Honeywell K5404V9 All in One Printer User Manual

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Fig. 8. Live session: connection icons ( ) appear on the site list. 2–3
Fig. 9. Live video feed, from a camera named ‘side entrance’, at a site called
‘Foucault facility, 232’. 2–3
Fig. 10. Locating commands to manage video feeds. 2–5
Fig. 11. The “View” menus: a “main” one, in the View window, and in each player. 2–5
Fig. 12. Video Smoothing is off by default, to avoid taxing slower PCs. 2–6
Fig. 13. Globally customizing the time reference. 2–8
Fig. 14. Customizing the time reference for a session. 2–8
Fig. 15. Microsoft Windows’ screen area settings. Note the change in size of the
camera windows, as the screen area changes—a camera is highlighted for
comparison. More cameras can be seen, at higher resolutions (here five
cameras at 320×240 resolution) when a recommended setting is used. At
settings that are not recommended, video can still be viewed, though some
camera windows appear to extend beyond the monitor’s surface. 2–9
Fig. 16. Menu available in a camera window during a Live session. 2–11
Fig. 17. Resolution gauge for NTSC cameras: one of five resolutions is
dynamically assigned. 2–11
Fig. 18. Resolution gauge for PAL: one of four resolutions is dynamically assigned. 2–11
Fig. 19. Meter in resolution gauge: Camera window is stretched from smaller
than optimal size to optimal size. 2–12
Fig. 20. The resolution gauge reports how far or close a camera window is from
optimal size. 2–12
Fig. 21. Changing the size at which Camera windows appear. 2–13
Fig. 22. Video feed from older unit appears in a smaller camera window. 2–15
Fig. 23. Using the mouse to control PTZ cameras. As you move the mouse-
pointer through a PTZ camera window, the pointer changes to a white octagon
or to an arrow with a number. 2–16
Fig. 24. As a Retrieval session is established, connection icons ( ) appear on
the tree listing the sites. 3–2
Fig. 25. Playback toolbar 3–3
Fig. 26. Setting the playback speed slider to ten times the normal speed. 3–3
Fig. 27. Skipping to a later time. 3–4
Fig. 28. Go to viewing video recorded at another date and time 3–4
Fig. 29. The later media indicator resembles a clock face. 3–4
Fig. 30. Obtaining a later media report. 3–5
Fig. 31. Image size: menu and report, available in a camera window during a
Retrieval session. 3–7
Fig. 32. Resolution gauge for NTSC: indicates resolution setting for video
recorded by that camera. 3–7