Did you notice? Starting with SeeTec Cayuga R12, whenever you integrate a new camera into your installation automatically two video streams are being generated for that camera. You might ask yourself why we chose to make this a default behavior. It's very easy and obvious: let’s say you are operating a scenario with multiple camera pictures in a grid view in your SeeTec Cayuga client. You probably won’t need a high resolution and/or a high frame rate to display the information in that scenario. However, if an alarm is triggered, or if for whatever reason you decide to enlarge a video stream with a click, you probably want to be able to see more detail for the camera selected. But also the configuration of a server-based motion detection is easier, when working with multiple streams.
The setup of your various streams can be done in Configuration mode:
You now can configure the:
for the different streams.
Make sure that you define a classification for your stream as well in order to manage the occurrence later.
In the Profile configurator you can select the different video types for typical scenarios.
3. Storage on a NAS (Network Attached Storage):
Note: A local admin with the same username and password must be created on both, the NAS and the server .
... that if you don't want new cameras to be integrated with two streams, you can deactivate this function BEFORE you set up the cameras.
... that you can set up an installation with our demo version before licensing our software. All settings that you administered in the demo application will be taken over to the productive system once you buy.