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You may have other rights that vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, or the limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so some of the above limitations may not apply to you. Page 8 Contents Archiving Video It can also include audio and text recording and playback. The Intellex can simultaneously display live or playback video, with or without audio and text, host multiple remote users, archive data, and perform comprehensive video searching, all while recording multiple video, audio, and text streams.
The system administrator must grant privileges to access, set, or change features. In multi- camera display, drag and drop a camera button to any image pane. Choose a playback option: 1 From Setup options, select Display. This menu appears. Restarts the recording after the image database is filled linear mode. Generates an alarm event manually for one or more cameras.
Erases a CD-RW to re-use it for exporting files. Shuts down the system. The Search Mode screen appears. Defines a search for a specific video segment Searches using the date and time, camera, or alarm criteria Searches using image filters Searches using text content associated with cameras Searches all available text streams You can map cameras to different panes example: camera 1 to pane 16 , and map the same camera to multiple panes example: camera 1 to all 16 panes.
The Cursor Origin Mark 2 Click and drag the cursor to set the direction and speed, then release. The number of available presets is device-dependent. Click Update. The alarm review screen appears. The new Network Archive functionality allows automatic archiving that you can store off-site. Note The Archive button is enabled only when a tape drive is connected to the Intellex unit.
For the option of network archiving only, the Archive button is disabled. Name of Intellex unit that archived these images Double-click to display cameras included in the segment.
Double-click again to hide the cameras 2 Select a video segment to restore. From the main screen, click Search. Include segments from all cameras or a specific camera in the search. Searching by Alarms Click Alarms to search for segments based on alarm information. Includes segments regardless of alarm input. Click OK. Page Generating Receipt Definitions 2 Click one or more cameras.
Page Motion Exception Vs. Motion Detection Motion exception searches for an event or activity by position, size, direction, and speed of a moving object. Its parameters filter live video or search recorded video to find an event or activity. After applying motion exception parameters, any object meeting your criteria in the target area triggers an alarm.
Page Searching By Motion Exception Advanced Features Standard motion detection can generate many false alarms, and important alarms listed with them. Motion exception produces fewer, more detailed alarms than motion detection. Custom shapes must form an enclosed boundary. Active zones have scrolling borders. Click a target area to activate it. Right-click to deactivate it. Inactive zones have static borders. To use the default settings for size, speed and direction: 1 Draw target area s.
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