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Important.... 4 Copyright Information.. 4 Usage Notice of Audio... 4 Trademark Information... 4 Conventions.... 4 WebView Livescope Overview.. 5 Viewer Overview... 6 Viewer for Java.... 6 Viewer for PC... 7 Operating Environment... 8 Viewer for Java.... 8 Viewer for PC... 8
Chapter 1 Viewer for Java
Preparations for Using the Viewer for Java.. 10
Using Internet Explorer... 10 Using Netscape... 11 Starting Up the Viewer for Java... 15 Using the Viewer for Java.. 16 LiveApplet Screen... 16 Panorama Window... 17 Starting Camera Control... 18 Controlling the Camera.. 19 Changing the Camera Angle... 19 Changing the Camera Zoom Ratio.. 20 Selecting the Camera... 21 Using Presets... 21 Adjusting Backlight... 22 Taking a Snapshot of the Video.. 23 Glimpse Screen.. 24
Chapter 2 Viewer for PC
Preparations for Using the Viewer for PC.. 26
Installing the Viewer for PC... 26 Using Browsers Other Than the Recommended Products... 27 Starting Up the Viewer for PC.. 28 Starting Up from the Web Browser.. 28 Starting Up Independently... 28 Connecting to the Camera Server.. 29 Specifying a Connection Target and Connecting.. 29 Selecting a Registered Camera Server and Connecting. 30 Disconnecting.... 30
Using the Viewer for PC.. 31
Viewer for PC Screen.. 31 Panorama Window... 32 Starting Camera Control... 33 Controlling the Camera.. 34 Changing the Camera Angle... 34 Changing the Camera Zoom Ratio.. 35 Selecting the Camera... 36 Using Presets... 36 Changing the Video Source Size... 37 Using Full-Screen Mode.. 37 Adjusting Backlight... 38 Pausing and Restarting Video Display.. 38 Registering a camera site during connection.. 39 Playing back audio... 40 Saving and Printing Still Pictures.. 40 Saving Still Pictures to Files... 40 Printing Still Pictures.... 41 Displaying Information... 41 Video Information.... 41 Connection Information... 42 Camera Information... 42 Network... 42
Chapter 3 Viewer for PC Settings
Viewer for PC Settings... 44
Starting protocol Setting... 44 HTTP protocol Setting.. 45 Display option Setting... 46
Registering and Changing the Server. 47
Registering in a Camera Site List... 47 Adding to a list.... 47 Changing or deleting registration details in the list.. 48
Error Messages... 51 Index.... 54
This manual describes how to use the WebView Livescope Ver. 3.6 Viewer Software. There are two types of viewers, Viewer for Java and the Viewer for PC, and the video sender can use one or the other as required. Both types provide the same basic functions for viewing videos, but differ in terms of other features and functions. The preparations for using the two viewer types and the required operating environment also differ depending on the computer hardware and software used to run the viewer. Read this manual carefully before you use the viewer to ensure that you make the best possible use of this product. Store this manual in a safe place after you finish reading it. The latest information on the viewer is available at the following URL. http://www.canon.com/webview
1 Copyright 2004 by Canon, Inc. All rights reserved. The unauthorized transfer of all or any part of the contents of this manual is forbidden. 2 The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. 3 Every effort has been made to ensure that content of this manual is free from errors. If you encounter any errors, omissions or apparent inaccuracies, contact the manufacturer. 4 Notwithstanding the above, Canon accepts no liability for any results arising from the operation of this product.
Under copyright law, video or still pictures photographed by the viewer cannot be used for any purpose other than personal enjoyment without prior permission from the copyright holder.
Usage Notice of Audio
1. Audio stream may be interrupted according to the performance of your PC and network environment. 2. If you use a proxy server, the audio may be interrupted. 3. If you use a PC on which anti-virus software is installed, the audio may be delayed or the audio stream may be temporarily interrupted.
There are two types of WebView Livescope Viewer Software: the Viewer for Java and the Viewer for PC.
Viewer for Java
This is a viewer written using Java. This viewer allows the camera servers videos to be viewed on any computer with a Web browser that runs Java, regardless of the platform. Because the Java applet is downloaded when the viewer starts up, the first video takes some time to appear. The Viewer for Java provides two types of viewers: LiveApplet containing video display and camera control functions, and Glimpse containing a video display function.
Video display functions Camera control functions
Video display functions
To use the Viewer for Java, you need to install Java VM beforehand. See the web site for more details. WebView Product web site http://www.canon.com/webview Panorama pictures must be registered in advance at the camera server.
