Each Page

    White Balance ATW-Wide AWC R-Gain AWC B-Gain Sense Up Priority Combo Shutter Speed 1/30 Easy Day/Night Color (VN-H237U and VN-H137U only) Average: Peak Day/Night (VN-H37U and Color VN-H237VPU only) Color Average: Peak Black & White Average: Peak Back Light Compensation CLVI...

  • Page 72

    UDP Port Number – Day/Night Color UDP Data – (VN-H37U and Switch Scene File General VN-H237VPU Trigger Position Number – only) Day/Night (VN-H37U and Color Time – VN-H237VPU only) Pre-Trigger 5 sec Time – Post-Trigger 5 sec Time Filter Unmask All...

  • Page 73

    PTZ Page (A Page 44) Network Page (A Page 52) Item Factory Defaults Item Factory Defaults IP Setting DHCP Disable Mode Disable IP Address 192.168.0.2 Return Time 1 min Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 Speed Moment Default Gateway 0.0.0.0 Auto Patrol Page (A Page 45) Host Name –...

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    SNTP SNTP Server 0.0.0.0 Interval Hour (1 - 24) Time Zone (GMT) UTC Password Page (A Page 64) Item Factory Defaults Password Displayed as *** Default passwords are: AadminB : jvc AoperatorB : jvc AuserB : jvc Password Re-Input –...

  • Page 75: Miscellaneous Page

    Miscellaneous Page This page displays the software information of the camera. This page can be used during access using AadminB, AoperatorB or AuserB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Miscellaneous].

  • Page 76: Operation Page

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Operation Page This page displays the operation status of camera. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Operation]. Total Sending Displays the total TCP/UDP bit rate sent by the camera, and individual bit rates.

  • Page 77: Settings Page

    Settings Page Displays the firmware version and the current settings of the camera. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. The following screen is an example of one possible configuration. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Settings].

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  • Page 85: Position List

    Position List Displays the preset position information. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Position List].

  • Page 86: Patrol Settings

    Internet Explorer Setting Settings (continued) Patrol Settings Displays the Auto Patrol information and its settings. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. Click [Advanced Settings] and [Patrol Settings].

  • Page 87: Operations

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations The camera has the Built-in Viewer. Enter the IP address of camera in the address bar of Internet Explorer. The Built-in Viewer allows H.264/JPEG/MPEG-4 data monitoring and digital PTZ operations. When you are using the JPEG data compression, you can display a series of still images and record still images.

  • Page 88: Screen Configuration

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) Screen Configuration Operation menu MENU OFF/ Displays or hides the operation menu. Click [MENU ON], and the operation menu will appear at the left of the page. MENU ON Control Switches the Operation Menu to the Control Menu. Click the [Control] button to adjust the [Image Settings], [PTZ Settings] or [PTZ Control] settings.

  • Page 89

    Protocol Selects a protocol to be used when the viewer captures images from the camera. HTTP (Unicast): Allows monitoring the camera with a single viewer. If a packet is lost, the packet data is transmitted again and recovered. RTP (Multicast): Allows multiple viewers to monitor the camera. [Set values: HTTP (Unicast), RTP (Multicast)] To play back multicast streams, you must start multicast transmission from the [Multicast] page.

  • Page 90: Picture Quality Setting

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) Picture Quality Setting Adjusts the picture quality. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● While the Viewer Setup Menu is open, click [Control] to switch to the Control Menu. ● Click [Image Settings] to open the Settings screen. Image Settings Click here.

  • Page 91

    White Balance Selects the white balance control function. Mode ATW-Wide : Selects the Auto-Tracking White Balance (automatic color temperature tracking) Wide mode. Adjusts the white balance automatically according to the color temperature of the light. (Color temperature: 2300 K to 10000 K) AWC-Narrow : Selects the Auto-Tracking White Balance (automatic color temperature tracking) Narrow mode.

  • Page 92

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) Picture Quality Setting (continued) Focus Assist Mode Switches to the Focus Assist mode. Press the [Execute] button, and the [Current State] will be changed to [Focus Assist] and the Focus Assist mode will be selected. The [Stop] button is displayed during Focus Assist mode.

  • Page 93: Ptz Settings

    PTZ Settings Sets the camera preset position. ● This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● While the Viewer Setup Menu is open, click [Control] to switch to the Control Menu. ● Click [PTZ Settings] to open the Settings screen. Note: ●...

  • Page 94

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) PTZ Settings (continued) Preset Position Sets the camera preset position. Position Selects a Position. [Set values: HOME, 1 to 19] Title Displays the current title. To register or change the title, enter a title here. (The title can be entered using up to 32 alphanumeric characters or up to 16 dual-byte characters.) Press the [Register] button, and the new position will be registered.

