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    							Setting Page
    By registering settings as presets, such as camera angles, camera settings (e.g. exposure) and Day/Night Mode switching, 
    the presets can be easily called up  by Viewers to apply the settings.
    Using Presets
    In addition to immediate execution of registered camera  angles and the camera settings such as exposure when 
    operating the viewer, you can use presets as follows.
     Execute the presets duri ng switches between Day Mode and Night Mode (P. 199).
     Automatically cycle through multiple presets at a set  time and in a predetermined sequence. (Preset Tour) (P. 134)
     When using the Intelligent Function,  lock the monitoring position at a preset camera angle (P. 175). 
    Registering a Preset
    The camera angle and camera settings can be registered as a preset.
    The number of presets you can register are as follows.
     Maximum 257 presets (including the home position). 
     Maximum 65 presets (including the home position). 
     Maximum 21 presets (including the home position). 
    [Camera] > [Preset]
    Registering Presets
     It is strongly recommended you register as presets,  the positions Intelligent Function will use for the camera.
     If you use a preset registered with the digital zoom, the camera position at registration may not be able to be reproduced wit h a high 
    degree of accuracy. Therefore, it is recommended that you use a preset registered in the optical zoom area for the preset tour  and 
    intelligent function. 
     Reconfigure the presets if you change the [Camera] > [Camera] >  [Installation Conditions] > [Image Flip] (P. 111) settings on the 
    Setting Page.
     Reconfigure the presets if you change [Video]  > [All Videos] > [Video Size Set] (P. 104) settings in the Setting Page.
     If you change the settings in [Camera] > [Camera Control] > [Image  Stabilizer] in the Setting Page (P. 108), the angle of view when 
    using the camera will not match the angle of view when you config ured presets. If you change [Image Stabilizer] settings, recheck the 
    preset settings.
    The following settings can be configured here.
     Camera Settings
     Preset Registration
    The camera angle can also be operated from the following screens.
    Panorama screen 
    Digital PTZ panel 
    Set the items to apply in the preset.  For a description of each item, please refer to “Camera Settings” (P. 113).
    [Pan/Tilt/Zoom position] /[Digital PTZ Position]
    Select [Register] to register the current camera angle as a preset.
    If you selected [Home] (home position) in  the preset list, [Pan/Tilt/Zoom position]/[Digital PTZ Position] is always registered.
    [Camera Settings]
    Select [Register] to register the current camera settings as a preset.
    [Preset Name]
    1Operate the panorama image to set the angl e you want to register as the preset.
    2Click [Camera Settings] to set the items as necessary.
    3Set the items of preset registration.
    Video Display Area Panorama Screen
    Preview Frame
    Video Display Area Digital PTZ Panel
    Preview Frame
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    Enter a preset name. Be sure to enter a preset name in [Preset Name (alphanumeric characters)].
    [Show in Viewers]
    Select [Enable] to allow the Came ra Viewers to use the preset.
    If the preset position is outside the restrict view area,   (a warning icon) is displayed on the left.
    The preset is saved in the camera.
    Click [Clear] to discard the settings and restore the settings sa ved in the camera. However, note that presets only registered to the 
    preset list by clicking [R egister] are all discarded.
    Deleting a Preset
    Select the preset to delete in the pres et list, and click [Delete]. Click [Apply] to delete the preset from the camera. 
    [Home] (home position) cannot be deleted.
     Previewing a Preset
    Select a preset in the preset list, an d click [Preview]. The preset settings  are displayed in the video display area.
    Checking Advanced Preset Information
    Displays the information of the pr esets registered in the camera.
    Select the preset to check the advan ced information from the preset list, and click [Show Detailed Information].
    Check the detailed inform ation, and click [OK].
    4Click [Register].
    5To register multiple presets, repeat steps 1 – 4.
    6Click [Apply]. 
    You can have the camera automatically tour multiple registered presets to allow monitoring.
