Stopping a Running Mimic Tour
In the Live View screen, use the mouse to click and drag the pointer to move the camera in any
direction, or click the Stop button located next to the mimic tour options on the Home screen
Deleting a Programmed Mimic Tour
Auto Pan Settings
You can program up to four auto pan paths. An auto pan path is a short tour that runs on a
horizontal line, back and forth between two points that you program.
Programming an Auto Pan Path
You can also run a mimic tour on the home page of the PTZ web client interface
Details drop-down list and click Run to have the camera run the selected
programmed mimic tour.
41) to stop the tour.
Navigate to PTZ
Under Mimic Tour run, in the Mimic Tour path drop-down list, select the number of the
Mimic Tour path that you want to delete, and then click Delete (see
Navigate to PTZ
Auto Pan (see
Under Auto pan setting, in the Auto pan path drop-down list, select the number of the
auto pan path that you want to program (from 1 to 4).
Under Auto pan setting, in the Speed drop-down list, type or select a speed ratio for the
auto pan path from 0 (low) to 3 (fast).
In the Live View screen, use the mouse to click and drag the video image to the start point
of the auto pan path. To re-position the camera, place the mouse cursor over the video
image and left-click and drag in the direction you want to move the camera. The red arrow
) indicates the direction that the image will pan/tilt.
Use the zoom and focus controls, as needed, to adjust the zoom and focus of the image.
Click the Set button located next to Start point (see
41). Select a mimic tour number from the Mimic Tour
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