The default settings for your Logitech Video Security System provides you with all of the features turned on and running so that you can be watching your cameras in minutes.

Once you install the system and see what options you have, you may want to make changes to your cameras and how they function. You can make these changes in the Settings screens.

You access the Settings screens by clicking on the Settings icon, one of the main display icons.

Additionally, you can right-click on one of the camera video windows and choose one of the setting options. These options also take you into the Settings screens.

Tab Screens Descriptions

Settings are divided between five easy to use tab screens — Cameras, Motion, Alerts, Security & Web, Storage, Diagnostics, and General.


Cameras Settings screens allow you to get your cameras monitoring and working the way you want them to. Settings available include:

· Add an additional camera to the network
· Find or delete a camera
· Add or change site and camera names
· View and edit site and camera settings


Motion settings screen allows you to determine what triggers recordings and alerts. Settings include:

§ Set motion detection sensitivity
§ Create and modify motion detection zones


Alerts settings screen enables you to set when, how, and who gets notified when your camera(s) detect motion. Settings include:

· E-mail and mobile address accounts
· Select cameras that will send e-mail and desktop alerts
· Desktop settings
· Frequency of e-mail alerts
· Motion filtering requirements

Security and Web

Security and web settings screens allow you to manage access to Alert Commander, Web Viewer, and your cameras. Settings include:

· Modifying user account (username and password)
· Secure local camera network
· Feature password lock
· Web access to the cameras
· Start free trials of additional services


Storage settings enable you to pick the location to store videos and see camera usage details.


Diagnostics settings tab screen enables you to view details about your system, specifically system information, and the ability to print a diagnostics report for customer support.


General settings tab screens allows you to set startup options, the language to view Commander, check for updates, and view system details (i.e. system build number, etc.)

Related Topics

Camera settings overview

Motion settings overview

Alerts settings overview

Security and web settings overview

Storage settings overview

Diagnostics settings overview

Settings Overview