* Panorama pictures are not available with the VB-C50Fi.
Viewer for PC
This is a viewer that runs as an application. This viewer provides video display and camera control functions and appears in a separate window at startup. While the Viewer for PC has to be pre-installed, it offers the advantage of displaying the first video quickly. At present, only a Windows version of this viewer is available.
The Viewer for PC is provided on the CD-ROMs supplied with the Network Camera Server VB150, the Network Camera VB-C50i/VB-C50iR and VBC50Fi packages. The viewer can also be downloaded free of charge from the following web site. URL : http://www.canon.com/webview The Viewer for PC needs to be pre-installed on your computer. ( p.26) Panorama pictures must be registered in advance at the camera server.
When playing back audio, please read carefully Usage Notice of Audio ( P.4).
* Audio input/output is not available with the VB-C50Fi.
Because the Viewer for Java is downloaded from the camera server every time you access and displays video on the viewer screen, it starts up slower than the Viewer for PC that is pre-installed on a PC. Use the Viewer for Java when you access the camera server and view video for the first time. However, we recommend you to install and use the Viewer for PC if you view video frequently.
For the latest information, please refer to our WebView Product web page: http://www.canon.com/webview
Viewer for Java Ver. 3.6
Operating System Web Browser Java VM
Windows 2000 (SP4)/ Windows XP (SP1a or SP2) Netscape 7.1 or 7.2, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1 or SP2) MSVM Release 188.8.131.5210 (Java VM provided by Microsoft) Java Plug-in 1.4.2 (Java VM provided by Sun Microsystems)
* This viewer is installed in the camera server and automatically downloaded when it is connected to the camera server. * Operation is unstable when used with an OS or Web browser other than those noted above.
Viewer for PC Ver. 3.6
Operating System Web Browser
Windows 2000 (SP4)/ Windows XP (SP1a or SP2) Netscape 7.1 or 7.2, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1 or SP2)
* Must be installed in advance from the CD-ROM supplied with the camera server. ( p.26)
This chapter describes the preparations required for using the Viewer for Java and explains how to use the viewer.
Preparations for Using the Viewer for Java
The Viewer for Java is automatically downloaded from the camera server. There is no need to install it in advance. However, depending on the type of Web browser you are using and your software settings, you must change your Web browser settings.
Using Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer has a setting that specifies whether the use of Java is permitted. From the Tools menu, select Internet Options and click the Advanced tab. Then set JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled as the Microsoft VM setting.
* For Internet Explorer 6.0
In Windows XP, Java VM may not be installed. If this is the case, please install it. See the web site for more details. WebView Product web site http://www.canon.com/webview Detailed settings below similar to the ones are displayed after settings.
Netscape also has a setting that specifies whether the use of Java is permitted. Select Preferences from the Edit menu, click Advanced and then click in the Enable Java checkbox.
* For Netscape 7.1
The settings for the Web browser vary depending on the version used. Refer to the settings given here and check your browser version.
When You are Connected to a LAN
If the camera server is used via an Intranet and you specify the Web browser proxy setting manually, videos are distributed via the proxy. This can result in a slower frame rate and proxy server overload. Use the procedure shown below to set up a No proxy connection. Note that if you are accessing a camera server that is located outside a firewall on the internet, registration is not required for the camera server.
Specify either Automatically detect settings, Use automatic configuration script or Use a proxy server for your LAN below. Automatically detect settings 1 From the Tools menu, select Internet Options and click the Connections tab. 2 Click LAN settings to open the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box. 3 Tick Automatically detect settings in Automatic configuration. 4 Click OK to close the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box and the Internet Options dialog box. Proxy data is automatically detected when you specify this setting.
Use automatic configuration script 1 From the Tools menu, select Internet Options and click the Connections tab. 2 Click LAN settings to open the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box. 3 Tick Use automatic configuration script in Automatic configuration and enter the URL (e.g. http://192.168.100.10/proxy.pac) of the Settings file. 4 Click OK to close the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box and the Internet Options dialog box.
Use a proxy server for your LAN 1 From the Tools menu, select Internet Options and click the Connections tab. 2 Click LAN settings to open the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box. 3 Tick Use a proxy server for your LAN in Proxy server and click Advanced. 4 In the Exceptions field, enter Camera server IP address: HTTP conversion server service port. If there are multiple settings, use a semicolon (;) as the separator (e.g. 192.168.100.1:80;192.168.0.20:80). 5 Click OK to close the Proxy Settings dialog box, Local Area Network (LAN) Settings dialog box and the Internet Options dialog box.
