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How to test webcam on your phone?

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G1, iPhone and blackberry and etc.
Try the following URL to test:

http://www.microseven.com/webcam.html

Refresh itself every 3 seconds (or however long you set for your camera. On our demo we recommend 3 second intervals to conserve your phone’s battery power), there are live still images.

http://74.212.249.249:7777/snapshot_ch01.jpg (Static snapshot)

You need to refresh to see the live still image.

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August 27th, 2010 at 1:42 pm

How to adjust CCD sensor by Microseven software?

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Step 1    Open M7CMS, enter User ID and Password, default is admin and password. Main window will pop up.

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Step 2    Right click on video screen to pull up camera short-cut menu or click camera in the camera list, then Camera Setup properties dialog pops up.

Step 3    Go to tab Video > CCD Settings tab.

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Step 4    Set Mirror mode, White Balance, AGC, ALC/ELC, Blacklight compensation, Anti-Scintillation, Color Mode, Grade, Auto IRIS level regulator, Sharpening adjustment, and etc.

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Step 5    Click ‘OK’ to close ‘CCD setup’ pop window.

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August 27th, 2010 at 1:32 pm

How to change image color if video images turn to black and white?

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Step 1    Double-click Network Camera | Microseven icon to open M7CMS.
Enter User ID and Password, our default User ID and Password are ‘admin’ and ‘password’. Main page of window pops up.

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Step 2    Select the camera you need to change color. Right click the video screen to pull up camera short-cut menu or click the camera in the camera list, then theCamera Setup properties dialog pops up.

Step 3    Go to Video > Color to Black & White Setup tab.

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Step 4    Enable this function and set a schedule.

Step 5    Click ‘Apply’ to save and complete setup.

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August 27th, 2010 at 1:07 pm

How to upgrade new firmware?

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Step 1     Click Microseven IP locator icon Network Camera | Microseven , Microseven IP locator window will pop up.

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Step 2 Click on ‘Search’ in Locator.

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Step 3 Highlight on IP address and double click, A pop up window is up.

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Network Camera | Microseven Current default gateway from factory is 192.168.1.1 for our example here. You need to find out your own default gateway to match.
Step 4 Click ‘Browse…’, Open file window pops up, select the lastest version of firmware then click ‘Open’.

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Step 5 Then click on ‘Upgrade’.

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Step 6 Confirmation pop window to ask you if you want to go to next step.

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Step 7 Click ‘Yes’, now wait for update to complete.

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Step 8 You will be notified ‘Firmware upgraded successfully’. Click ‘Close’.

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Step 9 Go back to Microseven camera locator again, do search to check if new version of firmware has been updated.

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August 27th, 2010 at 12:56 pm

How to record video on PC or server?

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Step 1    Open Microseven software, enter User ID and Password, default User ID and Password is admin and password.

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Step 2    Click OK, main page pops up.

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Step 3    Click ‘Schedule Record’ radio button and click ‘Schedule REC Setting…’ button.

Step 4    Table of schedule page pops up.

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Step 5    Set up your value to table.

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For example:
- Select a Camera: 192.168.1.201
- Continuous recording for 24/7
- Click check box on Schedule REC Enable
- File Save Path: Any drivers can be selected.

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- Keep Recording File Days: 10 (For reference, 4 GB is for 24 hours in CIF mode)

Step 6    Click OK to complete.

Step 6    Playback your recording file, click on Playback icon.

Step 7    Select date and time you want to playback recorded video files, click Play.

Step 8    Click View live camera(s) video icon to go back to live mode.

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Step 9    Click on ‘Manual Record’ radio button to stop recording video on your PC or server.

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August 27th, 2010 at 12:36 pm

How to embed still image to your website?

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Before you are ready for still image your website for your webcam, your Microseven network camera has been set up view on internet.
Then to do the following set up to embed still image on your website.

Step 1    Open M7CMS to view your camera.

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Step 2    Right click on video and select Properties from shortcut menu or click camera name from camera list, for example ‘Los Angeles, California’. Go to next properties page.

Step 3     Go to Capture & Snapshot > Camera Built-in snapshot tab.

Step 4     Check on ‘Enable camera built-in snapshot’, and set up Camera built-in snapshot interval. (3 seconds is default and recommended)

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Step 5     Then click ‘Apply’.

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Step 6     Click OK on Camera built-in snapshot pop window, and click Close on ‘Configuration Settings’ window.

Then you need to copy embedded scripts to your html page in your website.

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ip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: Your IP address, for example, ip=74.212.249.249

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ip=xxx.xxx.xxx: Your domain name, if you have use dyndns.org domain name with your IP address, for example, ip=m7cam.microseven.com.

Port: Port is web port number, for example 80
Channel: Channel is from 1 – 4, for example 1 for you use it for camera only; if you have 4 channel encoder, you may need 4 channels, 1, 2, 3, and 4 for four different channels.

The following live embedded script code is Microseven demo:

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The single frame is: http://m7cam.microseven.com:7777/snapshot_ch01.jpg

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August 27th, 2010 at 12:12 pm

How to use your phone to view live still video?

