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Introduction Thank you for purchasing WebView Livescope MV Ver. 2.1 LE. To take best advantage of this software, please first read this manual thoroughly. After reading this manual, please store it in a safe place for future reference. The latest product information is available at the following Website. http://www.canon.com/webview/ Requests to Customers The content of this manual may not be reproduced in its entirety or in part without prior permission. The content of this manual is subject to
Contents Introduction ..........................................................2 1. Overview..........................................................4 2. System Configuration.....................................5 Example of System Configuration ..................................... 5 Operating Environment ....................................................... 5 3. Installing ..........................................................6 Prior to Installation... ..................................
I N COV MMUC NI CAT- I OC N CAM4 ERA f:4 -64mm 1 :1 .4 -2 .8 T E 1 Overview WebView Livescope MV Ver. 2.1 LE (hereafter referred to as MV LE) is software that allows you to use an Intranet or the Internet to monitor video distributed from the Network Camera Server VB150/VB101 or the Network Camera VB-C10/VB-C10R (hereafter referred to as “camera server”). Since MV LE uses the wizard format for registering camera servers, there is no need to learn complex operations. MV LE lets you access camera
2 System Configuration MV LE connects to camera servers using TCP/IP protocol. Connections can be made via the Internet or an Intranet. Example of System Configuration LAN Distributes video and picture data VC-C4 VC-C4R VB101 ISDN Line Router Monitoring VB-C10 MV LE Monitoring via ISDN line Router Controls camera angle, zoom, etc., and monitors camera images Monitoring via Internet is Monitoring also possible MV LE INTERNET Controls camera angle, zoom, etc., and monitors camera images VB1
3 Installing Prior to Installation... Before installing MV LE, be sure that the PC in which it is to be installed and the camera servers satisfy the conditions described below. Preparing the PC Check that the PC where MV LE is to be installed satisfies the operating environment of MV LE(→ → → → → P.5). Be sure to set the screen resolution to XGA (1024 × 768) or higher. Display Properties If your screen resolution is set to XGA, use the “Control on Side” mode for the c camera control panel displa
Installation When you load the WebView Livescope MV LE installer 1 CD-ROM, the installer automatically starts and the installation process begins. If it does not start, in Explorer, double-click “Setup.exe” on the CD-ROM and click Next to proceed with the installation. Enter the Serial number and click Next. The Serial 2 number is indicated on the seal attached outside the software package. A screen appears where you can specify a folder in which 3 MV LE is to be installed. To specify a folder o
4 Registering the Cameras Cameras must be registered in order to monitor images from them with MV LE. There are two ways to register a camera: Using “Register Camera” in which the network address of a camera server is entered manually, and “Search Camera” in which camera servers connected to the network are automatically searched and detected cameras are registered. First, double-click the desktop icon, or in the Start menu, choose [Program]-[WebView Livescope]-[MV 2.1]-[LE Viewer], to start up
Make sure that the camera you just registered appears in the 5 Registered cameras list. To register more than one camera from a different camera server, repeat the procedure from step 1 . When you click OK, images from the registered camera can be viewed. Registering Cameras Using “Search Camera” If you do not know the IP address of the camera server, you can search camera servers connected to the network and register a camera from among the camera servers that are detected. Since it is possibl
5 Operating from the Menus Menu Bar This chapter describes operating procedures using the menus. Menu Bar Operation menu “Register Camera” Lets you register camera servers or change camera orders. “Option” Lets you set Video Relay or set the HTTP Port and HTTP Proxy. “Exit” Exits MV LE. View menu “Toolbar” Shows/Hides the toolbar. “4 Viewers/1 Viewer (Large)/1 Viewer (Normal)” Switches the viewer display among 3 options: 4 viewers, 1 viewer (large), and 1 viewer (normal). “Control at Bottom/Cont
