It is possible to add ONVIF compliant cameras to Bosch Video Management System as live only devices or as VSG devices (then the cameras will also record). This article explains how to add an ONVIF camera as VSG device in full Bosch Video Management System (BVMS 10.1).
We recommend using Bosch Workstations and Servers. They are fully tested and optimized for Bosch Video Management System.
ONVIF camera. Please refer to BVMS - ONVIF Device compatibility for additional information.
PC/ Server/ Workstation
This article lists the initial troubleshooting steps and concrete instructions for collecting logging for issues with ONVIF cameras, added to BVMS system. We will classify the different issue scenarios one can have using ONVIF cameras in BVMS system. Depending on the issue the article lists the required logging to start initial troubleshooting.
The Clear button on the Configuration Manager is designed to clear the codes that are self-generated by the IP firmware or the Configuration Manager itself. Follow the steps below, if you want the "Clear" button from Configuration Manager to able to erase the Alarm task script that are self created by users themselves.
When Central Support Team provide assistance on a specific topic, at some point, customers may be asked to enable the VSG debug logging option.
This article answers the question: Where can you find the "VSG debug logging" option in Configuration Client to enable/ disable it?
Intelligent Insights support controlling Bosch IP cameras by Common Gateway Interface (CGI) commands over HTTP or HTTPS when a threshold of the area fill level, area fill level traffic light or occupancy use case is reached.
Follow the step-by-step guide below and find how you can to setup the threshold actions in Intelligent Insights.
This article describes how a Tattile camera can be connected to BVMS. We recommend keeping the Tattile camera documentation and BVMS configuration manual at hand to fine tune the system configuration to the specific needs of your project
Similar to VRM eXport Wizard 2.0, encrypted and unencrypted VRM recordings can be exported (VRM block export) from any video surveillance system based on Bosch Video Recording Manager (VRM) and exported recordings can be converted to mp4-files.
VRM eXport Wizard 2.10 introduces a new look and feel of the graphical user interface and some UX changes. In general, the VRM eXport wizard is a software tool that allows you to export video directly from the VRM and to convert exported video data to mp4. You can find the VRM eXport wizard setup file in the VRM Master Installer or in the bonus directory of the BVMS zip file.
Exports made with the VRM eXport Wizard 2.10 can be open in BVMS (Viewer) 9.0 or newer. In this document we describe how to use the VRM eXport Wizard for either export of video data and conversion of the exorted video data to mp4. With the VRM eXport Wizard 2.10 encrypted and unencrypted VRM recordings can be exported (VRM block export) from any video surveillance system based on Bosch Video Recording Manager (VRM) and exported recordings can be converted to mp4-files.
Therefore, the VRM eXport Wizard 2.10 offers - similiar to the previous version - the following two options, compare also Figure 1:
Export Video Recording Manger recordings of cameras
Convert already exported data to MP4 files