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  • Page 1 ® MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide Document 800-16422V1-Rev-E–8/2014...
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  • Page 3 Revisions Issue Date Description 1.0 Rev C Feb, 2014 Updated the document for 3.1 Build 65 B 1.0 Rev D June, 2014 Updated the document for 3.1 Build 65 C 1.0 Rev E Aug, 2014 Updated the document for 3.1 SP1, Build 70 C...
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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    About MAXPRO® NVR ........
  • Page 6 MAXPRO NVR Standalone System Architecture ........
  • Page 7 Configuring the Default Settings ..........65 Configuring MAXPRO NVR ........67 Overview .
  • Page 8 Adding IP Cameras / Encoders ..........75 Configuring the Advanced Discovery Settings .
  • Page 9 Updating a Sequence............115 Deleting a Sequence .
  • Page 10 About the Recording Settings for MAXPRO NVR ........
  • Page 11 Context Menu Options ............164 Searching Recorded Video in MAXPRO NVR ....167 Overview .
  • Page 12 MAXPRO NVR Web Client ........171...
  • Page 13 Creating Users for the MAXPRO Mobile app ........206 Adding the MAXPRO NVR to the MAXPRO Mobile app ......207 Using the MAXPRO Mobile app .
  • Page 14 Step 1: Changing the Default Port 80 on the MAXPRO NVR ......
  • Page 15 Index ........... . 249...
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  • Page 17 List of Figures MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE Standalone System Architecture ......28 MAXPRO NVR SE System Diagram .
  • Page 18 Input and Output Ports For MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE ....... .
  • Page 19 Confirmation dialog - Single Video Panel ......... . . 187 Server Certificate.
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  • Page 21: About This Guide

    Scope This guide provides information on the features and functionalities common to all the variants of MAXPRO NVR. The technical aspects of MAXPRO NVR are beyond the scope of this guide. Intended Audience This document is intended for the operators of MAXPRO NVR.
  • Page 22: Typographical Conventions

    MAXPRO NVR MAXPRO NVR. MAXPRO NVR Web Client Describes the procedure to log on to MAXPRO NVR Web Client, view live video, recorded video and the operations that you can perform on them. Generating Reports Describes the various reports that you can generate in MAXPRO NVR.
  • Page 23: About Maxpro® Nvr

    Grandeye) and other third party manufacturers truly making it an open system. The advanced IP video capabilities make MAXPRO NVRs easy to install with 3-clicks to live video and easy to use with features like Video Surround, Calendar Search and Smart VMD for every day security users to advanced video surveillance users.
  • Page 24 A B O U T M A X P R O ® N V R The following table lists the various MAXPRO NVR Hybrid variants that are available. MAXPRO NVR Hybrid PE  MAXPRO NVR Hybrid SE (Standard  MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE (Xpress  (Professional Edition) Edition) Edition) • Simple, Affordable NVR • Flexible, Scalable NVR Hybrid •...
  • Page 25: Maxpro Nvr Features

    A B O U T M A X P R O ® N V R MAXPRO NVR Features MAXPRO NVR Features MAXPRO NVR (Single box and Software only solution) offers the following key features that differentiate it from other IP video surveillance systems. Industry Standards...
  • Page 26: Simultaneous Video Recording And Video Viewing

    UltraKey Lite over Ethernet. Clip Export MAXPRO NVR supports exporting clips with audio in .WMV and .ASF formats. It also supports exporting as still images/ snapshots with .bmp format. The clips can be signed with digital signatures to ensure authenticity.
  • Page 27: Integration Capability

    MAXPRO Viewer multi-site software or MAXPRO VMS enterprise video management system. Audio MAXPRO NVR supports 1-way audio (camera to NVR) for specific IP cameras. Please refer to the compatibility list on HOTA for the models supported. Web Client The MAXPRO NVR Web Client allows you to remotely access the MAXPRO NVR server using a web browser like Internet Explorer and perform video surveillance.
  • Page 28: Maxpro Nvr System Architecture

    MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE Standalone System Architecture Note: The diagrams for other NVR Hybrid units (SE, PE) look similar to the MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE, with the NVR Hybrid box replaced by the respective NVR Hybrid. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 29: Maxpro Nvr Se System Diagram

    The following figure illustrates the MAXPRO NVR SE system diagram. Figure 3-2 MAXPRO NVR SE System Diagram Note: The diagrams for other NVRs ((XE,PE and Software only) look similar to the MAXPRO NVR SE, with the NVR box replaced by the respective NVR. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 30: Maxpro Nvr Distributed System Architecture

    A B O U T M A X P R O ® N V R MAXPRO NVR System Architecture MAXPRO NVR Distributed System Architecture The following figure illustrates the MAXPRO NVR distributed system architecture. Figure 3-3 MAXPRO NVR Distributed System Architecture...
  • Page 31: Maxpro Nvr Wizard

    MAXPRO NVR Wizard MAXPRO NVR Wizard is an easy three-step procedure to live video for Honeywell devices. This wizard automatically starts each time you power on the MAXPRO NVR system. Step 1 - The CONFIGURATION page appears. Figure 1-1 CONFIGURATION page •...
  • Page 32 Use this option only if you do not have a DHCP server and want to assign an IP address in your computer network range to the cameras. Range for IP Assignment: The MAXPRO NVR system automatically detects all the cameras in this range on the network.
  • Page 33 • A MAXPRO NVR Wizard pop-up message appears detailing the available free channels in the system on NVR Hybrid units if there are analog cameras (pre-configured or added manually). It also gives you a hint about deleting the unused analog channels to add IP cameras.
  • Page 34 INSTALLATION page • Click LAUNCH. The MAXPRO NVR Log On dialog appears. Please wait while the system logs you on automatically as a Windows Logged-In User. MAXPRO NVR launches and the Viewer tab appears. The Devices window on the left pane lists all the discovered network cameras.
  • Page 35: Maxpro Nvr Wizard Settings On The Task Bar

    M A X P R O N V R W I Z A R D MAXPRO NVR Wizard Settings on the Task bar If you right-click the MAXPRO NVR Wizard on the Task bar, a shortcut menu appears with a list of quick configuration settings.
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  • Page 37: Licensing Information

    Licensing Information In this chapter... Section See page... Viewing the Version and License Information of MAXPRO NVR MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 38: Viewing The Version And License Information Of Maxpro Nvr

    On registration, the license is limited to the number of camera licenses purchased with the software. You can view the version and license information of MAXPRO NVR software from the User menu. To view the version and license information From the User menu on the top right, click About from the drop-down list.
  • Page 39: Registration And Licensing

    L I C E N S I N G I N F O R M A T I O N Viewing the Version and License Information of MAXPRO NVR Figure 2-2 License Management Console The License Management Console dialog box displays the number of days remaining in the 60-day activation period since the software was installed.
  • Page 40 General Features and Devices. When you are satisfied, click Next. Note: Any discrepancy in the license must be reported to Honeywell Sales Support. For example, the Maximum supported cameras row under the Selected License column displays the number of cameras for which the license is purchased. If the number of cameras is less or more than the number of cameras for which the license was purchased, contact Honeywell Sales Support immediately.
  • Page 41: Logging On And Familiarization

    Logging on and Familiarization In this chapter... Section See page... Logging on Using Profiles Port Forwarding Familiarizing with the MAXPRO NVR User Interface Setting Preferences MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 42: Logging On Using Profiles

    You can set a profile as the default profile. When a profile is set as default, you do not need to select the profile each time you log on to MAXPRO NVR. You can also modify and delete profiles.
  • Page 43: Saving A Server Address In A Profile

