ViewCommander Tech Support

Video Sources

Video Sources – IP Cameras and IP Video Servers ViewCommander connects to a wide range of IP video cameras and IP video servers. These IP video devices are also referred to as Video Devices or Video Sources throughout this document. Video Source Connectivity Before ViewCommander can connect to your video source, it is essential your […]

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New Installation

Start a New Installation Download and Install ViewCommander on the new server ViewCommander Download Page If you need to know your version or license, send us a support ticket. Plug the USB license dongle into to the New System Upgrading ViewCommander (from a previous version): If you are upgrading ViewCommander and migrating, this is where

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User Interface

ViewCommander-NVR User Interface ViewCommander-NVR has an easy to use interface allowing the operator to view and control remote video cameras, and to adjust various video settings. This section describes the different components that make up the user interface. Many sections throughout this manual will reference the terms listed here. Menu Bar The menu bar lists

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Set up a Recording

Setting up a Recording **Click HERE for a video tutorial 1. Set the default archive location on the computer’s storage drive for where you would like to save your recordings: System Settings–> Archive Tab NOTE: That these settings are global and will apply to all cameras. Once set, you should not have to go to

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Configuration Panel Overview

Configuration Panel Overview The Configuration Panel allows you to configure several settings for the camera and video image. When video is being displayed, different settings can be adjusted and controlled in the configuration panel. The configuration panel contains four ‘tabs’ – Video, Control, Events, and Playback.

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Add a Camera

Adding a Camera To watch a Video Tutorial Click HERE Network Settings Device Model Device Model is the model of the camera or video encoder you will be adding. Under the device model you will see “device special instructions”. These are tips that we provide for some cameras to assist in connecting to the camera.

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