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i’m coming from a DigitalWatchdog VMax960h Core DVR with 8 Northern DTW212HIR960 cams. i’ll be adding 2 IP cams soon, but that’s another tech help time.

need a some help with these sections for now:

[general]
video standard = NTSC ; i’m in usa, choose ntsc, yes?

[camera encode page]
type = MD             ; i choose this to have motion detection, yes?
compression = H.264H  ; this and below i choose for current cams?
resolution = 960H     ; “”
fps = 30              ; “”
bitrate type = VBR/6  ; “”
bitrate (k/bs) = ?    ; 1024 or 2048

[snapshot]           
mode = trigger        ; “”
image size = 2CIF     ; “”
image quality = 4     ; “”
interval = 1s         ; “”

[event/detect]
  region setup
    click red square for that area to be “detected”?  i.e., a red square is like a “privacy area”?  a bit diff than the other DVR i am used to, so want to check.

tia

 

   
   
   

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hello,

 

By default the cameras motion detection area is enabled by the red boxes. Clicking on them masks that area out. Depending on teh camera you have it would seem you want to choose 960H for resolution. Frame rate of 30 (fps)  Bitrate type  CBR.  BitRate of 1024. You can increase bitrate if the images are too jagged edged for you. 

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Dan Maresca said
hello,

 

By default the cameras motion detection area is enabled by the red boxes. Clicking on them masks that area out. Depending on teh camera you have it would seem you want to choose 960H for resolution. Frame rate of 30 (fps)  Bitrate type  CBR.  BitRate of 1024. You can increase bitrate if the images are too jagged edged for you.   

long live dyslexia, i had it backwards. 😉  so clicking/removing the red boxes, as you say, masks that area out.  yes, the cams are 960h.

 

appreciate your help/reply

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Yes exactly I guess it is done that way so motion just works out of the box. 

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