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The following designations are in the reference guide:

(x32) - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ITV\INTELLECT\ registry section

(x64) - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\ITV\INTELLECT registry section

 

 

General information on Windows OS registry and working with it is given in the Working with Windows OS registry section of the Administrator's Guide.


Video

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AcsStdLimit

1-30

1

4.8.0 and later

Sets the upper limit of succession of frames in the stream in the MJPEG format. If the succession of frames sent to the remote workstation rises to the value specified in the registry key, then scaling is enabled.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AcsMpegLimit

1-30

25

4.8.0 and later

Sets the upper limit of succession of frames in the stream in the H.264/MPEG4 format.  If the succession of frames sent to the remote workstation rises to the value specified in the registry key, then scaling is enabled.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Activecam

0, 1

1

4.7.3  and later

Defines whether to activate the camera by the first click.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ActivateTelemetryHotkeys

0, 1

0

4.8.2  and later

Defines whether the Telemetry control via hotkeys is activated. 

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AdaptiveClientFrameSkip

0, 1

1

4.8.2  and later

When the value is 0, then scaling on the Server is disabled. It is better not to disable scaling.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AdaptivePlayer

0, 1

0

4.7.6. HOTFIX build 214 and later

The key is created on the Server. It defines whether the AdaptivePlayer is enabled.

When the playback speed is changed, the Client sends data about new speed to the Server. Every time there is the change the Server clears the succession of frames sent to the Client and starts creating a new one with scaling specified by the Client. Hence, the Client does not get every frame – this reduces the Server load.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

FastPlayStep

1-6

1

4.8.0 and later

The key is created on the Client. It allows setting the step of playback speeding-up. Example: for the 3 value the speeding-up step is x6 (i.e. playback speed can be x6, x12, x18, etc.), for 5 - x10.

Max playback speed is x60. High playback speed can be achieved when the AdaptivePlayer is enabled.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

allclientsbps

>=0

0

4.7.6  and later

Sets the upper limit of total outgoing video traffic: :

0 – not in use;

>0 – max bandwidth of outgoing stream for all Video.run clients.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AllowDelete

0, 1

0

4.7.3  and later

The key allows deleting files in the archive list when clicking the Del button.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AlwaysServerConnection

0, 1

1

4.7.3  and later

Defines whether to connect the Monitor to the Server.

x32: (X32)\Video\ArchDays 
x64: (x64)\Video\ArchDays 

<camera id>

> = 0

0

4.7.5 and later

Defines whether to store the archive of the specified camera for xxx days.

x32: (X32)\Video\ArchHours
x64: (x64)\Video\ArchHours

<camera id>

> = 0

0

4.7.5 to 4.10

Defines whether to store the archive of the specified camera for not more than xxx hours. This key can be used only if one disk is selected for storing the archive.

Since version 4.10.0 the Store no more than parameter on the settings panel of the Camera object is in use instead of this key.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ArchStatus

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to send current archive status to the Server. This key can be used only if one disk is selected for recording the archive.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ArchSync

> 01from 4.9.5, 4.8.10

Defines whether data synchronization between Server and Backup archive is enabled or not.

Synchronization is disabled when the value is 0.

When the value is > 0 the key sets maximum imbalance of Backup archive depth between channels in minutes.

By default the key is not created and its value is 1.

The key must be created/modified on the computer corresponding to the Server on the basis of which the Long-term archive object is created

0, 1

0

4.7.7 to 4.8.10, 4.9.5


Defines whether data synchronization between Server and Backup archive is enabled.

When synchronization is enabled, the smaller fragments are sent to the Backup archive until the latest recorded fragment is not copied. After this, newly recorded fragments on this camera are not sent until the same number of fragments is copied from every camera.

The key must be created/modified on the computer corresponding to the Server on the basis of which the Long-term archive object is created

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Cfg

-

name

4.7.3 and later 

Sets the name of configuration file.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

CheckLostFolders

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to remove old log files from the oldest directory when going to a new disk.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Compression

0,1

1

up to 4.8.0

Defines whether to check and delete the folders and files that are not in the index.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

CompressorVersion

0 - 255

110

from 4.7.3 to 4.9.0

 

The parameter defines the compressor version when the recompression is enabled.

 55 value corresponds to MJPEG.
110 value corresponds to MotionWavelet.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DebugCam.Camera_ ID

0, 1

0

4.7.7 and later

0 - logging is disabled

1 - logging is enabled

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DecompressThread

-

-

 

Key is not active.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DecompressWidth<Monitor_number>

 

-

4.7.3 and later

Sets the size of frame starting from which the <Monitor_number> starts partial decompression of video signal.  For instance, when the value of the DecompressWidth1 parameter is 3000, the Monitor1 will not decompress all frames that are less than 3000 pixels.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Delay

 

0

up to 4.7.4

The key specifies the delay (in ms) of sending video to the camera.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Delta

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Allow sending only key frames from Server to Client.


x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Demo

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether the capture cards are in use or video comes from the file.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DetectionFps

0.3…30

2

4.7.8 and later

Sets the fps of a detection tool.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DisconnectInactive

0, 1

0

4.8.0 HotFix

Defines whether the Monitor  disconnects the gate if the screen is minimized:

1 - disconnect inactive monitors from the Servers (gates, archivers)
0 - support  persistent  connection 

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DLinkHttpPort

 

80

up to 4.8.0

Port for VitaminControll; DLink from 2000 to 6000 series are compatible with it. The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DrawCursor

 

0

up to 4.8.0

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Drv

-

-

up to 4.7.6

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

EnableSnapShotMode

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Triggers camera in the snapshot mode, for Axis and D-link 900, operates with the delay.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ExportDir

Path to a folder

moduledir + "\export"

4.7.3 and later

Specifies the directory for saving frames and recordings from monitor interface (but not via background export, see AviExport utility).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ExportTime

> = 0

0

4.7.3 and later

Specifies time (in ms) for exporting snapshot from live video into jpg.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Filter.Exclude

Event name

not created

up to 4.8.0

Excludes the events. Format: Filter.Exclude.event_ID. The parameter value is the name of the event to be excluded. Example:

"Filter.Exclude.0"="MD_INFO"

"Filter.Exclude.1"="MD_START"

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

FreeMB

> 0

1000

4.7.3 to 4.9.5

Sets free space in the section while storing the archive; when the limit is reached the earliest recordings will be deleted on loop.

50004.9.6 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

FreeMbCritical

>0

100

4.8.4 to 4.9.5

Specifies free space in the section while loop recording.

10004.9.5 and laterSets critical free space; when the limit is reached archive is stored on another disk (if several disks are in use).
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ArchFreeMB>0-4.8.8 and later

Specifies free space in the section while loop recording of reserve archive which is not in use for storing reserve archive and can be in use for recording temporary files. If key is not created, the value created by the FreeMB key is in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

GateNoRec

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether the gate performs recording to the archive.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Hide

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether the "Hide Monitor" button is visible or hidden:

0 – hidden,

1 - visible.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

HideMask

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to hide the image with the mask filled with black.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Hubslowspeed

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

For wavehub. Affects fps. Slows down the multiplexer stepping rate.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

HWCompression

-

3

 

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Index

-

2

4.7.3 and later

Shows whether file indexing is in use. 

The value is not to be modified as file indexing is always in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

InfinityAutoturn

-

-

up to 4.7.6

Defines on what Infinity cameras the autoturn is to be enabled (camera IDs are specified and separated by commas).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

IPCamPort

0 -65535

80

up to 4.7.6

Port for IP cameras; action available: connect via the specific port.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

IsPeriod

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines the period of recording to the archive:
1  - value in the "Recording period" field is changed from "recording specified frames per 1 second" to "recording 1 frame per specified seconds"
0 – the feature is disabled.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Layout

-

-

4.7.3 and later

The key cannot be modified.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

LH_Timeout

5-2147483647

5

4.7.3 and later

Time in seconds on the expiry of which it is considered that there is no connection with Linux Hub. Default value - 5 seconds.

Time interval is calculated by formula (LH_Timeout*1000/5) ms, for reconnections to Linux Hub: the more the value the more unlikely the video stream reconnects to LH.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ManualBrightnessControl

0, 1

1

4.7.7

Defines the way of brightness and contrast control for IP cameras:

1 - enable the manual brightness and contrast control; 

0 - brightness and contrast are set in the camera interface. 

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

MaxFrames

500-10000

500

4.7.3 and later

Sets the number of frames in the file.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Missed

0 - 2,147,483,647

Depends on the "mode" parameter of the video capture card

4.7.3 and later

Sets the video digitization rate. By default the rate is the same as for the video capture card.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Mobile

-

0

up to  4.7.6

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Monitor<monitor id>_cw

>=0

 

4.8.3

Sets the number of cameras across (the "All cameras" button).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

monitor<monitor id>_ch

>=0

 

4.8.3

Sets the number of cameras vertically (the "All cameras" button).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

monitor<monitor id>_w43

>=0

4

4.8.3

Sets the frame width (against the frame height).


x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

monitor<monitor id>_h43

>=0

3

4.8.3

Sets the frame height (against the frame width).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

NewCompressor

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to use a new motionWavelet compressor:
0 - an old decompressor is in use;
1 - a new multistream one is in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

NewMD

0, 1

0

4.7.6 and later

Defines whether to use a new motion detection tool.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Noallcamsbutton

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to show the "All cameras" button on the screen.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

NoLayoutControl

0, 1

0

4.7.5 and later

Disables F1 and F2 hotkeys (monitor ratio).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

No_main_panel

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to display control panel on the monitor.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Nosign

0, 1

0

4.7.6 and later

Disables encryption of the digital signature to the frame.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

OldDriver

KV1999

KV2000

KV2001

KV2002

KV2003

Empty string

4.7.3 and later

Support for old ISS cards.


x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Oldxeon

0, 1

0

4.7.6 and later

Support for old Xeon processors.


x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Onevideoout

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether video outs are combined on the FS6 video capture card.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

OnlyServerConnection

0, 1

0

up to  4.7.6

If the video gate is a recording one, then it is possible to enter the archive mode by the short click.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Overlay

-

1

up to  4.7.6

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

PostAlarmTime

>= 0

2

4.7.3 and later

Sets time (sec) on the expiry of which the alarm by detection tool on Axis IP cameras is not recorded.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

PreCompress

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to compress pre-recorded video.


x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

PrintFontSize

Any

0

4.7.3 and later

Sets the font size for printing.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

PriorityClass

256,

128,

32768,

32,
16384,

64

16384

up to  4.8.0

Defines the stream priority:

256 - realtime
128 - high
32768 - Above Normal
32 - normal
16384 - below Normal
64 - low

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Rbapp

-

-

4.7.3 and later

Specifies the path to the app run by right-click in the monitor.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

IndexRebuilding

0, 1

0

4.7.6 and later

Is used when index is being rebuilt. If the system detects IndexRebuilding=1 at start, then index is immediately rebuilt without trying to read idx files.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ReCompressMedia

0, 1

0

from 4.7.3 to 4.9.0

Defines whether to enable recompression of video from IP camera (recompress data from IP camera into wavelet).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Remote_delta

-

-

up to 4.7.6

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

RestoreMode

0, 1

1

from 4.7.4 HOTFIX

Defines whether to quit the archive upon 10 minutes time-out.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowDate

0, 1

0

from 4.7.3 to 4.8.6, from 4.10.5

Defines whether to show the date on the video (next to the time).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowID<Monitor_number>

0, 1

1

4.9.0 to 4.10.1

Defines whether to show the Camera ID on the button to open Camera context menu.

