Documentation for Monitoring 10.0. Documentation for other versions of Monitoring is available too.
Monitoring allows configuring how the application reacts after receiving still frames or video that are sent when alarm sensors are triggered.
These settings do not affect the acquisition of video data by the Search in Archive interface.
To configure the reaction to receipt of still frames and video:
- Go to the configuration panel for the Server of Control object.
- Click the Snapshot/Video button. A window opens, allowing configuration of the application response to receipt of still frames and video.
- If you want for received still frames to be opened:
- Select the Show received image check box (1).
- If you want for received video to be played back:
- Select the Playback received clip check box (2).
Specify the path to a program for playing back video files (3).
AVI-files player setting is only used for compatibility with Monitoring older versions which transmitted avi-files. Newer versions transmit files in the Intellect video archive format, which are opened with the Axxon Player utility.
If snapshots and videos only from sites belonging to specific owners are to be available for specific users, then set the filter by owners:
- Click the Filter… button (8).
The Filter by owners window appears. The list of available user-owner pairs is on the left, the list of selected ones is on the right.
The list of owners is set on the Control Panel – see Regulatory and reference information section of .
Users and their rights are configured in the Users tab of the System settings dialog box – get information on how to do it in the Intellect Software Package. Administrator’s Guide. The latest version of this document can be found in AxxonSoft documentation repository.
- Move the pairs between the lists using the <- and ->buttons.
- When the list of user-owner pairs is formed, click the Apply changes and close button.
- Selected pairs of users and owners are displayed in the table (5).
- Click OK (6).
Configuration of the application reaction to receipt of video or still frames is now complete.