AVS Uriel Inc. Ultra IPC Video Server Manual

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AVS Uriel Inc. Ultra IPC Video Server Manual Index I. Introduction.. 3 II. Features 3 III. Package Contents.. 3 IV. Overview.. 4 V. Default Parameters 4 VI. Using the IPC Overview 5 Chapter 1 Operating
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AVS Uriel Inc. Ultra IPC Video Server Manual Index I. Introduction.. 3 II. Features 3 III. Package Contents.. 3 IV. Overview.. 4 V. Default Parameters 4 VI. Using the IPC Overview 5 Chapter 1 Operating the IPC with Web Browser Connecting and Logging in Main Screen Buttons and Functions Overview To View Cameras To Connect to All Cameras To Connect to an Individual Camera To Adjust Video Stream and Turn on Audio To Adjust the Camera Video Image To Save an Image of the Live Video To Save video to the Hard Drive way Audio PTZ Controls IPC Setup Entering Setup Setup Function Buttons DVSR Parameters Channel Parameters Serial Parameters Alarm Parameters User Configuration Chapter 2 Operating the IPC with the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR 2.1 Connecting and Logging in 2.2 Configuring the IPC to Record on the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR 2.3 IPC Setup via the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR Function Buttons Server Setup Channel Setup PTZ Setup Sensor Setup Alarm Setup Chapter 3 Operating the IPC with AVS NVR Client Software 3.1 Connection Setup 3.2 Group Setup 3.3 Record Setup 3.4 Connecting Cameras Group Connect List Connect 3.5 IPC Setup Via Ultra NVR Client Software 2 3.5.1 Function Buttons Server Setup Channel Setup PTZ Setup Sensor Setup Alarm Setup Chapter 4 Parameter Setup through RS-232 Port 4.1 Hyper Terminal Setup 4.2 Shell Commands Under Hyper Terminal Appendix A PTZ Connection through RS-485 3 I. Introduction: Thank you for purchasing the AVS Uriel Ultra IPC Video Server (IPC). This users manual instructs how to install and operate the IPC. This manual covers the following AVS Uriel Ultra IPC Video Servers: AVS Uriel Ultra IPC 1: 1-channel video and 1 channel audio AVS Uriel Ultra IPC 4: 4-channels video and 4 channels audio II. Features: Converts any analog camera to H.264 IP camera Embedded RTOS and processor Real-time compression Hardware H.264 encoder Variable bit and frame rate for each camera Supports PTZ cameras with RS-485 interface Multiple users can access the video server simultaneously Up to 16 different user names with multiple security levels Supports TCP/IP, RTP/RTCP, DHCP, PPPOE, HTTP, DNS Protocols Up to 4 alarm inputs and 2 alarm outputs 2 way audio Remote upgrading and setup maintenance The position of OSD date and time can be adjusted Video Server can be accessed by web browser, AVS Uriel Ultra DVR server software, and/or AVS Uriel Ultra client software Video can be stored with AVS Uriel Ultra DVR and/or on a server with AVS Uriel Ultra client software. Video can be stored by continuance, motion, alarm and motion & alarm activation III. Package Contents (Note: When receiving the product, please check to make sure all contents are included and in good order) Ultra IPC Video Server 5VDC Power Supply RS-232 serial port cable Manual CD with manual and AVS Uriel Ultra client software 4 IV. Overview Front Panel 1. Tx/Rx indicator light. A blinking green light indicates a connected status. 2. Link indicator light. A solid green light indicates a connected status 3. Power indicator light. A solid red light indicates that the video server is on. Back Panel Power adaptor connector 2. UTP network connector pin I/O terminal connector for 4 alarm inputs and 2 alarm outputs 4. RS485 connector 5. RS232 connector 6. Video inputs (1 or 4 channels depending on model) 7. Audio Inputs (1 or 4 channels depending on model) 8. Line/Mic input 9. Audio output V. Default Parameters Default IP: Default Subnet Mask: Default Gateway: Default Port: 8000 Default HTTP (web) Port: 80 Default user name: admin Default password: VI. Using the Video Server Overview There are several ways to install and access the IPC. Via web browser (such as Internet Explorer). This allows access to view the video remotely and make changes to the setup parameters. Via AVS Uriel Ultra Hybrid DVR. Ultra Hybrid DVR allows the video from the video server to be viewed with the local analogue cameras connected to the DVR. The video from the video server can be stored on the Ultra Hybrid DVR and reviewed (searching) with the local analogue cameras. Setup parameters from the video server can also be accessed and changed from the Ultra Hybrid DVR. Via AVS Uriel Ultra Client Software. Ultra Client Software allows the video from the video server to viewed remotely and be stored onto a local hard drive. Setup parameters from the video server can also be accessed and changed from the Ultra Client Software. Via Hyper Terminal. Using the RS-232 connection the IP address, gateway, port number and subnet mask can be viewed and changed with Hyper Terminal. 6 Chapter 1 Operating the IPC with Web Browser 1.1 Connecting and Logging in. 1. Connect the IPC to your network using a standard network cable. 