    L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Logging on Using Profiles If there is no profile set as default, then select the Profile corresponding to the MAXPRO NVR server to which you want to connect.
  • Page 44: Modifying A Profile

    In the client workstation, double-click the icon on the desktop to display the Log On dialog box. Click Server Settings. The Server Settings dialog box appears. In the Choose Profile box, select the profile you want to delete. Click Remove. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 45: Editing The Ports

    L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Logging on Using Profiles Click OK. The profile is deleted. Editing the Ports The MAXPRO NVR user interface includes a provision to modify the port number associated to the following components: • Trinity Server •...
  • Page 46: Port Forwarding

    In the router’s port forwarding section you need to map the ports for each of the services running in the NVRs. An internet MAXPRO NVR client can connect to a NVR, by specifying the public IP address given to the router and corresponding ports mapped in the port forwarding table in the router.
  • Page 47 NVR can be behind the router. Figure 3-6 Port Forwarding scenario 2 In the above figure: There is a single MAXPRO NVR 1 with the default port numbers, 20007, 26026, 10000 configured for the following services respectively: • Trinity Server •...
  • Page 48: Logging Off

    MAXPRO NVR from an external MAXPRO NVR Client. Logging off You can log off from MAXPRO NVR from the User menu. The name of the currently logged in user is displayed as the User menu on the top right of each screen.
  • Page 49: Familiarizing With The Maxpro Nvr User Interface

    Familiarizing with the MAXPRO NVR User Interface The user interface of MAXPRO NVR is easy-to-use because of its intuitive icons and user- friendly features. You can configure the devices in the video surveillance network through the MAXPRO NVR user interface. The user interface consists of tabs, tree-structures, status bar, floating windows, and icons.
  • Page 50 When a part of the camera name is typed in the text box, the Intellisense search displays the list of cameras that are connected to the MAXPRO NVR in the Devices window. For example, if you are searching for Camera 2 connected to MAXPRO NVR, then type Ca in the text box.
  • Page 51 L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Familiarizing with the MAXPRO NVR User Interface Component Description Image/Clip window Click to display a floating window that lists the images and clips in a tree structure.
  • Page 52 L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Familiarizing with the MAXPRO NVR User Interface Component Description Views window A floating window that lists the salvo views. The View window consists of My Salvo Views and Shared Salvo views.
  • Page 53: Configurator Tab

    L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Familiarizing with the MAXPRO NVR User Interface Configurator Tab The following figure illustrates the Configurator tab.
  • Page 54: Search Tab

    Cameras associated to the Recorder Selecting the Date and Time Selecting the Events Search results window Figure 3-9 Search tab You can search for recorded video and events in MAXPRO NVR from the Search tab. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 55: Report Tab

    L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Familiarizing with the MAXPRO NVR User Interface Report Tab The following figure illustrates the Report tab.
  • Page 56: Setting Preferences

    You can also select the default values for the general and OSD settings using the Preferences option. MAXPRO NVR supports three modes of encryption between client and server. On the Advance Settings tab you can select the options such as Default Encryption, Windows Authentication Encryption and Certificate Based Encryption under the Application Security Settings for secure communication.
  • Page 57: Pausing The Video Rendering

    For Pause Video Rendering, select the check box next to the tab names that you want to select. Figure 3-13 Settings for pausing the Video Rendering Click Apply. Click OK to close the dialog box. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 58: Settings For Alarm Preview Pane

    Note: You can view video related to alarms for the cameras connected to MAXPRO NVR. For Pre Alarm, Post Alarm, and On Alarm, the video is played only when the video recording pertaining to the date and time of alarm is available.
  • Page 59: Setting The Alarm Threshold Value

    You can configure the time interval for the exported snapshot. To configure the time interval for the exported snapshot Click the Preferences option in the User menu, . The Preferences dialog box appears. By default, the General Settings tab is selected. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 60: Configuring The Osd Settings

    Click Edit and select the font and color properties in the dialog box. Click OK to close the font properties dialog box. Click Apply in the Preferences dialog box. Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 61: Configuring The Timeline Settings

    Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box. Configuring the Diagnostic Settings To configure the diagnostic settings Click the Preferences option in the User menu, . The Preferences dialog box appears. Click the Diagnostic Settings tab. Figure 3-19 Diagnostic Settings tab MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 62 L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Setting Preferences Under Change log level settings, select the check boxes corresponding to logs as applicable. Click Apply. Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 63: Configuring The Advanced Settings

    Configuring the Advanced Settings Encryption secures the communication between server and client. You can encrypt the data between client to server using encryption feature. MAXPRO NVR supports three types of encryption modes to communicate with NVR box through client. Each encryption has specific pre-requisites.
  • Page 64 Figure 3-21 Advance Settings Tab Service Restart Note: All services will be restarted and all clients will be auto-reconnected. Click Apply to close the Preferences dialog box. The following figures depicts the Encryption certificate deployment scenarios: MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 65: Configuring The Default Settings

    L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Setting Preferences Configuring the Default Settings To apply the default settings Click Reset to apply default settings while setting preferences. Click System Defaults to apply the system default settings while setting preferences. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 66 L O G G I N G O N A N D F A M I L I A R I Z A T I O N Setting Preferences This page is intentionally left blank MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 67: Configuring Maxpro Nvr

    Configuring the Input and Output for an IP Camera Configuring 360/180 Cameras Managing Analog Cameras Configuring the Input and Output for an Analog Camera Server VMD (Smart VMD) Updating the Cameras Deleting the Cameras Configuring the Schedules Configuring the Sequences Performing User Administration MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 68: Overview

    Overview Overview The MAXPRO NVR configuration task is performed only by the user having the “NVR Administrator” role. This is the initial task performed after the setting up the MAXPRO NVR system. Note: For a user having the “Operator” role, the contents in this chapter serve as a reference.
  • Page 69: Configuring The System Settings

    Note: The information in the Device Address and the Device Name fields is mandatory. Device Address must be set to the machine name or IP address of the NVR for the system to work properly. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 70: Event Recording Settings

    You can set this value from 5 seconds to 5 minutes. Note: Honeywell recommends that you retain the default setting of 30 seconds to get optimal recorded time on an event. •...
  • Page 71: Holidays/Exceptions Settings

    Remove Holiday. • Select the check box for the exception you want to remove, and click Remove Exception. Click Save to save the information or click Reset to clear the information entered. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 72: Configuring The Disk Management Settings

    Configuring the Di sk Management Settings Disk Management helps you to configure the disk settings for saving the recorded video. All the drives available on the MAXPRO NVR system are automatically added in the Disk Management page. To configure the Disk Management settings Click the Configurator tab.
  • Page 73 Free disk space - displays the free disk space available on the drives. You can also view a graphical illustration of the drive statistics with legends for each of the above fields. Figure 4-3 Graphical Illustration MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 74 Click Add Drive to add a fixed drive or a network drive. • The fixed drive that you are adding must be available on the MAXPRO NVR system, else an “Invalid Drive” text displays in the Total Space (GB) column.
  • Page 75: Configuring The Cameras

    Adding IP Cameras / Encoders The MAXPRO NVR Wizard automatically discovers Honeywell cameras in the network and adds it to the MAXPRO NVR user interface. Alternatively, you can also discover and add all the supported cameras in MAXPRO NVR in the Camera page.
  • Page 76 Continuous Recording - All cameras added are defaulted to “24/7” recording. You can choose a different option from the drop-down list. • Event Based Recording - This is “None” by default. Select an option from the drop-down if you want to do motion based recording. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 77: Camera Advanced Settings Pane

