Configuring the Camera Setting Section of the VIP Vision NVR8PRO6 Video Recorder User Interface
In this video, you’re going to learn how to set the cameras using the VIP Vision NVR 8PRO6 Main Menu User Interface. You can find the Camera icon under the Setting section. When you click on the Camera icon, you’ll find four additional subsections, namely:
* Cam Name
The Remote subsection allows you to view all cameras hooked up into the recorder and modify basic camera settings. You can also see details such as IP addresses, types of cameras, POE ports where they are connected, MAC addresses, and device names. The Remote section allows you to search for devices, as well as add cameras to the device. You can also view a camera’s status in this section, as well as modify or delete a camera whenever you want.
The video shows you how to check if the camera you hooked up to the VIP Vision NVR8PRO6 Video Recorder is connected and working properly. Simply click on the Status tab, and you’ll know immediately if the camera is working as it should. A green icon means that the camera is working properly, while a red icon means there is an issue that needs to be resolved. If it’s due for an update or if you called tech support because of an issue and they need information on the firmware on the cameras, just open the Firmware and Upgrade tabs.
The Camera’s Image Section allows you to change the behavior of a camera’s image sensor, as well as how the camera interprets an image. The video shows you how to adjust the footage’s saturation, brightness, contrast, and more. You’ll also learn how to configure day and light settings, plus flip or mirror an image.
The Encode subsection, on the other hand, allows you to configure each camera or channel’s compression, resolution, frame rate, bit rate type, and more. This section allows users to add a text or modify an overlay on the screen. Just click on the Overlay section and add anything you want to be displayed on the channel’s screen, such as the time or the channel number. The video shows you how to customise multiple tiles, as well as align them on the screen.
The last tab of the Encode section is the Snapshot. This feature allows users to take snapshots, as well as adjust the size, quality, and interval of each image. Lastly, users of the VIP Vision NVR8PRO6 Video Recorder can also change camera name anytime via the Cam Name section.
Thanks to this video, you can now configure the Camera section of your VIP Vision NVR8PRO6 Video Recorder. If you have a VIP Vision NVR8PRO6 Video Recorder or you’re planning to have one installed in your home and want to know more about how to use its Camera section to full effect, contact Smart Security at 08 9470 2887 and we’ll guide you through the process or click here for the next tutorial.