OPTIMIZING SCREEN RESOLUTION & LAYOUT CHANGING HDMI/VGA RESOLUTION GUIDE: The guide covers adjusting the output resolution via HDMI/VGA.  Camera Layout is covered further below. Right click the main screen to bring up the option list and select “Menu” - you will be prompted to enter your password in order to advance.  Enter the default password  “admin12345” and then click the enter button, followed by clicking OK.  After clicking OK you will see the main system Menu.  Click the Configuration menu option. This will open the Configuration menu into the General settings tab. Click on the current resolution on the VGA/HDMI Resolution option. After clicking the resolution, find the best resolution based on the capabilities of your display or TV. Click Apply to make the resolution active, changing the resolution may cause your DVR/NVR to reboot in order to apply it.  Click Apply to complete your changes and then click Liew View to exit the Menu. CHANGING CAMERA LAYOUT GUIDE: The guide covers moving the camera’s positions on Live View screen. Many of our models support the drag and drop feature with camera position on the Live View screen.  Simply use the mouse to left click (and hold) the camera then drag it to the position that you want on the layout.  It will swap positions with the camera that is currently in that position.  If your model does not support this feature then use the following guide.  Please note that naming your cameras in the Camera -> OSD menu first will greatly simplify this process because it will reduce confusion due to the lack of video preview in this part of the setup.  From the main menu click on the Configuration icon. After the Configuration menu appears, click on the Live View tab on the left side bar.  On the top bar click on the View tab. In the View configuration menu you will see a list on cameras in a column with a grid to the right with corresponding numbers.  Click the position on the grid that you want to change the camera on, then click the camera in the column that you want in that position.  You will see in the following example that camera A1 was replaced with camera A7 in the first position on the grid and that the 7th position on the grid now shows an X - meaning that no camera is assigned to that position.  Each camera can only appear once on the grid.  Repeat these steps until all of the cameras are in the position you would like.  Click Apply when done followed by Live View.   You will see that camera A1 now has a white icon next to it instead of yellow.  What this means is that camera A1 is not assigned to any location on the live view grid.  As position 7 is current vacant as denoted by the X, assigning camera A1 will to this position will not affect any of the other cameras.  To assign camera A1 to position 7, you would need to click on th position 7 first followed by clicking on camera A1 in the column.  
ARMIX CCTV® 2016 - All Rights Reserved
ARMIX CCTV® 2016 - All Rights Reserved  
OPTIMIZING SCREEN RESOLUTION & LAYOUT CHANGING HDMI/VGA RESOLUTION GUIDE: The guide covers adjusting the output resolution via HDMI/VGA.  Camera Layout is covered further below. Right click the main screen to bring up the option list and select “Menu” - you will be prompted to enter your password in order to advance.  Enter the default password  “admin12345” and then click the enter button, followed by clicking OK.  After clicking OK you will see the main system Menu.  Click the Configuration menu option. This will open the Configuration menu into the General settings tab. Click on the current resolution on the VGA/HDMI Resolution option. After clicking the resolution, find the best resolution based on the capabilities of your display or TV. Click Apply to make the resolution active, changing the resolution may cause your DVR/NVR to reboot in order to apply it.  Click Apply to complete your changes and then click Liew View to exit the Menu. CHANGING CAMERA LAYOUT GUIDE: The guide covers moving the camera’s positions on Live View screen. Many of our models support the drag and drop feature with camera position on the Live View screen.  Simply use the mouse to left click (and hold) the camera then drag it to the position that you want on the layout.  It will swap positions with the camera that is currently in that position.  If your model does not support this feature then use the following guide.  Please note that naming your cameras in the Camera -> OSD menu first will greatly simplify this process because it will reduce confusion due to the lack of video preview in this part of the setup.  From the main menu click on the Configuration icon. After the Configuration menu appears, click on the Live View tab on the left side bar.  On the top bar click on the View tab. In the View configuration menu you will see a list on cameras in a column with a grid to the right with corresponding numbers.  Click the position on the grid that you want to change the camera on, then click the camera in the column that you want in that position.  You will see in the following example that camera A1 was replaced with camera A7 in the first position on the grid and that the 7th position on the grid now shows an X - meaning that no camera is assigned to that position.  Each camera can only appear once on the grid.  Repeat these steps until all of the cameras are in the position you would like.  Click Apply when done followed by Live View.   You will see that camera A1 now has a white icon next to it instead of yellow.  What this means is that camera A1 is not assigned to any location on the live view grid.  As position 7 is current vacant as denoted by the X, assigning camera A1 will to this position will not affect any of the other cameras.  To assign camera A1 to position 7, you would need to click on th position 7 first followed by clicking on camera A1 in the column.