Specify either Manual proxy configuration or Automatic proxy configuration URL below. Automatic proxy configuration URL 1 From the Edit menu, select Preferences. 2 Select Proxies in Advanced and select Automatic proxy configuration URL. 3 In the Automatic proxy configuration URL field, enter the URL (e.g. http://192.168.100. 10/proxy.pac) of the Settings file. 4 Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box.
Manual proxy configuration 1 From the Edit menu, select Preferences. 2 Select Proxies in Advanced and select Manual proxy configuration. 3 In the No Proxy for field, enter Camera server IP address:HTTP conversion server service port. If there are multiple settings, use a semicolon (;) as the separator (e.g. 192.168.100.1:80;192.168.0.20:80). 4 Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box.
Starting Up the Viewer for Java
The Viewer for Java is started up from the Web browser that displayed the Web page for distributing videos. To create a Web page for distributing videos, refer to the users manual of the camera server you are using. When the Using Viewer for Java button in the Web Browser that displayed the Web page for distributing videos is clicked, the Viewer for Java starts up and connects to the camera server.
Using the Viewer for Java
There are two types of Viewer for Java ( p.6). The following is a description of LiveApplet. LiveApplet is a viewer with a GUI that allows the user to change the camera angle, zoom ratio and backlight adjustment settings. The functions of the GUI displayed on the Web browser are briefly described below. Viewer for Java
Video Source Size Change Buttons The right-hand button makes the displayed video source one level smoother, while the left-hand button makes it one level coarser. Making the image coarser increases the frame rate, while making it smoother improves the video quality.
* Depending on the camera server, the video source size change buttons are not displayed.
Camera Selection Box When multiple cameras are connected to the camera server, this box can be used to select the camera. Tilt Scroll Bar Used to change the camera tilt angle (up and down movement).
* Not displayed on the VB-C50Fi.
Zoom Scroll Bar Used to change the zoom ratio. Moving the button up zooms in (telephoto) and moving it down zooms out (wideangle). Panorama View Button Displays the pop-up panorama window. Panorama pictures must be saved at the camera server. Panorama pictures will not be displayed if not saved.
Camera Control Status Window Used to display camera control information (Camera controllable, Camera not controllable, Awaiting turn, Remaining camera control time). Start Control Button Used to acquire camera control privileges. Backlight Adjustment Button Compensates for backlighting. Useful when the video appears dark due to backlighting. Click the button again to cancel.
Preset Selection Box Allows you to control the camera by selecting preset camera positions registered beforehand on the camera server. Pan Scroll Bar Used to change the camera pan angle (left and right movement).
Snapshot Button Shows a snapshot of the currently displayed video frame in a separate window. The snapshot image can then be printed or saved.
* Not available with the VB-C50Fi.
You can control the camera by clicking on the panorama window or dragging the yellow frame on the panorama window.
Procedure Backlight adjustment is useful when the video is dark due to backlighting. When you click the [Backlight Adjustment] button, video darkened by backlighting becomes brighter. Click the button again to cancel.
Backlight Adjustment Button
Taking a Snapshot of the Video
Procedure This function allows you to take a snapshot (still picture) of a particular live video. When you take a snapshot, it appears in a new browser window.
When you click on the camera icon, the still picture at the time you took the snapshot appears in a new window.
Because a new still picture is captured when you click the camera icon, the still picture displayed may be fractionally later than the moment you clicked the icon. Under copyright law, video or still pictures photographed by the viewer cannot be used for any purpose other than personal enjoyment without prior permission from the copyright holder. For Windows XP SP2 users, you may not be able to use the camera icon to take snap shots. If so, hold down the Ctrl key on the keyboard and click the camera icon or follow the instructions on the displayed Information Bar to disable the pop-up blocker.
Printing and Saving a Still Picture
The Viewer for Java does not have functions for printing or saving the video displayed. However, you can use the Snapshot function to save and print video as a still picture. 1 Take a snapshot of the video you want to print or save. 2 Use the Save or Print function in your Web browser to save or print the still picture.
There are two types of Viewer for Java ( p.6). The following is a description of Glimpse. The Glimpse viewer is a light-weight Viewer for Java. It has a short download time as it has no camera control functions and only displays video images. This viewer is useful for viewing videos from multiple sites, as shown below. Viewer for Java
The Glimpse viewer is used only for viewing video; it does not include camera control functions.
This chapter describes the preparations required for using the Viewer for PC and explains how to use the viewer.
Starting Up Independently
Double-click the icon created on the Desktop. It can also be started up by choosing it from the Start menu: Start | Programs | WebView Livescope | Viewer for PC. No connection to the camera server ( p.29) is made when the Viewer for PC is started up independently.