     Preset tour is not performed while the camera control privileges are obtained in the Camera Viewer or the video is displayed in the 
    Setting Page.
     Preset tour is not performed when contro l privileges are obtained by RM-Lite.
    Screen Composition
    The screen composition differs according to the camera model,  because the number of tour routes that can be registered, 
    number of presets that can be toured with  a single route, and tour conditions differ.
    [Camera] > [Preset Tour]
    Setting the Preset Tour Route
     If you set frequent pan/tilt operations in a preset tour, the li fe expectancy of the pan/tilt drive part may become shorter. T he life 
    expectancy may become even shorter in environments outside ordinary te mperatures (approx. 23°C (73°F) and approx. 60% 
    You can reduce the frequency of pan/tilt operations by setting a l onger stop time at each tour point, or by specifying an active time for 
    the preset tour to reduce operation time.
     Intelligent Function cannot be us ed while using preset tour.
    The following settings can be configured here.
     Route List
     Edit Tour Route
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    (1) [Route List]The list of preset tour routes. Displa ys the tour conditions that are set. Up to five tour routes can be set.
    (2) Tour Condition Settings Set the conditions for touring and the tour route name (P. 136).
    (3) Preset Tour List Displays a list of the presets to tour. The pr esets are toured from the top of the list.
    You can change the order of the pr esets and set the time to stop at the preset positions, etc.
    (4) Video Display Area Displays the current camera video.
    (5) Panorama Screen Displays the panorama images  registered in the camera.
    (a) Pan/Tilt Preview Frame (Red Frame)Displays the vertical and horizontal  range the camera can move. Displayed when the restricted view is set 
    (P. 127).
    (b) Preview Frame (Blue Frame) Indicates the current trim posi tion in the video display area.
    (c) Preset Preview Frame (White Frame) Indicates the preset/home position  that is currently selected.
    (6) Digital PTZ Panel Displays the full video obtained by the  camera when starting [Preset Tour].
    (b) Preview Frame (Blue Frame) Indicates the current camera angle in the video display area
    (c) Preset Preview Frame (White Frame) Indicates the preset/home position  that is currently selected.
    Tour Route Settings
    The number of tour routes you can regist er and the number of presets that can be toured per route are as follows.
     Maximum 5 routes, maximu m 64 presets per route. 
     Maximum 1 route, maximu m 20 presets per route. 
    If the effective conditions or active times of the registered tour routes conflict, the routes listed higher in the [Route List ] take precedence.
    [Effective Conditions]
    Select the conditions to preform a preset tour.
    [Not used]
    Preset tour is not performed.
    [Viewers Connected]
    Preset tour is performed when a  Viewer is connected to the camera.
    1Select the tour route to configure from [Route List]. 
    2Specify Settings for Tour Route Names and Usage
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    Preset tour is always performed.
    When [Not used] is selected, the following preset tour route settings cannot be configured.
    [Route Name (alphanumeric characters)]
    Enter the tour route name.
    [Specify Active Time]
    Select [Specified] to configure a preset tour at a predetermined  time, and enter the start time and end time for the 
    preset tour.
    If [Viewers Connected] is set for [Effecti ve Conditions], the preset tour operates when the Viewer is connected to 
    the camera at the tour start time. If [Always] is set fo r [Effective Conditions], the preset tour always operates.
    [Reverse Route]
    If you select [Enable], the preset tour order in [Edit Tour Route] will be reversed.
    You can select multiple presets.
    If the position for the preset is outside the view restricti on range,   (warning icon) will be displayed on the left.
    The preset is added to the [Edit Tour Route].
    Select a preset in [Edit Tour Route] and click the [ ] or [ ] to change its position in the list.
    If you select a preset in [Edit Tour Route] and  then click [Delete], the preset will be deleted.
    Select a preview name in the [Preset List] or [Edit Tour Rout e] list, and click [Preview]. The preset settings can be 
    checked in the video display area.
    3Click [Add] in [Edit Tour Route].
    4Select a preset to tour from the [Preset List].