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Before you are ready for viewing still image on your cell phone, your Microseven network camera must have been set up for viewing on the internet. Then to do the following set up to embed still image on your website.

Step 1    Login to M7CMS.

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Step 2    Right click on video and select Properties from shortcut menu or click camera name from camera list, then camera setup properties dialog pop up.

Step 3    Go to Capture & Snapshot > Camera Built-in snapshot tab.

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Step 4    Check on ‘Enable camera built-in snapshot’, and Set up Camera built-in snapshot interval (default and recommended is 3 seconds)

Step 5    Then click ‘Apply’, you will see the Setup successfully message.

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Step 6    Click OK on Camera built-in snapshot pop window, and click Close.

Step 7    View camera snapshot with your smartphone.

Enter the address:
http://www.microseven.com/webcam.html?ip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx&port=xx&channel=x&w=xxx&h=xxx
Or
http://www.microseven.com/webcam.html?ip=xxx.xxx.xxx&port=xx&channel=x&w=xxx&h=xxx
ip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx –> your IP address
ip=xxx.xxx.xxx –> your domain address if you have use dyndns.org domain name with your IP address

For example, the parameters for Microseven demo are:
ip = 74.212.249.249
port = 7777 (web port – no video port 9660)
channel = 1 (camera only is 1 default)
w = 352 (default)
h = 240 (default)

So, the demo link address is :
http://www.microseven.com/webcam.html?ip=74.212.249.249&port=7777&channel=1&w=352&h=240

Enter http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xx/snapshot_ch01.jpg

Microseven demo links:
http://www.microseven.com/webcam.html?ip=74.212.249.249&port=7777&channel=1&w=352&h=240
http://m7cam.microseven.com:7777/snapshot_ch01.jpg

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August 27th, 2010 at 11:42 am

How to view Microseven network camera over the Internet?

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Before you view Microseven network camera over internet, you have to open port forwarding on your router. Example, you opened web port for 81, device port from 9660-9661. Then you go to IE browser, enter http://whatismyip.com to Address Bar and find out what is your internet IP address.

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After you found the IP address from whatismyip.com, in this example it is 66.215.70.112. Enter http://66.215.70.112:81 to Address Bar in IE browser.

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Default Username: admin
Default password: password
Device port: 9660

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August 27th, 2010 at 6:45 am

How to make DNS change to have your email sent out?

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Sometimes, your email can not be sent out when motion detection has been triggered. You may need to check your IP with DNS.

Step 1    To set up DNS statically, first login M7CMS.

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Step 2    Right click on the live camera screen to pull up camera short-cut menu and select Properties, or click on camera name of Camera List. Camera setup properties dialog pops up.

Step 3     Select Camera > Network Settings tab.

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Step 4     Go to DNS type, select DNS in the drop down list.

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Step 5     Enter DNS number which is from ISP. And click ‘Apply’.

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Step 6     You will see the Setup successfully message. And it has been modified. Then check your email again.

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August 27th, 2010 at 5:50 am

How To Setup a 2nd Router as an Access Point & Extend Your Wireless Network?

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Do you have two routers in the house and need to use one of them wireless access point (WAP) instead of a router? You may want to do this would to extend the reach of your wireless or wired network or simply to have a second access point on the router.

Here’s how to set up your second router as an access point. We’ll use the Linksys Wrt54G router for this example:

  • First take a network cord and hook one end up to your PC (laptop or otherwise) and the other end up to a numbered port on your wrt54g (second) router. The numbered ports are the ones bunched together on the right side of the router (looking at it from the back of the router – see photo below). Make sure you aren’t connecting to the internet port.
  • Open the web browser on your PC, type in 192.168.1.1 (assuming the wrt54g is set at its default ip) and hit enter. This will bring up the setup page for the router.
  • In the router setup page, disable the DHCP server (again, this is on the second wrt54g of course)
  • Now in the router setup page, renumber the second WRT54G local IP Address to be with in the subnet of the main router, but outside it’s DHCP server range. Like 192.168.1.2 (dhcp starts with 192.168.1.100 up to 192.168.1.150)
  • Set up your wireless ssid and other wireless settings the exact same as on your main wireless router.
  • Save Settings and unhook the network cord from your PC and wrt54g
  • Now you can connect the incoming lan cable from your main network (or main router) to one of the numbered ports on the wrt54g. This basically turns your wrt54g into a switch or wireless access point. Do not plug anything into the internet port on this second router.
That’s it. For my house I have two Linksys wrt54g wireless routers. The first one is used as a router and wireless access point and the second one is just an extender of that wireless (and wired) network. Since they have the same SSID, I can drag my laptop from one end of the house nearer the main router to the other end of the house nearer the second router (access point) and always have a very strong wireless signal. For other models of routers the steps and concept would be basically the same. There is no need for a hackable firmware updated like DD-WRT, but you can still do this with that firmware also of course. I use the DD-WRT on my main router for now and the standard Linksys firmware for the second router (now a Wireless Access Point :) )

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August 26th, 2010 at 6:42 pm