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    Camera Viewer
    Use the web browser to access the Viewer in the camera to perform camera operations, view live video, and 
    check the status of events. 
    You can start the Camera Viewer to switch users and check/configure the status of the camera as well as the video display.
    If you open another window or tab to access the camera while an aut henticated web page is displayed, the authentication information of 
    the displayed web page may be discarded.
    In this case, enter the authentication information again.
    Launching the Camera Viewer
    You can enter the IP address set with the Camera Managemen t Tool (P. 40) directly into a web browser to display the 
    Setting Page of the camera, and star t the Viewer from the Setting Page.
    For details on settings in the Camera Management Tool, please refer to “Camera Management Tool User Manual”.
    The authentication screen for Setting Page will be displayed.
    The Setting Menu is displayed.
    You can set [Basic] > [Viewer] > [General] > [Default Page] to [Dis play Viewer] in the setting menu to set the Viewer as the default 
    page (P. 107).
    Viewing Video with the Camera Viewer
    Launch the web browser.
    2Enter the IP address, and press the Enter key.
    3Enter the Administrator Name and Administrator Password (P. 39) and click [OK].
    4Click [Viewer]. 
    							Camera Viewer
    The authentication screen for the Viewer is displayed.
    The Camera Viewer is displayed.
    User Authentication
    When you use the Viewer and the Setting page, an authenticati on screen is displayed, and you are prompted to enter 
    a user name and password.
    If you enter the wrong user name or password, you will not  be able to connect to the camera. Enter the correct user 
    name and password and connect to the camera.
    When [Basic] > [Viewer] > [Viewer Settings] > [User Aut hentication] on the Setting Page is set to [Do not 
    authenticate], the authe ntication screen is not displa yed when connecting the Viewer.
    The administrator name and administrator password are set using the Camera Management Tool (P. 39).
    5Enter the administrator name and adminis trator password (P. 39), and click [OK].
    Authentication screen for the Setting Page Authentication screen for the Viewer 
     Only administrators can connect to a camera using the Setting Page.
     When IE ESC (Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration) is enabled in Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2012, the 
    blocked content dialog box may be displayed when attempting to  access the Setting Page or the viewer. If this happens, please 
    register the camera IP a ddress as a trusted site.
    Switching to the Administrat or or an Authorized User
    If [Basic] > [Viewer] > [Viewer Settings] > [User Authentication] is set to [Do not authenticate] on the Setting Page, an 
    authentication screen is not displayed when connecting to the  Viewer, and you can use the Viewer as a guest user. Guest 
    users cannot perform some operations with the Viewer, but you can also switch the user in order to use the Viewer as an 
    administrator or authorized user.
    The [Main] menu will be displayed.
     Change the administrator password periodically to  enhance system security. Do not forget the new password.
     Restore factory default settings if you have forgotten the  administrator account (P. 245). However, you will become unable to 
    connect to the camera because the administrator account is also  initialized. Use the Camera Management Tool to configure the 
    initial settings (P. 38).
     It is strongly recommended that you cl ear the [Remember my credentials] checkbox w hen an authorized user shares a Viewer 
    on the same computer.
    1Click  [Main] button.
    2Click [Switch Users]. 
    							Camera Viewer
    The user authentication window is displayed.
    The Viewer for the user entered for user authentication is displayed.
    In environments without a proxy server, select  [Network and Internet] > [Internet options] > the [Connections] tab > [LAN setti ngs], 
    and clear the [Automatically detect  settings] checkbox in [Control Panel].
    Camera Viewer Access Restrictions
    You can set authorized users, whi ch require user authentication, and  guest users, which do not require 
    The functions that each user can use in the Camera Viewer depend on the privileges assigned to the user (P. 101).
    The user assigned all privileges.
    Access the Viewer using the administrator name and pass word registered for the administrator account (P. 39).
    The administrator can disable all the pr ivileges of an authorized user or a guest user, and completely prohibit 
    authorized users and guest user s from accessing the camera.
    Authorized user:
    An authorized user has higher  privileges than a guest user.
    It is necessary to register the user name and password (P. 100).
    Guest user:
    This user can only use a  limited set of functions.
    Can access the Viewer without performing user authentication.
    The four types of privileges for using the Viewers are pr ivileged camera control, camera control, video distribution 
    and audio distribution.
    The scope of each privilege and whether it  can be granted to a user is shown below.
    3Enter a user name and password and click [OK]. 
    If an item in [Privileged Camera Control], [Camera Control],  or [Video Distribution] is set to [Enable], the items above 
    and to the right of that item are also set to [Enable]. If an it em is set to [Disable], the items below and to the left of that  
    item are also set to [Disable].
    In the rows, more powerful privileges ar e on the left and less powerful privileges are on the right. However, audio 
    distribution can be set separately.
    In the columns, authorized users have  higher privileges than guest users.
     The factory default setting gives privileged camera control to authorized users.
     With the factory default settings, guest users are assigned pr ivileges for camera control, video distribution, and audio distribution.
    PrivilegePrivileged Camera 
    ControlCamera ControlVideo DistributionAudio Distribution
    Scope of Privilege Can perform the most 
    operations after the 
    administrator. Can perform some 
    Viewer operations.
