Camera settings allow you to put your cameras to work monitoring and recording the way you need them to. Use the Camera settings dialogs to accomplish the following camera-related tasks:
|·||add/find a camera|
|·||reboot a camera (keep settings)|
|·||reset a camera to factory settings|
|·||rename the site name|
|·||change camera name|
|·||enable or disable audio|
|·||enable or disable night vision (700n and 700e cameras only)|
|·||turn off or turn on status LEDs and/or motion LEDs|
|·||change the placement (and text color) of camera details on the video window panel on the Live and Playback screens|
|·||change the video image settings (i.e. brightness, contrast, and orientation)|
|·||remove a camera from the network|
You will find the default camera settings work for most conditions. But, adjusting these options for your own applications is easy and straight forward.
Camera-specific dialog screens
Once you name a camera, Commander will create a dialog settings screen just for that camera. On that settings dialog screen, you have to ability to view and edit camera properties, specifically, camera name; video quality; audio; and LED activity.
Advanced options allow the user to modify brightness and contrast, video orientation; and remove a camera. The screen is accessible at Settings > Cameras > [Camera name].
Figure 1: example of Camera Settings screen (Alert 700i Camera)
Figure 2: example of Camera Settings screen (Indoor 700n Night Vision & Outdoor 700e Camera)