Release Notes

Wisenet WAVE Release Notes

 

Official Release

 

 

 

4.1.0.31400

Release Date: August 3, 2020

 

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Build Number: 31400
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Release Notes

  • CRITICAL COMPATIBILITY NOTICE:
  • All users must update to the v20.1 Mobile release in order to be able to connect to a v4.1 System via the Mobile Client. Mobile Clients v19.6 or earlier will not be able to access Systems running v4.1 or later.
  • BREAKING CHANGES
    • MacOS 10.11, 10.12, 10.13 support was dropped: Desktop Client will not work on those OS.
  • NEW FEATURES
    • Push Notifications (requires Mobile Client v20.1 or later):
      • Rules can be created in WAVE to send Push Notifications to mobile devices.
      • Users can receive push notifications from multiple systems and turn on/off notifications for specific systems.
      • In order to receive Push Notifications, users must be logged into the Cloud in Mobile Client.
      • Users can create custom text for notifications in the Rules Engine via Desktop Client.
    • Health Monitoring – Available in the Server Web Admin interface and Cloud Portal, Health Monitoring provides administrators detailed information about a System’s health, including, but not limited to:
      • Alerts – automatically detected / identified problems with a System
      • System Info (# of servers, channels, storage located, users, and version)
      • Servers (storage detailed state, CPU usage, NICs state, hardware spec, etc.)
      • Cameras (online/offline state, resolution, fps, quality, firmware version, etc.)
      • Storage Locations (path, server, type, status, read/write rate, size, usage %)
      • Network Interfaces (name, server, state, IP address, I/O rates)
      • Desktop Clients connected to Servers.
    • New Embedded Browser – Desktop Client now uses a full-featured embedded Chromium browser (v.65.0.3325.230) to display web pages on layouts:
      • Download Files on Web-Page – the embedded browser in Desktop Client now supports downloading and saving files.
      • Cameras Web Page in Camera Settings Dialog – camera web pages can now be opened up in the Camera Settings dialog allowing users to configure/access camera web pages inside Desktop Client even when on a different Subnet (i.e., remote connections / outside the LAN / WAN). Server acts like an HTTP(s) proxy from cameras to Desktop Clients.
    • Video Wall Failover – If a Server with Video Wall licenses fails, the video wall continues working for 7 days. After that, it will be blocked with the error message “Not enough licenses”.
    • Analytics Events Region of Interest (ROI) – Now it is possible to draw lines, boxes, polygons and more when configuring a video analytic from the Desktop Client (no need to go to the camera web page).
      • Currently supports Hanwha AI cameras using firmware version 1.41.xx or higher.
  • PLUGIN / METADATA SDK ENABLED FEATURES
    • Analytics Events Region of Interest (ROI):
      • Now it is possible to enable configuration of 3rd party video analytics and draw lines, boxes, polygons and more from the software.
      • Minimum and maximum size of detected objects can be configured from the software.
      • ROI editor is available in the “Camera settings” dialog and visualized on the video.
      • This feature is available for developers using the Metadata SDK.
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • Best Server Selection (while connecting to a Cloud-connected Multi-Server System):
      • In prior releases, Desktop Client would connect to a random available server via Cloud. Now Cloud connections are routed through the Server with the best uplink.
      • Added the ability for users to specify the preferred Server for connections. The configured Desktop Client will attempt to connect to the preferred Server first, and if it is not reachable, it will detect and connect via the Server with the best uplink.
    • 2-way Audio API – Allows third-party web clients to send audio (from client microphone) to and get audio from cameras.
    • Added Time Zone option for Virtual Cameras – Time Zone can now be specified for virtual cameras. If “Time Zone” is set to “Auto”, then the time zone is defined by metadata or UTC if there’s no time zone specified in the file. If set to “Client”, the Time Zone is defined by the desktop client.
    • Server Side Motion Detection improved – False positives detection introduced to increase accuracy of detected motion events (e.g., turning on/off lights or switching camera day/night mode are now likely to be ignored)
    • Additional action parameter placeholders for the “Do HTTP request” action – Placeholders can be added to the HTTP POST request body to be automatically replaced by the corresponding values from Analytics Event parameters. This feature is only applicable to Analytics and Generic Events. Placeholders syntax:
      • {event.cameraId} – replaced by the camera ID (e.g., {{{ad1d1b6c-7013-0049-6fd4-ff15450e4716}}})
      • {event.cameraName} – replaced by the camera name (e.g., PND-9080R)
      • {event.eventType} – replaced by the event type (e.g., nx.stub.objectInTheArea or nx.stub.lineCrossing)
      • {event.eventName} – replaced by the event name (e.g., Object in the area or Line crossing)
      • {event.caption} – replaced by the caption (e.g., “Line crossing – impulse event (caption)”)
      • {event.description} – replaced by the description (e.g., “Line crossing – impulse event (description)”).
    • Improved MacOS performance and introduced an experimental setting to limit frame rate and reduce CPU load (see Local Settings -> Advanced).
    • Improved cloud connectivity on certain network environments.
    • Added the ability to pin the Timeline in full-screen mode:
      • When the Timeline is pinned it will remain fixed on the screen.
      • If the Timeline is pinned in full-screen mode and the user leaves full-screen it will be pinned for all cameras on the layout when the user returns to full-screen mode.
    • Database backups are now categorized into the following types:
      • Created after system merge
      • Created after updates
      • Initiated via API
      • Scheduled.
    • “Camera selection” dialog was optimized for large systems.
    • Added text search in the “Event log” dialog.
    • “Global Notification Settings” button was removed from the “Show Notification” action.
    • Added mpegts files to the list of supported files in Desktop Client.
    • It is now possible to disable port 80 on firewalls completely and use port 443 for HTTPS connection.
    • Added the ability to search by object types in the Notification Panel. <param>: <value> returns object where <param> has <value>. For instance, if there are analytic plugins that recognize t-shirt color, gender, and glasses, it is possible to search for analytic events by “T-Shirt: White”, “Gender: Male”, “Glasses: True”.
    • The default playback state of a camera opened from the Notification Panel has changed. Now a camera remains on Pause once opened.
    • Users are now imported from LDAP with their Email addresses.
    • It is now possible to open multiple instances of the Desktop Client by double clicking on the desktop shortcut.
    • Added information about remaining license deactivations on “License details” and “Confirmation” dialog.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • New Supported Devices:
      • Arecont Vision AV20975x, AV12975x, AV12976x, AV10856x, AV8476x, AV5426x, AV5456x, AV20476x, AV4856x, AV5756x
      • AXIS C8033 Network Audio Bridge
      • Axis P1377, P1378, P3719, M1137, M3115, M3116, M3205, M3206, M1134, Q6074, Q9216, M3066, M3065, M3064, M3068, M3067, M3075, P5654, Q6010, P3925, 3935, D201-S, D101-A and other Axis camera models
      • Dahua DH-PSD81602P-A360
      • Entropix DSC-TVC-0200
      • ICRealtime ICIP-PANO-A007, ICIP-T802-I.
      • Network Digital Video B1210DM
      • Secula SCI-04DA01
      • Vitek VTC-TNB8X4MS
      • Vivotek ma9322
    • DW TVT In-Camera Analytics – tested with TD-9541E3 firmware 1.4-1514121:
      • Abnormal color detection
      • Line Crossing
      • Motion Detection
      • Perimeter Intrusion
      • Scene Change
      • Video Blur Detection
      • Entering Object Detection [exclusive]
      • Leaving Object Detection [exclusive]
    • DW MB9/MT9/MV9 series cameras:
      • Abnormal color detection
      • Line Crossing
      • Motion Detection
      • Perimeter Intrusion
      • Scene Change
      • Video Blur Detection
    • Dahua In-Camera Analytics – tested with Dahua IPC-HDW5442TM-AS with firmware 2.800.00000000.80R, build date 2019-09-02:
      • Parking detection
      • Rioter detection (People gathering detection)
      • Stay detection
      • Wander detection (Loitering detection)
      • Fast moving detection
    • Input/Output fixes:
      • “HIKVISION DS-2CD2135FWDx, DS-2CD2955FWDx, DS-2CD2955FWDx, DS-2CD2742FWD-IZS
      • Hunt cameras
      • Tiandy cameras
      • Vista VK2-4MPXVRDIR28V12M
    • New Devices Supported with Analog Encoder License:
      • 3R Global IPM32R16P, XPM08, XPM16, IPM32R32P, ILT08R, IPM32R16P, IPM32R32P
      • 3R XST16, XPM4M32, XST08, IPM32r32p
      • 3xLOGIC V250-4-SMBK family
      • ACTi V31,
      • ActiveCam AC-HR-1116
      • Alibi ALI-QVR3004H, ALI-QVR3008H
      • Allnet all-cam2400-nvr-kit
      • Amcrest NV4108-HS, NV4432-HS
