This post will show you how to access your camera system through Google Chrome. You must be on a Windows computer for this to work.

Step 1: Click this link.

Step 2: Click on Add to Chrome.
Step 3: Click Add Extension.
Step 4: Click on the x button circled.
Step 5: Click on the puzzle piece icon.
Step 6: Click on the Pin icon.
Step 7: Click on the "e" icon, circled.
Step 8: A file will download. Click on it, circled in red.
Step 9: If nothing happens, it has installed automatically. If a box appears, follow the directions on the webpage in step 8. Enter the address of your recorder into the address bar that is circled above.(Note that it is a different address bar than your regular one!)
Step 10: Enter your username and password that you use to log into your recorder. If you do not have this information, please contact us!
Step 11: None of your cameras are loaded by default. To load them, first click on the square your would like to load the camera into, and then double-click the name of the camera you would like to see. This may take a moment.
You can now see one of the cameras has been loaded.
Step 12: Repeat step 11 to load as many of your cameras as you would like!
Here we have 3 that are available to load. Any cameras that are greyed out cannot be loaded.
Step 13: To enlarge these cameras, we will want to see less empty slots. To do this, click on the grid icon, circled in the bottom-left.
Step 14: You will see four icons appear. You can choose to see one, four, nine, or the default, sixteen slots. Here, since we only have 3 cameras, we will choose to see four slots.


Step 1: Click on the Playback tab.
Step 2: First, select the date you would like to search on, using the calendar on the right.
Step 3: Next, select the camera you would like to search on by double-clicking it.
Step 4: Now, to show the picture, click on the Play button.
Step 5: Same as in the last part, we will make the picture bigger by removing the empty slots. Click on the Grid icon, circled on the bottom-right.
Step 6: Select the option that has one solid square(Note: Do not try to search on more than one camera at a time as it may cause performance issues.).
Step 7: Now, to review footage, click on the timeline and drag it to move time(you can also move it in the opposite direction to go back, if needed).
Note: It will automatically snap to the nearest block of red, since the red represents when your system was recording due to picking up motion.
Here I have circled the other important buttons to be aware of --

1 – Press this stop button to stop playback on this camera. When you would like to review footage on another camera, click this first so that your computer handles the switch more easily.

2 – Use this to simply Pause playback. Click it again to resume.

3 – Use the + and – buttons circled here to zoom in(and out) on the timeline to make it easier to scroll through smaller(or larger!) increments of time. Try it out!

Categories: Misc.

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