    • Video Channel Number - Displays the video channel number for the camera (only applicable to cameras connected through encoders). Click to open the Camera Advanced Settings pane. Figure 4-5 Camera Advanced Settings pane MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 78 A GOP consists of “IFrame” picture type that represents a fixed image independent of other picture types. Each GOP begins with this type of picture. Under Record Quality Settings • Select the FPS for Continuous recording. • Select the FPS for Event based recording. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 79: Configuring The Advanced Discovery Settings

    NVR from the Discovery window. The Username and Password set for the camera in MAXPRO NVR must match the username and password on the camera (actual device) to stream video into MAXPRO NVR.
  • Page 80: Discovering And Adding Third Party Psia, Onvif And Axis Cameras

    Discovering and Adding Third Party PSIA, ONVIF and AXIS Cameras The third party PSIA, ONVIF and AXIS cameras that are discovered in the MAXPRO NVR user interface do not display the model name. However, the Camera Type field associated to the ONVIF, PSIA, and AXIS cameras displays “ONVIF DEVICE”, “PSIA DEVICE”...
  • Page 81 TCP and UDP based streaming modes. You can choose the required streaming mode during the configuration depending upon what camera supports. Tip: To discover and configure the AXIS Camera/Encoders as an ONVIF device in MAXPRO NVRs, see Appendix B MAXPRO®NVRs - AXIS Camera/Encoders Discovery and Configuration (using ONVIF) section.
  • Page 82: Discovering And Adding Multi-Channel Encoders

    URL: http://www.security.honeywell.com/hota/ for the most up to date list of encoders supported by MAXPRO NVR. MAXPRO NVR automatically discovers its supported encoders and displays them in the Discovery window as shown in the following figure. Figure 4-7 Encoder discovery The encoder is discovered as a single device in the Discovery window, and “n”...
  • Page 83: Adding Flir Camera

    8081 (default ONVIF port used by camera). To add FLIR Camera in MAXPRO NVR In MAXPRO NVR, click the Configurator tab. The System page displays by default. Click the Camera tab to open the Camera page. Click New. A new camera is added under Camera list.
  • Page 84 Select the required FLIR Series model camera from the Camera Type drop-down list as shown below (for example FLIR F-Series). Figure 4-9 Adding FLIR Model Camera Scroll right to manually type the User Name and Password. Note: The default user name is admin and password is admin. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 85: Adding Rtsp Cameras/Encoders

    For the camera type “Generic RTSP”, you must specify the following RTSP settings. Figure 4-11 RTSP Settings • Type the RTSP URL. Click for help on RTSP URLs format that can be assigned to different camera types. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 86: Configuring The Input And Output For An Ip Camera

    For electrical characteristics of the input and output refer to the camera documentation. In MAXPRO NVR, the inputs and outputs of a camera are configured by default in the database while adding a camera. MAXPRO NVR has a specialized interface that lists the inputs and outputs associated to the configured cameras.
  • Page 87: Io Page

    Trigger The default option is NONE. If a control output is (NONE/ControlOutput) selected, then the selected output is activated when the corresponding input activates. Note A cameras input can only activate the same cameras output. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 88 Ensure that "Display Video on Alarm" check box is selected in the MAXPRO NVR Logon dialog box. The Output(s) pane lists the outputs for the configured cameras. Select the appropriate options in the fields as explained in the following table.
  • Page 89: Configuring 360/180 Cameras

    • Select the Mounting Position. You have three options to choose from: Wall, Ceiling, and Ground. • Select the Default Mode for the camera. The available modes are PTZ Mode, Quad Mode, and Perimeter Mode. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 90: Configuring Oncam Grandeye Cameras

    The recommended Aspect Ratio for Immervision Certified cameras is 4:3. Configuring Oncam Grandeye Cameras The integration of the unique 360-degree Oncam Grandeye H.264 IP cameras in MAXPRO NVR enables video surveillance, acquisition and tracking that identifies suspicious behavior enabling the interrogation and verification of a potential threat. This in-turn provides the necessary intelligence needed to make a measured response to any critical situation.
  • Page 91: Adding Oncam Grandeye Cameras

    Password - Type the default password, “admin”. • Video Channel Number Click to open the Camera Advanced Settings pane. Under Grandeye Panorama Settings: Figure 4-14 Grandeye Panorama Settings • Select the Enable Panorama check box to enable the panorama settings. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 92: Adding Axis 360/180 Camera

    SP1 or later supports discovering and adding Axis 360/180 models. These were supported through RTSP only in v3.1 or lower versions. In MAXPRO NVR, click the Configurator tab. The System page displays by default. Click the Camera tab to open the Camera page.
  • Page 93 By default the username and password configured in the camera is considered. Note: The default user name is root and password is pass. Click Apply. In the Discover cameras here area, click Add to add the camera. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 94: Adding Remaining Axis Channels

    Figure 4-16 Adding Remaining Axis Channels Click Yes to add the remaining channels. The list of channels associated with the camera is added in the Camera list as shown below. Figure 4-17 AXIS Channels MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 95: Adding Arecont 360/180 Camera

    SP1 or later supports discovering and adding Arecont 360/180 model cameras. These were supported through RTSP only in v3.1 or lower versions. In MAXPRO NVR, click the Configurator tab. The System page displays by default. Click the Camera tab to open the Camera page.
  • Page 96: Adding Arecont 360 Model Camera

    By default the username and password configured in the camera is considered. Note: The default user name is admin and password is admin. Click Apply. In the Discover cameras here area, click Add to add the camera. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 97: Adding Remaining Arecont Channels

    Click Yes to add the remaining analog channels. The list of channels associated with the Arecont 360 camera is added in the Camera list as shown below. By default the Arecont 360 camera adds four channels under camera list. Figure 4-20 Arecont Channels MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 98: Managing Analog Cameras

    Managing Analog Cameras MAXPRO NVR Hybrid now supports Analog Capture card through which you can connect up to 16 analog cameras. The following figures depict the MAXPRO NVR Hybrid SE, XE and PE box with analog capture card. Figure 4-21...
  • Page 99: Adding/Deleting Analog Cameras

    Click Delete. A confirmation message appears “Do you really want to delete camera(s)” Click Yes to delete. Configuring Analog Cameras Pre-requisite to configure analog cameras: Ensure that you connect the required number of cameras manually to the analog capture card and then perform the below steps. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 100: Camera Page

    Continuous Recording - All cameras added are defaulted to “24/7” recording. You can choose a different option from the drop-down list. • Event Based Recording - This is “None” by default. Select an option from the drop-down if you want to do motion based recording. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 101: Camera Advanced Settings Pane

    1 channel. Click to open the Camera Advanced Settings pane. Figure 4-26 Camera Advanced Settings pane Note: The Camera Advanced Settings pane is disabled when there are no cameras available in the system. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 102 They can be deleted only manually from the Search tab. Click Video Display Settings. The Color Correction dialog box appears. Note: The Video Display Settings feature is available only on the desktop local client on the NVR Hybrid Server machine. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 103: Advanced Ptz Settings

    Click Save to save the display settings. Click Save to save the configuration. Advanced PTZ Settings MAXPRO NVR now supports the advanced PTZ settings for an analog PTZ camera. Note: Advanced PTZ settings are available only for analog PTZ cameras.
  • Page 104: Configuring The Input And Output For An Analog Camera

    The input output combinations cannot be mapped to any other analog or IP camera other than the default configuration. The below figures depicts the typical input and output ports ( Highlighted in Red) for MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE, SE and PE figure 4-29 Box.
  • Page 105: Input And Output Ports For Maxpro Nvr Hybrid Se