      • AvertX 438IR
      • Axis P7304, M7104, Q7424x, P8221,
      • Bosch VIP-X16x
      • Dahua XVR5116, DH/HCVR1604x, X51A2, DH-NVR616, DH-NVR4832-16P-4k, IPC-HUM8431-e1, DHI-NVR608-32-4KS2, DH-XVR5116HE-X, DHI-NVR5816-4KS2, DHI-HCVR72*AN-4M, DH-XVR5216AN-4KL-X, DHI-NVR616D-128-4KS2, ITSE0804-GN5B-D, N42B2P2, DH-NVR4208-8P-4K, DH-NVR4832-4K, DHI-NVR5216-4KS2, DHI-NVR5424x, DH-NVR608-32-4KS2, DHI-NVR5208-4KS2, DH-NVR5216-4K, DHI-NVR5432x, DHI-NVR608-64-4KS2, DHI-XVR5216A,
      • Dallmeier DVE-16
      • Digimerge DV916
      • Digital Watchdog DW-ENHD16, DW-EN4K16, STR-HD1625, VLR-ENC-16-A
      • Eclipse ESG-NVR32-8, ESG-NVR8P
      • EdgeHandler EHA200
      • ENS Security NVR302A-16-4KS2
      • Epcom EV1016HDX, EV1016TURBO, EV1004TURBO, S16TURBOX, S08-TURBO-X
      • Hikvision DS-7332HUHI-K4, DS-7732HUHI-K4, DS-7616NI-SP, DS-7732, DS-8116, DS-7204, DS-7208HQHI-SH, DS-7204HUHI-K1, DS-6704HWI, DS-7608NI. DS-7216x, DS-7316HQHI-F4/N, DS-7216HQHI-F2, DS-7208HGHI-SH, DS-7208HGHI-SH/A(B)
      • HiWatch DS-H208U
      • Honeywell HEN162x family, HRGX81
      • Hunt CCTV HAR314-4,
      • IC Realtime NVR7000K
      • Indigovision BX100
      • Intelbras HDCVI 1016, MHDX_3116
      • Interlogix TVE-420, TVE-820
      • InVidTech UD1B-16, UN1A-32×16
      • Lorex LNR608
      • LTS LTD8316K
      • March Networks Edge 16e
      • Merit LILIN VS212
      • NSS NVS-AH04
      • NVR2821-04009B
      • Ocean CCTV DR-TW1516E
      • Panasonic K-NL416K, WJ-GXE100
      • Pelco NET5501
      • RAS Security DVR08CVI-4K
      • RVi rvi-hdr08la-t, R16LA, 1HDR16K, IPN16/2-PRO-4K
      • Sampo DR-TW2516A
      • Siqura S-64 E V2, , S-64 E V2-XT
      • Space Technology ST_HDVR162PRO-D-V2
      • ToughDog Security TDHDX161-4K-2T
      • TVI ST-HDVR-161
      • Uniview NVR302-16Q, NVR301, NVR308-32E-B
      • Vip Vision NVR8PRO7, NVR16PRO7
      • Vista VIPER-HDAENC16
      • Winic NR32P6-16, Winic AR304-4
      • X-Security XS-XVR6116-VS2
    • Forced Onvif PTZ for:
      • Hikvision DS-2TD4237x, DS-2TD4136x, DS-2TD4166x, DS-MH6171Ix, DS-2DE4A225x, DS-2DE4A425x
    • Advanced PTZ support for:
      • Dahua DH-SD22204T-GN and DH-SD49225T-HN
      • DWC-MPTZ830X, DWC-MPTZ36x, DWC-MPTZ336x
      • GeoVision GV-SD3732-IR, GV-SD2722-IR
      • Hikvision DS-2DE4215IWx, DS-2DE4xAx215IWx, DS-2DE5330W-AE, DS-2DE4225W-DE, DS-2DE4Ax25IW, DS-2DF8836x, DS-2TD4166T-25, DS-2TD4237-25, DS-2DE4215IWx, DS-2DE4A215IWx, DS-2DE4A320x, DS-2DE4A225x, DS-2DE4A425x
      • IPC-B620H-Z
      • Milesight MS-C5361x, MS-C5341x, MS-C8241-X36RPB, MS-C2941-X30RPB, S-C2942-RB, MS-C8241-X36RPB, MS-C5361-EPB
      • Pelco P2230x-ESR, P2820-ESRx
      • Vivotek SD9374x
      • Fixed wrong mapping for GV-SD3732x, GV-SD2722x.
    • New Multi-Sensor Camera Support (Single License):
      • 3xLogic VX-8S-180-AWD
      • Avigilon 24C-H4A-3MH-270
      • Axis AXIS-P3719
      • Dahua IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M12,
      • DW EN4K16
      • IC Realtime IPEL-M60F-IRW1
    • Other Specific Device Updates:
      • Axis C1004 E speaker did not work as expected. Fixed.
      • Axis Q3709x fixed.
      • “Enable audio” was missed in ‘Camera Settings’ dialog for Axis IO module. Fixed.
      • Pelco cameras were unstable after upgrading from 3.2. Fixed.
      • AV20CPD-118 uses ONVIF.
      • Fixed autodiscovery for VIVOTEK SC8131.
      • Vivotek FD8162 dropped its resolution to very low value after reconnecting, Fixed.
      • Malformed packets in secondary streams from Uniview cameras caused Smart Motion Detection failures. Fixed.
      • FPS for secondary stream for Uniview IPC6322SR-X22P-C was not changed. Fixed.
      • Fixed audio support for ACTi A71.
      • Fixed an issue with Dahua N25BB5Z connection.
      • Fixed an issue with stream URL for multi-sensor Dahua cameras.
      • Analytics enabled for Dahua IPC-HDW4433x.
      • Fixed Dahua XVR5116HS DVR PTZ issue.
      • Fixed an issue with stream parameters on the “Advanced” tab for Vivotek FD9187-HT.
      • Hikvision DS-2TD2636-10 was wrongly triggered by the output after it was opened in VMS. Fixed.
      • Hikvision analytics events (Line crossing, Intrusion) were triggered only once. Fixed.
      • ‘Contract Violation’ messages appeared on Hikvision analytics events. Fixed.
      • Stream profiles assignment fixed for Entropix camera.
      • Hikvision DS-2TD1217 signal input was triggered but didn’t have any action in the VMS. Fixed.
      • VideoTec UCHD-30x-VT had interruptions while receiving RTP over multicast. Fixed.
      • Video stopped working on Vivotek FD8162 when RTP transport was changed to “Multicast”. Fixed.
      • Fixed an issue with H.265 for TN-P6236W12.
      • Motion was continuously detected on DWC-PB6M4T with OSD enabled. Fixed.
  • BUG FIXES
    • Fixed client glitches with Intel HD 620 and 630.
    • Server Web Admin stopped working in Chrome 80. Fixed.
    • The video stream opened via media server API could not be closed if user permissions or password were changed. Fixed.
    • Analytics metadata was saved for a part without an archive. Fixed.
    • The “Confirm storage location for analytics” dialog could not be closed by the “X” button on Desktop Client on Mac. Fixed.
    • Next/Previous frame navigation didn’t work after reverse playback. Fixed.
    • Fixed an incorrect message if an update from the file was canceled.
    • Desktop client tried to auto-reconnect to the system after it was disconnected from Cloud. Fixed.
    • It was impossible to update the System from file if Desktop Client was the only component to be updated. Fixed.
    • Sometimes previews of the motion events on the right panel in Desktop Client on Mac displayed with incorrect aspect ratio. Fixed.
    • Norsk and Dutch (Belgium) were missing on the server’s web page. Fixed.
    • “Play sound” with a custom audio file didn’t work. Fixed.
    • Desktop Client on Mac could freeze after multiple transitions to fullscreen mode. Fixed.
    • Video Wall could hang in fullscreen mode. Fixed.
    • Virtual Camera was played back incorrectly on the Android client. Fixed.
    • Virtual Camera could not display files recorded by iPhones on the Timeline properly. Fixed.
    • Desktop Client could sometimes crash if the “Connect to Server” dialog or webpage on Scene was closed. Fixed.
    • If trying to view the archive from a camera and switch to another layout and back, the playback position switched to live. Fixed.
    • The same logicalID could be specified for different layouts. Fixed.
    • The Desktop Client worked very slowly during export. Fixed
    • Some RTSP links didn’t work if added manually, but worked in VLC. Fixed.
    • “Native” ONVIF PTZ presets didn’t work if the preset name in VMS contained some native symbols (like Japanese or Chinese strokes). Fixed.
    • In rare environments under certain circumstances, the motion detection database may have been corrupted after upgrading to 4.0 which prevented the smart search feature from working correctly. Fixed.
    • Cloud accounts could not be saved in the “Edit tile” dialog. Fixed.
    • Server cloud address was displayed on “Add device” dialog. Fixed.
    • Fixed high CPU usage of minimized Desktop Client with one monitor configuration.
    • If there were zoom windows on a camera, the “Set to Fullscreen” action would be incorrectly applied to a zoom window instead of the main camera. Fixed.
    • Fixed a playback bug which occurred after a zoom window was repeatedly opened and closed several times.
    • Server assigned identical camera IDs for different onboard USB cameras from laptops with the same model and manufacturer. Fixed.
    • USB webcams were not successfully auto-discovered on servers installed on Ubuntu. Fixed.
    • Fixed unsupported audio on USB cameras on Ubuntu.
    • After upgrading to v4.0 “Min days” retention rules could not be set to more than 30 days. Fixed.
    • Video Wall mode was affected by the “Limit session duration” option in the Desktop Client, as a result, it limited Video Wall sessions. Fixed.
    • Under complex LDAP configuration conditions Server could fetch less users than expected. Fixed.
    • Sometimes the webcam light of the laptop turned on even if the camera was not recording and was not opened on Scene. Fixed.
    • “Enable audio” is disabled now when “Allow System to optimize camera settings” or “Keep camera settings” is set.
    • The Desktop Client could freeze if a layout was configured to open automatically on startup. Fixed
    • There were no thumbnails in notification for a generic event with 2 cameras. Fixed.
    • When primary and secondary streams had different codecs, any gaps in the primary stream when using default export would cause the exported video to be non-playable. Fixed.
    • Using the CLI to start the Desktop Client and display a specific layout didn’t work if the layout name contained certain symbols (i.e., Japanese strokes). Fixed.
    • Fixed an issue with incorrect default language in the installer.
    • Fixed an issue with incorrect default language on Setup Wizard.
    • In-client context help menu fixes:
      • Context help for Camera Settings and Server Settings dialogs failed to open up. Fixed.
      • Context help for “Allow only secure connections” on “System administration” dialog led to an incorrect page. Fixed.
    • The “–layout-name” CLI parameter did not work for Application Launcher. Fixed.
    • Fixed occasional crash of Desktop Client in video wall mode.
