Intelligent Function Setting Tool - Display Screen
Article ID: ART138211 | Date published: 05/13/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015
 

Description

Intelligent Function Setting Tool - Display Screen

Solution

Intelligent Function Setting Tool - Display Screen

(1) Image Display Area

The image currently captured by the camera is shown. Detection areas are shown in translucently colored frames (rectangular or polygonal) and the detection line is shown as a translucently colored polygonal line or line segment. Also, subjects for which movement has been detected are shown in a detection block and detection frame.

Pan, tilt, and zoom operations are the same as in the VB-H41/610/710 Viewer. For details, see “How to Operate the Viewer”

However, when the (11) [Lock camera position] checkbox is selected, the camera is fixed at a preset position and cannot perform pan, tilt, and zoom operations.

(2)   [Switch Mouse Operation] button

Each time this button is clicked, the button switches between and , and the mouse operation in the image display area changes.

When the button is set to , detection areas can be created/resized/moved. While in this mode, the camera orientation will not change.

When the button is set to and the (11) [Lock camera position] checkbox is not selected, pan, tilt, and zoom operations can be performed.

(3) [Switch Screen Size] button

Each time this button is clicked, the screen size of the image display area switches between “480 x 270” and “960 x 540”.

(4) [BLC] button

This button turns on/off backlight compensation. This control is effective when the image is dark due to backlight

(5) [Obtain/Release Camera Control] button

This button is used to obtain/release the camera control privileges. For details, see “Obtaining Camera Control Privileges” . If camera control privileges have not yet been obtained elsewhere, such as in the Admin Viewer, the control privileges will be obtained the moment the Intelligent Function Setting Tool is launched.

(6) [Control for Admin] button

Show the Control for Admin Panel

(7) [Event Display]

Show the event display panel

(8) [Display Options]

Select the [Detection Area/Line] or [Detection Results] you want to show in the image display area from the following items.

• [Selected Detection Settings Only]

Show the detection areas/lines or detection results only for those detection settings selected in the [Detection Setting List].

• [All Detection Settings]

Show the detection areas/lines or detection results for all detection settings in the [Detection Setting List].

• [Detection Settings of the Same Type]

Show the detection areas/lines or detection results for the same type of detection settings as those selected in the [Detection Setting List].

• [Do not display]

No detection areas/lines or detection results are shown.

(9) [Restart intelligent function]

If the background image has changed while you were specifying settings or detection results are not as set, etc., click this button to restart the intelligent function.

 

Important

It takes tens of seconds for the intelligent function to restart. No detection is performed while restarting.

 

(10)[Detection Settings]

Show the [Detection Settings] dialog box. This dialog box allows you to reduce the effects of lighting changes.

(11) [Lock camera position] checkbox

Select this checkbox to move the camera position to a preset position selected from the preset selection box and lock it there. Lock the camera position when specifying detection settings to obtain a correct detection result. If camera control privileges are not obtained, this function is grayed out.

(12) Camera position selection box

Select the camera position from the view restriction presets or the home position. Use the Preset Setting Tool to set presets or the home position

(13)[Detection Setting List]

A list with the specified detection settings is shown.

(14)[Add]

The [New Detection Settings] dialog box is shown and detection settings can be added.

(15)[Delete]

Delete detection settings selected from the [Detection Setting List].

(16)[Detection Setting Number], [Detection Type]

The detection setting numbers and detection types selected from the [Detection Setting List] are shown.

(17)[Enable these detection settings] checkbox

Select this checkbox to enable the detection settings that are selected in the [Detection Setting List].

(18)[Detection Criteria] tab, [Event] tab

Switch between the Detection Criteria and Event tabs.

• [Detection Criteria]

Specify detection settings name, detection area/line, and detection criteria

• [Event]

Specify operations to be performed when events occur

(19)[Restore settings]

Clear the settings you have specified on the screen of the tool and restore the settings saved in the camera.

(20)[Save settings]

Save the edited detection settings in the camera. After the detection settings have been specified, be sure to save the settings in the camera by clicking [Save settings].