    C O N F I G U R I N G M A X P R O N V R Configuring the Cameras Figure 4-28 Input and Output Ports For MAXPRO NVR Hybrid SE Figure 4-29 MAXPRO NVR Hybrid PE Rear View...
  • Page 106: Spot Monitoring

    C O N F I G U R I N G M A X P R O N V R Configuring the Cameras Figure 4-30 Input and Output Ports For MAXPRO NVR Hybrid PE Spot Monitoring The Spot Monitoring feature allows you to view the live video of analog cameras from the box.
  • Page 107: Server Vmd (Smart Vmd)

    Video Motion Detection (VMD) is a built-in intelligent feature that enables you to configure motion detection for the live video streamed by MAXPRO NVR using its connected cameras. Configuring motion detection involves defining one or more Region of Interest (ROI) in the field of view.
  • Page 108: Detection Of Relevant Motion

    Repeat the operation to exclude more regions. To delete a region, select the region from the Configured Regions drop-down list, then click Delete Region. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 109 The Object Size Threshold (the minimum object size required to trigger an alarm) is displayed as a yellow rectangle in the field of view. Click and drag the corners of the rectangle to resize the minimum object size for motion detection. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 110: Updating The Cameras

    Click the Camera tab to navigate to the Camera page. Select the check box corresponding to the camera you want to delete. Click Delete. A confirmation message appears at the bottom of the display area. Click Yes. The selected camera is deleted. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 111: Configuring The Schedules

    To create a schedule Click the Configurator tab. The System page displays by default. Click the Schedule tab to navigate to the Schedule page. By default MAXPRO NVR supports the following 4 default schedules: 24 x 7, Weekday, DayTime, and NightTime.
  • Page 112: Deleting A Schedule

    Click Save or click Reset to undo the changes. Note: You can create a maximum of 50 schedules in MAXPRO NVR. Deleting a Schedule You can delete a schedule for the camera when you do not want to record video at recurring intervals.
  • Page 113: Configuring The Sequences

    You can create a sequence to display video that is captured from different cameras connected to MAXPRO NVR. Note: You can add a maximum of 50 sequences in MAXPRO NVR. To create a sequence Click the Configurator tab. The System page displays by default.
  • Page 114: Rearranging The Cameras In The Sequence

    You can remove a preset when you do not want it to be associated with a sequence. To remove presets from a camera In the Preset column, do not select any preset from the drop-down list. Click Save. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 115: Updating A Sequence

    Click the Sequence tab to navigate to the Sequence page. Select the check box corresponding to the sequence you want to delete. Click Delete. A confirmation message appears on the top of the display area. Click Yes. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 116: Performing User Administration

    You can create two types of users in MAXPRO NVR: System Local User and Windows User. System Local User A System local user can access only MAXPRO NVR Client. This user may not have access to a client workstation. Windows User A Windows user can access a client workstation and also MAXPRO NVR Client.
  • Page 117: Adding A User

    You can add a user by providing a unique user name and a password. Only the “NVR Administrator role” user can add a new user in MAXPRO NVR. You can add up to 1024 users in MAXPRO NVR. After you add a new user, you can assign a role to it.
  • Page 118 To remove an input event, under the Associated List, select a check box corresponding to the input event and then click <. The selected input event appears under the Available List. • Click << to disassociate all the input events to the Available List. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 119: Updating A User

    Change the settings such as user name, user description, and so on. Click Save. Deleting a User You can remove a user from MAXPRO NVR. When you delete a user, all the associations made to the user are also removed. To delete a user Click the Configurator tab.
  • Page 120 C O N F I G U R I N G M A X P R O N V R Performing User Administration Select the check box corresponding to the user you want to delete. Click Delete. A confirmation message appears at the bottom of the display area. Click Yes. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 121: Monitoring A Site

    Live Video Video Viewing Options from Immervision Enabled Cameras Video Viewing Options from Oncam Grandeye Cameras Context Menu Options Playing a Sequence Video Recording and Viewing Timeline Video Control Calendar Search Images and Clips Alarms MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 122: Salvo Layouts And Panels

    When you want to view video from the same cameras and scan sequences again, you can select the corresponding salvo view. See Salvo View section. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 123 PTZ effects on the video display, and perform color correction on the video display. You can also move the camera to a preset position, save a preset position, and start recording video. See Video Control Options in the Panel Toolbars section. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 124: Salvo View

    You can save a salvo view after you realign the cameras using the Save option on the Salvo Bar. You can also use the Save As option to save an existing salvo view with a different name. The context menu options on the salvo bar include Create Salvo View, and FullScreen. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 125: Surrounding Cameras

    Hover the mouse over the panel displaying video from the camera. A panel toolbar appears. Click in the panel toolbar. The surrounding cameras salvo layout starts displaying video from the camera and the associated cameras. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 126: Live Video

    When you hover the mouse over a video display, toolbars appear over the panel. The toolbars enable you to perform actions such as flipping the video display, applying color correction, and so on. See Video Control Options in the Panel Toolbars section. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 127: Video Viewing Options From Immervision Enabled Cameras

    In Quad mode, you can see four different fisheye views on a single salvo panel. In each of the views, you can Zoom in, Zoom out, Pan up, pan down, Tilt up, and Tilt down the video. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 128: Ptz Mode

    Quad Mode PTZ Mode In PTZ mode, you can see a single view, which enables you to Zoom in, Zoom out, Pan up, Pan down, Tilt right, and Tilt left the video. Figure 5-4 PTZ Mode MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 129: Panomorph Settings In The Viewer

    To view video in different modes • Right-click the panel displaying live vide, point to Panomorph Settings, and then select one of the modes (PTZ Mode/Quad Mode/Perimeter Mode) as applicable. Figure 5-5 Panomorph Settings in the Viewer MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 130: Video Viewing Options From Oncam Grandeye Cameras

    Figure 5-6 Halocam- VCam Mode Note: Right-click the pane displaying live video (for a Halocam or Evolution camera), point to Oncam GE-Dewarping settings, and then select any mode to view live video. Figure 5-7 Halocam-Panorama Mode MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 131 M O N I T O R I N G A S I T E Video Viewing Options from Oncam Grandeye Cameras Figure 5-8 Halocam- All Quad Positions Mode Figure 5-9 Evolution-Panorama Mode MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 132: Context Menu Options

    Select a previewed video, and click export the previewed clip. Show Surrounding Cameras to view video from the associated cameras. Surrounding Cameras section. Calendar to open the Calendar search view, which enables searching for the recorded video. Calendar Search section. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 133: Playing A Sequence

    Click the Sequences window. Double-click the sequence you want to play or select the sequence, and then click Play Sequence. You can drag and drop the sequence on a panel in the salvo layout. Caution: For MAXPRO NVR XE and MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE, it is recommended  that you run only 1 sequence at a time on a client (remote or local). MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 134: Video Recording And Viewing

    In the Configurator tab, you can configure the settings to record video for the cameras connected to MAXPRO NVR. Three types of record settings are available for the cameras connected to MAXPRO NVR. They are user activated, scheduled/ background recording, and motion detected recording.
  • Page 135: Timeline

    Note: The timeline shows the green color and gray color only for the cameras connected to MAXPRO NVR. You can click the timeline to play the recorded video. The following table lists the colors that appear in the timeline. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 136: Viewing Thumbnails

    The speed appears in the icon when you move the slider. For example, 1x in the icon indicates the playing speed. • Skip time intervals using the time jump control MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 137: Context Menu Options

