Saving Alarm Input Settings
Click Save after you have configured the alarm input settings for an alarm in the Events
Application section of the System tab. See
the Alarm Actions, page
Motion Detection Settings
You can set up the camera to send an alarm notification when suspicious motion is detected.
An alarm is triggered when motion volume in the detected area reaches and/or exceeds a
predefined sensitivity threshold value. You can send a message to an FTP, email, or HTTP
server, or you can upload images to an FTP server, email server, or record a video clip to a
storage device when the suspicious motion is detected.
Selecting a Motion Detection Profile to Configure
Up to four motion detection profiles can be configured, each with their own sensitivity settings,
triggered actions, and so on.
Setting the Motion Detection Status
The motion detection function is disabled by default. Enable motion detection by selecting a
schedule (schedules must be set up to be used with motion detection; see
indicating the detected motion (as shown in
Select one of the following options for the file name format:
Add date/time suffix to add the date and time in YYMMDD_HHMMSS format (for
Add sequence number suffix (no maximum value).
Add sequence number suffix up to [number] and then start over, and enter a
value in the number field.
Overwrite to overwrite an older file with a new file with a static filename.
Navigate to System
In the Motion Detection drop-down list, select the motion detection profile (from 1-4) that
you want to configure.
Selecting a Motion Detection Profile to Configure on page
128). When the motion detection function is activated, a pop-up window appears
Setting the Alarm Status and Type, page
Setting a File Name on page 94
Motion Detection (see
Configuring Alarms | 95
for more information.
95), then select on, or by
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