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G Status Button For displaying the status information on the web setting page of VN-E4. This can be used to check the operating status of VN-E4. Additionally, when the frame rate of the built-in viewer is set to A1 fpsB or higher, the built-in viewer will specify a frame rate for the VN-E4 unit, and this frame rate will be displayed in the status information. When the frame rate of the built-in viewer is set to lower than A1 fpsB, the viewer will acquire 1 JPEG at a time according to the time interval specified by the viewer. Upon acquisition by the built-in viewer, Aframerate=0B will be displayed in the status information. Aframerate=0B means only 1 JPEG frame has been acquired. Refer to A5. Setting Using Internet ExplorerB for details on the status information. For displaying the setting window of the built-in viewer. NOTE: The settings on this screen are not settings of the VN-E4 unit but settings of the PC on which the built-in viewer is running. For displaying the GUI for controlling devices that are connected to each CH. This will be disabled if no device is selected in the ASerial PortB page on the VN-E4 unit. Only 1 GUI can be displayed at one time. The AoperatorB password of VN-E4 will be required in order to use this feature. Register the AoperatorB password of VN-E4 on the setting page that appears upon pressing the ASetupB button. Lights up when motion is detected in each video input of VN-E4. The light will remain on until AAuto Alarm ClearB is activated. The light can be turned off by clicking the lit button. Lights up when signals are input to the alarm input of VN-E4. The light will remain on until AAuto Alarm ClearB is activated. The light can be turned off by clicking the lit button. Area that displays the images. When 1 CH is selected, the original frame size will be displayed in its actual size in the case of VGA and enlarged twice (vertically and horizontally) in the case of QVGA. In the case of 4-screen displays, the original frame size will be displayed in half of its actual size (vertically and horizontally) in the case of VGA and in its actual size in the case of QVGA. CH1 will be displayed on the top left, CH2 on the top right, CH3 on the bottom left and CH4 on the bottom right. CH that are set to OFF at the VN-E4 unit or built-in viewer will not be displayed. The viewer will only acquire the currently displayed image from the VN-E4 unit. For example, images of the 4 channels are acquired from VN-E4 during a 4-screen display. When the display switches to CH1, however, only image of CH1 is acquired from VN-E4 and those for CH2-CH4 are not acquired. Image for which motion is detected will be outlined in red. The red outline will disappear when motion is longer detected.
6. Using the VN-E4 Built-in Viewer
Refer to the startup guide on procedures to install the built-in viewer on the PC.
6-1 Screen Configuration of Built-in Viewer
H Setup Button
I Control CH1-CH4 Button
J Alarm Video1-4 Button
K Alarm1-4 Button L Image Display Area
A CH1-CH4 Button B Pause Button C All Button D Full Screen Button
For selecting the image to display. In addition, selection of a channel is not possible if the checkbox for this channel is deselected in the setting window of the built-in viewer. Pauses/Resumes playback of images on each CH. 4-screen display of the images of CH1-CH4. Full-screen display of the currently displayed image on the PC monitor. For example, image of CH1 will be displayed in full screen if the image of CH1 is currently being displayed. In the case of a 4-screen display, the 4-screen display will be displayed in full screen. To cancel the AFull ScreenB mode, press "Esc" key on the PC keyboard. Do not push AEscB key just after pushing Full Screen button, because Internet Explorer can not work correctly by such operation. If the IP address of VN-E4 is not registered as a trusted site in the Internet Explorer settings, a title bar and status bar may be displayed at the top and bottom of the full-screen display. A minimize, restore to previous size and close button are located on the right of the title bar. However, these buttons function differently when in the full-screen mode. Pressing the minimize button returns the screen display automatically to the full-screen mode. The restore to previous size button is disabled. Pressing the close button restores the full-screen display of the viewer to the standard display. For capturing the currently displayed image on the PC. Images captured will be stored as a JPEG file in the AE4_JPEGB directory that is created under AMy DocumentsB of the PC. The file name is made up of year/month/day/hour/minute/second, millisecond and the input channel. The time denoted by the file name is based on the time at the PC and not the internal clock of VN-E4. 1 frame will be captured in the JPEG file when image of 1 CH is displayed. 4 frames will be captured in 4 JPEG files in the case of a 4-screen display. Audio input to the PC will be sent to VN-E4 and output from the audio output terminal of VN-E4. Clicking this button when sending is in progress stops the audio transmission. The AoperatorB password of VN-E4 will be required in order to use this feature. Register the AoperatorB password of VN-E4 on the setting page that appears upon pressing the ASetupB button. When the audio output of VN-E4 is used by another client, audio transmission will fail and a warning message will be displayed.
E Capture Button
F Speech On Button