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Recording Server Sof tware VN-RS800U V iewer User ’ s Guide LST0574-001C .
2 Getting Started The VN-RS800 recording server is comprised of the va rious groups of services t hat provide the different functions, the [VN-RS800Viewer] viewer application software, and the [VN-RS800Setup ] setup tool. This user’s guide provides descriptions on t he operating procedures of the VN-RS800Viewer.
3 Please carefully read this End-User License Agreement ("Agreement") before installing or using the Recording Server Software [VN-RS800] ("Software") on your PC. The right to use the Software is granted by Victor Company of Japan, Limited ("JVC") to Y ou only on t he condition that You agree to the following Agreement.
4 You agree that You will not ship, transfer or export the Software or underlying information and technology to any countries to which Japan and other relevant countries embargoed goo ds. 8.U.S. Government User If You are an agency of the United States of America (the "Govern ment"), You acknowledge JVC's representation that the Software is a "Commercial Item" as defined in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) part 2.
5 Content 1. Starting Up the VN-RS800Viewer .................................................................................................................. 6 1.1. Login ......................................................................
6 1. Starting Up the VN-RS800Viewer 1.1. Login Double-click the VN-RS800Viewer icon on the Desktop sc reen, or click [Start] – [Programs] – [JVC] – [VN-RS800] – [VN-RS800Viewer] to start the VN-RS800Viewer. Select a user name, enter the password, and click the [OK] button.
7 2. Displaying Live Video Images 2.1. Live Video Image Display Click the [Live Cam] button on the top left of the screen to switch to the [Live Mode]. Doing so displays the current image of the specified camera. Information such as “time, camera name, and t he ‘Recording’ mark” can be displayed on the images.
8 2.2. Video Image Layout Use the “Select Video Layout Button” at the bottom left of the screen to select a layout according to the number of video images you want to display. Upon clicking a video image screen, its frame will appear in green.
9 3. Playing Recorded Video Images 3.1. Playback of Recorded Video Images Click the [View Records] button on the top left of the screen to switch to the [Play Mode]. The Play button can be clicked only when a camera is selected. Clicking the button pl ays ba ck video images recorded in the selected camera.
10 3.2. Playback Start Time Click the [Present Time] button to star t pl ayback of the latest recorded video images. * Note: The latest recorded video images are about 40 seconds before the system time. Click the [Specified Time] button to display the “Specify Playback Start Time Screen”.
11 3.3. Playback Range Operate the playback range accordingly to play back the video images of a specific time that you want to view. The [Playback Range (10 min / 1 Hour / 1 Day)] buttons are used to select the range of the seek bar. For example, when 1 hour is selected, the time rang e from the left to the right end of the seek bar represents a duration of 1 hour.
12 3.4. Playback Operation This is used to control playback operations. * The [Playback Speed Slider] is used to specif y the speed during “Playback/Reverse Playback”. * Click the [Playback/Reverse Play back] button to start playback. * Click the [Pause] button to pause the playback.
13 3.5. Switching Camera Selection When the [Camera/Search List] button is displayed as “Search List”, the ca mera list is displayed in the list display area. Select the camera list and click the [Change Came ra] button to switch the selected camera.
14 4. Controlling the Camera 4.1. Camera Control Click the [Camera] button on the top left of the sc reen to switch to the [Camera Control Mode]. The [Camera] button can be clicked onl y when a camera is selected. * Note: Functions that are cont rollable vary with the camera type of the selected camera.
15 4.2. Touch Control Upon clicking the [Touch Control] button, the frame indicating the “Dir ection Control Area”, “Tilt Button”, “Pan Button”, “Zoom Area”, “Zoom In Button” and “Zoom Out Button” appears on the image.
16 4.3. Position Selection Position selection is enabled when the VN-C30/C 625/C655/E4/A1(With Dome Camera) cameras are selected. *[Home] button → Home position *[Skip Position (Previous)] button → Previous position *[Skip Position (Next)] button → Next position Direct Specification Click the [Direct] button to switch to the “Direct Mode”.
17 4.4. Other Controls *Focus [Auto] button → For adjusting the fo cus automatically. [Near] button → For adjusting the focus towards the “N ear” end. Press to start and release to stop. [Far] button → For adjusting the focus towards the “Fa r” end.
18 5. Emergency Recording 5.1. Emergency Recording Click the [Emergency Recording] button to start emer gency recording of “all currently displayed live video images” and the “sel ected camera”. *Live Mode → Emergency recording of “all currently displayed live video images” *Camera Control Mode → Emergency recording of the “selected camera” If a camera is selected during the start of emer gency recording, the “rem aining time” of emergency recording will be displayed.
19 6. Receiving Alarms 6.1. Alarm Reception When an alarm is received, the [Alarm] button on t he top of the screen star ts blinking and the alarm information is displayed. Blin king will continue for 30 seconds. When displaying live video images of the “Recordi ng Camera” in the alarm event settings, alarm information is also displayed on the image.
20 6.3. Alarm Search Set to the “Play Mode” to search previous alarms. When the [Camera/Search List ] button is displayed as “Camera List”, the search list is displayed in the list display area. *Note: Clicking the [Camera Li st] button switches the list display area to the camera list.
21 6.4. Alarm Playback Select the alarm search list and click the [Play Alar m] button to start playback from the time when the alarm occurred. Playback is not possible if alarm recording or non-stop recording is not preset. 7. Saving Video Images 7.
22 COPYRIGHT © 2007 Victo r Company of Jap an, Limited .
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