Section 3 - Configuration
Setup > Recording
This option allows you to configure recording settings and scheduling.
You can record video to a Samba network drive on your local network.
Enable recording: Check this checkbox to enable the recording feature.
After enabling recording, you will need to select a scheduling method.
Samba Auth: Here, select Anonymous if no user name or password is
required to access your Samba drive. If you require a user name and
password to log in to your Samba drive, select Account and fill in the
User name: Enter the user name required to access your Samba
Password: Enter the password required to access your Samba drive.
Password confirm: Re-enter the password required to access your
Samba drive for verification.
Server: Enter the name or the IP of the server where your Samba drive
Shared Folder: Enter the name of your shared folder.
Test: Click this button to make a connection to the Samba network drive, and it will let you know if the settings work.
Note: You can create a simple Samba network drive on your Windows PC by right-clicking a folder, selecting Sharing
and Security..., and selecting Share this folder. Enter a Share name you would like to use for the folder, then click the
Permissions button and check the box for Full Control / Allow for the Everyone group. For your camera's Recording
settings, use Anonymous for the Samba Auth, your computer's IP address for the Server, and the Share name you
chose for the Shared Folder. Click on the Test button to test your settings.
Please note that when creating a simple network drive like this, all users on your local network will have access to the
contents of this folder.
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