Connecting to the Camera Server
When you use the Viewer for PC to connect to the camera server and monitor, if the Viewer for PC was started up from the Web browser, it automatically connects to the camera server. But if the Viewer for PC was started up independently, you need to specify the camera server or select a registered camera server. You can also change the connection target to another camera server while you are still connected to one camera server, or start up multiple Viewer for PCs and connect each one to a different camera server.
Specifying a Connection Target and Connecting
Choose Connect from the File menu.
The Camera server address settings dialog box appears. Enter each item and click OK to make a connection to the camera server.
Host Name Specify the IP address of the camera server Video connection settings [Auto] [WV-TCP] [WV-HTTP] Select whether to connect to the camera server using auto selection, or to connect using the WebView-TCP or WebView-HTTP protocol. When connecting with auto selection, the viewer automatically selects the optimum protocol and connects to the camera server. If you are connecting to the camera server from inside a firewall, select WebView-HTTP ( pp.44, 45). [Video] [Camera Control] [HTTP] Specify the port numbers of the camera server. These are the values specified on the camera server. They can normally be used with the default settings. Audio connection [Receive audio data] Select to receive audio when audio has been transmitted. (For cameras which have an audio function.) Click Option to open the Camera server address settings options dialog box. Here you can register sites. Click OK to return to the Camera server address settings dialog box.
Add to camera site list When this is ticked, camera server information that was entered is registered in the viewer, and you can view video by simply selecting it from the selection box. Once ticked, in the Nickname field enter the name with which you want to register.
Selecting a Registered Camera Server and Connecting
Procedure Select the connection target from the site selection box. The camera servers displayed here are sites that were registered by selecting Add to camera site list when a connection was made by specifying a connection target, or registered using the Register Connected Site button ( p.39). See p.47 for details on registering or changing a server.
Procedure Choose Disconnect from the File menu, or close the Viewer window to exit.
If you connect to a site containing user access restrictions, you will be asked to enter a user name and a password. Enter the correct user name and password to complete the connection. (Refer to the Users Manual of the camera server.)
Using the Viewer for PC
The Viewer for PC provides a GUI that allows you to change the camera angle, zoom ratio and backlight adjustment settings.
Viewer for PC Screen
The functions of the GUI displayed when the Viewer for PC starts up are briefly described below.
Video Source Size Change Button The right-hand button makes the displayed video source one level smoother, while the left-hand button makes it one level coarser. Making the image coarser increases the frame rate, while making it smoother improves the video quality. Full Screen Mode Button Displays the video at full-screen size. Press the [Esc] key to return to the original video size. Pause/Resume Button Pauses video during play, or starts play if currently stopped. Register Connected Site Button Lets you register a camera site during connection. Audio Settings Button Lets you set audio functions.
* Only displayed if the camera is connected to a camera server that supports the Audio function.
Site Selection Box Lets you connect to a registered camera site by selecting it here. Camera Selection Box Can be used to select the camera when multiple cameras are connected to the camera server. Tilt Scroll Bar Used to change the camera tilt angle (up and down movement).
* Not available with the VB-C50Fi
Camera Control Status Window Used to display camera control information (Camera controllable, Camera not controllable, Awaiting turn, Remaining camera control time). Start Control Button Used to acquire camera control privileges. Backlight Adjustment Button Compensates for backlighting. Useful when the video appears dark due to backlighting. Click the button again to cancel. Preset Selection Box Allows you to control the camera by selecting preset camera positions registered beforehand on the camera server. Pan Scroll Bar Used to change the camera pan angle (left and right movement).
The black frame indicates the range of movement for the camera center. The camera center cannot be moved outside this frame. The blue frame indicates the area currently being photographed by the camera when you do not hold camera control privileges. When you are granted control privileges, this changes to a yellow frame. This frame not only indicates the area being photographed by the camera, but you can also control the camera pan and tilt by dragging the entire frame around and control the camera zoom by dragging the edge of the frame to change its size.
Although multiple clients can simultaneously connect to the camera server, multiple clients cannot simultaneously control the camera. Consequently, control privileges has been introduced by which only the client who currently holds the control privileges can control the camera. The use of backlight adjustment and presets is also limited to the client who currently holds the control privileges. Procedure
Click the [Start Control] button to acquire control privileges.
Camera control status window
The display changes depending on the camera control status. Camera is not controlled. You can retain control privileges even though your period of exclusive control has expired. This is because there are no camera control requests from other clients. For some reason, you have been disconnected from the camera control server, you could not connect to the camera control server at startup, or your connection was not permitted. The status display panel turns red.