2. Connect the needed peripherals (ex. Cameras, microphones, alarms, speaker, etc.) to the video server. 3. Connect power using the supplied power adapter. 4. Start your web browser 5. Type in the IP address or host name of the IPC in the Address field of your browser. Note: ActiveX settings in the Internet settings need to be set for enable or prompt. See page XX for more information. 6. The video server page will appear with a login window. 7. Enter the user name and password and host port number. Note: To log out click Log out and to log back in click Log in. The current user that is logged will be shown System information area at the top left hand of the screen underneath the date and time. 7 1.2 Main Screen Buttons and Functions Overview System Information Displays CPU usage, date, time, and login name. 2. Login/Logout Click to either Login or Logout from the video server. 3. Play Click to view the live video screen. 4. Playback Click to search the recorded playback on the local playback. (Does not work) 5. Configuration - Click to access the setup parameters of the connected video server. 6. Log Click to view Log screen to see the activity of the video server. (Does not work.) 7. Video Server and Camera List This areas shows what video server and cameras are connected. 8. Live View Area This area is where the live video can be viewed from the camera. A red outline will show which camera window is selected. Double clicking the camera window will enlarge the camera image. To return to the selected camera matrix, double click on the camera image. 9. PTZ controls If a PTZ camera is connected to the video server, it can be remotely controlled from the web browser. 10. Audio Level Adjust the audio level if the video server is setup for audio. 11. Picture Adjustment Adjust different parameters of the live video image. 12. Matrix Screen Selection To select the different screen divisions. 13. Main Screen Function Buttons - Play/Stop Button Click play to activate all cameras. Click stop to stop the streaming of cameras (the video server will still be connected even though there is no video streaming to the remote site.) Picture Capture Click to save a.bmp image of the selected camera. Video Record Click to record the live video feed of the connected cameras. 2 Way Audio Click to activate the 2 way audio. 8 1.2.1 To view cameras To connect to all the cameras. It can be done two ways. Note: You must be logged in. 1. Double click the video server in the Video Server and Camera List. OR 2. Click the Play button To connect individual cameras. 1. Select the screen window in which you want to the live camera appear. The screen window will have a red border. 2. Double click the camera to view in the Video Server and Camera List. Notes: This can be done to connect all the cameras until all cameras are connected. In the Video Server and Camera List, connected cameras will be shown with a connected camera icon. To enlarge the camera image to full screen, double click the camera image. To return to the camera split screen, double click the camera again. To stop video feed, click the stop button To adjust video stream and turn on audio. 1. Right click camera and a menu will appear. Main Stream - Higher Video Quality Sub Stream - Lower Video Quality for smaller bandwidths Open Sound - To turn on the audio for the selected camera. A microphone needs to be connected and configured. 2. Notes: Use the Audio Level bar to adjust the volume of the audio. 3. Only one camera audio can be opened at a time. 9 1.2.3 To adjust the camera video image. Select which camera to adjust from the Live Camera Area. The camera window will be highlighted with a red border. Use the Picture adjustment bars. 1. Brightness Adjusts the brightness of the image. 2. Contrast Adjusts the contrast of the image. 3. Hue Adjusts the hue of the image. 4. Saturation Adjusts the color saturation of the image To save an image of the live video. Select the camera window you want to save the image from. The camera will be highlighted with a red border. Click the Picture Capture button. The image will be saved on the local hard drive in a.bmp format To record video. 1. Select the camera you want to record from the Live Camera Area. The camera will be highlighted with a red border. Click the Video record button. The video will be recorded on the local hard drive in an Mpeg4 format. 2. The camera icon in the Video Server and Camera list will change to recording. 3. To stop recording, select the desired camera in the Live Camera Area (highlighted with a red border) and click the Video Record button (the button will have a yellow X). Note: Multiple cameras can be recording at a time. Just repeat the steps until all the desired cameras are recording. Each camera will be saved as an individual MPEG4 file way audio. Note: For 2-way audio to work a microphone and speaker needs to be connected to the line in input/output on the video server and at the remote PC. To activate the 2-way audio click the 2-way audio button. Any audio channels that are active will be deactivated. To stop 2-way audio, click the 2-way audio button again. 