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Canon and Canon logo are registered trademarks of Canon Inc. Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. [. . . ] Video capture size Shows the size of the video being captured by the camera server. of the camera server if WV-TCP is being used for the video transmission protocol. of the camera server if WV-TCP is being used for the camera control protocol. HTTP proxy Shows whether a HTTP proxy in being used (ON) or not used (OFF). Local time Shows the current time at the camera server.
Managing the Camera Servers
This chapter describes how to use WebView Livescope MV Manager to manage the camera servers such as making camera server settings or upgrading the firmware.
Setting and Managing Camera Servers
Comprehensive management of registered camera servers is possible with MV Manager. Operations such as changing camera server settings, confirming images, and upgrading the firmware in all cameras at once can be performed remotely.
In MV Manager, select a registered camera server icon by clicking on it. When you click on the Open Setup Page button on the Toolbar, the browser starts up and accesses the camera server.
The settings title page appears. From the browser you can make detailed settings for the camera server, settings for recording still pictures, and other settings. For details on making camera server settings, see Chapter 3 of the camera server manual.
This example shows the VB150 settings page.
Testing Camera Server Images
Select a registered camera server icon by clicking on it. When you click on the View Test button on the Toolbar, the window appears where you can check and confirm camera operation and images.
Upgrading the Firmware
When upgrading the VB101, be sure to use FTP and back up the camera server file system first. The VB-C10/VB-C10R and VB150 cannot be upgraded from MV Manager.
In MV Manager, select a registered camera server icon by clicking on it. No Auto Preset Tour has been set Auto Preset Tour is set but is not in progress (gray display) Auto Preset Tour in progress (colored display)
Starting/Stopping Auto Preset Tour
Starting up Auto Preset Tour To start up Auto Preset Tour, select by clicking the viewer that is displaying the image of the camera you wish to use for touring and then click the Auto Preset Tour button on the Toolbar. Stopping Auto Preset Tour If you wish to stop Auto Preset Tour, select by clicking the viewer that is displaying the image of the camera you wish to stop touring and then again click the Auto Preset Tour button on the Toolbar. Auto Preset Tour for Several Cameras Auto Preset Tours with several cameras can also be conducted at the same time. Moreover, when you click the Auto Preset Tour (All Viewers) button on the Toolbar, Auto Preset Tour can be applied to displayed images of all cameras set with Auto Preset Tour.
A slight time difference may occur between the actual pause span and the time that was set.
Auto Switch is used for switching the sequence for displaying images from the
Viewer 1 (Camera Server 1) Preset 1 Viewer 2 (Camera Server 2) Preset 2
cameras of the viewer previously specified in the monitoring screen properties. Setting Auto Switch switches the connections to the specified camera server's cameras and displays images in the registered video pattern. At that time, the operations at the preset positions can proceed at the specified switching intervals. If there are more cameras than monitoring screens, several camera servers can be monitored efficiently. By turning Auto Switch on, MV Station implements operations in accordance with those settings.
Changing camera and preset that are displayed
Viewer 1 (Camera Server 3) Preset 3
Viewer 2 (Camera Server 4) Preset 4
Automatic Operation Functions of MV Station
Auto Switch Settings
The assignment of cameras to a viewer, their switching sequence, preset display positions and switching intervals, can each be set freely with Auto Switch. With MV Manager's Monitoring Screens, select by clicking the icon of the monitoring screen that you wish to use for setting Auto Switch, then click Properties on the Toolbar. Click New button in the Auto Switch field on the Video Pattern tab of the window that is displayed.
The Auto Switch dialog box shows a list of registered cameras that are assignable in Assignable Cameras. Select by clicking the names of the cameras you wish to assign then click Assign and they will be added to the "Assignment to viewers". [. . . ] The specified background image size is larger than the maximum view size of 1280 x 1024. For the background image, specify a file with a view size smaller than 1280 x 1024.
MV Station Error Messages
(16) Could not get in camera control right queue
Message Cause Could not get in camera control right queue. Another client with camera control privileges of a higher level than yourself is connected to the camera server. Ask the other client to release the camera control privileges.
Action to be taken
(17) When switching to appropriate camera failed during assignment
Message Cause Could not switch camera. [. . . ]