Example: ShowID3=0 – the camera number will not be displayed in context men for the third Monitor.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowName<Monitor_number>

0, 1

0

4.7.3 to 4.10.1

Defines whether to show the Camera name on the monitor.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowTime<Monitor_number>

0, 1

1

4.7.3 to 4.10.1

Defines whether to show the Time on the monitor.


x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowTitle

0, 1

0

4.7.3 to 4.10.1

Defines whether to show the monitor name instead of the time on the control panel.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowButtons<Monitor number>0, 114.10.0 to 4.10.1Sets if the buttons of camera number are displayed on the Surveillance monitor <Monitor_number>. If the monitor number is not specified, the buttons are not displayed on all monitors.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowBorder<Monitor_number>0, 114.10.0 to 4.10.1Sets if the borders are displayed around the Surveillance monitor <Monitor_number>. If the monitor number is not specified, the border is not displayed on all monitors.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Sigma

-

35

up to 4.7.6

Compressor setting.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

SnapShotTime

> 0

1

4.7.3 and later

Sets time (sec) between snapshots.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Speaker

-

-

up to 4.7.6

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

Threshold

-

1500

up to 4.7.6

Compressor setting. 

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TMDCorrellation

1-100 %

30

4.7.6 and later

Permissible minimum similarity between frames when they are considered to coincide. 100% for completely identical frames.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TMDNonCorrectionStop

> = 0

1

4.7.6 and later

Number of incoming frames from PTZ camera upon STOP command; the decision to stop pointing (if there is no command to start motion) is made.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TMDSpeed

-

3

up to 4.7.6

The key is not in use.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TMDSpeedCutoff

0..∞

15

4.7.6 and later

Sets the limiting value of speed for camera with automatic centering.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TMDTolerance

-

50

4.7.6 and later

Sets pointing accuracy (zone of tranquility). Corresponds to the value of area around stop point of PTZ camera (px).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

UseConfigureByWeb

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to use IP camera settings. When this key is enabled, the driver will try not to change parameters set on the camera. But behavior depends on specific camera+driver version+firmware combination.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

UseCompression.

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether video compression is in use (UseCompression.camera ID).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

UseLowRefFramesFpsFix

0, 1

1

4.7.8 and later

Enables stream decompression with low key frame fps. Threshold fps value = 2.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

VideoDumpMode

0, 1, 2

0

4.7.8 and later

Sets the mode of video dump:
1 – provide all data;
2 – provide data about only those frames that caused errors or decoder failure while being decoded.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

VideoDumpPath

-

Intellect/ FrameDump

4.7.8 and later

Path to the folder where frames are stored.

x32:

(x32)\LMCGate
x64: (x64)\LMCGate

ExportFrequency

-

-

up to  4.7.6

Sets time (sec) for updating buffer.

x32:

(x32)\LMCGate
x64: (x64)\LMCGate

EnableExport

0, 1

-

up to  4.7.6

Defines whether frame buffer is enabled.


x32:

(x32)\LMCGate
x64: (x64)\LMCGate

ExportPath

-

-

up to  4.7.6

Value is the path to the folder with exported frames.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

AdaptiveStream

0, 1

-

4.8.3HotFix

 

The key can be used with multistream cameras only.

1 - video stream is transmitted over the network if video from this camera is required. If video is not displayed on the Client, then the there is no stream from the camera and the network is not loaded.

Important! When the value of the key is 1, video is not recorded to the archive when the Video surveillance monitor is hidden. But recording is not stopped. In the result video archive fragment the period over which the Video surveillance monitor was hidden will look like a freeze frame.

0 - video stream is transmitted over the network regardless of whether video from this camera is required or not.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ExtractWidth

0, 1

-

4.8.4

0 – partial decompression for MotionWavalet is disabled (stream from cameras is enhanced).

1 – partial decompression is enabled.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TelemetryMouseWheel

0, 1

-

4.8.4

0 - digital image zooming and Telemetry zoom are performed using the mouse as described in ‘Intellect software package. Operator guide’.

1- digital zooming is performed scrolling the mouse wheel and pressing the Ctrl key. Telemetry zoom is controlled using the mouse wheel: when the wheel is scrolled, ZOOM_IN(ZOOM_OUT) commands are performed; the last mouse click performs ZOOM_STOP command.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ExportFontAdaptive

0, 1

-

4.8.7

The key sets the relative font size for titles (camera N and time) when the frame is exported:

0 - by default (no key). The size of titles stays the same when the frame is exported (regardless of resolution).
1 - the size of titles is scaled depending on resolution when the frame is exported.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ClientArchMessage

0, 1

-

4.9.0

The key is in to enable the following events for MONITOR object:

ARCH_ENTER - enter the archive;
ARCH_EXIT - exit the archive;
ARCH_FRAME_TIME - time of the frame (second is changed).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DrawDetectorNumbers

0, 1

-

4.8.7

0 – identifiers of tracking objects are not displayed in the viewing tile (by default).

1 – identifiers of tracking objects are displayed in the viewing tile. 

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DrawDetectorColors

0, 1

-

4.8.7

The key sets the color of the frame that marks out the tracking object in the viewing tile:

0 – white color.

1 – the color is calculated as the mean value in the area marked out with a frame.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

FaceCamOffset

>0

50000

from 4.8.8 to 4.9.7

The key specifies the max. possible camera identifier in the system. The bigger values are used for the face detection tool.

2147483648from 4.9.8

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

FontCamNameHeight

>=10

10

4.8.8

The key specifies the font size of the camera name when displaying it on the Video surveillance Monitor.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

FontCamTimeHeight

>=10

10

4.8.8

The key specifies the font size of the camera time when displaying it on the Video surveillance Monitor.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

ShowFileNameInTitles

0, 1

0

4.9.0

The key is used to add the name of the file to the titles using the virtual video device:

0 - the name of the file is not shown in the titles; 

1 - the name of the file is shown in the titles (the Captioner object is to be created).

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

CorrectFrameNumber

0, 1

1

4.9.0

1 – key redefines frame numbers when archive is played back by Axxon_player.exe if frames are recorded to the archive with incorrect number.

0 – key in not active, frames are played in the order corresponding to their numbers in archive.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

DisappearedAlarmDuration >0154.9.0

Key specifies time-out in seconds after which “Disappearance in zone” detection alarm is discarded.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

LongInZoneTimeout >0104.9.0

Key specifies time-out in seconds which defines the duration of object appearance in zone, after which “Appearance in zone more than 10 sec” detection tool triggers.

x32: (X32)\Converter
x64: (x64)\Converter

CheckCompressedSize0, 11 

The key allows decreasing time of exporting video in the avi format using the Converter.exe. utility. If the key value is 0, then resolution check is disabled when exporting video in the avi format. If resolution check is disabled, then frames are not decompressed when being exported, but when resolution is changed, video artifacts can appear.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
FastPlayMpegSkip 0, 114.9.0 to 4.9.7

The key enables frame skip when there is fast playback of the archive in the h264 format.

0 – frame skip is disabled. If the fps value comes up to 50, the frame skip will be enabled regardless of the FastPlayMpegSkip key.

1 – only key frames are played back.

2 (only 4.9.7) – frame skip at fast playback is disabled regardless the fps value.

Note. It is also possible to configure frame skipping while playing back the archive – see also info on MonitorSkipArchFramesEnable registration key.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MonitorFrameBuffer>=0-4.8.2

The key specifies the number of frames to buffer when displaying live video from IP cameras. The value of 5 is recommended.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
BoardFX4MaxChannels0, 104.9.0

The key enables channel limitation for FX4 card.

1 – the limitation is enabled. It is not possible to set the channel number that is bigger than it is provided by the card.

0 or no key – the limitation is disabled. 
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
BoardFS6MaxChannels0, 104.9.0

The key enables channel limitation for FX6 card.

1 – the limitation is enabled. It is not possible to set the channel number that is bigger than it is provided by the card.

0 or no key – the limitation is disabled.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TelemetryZoomStopTime>010004.9.1

The key specifies the value of optical zoom duration (delay) in milliseconds.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
OnvifCompatibilityMode0, 104.9.1

The key is for operaton of cameras via the ONVIF protocol in the compatibility mode. It is used when the ONVIF protocol is partially supported by the camera. The key enables the compatibility mode for all cameras in the system.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

TelemetryPointAndClickDelay 

>05004.9.2

Sets the interval (in milliseconds) between sending Point&Click  commands when controlling PTZ via surveillance monitor by clicking and holding left mouse button and the Ctrl key. See details in Operator's Guide.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
m_nCurVolume[FS]>=004.7.6

The parameter is used for loop recording of Server archive in order to store the number of current disk for recording. The figures in ascending order correspond to the letters of the sections (e.g., 0=C, 1=D, 2=E etc.). If the parameter has not been created, then it is created at the moment of selecting the disk for recording the archive with the value of disk number which has the latest recorded archive fragment. When filling the disk, the parameter increases by 1.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
m_dwTime[FS]Date in YYYY.MM.DD.HH.MM.SS format1970.01.01.03.00.004.7.6

The parameter is used for loop recording of Server archive. If the parameter has not been created, then it is created at the moment of selecting the disk for recording with the default value. When going to the new disk, the parameter value changes as follows:

  • When there is the archive on the disk, then the m_dwTime[FS] parameter equals the date of the latest recorded fragment. If the disk is empty (there is no archive on it), then the parameter’s value is the default one.

The recording will be performed on the current disk until the file with the date specified in the m_dwTime[FS] key becomes an old one on this disk (if the disk wasn’t primarily empty) or until the remaining free space on the disk becomes equal to that specified by the user (if the disk was primarily empty, see The settings panel for the Video subsystem section). Further the system will erase this file and go to the next disk.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
m_nCurVolume[ARCH]>=004.7.6

The parameter is used for loop recording of Backup archive. The parameter is similar to the m_nCurVolume[FS] parameter.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
m_dwTime[ARCH]Date in YYYY.MM.DD.HH.MM.SS format1970.01.01.03.00.004.7.6

The parameter is used for loop recording of Backup archive. The parameter is similar to the

m_dwTime[FS] parameter.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ResetFastPlay0, 1-4.9.2

 

The key is not created by default, i.e. the value is 0.

 

The key defines the playback speed if the playbeck is paused and then resumed at fast archive playback:

 

0 – playback will be resumed with the same speed as before pause.

1 - playback will be resumed with normal speed.

 
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TelemetryMouseZoom 0, 114.9.2

The key allows disabling the control of optical zoom function by mouse buttons.

0 – control of optical zoom by means of long pressing of left or right mouse buttons is not functioned.

1 - control of optical zoom by means of long pressing of left or right mouse buttons is functioned.

x32:(X32)\Video\RTSPTimeout
x64:(x64)\Video\RTSPTimeout
< camera manufacturer >0-10010DriverPack 3.2.26.1489 and later

Sets max. time interval at the end of which the following frame is sent through the video gate.     

Example: in order to limit the frame rate (to 0,01) of the stream transmitted through the video gate using the RTSP protocol, the "RTSP" parameter is to be created with value 100. 
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
UnlimitMonitorSize0, 104.9.3When the value=1, the key removes restrictions on the Monitor height and width. When the large size (more than 900%) is set for the Monitor window, then proper operation of Intellect is not guaranteed.
x32: (X32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug
ShowDisplayingFps0, 104.9.3

When the value = 1, the key enables displaying information on fps in the first line of captions on the video image in the Viewing tile.

Note. If the debug mode is enabled, the fps of the digitized video signal is displayed on the Monitor (see Frame rate settings), i.e. the key allows comparing these values.

The Camera-based Captioner object is to be created in order to use this function.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
StartPlayFromPFrame0,114.9.3

After using frame-by-frame reverse playback, when returning to the normal playback mode:

0 – playback starts from the nearest previous key frame. 

1 - playback starts from the nearest previous key frame (difference, R frame).
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
UseServerTime

Comma-separated IDs of cameras in Intellect, or *

Note. Use all instead of * value in versions up to 4.9.8 

-4.9.3

Camera sets time of frame while video image transmission after which frames playback by turn depending on the time of frame. Sometimes camera sets incorrect time, so frames playback in invalid order because of bad communication quality or time of camera is not synchronized with server.