10 1.2.7 PTZ controls If a PTZ camera is connected to the IPC, it can be remotely controlled from the web browser. 1. PTZ Directional controls - To move the PTZ camera up, down, left, right and autopan (depending on the model of the PTZ camera, autopan may be disabled). 2. Relay/Alarm To activate the relay or alarm configured on the PTZ camera (note: some PTZ cameras do not support this function or it may trigger a different function on the PTZ camera depending on the model). 3. Light/Wiper To activate the light or wiper on the PTZ camera (note: some PTZ cameras do not support this function or it may trigger a different function on the PTZ camera depending on the model). 4. Preset Type in the preset number and click enter to activate the configured preset in the PTZ camera Zoom Click the + and - to zoom in and out on the PTZ camera. 6. Focus Click the + and - to adjust the focus on the PTZ camera. 7. Iris - Click the + and - to adjust the iris level on the PTZ camera. 11 1.3 IPC Setup via Web Browser How to Enter IPC Setup Click [Config] to access the video server setup window IPC Setup Function Buttons There are 4 buttons at the bottom of each setup page. They are Restore, Reboot, Save and Exit. Restore Click this button to revert to original settings. Reboot - Click to restart the IPC. Some setting changes will only be made after the IPC reboots. Save - After changes are made in the setup, click to keep changes. Exit - Exit setup. 12 1.3.4 DVSR Parameters DVSR parameters information Shows basic information about the Ultra Web IP Video Server. The DVSR Name can be changed for personal reference. 2. DVSR net parameters information Input the network configurations for a LAN, Internet IP, DDNS, or PPPoE connection. 3. DVSR version information Displays the software, DPS, and hardware version. 13 1.3.5 Channel Parameters Select Channel Choose the camera to change settings to. 2. Channel Name Type in the name of the camera. The camera name will appear in the Video Server and Camera list on the main page. Also if Show Name is selected, a OSD name of the camera will appear on the camera image. 3. Record Schedule This area is to configure the AVS Ultra Web IP Video Server to record on an AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR or AVS Ultra NVR client software. It is recommend to configure the settings through the Ultra Server or Client software. See pages XX or XX. 4. Show Name Check to have the camera name to appear on the video. The location of the camera name can be moved by changing the X and Y values. 5. Show OSD Check to have the date and time to appear on the video. Check Show Weekday to have the day to also appear (ex. Mon, Tues, etc.). The date format can be adjusted in the Type drop-list. The location of the OSD can be moved by changing the X and Y values. The OSD attributes can be set as the following: Transparent & Twinkle The OSD will blink and be transparent. Transparent & Untwinkle The OSD will be transparent and not blink. 14 Untransparent and Untwinkle The OSD will be solid and not blink. Untransparent and Twinkle The OSD will be solid and blink. 6. Video Settings Adjust the quality of the Video Select the image quality. Select the Frames Per Second for the selected camera. Choose whether to stream video or video and audio. Select the type of resolution from the drop list menu. Resolution types are (from lowest to highest) DCIF, CIF, QCIF, 2CIF and 4CIF. Higher resolutions will take up more bandwidth and disk space. Select between Variable Bit Rate (VBR) or Constant Bit Rate (CBR) Select the maximum bit rate allowed to throttle the band width per camera. 7. Copy to camera - Once changes are made to one camera, those changes can be copied to other cameras by selecting the desired camera from the drop-list menu and clicking Copy. 8. Fold String Use to have a Logo appear on the camera image. Select the area and the X & Y location of the Logo and type in the text to appear. 15 1.3.6 Serial Parameters 1 1. RS458 Configuration - If a PTZ camera is connected to the RS458 connection of the video server, these settings needs to be set to the PTZ connected to the IPC. 16 1.3.7 Alarm Parameters Alarm Input Select the Alarm input to configure, type in an Alarm Name for personal reference and the type of alarm (Always Open or Always Closed.). Check the Deal With box to configure the schedule [Alarm Time] for the alarm and what is linked [Lin Type] to the alarm. To copy the configurations to another alarm, select the alarm in the Copy To drop-list and click [Copy]. 2. Alarm Output Select the alarm output to configure, click [Alarm Time] to set the schedule and choose the Delay Time from the drop list. To copy the configurations to another alarm output, choose the alarm output in the Copy To drop-list and click [Copy]. 3. Exception Configuration Choose the error or warning you want to be notified in the Exception Type drop list and check one or more types of notifications. 17 1.3.8 User Configuration To add a user 1. Right click a Normal User from the user list and select Modify. 2. Type in the User Name, User Password, and verify the password. Note: The password must be numeric. 