    • Fixed occasional crash of Desktop Client while running showreel.
    • Server could crash when VMAX was removed from the resource tree. Fixed.
    • Export from cameras with resolution 8MP and greater when transcoding was applied resulted in a broken output file. Fixed.
    • SMB drive was displayed as “unknown” or as an incorrect storage type. Fixed.
    • Storage locations with Cyrillic symbols in the path were not discovered. Fixed.
    • Motion sensitivity did not work for some stitched panorama cameras. Fixed.
    • In certain environments, Server stopped detecting motion after some time running and occurs until the server is restarted. Fixed.
    • It was not possible to change reserved space for network drives that required credentials. Fixed.
    • Bookmarks triggered by instant generic events were not created even if post- and pre-recording was set. Fixed.
    • Fixed different media server and client crashes.
    • Fixed some translation issues.
    • Fixed some vulnerabilities.
    • Minor UX and UI improvements and fixes.
  • API/SDK CHANGES/FIXES
    • SDK Plugin Fixes:
      • Axis camera plugin from camera SDK didn’t work on Windows. Fixed.
      • FTP storage plugin sample from storage SDK didn’t work. Fixed.
      • Image library plugin fixed.
    • Fixed a memory leak that occurred when using an API method to get MPEG-TS streams with transcoding.
    • Fixed a possible memory leak when using HTTP Streaming API methods.
    • Added licensing-related RestAPI methods to API documentation.
    • Video archive downloaded using /media/cameraid.mpegts method with transcoding could not be played back. Fixed.
    • When trying to request video streams through API (using any /media/ call), the maxWebMTranscoders parameter limited the sessions to 2 even if transcoding was not involved. Now the number of the non-transcoded streams that can be requested through API is unlimited and transcoded-ones are limited to maxWebMTranscoders (2 by default).
    • API tool in webadmin now works without authentication. The “Test method” button is hidden and fields for post requests are disabled for non-authorized users.
    • The ec2/analyticsLookupObjectTracks request could hang at certain environments. Fixed.
    • /api/gettime is now deprecated.
    • Added the “accurate_seek” url parameter for HTTP Streaming to avoid time difference.
    • SDKs: improvements to readme.md and Doxygen documentation.
    • SDKs: improvements to sample building scripts:
    • Implemented command-line help (`-h`|`–help`|`/?`).
    • Added the `–release` command-line arg to build Release configuration instead of Debug.
    • For MSVC, removed forcing the old MSVC2015 compiler (v140 toolset).
    • API documentation improved:
      • /ec2/saveCameraUserAttributesList and /ec2/saveCameraUserAttributes: Mark licenseUsed as unused.
      • /ec2/cameraThumbnail: Fixed incorrect params description: change `roundMethod` to `method`.
      • Added documentation for /ec2/dumpDatabase and /ec2/restoreDatabase.
      • The api/ptz method documentation was updated.
      • Added systemSettings to documentation for api/setupCloudSystem, api/setupLocalSystem.
      • Description for api/storageStatus and /api/cookeAuthentication methods were updated.
      • Added description for ‘tag’ parameter for /ec2/bookmarks/add.
      • Removed /api/executeEventAction from documentation.
      • Added licensing-related Server API methods to the API documentation.
      • Improved the description of multiple “tag” parameters in our API documentation.
      • Added API methods for /api/downloads to the API documentation.
      • Added a missing parameter to the API documentation for /api/setupCloudSystem and /api/setupLocalSystem.
      • Server returned 500 and printed ERROR ASSERT on the ec2/saveUsers command without the “id” parameter. Documentation changed, the “”id”” parameter is described as mandatory for “”ec2/saveUsers”” now.”
    • Added string time format to the API documentation for /ec2/cameraThumbnail.
    • Added recordingecordQueueB and recordingecordQueueP values to /ec2/metrics/values и /api/metrics/values: dynamic buffering in bytes and per frame.
    • Added a parameter check for merge possibility without performing the actual merge.
    • Added an optional GET request parameter “signature” to /media/<cameraId>.mp4. It enables the signature in exported mp4. By default, it’s disabled.
  • ANALYTICS PLUGIN SETTINGS IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • Added the possibility to choose a specific video stream that will be used for analysis by a video analytics plugin. This option can be disabled in plugin manifest (hideStreamSelection).
    • Analytics plugin manifest now supports sections.
    • Simultaneous operation of multiple Device Agents running on the same camera is now supported.
    • Analytics settings were changed to their default value after a plugin upgrade. Fixed.
    • Objects boxes were not shown on the camera if it was not re-opened on a layout after enabling the metadata plugin for the first time. Fixed.
    • If Default Rotation was changed for a camera after analytics objects detection, the thumbnails of those objects were displayed incorrectly on the Right Panel. Fixed.
    • Incorrect analytic chunks appeared on the Timeline when Text Search and Area Selection filters were used together. Fixed.
    • Analytic objects were not shown in Desktop Client when it was connected to the multi-server system where some of the servers did not have the analytics plugin installed. Fixed.
    • Sometimes playback with analytic chunks stopped working. Fixed.
    • Improved analytics object search in the area.
    • Sample Analytics Plugin is included in Metadata SDK.
    • Improved the description of the method “executeAction” in the Metadata SDK documentation.
    • Long plugin options descriptions did not fit into the text control. Fixed.
    • Added the Refresh button to update the settings for the selected plug-in from camera.
    • Added a new control “Column”. It acts like GroupBox but does not have any frame.
    • Added a new control “SwitchButton”.
    • Fixed an issue with bounding boxes of zero size. Metadata objects with bounding boxes of zero size are now correctly shown in the camera item: their text attributes are shown. Such objects can be used to visualize some data calculated by the plugin, e.g., the amount of people appearing in a field of view of a camera.
    • Servers on Linux machines with Analytics Plugins (built via the SDK) enabled would crash while being shut down. Fixed.
  • NEW OPERATING SYSTEMS/PLATFORMS
    • Added support for Windows Server 2019.
    • Added support for Ubuntu 20.04.
  • TESTED OPERATING SYSTEMS
    • Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10/Enterprise, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016 v1607, 2019
    • Ubuntu LTS: 16.04, 18.04, 20.04
    • MacOS 10.14: “Mojave”, 10.15 “Catalina”
  • KNOWN ISSUES/LIMITATIONS
    • We support only camera web-pages that work in Chrome.
    • Health monitoring: all metrics and alerts, including aggregated alerts, are erased after the server has been restarted.
    • Linux Server fails to record analytics metadata to NTFS drives.
    • Push notifications: sometimes, there are no thumbnails when the associated camera is not recording.
    • In rare situations on MacOS, 2-way audio doesn’t work after upgrading from 4.0 and previous versions. Reinstall the Desktop client to work around this issue.
    • USB camera is duplicated as an old offline camera and a new online camera after upgrading from 4.0 to 4.1.
    • Analytics DB from 4.0 is partially incompatible with the 4.1 release: a search for metadata objects in a selected area will not work for the objects that were recorded before the update to 4.1 and such objects will not be shown on the image.
    • Bounding boxes for analytics objects are not shown in Desktop Client when performing text search by an object type.
    • If the “Enabled” checkbox is not set on Hanwha AI cameras, the line crossing direction will be reset after saving.
    • Hanwha ROI:
      • The objects in the Notification Panel may be linked to wrong archive chunks in the timeline.
      • The border frames of objects may disappear sometimes.
  • HANWHA DEVICES SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • A new Hanwha NVR which is based on Ubuntu 18.04 (tested with 8 channels and 16 channels NVR with kernel 4.15.18):
      • Integration with Recording, Alarm out and PoE over budget LEDs, input/output alarms
      • Added a new action “Make buzzer sound”
      • Added a new event “PoE Over Budget” – event is triggered when current consumption exceeds the predefined limits
      • Added a new event “Fan Error”
      • Added the “Power consumption monitoring and control” dialog in “Server settings’.
    • Hanwha AI camera (tested with model PNO-A9081R and firmware 1.41.01_20200318_R342).
    • Autofocus icon did not appear if an NVR channel was opened on Scene and just changed the status from offline to online. Fixed.
    • If the “Backup” media type was used for export from Hanwha NVRs, export from Hanwha SRN-4000 did not work. Fixed.
    • Operation type for IO sensors was changed when Hanwha NVR was added to the media server. Fixed.
    • Advanced PTZ didn’t work for Hanwha PTZ camera connected via Hanwha NVR. Fixed.
    • Fixed unexpected WAVE XRN encoder sensors change.