The key sets list of IP-cameras for which time of frame will be set according to system time of the Intellect server while reading frames from the network.

Note. The key can be used for cameras with absolute time (e.g. Tattile cameras). Other cameras synchronize with server time on default. 

Example. When the value of registry key is “1,10,135”, time of Server will be applied on cameras 1, 10 and 135.

If value of key is * then server time will be applied for all cameras. In Intellect 4.10.0 and later this value is considered as the value by default and is in use if the key is not created.

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MxpegResetCounter>=013

4.9.5

DP 3.2.30

The key sets the number of key frames decompressed by MxPEG decompressor before they are returned. The waiting period of specified frames is 3 minutes, on the expiry of this period the decompressor is reinitialized.

The key is in use if there is no video in Intellect when MxPEG codec operates with MxPEG decompressor. In this case the value of the key is to be reduced.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TelemetryMouseAlternative0, 114.9.5

0 – previously used Mouse PTZ control mode is in use.

1 – a new Mouse PTZ control mode is in use.

See Mouse PTZ control.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TelemetryLineColor4-byte RGB value

Most significant byte - 4 = 0.

byte 3 - R (0..255)

byte 2 - G (0..255)

byte 1 - B (0..255)

Examples:

blue color: LetterboxBackgroundColor = 255

white color: LetterboxBackgroundColor = 16777215

16777215 (white color)4.10.4The key sets the color of the crosshair and the arrow line during PTZ control. See Mouse PTZ control.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ContinousModeIdentifiers of cameras, divided by comma, for which continuous PTZ mode is enabled. Example: 2,3,1-4.9.5

In the Continous mode camera lens is re-focused slowly – arrow indicating the re-focus direction smoothly follows the pointer. To use the Continous mode, the camera is to support this mode.

In discrete mode (if the camera number is not specified in the key) re-focus of the camera objective depends on the area of the mouse click.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MonitorSkipArchFramesEnable0, 104.9.0 to 4.9.4

The key enables frame skipping while playing back the archive.

0 – all frames are displayed. If there is lack of resources, video delays and loss of synchronization with sound are possible, and the playback speed can be increased no more than 4 times (or no more than 60 fps).

1 – Depends on the version of Intellect:

  • Version 4.10.2 and older: only key frames are played back at rate x4 and faster.
  • Version 4.10.3 and later: only key frames are played back forward at rate x10 and faster and backwards at rate x6 and faster.
Note. See also info on FastPlayMpegSkip and MonitorForwardSkipSpeed registry keys.
1

from 4.9.5 to 4.9.7

from 4.10.1

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TempWritingDirPath to a folder-

4.9.6 - 4.9.7

The key specifies the path to the existing folder that will be used as a buffer while recording to the archive, e.g., C:\Temp. Temporary files with the name in the writing._<camera_id> format are created in the specified folder while recording. If the key hasn’t been created, then such temporary files are created in the VIDEO folder on a disk with the archive.

Important! When 64-bit modules are in use (see Configuring of using 64-bits modules) the key is ignored by the system and temporary files are created in RAM.

When the recording is completed these files are renamed and moved to the folder with the archive according to the rules of archiving (see General information on video archiving).

This key can be used when, for example, the archive is recorded to the net disk, but disk performance is not enough and it can’t record new files and/or delete previous recordings recorded on loop.

If in the key the path to a non-existing folder or a folder created after starting Intellect is specified, then the buffer is not in use.

In the TempWritingDir folder there must be MORE free space, than maximum size of temporary files that are stored in it, i.e. the folder must NEVER be filled for 100%.

There should be not less than 100 Mb of free space in TempWritingDir folder.

To improve performance of data copying from TempWritingDir to NAS create TempWritingDir folder in RAM using special software, for example SoftPerfect RAM disk.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MpegWritingQueueSize>0-4.9.6-4.9.7These keys are used along with TempWritingDir key (see above). They specify the number of frames stored in RAM until data is stored in the buffer for Mpeg and MJpeg codecs respectively. This is necessary for frames not to be lost while copying files from the buffer to the main archive when the disk is full. Values of the keys are to be selected experimentally as they depend on the number and type of cameras as well as on NAS. The values are to be changed at 100 rate.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MJpegWritingQueueSize>0254.9.6-4.9.7
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ResetOSDLine0, 104.9.7

The key is for enabling and disabling titling on the video image using the SC590N4 video capture device.

0 – OSD-captions of device are in use.

1 – OSD-captions of device are not in use.

Note. Restart of operating system can be required to apply settings while changing the key value.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
VMDAEXT0, 104.9.8

On default the key is not created that corresponds to value 0.

The key is for separating VMDA tracker processes to the single process. It's recommended to do to increase stability and reliability of  the Intellect basic functional. Used CPU resources and memory are increasing while separating trackers to the single process.

0 – process of VMDA trackers is starting in the video.run process.

1 – process of  VMDA trackers is starting in the single detector_ext.run process.

Note. It's required to install the Intellect Detector Pack ( version>=2.1.0) for correct key operation.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
VMDAEXT.RAM>03004.9.8The key is in use with the VMDAEXT key and sets  the memory space in megabytes which can use the detectror_ext.run process. The process will be restarted if allocated memory is exceeded.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
WritingQueueSize>0

x32: 100

x64: default value is a maximal video length in frames (on default 500)

4.9.8

The key sets number of frames storing in RAM until start of data record to buffer. The key can be used with any codec.

Note. The key replaces MpegWritingQueueSize and MJpegWritingQueueSize keys (see above). Existing values of keys will be read while updating and the maximal value of them will be assigned to the WritingQueueSize key and old keys will be removed. If specified keys are not created, the default value will be assigned to the WritingQueueSize key.
x32: (x32)\
x64: (x64)\
ClearProtocolFromCurrentTime 0, 104.9.8

The key is for changing the way of deleting archive of events at the end of storage period (see Configuring events logging):

1 – storage period is counted from the current PC time. So if there are events "from the future" (date of which is later than the current date) in the archive of events, they are neither taken into account when deleting old entries nor deleted.

0 – storage period of records is counted from the date of creation the newest record.

Note. Deletion is performed at 00:00:00 in case of active license.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MemFile-1, 0, 1-14.9.8

The key specifies the way of archive record to disk or network storage:

0 – each frame is recording to disk at once. This value is not recommended to use for network storages.

1 – at first video is recording to RAM (default video size is 500 frames, it's specified by the Ring parameter on the Settings panel of the Video subsystem section of the Tweaki.exe utility), temporary files are not created. Video will record on disk after its completion. When the recording ends, it is written to the disk in parts, the size of which is set by the WriteBufferSize parameter (1 MB by default). Memory consumption is highly increasing in this case.

-1 – video is recording to disk by pieces in size 1 Mb. This way is optimal when recording to disk or network storage and memory consumption is minimal.
x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
WriteBufferSize>014.9.8

The key specifies the size of video data chunk that is written to the disk at a time, in megabytes. If the frame size is less than the preset value, then it "merges" with the next one.

The key is used when the value of the MemFile key is 1 or -1.

Note. See WritingQueueSize.
x32: (X32)\Video\AVI
x64: (x64)\Video\AVI64
SubtitlesFontSize>0-4.9.0

Font size of captions with camera name and time while export from the Monitor.

Note. Captions overlaid using the Captioner object are configured separately on the settings panel of the Captioner object.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TelemetryArrowLen0 – 100504.9.8The key specifies length of the arrow displayed on the video image at mouse PTZ control  from the Monitor window. Arrow length is set in percent and counting from the end.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TelemetryStopZone2 – 100504.10.0The key sets the size of the zone in the center of the video where PTZ control functions using mouse are disabled. The less the key value the bigger the “dead” zone. The default value corresponds to the size of the cross in the center of Surveillance monitor during PTZ control.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ShowTelemetryCross0, 114.10.0

The key is designed to enable and disable showing a cross in the center of Surveillance monitor during PTZ control.

1 – the cross is shown in the center of Surveillance monitor during PTZ control.

0 – the cross is not shown in the center of Surveillance monitor during PTZ control.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
GreenStreamUpdateTimeoutMS>0200004.10.0The key sets time in milliseconds that equals to stream scan rate in order to optimize connection parameters. This key can be active only if the Video stream setting checkbox is checked (see Configuration of multistream video).
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TitlesOnlyArchive0, 104.10.0

The key is designed to enable saving titles separately from video.

1 – titles are saved in files of *.t01 type separately from video. If there is time stamp in the titles, then these titles are not displayed in live video, but can be seen in the archive (for the corresponding period of time). Titles with no time stamp are displayed on live video

0 – titles are saved with video and are displayed on live video.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ExportDirFixed0, 104.9.9

The key allows forbidding change of export catalogue when the archive period is exported and when the archive is exported using the AviExport utility. 

1 – export catalogue change is forbidden.

0 – export catalogue change is allowed.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ShowBookmarkButtons0, 114.10.1

The key is used to disable creating and editing of bookmarks meant for protection against video rewriting (see Create a bookmark).

1 – show Create and View bookmarks buttons.

0 – hide Create and View bookmarks buttons.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ShowExportButtons0, 114.10.1

The key is used to disable export of bookmarks meant for protection against video rewriting (see List of bookmarks).

1 – show bookmark export button.

0 – hide bookmark export button.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ResizePrintingFrame0, 104.10.1

The key sets the width of frame for printing:

1 – the frame is printed out so that is fits the full width of the page depending on the default layout (portrait or landscape).

0 – the frame is printed out not on the whole page.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
CycleByLayouts0, 104.10.1

The key enables paging by layouts.

0 – standard paging.

1 – paging by layouts.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
EnableCodecSettings0, 104.10.1

The key is in use for enabling compressor and decompressor on the settings panel of the Camera object.

0 – Compressor and Decompressor parameters are not available for changing.

1 – Compressor and Decompressor parameters are available for changing.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
PerspMaxObjects>0104.10.1The key sets maximum calibration objects and background points that can be used when configuring perspective for the Tracker object (see Configuring perspective).
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
VirtualGrabberSortMode0, 1, 204.10.1

The key sets the order of playing back files when the virtual grabber is in use:

0 – sorting by the latest modification.
1 – sorting by name (lexicographic).
2 – sorting by creation time.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
SplitArchiveIntervals>050004.10.1The key is responsible for merging fragments when requesting the range of available archive recordings via HTTP API (see Ranges of available archive recordings). The interval is set in milliseconds. If the time between recordings is less than specified one, then recordings are merged into one.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
NotifyAbout_arch_days0, 114.10.2The key allows disabling the warning when the Store no less than parameter is set for more than 30% of cameras in the system (see also The Settings panel of the Camera object).
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
archrecrestart0, 104.8.3 to 4.10.3

Enables restarting record on archive entering.

1 – patch that has been recorded on archive entering is stopped and a new one starts. As a result the user who enters the archive sees a freeze frame corresponding to that on exiting.

0 – recording is not stopped on archive entering

The key is to be created on a Server.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MonitorArchPrevTimeSeconds>=0-14.10.4

Enables restarting record on archive entering and sets time period in seconds (0 or more) to roll back from current time at archive entering and start playback from.  All frames are forced to be recorded to the disk at archive entering, taking into account the pre-alarm recording.

-1 – disabled (by default).

Note. The key is to be created on a Server.

If the key is set to "0", it works in the same way as archrecrestart set to 1 (see above).

If "1", "2", etc. is set, the key works in the same way as archrecrestart set to 1 , plus the time for positioning in archive is set.

Note. If every 20th frame is a key frame, entering archive can take up to 2-4 sec., as all frames are warranted to be recorded on disk yet it is possible only if the key frame for the next clip is received in order to avoid gaps in the archive.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
archenterpause0, 104.8.3Enables pausing playback on archive entering.