    Note • The Sync video feature only consumes one playback session out of 32 playback sessions available in MAXPRO NVR. • Using this feature, you can playback the selected camera’s sync time with a camera in playback mode using a single playback session.
  • Page 138: Playing Recorded Video Using Mark In And Mark Out Points In The Timeline

    Add Mark In in the context menu. The mark in can also be added from a panel displaying video. Right-click the panel and click Add Mark In in the context menu. The mark in is added at the corresponding date and time in the timeline. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 139: Playing Video From The Loop

    In addition, you can cut and copy a bookmark and paste it at a different point in the timeline. The bookmark comments appear as tool tips in the timeline at marked points and are helpful while reviewing recorded video. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 140: Adding A Bookmark

    Paste in the context menu. Deleting a Bookmark You can delete a bookmark in any of the following ways. • Right-click the bookmark you want to delete. A context menu appears. Click Remove Bookmark in the context menu. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 141 M O N I T O R I N G A S I T E Timeline • Click to select the bookmark you want to delete and then click the icon or press the DELETE key. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 142: Video Control

    The drop-down list is disabled when digital PTZ is enabled. You need to disable the digital PTZ feature to select a preset. See Panning, Tilting, and Zooming section for information on enabling and disabling the digital PTZ feature. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 143 PTZ feature. view video from associated cameras. See Surrounding Cameras section. pan left pan right tilt up tilt down iris open auto iris iris close focus near MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 144: Panning, Tilting, And Zooming

    You can pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) the video displayed in a panel. Using the digital PTZ feature in MAXPRO NVR, you can perform panning and tilting on live and recorded video and clips. The digital PTZ feature when enabled allows you to perform panning and tilting on the video display that is zoomed or enlarged.
  • Page 145: Ptz Panel Bar

    M O N I T O R I N G A S I T E Video Control Figure 5-10 PTZ Panel Bar MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 146: Calendar Search

    Right-click the camera on the salvo panel and click Calendar as shown in the following figure. Figure 5-12 Right-clicking the camera in the salvo panel Right the camera in the device tree and click Calendar as shown in the following figure. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 147: Right-Clicking The Camera In The Device Tree

    Indicates that there are no recordings available for the particular day/hour/minute. Indicates that the recordings are available for the particular day/hour/minute. indicates that there is recording for that particular time frame, and not exactly at that particular time stamp. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 148: Switching To The Day, Hour, Minute Views By Selecting From The Drop-Down List

    Switching to the day, hour, minute views by selecting from the drop-down list Alternatively, move the slider to the right as shown in the following figure to switch to the Day, Hour and Minute views. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 149: Switching To The Day, Hour, Minute Views By Moving The Slider

    Note: Follow the similar procedure to view day/hour/minute wise recordings. • At any point of time, click the Live view icon as shown in the following illustration to go back to the Live video view. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 150: Options Available On The Panel

    Saves the frame displayed in the panel as an image in the BMP format. Save Image As Saves the frame displayed in the panel as an image in the other formats such as JPG, GIF, PNG and soon. Show Video Displays the video. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 151: Creating Clips

    Figure 5-17 Creating Clips Note: See the Creating Clips section for more information on creating clips for recorded video. Only WMV format (evidence clips) clip export option is supported when you create clips from Calendar Search. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 152: Preview Search

    Right-click a camera in the device tree, and then click Preview. Figure 5-18 Preview Search - Right-clicking the camera from the Device tree Right-click the panel displaying live video and click Preview. Figure 5-19 Preview Search- Right-clicking the Live Video pane MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 153: Preview Search - Results

    A list of recordings for the particular day appear. Figure 5-21 Preview Search - Results Note: By default, medium sized snapshots(recordings) are displayed. To view small or large snapshots, select the appropriate option from the drop-down list as shown in the following figure. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 154 Figure 5-23 Changing the Snapshot duration Navigation Tips • At any point of time, click the Live view icon as shown in the following figure to go back to the Live video view. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 155: Options Available On The Panel

    JPG, GIF, PNG and soon. Show Video Displays the video. Creating Clips You can create clips for the recorded video. • Click the Clip Export icon on the toolbar as shown in the following figure. Figure 5-25 Creating Clips MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 156 M O N I T O R I N G A S I T E Preview Search Note: See the Creating Clips section for more information on creating clips for recorded video. Only WMV format (evidence clips) clip export option is supported when you create clips from Preview Search. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 157: Images And Clips

    Select Save Image to save the image in. BMP format. Alternatively, you can click the toolbar on top of the salvo layout. The images are saved in the ImagesAndClips folder at the location in the hard drive in which MAXPRO NVR files are installed. For example, X:\Program Files\Honeywell\TrinityFramework\ImagesAndClips. Here, X: is the hard drive.
  • Page 158 Under Stream, select the required Format. Note: You can export the clips in WMV or ASF formats. See WMV Vs ASF format section. Type the Job Name or retain the default name assigned by MAXPRO NVR. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 159: Naming Convention For Clips

    CameraDoor The name of the camera. The file extension for the clip. The file extension for the clip. The file extension for the clip. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 160: Wmv Vs Asf Format

    Viewing Images and Clips From the Images/Clip window, you can view the images and clips saved in the ImagesAndClips folder at the location in the hard drive in which MAXPRO NVR files are installed. To view the list of saved images and clips Click the Viewer tab, and then click the Images/Clip tab.
  • Page 161: Viewing Options For Images

    Click the Viewer tab. Expand the folder in which the image or clips is saved in the Images/Clip window. Right-click the image or clip which you want to delete. A context menu appears. Click Delete. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 162: Alarms

    Click the Viewer tab, and then click Alarm tab. Click to select the alarm you want to acknowledge in the Alarm window. The unacknowledged alarms are listed in the first table in the Alarm window. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 163: Context Menu Options

    Events Only is greater than or equal to the alarm severity threshold value are listed. See Setting Preferences section for more information. Receive Both list both alarms and events in the Alarm window. Alarms and Events MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 164: Clearing Acknowledged Alarms

    ID, and the event attribute associated to the alarm. You can also use the previous and next buttons to view the details of the alarms listed in the alarms window. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 165 Events whose severity level is greater than or equal to the alarm severity threshold value are listed. See Setting Preferences section for more information. Receive Both Alarms and Events to list both alarms and events in the Alarm window. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 166 M O N I T O R I N G A S I T E Alarms This page is intentionally left blank MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 167: Searching Recorded Video In Maxpro Nvr

    Searching Recorded Video in MAXPRO NVR In this chapter... Section See page... Overview MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 168: Overview

    Last 30 Days - video recorded in MAXPRO NVR in the last 30 days. • On - video recorded on a particular date in MAXPRO NVR. The From box to select the date is enabled when you select On. •...
  • Page 169: Playing Video After Searching

    Note: To select more than one search result, press the CTRL key. Click the icon. The recorded video is deleted from MAXPRO NVR. Intellisense Search The Intellisense search option makes the search of cameras simpler and easier. When a part of the camera name is typed in the text box, the Intellisense search displays the list of cameras that are connected to various recorders in the Devices window.
  • Page 170: Timeline Search

    S E A R C H I N G R E C O R D E D V I D E O I N M A X P R O N V R Overview Timeline Search Note: Timeline section for more information. Calendar Search Note: Calendar Search section for more information. Preview Search Note: Preview Search section for more information. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 171: Maxpro Nvr Web Client

