Motion recording

Choose your device: 

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You can also set the detection area where movements are detected.

 

Use the recorder 

 Drag your mouse pointer to the bottom of the screen and click on the leftmost icon mceclip0.png.

  1. Click on Settings.

  2. Enter your password and click Unlock.

  3. Click on Record and on the sub-item Record Settings.

  4. In the menu that appears, click on the sub-item Record Schedule listed above.
  5. Click on Motion to the right of the weekly schedule displayed.

  6. Mark all the desired squares in the weekly overview with the left mouse button or hold down the left mouse button and mark the whole week, the yellow squares are now marked with "movement".

  7. Click on Copy at the bottom right, then you can transfer the settings to all cameras and days in the following diagram.
  8. After completing the settings, save the selection with Apply.

 

 

Use the computer

  1.  Click on Remote setting mceclip1.png.

  2. Navigate to Record and then Record.

  3. In the menu that appears, click on the sub-item Record Schedule listed above

  4. Click on the Motion item to the right of the weekly schedule displayed.

  5. Mark all the desired squares in the weekly overview with the left mouse button or hold down the left mouse button and mark the whole week, the yellow squares are now marked with "motion".

  6. Click on Save.

 

 

Use the smartphone

  1. Tap Settings mceclip2.png.

  2. Tap on Recorder Settings and then on your recorder.

  3. Select Record Schedule and tap Setting.

  4. Choose your channel, day and recording type "Motion" and press the "+" icon at the bottom. With the "Copy" button you can copy the settings to all channels, days of the week and recording types.

  5. Select your starting and end time and tap Set.

  6. Tap Save to save your settings. For adding additional days press the "+" icon again.

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