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    ‎03-30-2020 02:50 PM
    Question How can I use "virtual" cameras to demonstrate BVMS? Answer Demonstrating a video surveillance system typically requires a couple of cameras. However, when you only have a couple of cameras, the screen can look boring and empty. Did you know you can use the video streaming gateway to pull in any online JPEG picture as a camera into BVMS? This makes your demonstration more interesting! Additionally, you can set-up your own webserver and host customer JPEG images yourself. You can find a warehouse example below, fully based on JPEG based static images. The attached document describes how to configure JPEG cameras.
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    ‎03-30-2020 11:46 AM
    Question My customers asks me to store the field of view of the cameras connected to BVMS. Is there an easy way to achieve this without opening every camera manually? Answer The embedded BVMS script engine makes this easy to achieve. The attached document explains how to achieve this and included an example script.
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    ‎05-16-2018 09:15 PM
    This article illustrates how to avoid timeouts in the "jump to next"/"jump to previous" functionality for recordings.
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    4 weeks ago
    This article describes how to create a Certification Authority (CA) signed certificates for multiple cameras and distribute the CA certificate to multiple workstations. The attached step-by-step description was created for setting up BVMS recording authenticity feature in large systems.
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    ‎03-30-2020 11:34 AM
    Question How does BVMS 10.0.1 (or newer) configure the firewall during the installation of the system? Answer The firewall configuration dialog is a fixed step in the setup process and will allow automatic configuration of all required firewall settings to run BVMS. The applied rules and settings can be found in the readable command script file "C:\Program Files\Bosch\VMS\bin\FirewallConfig.cmd". The firewall rules that have been applied with the setup cannot be reverted and must be manually changed/removed if required.
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