    Section See page... Introducing Web Client Installing Web Client Setting the MAXPRO Web Configurator Logging on to MAXPRO NVR Web Client Familiarizing with the Web Client Page Video Control Options MAXPRO NVR Web Client Features Creating Self Signed Certificate Installing the Certificate...
  • Page 172: Introducing Web Client

    Viewing Presets Installing Web Client By default MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Build 65 installs the Web Client component on your machine. It also installs the MaxproWEBConfigurator utility to change or update the system and server configuration. If you want to access the MAXPRO NVR Server using Web Client remotely through a supported web browser then you should install Silverlight on the remote machine.
  • Page 173 You can update only the Administrator credentials used by Web Server only. The Administrator credentials used by the Web Server should be configured as a non- Windows Administrator user in the MAXPRO NVR through the desktop client. • allows you to enable the PTZ operations for cameras from web client. It is not recommended to use this feature in the current release.
  • Page 174 Under User Configuration: When the (non-window) Administrator login name and password is changed then you can update the credentials here to change the login and password of MAXPRO NVR Web Client to logon to web client . • Type the Username and Password and then click Update.
  • Page 175 M A X P R O N V R W E B C L I E N T Introducing Web Client Note MAXPRO NVR Web Client supports streaming quality resolution up to 1080p. Cameras configured above 1080p resolution are not supported. If you drag and drop a camera configured with megapixel resolutions (above 1080p) resolution then a message appears and video is not displayed as shown below.
  • Page 176: Maxprowebconfigurator-Server Configuration

    Note: If you want to access the web client using secured connection then click the HTTPS option. When you access the MAXPRO NVR server using the URL https://<MAXPRO NVR Server IP or Machine /Computer name>/MAXPROWEB/ then the following message is displayed. Click Continue to this website to proceed.
  • Page 177 Introducing Web Client Note: The Web Server and MAXPRO Server are both installed on the NVR server machine by default and the IPs are set by default to local IP or computer/machine name. It is recommended to change these settings to NVR Server (local) computer/machine name, if it is not set by default in your system.
  • Page 178: Logging On To Maxpro Nvr Web Client

    Note: <MAXPRO NVR Server IP or Computer/Machine name> needs to be replaced by the IP address or computer/machine name (as applicable) of the MAXPRO NVR Server machine on which both the Web Server and NVR Server are installed by default.
  • Page 179: Signout

    Figure 3-4 MAXPRO NVR Web Page -Initial View Under Live Video pane, click the MAXPRO NVR node. The list of cameras configured in the MAXPRO NVR server is displayed. Note: The list of cameras displayed is based on the user or operator permissions configured in the MAXPRO NVR Server.
  • Page 180: Familiarizing With The Web Client Page

    Familiarizing with the Web Client Page Familiarizing with the Web Client Page The web page of MAXPRO NVR Web client consists of tree-structure, floating window, and icons. On opening the page, you see the following: Live Video Pane and default Salvo view.
  • Page 181: Video Control Options

    See Taking a Snapshot section. close the required panel. You can view this icon when you hover the mouse on the top of a panel MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 182 M A X P R O N V R W E B C L I E N T Familiarizing with the Web Client Page Icon Click to... select the required salvo view to arrange the panels. See Resizing the Salvo section. close all the panels in a salvo layout. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 183: Maxpro Nvr Web Client Features

    Live Video You can view live video using the option available in MAXPRO NVR web client. The panels in the salvo layout display video. You can select the video source from cameras on the Live Video pane.
  • Page 184: Resizing The Salvo

    Playback, Live video, taking snapshots and viewing Presets. Note: Each MAXPRO NVR box has a limit of 32 streams for both live and playback feature combined. Even if the same camera is opened for live in multiple web clients then it consumes only 1 stream.
  • Page 185: Navigation Tip

    MAXPRO NVR Web Client Features Note: Each MAXPRO NVR box has a limit of 32 streams for both live and playback feature combined. Even if the same camera is opened for live in multiple web clients then it consumes only 1 stream. Each playback function consumes 1 additional stream always.
  • Page 186: Viewing Presets

    Viewing Presets Preset can be viewed in web client if the camera is a PTZ camera. To view Presets in web client you need to define the presets in MAXPRO NVR. To configure presets in MAXPRO NVR, Creating a Sequence section.
  • Page 187: Creating Self Signed Certificate

    Click OK to save the snapshot. Creating Self Signed Certificate Self signed certificate is required if you want to access the MAXPRO NVR server using your domain name. You should create a certificate, bind it to the https and then install the certificate to access the server using the web browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari).
  • Page 188: Server Certificate

    M A X P R O N V R W E B C L I E N T MAXPRO NVR Web Client Features Figure 3-11 Server Certificate. The Server Certificate window is displayed as shown below. Figure 3-12 Server Certificate Click the Create Self-Signed Certificate on the rightmost pane.
  • Page 189: Specify Friendly Name

    M A X P R O N V R W E B C L I E N T MAXPRO NVR Web Client Features Figure 3-13 Specify Friendly Name Type a friendly name for the certificate and then click OK. A new certificate is generated and listed under server certificates list as shown below.
  • Page 190: Binding The Generated Certificate With Https

    M A X P R O N V R W E B C L I E N T MAXPRO NVR Web Client Features Binding the generated certificate with https To bind the generated certificate with the https In the Internet Information Manager (IIS) window, expand the server node under Connections pane.
  • Page 191: Installing The Certificate

    3-18. The Certificate dialog box appears Note: You can install the certificate using Internet Explorer. Once the installation is done you can access the MAXPRO NVR server using other browsers on the same machine using your domain name. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 192 M A X P R O N V R W E B C L I E N T MAXPRO NVR Web Client Features Figure 3-19 Certificate Click the Install Certificate button. Certificate Import Wizard dialog box appears Figure 3-20 Certificate Import Wizard Click the Browse button and then select the Trusted Certificate Authorities option.
  • Page 193: Generating Reports

    Generating Reports In this chapter... Section See page... Overview Generating the Event History Report Generating the Operator Log Report Viewing, Printing, and Saving the Report MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 194: Overview

    For example, creating clips, adding bookmarks, and other actions performed by a user. You can select the users and the list of activities you want to view while generating the report. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 195: Generating The Event History Report

    Video Inputs in the Device Types box, all the camera names appear in the Devices box. Under Custom Events, select the IO Alarms check box to include the input and output alarms. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 196 To select all the events in the Selected Events box, click In the Event Severity list, select the severity of the event. Click Generate Report. The event history report is generated and appears in the display area. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 197: Generating The Operator Log Report

    Tabular to view the operator log report in a table or Graphical to view the operator log report in a graph. Click Generate Report. The operator log report is generated and appears in the display area. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 198: Viewing, Printing, And Saving The Report

    (zoom in) and reduce (zoom out) the report view. close the current view. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 199: Image Stream Combinations For Oncam Grandeye Cameras

    Grandeye Cameras For Oncam Grandeye Halocam Cameras Camera Type Resolution Best fps (MAX)(H.264) FullPanorama 640x208 1024x336 HalfPanorama1 640x208 1024x336 HalfPanorama2 640x208 1024x336 FishEye 1424x1424 1024x1024 2144x1944 VGAFishEyeWithPan 640x480 Composite1 640x480 Composite2 640x480 VGAFishEye 640x480 320x240 MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 200: For Oncam Grandeye Evolution Cameras

    As per Grandeye this is the Camera stream (Resolution) design specific behavior of the must be set in the Camera Web the camera. page. In MAXPRO NVR, if you do not select the active stream, video is not displayed. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 201: Maxpro Mobile App