1 – the Pause button is pressed on archive entering, archive navigation using arrow keys.

0 – the Pause button is not pressed on archive entering.

The key is to be created on a Server.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
FastIndex0, 1

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

4.9.9 -

4.10.2

 

 

 

 

 

4.10.4 and later

The key enables fast index download. It is in use for 64-bit modules only as memory usage increases while reading and saving.

Non-depending on the key value the fastIndex.index file is created in the VIDEO folder - using this file indexes are downloaded much faster.

0 – when Intellect is started all indexes are downloaded, so no time is wasted for data loading.

1 – when Intellect is started the specified file is downloaded and data on detailed index for an hour will be loaded if required.

 

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
LButtonClickContinuousPlayEnable0, 104.10.3

The key changes the playback by alarms control mode in the Video surveillance monitor:
0 - long left-click starts continuous playback of archive fragments, short click starts playback of the current selected archive recording only.
1 - long left-click starts playback of the current selected archive recording only, short click starts continuous playback of archive fragments.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MonitorPlaybackControlByMouseWheel0, 104.10.3

The key enables control of the playback speed of the archive in the Video surveillance monitor and pausing/resuming playback using the mouse wheel.

0 - playback speed control using the mouse wheel is possible only when the cursor is hovered over the playback control panel. When hovering the cursor over the video, the mouse wheel controls the zoom. Clicking on the mouse wheel is used to control the telemetry (autocentering).

1 - playback speed is adjusted using the mouse wheel while hovering the cursor over the Surveillance window. Clicking the mouse wheel pauses/resumes video playback.

Note. See Video playback controls section in Operator's Guide.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ConnectOnlyByClient0, 104.10.3

The key disables video data transmission from the Server to the Videogate when video data via this Videogate is not requested on the Clients. The key is to be created on the computer under which the Videogate object is created.

0 - video is transmitted from the Server to the Videogate constantly.

1 - video is transmitted from the Server to the Videogate when video data via this Videogate is requested on the Client. If recording to Videogate archive is configured, then to disable video data transmission from the Server to the Videogate, when they are not requested on the Clients, the Active cameras recording checkbox is to be set checked on the settings panel of the Videogate object (see Configuring the record of the Videogate module archive).  If this checkbox is set unchecked and recording to the Videogate archive is configured, then video data is transmitted to the Videogate constantly.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MaximizeCameraOnDblClk0, 104.10.3

The key enables transforming the Surveillance window into the single layout mode by left double-clicking. The key is created on the computer where the video is displayed and the described behavior of the video surveillance monitor is required.
0 - by left double-clicking the size of the Surveillance window is increased by one layout.
1 - by left double-clicking the size of the Surveillance window is increased to a single layout (only the selected Surveillance window is displayed in the Video surveillance monitor). Right double-clicking on the Video surveillance monitor restores the original layout.

Note. In order for the original layout to be restored by left clicking, this key is to be used together with MinimizeCameraOnDblClk.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MinimizeCameraOnDblClk0, 104.10.3

The key is used together with the MaximizeCameraOnDblClk = 1 key and it enables returning to the original layout after enlarging the video surveillance window by left double-clicking. The key is created on the computer where the video is displayed and the described behavior of the video surveillance monitor is required.

0 - returning to the original layout is performed by right-clicking the Surveillance window.

1 - returning to the original layout is performed by left-clicking the Surveillance window.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ContourAlways*, all, IDs of cameras, comma-separated-4.10.3The key enables permanent outlining of moving objects on the video from the specified video cameras on all Video surveillance monitors to which it is added.
The key is not created or created with an empty value - outlining is enabled by the Operator  in the Surveillance window (see Outlining of moving objects).
* or all - the permanent outlining of moving objects on all video cameras in on all Video surveillance monitors is enabled.
Camera identifiers comma-separated (for example, "1,2,4") - permanent outlining of moving objects is enabled for cameras with the specified identifiers.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
savemode0, 1-4.10.3

The key allows not changing the video surveillance mode of the active camera (archive or live video) when changing the layout and adding or removing cameras to the Video surveillance monitor.

0 - when adding a new camera to the Video surveillance monitor and when removing cameras from it, the active camera switches into the live video viewing mode.

1 - when adding a new camera to the Video surveillance monitor and removing the cameras from it, the active camera does not change the video surveillance mode (archive or live video).

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
clean_object_lists0, 104.10.4

The key defines if it is necessary to delete cameras from Video Surveillance Monitor list when the Camera object is deleted.

1 – the Camera is deleted from the Monitor list on deletion.

0 – the Camera is not deleted from the Monitor list on deletion. If the Camera object with the same ID is created again, it automatically appears in the Monitor list.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ShowDisconnectState0, 104.10.4The key enables displaying a message about a connection failure instead of the last frame received.

0 – When the connection to the camera is lost, the last received frame is displayed in the Surveillance window.

1 – When the connection to the camera is lost, an image showing the disconnected state is displayed in the Surveillance window.
x32: (x32)\Video\Deinterlace
x64: (x64)\Video\Deinterlace
monitor_id.camera_id, e.g. 4.1 – camera 1 on monitor 4.1, 2-4.10.4The key sets deinterlacing mode for the specified camera. By default, the key is not created and mode 1 is in use. In case if it is not productive enough, for example for Paxton intercoms, use mode 2.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MonitorMultiDecompress0, 114.10.4The key enables decompression of video on all available cores of the processor, thereby increasing the speed of video playback.
0 - Video decompression is performed on one core of the processor.
1 - Video decompression is performed on all available processor cores.
Note. If Clients are present in configuration, set the key both on Intellect Server and Client side.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
DisableReplaceCam0, 104.10.4

The key can be created to prohibit moving the Video Surveillance Windows on the layout in the Video Surveillance Monitor (either when the Control Panel is enabled or disabled).

0 – changing the position of the Video Surveillance Windows on the layout is allowed.

1 – changing the position of the Video Surveillance Windows on the layout is prohibited.

х32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
EnterEdgeStorageDirect0, 104.10.4 and later

The key enables the user redirection to the "edge storage" after pressing the Enter archive button.

0 - after pressing the Enter archive button, the user is redirected to the video archive.

1 - after pressing the Enter archive button, the user is redirected to the "edge storage" if there is one, and if it is connected to the camera in the Video Monitor.

The key should be specified on those computers where this option is required.

4.10.5 and laterThe key ALSO enables the user redirection to the external archive on pressing the Tab hotkey in the Video Monitor.
х32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
TouchScreeenUpdateTimeout> = 004.10.5 and later

The key sets the Play button hold time in milliseconds to enable the continuous video archive playback on the touch screen.

х32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ShowNoDiscIconInMonitor0, 114.10.5 and later

Using this key you can hide the "no disk" icon from being displayed in the Monitor if no disk is selected for recording.

0 – if no disk is selected for recording, the "no disk" icon is not shown.

1 – if no disk is selected for recording, the "no disk" icon is shown in the Monitor.

Note. You should use this key on all computers where the "no disk" icon has to be hidden from being displayed in the Monitor.

х32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
DisableTelemetryOnDeactivate0, 104.10.5

0 – if enabled, PTZ control remains active after you hide its window or switch to another screen.

1 – if enabled, PTZ control becomes inactive after you hide its window or switch to another screen; you can re-activate it manually.

Refer also to Mouse PTZ control.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
nosynt0,104.10.5

This key disables ActiveX's (refer to CamMonitor.ocx ActiveX Control) video stream recalculation to fit the display window and forces video display in its native resolution. Therefore, when you export a frame from an ActiveX window called from the Event Log or the Web Reports subsystem, you'll get full resolution frame from either live video or stored footage.

0 – ActiveX optimizes the video resolution to its window size.

1 – ActiveX displays video in its native resolution.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
ApplyChinaEastWestFix0, 104.10.5

This key allows flipping the camera icon on the map while you rotate it.

0 – standard behavior.

1 – the Map receives panning value as CAM|XXXX|UPDATE_ABSOLUTE which flips the camera icon while you rotate it.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
 UseNuma0, 104.10.5

This key affects the allocation of virtual memory in multi-CPU systems.

0 – uniform allocation of virtual memory.

1 – NUMA allocation for optimal distribution of CPU load between multiple CPUs within a PC.

Note. Before changng this key, please consult your AxxonSoft manager.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MonitorForwardSkipSpeed>0124.10.4 and laterThe key operates together with the MonitorSkipArchFramesEnable key (see above). It enables the accelerated playback on reference frames after the specified speed during the 1-camera playback. If the odd number is set as the key value, then the accelerated playback on reference frames will start at an even speed, minus 1 from the entered number.
x32:(x32)\Video\FileSystem
x64:(x64)\Video\FileSystem
FileReader.MMF0, 104.10.4 and later

0 - during the playback, the video archive fragments are read into RAM by one frame.

1 - during the playback, the video archive fragments are read into the RAM all at once.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
NoSaveTitles0, 104.10.5

The key disables storing captions in the captions database:

0 – the captions are saved in the captions DB.

1 – the captions are not saved in the captions DB.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

<Grabber name.MaxChannels>

For example: RTSP.MaxChannels, HikVision(h.264).MaxChannels

Note. Both new and old grabber names are supported. The comparison is case sensitive.

>0-4.10.4 and later, and DP 3.52.2423 and laterThe key sets the maximum number of camera channels under the manually created Video Capture Device object for the specified device (grabber). By default, the maximum number of channels is 64.
x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video
MaxSpeedValueInteger-4.10.5

The key sets the limit on the maximum archive playback speed in the Video Surveillance Monitor both forward and reverse. Examples of values:

With a value of 6, the maximum possible playback/rewind speed is x6.
With a value of 5, the maximum possible playback/rewind speed is x4.
With a value of 1 or 0, fast forward playback is not possible, rewind is possible at speeds of 1/8, 1/4, 1/2.
When set to -10, rewind to x1/8, fast forward to x1/10 is possible.

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Audio

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\Audio
x64: (x64)\Audio

Gain_control

0, 1, 2

-

up to  4.7.6

Sets the volume control parameter: 

0 - no volume control;
1 - integer processing (less accurate, but faster);

2 - extra accuracy (CPU overload is possible if there are a lot of channels).

x32: (X32)\Audio
x64: (x64)\Audio

Max_file_len_sec

 > = 0

 600

4.7.4 and later

Defines max. length of audio file (sec) when recording via audio player.

x32: (X32)\Audio\
Card\ «Card Name»
x64: (x64)\Audio\Card\ «Card Name»

 

mix

0, 1

0

4.7.4 and later

Sets input mixing.

x32: (x32)\Audio
x64: (x64)\Audio
AudioStreamLoggerEnable0, 104.9.8 and later

0 – logging is disabled.

1 or other value different from 0 – streams logging is enabled.

The module restart is not required to change the key value.
х32:(X32)\Audio
x64:(x64)\Audio
AudioMaxDiffTime>020004.10.5 and later

The key sets the maximum discrepancy in milliseconds between the estimated timestamps and the incoming timestamps of the audio packets received from the IP audio input devices. If the difference exceeds this value, then the estimated time will be adjusted.
Increasing the key value will increase the mistiming of audio and video in the archive.
Decreasing the key value will result in "wheezing" sounds in the archive, if the sound comes in packets and the packets size is greater than the specified value.

The key only affects the recording to the archive and does not affect the playback of live and archive sound.

х32:(X32)\Audio
x64:(x64)\Audio
SpeakerLiveDelay>020004.10.5 and later

The key sets the maximum buffer size in milliseconds when playing the live sound using the Speaker objects. On the one hand, it affects the maximum delay when playing the live sound through the Speaker (the maximum delay is equal to the specified value). On the other hand, if the sound is received unevenly, and the size of the incoming packets is greater than the specified value, then there can be interruptions and "wheezing" sounds in the live sound.

