The list style is treeshape:
①Double-click on the selected device/channel to enter the connected video state.
②After selecting the device/channel, right click and select “Connect Video” to enter the connected video state (Figure 1)
③Double-click to disconnect the current connection after selecting the connected device/channel
④After selecting the device/channel, right click and select ‘Disconnect’ to disconnect the current connection.
List style is graphic：
①After selecting the device/channel, click the play button on the device list to enter the connected video status.
②After selecting the device/channel, click the stop button on the device list to disconnect the current connection status.
③Right-click operation connection/disconnection is consistent with the tree list style. The specific operation can be referenced.
Note：poor performance of the computer will directly affect the smoothness of the preview video. It is recommended that the number of channels connected to the device be gradually increased
①Click the Record button on the toolbar to enter the video recording status (as shown in Figure 1 below)
②After the video operation, click the record button again to stop recording.
①The actual recording duration is not equal to the time difference between the start recording time and the end recording time.
②If the device network is interrupted, the recording will succeed but no video file will be saved.
③The channel is maximized or minimized during recording, and the recording will stop.
Click the screenshot button on the toolbar to enter the screenshot status (as shown in Figure 1 below)
①If the switching stream video is not loaded, the screenshot operation will be saved.
②The screenshot does not have the function of continuous screenshots. Clicking the screenshot button once will capture an image.
①Double-click the channel screen to enter the maximized state, right click and select “panoramic mode” to switch to the panorama mode, enter the panorama, and the code stream is automatically switched to HD.
②The channel screen is in 1 split screen mode, and the panorama mode option is available on the right toolbar. Click to select to switch the panorama mode.
①Click on Panorama mode on the right toolbar and select ‘Exit panorama’ to exit panorama mode
②Exit the panorama mode by exiting the screen from the split screen state.
①In the local login mode, you can select 6 display modes in the panorama mode, including: panorama, cylinder, expand, 2 split screen, 4 split screen, 6 split screen
②In the cloud login mode, you can select 4 display modes in the panorama mode, including: panorama, cylinder, split screen, quad screen
Suspension: the direction of the cruise is clockwise
Wall-mounted: the direction of the cruise swings left and right
Speed: Cruise provides speed 3S / speed 40S / speed 60S three options, corresponding to slow / medium / fast three speeds
Stop: Pause the current state of the cruise, left click on the channel in the cruise or select the stop cruise button in the cruise mode to click
Cruise / PTZ / Zoom / Focus / Aperture / Preset：
The PTZ control function can be used only when the PTZ device (such as a ball machine) is connected to the main control device (such as NVR or DVR).
Cruise is to directly perform the screen cruise operation. The pan/tilt is to adjust the lens direction and zoom to replace the mirror multiple.
①：Adjust the PTZ control speed (default level is 6)
②：Adjust lens direction and cruise
③：Adjust the zoom and focus of the PTZ camera
④：Set and call the set bit, adjust the lens to the specified position, set the preset position, input the preset position later, click to call, the lens will automatically move to the specified position
When the number of connected device channels is greater than the current number of split screens, the displayed split screen will automatically increase, reaching 49 split screens.