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Edit Cameras

Use this menu to view or edit camera details once selected from the camera list including edit camera name or thumbnail, or view camera passwords.

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Title – Customizable camera name, seen on the Camera List and in the Live Screen.

State – Set the camera to Enabled or Disabled.

Enabled: Uses a recording channel license, can be viewed in live and recorded.

Disabled: Does not use a recording channel license and cannot be viewed in live or recorded.

Associate Camera – Select another camera to transfer camera information to in case of hardware failure or change in camera status.

IP Address – Change Camera IP address and Port number.

Username and Password – Credentials to access camera. Click to view Password. View Default Camera Password.

Area – Associate a camera with an intrusion area.

Enable PTZ/Autofocus – Enable Pan, Tilt, Zoom, (PTZ) capabilities or autofocus on supported cameras. If a camera does not have PTZ capabilities this option will be unavailable.

Hidden Camera – Enable to allow only users with local hidden camera permissions to view this camera.

NOTE: Checking the hidden cameras check box for a specific camera will hide that channel to all local users who do not have hidden camera permissions assigned to their account. These settings can be accessed under General Configuration > User Management > Users. See User Group Permissions for more details.

IP address – Clicking the IP address in this setup window allows direct access to the camera’s web setup for OpenEye cameras.

Synchronize – Manual check of IP device for latest information.

Model – Model of the IP camera or device.

MAC Address – Displays the MAC address of the IP device. Currently only available on Arecont devices.

Firmware Version – Displays the firmware version of the IP device. Currently only available on Arecont devices.

Integration ID – Integration ID is the channel number used in 3rd party integrations over the API.

Update Image – Update the thumbnail image for this camera to the current live view.

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