Awaiting control privilege reservation. The number beside the person icon shows the estimated time until control privileges are granted. However, you may be granted control privileges before this number reaches 0 because other users may cancel camera control or withdraw from the queue. You have been granted control privileges. The number beside the clock icon is your period of exclusive control.
Procedure Move the button on the Pan Scroll Bar or Tilt Scroll Bar. The camera angle changes to match the position of the scroll bar buttons. Also, if you click a point on the image, the camera moves so that the point you clicked becomes the center of the video.
Zoom Scroll Bar Move the button up to zoom in (telephoto). Move the button down to zoom out (wideangle).
Changing the Video Source Size
Procedure If multiple video source sizes are specified on the camera server, these buttons can be used to select the size used for display. Changing the video source size does not change the size of the video displayed.
* The effects of the Video Source Size Change Button may not be reflected in all camera servers or settings.
Makes the video source one level coarser (faster frame rate). Makes the video source one level smoother (better video quality).
Using Full-Screen Mode
Procedure You can use this function to view the video displayed at full-screen size. If you click the [FullScreen Mode] button and then click [OK] in the confirmation dialog box that appears, the video appears at full-screen size. To revert to the original video size, press the [Esc] key. If you click the right mouse button while in full-screen mode, a pop-up menu appears from which you can choose to return to the original video size or pop up the panorama window on the current video.
Specifies the print position for the image. Ticking this checkbox prints camera parameters such as the pan and tilt angles with the image.
Dialog boxes can be displayed that show the video, connection and camera information. To view this information, select Video Information, Connect Information, Camera Information or Network from the View menu.
Frame rate Received frame rate Size Data capacity per frame Captured image size Height and width of the video data being received Compression type Servers video compression method
Protocol WebView-TCP or WebView-HTTP Video [WV-TCP] IP address of camera server:port number Camera control [WV-TCP] IP address of camera server:port number Video/Camera [WV-HTTP] IP address of camera server:port number Proxy Proxy usage information Local time Local time on the camera server (GMT)
Pan Current camera pan angle Tilt Current camera tilt angle Zoom Current camera zoom (viewing angle) value BackLightMode Current backlight adjustment ON/OFF status CameraModel Model of the camera
Indicator (camera mark) Video data network band Indicator (speaker mark) Audio reception network band
* Not displayed if Audio is not connected.
Restrict video data You can control the video data band traffic.
Viewer for PC Settings
This chapter describes how to specify the software environment settings for the Viewer for PC.
From the Setup Properties window, you can specify a range of settings governing the operation of the Viewer for PC. Normally, there is no need to alter these settings.
Starting protocol Setting
Specify whether connection to the camera server is to be made using the WebView-TCP protocol or the WebView-HTTP protocol. Procedure Select Setup Properties from the View menu.
Select protocols from the Options at starting with WVH file in the Starting protocol tab. Auto select connection Use this setting when you do not know the details of the connection environment. When this option is selected, the viewer first tries to connect using WebView-TCP and then tries WebView-HTTP. WV-TCP protocol connection This setting uses the WebView-TCP protocol used specifically by WebView for TCP connections. To penetrate firewalls with this protocol, a dedicated application gateway is required.
WV-HTTP protocol connection This setting uses the WebView-HTTP protocol, which is the WebView protocol that conforms to the ordinary HTTP standard. The HTTP proxy can be used as is and the firewall can be passed. Receive audio data Remove the tick if you do not want to receive audio data.
Viewing video from behind a firewall
To view video from behind a firewall using the WebView-HTTP protocol, you must specify the HTTP proxy settings. You can set the same settings as the HTTP proxy specified in your Web browser. If you want to access video from behind a firewall, select WV-HTTP protocol. (See P.45 for details.)
Situation Message Details Solution
At connection cant connect version mismatched The camera server is a different version. Clear the Web browser cache.
At connection cant connect The viewer cannot connect to the camera server. There is a coding error in the Web page used for video distribution, or there is a problem on the camera server. Check with the administrator of the video distribution Web page.
Situation Message Details
During camera control privileges acquisition couldnt get camera control The limit on the number of people queuing for camera control privileges has been exceeded. Access to the camera server is apparently overcrowded. Wait some time and then try again to acquire control privileges.
At connection camera control is disabled The viewer cannot connect to the camera control server. This is normal operation because camera control is prohibited by the camera server.
At connection camera is off-line or abnormal The connected camera is switched off or the RS cable is not connected. There is a problem with the camera server (with the camera power supply or the RS cable connection). Check with the administrator of the camera server.