3. Choose the privileges for the user by selecting each privilege type in the list and checking the Privilege check box. 4. Click [Save]. To Modify a User Right click an user from the user list and click Modify. Make the necessary changes and click [Save]. 18 Chapter 2 Operating the IPC with AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR With the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR, additional cameras can be added along with the analogue cameras that are physically connected to the DVR. All video from both analogue and the cameras from the IP server can be stored and viewed from the DVR Connecting and Logging in. Connect the IPC to your network using a standard network cable. Connect the needed peripherals (ex. Cameras, microphones, alarms, speaker, etc.) to the video server. Connect power using the supplied power adapter. Start the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR. From the main Live screen on the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR click [Menu] to bring up the pop-up menu and select [IP Camera List]. The IP Camera Device List window will appear. Click [Add Cam] and the Add/Modify IP Camera window will appear. 19 Server Name Input a name for personal reference for the AVS IP server. IP Address Input the IP address of the AVS IP server. Connect Port By default it is This can be changed according to your network. Login User Id Input the user ID of the AVS IP server. By default it is admin. Login Pass Input the password of the AVS IP server. By default it is If Use DNS to GetIP If the AVS IP server is connected through a DNS server select Yes and input the necessary information in the DNS ServerIP and DNS Server Port. Click [OK]. 20 If the information is correct and the IPC is connected correctly it will appear in the IP Camera Device List showing the server name, IP address, the port number, the camera numbers on the DVR, connect status, and register status.. (If the list view is saying that the IPC server is not registered, contact technical support to upgrade the license.) Click [Save] to return to the main Live DVR screen. The additional cameras from the IP server should appear on the Live view. 21 2.2 Configuring the IPC to record on the AVS Ultra Hybrid DVR. 1. Click [Setup] from the main Live screen on DVR Click [Camera] to get to the Camera Setup window Select the desired Group. 4. Select the additional IP Cameras (shown in a highlighted yellow). 5. Select the type or recording desired (recommend motion recording) and Click and Drag on the timetable for the desired time. 6. Click [Exit]. 7. When prompted to save changes click [Yes]. 8. On the main screen right click on the IP camera and select [IP Camera Setup] from the menu. This will bring up the Ultra IP Server Setup. 8 22 Click the Alarm Setup tab. 11. Select the desired camera. 12. Select Motion Detection at the Alarm Type Combo Box. 13. Select the desired sensitivity level in the Level Combo Box (Larger number means more sensitivity). 14. Click [Whole] to cover the total viewing area with motion detection. Motion detection boxes can be made on the viewing area by click and drag. 15. Check Upload to DVR Server so have the IPC sends the motion signal to the DVR for recording. 16. Check the camera to record (this should be the same camera as the camera number). 17. Select Copy to all in the Copy drop-list and click [Copy] to have the settings copied to the other cameras. 18. Click [Save] and [Exit]. After finishing the recording setup, the live view of the IP camera should show and icon at the top right hand corner for recording. 23 2.3 IPC Setup Via Ultra Hybrid DVR. To access the IP camera Setup right click the IP camera and select IP Camera setup. Note: Some setup functions cannot be changed from the Ultra DVR or NVR Client. Those functions will be shaded out in a light gray color Function Buttons There are 5 buttons at the bottom of each setup page. They are Upgrade, Restart, Time Adjust, Save and Exit. Upgrade - Firmware upgrades can be done to the Video IP Server remotely. To upgrade, click this button and select the correct firmware file. Do not do unless directed by an AVS Uriel Technician. Restart - Click to restart the IP server. Some setting changes will only be made after the IP server reboots. Time Adjust - Adjust date and time of the IP Video Server. The new date and time will accordant with Ultra Hybrid DVR or NVR Client Computer. Save - After changes are made in the setup, click to keep changes. Exit - Exit setup. 24 2.3.2 Server Setup Enter the server name for personal reference to easily identify the Video IP Server. Also if DNS is used for remote connection this name will also be used for the DNS connection. 2. Network Configurations for a LAN or Internet IP Connection. 3. If using PPPOE to connect to the web check the Use PPPOE box and type in the Login Name and Password. 4. The administrator password can be changed remotely from the Ultra Hybrid DVR or NVR Client. Once the password has been changed, the IP Server needs to be reconnected with the new password. Note: To add u
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