Evidence Manager Tutorial 66:

De-warping MVC-9710 Images

TOC

CH1: Overview

CH2: Configuring Evidence Manager

CH3: Managing Devices

CH4: Managing Docking Stations

CH5: Managing Evidence

CH:6 Using Evidence Player

CH7: EM Redaction

CH8: Reference Reads

Before You Begin

Before de-warping images from your MVC-9710 camera, ensure that:

  • You have the details, for example name, of your camera handy. This helps in identifying the camera from the list of cameras associated with the device.
  • Your MVC-9710 camera connects to one of the 7000 series of recorders having Service Pack 3 of the device firmware.
  • Your MVC-9710 camera configuration, specifically assigning an IP address and a device type, is complete. This is done from the on-screen display of the recorder to which the camera connects.

Procedure

To de-warp MVC-9710 images:

  1. Log in to Evidence Manager.
  2. Expand Devices under Device Manager, and find the device of your choice.
  3. Right-click this device, and click Connect. The icon next to the device name turns green, indicating that the device is connected to Evidence Manager.
  4. Enable Evidence Manager to access fisheye images from your MVC-9710:

NOTE: Mandatory Step

Each camera, the videos of which you want to de-warp, must be put into “Fisheye” mode. If this step is not followed, Evidence Manager cannot de-warp videos.

After you perform this step, the camera icon turns green, implying that images from the camera can now be de-warped by Evidence Manager.

    1. Right-click the device, and click Properties.
    2. In the Device Properties window, click the Cameras tab.
    3. In the camera list, find the camera, the images of which you want to de-warp.
    4. In the Fisheye column, select the checkbox that corresponds to yo
  1. To enable audio, right click the camera, and click Enable Audio.
    OR
    Right-click the camera tile that is live, and click Enable Audio.
  2. To play video recorded earlier, move the slider on the playback control to Playback.
    OR
    To play live video, move the slider on the playback control to Live.
  3. Right-click the camera, and click either of the following to change the camera view:

 

Panoramic 180

A 180-degree wide-range video starts playing across two camera tiles.

Panoramic 360

A 360-degree wide-range video starts playing across two camera tiles.

2X2 PTZ

The original fisheye video is split into 4 parts (top view, bottom view, left view, and right view), and starts playing in 4 camera tiles.

Fisheye + 3 PTZ

The original fisheye video plays in one camera tile, and the video is also split across 3 additional tiles. The colored squares on the fisheye camera tile represent the capability to control the video angle in the corresponding tile. Move either of these squares to adjust the position of the corresponding video.

Fisheye + 8 PTZ

The original fisheye video plays in one camera tile, and the video is also split across 8 additional tiles. The colored squares on the fisheye camera tile represent the capability to control the video angle in the corresponding tile. Move either of these squares to adjust the position of the corresponding video.

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Panoramic 360 + 3 PTZ

A 360-degree panoramic video plays in one camera tile, and the video is also split across 8 additional tiles. Eight colored squares on the fisheye camera tile represents the capability to control the video angle in the corresponding tile. Move either of these squares to adjust the position of the corresponding video.

  1. Click OK.

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