At disconnection disconnected The connection time limit has expired or the connection was cut due to restart processing on the camera server. To reconnect, reload (refresh) the Web page in your Web browser.
Viewer for PC Error Messages
Situation Message Details Solution At connection No response from video server. The viewer could not connect to the video server. There is a coding error in the Web page used for video distribution, or there is a problem on the camera server. Check with the administrator of the camera server.
At connection Network is busy. Please try again later. The limit on the number of video server connections has been exceeded. Access to the camera server is apparently overcrowded. Wait some time and then try again to acquire control privileges.
At connection No response from camera control server. You can use video only. The viewer could not connect to the camera control server.
This is normal operation because camera control is prohibited by the camera server.
At connection Couldnt get camera control privileges. The limit on the number of people queuing for camera control privileges has been exceeded. Access to the camera server is apparently overcrowded. Wait some time and then reconnect.
At connection You do not have video server access privileges. There is a restriction applied in the camera server settings that limits the IP addresses of clients allowed to connect. This is normal operation. This situation is set up by the camera server administrator.
At connection Camera switched off or faulty. The connected camera is switched off or the RS cable is not connected. There is a problem with the camera server (with the camera power supply or RS cable connection).
At connection Invalid WVH file. There was an error in the information in the WVH file.
There is a coding error (WVH file) in the Web page used for video distribution, or there is a problem on the camera server. Check with the administrator of the web page.
At disconnection Disconnected The connection time has expired or the connection was cut due to restart processing on the camera server. Restart your Viewer for PC.
At connection Audio connection not possible Audio connection not authorized on the server side, or the device does not have an audio connection function. Check with the camera server administrator.
Allowing Java to be used 10 Panorama window 19,20,34,35 Pausing and restarting video display 38 Preset selection box 17,21,32,36 Proxy 13,44
Backlight adjustment 17,22,32,38
Saving and printing still pictures 40 Setup properties 44 Snapshot (still pictures) 23 Start control button 17,18,32,33 Starting protocol setting 44 Startup display size setting 46
Camera angle 19,34 Camera control 18,33 Camera control status display 18,33 Camera information display 42 Camera selection box 16,21,31,36 Camera zoom ratio 20,35 Connection information display 42 Control privileges 18,33
Tilt scroll bar 16,19,31,34
Full-screen mode 37
Video information display 41 Viewer for Java 5,6,8,10 Viewer for PC 5,7,8,26 Video Source size change buttons 16,31
Glimpse 6,24 Glimpse screen 24
WebView Livescope MV 26 When you are connected to a LAN 12 WV-HTTP protocol 29,44,45,48 WV-TCP protocol 29,44,48 WVH 27,44
LiveApplet 6,16 LiveApplet screen 16
MIME type 27
Zoom scroll bar 16,20,32,35
Network display 42
Pan scroll bar 17,19,32,34 Panorama view button 16,32
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CANON WEBVIEW LIVESCOPE SYSTEM
VB-C60 (Silver) VB-C60B (Black)
ANALOG PTZ CAMERAS
VC-C50i / iR
Network Video Recording Software VK-64/16
VB-C50i / iR
VB-C60 (Silver) Class-leading 40x Optical Zoom VB-C60B (Black) PTZ network camera
Full Pan and Tilt Control 40x Optical Zoom / 56 Viewing Angle Image Stabilization Superior Low-Light Performance Auto Day/Night Mode Switching Shade Correction Function Two-Way Audio Motion Detection Notification Power over Ethernet
IMAGE STABILIZATION FOR STEADY IMAGES
Image stabilization reduces motion blur to give you sharply focused images. Useful against building vibration or locations with strong winds.
HIGH QUALITY PROGRESSIVE SCAN VIDEO
By utilising the powerful Canon DIGIC NET processor, the VB-C60 can handle simultaneous encoding of Motion-JPEG and MPEG-4 video in high-quality VGA (640 x 480) at a full 30 frames per second, perfect for live video monitoring. Unlike conventional network cameras that use the interlaced scan format, the VB-C60 captures video images in progressive scan to deliver smooth, high-quality images of moving subjects.
40x OPTICAL ZOOM WITH 56 HORIZONTAL FIELD OF VIEW
SUPERIOR LOW-LIGHT PERFORMANCE
SHADE CORRECTION FUNCTION
A bright lens, high-sensitivity CCD, and Canon's imaging engine all work together to provide exceptional low-light performance. This ensures clear visibility of subjects in all kinds of surroundings and lighting conditions.