    5Click [Add].
    If a preset has already been added to [Edit Tour Route] and is selected when another preset is added from the [Select Preset] list, 
    the added preset will be displa yed below the selected preset.
    Select the preset to configure in [Edi t Tour Route] and set the tour operation.
    [Speed (PT)]
    Select the camera pan/tilt speed  for moving to the next preset.
    [Speed (Z)]
    Select the camera zoom speed fo r moving to the next preset.
    [Pause (sec)]
    Enter the time the camera paus es at the preset position.
    If you want to view video during moves between presets, select a  slow speed. If you only want to switch quickly to view video at the 
    preset positions, select a fast speed.
    Click [Apply] after configuring the route. The setting will be saved to the camera.
    Click [Clear] to set the route again. The settings saved in the  camera are restored. However, note that presets only added to t he 
    [Edit Tour Route] by clicki ng [Add] are all discarded.
    6Configure the preset speed and pause duration.
    7Click [Apply].
    							Setting Page
    Reduces the size of transmitted H.264 video by reducing the video quality of non-target areas, such as ceilings and the sky.
    ADSR is an abbreviation for Area-specific Data Size Reduction.
     The image quality of the specified area depends on the [Bit Rate Control] setting in [Video] > [H.264(1)] or [H.264(2)].– When [Use bit rate control] is set: The image quality is adjust ed according to the situation to match the target bit rate.
    – When [Do not use bit rate control] is set: The setting  in [Video] > [H.264(1)] or [H.264(2)] is retained.
     The image quality for areas outside t he specified area will be reduced accor ding to [Data Size Reduction Level].
     Even if the camera pans, tilts, or zooms, the specified area follows the movement of the camera.
     Specified areas can only be config ured within view restrictions.
    Specified Area
    Specify the area where video quality is not to be lowered.
    You can specify up to eight areas with different colored frames.
    [Video and Audio] > [ADSR]
    Reducing Data Size by Lowering Video Quality in Specific 
    Some image scenes and settings for selected  areas may not be able to reduce data size using ADSR. Please test the ADSR feature in the 
    environment before use.
    The following settings can be configured here.
     Specified Area
    If you select [Enable] for the area with the frame color you would like to use for the specified area, the frame will be 
    displayed on the Viewer.
    Set the specified area as follo ws within the display area.
     Drag out a frame and move it to the area you want to specify.
     Change the size of the frame by dragging any of the eight handles ( ■).
     If you want to change the camera angle, use the pan/tilt/zoom sliders.
    If you change the camera angle before operating the area frame,  the area frame may become hidden. To display the area frame aga in, 
    either click the [Preview] button for the target specified area, or use the slider to move the camera angle to a position in which the entire 
    area frame is displayed.
    The camera will move to a specified area  if you click [Preview] for that area.
    You can use the Camera Viewer to check video with ADSR settings  applied. Video outside the specified area will deteriorate acco rding to 
    the amount of applied data reduction.
    Set whether H.264(1) and H.264(2) will lower video q uality outside areas set with [Specified Area].
    [Enable in H.264(1)]
    Select [Enable] to lower video quality of outside  areas set with [Specified Area] in H.264(1) video.
    [Enable in H.264(2)]
    Select [Enable] to lower video quality of outside  areas set with [Specified Area] in H.264(2) video.
    [Data Size Reduction Level]
    Set the data size reduction level for the outside area of [Speci fied Area]. If you select [Low], the data size reduction effect is 
    lower. If you select [High], the data  size reduction effect is higher.
     If you change the [Image Flip] setting in [Camera] > [Insta llation Conditions], review the specified area settings.
     Reconfigure the specified area if you change the [V ideo] > [All Videos] > [Video Size Set] settings.
     Configure the specified area to a slightly larger size.
     Specified areas may deviate slig htly from the specified position depending on the zoom position.
     The selected area can only be set within the optical zoom ra nge, and cannot be set using the digital zoom range (P. 68).
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