The key does not affect the playback of archive sound.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Core

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

ChangePort

> = 0

Depends on the port specified for the Client.

4.7.3 and later

Allows changing the port number. For instance, if it is necessary to change port 20900 to 40900, then 20900="40900" string parameter is created.
The change of this parameter can affect the system.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

CheckPingPeriod

> 0

 10

4.7.4 to 4.10.2

Sets Server-computer ping period.

Note. In Intellect since version 4.10.3 this parameter is set on the settings panel of the Security zone object.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

CheckVersion

0, 1

0

4.7.4 and later

Sets the parameters of Server connection: the version is checked in connected version parameters. If versions do not agree, then there is a corresponding message and no connection.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

Core IP Address

IP address

 -

4.7.3 and later 

Address of the computer to the core of which the slave.exe is to connect.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

DBAttempts

1..∞

 10

4.7.3 and later

Number of attempts to connect to database.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugLevel

0,1,2,3,4

0

4.7.3 and later

Sets the debug mode:
0 – disabled;

1 – information is shown in the process window;

2 – information is shown in the process window and logged;

3 – extended log is written – it contains module events;

4 – extended log is written – it contains module events and parameters.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugExtension

Any string

LOG

4.7.3 and later

Sets extensions of log files.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugFlushPeriod

> = 0

500

4.7.4 and later

Sets the update rate for log files (ms).

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugOptions

Range in decimal system: 0-255. 

0x001 (i.e. 1)

4.7.3 and later

Hexadecimal logging in the debug mode. This parameter has a complex structure (bit mask) and it is modified using the Tweaki.exe utility.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugQueueMaxLines

0 - 2147483647

2000

4.7.4 and later

Specifies max. number of messages in a queue to log file. If there are more than 500 log lines in the queue, then they are to be scaled.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugSize

>=100

100

4.7.3 and later

Specifies the number of megabytes provided for log. Restricted by disk capacity.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DebugTime

 0-2147483647

48

4.7.3 and later

Specifies the number of hours for keeping log files.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug
DebugZipDays>024.7.5 and laterSpecifies the number of days for keeping log files in the gz format.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

defaultconnection

 0, 1

1

4.7.4 and later

Allows setting connections in the architecture only with the computer where the Computer object is created.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

DisableProtocol

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Allows disabling protocol.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

DisableThreadStatQueue

0, 1

0

4.8.0 and later

 

By default the key is not created.

 

Defines whether the queue statistics is called or not. If the registry key value=1, then the box can not be called.

 

To call the Queue statistics box, follow the steps:

 

  • Intellect 4.9.2 and older – press F2
  • Intellect 4.9.3 and later – press Alt+F2 key combination


x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

InstallFolder

 

Intellect

4.7.3 and later

Specifies the installation folder.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

Ip_port

0, 1

 

up to  4.7.6

Specifies the port using which the IP camera will operate on the Computer object.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

Language

0x0419

-

4.7.3 and later

Specifies the language to use (0x0419 - English). 

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

LogIncommingMsg

0, 1

not created

up to  4.8.0

Defines whether logging of incoming events is enabled or not.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

LogOutgoingMsg

0, 1

not created

up to  4.8.0

Defines whether logging of outgoing events is enabled or not.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

LogStatistics

0, 1

not created

up to  4.8.0

Defines whether the statistics is logged or not.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

OnlyLocalProtocol

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Only local events are logged.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

PeakWorkingSetSizeQuota

>=0

0

4.8.1 and later

Sets RAM limit (MB). When this limit is exceeded, the module that exceeded this limit will be restarted in the restart service.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

PhotoCores

Name or IP address 

-

4.7.3 and later

The list of computers (cores) for mailing user photos.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

PriorityClass

256,

128,

32768,

32,

16384,

64

 16384

4.7.3 and later

Defines the stream priority:

256 - realtime

128 - high

32768 - Above Normal

32 - normal

16384 - below Normal

64 - low

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

ShowCrashMessage

0, 1

0

4.7.5 and later

Create or not the module crash message. 

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

SyncTime

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to synchronize time between computers or not.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

Topmost

0, 1

1

4.7.4 and later

Sets the splash screen location:
1 - splash screen is topmost;
0 - screen is hidden behind other windows.

This key is applied for splash screen on the Server/Remote Administrator’s workplace for Intellect versions older than 4.10.0, for versions newer 4.10.1 - both on the Server/Remote Administrator’s workplace and on the Client.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

Type_view_dept_log

0,1,2

0

4.7.4 and later

Specifies displaying the  name of department in the log:

0 - do not add:  Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich;  
1 - add to the beginning:
[Sales department] Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich;
2 - add to the end:
Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich [Sales department].

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

URAttempts

 0 - 10000

3

4.7.3 and later

Sets the number of attempts to enter the user password .

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

URDelay

 0 - 10000

60

4.7.3 and later

Sets the delay period (sec) for re-entering the system.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

virtualgrabber

0, 1

0

4.7.6 and later

Defines whether it is possible to create  a virtual video capture card or no.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

SyncNotEmpty

0, 1

0

4.8.5 and later

Defines the database synchronization algorithm:

1 – fast synchronization algorithm is in use;

0 -  standard synchronization algorithm is in use.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

counter_period

>=0

0

4.9.0 and later

Defines the time period in seconds, in which information about availability of processor, memory and disk is recorded to the log-file. If the value of parameter is 0, this information is not included to the log-file.

x32: (x32)\ IntellectRunService
x64: (x64)\ IntellectRunService

RestartIntellectOnLogonDisable

0, 1

0

4.9.0 and later

1 – Intellect installed as a Service is not restarted under the current user even for users belonging to the IntellectUsers group.

0 – Intellect installed as a Service is restarted under the current user only if the user belongs to the IntellectUsers group.

x32: (x32)\ IntellectRunService
x64: (x64)\ IntellectRunService

CheckUserForRestartIntellectDisable

0, 1

-

4.9.0 and later

0 – Intellect installed as a Service is restarted (when entering the system) under the current user only if the user belongs to the IntellectUsers group.

1 – Intellect installed as a Service is restarted (when entering the system) under the current user even if the user doesn’t belong to the IntellectUsers group. The settings of permissions are to be taken into account when using this key. If the permissions are set incorrectly, then some Intellect features can operate incorrectly.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

ShowHiddenObjects

0, 1

0

4.9.0 and later

0 – hidden objects corresponding to IntegratedAudioSource and IntegratedVideoSource objects, as well as to Integrated device child objects are not shown in the object tree in Intellect.

1 – hidden objects are shown in the object tree in Intellect.

Intellect is to be restarted when the key value is changed.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

InheritServiceEnviroment

0, 1

-

4.8.8 only

The key is essential for proper operation of Intellect in MS failover cluster.

x32: (x32)\ IntellectRunService\
x64: (x64)\ IntellectRunService\

InheritServiceEnvironment

0, 1

-

4.9.0 and later

The key is essential for proper operation of Intellect in MS failover cluster.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

SortCamsById

0, 1

-

4.8.8 and later

The key is responsible for sorting the list of cameras on the settings panel of the Monitor object.

1 – cameras are sorted by ID;

0 – cameras are sorted by names.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

EventProcessingThreads

>=0

0

4.9.0

Key reserves the specified number of streams for events processing.

0-8Equal to CPU cores number4.10.4

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

DumpYUV

0, 1

-

4.9.0.959

Key activates the mode of video dump corresponding to compressor.  It is required for diagnostics of StreamLabs (motionWavelet7.1) compressor/decompressor problems.

File (or files) with decompressed data will be created by key in the Modules directory. Names of files correspond to the template:
WxH_hv_chunk_№.yuv

W – width;
H – height;
h – horizontal subsampling;
v – vertical subsampling;
№ - number of file. If resolution or subsampling are changed the new file openes.

For example, file with resolution 640x480 in YUV420 color area will have the 640x480_22_chunk_0.yuv name.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

settings_height>0, depends on screen resolution438 Sets the height of the object settings panel (in pixels).

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

settings_width>0, depends on screen resolution600 Sets the width of the object settings panel (in pixels).
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
ATMSendSetup0, 114.9.3

0 – receiving of the SETUP reaction from the ATM object is disabled on the computer where this key is specified.

1 - receiving of the SETUP reaction from the ATM object is enabled on the computer where this key is specified. 

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
RegisterF10andF110, 114.9.2

1 - F10 and F11 hot keys are in use to control screen displaying (see Main control panel section).

0 - F10 and F11 hot keys are not in use to control screen displaying.

Note.When the key is changed Intellect restart is required. 

 To disable F10 and F11 hot keys on the Administrator Remote Workplace, the key is to be created in the  \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ITV\Intellect registry section.

To disable F10 and F11 hot keys on the Administrator Remote Workplace when operating under the Admin account, he key is to be created in the same registry section as on Server (x32)/(x64).

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
DisableF80, 104.10.4

0 -  F8 hot key is in use to call the Execute menu on the main control panel.  

1 - F8 hot key is not in use.

Note. To disable F8 hot key on the Administrator Remote Workplace, the key is to be created in the  \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ITV\Intellect registry section.

To disable F8 hot key on the Administrator Remote Workplace when operating under the Admin account, he key is to be created in the same registry section as on Server (x32)/(x64).

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

check_digital0, 104.8.0

When the key value = 1, video or archive period is exported from the Monitor interface using the admin password.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
CONNECT_ATTEMPTS>=114.9.4The key sets the number of attempts to connect the Client to Server. The key is specified on the side of the Client.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
FLUSH_TIMER_TIMEOUT>0

By default the key is not created, the value is 10.

4.9.4

The key specifies maximum waiting time (in milliseconds) before sending data over the network.

The higher the value of this parameter, the more productive the system is (due to decreasing resources when sending a large amount of small messages).

However, time of response to events can also increase.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
UnloadDelay0 to 60000 ms50004.9.5

The key sets the delay between disabling Guardant and unloading Intellect.

The delay is essential for the FORCED_OFF event generation of the SLAVE object and in case this event is used in scripts or programs, these scripts and programs are executed.

If UnloadDelay = 0, unloading is performed without any delays, i.e. script/program in which the specified event is used, cannot execute.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
SortSubItems0, 11-

The key is for specifying the way of sorting the objects in the tree:

0 – sorting by name.

1 – sorting by ID.

Note 1. If sorting by name is chosen, and there are numbers in the object name, then the objects will be sorted in alphabetical order. For example, an object with the name "115" will be above the object with the name "15", because in the name "115" the second number is 1, and in the name "15" the second number is 5.

Note 2. This key also affects the sorting of objects in the tree when adding the objects to a layer in the Map Editor utility.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
RestPort0 - 6553510112from 4.10.1 to 4.10.2Sets the port through which Intellect receives events and reactions via HTTP request. See also Sending reactions and events to Intellect using HTTP request.
0from 4.10.3
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
ShowSmallBarAlways0, 104.10.1

The key enables displaying the main control panel of Intellect on the screen.

0 – the main control panel is displayed when pointing to the upper right corner of the screen.

1 – the main control panel is always displayed in the upper right corner of the screen.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
UpdateProtocolPeriod> 0-4.10.2

Sets time period (in days) of storing the change protocol in the database.

The storing period is counted from the last recording or starting from the current time depending on the value of the ClearProtocolFromCurrentTime key (see above).

Recordings storing period of which has expired are deleted at midnight every 24 hours in case the license is activated.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
permissible_memory_limit>0-4.10.3The key sets the occupied memory threshold, reaching which the core starts receiving messages with a delay. The key should be used when due to excessive memory consumption, the module shuts down.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
MsgCompressOn0, 104.10.3

The key enables the compression of transmitted messages:

0 - compression is disabled.