 

 

 

 

 

4.0.0.29988

Release Date: October 31, 2019

 

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Build Number: 29988
Password: hiavud

 

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Release Notes

  • IMPORTANT
    • UBUNTU 14.04 SUPPORT: Ubuntu 14.04 is no longer supported due to official end of life in April 2019. Please upgrade to Ubuntu 16 or later before updating to this version to avoid issues!
    • 32-BIT SUPPORT: 32 Bit operating system (both Windows and Ubuntu Linux) installation packages are no longer supported. If you have a system with any 32-bit server, the upgrade will not work.
    • 4.0 BETA USERS. Before installing the release version, please remove the old analytics data and plugins.
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • Added web-page to media server settings documentation.
    • Default period of scheduled database backup was changed to 1 week (6 weeks maximum).
  • BUG FIXES
    • Sometimes user could not log in to the system after cloud merge. Fixed.
    • Fixed an issue with high memory usage during UDP video stream recording.
    • Web Page Calendar worked incorrectly on Windows in time zones with DST. Fixed.
    • Fixed an issue concerning cloud users with a TLD greater than 6 chars.
    • There was no warning about the minimum requirements for the Client application. Fixed.
    • Graphical artifacts observed on different Mac devices. Fixed.
    • No audio in RTSP tracks from server with multicast streams as a source. Fixed.
    • Fixed H.265 decoding issue for generic multicast.
    • Sometimes the desktop client was frozen after jumping from an archived video to a live stream.
    • Stream URL was not refreshed after applying some changes on “Expert” tab. Fixed.
    • Modal windows faded into the background on Mac OS 10.15. Fixed
    • Media server stopped working correctly if Advanced settings for an analog encoder were changed from the desktop client. Fixed.
    • Preview search in the desktop client worked incorrectly. Fixed.
    • Not all screens were displayed in video wall overview mode. Fixed.
    • “Keep camera stream and profile settings” became enabled after disabling and re-enabling “Allow System to optimize camera settings”. Fixed.
    • Fixed different media server and client crashes.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • ACTI B78 camera could not be auto-discovered. Fixed.
    • Forced ONVIF for cameras:
      • ACTI Z31, Z32, Z81, Z82, Z76, Z91, Z92, Z950, A950
    • Found a workaround for the issue with Dahua URLs streams.
    • Fixed an issue with encoder selection for secondary streams on ONVIF cameras.
    • Primary stream resolution was too low for Amcrest IP4M-1026. Fixed.
    • Input/Output fixes:
      • HIKVISION DS-2CD2955FWD*
  • HANWHA DEVICES SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES:
    • There was “Too Many Connections” issue if more than 5 NVR channels were opened on Scene. Fixed.
    • Server could not get chunks from NVR if response time was too long. Fixed.
  • ==================== Previous Release ===================
  • NEW FEATURES
    • H.265 for ONVIF Devices – The H.265 codec is now supported for cameras detected and managed via ONVIF.
    • Layout-as-an-Action – A predefined layout can be opened when an event occurs.
    • Secure Export – EXE and NOV exported files can be protected by a password (option is only available only if export a single stream, not Multi-Video).
    • Failover on Storage Failure – Failover now also occurs when all designated storage drives fail on a Server.
    • Virtual Camera – Users can now import offline video files (from wearable cameras, action cams, drones, etc) into archive and associate with a virtual camera which can be used like other cameras in a system.
    • RTSP / HTTP Dual Stream Support – Users can now add two streams when creating an RTSP/HTTP camera which enables dual streaming and adaptive scaling. When a secondary stream is added, the primary stream also becomes modifiable.
    • Webcam Support – Webcams (Built-In and USB) are now supported on Windows and Ubuntu Linux operating systems with dual-streaming and audio support. Great for demos, operator response recording, and more.
    • Metadata SDK and Plugins – A software development kit (SDK) for rapid integration of intelligent 3rd party systems and devices. Includes a comprehensive feature set designed for AI and deep learning driven computer vision applications focused on object recognition and automation. Using the Metadata SDK, developers can create Plugins for the Server application that take advantage of key new features, including:
      • Metadata search by attributes, time interval or region of interest on camera
      • Object overlays on live video and playback
      • Camera-specific video analytics settings
      • Programmatic creation of custom Events in the Rules Engine
      • Plugin configuration in a new tab in System Administration Dialog.
      • Added possibility to select storage to store analytics data and other metadata.
    • Encrypted Video and HTTPS Communications – Added the ability to force the system to use HTTPS and to encrypt video traffic.
    • C2P Integration – Integration with Convergence to Pixels (aka C2P, http://www.c2p.com/), a product that integrates a wide variety of 3rd party solutions including:
      • Access Control: Axis A1001, Blue Access Cobalt X1, DMP XR550, Identicard PremiSys, Isonas Pure Access, Keri Systems NXT, RBH AximonV, DSX WinDXS
      • Asset Tracking: iWeigh, DHL, SEUR, Barcode Readers (Generic)
      • Audio Analytics: Shotspotter
      • Automation: AVEVA Wonderware, Advantec ADAM 5000 series
      • Banking: Diebold Nixdorf Opteva ATMs, Fiserv, Biometrics (IMID Access
      • LPR: Elsag MPH900, HTS C50, Q-Free Intrada, Mango DSP Viper, Neural Labs VPAR, Platesmart ARES, Vigilant Solutions, Inex Tech IZ ALPR Cameras
      • Point-of-Sale: Agilisys InfoGenesis POS, Oracle Micros Simphony/VSS, NCR Radiant 1500 Series, NCR Retalix StorePoint, POSitouch, Heartland Xpient IRIS Restaurant POS, LOC SMS, IBM-RMS
      • Video Analytics: iRONYUN.
    • Custom Watermark over Video – when “Display watermark with username over video” option is checked, the username of the operator who exported the video is displayed on exported video and while viewing.
    • Cloud System Merge – Cloud connected Systems can now be merged together. Note that Cloud merge now works only on Cloud portal. In order to merge, the same user must have the Owner role in both systems.
    • Redesigned System Update:
      • Improved update for systems with multiple servers.
      • Improved update when bandwidth between servers is low. Update does not fail if a single server drops the connection.
      • Upgrade for unsupported operating systems can be blocked. If a new version does not support the current operating system for a server the update process will not start.
    • Updates to the Desktop Client User Interface – comprehensive revamp of UI / UX for improved usability:
      • Notifications Panel – now includes quick tabs for Notifications, Motion Detection, Bookmarks, Events and Objects as well as the ability to search and filter each respective tab
      • Resource Panel – Keyword Search has been moved to the top of the Resource panel and operators can now search for Servers, Cameras, Layouts, Showreels, Video Walls, Web Pages, Users and Local Files
      • Add Device Dialog – added the ability to assign devices to specific servers in a multi-server system
      • Camera Settings Dialog – redesigned for enhanced readability and usability
      • Device Selection Dialog – redesigned for enhanced usability
      • Time Synchronization Dialog – redesigned for enhanced readability
      • Storage Analytics Dialog. – redesigned for enhanced readability and usability
    • Action parameters placeholders for the “Do HTTP request” action – Source, Caption or Description placeholders can be added to HTTP POST request body to be automatically replaced by the corresponding values from Generic Event query params. Placeholders syntax:
      • {event.source}
      • {event.caption}
      • {event.description}
    • Desktop Client CLI launch – Desktop client can be launched with a command line parameter to define initial layout. This allows programming pop-up like behavior.
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • System Scalability – The maximum number of recommended servers, resources, and users in a single System has been increased significantly. If approaching Maximum recommended System size please consult with Support for scalability planning. The maximums below are based on lab testing results and could vary significantly based on the project’s real-world environment.
      • Maximum Recommended Servers in a System:100
      • Maximum Recommended Resources (Cameras, NVR Channels, I/O Modules) in a System: 10,000
      • Maximum Recommended total amount of Users in a System: 1,000.
    • Paxton Access Control integration support re-implemented.
    • Update RTSP port – Introduced the ability to modify camera RTSP port from Expert tab.
