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1. Access the user interface or control panel of the device where you are controlling the Speed Dome.
2. Enter the numbers 96-10-12-12 respectively. After each digit, you will need to press the "Start" or "Preset" key on the unit you are controlling.
When you do this, the AHD Speed Dome will automatically reset itself to the default settings. This will reset the Speed Dome's configuration and settings and return to its starting point.
1. Open your browser and enter the IP address to access the IP camera's user interface.
2. Enter the "Install" or "Setup" menu.
3. Enter the "Video" section.
4. Change the "Encoding Format" to "MJPEG" from the menu and save the change.
5. Then enter the "Security" menu.
6. Scroll to "NETWORK SECURITY".
7. In the "RTSP Authentication" tab, mark both options as "none".
8. Save your changes.
The feature called "Corridor Mode" requires that both the NVR (Network Video Recorder) device and the camera support this feature. Corridor Mode is used in widescreen monitors or special applications that require portrait orientation to make better use of a vertical space.
There are the following requirements for Corridor Mode to work:
1. NVR device: NVR device must support Corridor Mode feature.
2. Camera: The camera must also support the Corridor Mode feature. Models that support Corridor Mode have the option to display vertically (rotated 90° horizontally). This option allows the cameras to record the image vertically and display it properly on the NVR.
Remember, both the NVR and the cameras must be properly configured to enable and use Corridor Mode.
In some STAR IP cameras, the feature called "HLC" is referred to as "Spot Metering" in some models. You can follow the steps below to set this feature:
1. Open your browser and enter the IP address of the camera to access the user interface.
2. Go to the "Setup" or "Setup" menu.
3. Select the "Image" option.
4. In the menu that opens, find "Image Exposure" or a similar option. Choose this option.
5. Go to the "Measurement Control" tab.
6. There should be an option here called "HLC" or "Spot Metering". Find and enable this option.
7. Select the relevant option to adjust the settings. This feature determines the focal point of the camera and adjusts the exposure values accordingly.
With the NMANAGER program, you can view people counting data in a specific time period (day, week, month, year).