Boasting an unmatched 40x optical zoom lens, the VB-C60 makes it effortless to view close-ups of the smallest details. The wide field of view enables it to capture more of the scene than conventional models.
Specially useful for backlit scenes, shade correction adjusts only the dark areas of the image to provide optimum contrast without sacrificing image quality.
MOTION DETECTION NOTIFICATION
SELECTABLE SETTINGS TO MATCH ENVIRONMENT
A first for network cameras, the VB-C60 offers 3 metering modes (centre-weighted, averaged, spot), 7 levels of exposure compensation, and several white balance / light source options. Whatever the environment the camera is in, you are guaranteed the highest possible image quality.
When subject motion is detected or if the network camera's external sensor is triggered, it can be programmed to automatically send the captured images to an email address or to a mobile phone.
VK-LITE V2.0 SOFTWARE
There's no need to buy any additional software. The VB-C60 comes bundled with the VK-Lite v2.0 application that lets you monitor, record, and playback images from up to four cameras on one screen.
Versatile and powerful wide-angle PTZ network camera
Ultra-wide Pan and Tilt Control High-Quality Videos up to 30fps Progressive Scan Video 2.4x Optical Zoom / 70 Viewing Angle Night Mode with Built-In IR Auto Day / Night Mode Switching Two-Way Audio Power over Ethernet
All-in-one PTZ network cameras for high-performance security monitoring
26x Optical Zoom Pan and Tilt Two-Way Audio Motion Detection Auto Tracking Shade Correction Function Low-Light Performance Night Mode with Built-In IR
ULTRA-WIDE PAN AND TILT
With an extremely wide pan and tilt range, the VB-C300 can provide coverage for a full 360 horizontal field of view with a pan range of 170. Viewing angle can also be easily adjusted via PC. Quick auto-focus gives you exceptionally clear images even during panning, tilting or zooming.
Thanks to a high-sensitivity CCD, the VB-C300 captures clear, noise-free colour video up to 30 fps even in dim conditions. Auto Day & Night Mode switching enables the camera to alternate between colour capture in daylight and light-senstitive black & white video capture in dark conditions.
SUPERIOR OPTICS PERFORMANCE
Utilising a genuine Canon 26x power zoom lens with 12x digital zoom, the VB-C50i and VB-50iR produce close-up images with exceptional detail, ensuring a higher level of surveillance from a distance.
70 WIDE ANGLE AF ZOOM LENS
The VB-C300's Genuine Canon auto-focus lens and a wide 70 horizontal angle of view, the VBC300 is ideal for monitoring both tight spaces and large sites.
SIMULTANEOUS TWO-WAY AUDIO
The VB-C300 can transmit audio in real-time both to and from an authorised networked PC. This allows administrators to listen in on a camera site, make announcements, or do both at the same time.
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EXCELLENT PTZ CONTROL WITH AUTO TRACKING
Both cameras feature a remote controlled Pan and Tilt mechanism with a wide 200 pan and 120 tilt range. Auto tracking gives the camera the ability to pan and tilt once motion is detected and captures this movement automatically.
NIGHT MODE FEATURE AND BUILT-IN INFRARED LIGHT
A special Night Mode feature with built-in infrared light* allows the camera to capture clear black and white even in complete darkness.
*Maximum projection range of infrared light is approx. 3m. Built-in infrared light cannot be used with a dome housing.
PROGRESSIVE SCAN VIDEO
By using Progressive Scan technology that delivers smoother and higher quality images, the VB-C300 is able to clearly capture details such as facial features or licence plate numbers even on moving objects.
HIGH PERFORMANCE DATA TRANSFER
The VB-C300 can deliver smooth and high quality videos up to 30 fps frame rate to multiple clients, unlike conventional network cameras that typically experience a drop in frame rate with an increase network load.
HIGH QUALITY VIDEO CAPTURE WITH SMOOTH NETWORK TRANSMISSION
The cameras are capable of capturing video at up to 30 frames per second (bandwidth permitting) and has a 400K pixel CCD for smooth, high quality video. Video quality and frame rate can be set freely to suit the network bandwidth, producing natural, life-like images.
POWER OVER ETHERNET
The VB-C300 supports the IEEE 802.3af standard for Power over Ethernet technology, allowing it to receive both data and power through a single LAN cable. 6
COMPACT DOME HOUSING
A compact dome housing makes the VB-C300's appearance more discrete from the outside without impeding the camera's view from within. Available in clear or smokey grey.