  • Page 95: Ptz Control

    PTZ Control Controls the PTZ function. You can set up the PTZ from the [PTZ Settings] page. (A Page 93) ● This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● While the Viewer Setup Menu is open, click [Control] to switch to the Control Menu. ●...

  • Page 96

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) PTZ Control (continued) Auto Starts or stops automatic patrol. Press the [Start] button to start automatic patrol. The [Stop] button is displayed Function during Auto Patrol. Press the [Stop] button to stop automatic patrol. Preset You can select a preset position and click the [GoTo] button to move to it.

  • Page 97: Unicast Settings

    Unicast Settings You can set the HTTP port and the JPEG frame rate in Unicast. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● When the Control Menu is open, click [Viewer Setup] to switch to the Viewer Setup Menu. ●...

  • Page 98

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) Unicast Setting (continued) HTTP Port You can change the port number to be used when the client PC accesses to the camera via HTTP. Specify the same value as the parameter being set on the camera's Protocol Page.

  • Page 99: Multicast Settings

    Multicast Settings You can set up IP addresses for image received in multicast, and the multicast port. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● When the Control Menu is open, click [Viewer Setup] to switch to the Viewer Setup Menu. ●...

  • Page 100

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) Multicast Setting (continued) Image You can set up the IP address of the images from the camera and the multicast port. Press [Apply] to apply the changes. Multicast IP You can change the multicast IP address. Address [Factory default: 255.0.1.1] Multicast Port...

  • Page 101: On-screen Display Settings

    On-Screen Display Settings Sets a display item on the viewer screen. An image is overlaid by characters on the Built-in Viewer. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● When the Control Menu is open, click [Viewer Setup] to switch to the Viewer Setup Menu. ●...

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    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) SD Card Playback Screen This is displayed when you click [SD Card] on the Built-in Viewer screen. (A Page 88) You can play video files stored in the SD card. MENU ON / Displays/hides the operation menu. Click [MENU ON] to display the menu on the left side of the page.

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    Video control Controls the video playback state. menu Item Description Item Description Returns to the previous Advances to the most recent frame, and then pauses frame, and then pauses playback. playback. Starts reverse playback. Reverses the playback position. Pauses playback. Selects the fast-forward and reverse speeds.

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    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) SD Card Playback Screen (continued) Alarm List Displays a list of search results for recorded videos filtered by time and alarm trigger. Select the item from the displayed list that you want to play and begin Playback menu playback.

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    Export menu (continued) [Export] button After pressing this button, the confirmation screen is displayed, and then the video saving process begins. While saving videos, this button changes to [Cancel]. Memo: ● While saving videos, the Built-in Viewer screen cannot be displayed. ●...

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    Operations memo...

  • Page 107: Other Setting

    Other Setting When you are using the JPEG data compression, you can display still images. You can rename the folder which stores a captured file. This page can be used during access using AadminB or AoperatorB. ● When the Control Menu is open, click [Viewer Setup] to switch to the Viewer Setup Menu. ●...

  • Page 108: Exiting The Built-in Viewer

    Operations Built-in Viewer Operations (continued) Exiting the Built-in Viewer Click the [ ] button at the right top corner of the window to exit the viewer. Click here. Memo: ● When you start the Built-in Viewer in the next time, start the Internet Explorer and enter the URL of Built-in Viewer in the address bar of the explorer.

  • Page 109: Others

    Others Troubleshooting General Reference Symptom Possible Causes and Actions Taken Page ● IP address "192.168.0.2" and subnet mask A Page 13 I do not know the IP address "255.255.255.0" are set by default during factory of the camera. shipment. ● If you have set the [IP Setting] to ADHCP EnableB and if you start the camera on the LAN where no DHCP server exists, you can start the camera with the factory default IP address.

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    Others Troubleshooting (continued) Reference Symptom Possible Causes and Actions Taken Page ● Start manual multicast streaming from the A Page 59 Multicast images do not play. [Multicast] page of the camera. ● When you receive multicast streaming using the A Page 99 Built-in Viewer, check to see that multicast address and port number matches between the [Multicast] page of camera and the Built-in Viewer settings.

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    Reference Symptom Possible Causes and Actions Taken Page A Page 20 When 3-dimensional noise When you use 3-dimensional noise reduction, in reduction is used, an principle, an afterimage can appear if you shoot a afterimage appears. moving object, however it is not a camera malfunction.

  • Page 112: Https And Snmp Function Update Procedure

    Others HTTPS and SNMP Function Update Procedure The camera's default settings do not support using the HTTPS and SNMP functions. To use the HTTPS and SNMP functions, use the firmware update function via the Maintenance Page, and update to the firmware version designated below.

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    Approximate Recording Time The following recording times are approximate figures. They vary depending on the shooting environment and conditions of the SD card you are using. Approximate Recording Time to an SD Card SDHC card Bit rate (kbps) 16GB 32GB 1024 6 hours 12 hours...

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