    View Video with the 
    Viewer Receive or Audio with 
    the Viewer
    Grant to Authorized 
    Users Yes
    YesYes Yes
    Grant to Guest Users No YesYes Yes
     Multiple computers cannot connect to a single camera at  the same time using the same administrator account.
    An authorized user or a guest user can connect to the camera from multiple computers at the same time. However, when 
    controlling the camera, authorized users are given priority of the camera control,  and guest users are placed in a queue.
     [Basic] > [Viewer] > [General] > [Default Page] must be set to  [Display Viewer] to enable authorized users and guest users to 
    connect to the camera. 
    							Camera Viewer
    Camera Viewer Screen
    The privileges required for operating the Viewer are indicated with the following symbols.
    Administrator Privileges
    Privileged Camera Control or higher privileges
    Camera Control or higher privileges
    No Symbol Video Distributi on or higher privileges
    Audio Distribution privileges
    (14) (12)
    (D) (K)
    (17) (20)
    (1) Video Display AreaDisplays video received from the camera.
    (2)  [Reconnect] Button Reconnects to the camera. Can be operated when the Viewer is not connected to the camera.
    (3)  [Full Screen Mode] Button Video is displayed in full screen mode (P. 64).
    (4)  [Switch Area Zoom /Drag to Move] Button
    Switch between Area Zoom and Drag to  Move functions for dragging in the video display area (P. 69).
    (5)  [BLC] (Back Light Compensation) Button Turns on/off backlight compensation. This control is effe ctive when the video is dark due to backlight (P. 73).
    (6)  [Memory Card Recording] Button Start and stop video recording to a memory card (P. 80).
    (7) [Obtain/Release Camera Control Privileges] Button Obtain and release the camera  control privileges (P. 67).
    (8)  [Snapshot] Button Open the snapshot panel and display a still image of th e moment you clicked the button in the control display 
    area (P. 79).
    (9)  [Viewer PTZ] Button Starts/stops the Viewer PTZ. When star ted, the Viewer PTZ panel is displayed in the control display area (P. 75).
    (10)  [Digital PTZ] Button Starts/stops the Digital PTZ. When star ted, the Digital PTZ panel is displayed in the control display area (P. 76).
    (11)  [Panorama Display] Button Displays the panorama display panel in  the control display area (P. 71).
    (12) [Close] Button Closes the panels displayed  in the control display area.
    (13)  Snapshot Tab Click this to switch the control displa y area to the snapshot panel (P. 79).
    (14)  Viewer PTZ/Digital PTZ Tab Click this to switch the control display area to the Viewer PTZ/Digital PTZ panel (P. 75).
    (15)  Panorama Display Tab Click this to switch the control display area to the panorama display panel (P. 71).
    (16) Control Display Area Click (13), (14), or (15) to display  the snapshot panel, Viewer PTZ/Digita l PTZ panel, or panorama display panel.
    							Camera Viewer
    (17)  [Main] MenuSwitches the language or user,  and switches the Setting Page or Mobile Camera Viewer.
    (A) [Language] Button Switches the display language .
    (B) [Switch Users] Use this to log in as an administ rator or authorized user (P. 54).
    (C) [Setting Page] The screen switches to the Setting Page (P. 88).
    (D) [Mobile Camera Viewer] Switches the connection to the Mobile Camera Viewer . For details on Mobile Camera Viewer, please refer 
    to “Mobile Camera Viewer Operation Guide”.
    (18)  [Video and Audio] Menu Configures the video displa y size and audio transmission/reception of the Viewer.
    (E) Video Size Select the video reception size and vi deo format from the camera (P. 63).
    (F) H.264 Reception Selects whether to enable or disable H.264 video reception (P. 63).
    (G) Display Size Select the video di splay size for the screen (P. 63).
    (H) Maximum Frame Rate Select the maximum frame rate for JPEG video (P. 64).
    (I) Audio Reception Setting to start/stop audi o reception and the volume from the camera (P. 82).
    (J) Audio Transmission Setting to start/stop audio tran smission, the volume, and transmissi on time to the camera (P. 82).
    (E) (F)
    (19)  [Camera Operation] MenuSets the pan/tilt/zoom, focus, exposure , and day/night switch of the camera.
    (K) Pan/Tilt  Operate a button to move the angle in the direction of the arrow (P. 71).
    (L) Pan/Tilt Speed  Select the operating speed for  the [Pan/Tilt] buttons (P. 71).
    (M) Zoom  Operate a button to zoom  in and zoom out (P. 71).
    (N) Zoom Speed  Select the operation speed for the zoom button (P. 71).
    (O) Focus Sets the camera to focus on the subject (P. 72).
    (P) Exposure Compensation Corrects the exposure according to the brightness of the subject (P. 72).
    (Q) Clear IR Mode Selects whether to enable/disable the clear IR mode that reduces shade and  heat shimmer in far 
    backgrounds (P. 73).
    (R) Day/Night Set a capture mode suited to the brightness of  the camera installation environment (P. 73).
    (M) (N)
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