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    ‎09-10-2020 10:32 AM
    Upcoming with FW 7.10 and CM 6.20, Camera Trainer is a licensable Intelligent Video Analytics module that allows uses to define objects of intereste and train their own detectors for them based on examples of target objects and non-target objects. In contrast to the moving objects detected in general by IVA 7.10, Camera Trainer allows detection of both moving and non-moving objects, separates and immediately classifies them. Training can be done both on live video as well as on recordings available through the respective camera. The resulting detectors can be down- and uploaded for distribution to other cameras. Camera Trainer configuration should be done in Configuration Manager. The attached fact sheet lists the cameras that support Camera Trainer. The attached technical note describes in-depth what Camera Trainer is, how it works, what to use it for and what not, and how to configure it. The configuration is also shown in the following how-to videos: Note: After you license your Camera Trainer, reboot your device. Setup Camera Trainer Camera learning phase with recorded video   Configure Camera Trainer Task   Backup Camera Trainer Configuration - Method 1   Backup Camera Trainer Configuration - Method 2 Setup VCA Masking
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    ‎09-11-2020 09:25 AM
    Related Products Bosch Video Client Question How do I backup the complete BVC configuration in Windows 7? Answer If BVC was installed whilst logged into Windows as the Administrator, go to the following folder: C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Bosch\Vidos. Copy the conf folder. This folder contains the BVC configuration. Note : Backup  configuration only applicable to the specific BVC version during configuration restore.
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    ‎06-18-2020 02:57 PM
    Collect Video SDK Logs for VSDK based applications:
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    ‎05-13-2020 11:22 AM
    The attached technical notes give a short introduction to scripting alarm and counter tasks with Intelligent and Essential Video Analytics in FW 7.60. It also provides a broad selection of example scripts for explanation as well as including real world application examples.
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    ‎09-10-2020 02:59 PM
    +++ Update: new [dns] tag available since PA1.4 +++  The template file can now be extended to using the tag [dns] for importing the DNS server address. This now also allows you to import URLs for the time server address, not only IP addresses. Intro: The Project Assistant offers two ways of importing existing project data: Option 1) Importing a .bpassist file, which was exported from the app at some point and which contains all information and data ever created/entered inside the app for that specific project. Simply select the "Project Assistant" mode >> click "continue" >> and press "import". Option 2) Importing from a tab-separated text file. This option may be useful, if you have existing project data, e.g. in an Excel spreadsheet, which you want to transfer into the Project Assistant for further use. This article deals with option 2 and explains the steps potentially needed before you can refer to the steps explained in the following Youtube video ("Import from file"). Let's assume you already have existing project data prepared in an Excel spreadsheet and you want to transfer that data into a format that can be imported to the Project Assistant Go to the Bosch Security Systems DownloadStore and download the provided template file "example_project_import_report_template.txt" or the NEW Excel file " 2019_02_20_example_project_IMPORT_template.xlsx" , which also includes detailed instructions and explanations on each parameter. Import the .txt template file into Excel by opening the template file with Excel and following these steps:  Select "delimited" as well as "My data has headers." Select "Tab" in the Delimiters section and finish up the Excel import by pressing "Finish". INSTEAD, you can also use the NEW Excel file, where you can avoid the above described initial import step of the .txt file.   [Option A] According to the provided data columns, copy and paste your existing data from your initial spreadsheet file into the template file (you do not need to populate every column of the template) [Option B] This option works the other way around. Use the Project Assistant header tags, e.g. [ip], [mac], etc., which you can find in the template file and add these tags to the column headers in your initial Excel spreadsheet (cf. screenshot below). The Project Assistant is capable of searching the .txt import file for these tags and of filtering out the corresponding columns (no matter the order of the columns). Go to "Save As" in Excel and save the newly populated template file as a "Unicode Text (*.txt")" file   Transfer the file to where you can find it with the Project Assistant and start the app Create a new project Set a password for the project itself as well as default passwords for the cameras that you would like to assign That's it - Now it is time to refer to the Youtube video mentioned above Enjoy using the Project Assistant and feel free to share your feedback with us!   Note: By the way, the column tagged [info] in the tab-separated file corresponds to the "comments" text box in the app. So if you have any information that helps you describe the camera better, e.g. where it is to be mounted, you can add this info in the corresponding cell of the respective camera. 
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    ‎09-03-2019 01:41 PM
    Dear users, have you ever wondered how to best transition from the Project Assistant to (B)VMS? This article aims at providing you a recommendation and the answer is quite simple: Use the Project Assistant to its full extent and once the cameras are connected to the target network, perform a network scan using the BVMS Configuration Client, to add the respective cameras to the system. The remaining fine-grained settings can then be tackled within BVMS.  For details, please check out the attached presentation. Let us know, if you have further questions and share your comments below. Best regards, Your Bosch Security App Team    
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    ‎05-16-2018 09:22 PM
    Related Products DHR 700 series DNR 700 series H.264 SD IP cameras   Question How can I record SD H.264 cameras in Main Profile (MP)?   Answer For the IP cameras disable the setting "SD display on local monitor required" - then the camera is disabled for live viewing but it is recorded in MP and can been seen via the BVC.
