Use the Research view to search all recorded event images at once. You can filter the results by event type, that is, by bell events or by motion events to get a quick overview. Or you can reduce the results to the event you have marked as "important" in the Playback view. The search results are displayed as preview images including camera name, timestamp and type of event trigger. Note that you can play back the recording to an event directly from the event image. Double-click on the event image to open the Playback view and to start playing back the recording.
Note: The Research view is not available for MOBOTIX MOVE cameras and third-party cameras that provide an ONVIF S-compatible interface. For an overview of how the camera functions differ, see Camera Feature Overview.
Open the Camera bar by clicking on the upper gray frame border. Drag and drop the camera image of the desired camera into the image area of the view. The event images of this camera are displayed.
Another option is to: You can also drag and drop the desired camera image from the Device bar.
Loading Additional Event Images
Sometimes, the number of recordings of a camera is quite large. In such a case, loading all event images would take very long. To avoid this, only the latest events are loaded by default. However, you can manually load the remaining images. Click on Load More to do so.
Open the Group or Camera bar by clicking on the upper gray frame border. Click on the frame border again to switch to the camera Group view. Drag&drop the icon image of the desired camera group into the display area of the view. The event images of the individual cameras in the camera group are displayed.
Another option is to: You can also drag and drop the desired camera group from the Device bar.
Initially, the event images of the selected cameras are sorted by time. You can filter the view according to event types.
Open the dialog for the respective event type by right-clicking on the corresponding icon in the Command bar. Then select one or more events. The display of events is filtered according to the selection.
|MxActivitySensor||Triggered by continuous movement of people or objects in certain image areas.|
|Video Motion Sensor||Triggered by movements in predefined motion windows.|
|Behavioral Detection||The sensor reacts to different behavior profiles of the tracked objects in the image. Triggered by deviations from the recorded behavioral profiles.|
|Shock Detector||Triggered by shocks on the camera (e.g., vandalism).|
|Illumination||Triggered by exceeding or falling below the specified illumination.|
|Microphone||Triggered by exceeding the set volume of the sounds picked up by the microphone.|
|PIR Sensor||The passive infrared sensor registers objects with a heat signature moving within the sensor area. Triggered by exceeding the set threshold.|
|Temperature||Triggered by exceeding or falling below certain temperature thresholds.|
||Action Group Termination||Triggered by the completed execution of an action group.|
|Custom Signal State||Triggered by state changes of user-defined signals.|
|Recording||Triggered by state changes of the recording (start, end, etc.).|
|IP Receive||Triggered by receiving a network message via TCP/IP.|
|MxMessageSystem||Triggered by receiving a message from the MxMessageSystem via the MxBus or from the network.|
||Event Counter||Triggered by the quantitative evaluation of other events.|
|Logical AND Event||Triggered by the simultaneous occurrence of multiple events.|
|Event Logic||Triggered by the order of occurrence of events.|
||Signal Input||The camera's signal inputs can trigger events. For example, you can connect the door bell with the signal input so that an event is triggered when the bell is rung.|
|User Click||Triggered by clicking on the User Click softbutton.|
||Periodic Event||Triggered by periodically recurring events.|
|Random Event||Triggered by a random time with a predefined expected frequency.|
|Time Task Event||Triggers at fixed points in time.|
|Ringing event||Triggered by activation of the door bell.|
|Mailbox Message||Triggered by leaving a voice mailbox message.|
|Door Station Events||Triggered by opening the door.|
|RFID Card Rejected||Triggered by the use of an invalid RFID card.|
|PIN denied||Triggered by entering a wrong PIN.|
When browsing event images, you can right-click on an image to mark the event as "important." The same applies to events that you have marked as "important" in the Playback view or in the Alarm bar: You can view them as a collection in the Research view.
You can watch the recording of an event directly in the event image (instant playback). To do so, move the mouse pointer over the image. Three icons appear. Click on to start the playback.
Hint: A click into the image after starting the playback opens the recording in full screen mode in the current program window.
You can also play back the recording in the Playback view. To do so, move the mouse pointer over the event image. Click on to switch to the Playback view.