1 – messages from the cores are sent compressed (zip with maximum compression). Compression allows reducing the network load.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
user_card_info_on0, 10Intermediate versions 4.10.3

The key is used with the ACS/FAS integration modules that are the part of ACFA Intellect. It enables displaying the access card number for all events associated with the cards in the Event Viewer.
0 - the access card number is not displayed in the Event Viewer.
1 - when an event comes from the ACS device, the param1 parameter is interpreted as an access card number and is displayed in the Event Viewer in the Card column. This column is automatically added to the Event Viewer window when the first such event is received.

Note. In the released version 4.10.3 to show and hide the Card column use the Hide Card checkbox – see Event viewer parameters.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
CriticalErrGui0, 104.10.3It enables displaying messages about database connection errors regardless the debugging mode (see the description of the Debug key and Selecting and enabling the debug mode of Intellect software section).
0 - messages about database connection errors are displayed only at Debug 4 debugging levels.
1 - messages about database connection errors are displayed regardless the selected debugging level.
x32: (x32) 
x64: (x64)
IntellectCloseTimeout>0600004.8.3It sets Intellect close timeout in milliseconds. If intellect.exe process does not close during this timeout, then it is terminated forcefully. If there is no key, then timeout is 60 seconds.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
SaveIncommingMsg0, 104.7.8

It enables recording of incoming messages to log files for started modules. The file name looks like <module name>.exe.cd.log.

These files are stored in the same folder as the executed module file, for instance, for intellect.exe the intellect.exe.cd.log file is stored in the Intellect installation directory and for itvscript.exe the itvscript.exe.cd.log file is stored in the Modules folder.

When the size of the log file exceeds 4 GB, it is archived to the backup file with .bak extension - <module name>.exe.cd.log.bak. This is necessary to avoid module overload.

Note. The log file is rewritten when Intellect is restarted.

0 – recording of incoming messages is disabled.

1 – recording of incoming messages is enabled.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
BackupFolderAddress of a local or network folder-4.7.6Specifies the address of the folder to save a backup copy of the database created by a macro or using the idb.exe utility.
For example, C:\Documents and Settings\AVP\Desktop\Backup

If the database copy is to be stored on the network disk, then the UNC path to the network folder (with the recording access) is to be specified on the disk in the \\ServerName\ShareName format. Take into account the fact that all network resources that require additional authentication are to be enabled using the same username as for running the SQL Server service.

See also Creating the database backup copy

х32 and x64:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

ShellAny text valueexplorer.exe4.10.5If the key value contains the "explorer" string (for example, the default value, "testexplorertest" or "123explorertest125" values), the Save button is displayed in the About program... window. Otherwise, the Save button is hidden.
x32: (x32)\ IntellectRunService
x64: (x64)\ IntellectRunService
IntellectUserGroupAny text value
from 4.10.0If Intellect is installed as a Service, and you need to use a user group other than IntellectUsers, then specify the required user group name in this key.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
monitor_refresh_delay10 - 30003000from 4.10.5

The key sets a period in milliseconds to update video on Video Surveillance Monitors of the Clients after Failover Service has transferred configuration.

If the key value is less than 500, the monitors are updated regardless of the number of cameras.

If the key value is more than 500 and the number of cameras on the monitor is more than 64, the update does not occur while the System Settings dialog box is open.

x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
DisableUpdateProtocol0, 10from 4.7.5The key disables the filling of the UPDATE_PROTOCOL table storing information about changes of Intellect object settings (except the User objects).
0 – the UPDATE_PROTOCOL table is filled.
1 – the UPDATE_PROTOCOL table is not filled.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)

max_disp_menu_items

>050from 4.10.5If the number of screens assigned to a computer is larger than that specified in the key, scrolling the list of screens with the mouse wheel becomes available (if the size of the list is larger than the size of a computer monitor).

The key is set on each Server and Client where this function is required.
x32: (x32)
x64: (x64)
URM_ProcessWait>010000from 4.10.5

The key sets time period in milliseconds to wait for the Client to stop before aborting the Video.run process.

The key should be created on Clients.

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Telemetry

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

Delay

> = 0

250

4.7.3 and later

Defines the delay (ms) when sending commands to the camera. This key is essential for scaling the stream of commands to the device as some devices can be blocked because of too many commands and cannot process the information.

 

This parameter is not supported by IP cameras.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

JoysticThreshold

> = 0

5

4.7.6 HOTFIX and later

This parameter sets the joystick trigger threshold: the less the number is, the more sensitive joystick is.

0 value is not recommended to be used, as commands can be sent randomly.  When the value is too big, the joystick becomes rotation-insensitive.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

max_speed

0-10

-

4.7.3 to 4.9.7

Sets max. camera speed.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

min_speed

0-10

-

4.7.3 to 4.9.7

Sets min. camera speed.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

PriorityDelay

> =  0

30000

4.7.3 and later

Defines the priority delay (ms).

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

UseBoschOSRD40

0, 1

-

4.8.4 and later

Enables presets saving for Bosch-Autodome control protocol.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

PnPJoystick

0, 1

0

4.8.3 and later 

The key defines whether to restart Intellect after connecting a joystick:

0 - Intellect is to be restarted after connecting the joystick.
1 - Intellect is not to be restarted after connecting the joystick.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY

Zenable

0, 1

1

4.7.7 and later 

The key is in use with joysticks (e.g., Logitech Attack 3) where the telemetry control operates incorrectly because of shifted Z axis. Z axis is disabled when the parameter value is 0.  Z axis is enabled when the parameter value is 1.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
ZoomSpeed8500,114.9.0 and later 

The key is used in order to set the zoom step when panasonic-850 telemetry protocol is in use:

1 – zooming with 50% step of max. possible

0 – zooming with 20% step of max. possible

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
Zdirection0, 104.7.6

The key is responsible for coordinate move in the Z-direction.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
Ydirection0, 104.7.6

The key is responsible for coordinate move in the Y-direction.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
Xdirection0, 104.7.6

The key is responsible for coordinate move in the X-direction.

x32: (X32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
WaitDelay>=004.7.5If a joystick sends the messages about its state to Intellect too frequently and Intellect has no time to process these messages, then this parameter is in use – it allows calling the signal handler less frequently. For instance, this parameter should be used with Axis 295 joystick. The best parameter value is to be chosen. The value should match the 100 – 300 range.      
x32: (x32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
TelemetryDirectCommand0, 114.9.8

The key specifies way of  command transmission to telemetry:

1 – telemetry server is connected to video servers and sends commands to devices.

0 – telemetry server sends commands to the Intellect core which send them to devices.

See also description of the MonitorToTelemetryDirectCommand key below.

x32: (x32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
MonitorToTelemetryDirectCommand0, 104.9.8

The key specifies way of transmission telemetry commands while control from the Monitor:

1 – telemetry server is connected to video servers and sends commands to devices while telemetry control from the Monitor.

0 – telemetry server sends commands to the Intellect core which send them to devices while telemetry control from the Monitor.

The key is in use with the TelemetryDirectCommand key to provide smoother telemetry control. Recommended values of these keys:

TelemetryDirectCommand = 1 (default value)

MonitorToTelemetryDirectCommand = 1 (attention: default value is 0)

Attention! Client, server and camera should be in one subnet without video gate when using these registry keys. Otherwise, system will not operate.
x32: (x32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
SendEventToCore0, 104.10.0

The key is to enable the function of sending events to Intellect core when controlling PTZ. This function is essential for PTZ control audit.

1 – when sending any reaction of TELEMETRY object the corresponding event is generated.

0 – during PTZ control events are not generated.
x32: (X32)\
Video\CommonPresets
x64: (x64)\Video\CommonPresets
ONVIF0, 104.10.0

The key enables presets created on the camera in Intellect. The function is only available when camera is connected via ONVIF protocol and only if video server settings are selected when adding a Video capture device using the Camera discovery tool and the Use device settings checkbox is set unchecked on the settings panel of the Video Capture Device object.

0 – presets created on the camera are not used in Intellect.

1 – presets created on the camera are in use in Intellect. The features are listed below:

  1. The preset ID on the camera is to be the same as the preset ID in Intellect or differ by 1 depending on the camera features (see item 2).
  2. As preset numeration starts differently on various cameras (with 0 or 1), then preset numbers can differ by 1 in Intellect. If the numeration on the camera starts with 0, then numeration in Intellect is the same. If the numeration on the camera starts with 1, then numeration in Intellect is greater by 1 (for instance, the first preset on the camera corresponds to the second in Intellect and the first in Intellect is not active).
x32: (x32)\
TELEMETRY
x64: (x64)\TELEMETRY
panas850_stop_dublicates>0-4.10.2The key is in use if the camera rotation is not stopped when telemetry is controlled over Panasonic-850 protocol. The key specifies how many times the stop command is to be duplicated. 

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Player

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\Player
x64: (x64)\Player

Wav_delay

> = 0

0

 4.7.3 and later 

Defines the sound delay (sec) when playing back synchronously video with the sound.


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Event log 

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\ EventViewer
x64: (x64)\EventViewer

Overlay

0, 1

1

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to use overlay.

x32: (X32)\ EventViewer
x64: (x64)\EventViewer

Topmost

0, 1

0

4.7.3 and later

Defines whether to display event log as topmost window: 

0 - standard window;

1 - topmost window.

x32: (X32)\ EventViewer
x64: (x64)\EventViewer

UserActivityTimeout>034.10.3

It sets the time period in minutes, after which, if there is no user activity, automatic scroll to the end of the event list when new events arrive is enabled in the Event Viewer window.

If 0 is specified, then automatic scroll is disabled.

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Disabling system objects 

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\ Subscribe
x64: (x64)\Subscribe

OBJECT_NAME

(*) (№.*) (№.№)

 

4.7.3 and later

Describes rules for system starting. Unimplemented system objects are disabled.

You should create a string parameter with the name that is used by the system of the object that is to be disabled and specify its ID separated by a full stop.
Example: DEPARTMENT.1:
«0» - disable,
«1» - enable
The “.*” parameter can be used - in this case all objects with “DEPARTMENT” name are disabled. Take into account that parameter with the ID is of a higher priority than the “.*” parameter. So there is no need to describe all objects by listing their IDs if there are a lot of objects that are to be disabled. You can just set 0 value to the “.*” parameter and list the objects that are not to be disabled.
All values are to be written in capital letters.
This registry section is applied to all system objects.