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    ‎05-14-2018 06:27 PM
    This article guides you through the process of activating Bosch VMS Audio Intercom functionality on Windows 7.
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    ‎05-16-2018 09:36 PM
    Related Products Bosch Video Management System   Issue When opening a new Image pane in Live Mode, the camera image is discolored, i.e. there is a green cast or the image is displayed in black and white. When viewing the same camera image with the webbrowser, the live image is properly colored.   Solution Update the graphics card driver. Refer to BVMS release notes: they list the recommended graphics card driver versions to be used. 
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:16 PM
    Related Products VRM Question Can I import Direct-to-iSCSI recordings into VRM? Answer No. iSCSI arrays used in Direct-to-iSCSI recording mode must be formatted when imported into VRM.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:31 PM
    Related Products DiBos version 8.0 to 8.7 BRS version 8.8 and later   Question How to configure LDAP in DiBos / BRS?   Answer See attached 8 screenshots which guide through the LDAP configuration. Known restrictions on the AD: - users and user groups must be located in the same directory in the AD - DiBos / BRS supports max. 1000 user groups in the AD - Comma separated user (ex. User, John) are not supported.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:33 PM
    Connections and programming for VIP X1XF and VG5 600 Dome.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:39 PM
    This article guides you through the process of installing the BVMS Logbook Health Checker. The Bosch VMS Logbook Health Checker is a tool that is capable of fixing the overflow of the Bosch VMS Logbook database before it occurs.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:40 PM
    This will let you call up cameras on an Allegiant monitor output across the network to a remote site.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:42 PM
    In Bosch VMS it is possible to assign an LDAP user group to a Bosch VMS user group. This article describes why it is important to not assign the same LDAP user group to multiple Bosch VMS user groups.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:46 PM
    Related Products - VJD-3000 Question How to display MPEG 4 video on VIDEOJET decoder 3000 ? Answer No. VIDEOJET decoder 3000 is only capable of decoding H.264 video.
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    ‎05-21-2018 08:47 PM
    Can I upgrade existing BVMS Pro system to a BVMS Enterprise system?
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    ‎06-18-2018 11:59 AM
    If BVMS and VRM are installed on the same machine, it is needed to change the TCP Port of the VRM Monitor.
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    ‎06-18-2018 09:56 AM
     This article describes how to collect log files and configuration of IP cameras, encoders and decoders. 
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    ‎03-21-2019 11:14 AM
    Related Products: BVMS Operator Client, BRS Overview: BVMS CS gets from BRS the camera states and the events. BVMS OC connects to BRS for camera live view and playback. The BVMS OC to BRS connection is DCOM based (BVMS CS to BRS connection - either web services or DCOM). Troubleshooting and information providing steps: 1. Connectivity issues between BVMS OC and BRS. We speak for BVMS OC to BRS connectivity issue when: BVMS CC scans the BRS and BVMS CS gets the camera states and events (red dot on camera icon when the camera is recording for example) but BVMS OC get no live view or playback from the BRS cameras.      Step 1.  Check if the cameras are correctly configured in BRS and that BRS itself gets live view and recording from the cameras Step 2. DCOM "ConnectionServer" is not registered correctly. "dcomcnfg.exe" navigate to "Component Services - Computers - My Computer - DCOM Config" check if entry "ConnectionServer" is listed. if there is no such entry, register the ConnectionServer out of the installation dir. Open console and navigate to the BVMS installation DCOM directory, e.g. C:\Porgram files (x86)\Bosch\VMS\DCOM type "ConnectionServer.exe /regserver" - press enter refresh DCOMconfig window and check if entry "ConnectionServer" is listed. Restart OC and BRS cameras should work. Step 3. Check and correct the DCOM settings on OC. start dcomcnfg go to Computer and then to MyComputer right click on MyComputer and open properties switch to DCOM-Security Go one after other to both tabs "Edit Limits" and for the accounts "Everyone" and "Anonymous" check all the checkers under the option "Allow" restart the PC   2. BVMS OC doesn’t get BRS cameras Live View, but playback from the same cameras works. Reproduce the issue, note the date and time. Is there other BVMS OC machine where the liveview works as expected? Is the live view working in BRS itself? provide the answer to the above questions and the BVMS OC Configuration Collector Logs to technical support   3. BVMS OC doesn’t get playback from BRS cameras, but gets live view from the same cameras Does the BVMS OC find the time line of the recording? Is it possible to get the playback of the camera on the BRS Appliance itself? Is there other BVMS OC machine where the playback works as expected? Is the playback working in BRS itself? Reproduce the issue provide the answer to the above questions and the BVMS OC Configuration Collector Logs to technical support
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