    • Overall system security improved with known vulnerabilities addressed.
    • “Add Device…” option is now available in the main menu.
    • Added the ability to export several bookmarks in .nov and .exe file from the Bookmark Log dialog.
    • API Improvements:
      • Audio export in HLS tracks is supported.
      • Video Wall advanced API. Improved Rest API methods for working with layouts (getLayout, saveLayout). It is now also possible to display a camera on a specific monitor.
      • Added watermark for video files exported via HTTP Progressive Downloading API call.
      • Added mp4 export support for HTTP Progressive Downloading API call.
      • API: “analytics” periodsType is now listed in ec2/recordedTimePeriods documentation.
      • Server API improvements and fixes.
    • New hotkeys for Item actions (top icons):
      • i = show / hide item Info
      • m = enter / exit Smart Motion search
      • p = enter / exit PTZ
      • d = enter / exit Fisheye Dewarping
      • w = create Zoom Window.
    • New hotkeys for Layout actions:
      • Ctrl + Shift + S = Save Layout As…
      • →, ↓, PgDn, Space, Enter = next Layout in Showreel
      • ←, ↑, PgUp, Backspace = last Layout in Showreel
      • Esc = Exit item fullscreen.
    • Minimum Grid Size for Layout – Users have the option to set a minimum Viewing Grid size (initial number of Viewing Grid items) in layout settings (works in both Desktop client and in Video Wall).
    • Video Wall Improvements:
      • It is now possible to add backgrounds to layouts on Video Wall screen.
      • It is now possible to enable/disable the Timeline on Video Wall.
    • The Bookmark button was replaced with the Thumbnails button on the Timeline.
    • Minor UX and UI improvements and fixes.
    • Added the ability to share cameras between users via drag-and-drop in the Resource Tree.
    • Minor context-sensitive help improvements.
    • Optimized processing of large bookmark databases (500+ MB).
    • The Local Files list in Resource Panel now updates when a source folder is changed or a file in the folder is removed or added.
    • Time format is now unified through the whole VMS and is taken from the operating system.
    • Rules Engine Updates (Events & Actions):
      • “Set to full screen” and “Exit full screen” actions added to Event Rules engine allowing video items to be displayed in full screen mode based on events.
      • Checkbox “Omit logging” added to Generic Event. When checked, a Generic Event will not be added to the event log. This allows operators to program display values as a text overlay from Generic Events without making database calls.
      • “Storage failure” has been renamed to “Storage issue” in the event log/rules.
      • Added “pre-recording” option to “Device recording” action.
      • Added “System is updated” event logging to the Audit trail.
      • “Do HTTP request” action now supports HTTPS urls.
      • Added event “Plugin event”- Plugins can generate events which can be used to create Rules in the Rules Engine.
      • Added notification if all servers in the system are not connected to the Internet and time cannot be synchronized with the Internet.
    • If aspect ratio is set to Auto in the Camera Settings dialog, the aspect ratio of the second stream will be modified to match the first stream.
    • Added Czech, Brazilian, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Dutch (Belgium) and Brazilian-Portuguese languages support.
    • Added support for IP address in LDAP URL.
    • Soft triggers are now sorted alphabetically.
    • Added the ability to backup database automatically once per day (6 days maximum).
    • I/O port name shows in related email notifications now.
    • Minimal buffer size on Desktop client for LIVE mode reduced.
    • Added server API link for generic event.
    • Added LDAP search timeout setting.
    • Added ‘Trust Camera Timestamps’ on “Expert tab. If it is enabled, the archive will be recorded with respect to camera time.
    • Client now takes into account settings on Routing Management tab and pulls video only from allowed network addresses.
    • Desktop client can be resized with a command line parameter.
    • Fetching users from LDAP was optimized a bit.
    • Changed available listed analytics events in Event Log: analytics events with configured event rule are only shown.
    • Cloud connectivity (firewalls and proxy servers) improved.
    • “Admin DN” was renamed to “Admin DN or CN” in LDAP settings.
    • Added video traffic delivery method indicator on item: Direct connect, NAT traversal (N) and Proxy (P)
    • Server was sending requests to manually added cameras/streams even when the auto-discovery option was disabled. Now it keeps sending requests only if Failover is enabled.
    • New hotkey for item: Esc = Exit item fullscreen
    • Links are supported now in custom text on update notification.
    • Welcome screen tiles sorting was changed. If a system is hidden it is now removed from the list of tiles.
    • The following operator actions are no longer allowed on locked layouts: item rotation, cell spacing, aspect ratio changes, interactions with zoom window.
    • Add client configuration parameters to control the default behavior of the “Info” button.
    • Added plugins information on the “Server settings” dialog.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • New In-Camera Analytics Support:
      • Added DW MTT analytics support for devices running firmware 4.2.1.0(17898)T)
    • The following in-camera analytics options were hidden for DW TVT VA cameras:
      • cross line people counting
      • crowd density
      • intruding people detection
      • object status changed
      • ’Video Cast detection’ also renamed to ‘Abnormal color detection’
    • Dahua in-camera analytics – tested with firmware 2.622.0000000.31.R, Build Date 2018-08-13
      • Motion detection
      • Face detection
      • Alarm detection
      • Storage absence detection
      • Storage failure detection
      • Storage low space detection
      • Video blind detection
      • Scene change detection (Video abnormal detection)
      • Audio anomaly detection (Audio input abnormal detection)
      • Login error detection
    • Dahua in-camera analytics – Not tested, but potentially supported:
      • Video loss detection
      • Defocus detection
      • Tripwire detection (Cross line detection)
      • Intrusion detection (Cross region detection)
      • Abandoned object detection (Left object detection)
      • Missing object detection (Taken away detection)
      • Audio intensity change detection (Audio mutation detection)
      • High temperature detection
      • Alarm output detection
    • Input/Output fixes:
      • Hikvision OEM (NC328-VBZ)
      • IPC222ER-F36
      • Hikvision DS-2CD2625FWDxxx, Hikvision|DS-2CD2625FWDxxx, DS-2TD2166xxx, DS-2DF8223I, DS-2DF8223I-AEL, DS-2CD2155FWD-IS, DS-2CD4A26FWD-xxx, iDS-2CD8426xxx
      • 2N Helios IP Verso and Helios IP Force
      • All Uniview models
      • DW-ENHD* encoders
      • Outputs are considered as inputs for DW-MV421D. Fixed
      • Fixed Input for DWC-PVF9M2TIR
      • Input/Output fixes for HIKVISION DS-2TD1217-6/V1
    • Added H.265 support for:
      • Vivotek FD9371-HTV
      • DWC-MB45DiA, DWC-MV85DiA, DWC-PB6M4T, DWC-PF5M1TIR.
    • PTZ Improvements:
      • Removed PTZ capabilities for: DW PZ21M69T, DWC-PVX16W,DWC-PZ21M69T,DWC-PB6M4T,DWC-MTT4Wi28,DWC-MTT4Wi36,DWC-MTT4Wi6,DWC-MVT4Wi28,DWC-MVT4Wi36,DWC-MVT4Wi6,DWC-MBT4Wi28,DWC-MBT4Wi36,DWC-MD72i4V,DWC-MD724V
      • Zoom only capabilities: DWC-MB45DiA, DWC-MTT4WiA, DWC-MVT4WiA
      • Relative PTZ move improvements for ONVIF devices – PTZ now works more accurately for ONVIF devices
      • PTZ support by ISAPI for Hikvision cameras
      • Acti B915
      • Bosch MIC IP starlight 7000HD/7000i
    • Advanced PTZ support for:
      • Flir CP-6302, FC-644ID
      • IPC_HCMN2108
      • Dahua SD50225U-HNI, DH-SD49225T-HN
      • Uniview IPC6252SR-X22U,IPC6252SL-X33UP, IPC6322SR−X22P−C
      • LTS PTZIP762X20IR
      • PTZ presets supported on Bosch VG5-7230-EPC5
      • Hikvision DS-2DF8836IV-AEL, DS-2DE4A320IW-DE
      • Vivotek SD9365/SD9366
      • Videotec UCHD-30x-VT
      • Dahua PDN6CT230HN, SD50225U-HNI
    • New Multi-Sensor Camera Support (Single License):
      • Dahua IPC-HDBW7233X-AS-E2-0280B, IPC-PDBW8800xxx, IPC-PDBW5831P-B360, PSD81602-A360, IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M, IPC-hdbw4233x, IPC-hdbw7233x
      • Hikvision DS-2PT3326IZ-DE3, DS-2cd6d24fwd, DS-2TD2636, DS-2CD6924F*, DS-2CD6D54* and DS-2CD6D24 camera families
      • Axis P3707, P3709, Q3708, Q3709, Q6000, P3717, F34, FA54
      • Vivotek MA8391, MA9321
      • Avigilon 9W-H3-3Mxxx
      • Geovision GV-SV48000
      • Secubest NVM3-A16
      • SHS-2215IZ
      • Manually added DWC-PVX16W camera appeared as a multi-sensor node with 3 channels and 1 independent one. Fixed
      • FLIR: DH-390.
    • New Devices Supported with Analog Encoder License:
      • Dahua DH-XVR encoder line, DHI-NVR5832, DH-NVR4232, DH-NVR4216, DHI-NVR52a16, IPC-PDB4830-b360, IPC-hdbw13a0e, DHI-NVR5832-16p-4ks2, DH-NVR4232-4k, DH-NVR4216-8p-4k, DHI-NVR52a16-16p-4ks2, X52a3a, DH-xvr5108hs-x, DH-xvr4108hs-x, DHI-nvr4416-16p-4ks2, DH-xvr5108hs-4kl-x, DH-xvr5108hs-x, DHI-nvr4432-4ks2, DH-xvr7104he-4kl-x, DH-xvr5116he-x, DH-xvr7108e-4kl-b-x
      • Hikvision DS-6708, DS-7208HQHI-K2+, DS-8116, DS-9016, DS-6701HFI, DS-9804, DS-7732, DS-7708, DS-6708HQHI-SATA, DS-7116hqhi-k1, DS-7208hthi-k2, DS-7204hqhi, DS-6716huhi, DS-7216hqhi
      • Uniview DVS4101, DVS4104, EC1504-HF, NVR304-16EP, NVR308-64E, NVR308-32R-B, NVR304-32E*, NVR302-16S-P16, NVR302-08S-P8, NVR201-04U, NVR-301-08S, NVR301-081-P8, NVR201-041P
      • Bosch VIP X1600 XFM4, VIP X1600 M4S, VIDEOJET MULTI 4000
      • Sony SNT-EP104, SNT-EP154, SNT-EX101E
      • Vivotek VS8100, VS8102
      • Digital Watchdog: DW-ENHD16x
      • Vista VIPER-HDA encoders
      • Novicam TR2116A
      • Vicon VLR-ENC-16
      • RVI: rvi-hdr16lb-m_v.2
      • ACTi V24
      • Sharp YC-r0814.
      • HiWatch: DS-h116g
      • LTS LTN8716K-HT
      • Visualint VI-M-4-1000
      • HAR324-16
      • Hunt Electronics HAR324-16
      • Zynek zkd408a, zkd608a, zkd408b
      • ENEO MAM-6me1012mta,
      • Epcom EV1016turbox
      • Costar CRT1200en
      • Swann DVR16-4500
    • Arecont Vision:
      • AV02CID-100, AV12ZMD-401, 08ZMV-300, AV20CMB-100, AV05CID, AV20975, AV12975, AV12976.
      • AV40185 sensor order incorrect. Fixed.
      • Fixed Arecont AV08CPD-118.
      • When taking a screenshot from a 2-sensor AV camera, only 1 sensor was displayed. Fixed.
      • Motion detection didn’t work on AV20CPD-118. Fixed.
      • The lens order of Arecont’s AV4656DN (Duo) was incorrect. Fixed.
      • Increased target bitrate for multi-sensor Arecont Vision cameras in RTSP mode
      • Server pulled RTSP stream from multisensor Arecont Vision cameras with much lower fps than expected. Fixed.
    • Axis:
      • AXISP1375, AXISQ6215, AXISM4206, AXISA8207, AXISP1445, AXISP3807, AXISP3235, AXISP3518, AXISD201-S, AXISQ3527, AXISP9106, **Axis M7011, M7014, P7216, Q7424RMKII supported.
      • Audio did not work on Axis cameras after upgrade to 9.x firmware. Fixed.
      • Codec and resolution could not be changed on Axis cameras with 9.x firmware. Fixed.
      • 2-way audio could not be changed on Axis cameras with 9.x firmware. Fixed.
    • Rule “Output on Soft Trigger” did not work as expected for fixed event duration on AXIS A8105-E. Fixed.
      • IP address was changing in Resource Panel for Axis cameras with firmware higher than 7.0 causing gaps in the Timeline. Fixed.
      • Axis I/O module A9161 supported.
    • Digital Watchdog:
      • Choppy video experienced with DW-PB6M4T. Fixed.
      • DWC-MV72i28v was not properly added manually, if ONVIF port differed from 80. Fixed.
      • DWC-PVX16W – sensors now display separately (no longer stitched).
      • Multi-channel video streaming for DW multi-sensor cameras is now available through API.
      • Added 2way audio support for DWC-PF5M1TIR
      • Preview image did not display on the Fisheye tab for DW CaaS Fisheye cameras. Fixed.
      • Snapshot in email on motion detection of DWC-PB6M4T panoramic camera with 3 sensors showed image of one random sensor and black for other sensors. Fixed.
      • Expert setting “Calculate bitrate per GOP” was automatically forced for some DW cameras. Now its default state is “disabled” and it can be modified by operators.
      • Flickering observed on DW Multi-sensor cameras in Mobile app. Fixed.
    • Hikvision/Vivotek/Dahua:
      • ”Face detection” was incorrectly detected as an available in-camera analytic for Hikvision cameras. Fixed.
      • ”Line crossing” event didn’t work for Hikvision DS-2CD2555FWD-I and potentially for other models. Fixed.
      • Desktop client was freezing while viewing H.265 stream from Hikvision DS-2CD6A64F-IHS/NFC in full screen. Fixed.
      • Hikvision DS-2CD2955FWD-IS failed to stream if audio was enabled and codec was set to g711u. Fixed.
      • Audio could not be enabled for Hikvision DS-2CD2543G0-IS stream and potentially on other models. Fixed.
      • Wrong standard resolution was chosen for some Hikvision cameras. Fixed.
      • After upgrade to version 3.2, codec switched from H.265 to H.264 on Hikvision and Vivotek cameras. Fixed.
      • Some channels from Hikvision encoders failed to display. Fixed.
      • Hikvision 6716 encoder performance improvements
      • Hikvision DS-2DE2A204IW-DE3 framerate issue resolved
      • Implemented PTZ control for Pelco cameras on Hikvision DS-7332HUHI-K4 DVR.
      • Vivotek FD8162 showed erroneous Advanced PTZ capabilities. Fixed
      • VIVOTEK MA9321-EHTV only worked with H265 codec, but not with H264. Fixed.
      • Max resolution was not always detected correctly for some Dahua cameras. Fixed.
    • Other Specific Device Updates:
      • Digital I/O did not work for 2N Helios cameras. Fixed.
      • Axis encoders, Axis multi-channel cameras and Hikvision multi-channel cameras were added as independent devices causing IP conflict notifications. Fixed.
      • Server reported RTP errors on UNIVIEW IPC542E-DLC-C when no error existed. Fixed.
      • Incorrect secondary stream URL was configured on EVO-180WxD. Fixed.
      • Rule “Generic Event – output trigger” sometimes stopped working on ADAM I/O Modules. Fixed.
      • Added a possibility to view a multicast stream from ONVIF cameras.
      • Worked around resolution issue for Honeywell H4W4PER2.
      • OpenEye c7413-awr supported
  • BUG FIXES
    • Snapshot was incorrect in email notification on an Apple Mail client. Fixed.
    • The Timeline did not appear for offline cameras on offline server in multi-server systems. Fixed.
    • Single video export did network properly for a few specific cameras. Fixed.
    • ”Target” value was not filled in event log if event camera and action camera were on different servers. Fixed.
    • PTZ tour speed did not work as expected for ONVIF cameras. Fixed.
    • Updates tab was broken after opening dialog with a custom update warning. Fixed.
    • Offline or removed cameras were not displayed in the Resource Panel after storage archive was rebuilt. Fixed.
    • Could not add external storage with password and enabled quota. Fixed.
    • Client sometimes froze during “Browse for update File” on MacOS. Fixed.
    • Sometimes Desktop client failed to connect to Server via Cloud. Fixed.
    • ”Play archive from the web” is removed from email for cameras on server without public IP.
    • Zoom windows aspect ratio was incorrect for wide items. Fixed.
    • The Timeline was not shown for video files downloaded from Web Client. Fixed.
    • Client auto-restart didn’t work on MacOS if two Desktop Clients were opened. Fixed.
    • Recording did not start when adequate storage space was freed up. Fixed.
    • .nov file would not open if Desktop Client had not already been opened at least once on MacOs. Fixed.
    • Server public IP was not detected in rare cases. Fixed.
    • Adding a new storage with inadequate free space lead to archive removal. Fixed.
    • Issue with incorrect free space on Advanced settings for storage quota. Fixed.
    • Auto-discovered multichannel resource channels were distributed between different Servers within the system. Fixed.
    • Cloud user was not logged out automatically from Desktop Client if password was changed. Fixed.
    • Incorrect time on Web Client timeline if server local OS time was not synchronized. Fixed.
    • Incorrect notification occurred for generic event with “+” in source/caption/description. Fixed.
    • Video archive for some cameras with default password was not available in Web/Cloud Client. Fixed.
    • Entire system was disconnected from the Cloud if just one Server was detached from the system. Fixed.
    • Sometimes LPR Analytics feature was not available in Server. Fixed.
    • Desktop client experienced crashes during Bookmark search with Japanese symbols. Fixed.
    • Desktop client experienced crashes when adding .*png file to Showreel. Fixed.
    • Errors displaying the Calendar and the Timeline in the Desktop client when selecting an offline camera on an offline merged server. Fixed.
    • Gaps in archive occurred when Servers were experiencing high load and time synchronization was turned on. Fixed.
    • Desktop Client sometimes froze after clicking OK on the “Update is complete” message box. Fixed.
    • Checkbox “Disable Native presets” in Advanced tab in Camera Settings dialog was disabled for some ONVIF cameras. Fixed.
    • “Move to position” on dewarped video caused image from camera to black out until the move was complete. Fixed.
    • Linux-based server monitoring graphs repeatedly dropped to 0 without known reason. Fixed.
    • In rare cases camera stream URL did not change after camera IP address was modified. Fixed.
    • Issue with “Restore from backup” feature in Desktop client on Mac OS. Fixed.
    • H.265 streams pulled from Server could not be played in VLC player. Fixed.
    • Desktop client did not react to “Time synchronization is disabled” option. Fixed.
