MxMC offers the possibility to adjust settings directly on the cameras. Some of the configuration options are summarized in the Configuration view under the green Basic Settings tile. This area includes all topics that are important or necessary for commissioning. Unlike "Advanced Features," the basic camera settings do not require a license and are therefore always available.
Note: MOBOTIX MOVE cameras and third-party cameras that provide an ONVIF S-compliant interface cannot be configured using MxMC. For an overview of how the camera functions differ, see Camera Feature Overview.
|Default setting||Associated Parameters|
|General Settings||Arming, Frequency of power supply, Audio source|
|Network||Internal host name, BOOTP/DHCP, Second IP address|
|Time||Automatically synchronize using a time server, Do not adjust automatically|
|Image Settings||Image size, JPEG quality, Camera selection, Display mode, Installation, Exposure window, Exposure program, Max. exposure time|
|MxActivitySensor||Active, Profile name, Event dead time, Edit detection area|
|Recording||Arming, Recording mode|
The controls at the bottom of the configuration view can be used to perform actions such as permanently storing the changed settings or to reset the parameter values to their factory settings.
Normally, the changes in the Configuration view take effect when you type or select the new value. The changes made here are not automatically adopted because they could potentially cause problems with the Network Settings. Instead, the Apply Changes icon in the Command bar turns red, indicating that the change is not yet in effect. To apply your changes, click on .
Storing the Configuration
If parameter values are changed, the Store Configuration icon turns red in the Command bar. Changes to the configuration are always stored in the camera temporarily. To ensure that the current settings are also used after the next restart, the changes must be saved permanently.
Resetting to Factory Settings
The parameter values of the opened tab can be reset to the factory default settings. Click on to do so.
Undoing or Repeating Changes
Click on to undo the last change. Click on to repeat the last change.
The Configuration bar on the right margin offers the possibility to change the settings of several cameras of a group without having to change the camera or the camera group.
If the same value is set for several cameras and you want to change this value, click on the parameter selection field in the Configuration bar. Then change the parameter value for the cameras configured the same way at once.