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Import module 

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\ DB Import
x64: (x64)\ DB Import

ChunkSize

> 0 and >= photo size

32768

4.7.3 and later

Sets the buffer size (in bytes) when reading large files (photo) in the external DB.

x32: (X32)\ DB Import
x64: (x64)\ DB Import

CursorLocation

1, 2, 3

2

4.7.3 and later

Sets the cursor location (pointer to DB entries):
1 – do not create the cursor;
2 – create the cursor on the Server;
3 – create the cursor on the Client.

x32: (X32)\ DB Import
x64: (x64)\ DB Import

DwSleep

> = 0

1

4.7.3 and later

Sets the delay value (ms) when sending modified entries to the core in the external DB in order not to get 100% CPU load.

x32: (X32)\ DB Import
x64: (x64)\ DB Import

FlagsLog

-

-

up to 4.7.5

 

x32: (X32)\ DB Import
x64: (x64)\ DB Import

MoveFirst

0

0

4.7.3 and later

The key must not be modified.

x32: (X32)\ events
x64: (x64)\ events

Events_out

-

-

up to 4.7.5

Debug key

x32: (X32)\ events
x64: (x64)\ events

Events_out2

-

-

up to 4.7.5

Debug key

x32: (X32)\ events
x64: (x64)\ events

In

-

-

up to 4.7.5

Debug key

x32: (X32)\ events
x64: (x64)\ events

PostedEvents

-

-

up to 4.7.5

Debug key

x32: (X32)\ events
x64: (x64)\ events

PostedReacts

-

-

up to 4.7.5

Debug key

x32: (X32)\ events
x64: (x64)\ events

Reacts_out

-

-

up to 4.7.5

Debug key

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Special keyboard

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\ Keyb
x64: (x64)\ Keyb

 

Prefix

VK_NUMPAD0
VK_NUMPAD1
VK_NUMPAD2
VK_NUMPAD3
VK_NUMPAD4
VK_NUMPAD5
VK_NUMPAD6
VK_NUMPAD7
VK_NUMPAD8
VK_NUMPAD9
VK_MULTIPLY
VK_ADD
VK_SEPARATOR
VK_SUBTRACT
VK_DECIMAL
VK_DIVIDE
VK_F1
VK_F2
VK_F3
VK_F4
VK_F5
VK_F6
VK_F7
VK_F8
VK_F9
VK_F10
VK_F11
VK_F12
VK_F13
VK_F14
VK_F15
VK_F16
VK_F17
VK_F18
VK_F19
VK_F20
VK_F21
VK_F22
VK_F23
VK_F24

0x60

0x61

0x62

0x63

0x64

0x65

0x66

0x67

0x68

0x69

0x6A

0x6B

0x6C

0x6D

0x6E

0x6F

0x70

0x71

0x72

0x73

0x74

0x75

0x76

0x77

0x78

0x79

0x7A

0x7B

0x7C

0x7D

0x7E

0x7F

0x80

0x81

0x82

0x83

0x84

0x85

0x86

0x87

4.7.3 and later

The list is not full. Any soft key can be in use.


x32:(X32)\ Keyb
x64:(x64)\Keyb
ProcessAll0 ,10 

The key allows using the standard keyboard as the special one. In this case keypress on the standard keyboard will be considered as keypress on the special keyboard and processed according to the ini file.

You can find out key codes corresponding to one or another keyboard key using the The Debug window: when the key is pressed they are sent in the wparam<> parameter of NEW_KEY_PRESSED event from the KEYB object. E.g., 65-90 codes correspond to a-z letter symbols and 48-57 codes correspond to 0-9 figures.

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Video analytics

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\Video\Detectors\Vmda

x64:

(x64)\Video\Detectors\Vmda

InactiveInterval

>0

-

4.9.0

Key specifies time period in minutes, during which absence of detected objects by tracker is permitted. If the key is created, after the specified time and if there is no activity of VMDA detection, the message about inactivity will be generated. On default, this message is not generated.

x32:(X32)\Video\Vmda

x64:

(x64)\Video\Vmda

VMDA.useSpeedLimitTypeLessThanVMDA detector IDs separated by comma or semicolon-4.10.4 and later

The VMDA detection tool IDs separated by comma or semicolon that should be triggered when the object speed is less than the speed configured for the VMDA detection tool.

Note 1. If no ID is specified for this parameter, or there is no parameter at all, the detection tool is triggered when an object crosses the line in the selected direction with a speed that is approximately the same as the speed configured for the VMDA detection tool. 

Note 2. The same VMDA detector id can only be specified for either the VMDA.useSpeedLimitTypeLessThan or the VMDA.useSpeedLimitTypeMoreThan (see below) parameters. The simultaneous operation of both these parameters for the same VMDA detector is not allowed.

x32:(X32)\Video\Vmda

x64:

(x64)\Video\Vmda

VMDA.useSpeedLimitTypeMoreThanVMDA detector IDs separated by comma or semicolon-4.10.4 and later

The VMDA detection tool IDs separated by comma or semicolon that should be triggered when the object speed is greater than the speed configured for the VMDA detection tool.

Note 1. If no ID is specified for this parameter, or there is no parameter at all, the detection tool is triggered when an object crosses the line in the selected direction with a speed that is approximately the same as the speed configured for the VMDA detection tool. 

Note 2. The same VMDA detector id can only be specified for either the VMDA.useSpeedLimitTypeLessThan (see above) or the VMDA.useSpeedLimitTypeMoreThan parameters. The simultaneous operation of both these parameters for the same VMDA detector is not allowed.

х32: (X32)\Video\VMDA
x64: (x64)\Video\VMDA
VMDA.ignoreAnaliticStream0, 104.9.8 and later

The key sets the camera stream used by the detection modules included in the Detector Pack subsystem.

0 - the Video Analytics stream is used.

1 - the Default stream is used.

Note. If the camera is not used in the multi-thread mode, the first stream (the only one) will be used regardless of the key value.

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Web Server

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (x32)\WebServer\

x64: (x64)\WebServer\

RequestTimeout >0100004.9.0

Sets max.time (in milliseconds) for Server to process a request.

x32: (x32)\WebServer\

x64: (x64)\WebServer\

ConnectionTimeoutAtIdle >0300004.9.0Sets max.time (in milliseconds) for connection inactivity between Client and Server. Inactive connection is disconnected upon timeout.

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Map

Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefault Product versionParameter in effect

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

NotUsingCash0, 1-4.9.2The key is in use on the map when there are objects the backgrounds of which are overlaied. In these cases the object icons can be erroneously displayed because of background caching. To fix these bugs you should disable caching by specifying 1 value for the key. Take into account the fact that caching disabling can cause high CPU load.

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

AlternativeSelect0, 104.10.0

The key is designed to disable object framing.

0 – the object is framed.

1 – the object is not framed.

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

<Map_id>MiniMapB>0MiniMapT + 1694.10.1

Sets the Y-axis coordinate of the bottom right corner of the minimap on the monitor in pixels.

Changing of the key value can be required for exact minimap sizing or for resetting minimap position (by deleting MiniMap keys).

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

<Map_id>MiniMapL>0The X-axis coordinate of the upper left corner of the Map 4.10.1

Sets the Y-axis coordinate of the upper left corner of the minimap on the monitor in pixels.

Changing of the key value can be required for exact minimap sizing or for resetting minimap position (by deleting MiniMap keys).

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

<Map_id>MiniMapR>0MiniMapL + 2874.10.1

Sets the X-axis coordinate of the bottom right corner of the minimap on the monitor in pixels.

Changing of the key value can be required for exact minimap sizing or for resetting minimap position (by deleting MiniMap keys).

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

<Map_id>MiniMapT>0The Y-axis coordinate of the upper left corner of the Map4.10.1

Sets the X-axis coordinate of the upper left corner of the minimap on the monitor in pixels.

Changing of the key value can be required for exact minimap sizing or for resetting minimap position (by deleting MiniMap keys).

x32: (x32)\Map\Minimap

x64: (x64)\Map\Minimap

ShowOnMouseMove0, 104.10.2

Sets how the minimap is displayed:

0 – using the Minimap item in the Map feature menu.

1 – pointing the mouse cursor to the top left corner of the Map.

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

EventFontHeight

Integer

-84.10.3Specifies the font size for displaying information about the latest event in the feature menu of the object on the map.

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

InscribeEditor0, 114.10.5 and later

The key enables the automatic "Fit the window" checkbox activation for all layers in the Map editor window if this checkbox was previously set for any layer.

0 - the layer will be fit into the Map editor window only if the "Fit the window" checkbox was previously set for this layer.

1 - any layer will be fit into the Map editor window, if the "Fit the window" checkbox was previously set for any layer.

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

HideAnalogName0, 104.10.5 and later

The key hides the "Value =" in the value of the objects on the Map for which the Text type of display is selected.

0 - objects' text values are displayed on the Map with the "Value =.

1 - objects' text values are displayed on the Map without the "Value =.

x32: (x32)\Map\

x64: (x64)\Map\

TouchScreen0, 104.10.5 and laterThe key enables opening of the functional menu of the object on the Map by left double clicking the icon.

0 - left double-clicking the icon of an object on the Map does not open the functional menu.

1 - left double-clicking the icon of an object on the Map opens a functional menu.

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Mail Message Service

Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefault Product versionParameter in effect
 

x32: (x32)\MMS\

x64: (x64)\MMS\

UseTls0, 11 Defines whether to use TLS encoding for Mail Message Service or not.

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Short Message Service

Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefault Product versionParameter in effect
 

x32: (x32)\SMS\

x64: (x64)\SMS\

ProcessFromSim0, 1

By default the key is not created, the value is 0.

 4.9.4 

The key is to be created with value 1 if a USB modem is connected to Intellect and it operates in Intellect, but Intellect does not get the RECEIVE event from SMS object when sending messages to such modem. HUAWEI E173 is an example of such modem.

 

Important! SMS messages are to be stored on SIM for proper operation of the registry key.

Important! When the key is in use, SMS messages sent to the modem are deleted.

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Script

Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefault Product versionParameter in effect

x32: (x32)\Script\

x64: (x64)\Script\

DebugMaxLines>=0 200 4.9.5Sets the number of lines to be displayed in the Script debug window (for details see Programming Guide (JScript)).

x32: (x32)\Script\

x64: (x64)\Script\

TerminateProcessOnHang 


0, 114.10.4

0 – Intellect core does not terminate the itvscript.exe process when it hangs.

1 – Intellect core terminates the itvscript.exe process when it hangs.

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Abandoned objects detection tool of the Tracker object

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

UseRealTimeStamps

Comma-separated camera identifiers

-

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Identifiers are separated by commas for cameras for which current timestamps are to be sent. Due to features of the unattended object detection tool (that is a third-party module) it sends synthetic timestamps by default.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

unattendedObjectSensitivity

Comma-separated sensitivity values in the ‘camera id.sensitivity’ format.

Sensitivity range –[1...25]

EXAMPLE: unattendedObjectSensitivity="1.15,99.20,4.7"

7 for all cameras

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Sets sensitivity of unattended objects detection tool for specified cameras.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

unattendedObjectLongMemory

Comma-separated camera identifiers

EXAMPLE unattendedObjectLongMemory ="1,1000,2,999,3,5,4,6,7,8"

-

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Sets identifiers of cameras to which the unattended object detection tool with long memory is to be used.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

unattendedObjectTimeBeforeCheck

Values of periods are comma-separated and are in the ‘camera id.period’ format.

EXAMPLE unattendedObjectTimeBeforeCheck = "4.20,1.10,3.40"

By default it is the same as the waiting for loss period set while configuring the Tracker object (see Creating and configuring the Tracker object).

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Time in seconds before checking object in case of using the unattended object detection tool with long memory.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

determineNoise

0, 1

1

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Use (1) or not (0) the algorithms for detecting pseudo-moving objects

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

determineColorIdentity

0, 1

1

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Use (1) or not (0) the algorithms for detecting objects matching by their color characteristics.

The key enables more percise colour determination for smart detection and archive search (see Configuring smart video detection tools and Search by colour).

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

determineHumanCar

Comma-separated camera identifiers.

EXAMPLE determineHumanCar ="1,1000,2,999,3,5,4,6,7,8"

-

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Sets the list of camera identifiers for which the algorithm of determining whether it is a car or a human is to be ENABLED.

For proper operation of the tracker determineGivenTaken and determineHumanCar keys MUST be used at the same time. There is no point in using only one key.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

determineGivenTaken

Comma-separated camera identifiers.

EXAMPLE determineGivenTaken ="1,1000,2,999,3,5,4,6,7,8"

 

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Sets the list of camera identifiers for which the algorithm of determining whether the object is given or taken is to be enabled in the unattended object detection tool.

For proper operation of the tracker determineGivenTaken and determineHumanCar keys MUST be used at the same time. There is no point in using only one key.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later

x32: (X32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

VMDAFPS

>=-1

30

4.9.5 to 4.9.7

Sets fps to be sent to the tracker.  
-1 – ALL FRAMES
0 – send a frame to the tracker if the tracker is available (processed the previous frame).
>0 – maximum fps sent to the tracker.

x32:(X32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
4.9.8 and later
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
useLeftImprover0,1-4.9.8 and later

The key specifies usage of previous frame processing before its sending to video analytics repository:

0 – not to use.

1 – to use.

If the key is enabled, it's in use for all cameras.