Detailed Settings Changing the Registration Order of Cameras An order is set for camera registrations. The position of viewers in which images are displayed and the order of video relays are specified according to this order. The order can be changed after registrations. The camera registration order and the viewers that follow it are shown below. This applies only during 4 Viewer display. Registration numbers (order) follow the viewer positions. From the Operation menu choose Register Camera. C
6 Operating from the Toolbar Toolbar This chapter describes operating procedures using the toolbar Toolbar “4 Viewers” Switches to 4 viewers display. “1 Viewer (Large)” Switches to 1 viewer (large) display. “1 Viewer (Normal)” Switches to 1 viewer (normal) display. “Camera Switch Box” Switches among cameras displayed in the viewer (during 1 Viewer display only). “Camera Control Right” Acquires camera control privileges. “Reconnect” Reconnects to the camera server when the connection is cut. “Sna
Main Operations Switching Viewer Display Methods There are three methods in which viewers can be displayed: 4 Viewers display, 1 Viewer (Large) display, and 1 Viewer (Normal) display. Display can be switched by clicking on the 4 Viewers, 1 Viewer (Large), and the 1 Viewer (Normal) buttons on the toolbar. Choose the method that best suits your needs. Control at Bottom 4 Viewers display 1 Viewer (Large) display 1 Viewer (Normal) display Control on Side 4 Viewers display 1 Viewer (Large) display 1
Switching Cameras being Viewed During 1 Viewer display, if more than one camera has been registered, the camera displayed in the viewer can be switched. To switch cameras, click  in the Camera Switch box to select the camera from the list. The order of the cameras shown in the list is the order in which the cameras were registered. Reconnecting If for some reason a connection with the camera server is cut, you can re-establish the connection without restarting MV LE by clicking the Reconnect
Operating from the Toolbar Displaying Full Screens Images in a selected viewer can be displayed on the entire screen. Click on the viewer to select it, then click the Full Screen button on the toolbar. When you click anywhere on the full screen display, the camera’s pan and tilt are controlled so that that position becomes the center of the image. Press ESC to return to the original screen display. When you right click on the full-screen display, a pop-up menu appears. Choose Return to Normal to
7 Operating the Cameras MV LE lets you freely control the cameras and monitor them. The cameras can be controlled from the Camera Control Panel or on the viewer. Operating Cameras from the Camera Control Panel Operating a Camera with the Control Buttons A camera can be freely controlled using the Pan, Tilt, and Zoom buttons. Backlight compensation occurs when the Backlight Compensation button is turned on. Click this button again to turn backlight compensation off. AF/MF button Displays a dialog
Controlling the Camera with Panorama Pan, Tilt, and Zoom can be freely controlled from the Panorama. To change Pan and Tilt by clicking When you click on a specific point on the panorama picture, the frame moves and the pan and tilt change to make that point the center of the picture. To change Pan and Tilt by dragging When you move the frame on the panorama picture by dragging the inside of the frame, the pan and tilt change accordingly. To change Zoom ratio by dragging Zoom ratio changes when
8 Options Option in the Operation menu lets you make Video Relay and HTTP settings. Setting the Video Relay Since only one viewer among a number of viewers can be used to display live video, Video Relay automatically switches from more than one camera connected to a single camera server. The use of this function can avoid clicking manually on individual viewers to switch video display. From the Operation menu, choose Option. In the Interval field of the Video Relay, enter a value between 5 and 3
9 Troubleshooting ■ Cannot install ● When using Windows 2000, or Windows XP Professional, see if you have logged-in as an administrator. ■ Cannot register camera server ● Refer to error messages (1) - (7). ● If camera server is being accessed via a proxy, be sure to set the proxy in Option under the Operation menu. ■ Failed to search cameras ● Camera server searches are performed by transmitting broadcast packets. Camera servers on networks that cannot be reached by broadcast packets cannot be d
10 Error Messages (1) Network connection errors (DNS errors): Camera server registration error  Message The camera server could not be found. Make sure: • The network address is correct. • DNS setting is correct. Cause The specified network address could not be found. Action to • Enter the network address correctly. be taken • Set the DNS correctly. (2) Network connection error (time out): Camera server registration error  Could not find the camera server. Make sure: Message • The netw
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