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COMPACT, FLEXIBLE AND USER-FRIENDLY
A compact and discreet design allows for highly effective surveillance. Only a power supply and a connection to your existing LAN are required to start streaming live video. The end result is an all-in-one network camera solution that offers full, flexible and easy interactive control for users.
Compact PTZ network cameras for general monitoring and surveil ance
Full Pan and Tilt Control 26x Optical Zoom / 42 Viewing Angle Night Mode with Built-In IR Two-Way Audio (with VB-EX50) Motion Detection
Stylishly compact network camera with motion detection
26x Optical Zoom / 42 Viewing Angle Night Mode with Built-In IR Two-Way Audio (with VB-EX50) Motion Detection Power over Ethernet
26x OPTICAL ZOOM / 12x DIGITAL ZOOM
These cameras are equipped with a 26x optical zoom lens that makes it possible to capture clear, highresolution images. A further 12x digital zoom can be utilised to enlarge the image being displayed.
26x OPTICAL ZOOM
The VB-C50FSi features a genuine Canon zoom lens with 26x optical zoom, making it perfect for monitoring large facilities.
LOW-LIGHT IMAGE CAPTURE
With a high-sensitivity CCD and a f/1.6 lens that is one of the fastest in its class, the VC-C50i and VC-C50IR are ideal for capturing images or surveillance purposes in low-light environments.
VERSATILE AND FLEXIBLE CONTROL
A precision pan/tilt mechanism minimises shaking and vibration while the camera's angle enables it to be used in any environment. It can be controlled via a PC connection or an optional remote control.
EXCEPTIONAL LOW-LIGHT PERFORMANCE
VERSATILE MOUNTING POSITIONS
NIGHT MODE FEATURE & BUILT-IN INFRARED LIGHT
AUDIO OUTPUT CAPABILITY
Offering superb low-light performance, the VB-C50FSi can capture colour video with as little as 1 lux* of illumination. In addition, noise reduction keeps the image clear at all times.
*Requires shutter speed of 1/30 sec.
Mounting holes on the top and bottom of the camera allows you to position the VB-C50FSi the way you want. It can be installed on a ceiling or wall, or with a tripod to accommodate virtually any room setup.
Using the optional VB-EX50 Multi-Terminal Module, live audio signals can be sent over the network to the camera's location. Can be used to broadcast a warning to intruders or a welcome to visitors. Using the optional VB-EX50 Multi-Terminal Module, live audio signals can be sent over the network to the camera's location. Can be used to broadcast a warning to intruders or a welcome to visitors.
Power over Ethernet technology allows the VB-C50FSi to receive both power and data through a single LAN cable, giving you greater installation flexibility.
VK-64 / 16
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDING SOFTWARE
EASY-TO-USE FREE LAYOUT SCREEN
Menu bar Camera Selection Area
Monitor and record live images from up to 64 camera servers
This highly flexible and easy-to-use program provides a comprehensive solution for all your video monitoring and recording needs. Ideal for largescale locations with multiple cameras, multi-site businesses and any business with data storage at remote locations.
Location selector Zone selector Live Events windows Viewing Area for Video Windows Event indicator
Video Window menu Playback controls Return to Live Video Timeline playhead Camera Name Zoom controls Jump button Extract Video
REMOTE MONITORING AND RECORDING
Using an IP network, video images from multiple cameras can be monitored and recorded from a single location. This feature can also be used to back up data in the event of a fire or other damage where the cameras are located. Up to 35 screens of live or recorded video can be displayed or played back simultaneously. You can also play back while recording or simultaneously play back images recorded at different times.
FLEXIBLE SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Because the VK-64/16 software and Canon WebView network cameras use an Ethernet connection, it is easier to install and add or modify cameras. This makes system building easy for small offices to large enterprises. The VK-64 software can record video from up to 64 cameras simultaneously to a single storage server.
SIMULTANEOUS IMAGE DISPLAY AND PLAYBACK
RECORDS UP TO 64 NETWORK CAMERAS
AUTOMATIC LAYOUT SWITCHING
Layout switching automatically switches the video window layout at a specified interval. It gives you the flexibility of showing critical camera images more frequently and is useful for systems with several network cameras connected. Take control of the camera directly from the live video window or use the camera control panel for quick and easy control.
CUSTOMISABLE VIEWING SCREEN
The number, size and placement of image windows can be freely set in the image display area, allowing you to set screen formats tailored to your needs. They can also be saved for future use.
VERSATILE CAMERA CONTROL
CONVERT RECORDED VIDEO TO QUICKTIMETM
The software makes it easy to convert up to an hour of recorded video into a QuickTimeTM file, which you can email to others.
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