Important! The useFilterFrame parameter is to have ‘1’ value for key operation (see below).

x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
longShif>=0-4.9.8 and laterParameter of moving average accumulation is reasonable only when value 1 is assigned to the useLeftImprover parameter. It is not recommended to change value of parameter.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
longShiftUpdateThreshold>=0-4.9.8 and laterThreshold of difference from a background below of which the long moving average is updated. It has a point if value 1 is assigned to the useLeftImprover parameter. It is not recommended to change the parameter value.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
useLeftImproverGeometry0, 1-4.9.8 and later

The key specifies post processing usage of frames received from video analytics repository. Procedure is configured only for operation with frames from left-off items detection, so it can operate incorrectly with frames from tracker. If the key is enabled, it is in use for all cameras.

Important! The useFilterFrame parameter is to have ‘1’ value for key operation (see below).

x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
timeShift>=0-4.9.8 and laterTime period in seconds after receiving a frame from video analytics repository, during which item in the frame will be analyzed for "invalidity". Operates only when the useLeftImproverGeometry key is enabled. The more this time period the longer item is analyzed and analysis is more authentic, but the more unlikely the item will be removed from the frame by the time of analysis completion. 
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
timeLife>=0-4.9.8 and laterTime period during which left-off item frame will be sent after its recognition by analyzer of post processing video analytics repository. It is in use only when the useLeftImproverGeometry key is enabled.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
maxDeltaInside0-255-4.9.8 and laterValue of maximal difference of average color in the left-off item frame at the moment of frame receiving from video analytics repository and at the moment after time specified by the timeShift key. The less value, the more strict condition and the less number of items (left-off items) satisfying this condition.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
minDeltaOutside0-255-4.9.8 and laterMinimal difference of average color in the left-off item frame received from video analytics repository from average color around the frame, at which the frame will be further analyzed and won't be considered as invalid trigger. It is in use only when the useLeftImproverGeometry key is enabled. The higher value, the more strict condition and the less number of items (left-off items) satisfying this condition.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
useFilterFrame0, 104.9.8 and later

The key is responsible for enabling frame pre-process before its analysis. If it is disabled, useLeftImprover and useLeftImproverGeometry keys won’t work (see above).

1 – enabled;

0 – disabled.

x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
VMDA.determineNoise0, 11Starting with 4.10.3Enables the noise determination function on the video and when smart video detection tools operate.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
VMDA.determineGivenTakenIDs of cameras, comma-separated-Starting with 4.10.3Enables the function of determining the given/taken objects on the side of the Tracker library. Information about given/taken objects is recorded to the VMDA metadata storage. After that, it is possible to perform forensic search by them in the archive. See also CAM_VMDA_DETECTOR.
x32:(x32)\Video\VMDA
x64:(x64)\Video\VMDA
VMDA.determineHumanCarIDs of cameras, comma-separated-Starting with 4.10.3Enables the function of determining the object type on the side of the Tracker library. This type is stored to the VMDA metadata storage. After that, it is possible to perform forensic search by it in the archive. See also CAM_VMDA_DETECTOR.

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RTSP-server

Registry section

String parameter

Available values

Default

Product version

Parameter in effect

x32:(x32)\StreamingServer
x64:(x64)\StreamingServer

 

def_port>0170004.9.9Sets the range start of used UDP protocols for RTSP-RTP.
x32:(x32)\StreamingServer
x64:(x64)\StreamingServer
IpInterfaceIP-address-4.9.9Sets IP-address of network interface which is to be used for RTSP-server broadcast.
x32:(x32)\StreamingServer
x64:(x64)\StreamingServer
 split_range>014.10.1

The key is responsible for merging archive fragments into one when playing back the archive via the RTSP Server.

If the split between archive fragments is less than time specified in the key, then archive fragments will be in the same range in the DESCRIBE field when addressing RTSP archive as if there is no split in the archive.

Note. The key is in use for integration with ECHD.
x32:(x32)\StreamingServer
x64:(x64)\StreamingServer
send_real_time0, 104.10.1-4.10.3

The key is in use if there are any problems playing back the RTSP archive in the VLC media player. The key allows sending real time instead of frame time to the player.

Important! If the key value is “1”, then the Single Data Center (ECHD) clients won’t work.

Note. Since Intellect 4.10.4, the VLC player compatibility mode parameter is used instead of this key. It is located on the settings panel of the RTSP Server object - see Configuring RTSP Server Module.

x32: (x32)\StreamingServer
x64: (x64)\StreamingServer

LogFrames0, 114.10.1The key enables RTSP stream statistics logging.

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AviExport utility

     

Registry section

String parameterAvailable valuesDefaultProduct versionParameter in effect

 x32: (X32)\Video\AVI
x64: (x64)\Video\AVI

UseCodecAXXN0, 104.10.0

1 – utility is started in export mode in the AXXN codec if Export to AVI in initial format item is selected.

 

0 – export is possibly performed in original format.

Note. See also The AviExport utility.
x32: (x32)\Video\AviExport
x64: (x64)\Video\AviExport
ExportPriority-2 to 2-14.10.0

Key sets priorities of the AviExport utility and is used by the Video.run module while its starting:

-2 – low priority (IDLE_PRIORITY_CLASS)

-1 – below average priority(BELOW_NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS)

 0 – average priority (NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS)

 1 – above average priority (ABOVE_NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS)

 2 – high priority (HIGH_PRIORITY_CLASS)

x32: (x32)\Video\AviExport
x64: (x64)\Video\AviExport
BookmarkMaxLen

>0

Fractional values can be specified with comma as decimal separator  (for example, "0,5")

-4.10.3Sets the length of a bookmark in hours. If the key is not created, the bookmark length is not limited.
х32:(X32)\Video\AVI64
x64:(x64)\Video\AVI64
SuspendDiskSizeUpdate0, 104.10.5 and later

When the export period is being set, the key disables the automatic loading of indexes until the date/time control focus is removed.

0 - the indexes are loaded automatically.

1 - the indexes are not loaded until the focus is removed from the date/time controls.

x32: (x32)\Video\AviExport
x64: (x64)\Video\AviExport
ExportDirPath to a folderC:\export4.10.0Specifies the directory for saving recordings exported via AviExport (Background export).

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ECHD

     
Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefaultProduct versionParameter in effect
x32: (x32)\WebServer\ECHD\
x64: (x64)\WebServer\ECHD\
ExportContainerFormatmp4, avi, flv, mov, asfmp44.10.1 and laterThe key sets data format for archive export using Intellect HTTP API commands – see Archive export.
x32: (x32)\WebServer\ECHD\
x64: (x64)\WebServer\ECHD\
AdditionalVersionStringLatin, Cyrillic, digits-4.10.5The key sets the prefix for the Intellect version that is returned on the "getdeviceinfo" request via the HTTP API in the "firmware version" field.
x32: (x32)\WebServer\ECHD\
x64: (x64)\WebServer\ECHD\
ReplacePointAndClick0, 104.10.5The key is designed for PTZ ONVIF-connected camera control with the degreesmove2 command (see Video surveillance device features management).

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Intercom subsystem

 
Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefaultProduct versionParameter in effect
х32: (х32)\MonitoringCenter\
x64: (х64)\MonitoringCenter\
DefaultButtonWidth>01004.10.4 and later

The key sets the width of buttons (in pixels) of the Monitoring Center. The button position is changed automatically when the values are changed. 

х32: (х32)\MonitoringCenter\
x64: (х64)\MonitoringCenter\
DefaultRowHeight>0704.10.4 and laterThe key sets the height of buttons (in pixels) of the Monitoring Center. The button position is changed automatically when the values are changed.
х32: (х32)\MonitoringCenter\
x64: (х64)\MonitoringCenter\
ButtonFontHeightInteger numbers-114.10.4 and laterSets font size for buttons of the Monitoring Center.
х32: (х32)\MonitoringCenter\
x64: (х64)\MonitoringCenter\
clrButtonAcceptColor designation in #RRGGBB format#FFFFFF4.10.4 and laterSets the text font for the Accept button of the Monitoring Center as #RRGGBB. For example, #FFFFFF (default) is white, #00FF00 is green.
х32: (х32)\MonitoringCenter\
x64: (х64)\MonitoringCenter\
clrButtonCloseColor designation in #RRGGBB format#FFFFFF4.10.4 and laterSets the text font for the Close button of the Monitoring Center as #RRGGBB. For example, #FFFFFF (default) is white, #00FF00 is green.
х32: (х32)\MonitoringCenter\
x64: (х64)\MonitoringCenter\
CancelByServerEnable>=0-4.10.4 and laterThe key enables forced connection closure after the call is completed from the device web-interface. It is used in cases when, for example, there are errors in the protocol or connection problems, the command to close the call in the Monitoring Center may not come.

0 – forced connection closure is disabled.

>0 – forced connection closure is enabled.

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Differences between VideoIQ7 and Intellect

Registry sectionString parameterAvailable valuesDefaultProduct versionParameter in effect

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

IntervalMinutes

> = 0

60

1.0.2 and later

Sets interval (min) between iterations of disk defragmentation.

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

IntervalOnStartMinutes

> = 0

60

1.0.2 and later

Sets interval (min) from system start to the first iteration of disk defragmentation.

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

MaxFileFragmentsAllowed

> = 0

10

1.0.2 and later

Defines the *.db3 file fragmentation threshold on the disk. It is calculated as a sum of fragments of idx.db3 and detectorevent.db3 files (log file is not taken into account). If after *.db3 files defragmentation the total number of fragments on the disk is greater than the threshold value, then the disk is defragmented. 

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

ModeForFull

0 - 10

4

1.0.4 and later

Sets the mode to defragment files with *.db3 mask.

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

Mode

0-10

2

1.0.4 and later

0 - Analyze only, do not defragment or optimize.
1 - Analyze and modify, do not optimize. 
2 - Analyze, modify and do quick defragmentation. 
3 - Not recommended.  Analyze, modify and optimize.
4 - Analyze and speed up at the same time.
5 - Analyze and go to the end of the disk.
6 - Analyze and sort files according to their name.
7 - Analyze and sort files according to their size (in ascending order).
8 - Analyze and sort files according to access time (starting from the latest). 
9 - Analyze and sort files according to modification time (starting from the oldest). 
10 - Analyze and sort files according to creation time (starting from the oldest).

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

ModeForPartial

0-10

3

1.0.4 and later

Sets the mode in which disk defragmentation starts.

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

FreeSpace

0 - 10

1

1.0.4

Sets free space on the disk (% from the total space).

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

Speed

0 - 100

3

1.0.4 and later

Sets the defragmentation speed (%).

x32: (x32)\Video\Defragmentation
x64: (x64)\Video\Defragmentation

ThreadPriority

0 - THREAD_PRIORITY_LOWEST
1 - THREAD_PRIORITY_BELOW_NORMAL
2 - THREAD_PRIORITY_NORMAL
3- THREAD_PRIORITY_ABOVE_NORMAL

0

1.0.4 and later

Sets the defragmentation priority.


x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

Module name

-

-

1.0.4 and later

Specifies the module for which messages will be filtered in the log file.

For instance, if log files are to be filtered for video.exe process, then the folder is to have SOFTWARE\ITV\INTELLECT\Debug\ video.exe name.

x32: (x32)\Debug
x64: (x64)\Debug

Filter

Text

-

1.0.4 and later

Specifies an alphabetic word or word-combination that is to be in the message.

x32: (x32)\LMCGate
x64: (x64)\LMCGate

SmartSearch

0, 1

1

up to 4.8.0

Defines whether forensic search is enabled or disabled:
0 – forensic search is  disabled;
1- forensic search is enabled.

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

scene

0, 1

1

1.0.5 SP1

Defines whether there is a scene in the configuration. 

x32: (x32)\Video
x64: (x64)\Video

momentquest

0, 1

1

1.0.5 SP1

MomentQuest application (0 – feature is disabled).

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