    • Uploading .mp3 files for the “Play sound” action failed. Fixed
    • Windows-based servers sometimes sent misformatted emails. Fixed
    • Intrusion Detection notifications were not received from some Hikvision models. Issue has been worked around. Check with support for more info.
    • Exporting H.265 video stream to .avi file did not work. Fixed.
    • Layout background images did not work on Mac Client. Fixed.
    • User could not change the background image in Desktop Client running on Mac OS X. Fixed.
    • Server misinterpreted the amount of free space on Nx1 causing false-positive “System Drive Full” event. Fixed.
    • Servers status process worked incorrectly with experimental p2p mode enabled. Fixed.
    • “Allow System to optimize device settings” checkbox was set incorrectly after upgrade on Ubuntu. Fixed.
    • Issue with the timestamp on “Export video” dialog for part of an archive with daylight saving time. Fixed.
    • API function “Download archive” allowed downloading only low quality stream even though camera had only one (high quality) stream. Fixed.
    • Incorrect screenshot requested from the video archive on some cameras which support codec changing. Fixed.
    • RTSP stream from server could not be pulled with “codec=mjpeg” parameter. Fixed.
    • One-click update failed in some multi-server environments. Fixed.
    • System Administration Dialog window height was too large for display and could not be changed when more than 50 servers were merged in a System. Fixed.
    • The “Camera disconnected” event was not aggregated by cameras. Fixed.
    • Fixed playback issues that happened when playing archive with gaps in Web Client.
    • Wrong screenshots from cameras were displayed in notification panel when Generic Events occurred. Fixed.
    • Server was unable to play some streams added as RTSP links. Fixed.
    • Reported stability issues with Server RTSP streaming. Fixed.
    • Mediaserver continued recording to the target directory even after target device had been unmounted. Fixed.
    • Sometimes archive was not available after archive reindex for storages with 10000+ files. Fixed.
    • Motion search was reset if any other camera panel button was pressed. Fixed.
    • Multicast stream with the same port but with different IP didn’t work. Fixed.
    • Calendar worked incorrectly for current date with enabled thumbnails on timeline. Fixed.
    • HLS live stream did not display in Microsoft Edge. Fixed.
    • Server detected only one analytics event for Hikvision camera after start. Fixed.
    • When logging in as “Live Viewer”, opening several cameras and pressing Space, “Not enough licenses” message appeared. Fixed.
    • CIFS storage was not unmounted when server was shut down.Fixed.
    • Footage from “deleted cameras” was not accessible after rebuilding the Archive Index on a new Server. Fixed.
    • Now desktop client uses currently connected server for all LDAP request.
    • Saved password on welcome screen was changed automatically when user changed his password. Fixed.
    • Client sometimes froze when opening/closing multiple RTSP streams. Fixed.
    • Incorrect Japanese Translation. Fixed
    • Server crashed intermittently when importing a large number of users (more than 6000). Fixed.
    • Slider position was incorrect if user paused video, switched to another tab and back. Fixed.
    • 2-way audio button was displayed on items on preview search layout. Fixed.
    • Other users local files were shown in resource tree. Fixed.
    • HLS did not work with a camera that had dot in unique resource name. Fixed.
    • Desktop client windows did not properly scale when dragging between screens with different resolutions. Fixed.
    • Bookmark could be searched via a deleted tag. Fixed.
    • The “Setup new system” dialogue appeared before the EULA was accepted. Fixed.
    • Smart search area was reset after making a screenshot. Fixed.
    • HTML tags were not processed correctly in the custom update notification. Fixed.
    • All exported files were read-only after exporting “read-only” file, regardless of applied export settings. Fixed.
    • Server Setup dialog was not translated. Fixed.
    • Layout aspect ratio was not changed if only one camera was opened on the layout and AR was changed for it. Fixed.
    • Aspect ratio for layout with background changed after the first item dropped to such layout. Fixed.
    • After reconnecting to another cloud system a mouse click was simulated on MacOS client before a user actually clicked on anything. Fixed.
    • “Edit” and “Hide” context menu items were not translated on tiles. Fixed.
    • Exported layout where rotation or aspect ratio change was applied to items displayed as unsaved. Fixed.
    • Current bitrate was not shown on “Storage Analytics” for cameras with Motion+Low res recording. Fixed.
    • Camera full screen mode did not work in Chrome. Fixed.
    • Web client did not work for all new web users. Fixed.
    • Several memory leaks identified during testing. Fixed.
    • Sometimes cameras added as RTSP streams froze. Fixed.
    • Sometimes old archive become unmanaged by Server and not accessible. Fixed.
    • Fixed issues with synchronization with the internal archive of Lilin cameras.
  • NEW OPERATING SYSTEMS/PLATFORMS
    • MacOS 10.15 “Catalina”.
    • Ubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS now supported.
  • TESTED OPERATING SYSTEMS
    • Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10/Enterprise, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016 v1607
    • Ubuntu LTS: 16.04, 18.04
    • OS X 10.13: “High Sierra”, 10.14: “Mojave”, 10.15 “Catalina”.
  • BREAKING CHANGES
    • 32 Bit operating system (both Windows and Ubuntu Linux) installation packages are no longer supported.
    • Ubuntu 14.04 is no longer supported due to official end of life in April 2019.
    • Windows Server 2008 support was dropped.
  • KNOWN LIMITATIONS
    • USB Webcams will only be discovered if they are recognized by the operating system they are installed upon. Windows often automatically installs the driver for USB webcams. Ubuntu Linux typically requires driver / 3rd party software installation in order for a USB webcam to be recognized.
  • HANWHA DEVICES SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • Hanwha cameras lens control now supported.
    • Multicast stream support via generic RTSP – User must enable multicast (RTSP) in the video profile for Hanwha IP cameras before streams can be added to a Server using generic RTSP (example RTSP stream address: rtsp://192.168.0.78/multicast/profile5/media.smp).
    • New Device Support:
      • Hanwha NVR (Including PTZ): QRN-1610S, QRN-810S, QRN-410S.
    • New Hanwha In-Camera Analytics Events:
      • Queue Management (queue-meter)
      • Shock Detection
      • Temperature change detection (tested on TNO-4030T).
    • New PTZ Support:
      • PTZ Override now supported for Box Camera / Zoom Box Camera with RS-422/485
      • Hanwha XRN-2010 Advanced PTZ Support added
      • Improved PTZ movement (increased smoothness) for many Hanwha cameras
      • PTZ capabilities added for all SPE encoders. PTZ capabilities can now be modified on the “Expert” tab in the Camera Settings dialog
    • Hanwha SNF-8010 camera misreported “PTZ” icon fixed.
    • Other Device Fixes:
      • Analog Encoder License support added for Hanwha SPE-* encoders
      • Hanwha SNP-5300 initialization fixed
      • Audio setup in NVR camera channels was missing in advanced camera settings. Fixed
      • If PNM-9000VQ channels each had a different resolution they showed incorrectly in the “Advanced” tab. Fixed
      • X Series Cameras were discovered twice. Fixed
      • Camera output via NVR support added
      • Added ”Smart Zoom” support for Hanwha 4-headed ‘fixed’ lens camera with built-in 2M 32x PTZ camera (PNM-9320VQP). Once “Smart Zoom” button is clicked, users can draw a box on any fixed sensor video to launch the PTZ camera and target the user input zoom area.
    • Incorrect timeline for SRD-1685. Fixed.
    • Sometimes SPE-410 was discovered twice. Fixed.
    • XRN-1610 worked incorrectly if NVR password contained ‘:’ . Fixed.
    • Hanwha servers RAID diagnostic notification – If one on the disk in the RAID goes offline, notification is generated.
    • Added ability to view a multicast stream from ONVIF and Hanwha cameras.
    • Not all chunks were shown on timeline from Hanwha NVR in case of “Cont+Evnt” recording type. Fixed.
    • Unable to view archive from NVR channel with offline camera. Fixed.
    • Resolution could be changed via Advanced settings even if the “Keep camera streams and profiles settings” option was set. Fixed.
    • While controlling PTZ move on XRN-2010 the camera was still moving after the mouse button was released. Fixed.
    • NVR channel audio checkbox “Enable Audio” was disabled until NVR was re-registered. Fixed.
    • Incorrect audio bitrate in the “Advanced” tab for PNF-9010. Fixed.
    • Live and archive video didn’t work in Web Client for systems with NVRs. Fixed.

