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Displays

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In this section you can set, how many screens you'd like to use. You can set only as many you have plugged into your computer.

Display settings

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In this section, you can set, which Layout to load in, when you start the application. Here you can enable or disable the transport bar, and whether import the channels from the template or not.

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If you have multiple screens, the menu looks like this.


Warnings

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In this section, you can set, what kind of information you'd like to see about channels placed in the matrix. All settings have 3 states.
Always shown, if selected (Active), or Never shown.

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You can set, if the channel shows live footage, a text label indicates this in the bottom left corner.

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You can set, if the channel shows archive footage, a text label indicates this in the bottom left corner.

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You can set, whether the channel number is shown in the upper left corner or not.

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You can set, whether the channel name is shown in the upper left corner or not.

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You can set, whether the current time is shown in the bottom right corner or not.

Furthermore you can set, if the channel shows live footage, then the last option (current time) is overruled, and whether show background behind labels or not.

Lincense informations

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In this section you can see the information about your license, as well as with the arrow pointing upwards you can create a license update request, so long as with the arrow pointing downwards you can update your license.

Backup - Restore

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The Backup - Restore menu can be reached this way:
Right click on the main screen > Preferences > Menu button > Backup/Restore button

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If you click on the Create backup button, you can create a backup with the help of a pop-up window, where we have to set the path and the the name of backup.

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If you click on the Restore button, you can restore a saved backup with the help of a pop-up window, where we have to find the stored backup, which we' like to use.

Users

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The Users menu can be reached this way:
Right click on the main screen > Preferences > Menu button > Users button

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If you click on the User management button, in a pop-up windows you can add/delete users and user groups.

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If you click on a user, you can edit its username, password and which group he belongs to.

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If you click on a user group, you can edit its name, and which permission the group has.

Controllers

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The Controller settings menu can be reached this way:
Right click on the main screen > Preferences > Menu button > Controller settings button

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You can set, on which button, what kind of operation to execute.
A name, and a selction color can be set here as well.

Logical editor

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The Logical editor can be reached this way:
Right click on the main screen > Preferences > Menu button > Logical editor button

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With the logical editor we can easily create automated events. We can import rules,
and we can create rules on our own, which we can save for later use as well.

We can choose elements from 3 different groups.


Inputs:

  • Physical input - It represents a GPIO.
  • Time input - It generates time impulses.
  • TCP Client - It represents a TCP Client.
  • TCP Petrol - ACIS protocol, essentially it's a TCP Client as well.


Logics:

  • And - Logical "AND", true, if all inputs are true. With the number in the center of the box, we can define how many inputs we'd like.
  • Or - Logical "OR", true, one of the inputs are true. With the number in the center of the box, we can define how many inputs we'd like.
  • XOr - "Exclusive OR", it's like the OR, only here if both inputs are true then the output is false.
  • Not - Inverts the input values (Ture > False, True > False)
  • If true - If the input is ture, executes the procedures after it. If the input is false, it doesn't perform it.
  • If false - If the input is false, executes the procedures after it. If the input is true, it doesn't perform it.
  • On change - If the input changes, executes the procedures after it.
  • Gate - Due to the red logical input transfers from the other input values or not.
  • Switch - Double click it, you can write a little program in it, if it's activated the program executes.
  • Splitter - Splits the input value to multiple outputs. With the number in the center of the box, we can define how many outputs we'd like.
  • Synchronizer - Synchronizes the inputs, and forwards them at the same time. With the number in the center of the box, we can define how many inputs we'd like.
  • Delay - Delays the transfer with the number defined in box. The delay is in seconds.
  • == - Checks equality with the number defined in the box. Returns true/false.
  • < - Checks if the number defined in the box is greater than the input. Returns true/false.
  • <= - Checks if the number defined in the box is greater or equals to the input. Returns true/false.
  • > - Checks if the number defined in the box is smaller than the input. Returns true/false.
  • >= - Checks if the number defined in the box is samller or equals to the input. Returns true/false.


Outputs:

  • Camera preset - Pops a predefined camera preset, if activated.
  • Matrix control - Pops a predefined matrix control, if activated.
  • TCP Client - Same as the input one.
  • ALPR - If activated, starts the Automatic License Plate Recognition service.
  • TTS - If activated, starts the Text to Speach service.
  • MsgBox - If activated, pops a MessageBox.
  • AlarmSound - If activated, starts and AlarmSound.