    This section describes how to connect to a MAXPRO® NVR using the MAXPRO® Mobile app on an Apple® or Android™ mobile device. It also covers how to use the MAXPRO Mobile app for remote live video viewing, searching for recorded video, taking snapshots for forensic purposes, and other daily tasks.
  • Page 202: Maxpro Nvr Update

    Typical Network Configuration and Settings, on page 205. If the MAXPRO NVR Mobile server software is not pre-installed (you do not have the desktop icon), please follow the instructions in Installing the MAXPRO NVR Mobile Software Update on the NVR.
  • Page 203 A P P E N D I X A MAXPRO Mobile App On the MAXPRO NVR, double-click the MAXPRO NVR Mobile Setup file and then follow the InstallShield Wizard. Accept the terms in the license agreement and then click Next.
  • Page 204 A P P E N D I X A MAXPRO Mobile App Click Next. Follow the InstallShield Wizard to complete the application setup. When the InstallShield Wizard Completed window appears, click Finish. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 205: Typical Network Configuration And Settings

    Typical Network Configuration and Settings Figure a-1 shows a typical system setup. In applications where the mobile device connects to the MAXPRO NVR through a public router, you must configure port forwarding on the router as shown in Table 1-1. Please contact your Network Administrator for assistance.
  • Page 206: Creating Users For The Maxpro Mobile App

    On the Configurator tab, select the User tab, then click Add at the bottom. • Double-click User2 in the User Name column. Type in a name for the MAXPRO Mobile user. • This is the name that will be used to log on to the mobile device to connect to the MAXPRO NVR.
  • Page 207: Adding The Maxpro Nvr To The Maxpro Mobile App

    • Click Save. Adding the MAXPRO NVR to the MAXPRO Mobile In the MAXPRO Mobile app, you must add the MAXPRO NVR so that you can view video. Launch MAXPRO Mobile by tapping on your mobile device. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 208 Tap the cog wheel in the top left hand corner. Add an NVR: Apple mobile device Android mobile device Tap the MAXPRO® NVR tab, then click Tap MAXPRO® NVR, then on the next Add NVR. screen, tap the Plus sign. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 209 A P P E N D I X A MAXPRO Mobile App Set up the MAXPRO NVR. • In the Name field, enter the name of the unit to which you wish to connect. • In the IP Address field, type the address of the unit.
  • Page 210: Using The Maxpro Mobile App

    Note You must set the IP Address field to <IP:PORT> in the Add NVR option if you decide to open a different port on the router for the MAXPRO Mobile server. For more information, see Changing Default Port 80 for the MAXPRO Web Client and MAXPRO Mobile app section.
  • Page 211: Live Video Viewing

       Legend Legend  SnapShot  SnapShot  Time search/Playback  Time search/Playback  Delete camera view Delete camera view   Hide camera list Connected camera   Connected camera list list MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 212 A P P E N D I X A MAXPRO Mobile App To view live video, tap and drag a camera box in the Camera List to a viewing panel in the quad view, as shown below. Apple mobile device Android mobile device MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 213: Viewing Live Video In Full Screen Mode

    Double-tap on one panel in the quad view to view the video from that channel in full screen mode. To return to quad view, double-tap on the panel again. Apple mobile device Android mobile device MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 214: Hiding The Camera List

    Android mobile device Note This feature is not currently available on an Android mobile device. Removing a Camera fro m Live View To remove video from one channel on the viewing display, tap underneath that panel. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 215: Searching For Recorded Video And Playback

    Ta k i n g a S n a p S h o t To take a snapshot of the current video frame in a panel, tap under that panel. This feature is available in both 2x2 mode and full screen mode. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 216: Emailing A Snapshot

    /mnt/sdcard where the snapshot images are stored. Select the desired image. Select the desired image. a. Tap the forward icon. a. Tap the screen to open the Menu. b. Tap Email Photo. b. Tap Share and then tap Email. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 217: Vmd Settings And Motion-Based Recording Configuration

    Video records longer than pre and post event recording with the lower frame rate; that is, Continuous (background) recorded video provides better forensics. MAXPRO NVR supports recording at different frame rates for each camera using a single live stream from the camera and recording quality settings.The NVR Recording Quality Setting options for Continuous (background) and Event recording are: •...
  • Page 218: Configuring The Pre And Post Event Recording Settings

    Configuring the Pre and Post Event Recording Settings Note: Event Recording Settings section for more information on configuring the pre and post event recording settings. Configuring Camera Settings for VMD-Based Re cordi ng To configure camera settings for VMD-based recording MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 219: Server Vmd (Smart Vmd)

    Note: Built-in (Camera-based) VMD support in NVR is based on the type of device integration and may not be supported for all devices. Please refer to the MAXPRO NVR compatibility list on HOTA website (http://www.security.honeywell.com/hota/) for details.Server VMD (Smart VMD) is supported for all video devices supported by NVR.
  • Page 220: Configuring Built-In Vmd (Camera Based Vmd) On Honeywell Ip Cameras

    Select one of the five available regions for each area of interest and draw the region-of-interest box for that region to fully cover the area of interest. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 221: Increasing Vmd Sensitivity

    In such cases, it may not be possible to apply a single area of interest to the whole field of view to reliably detect motion. In such cases, Honeywell recommends covering the camera view with multiple, smaller region-of- interest boxes, concentrating on specific areas where motion alarms are important, such as entrances, restricted access areas, and so on.
  • Page 222: Vmd Configuration Examples

    Three smaller boxes, set to 30% sensitivity, covering the upper portion of the image where people appear small. • Two larger boxes, set to 50% sensitivity, covering the lower portion of the image where objects appear larger. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 223: Combination Field Of View Example

    A P P E N D I X A VMD Settings and Motion-based Recording Configuration The following figure illustrates a typical region-of-interest box configuration in a combination field of view. Figure a-6 Combination Field of View Example MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 224: Metadata And Database Backup

    To backup the metadata and Database On the Microsoft Window® 7 computer, right-click the Computer option, and click Manage in the context menu as shown in the following figure. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 225 A P P E N D I X A Metadata and Database Backup The Computer Management window appears. Right-click Task Scheduler on the left pane, and click Create Basic Task in the context menu as shown in the following figure. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 226 Type a Description for the task. Click Next. The Task Trigger dialog box appears. Select the Daily option. You can select other options based on your requirement. Click Next. The Daily dialog box appears as shown in the following figure. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 227 Select the Program/script that is required to run the task. Click Browse and choose the.bat file - TakeNVRBackup.bat. TakeNVRbackup.bat file is available in the path C:\Install\BackupData when the system is installed/upgraded with 3.1 Build 65 Rev C. For your reference the contents of TakeNVRBackup.bat file is shown below. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 228 MetaKey="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Honeywell\MaxproNVR\TrinityFramework" GOTO IFEND :BIT64 ServerKey="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Honeywell\MaxproNVR\TrinityFramewor k\Server" ClientKey="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Honeywell\MaxproNVR\TrinityFramework \Client" DatabaseKey="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Honeywell\MaxproNVR\TrinityFrame work\DatabaseDetails" MetaKey="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Honeywell\MaxproNVR\TrinityFramework" :IFEND set value="InstallDir" set value1="INSTANCENAME" set value2="PCNAME" set value3="MetadataPath" for /f "tokens=2* skip=1" %%a in ('reg query %DatabaseKey% /v %value1%') do ( MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 229 %backupcmd% "%MetaPath%\REIPEngineMetaData" "%METADATADIR%" >> %CURRENT_PATH%Bkp_Log.txt %backupcmd% "%MetaPath%\REIPEngineMetaDataBackup" "%MetadataBackupFolder%" >> %CURRENT_PATH%Bkp_Log.txt echo ********************************************************************* >> %CURRENT_PATH%Bkp_Log.txt echo Backing up Trinity Database... echo Backing up Trinity Database... >> %CURRENT_PATH%Bkp_Log.txt echo ********************************************************************* >> %CURRENT_PATH%Bkp_Log.txt mkdir %DatabaseFolder% set DATESTAMP=%DATE:~- 4%_%DATE:~7,2%_%DATE:~4,2%__%time:~0,2%_%time:~3,2%_%time:~6,2% MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 230 REM ********************************************************************* Note: To change the Backup Drive, please change the value set BackupDBDrive=D:\. Click Next after you have selected the above batch file. The Summary dialog box appears. Verify the information, and click Finish. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 231: Changing Default Port 80 For The Maxpro Web Client And Maxpro Mobile App

