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IMRON UnityVision is an award-winning, intelligent video surveillance software that offers a single, innovative, and open IP video platform for video management, video analytics, system integration, and alarm management.
Network configuration
The UnityVision Server uses the network ports below by default.
Getting started
The UnityVision Server includes functionality to manage devices, security, rules, sites, and settings.
Log in to the server configuration interface
You can open the server configuration interface in a browser.
UnityVision Server services
The UnityVision Server runs the following services.
Devices
UnityVision supports cameras, digital input/output devices, and access control devices.
Security
Security settings in UnityVision allow you to configure authentication for users, set and change permissions for users and groups quickly, and add watermarks to video.
Rules
UnityVision can generate alarms from rules. Rules include events, action sets, and schedules.
Licenses
License settings in UnityVision allow you to view and refresh licenses.
Settings
Settings in UnityVision allow you to configure servers, general settings, email notifications, health monitoring, Enterprise Manager, updates, and backup and restore.
Analytics
UnityVision video analytics provide real-time alerts, smart video search, and reporting in UnityVision.
Server redundancy
UnityVision supports server redundancy in server farms. If a UnityVision Server stops responding, the camera and device processing moves to another UnityVision Server.
The UnityVision Client includes functionality to monitor cameras, manage video, generate reports, and configure alarms.
Open command
You can open the UnityVision Client using a command in the command line. In addition, you can add arguments to the command that open specific cameras and, in the case of PTZ cameras, specific camera presets.
View log files
You can view, search, and download log files for the UnityVision Client and any UnityVision Servers to which the Client connects.
View events
You can view and export events for the UnityVision Client and any UnityVision Servers to which the Client connects.
Lock times
You can lock times on navigation in the client interface to make all camera view panels display video from the same time.
Customize the toolbar
You can change the icons that appear on the toolbar in the client interface.
Device tree
The device tree in the client interface lists the cameras, devices, and carousels available on the UnityVision Server.
Server list
The server list is an optional panel you can display in the UnityVision client interface.
Camera view panels
Camera view panels display live video, recorded video, and decorations from cameras.
Timeline
Timelines display the activities and alarms for a camera in the client interface.
Maps
Maps can display the location of cameras, camera views, digital inputs and output devices, links, and labels in the client interface.
Messenger
UnityVision Messenger allows you to send messages to any user who is logged in to the UnityVision Client or UnityVision Web Client.
Carousels
Carousels can loop through multiple cameras across multiple servers in the same server farm, pausing on each camera for a defined time.
Settings
You can use the UnityVision Client settings to customize the client interface.
Bookmarks
A bookmark identifies specific footage that you can return to later. Bookmarks can refer to live videos, recorded videos, or still images.
Video wall
The video wall feature in UnityVision can display footage from multiple cameras in the server farm on multiple monitors.
Server configuration
Although you perform most configuration for the UnityVision Server in the server configuration interface, the client interface includes functionality to configure some settings on the UnityVision Server.
Reports
You can generate reports on the data from UnityVision.
Alarms
Alarms occur when a video analytic running on a device detects the conditions of a rule.
Visual tracking
The visual tracking feature allows you to add links to cameras that will automatically switch the camera view panel to an adjacent camera. You can use this feature to track a moving subject across multiple cameras.
The UnityVision Web Client includes functionality to monitor cameras, manage video, generate reports, and configure alarms.
Log in to the Web Client
You can open the Web Client in a browser.
Configure the Web Client
The UnityVision Player is an application that can view video files created in the UnityVision Client.
Install the Player
You can install the UnityVision Player as a standalone application.
Enable watermark verification
You can enable watermark verification for the UnityVision Player to prevent the Player from playing tampered video.
Play a video file
You can play video from a file or a URL.
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