The disks in an array are usually configured into smaller sets named RAID groups which provide protection against failure.
The RAID groups define the manner in which the group of physical disks handle data when it is written to the disks within that group. The main aim is that data to be protected.
For this reason, you must create logical unit numbers (LUNs) correctly.
This article describes all the steps that will help you to create LUNs after RAID failure.
In this article you can find the actions you need to do in order to solve the zoom speed for Autodome NDP-7512.
A customer could observe a difference in zoom speed in comparison to the previous generation. HDR was OFF by default in the 7000, But is ON by Default in the 7000i which has effect on the zoom speed. Therefore, disable HDR to obtain the zoom speeds that match the previous generation of the camera.
This article aims to define the way you can display camera video via decoders. Moreover, fifteen different settings scenarios and their effects will be outlined for the live video to be displayed through the decoder.
Currently, most of the cameras are using profiles that are wrong created or profiles that actually belong to legacy cameras like the "excellent" profile.
Therefore, the bitrates to the storage could be exceeded and probably will exceed during match when lot of motion is created.
This article is focused on a method of creating a new profile with own parameters and make this new profile active.
The attached document describes how a Tattile camera can be connected to BVMS and describes the provided functionality in the BVMS operator client. 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.
Security guards as well as operators are all member of this Slack channel and use the channel to collaborate. Guards can use their mobile phones to upload still images or movies to the channel for archiving by the security operators. Security operators are able to send snapshots (directly from BVMS), videos (exported), or chat messages to instruct security guards.
BVMS automatically posts events to the channel and, optionally, can post camera snapshots or short video clips of incidents into the channel automatically.
The attached document provides more insights into the system configuration.
Exporting video with Video Analytics meta data is very useful in the process of optimization of Video Content Analytics performance. One could configure VA, record particular scene and then replay this scene over and over again using different VA configurations.
Moreover the video could be exported and replayed multiple times with different VA configuration settings.
This article describes the different possibilities - BVMS Operator Client and BVMS Viewer, VRM eXpport Wizard, Web Interface of a Bosch Camera. The choice of the tool depends on the way the camera and recording are managed.
In order to start to analyze and optimize Video Analytics settings for particular customer set up, we need initial information and export of example video. The attached paper describes the absolute minimum information we need in order to start analyzing and optimizing Video Analytics performance.
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.
The VRM eXport Wizard 2.10 is now avaiable. 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. or details please check out the attached document.