    Changing Default Port 80 for the MAXPRO Web Client and MAXPRO Mobile app Changing the default Port 80 for the MAXPRO Web Client and MAXPRO Mobile app is a two step process: Changing the port 80 on the MAXPRO NVR.
  • Page 232: Step 2: Changing The Port In The Maxpro Web Client And Maxpro Mobile App

    Port change option in the configurator tool is available only in 3.1 Build 65 Rev C or higher version. Step 2: Changing the Port in the MAXPRO Web Client and MAXPRO Mobile app To change the port MAXPRO Mobile app Launch MAXPRO Mobile by tapping on your mobile device.
  • Page 233: Installing Maxpro Web Client Manually

    Installing MAXPRO Web Client Manually To install the MAXPRO Web Client Manually: Go to the MAXPRO NVR setup folder on your computer, and navigate to MaxproWebClient folder. Double-click the Setup.exe. The Uninstallation wizard appears. Click Next. The following screen appears displaying the base product selection.
  • Page 234 A P P E N D I X B Click NVR option and then click Next. The following screen appears displaying the program features. Click Next. The following screen appears. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 235 Type the Streaming Server IP . Type the LiveURI. Type the PlaybackURI. Type the Server IP Address. If the MAXPRO NVR server is installed in some other machine then provide the IP of that machine. Note: You can also change the MAXPRO NVR Server IP address anytime using the MAXPROWebConfigurator utility.
  • Page 236 Type the Admin User name. The default username is admin. Type the Admin Password. The default password is trinity. Note: By default the Controller Port, Server Port, Storage Engine port details are updated. destination folder Click Next. The following screen appears displaying the MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 237 A P P E N D I X B Click Change if you want to change the destination folder, and then select the folder where MAXPRO NVR web service must be installed. Click Next. The following screen appears displaying the Media Destination folder.
  • Page 238 A P P E N D I X B Note: For Honeywell boxed solutions (XE,SE,PE) the default Windows user name is Administrator and Windows password is Password1. Click Next. The Information for Mobile Application screen appears. Click Next. Ready to Install screen appears.
  • Page 239 Click Finish to complete the installation. Note: If the above installation fails then select the IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility check box in Windows Features dialog box as shown below and reinstall the web client. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 240: Uninstalling Maxpro Web Client

    A P P E N D I X B Uninstalling MAXPRO Web Client To uninstall the MAXPRO Web Client: Go to Control Panel->Programs and Features, select the MAXPRO Web Services and click uninstall. The Welcome install wizard appears. Click Next. The Program Maintenance screen appears.
  • Page 241 A P P E N D I X B Click Finish. You are prompted to reboot your computer to complete the uninstall procedure. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 242: Event And Alarm Types

    Camera Motion Stopped in all regions ExternalInput2 Recorder Level Events and Alarm types The following table displays the 4 default Recorder level Events and Alarm types with description and severity level. EventID EventDescription EventSeverity Recorder Connected Recorder Disconnected MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 243: Smart Vmd Level Events And Alarm Types

    Missing Storage Drive Smart VMD Level Events and Alarm types The following table displays the default Smart VMD level Events and Alarm types with description and severity level. EventID EventDescription EventSeverity Smart VMD Connected Smart VMD Disconnected MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 244: Maxpro®Nvrs - Axis Camera/Encoders Discovery And Configuration (Using Onvif)

    If you are unable to discover AXIS cameras/encoders using ONVIF compliance standard in MAXPRO® NVR, ensure that ONVIF Web service is enabled and set up on the AXIS device. The above scenario is noticed if you log on to the camera web page (for example to set the IP address on the AXIS device) prior to discovering and configuring the device in NVR through ONVIF;...
  • Page 245 A P P E N D I X B MAXPRO®NVRs - AXIS Camera/Encoders Discovery and Configuration (using ONVIF) Click Setup and then navigate to System Options > ONVIF. The User List dialog box appears. Click the Add button. The ONVIF User Setup dialog box appears.
  • Page 246 A P P E N D I X B MAXPRO®NVRs - AXIS Camera/Encoders Discovery and Configuration (using ONVIF) Note: Ensure that you enter the same User name and Password in MAXPRO® NVR Discovery (Advance Settings) dialog box. Option 2: Reset to factory default settings To reset factory default settings Log on to the AXIS camera web page.
  • Page 247: Step 2: Discover And Configure The Axis Camera/Encoder In Maxpro® Nvr

    Restore operation resets all the parameters, except the IP and focus parameters, to the original factory settings. Add and discover the AXIS camera in MAXPRO NVR using the default user name root and password pass. Step 2: Discover and Configure the AXIS ®...
  • Page 248 A P P E N D I X B MAXPRO®NVRs - AXIS Camera/Encoders Discovery and Configuration (using ONVIF) Click Apply. In the Discover cameras here area, click Add to add the camera. MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
  • Page 249: About Maxpro® Nvr

    Binding the generated certificate with https 190 Calendar Search 23 Camera Level Events and Alarm types 242 Changing Default Port 80 for the MAXPRO Mobile app 231 Channels 23 Clip Export 26 Closing The MAXPRO® NVR SE User Interface 48...
  • Page 250 Honeywell provided systems 42 Honeywell’s boxed solutions 38 Images and Clips 157 Immervision Support 89 Industry Standards 25 Installing MAXPRO Web Client Manually 233 Installing the Certificate 191 Installing Web Client 172 Integration Capability 27 Intended Audience 21 Introducing MAXPRO® NVR SE 23...
  • Page 251 MAXPRO NVR Wizard 31 MAXPRO NVR XE 23 MAXPRO® NVR 21 MAXPRO® VMS platform 21 MAXPRO® VMS user interface 49 MAXPRO®NVRs - AXIS Camera/Encoders Discovery and Configuration (using ON- VIF) 244 Modifying A Profile 44 Monitoring a Site Multi-channel Encoders 82...
  • Page 252: Taking A Snapshot

    Salvo View 124 Saving images 157 Search 26 Search Tab 54 Search tab 54 Searching Recorded Video in MAXPRO NVR 167 Server Address 43 Server IP/Name 43 Setting preferences 56 Setting the MAXPRO Web Configurator 172 Setting up a site 37...
  • Page 253 Video Viewing Options from Oncam Grandeye Cameras 130 Viewer 34 Viewer Tab 49 Viewing images and clips 160 Viewing Live video 126 Viewing Presets 186 Viewing Recorded Video 184 Windows Logged-In User 42 World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) MAXPRO NVR 3.1 Operator’s Guide...
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  • Page 256 Document 800-16422V1 – Rev E – 08/2014 © 2014 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.