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Pages:
  
1.Introduction
2.Quick Start
3.Working with Devices
 
Selecting a Monitoring Device
Manual Recording
Taking photos Manually
Camera Manager
Preview Control Bar
Add Camera Wizard
Enabling Motion or Noise Detection
Refreshing Device List
Changing Camera Properties
Changing Video Properties
Changing TV Tuner Card and Video Crossbar Properties
Scheduling Devices
Device Scheduling Options
Working with IP Cameras
 
Using IP Cameras
Adding IP Camera
Searching for IP Camera Address
Editing IP Camera Settings
Removing IP Cameras
Controlling the Movement of an IP Camera
4.Auto Configuration Wizard
5.Types of Alerts
6.Motion/Noise Settings
7.Working with Periodically Activated Alerts
8.Remote Monitoring
9.Configuring FTP Settings
10.Minimizing the Application
11.Media Files
12.Keyboard Shortcuts
13.Event Logs
14.Resources
 

WebCam Monitor 6.21


Camera Manager

The Camera Manager provides a single location from which you can configure, add, and delete cameras.  It applies to both IP and directly-connected (USB or FireWire) cameras.

Test

The Test button checks whether the settings for the currently-selected IP camera are valid.  This button is only displayed if an IP camera is selected.

Add

The Add button is used to add a new IP camera to Security Monitor Pro.  Clicking this button starts the Add Camera Wizard.

Edit

Selecting a camera and pressing the Edit button opens the IP Camera Settings window.  This button is disabled when no IP camera is selected.

Remove

If you select a camera and press Remove, the camera is uninstalled from the program.  This button is disabled when no IP camera is selected.

Add a Date and Time on Video Recordings and Photos at

Selecting this option causes WebCam Monitor to add a date/time stamp to all recorded video and images.  You can select the location of the watermark from the drop-down list.

Add Text on Video Recordings and Photos at

This option causes text of your selection to be watermarked onto all recorded video and images.  One use for this would be to identify which camera recorded which image, for instance, "Camera 1".

Rotate Camera Preview 180°

Use this option when the camera is mounted upside-down, for instance when hanging from a ceiling or under a shelf.  The previewed video, and all recorded video and images, will be rotated 180°. 



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