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Read this guide carefully before using VB-C60 to ensure that you make the best possible use of this product. Malfunction, failure of VK-Lite or other factors may cause problems, such as recording failure, recorded data corruption or loss.
Canon shall have no liability whatsoever for any loss or damages incurred by the user as a result of such problems.
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Start up VB-C60 Viewer Icon Explanation Important information that must be observed or actions that are prohibited during an operation. These notes must be read to prevent the equipment from possible Note faults or damage. From the page, you can open the VB-C60 viewer for displaying video or the setting page for detailed settings of the camera. You can view three types of sample pages: Admin Viewer VB Viewer Chapter Detailed Settings This chapter describes the detailed settings for VB-C60 such as network connection, camera control, date, time and access control.
Setting Menu You can move to each setting page from Setting Menu for following various camera settings. For details, refer to each page of this manual. For details of entering a user name and a password, refer to page P.
Set the administrator password. Up to 8 alphanumeric characters including spaces and printable characters can be used. Be sure to disconnect the Admin viewer or VBAdmin Tools from the camera before changing the password. You can use up to 63 characters including A-Z, a-z,. You must register the host name in the DNS server in advance. For more information on DNS server settings, contact your system administrator. The entered name can be checked from the SNMP manager.
The entered information can be checked from the SNMP manager. Use 2 digits for the canoj, day and time. The name is required when using VK with the camera. The new settings will be applied when the camera is turned on again or the camera is rebooted.
Subjects with little or no contrast e. Image Stabilizer effectively works to compensate for image blur caused by camera shake. The frame rate may decrease.
Video may be interrupted temporarily. The higher the value, the louder the volume. The following events can be a trigger. Set User Access Privileges Access Control The Host Restriction function is to restrict hosts, in which viewers and other client applications are running. Access restriction is available with a list including single or multiple entries, described in the following format. For more information on these settings, contact your Vv-c60 system administrator.
Setting Items That Require a Reboot Reboot The following dialog box appears to alert after changing some values for the mnaual settings, with which the currently-used browser may become unable to access to the camera. After the camera is rebooted, a candidate URI s with which you can connect to the camera is displayed.
You can create panoramas, set a view restriction, presets and motion detection, view logs, and launch the Admin Viewer. You should configure detailed settings as described in Chapter 1 in advance. You can easily configure the settings of VB-C60, view images with special privileges, check the operation status and retrieve logs from a remote location via networks.
This viewer enables viewing of operation status logs output to VB-C This tool is used to create a panorama image displaying the full view of the area covered by VB-C When using VB-C60 Viewer to perform pan, tilt, or zoom as well as define presets, you can see, at a glance, which part of the entire viewing area is currently covered. The AE lock function is used to capture image based on exposure level set on the specified position.
Once you set the view restriction, you can limit the area, within which VB-C60 viewer can display. View Restriction Tool lets you easily set view restrictions in Loads the view restriction values currently set in VB-C Using this button does not save the values to VB-C You can also enter numeric values in the View Restriction Value Input boxes.
View Restriction Tool You need to check if the view restrictions are correctly reflected in VB Viewer after the view restrictions have been set. When the view restriction is set, the camera operation angle is automatically restricted. Captured image Controlled view restriction Select preset or home position to set. The current cb-c60 of preset and preset tour are applied to the VB-C The camera angle of VB-C60 is also switched based on this preset, which can be confirmed in the Admin Viewer.
Note Set Presets Presets can be set using either of the following two methods.
Select a suitable method according to your preference or environment. At this point, you can also adjust the setting position by editing the values in the camera parameters. When using Preset Tour, do not use the Motion Detection function. The Motion Detection function is not suitable for conditions where high reliability is Note required.
It is not recommend using this function in situations where high reliability is required, such as for monitoring purposes. Canon accepts no liability whatsoever for faults, etc. For detailed information on the screen display and how to operate them, see P. Log Viewer Log Viewer enables viewing of operation status logs of the camera. You cannot delete the log. The log is saved as a text file. View Logs The following information is included in a log. One of following three manuzl is displayed with each log code, depending on vg-c60 log level.
Logs without a log code are displayed without an icon. Chapter VB-C60 Viewer This chapter describes how to use the VB-C60 viewer with which you can access a camera via a Web browser to view live videos, control the pan, tilt and zoom, exposure mode, night mode, white balance, focus, smart shade control, and The VB-C60 viewer includes 2 viewers: Admin viewer and VB viewer.
In that case, the camera control privilege is always given to the last user. First, access the Settings Title Page. Starting VB-C60 Viewer 4. The Admin viewer starts in a Web browser Be sure to enter the correct user name and password.
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If entering a wrong one, try again with the correct name and password. Slide the knob on the scroll bar for pan or tilt The camera angle changes according to the knob position on the scroll bar. When you click outside the yellow frame and drag the mouse, a blue frame is drawn.
How To Operate 1. Display the preset dropdown list by clicking the Preset Selection box 2. Click the button to launch a new window at full screen size.
Click the close button on the full-screen window to close. Also, the actual video display angle becomes smaller than the angle frame displayed in the panorama display area. Operation and Setting as Administrator This section describes operations and settings, which are available only in the Admin viewer.
Operation and Setting as Administrator Control the External Device Output You can control the external device output and display the current status with icons. Control and Set the Camera You can control the camera and change the speed cano the Camera Control buttons. Hold down the button to keep moving the camera toward the direction, and release the button to stop the movement.
Focus is fixed at mabual point of infinity. Set the Exposure You can configure the settings related to exposure operations. Operation and Setting as Administrator Spot This mode meters the center part of the screen.
Without vb-60 affected by brightness or darkness in outer areas of the screen, the appropriate exposure can be achieved for the subject in the center. Select this mode to adjust the exposure in the center part of the screen when the manuak is under a spotlight or in backlight. Select when using the White Fluorescent: Select when using the camera in neutral white or cool white Warm Fluorescent Operation and Setting as Administrator Set the Smart Shade Control Unlike backlight compensation, Smart Shade Control adjusts darker areas with maintaining the brightness of the brighter areas.
Image data can camon distributed in various ways, including displaying video or still images and displaying multiple images on a Web page. If you select a link requesting video in step 1, a file that includes the IP address information for the VB-C60 is sent from the Web server in step 2. If the content of the Web pages used for distributing mnaual is stored onto the built-in flash memory in VB-C60, the VB-C60 Note can be used both for distributing Web pages and video over the Web. Please refer to P.