To set different smart events for different presets you set your camera to the view you want and save that preset, then go to smart events and draw the area for the event to trigger, then click save. After you've saved the first one select the second event number (line 2, intrusion 2) and then click on your second preset on the right hand side so the camera goes to that preset, draw the second smart event area, click save. Repeat as needed. (I was logged into the camera directly)are these setup per PTZ preset area? - i.e. could you set the PTZ looking in one direction and call that preset 1 and setup a intrusion zone 1, and then set another preset with the camera looking elsewhere call that preset 2 and setup another intursion zone? I tried doing it that way but the box I draw just follows the camera around regardless of where its facing (if that makes sense).
That's definitely possible up until the Smart Tracking, not sure if the camera will grab an object after its preset has been triggered through another camera. It should though. I've attached a screenshot on how to get the camera to trigger the PTZ through the NVR.Where I'm going with this is it would be cool to have another IPC face a direction, setup a smart detection area on that IPC which would then trigger the PTZ to look over that way (via a PTZ preset command), the PTZ then starts to look for a target to smart track - zoom into, record etc - when its done then return to a central preset.
that link is messed up, what about a pendant mountwall mounts for these finally came in!!
crap, thanks for letting me know. Just fixed it. No pendant mount unfortunately. If you just need it to stick down further, some of our dealers have used PVC to drop cameras down, then mount the camera to the PVC. Somehow they attach a flat piece to the end of the PVC to mount the camera to. Its all done with material purchased from the PVC section at the hardware store. And it actually looks good!that link is messed up, what about a pendant mount