 

4.0.0.29786

Release Date: September 30, 2019

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 29786
Password: 5ex3cb

 

Download Links

 

 

Release Notes

  • IMPORTANT:
    • 4.0 BETA USERS. Before installing the release version, please remove the old analytics data and plugins.
  • NEW FEATURES
    • H.265 for ONVIF Devices – The H.265 codec is now supported for cameras detected and managed via ONVIF.
    • Layout-as-an-Action – A predefined layout can be opened when an event occurs.
    • Secure Export – .exe, .nov exported files can be protected by a password (option is only available from the Multi-Video export tab on the export dialog).
    • Failover on Storage Failure – Failover now also occurs when all designated storage drives fail on a Server.
    • Virtual Camera – Users can now import offline video files (from wearable cameras, action cams, drones, etc) into archive and associate with a virtual camera which can be used like other cameras in a system.
    • RTSP / HTTP Dual Stream Support – Users can now add two streams when creating an RTSP/HTTP camera which enables dual streaming and adaptive scaling. When a secondary stream is added, the primary stream also becomes modifiable.
    • Webcam Support – Webcams (Built-In and USB) are now supported on Windows and Ubuntu Linux operating systems with dual-streaming and audio support. Great for demos, operator response recording, and more.
    • Metadata SDK and Plugins – A software development kit (SDK) for rapid integration of intelligent 3rd party systems and devices. Includes a comprehensive feature set designed for AI and deep learning driven computer vision applications focused on object recognition and automation. Using the Metadata SDK, developers can create Plugins for the Server application that take advantage of key new features, including:
      • Metadata search by attributes, time interval or region of interest on camera
      • Object overlays on live video and playback
      • Camera-specific video analytics settings
      • Programmatic creation of custom Events in the Rules Engine
      • Plugin configuration in a new tab in System Administration Dialog.
      • Added possibility to select storage to store analytics data and other metadata.
    • Encrypted Video and HTTPS Communications – Added the ability to force the system to use HTTPS and to encrypt video traffic.
    • C2P Integration – Integration with Convergence to Pixels (aka C2P,http://www.c2p.com/), a product that integrates a wide variety of 3rd party solutions including:
      • Access Control: Axis A1001, Blue Access Cobalt X1, DMP XR550, Identicard PremiSys, Isonas Pure Access, Keri Systems NXT, RBH AximonV, DSX WinDXS
      • Asset Tracking: iWeigh, DHL, SEUR, Barcode Readers (Generic)
      • Audio Analytics: Shotspotter
      • Automation: AVEVA Wonderware, Advantec ADAM 5000 series
      • Banking: Diebold Nixdorf Opteva ATMs, Fiserv, Biometrics (IMID Access
      • LPR: Elsag MPH900, HTS C50, Q-Free Intrada, Mango DSP Viper, Neural Labs VPAR, Platesmart ARES, Vigilant Solutions, Inex Tech IZ ALPR Cameras
      • Point-of-Sale: Agilisys InfoGenesis POS, Oracle Micros Simphony/VSS, NCR Radiant 1500 Series, NCR Retalix StorePoint, POSitouch, Heartland Xpient IRIS Restaurant POS, LOC SMS, IBM-RMS
      • Video Analytics: iRONYUN.
    • Custom Watermark over Video – when “Display watermark with username over video” option is checked, the username of the operator who exported the video is displayed on exported video and while viewing.
    • Cloud System Merge – Cloud connected Systems can now be merged together. Note that Cloud merge now works only on Cloud portal. In order to merge, the same user must have the Owner role in both systems.
    • Redesigned System Update:
      • Improved update for systems with multiple servers.
      • Improved update when bandwidth between servers is low. Update does not fail if a single server drops the connection.
      • Upgrade for unsupported operating systems can be blocked. If a new version does not support the current operating system for a server the update process will not start.
      • It is now possible to add custom description for any build.
    • Updates to the Desktop Client User Interface – comprehensive revamp of UI / UX for improved usability:
      • Notifications Panel – now includes quick tabs for Notifications, Motion Detection, Bookmarks, Events and Objects as well as the ability to search and filter each respective tab
      • Resource Panel – Keyword Search has been moved to the top of the Resource panel and operators can now search for Servers, Cameras, Layouts, Layout Tours, Video Walls, Web Pages, Users and Local Files
      • Add Device Dialog – added the ability to assign devices to specific servers in a multi-server system
      • Camera Settings Dialog – redesigned for enhanced readability and usability
      • Device Selection Dialog – redesigned for enhanced usability
      • Time Synchronization Dialog – redesigned for enhanced readability
      • Storage Analytics Dialog. – redesigned for enhanced readability and usability
      • Camera selection dialog – redesigned for enhanced readability and usability
    • Action parameters placeholders for the “Do HTTP request” action – Source, Caption or Description placeholders can be added to HTTP POST request body to be automatically replaced by the corresponding values from Generic Event query params. Placeholders syntax:
      • {event.source}
      • {event.caption}
      • {event.description}
    • Desktop Client CLI launch – Desktop client can be launched with a command line parameter to define initial layout. This allows programming pop-up like behavior.
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • System Scalability – The maximum number of recommended servers, resources, and users in a single System has been increased significantly. If approaching Maximum recommended System size please consult with Support for scalability planning. The maximums below are based on lab testing results and could vary significantly based on the project’s real-world environment.
      • Maximum Recommended Servers in a System:100
      • Maximum Recommended Resources (Cameras, NVR Channels, I/O Modules) in a System: 10,000
      • Maximum Recommended total amount of Users in a System: 1,000.
    • Paxton Access Control integration support re-implemented.
    • Update RTSP port – Introduced the ability to modify camera RTSP port from Advanced tab.
    • Overall system security improved with known vulnerabilities addressed.
    • “Add Device…” option is now available in the main menu.
    • Added the ability to export several bookmarks in .nov and .exe file from the Bookmark Log dialog.
    • API Improvements:
      • Audio export in HLS tracks is supported.
      • Video Wall advanced API. Improved Rest API methods for working with layouts (getLayout, saveLayout). It is now also possible to display a camera on a specific monitor.
      • Added watermark for video files exported via HTTP Progressive Downloading API call.
      • Added mp4 export support for HTTP Progressive Downloading API call.
      • API: “analytics” periodsType is now listed in ec2/recordedTimePeriods documentation.
      • Server API improvements and fixes.
    • New hotkeys for Item actions (top icons):
      • i = show / hide item Info
      • m = enter / exit Smart Motion search
      • p = enter / exit PTZ
      • d = enter / exit Fisheye Dewarping
      • w = create Zoom Window.
    • New hotkeys for Layout actions:
      • Ctrl + Shift + S = Save Layout As…
      • →, ↓, PgDn, Space, Enter = next Layout in Layout Tour
      • ←, ↑, PgUp, Backspace = last Layout in Layout Tour
      • Esc = Exit item fullscreen.
    • Minimum Grid Size for Layout – Users have the option to set a minimum Viewing Grid size (initial number of Viewing Grid items) in layout settings (works in both Desktop client and in Video Wall).
    • Video Wall Improvements:
      • It is now possible to add backgrounds to layouts on Video Wall screen.
      • It is now possible to enable/disable the Timeline on Video Wall.
    • Minimum size for zoom window can be disabled.
    • The Bookmark button was replaced with the Thumbnails button on the Timeline.
    • Minor UX and UI improvements and fixes.
    • Added the ability to share cameras between users via drag-and-drop in the Resource Tree.
    • Minor context-sensitive help improvements.
    • Optimized processing of large bookmark databases (500+ MB).
    • The Local Files list in Resource Panel now updates when a source folder is changed or a file in the folder is removed or added.
    • Time format is now unified through the whole VMS and is taken from the operating system.
    • Rules Engine Updates (Events & Actions):
      • “Set to full screen” and “Exit full screen” actions added to Event Rules engine allowing video items to be displayed in full screen mode based on events.
      • Checkbox “Omit logging” added to Generic Event. When checked, a Generic Event will not be added to the event log. This allows operators to program display values as a text overlay from Generic Events without making database calls.
      • “Storage failure” has been renamed to “Storage issue” in the event log/rules.
      • Added “pre-recording” option to “Device recording” action.
      • Added “System is updated” event logging to the Audit trail.
      • “Do HTTP request” action now supports HTTPS urls.
      • Added event “Plugin event”- Plugins can generate events which can be used to create Rules in the Rules Engine.
      • Added notification if all servers in the system are not connected to the Internet and time cannot be synchronized with the Internet time.
    • If aspect ratio is set to Auto in the Camera Settings dialog, the aspect ratio of the second stream will be modified to match the first stream.
    • Added Czech, Brazilian, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Dutch (Belgium) and Brazilian-Portuguese languages support.
    • Added support for IP address in LDAP URL.
    • Soft triggers are now sorted alphabetically.
    • Added the ability to backup database automatically once per month.
    • I/O port name shows in related email notifications now.
    • Minimal buffer size on Desktop client for LIVE mode reduced.
    • Added server API link for generic event.
    • Added LDAP search timeout setting.
    • Added ‘Trust Camera Timestamps’ on “Expert tab. If it is enabled, the archive will be recorded with respect to camera time.
    • Client now takes into account settings on Routing Management tab and pulls video only from allowed network addresses.
    • Desktop client can be resized with a command line parameter.
    • Fetching users from LDAP was optimized a bit.
    • Changed available listed analytics events in Event Log: analytics events with configured event rule are only shown.
    • Cloud connectivity (firewalls and proxy servers) improved.
    • “Admin DN” was renamed to “Admin DN or CN” in LDAP settings.
    • Added video traffic delivery method indicator on item: Direct connect, NAT traversal (N) and Proxy (P)
    • Server was sending requests to manually added cameras/streams even when the auto-discovery option was disabled. Now it keeps sending requests only if Failover is enabled.
    • New hotkey for item: Esc = Exit item fullscreen
    • Links are supported now in custom text on update notification.
    • Welcome screen tiles sorting was changed. If a system is hidden it is now removed from the list of tiles.
    • The following operator actions are no longer allowed on locked layouts: item rotation, cell spacing, aspect ratio changes, interactions with zoom window.
    • Add client configuration parameters to control the default behavior of the “Info” button.
    • Added plugins information on the “Server settings” dialog.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • New In-Camera Analytics Support:
      • Added DW MTT analytics support for devices running firmware 4.2.1.0(17898)T)
    • The following in-camera analytics options were hidden for DW TVT VA cameras:
      • cross line people counting
      • crowd density
      • intruding people detection
      • object status changed
      • ’Video Cast detection’ also renamed to ‘Abnormal color detection’
    • Dahua in-camera analytics – tested with firmware 2.622.0000000.31.R, Build Date 2018-08-13
      • Motion detection
      • Face detection
      • Alarm detection
      • Storage absence detection
      • Storage failure detection
      • Storage low space detection
      • Video blind detection
      • Scene change detection (Video abnormal detection)
      • Audio anomaly detection (Audio input abnormal detection)
      • Login error detection
    • Dahua in-camera analytics – Not tested, but potentially supported:
      • Video loss detection
      • Defocus detection
      • Tripwire detection (Cross line detection)
      • Intrusion detection (Cross region detection)
      • Abandoned object detection (Left object detection)
      • Missing object detection (Taken away detection)
      • Audio intensity change detection (Audio mutation detection)
      • High temperature detection
      • Alarm output detection
    • Input/Output fixes:
      • Hikvision OEM (NC328-VBZ)
      • IPC222ER-F36
      • Hikvision DS-2CD2625FWDxxx, Hikvision|DS-2CD2625FWDxxx, DS-2TD2166xxx, DS-2DF8223I, DS-2DF8223I-AEL, DS-2CD2155FWD-IS, DS-2CD4A26FWD-xxx, iDS-2CD8426xxx
      • 2N Helios IP Verso and Helios IP Force
      • All Uniview models
      • DW-ENHD* encoders
      • Outputs are considered as inputs for DW-MV421D. Fixed
      • Fixed Input for DWC-PVF9M2TIR
      • Input/Output fixes for HIKVISION DS-2TD1217-6/V1
    • Added H.265 support for:
      • Vivotek FD9371-HTV
      • DWC-MB45DiA, DWC-MV85DiA, DWC-PB6M4T, DWC-PF5M1TIR.
    • PTZ Improvements:
      • Removed PTZ capabilities for: DW PZ21M69T, DWC-PVX16W,DWC-PZ21M69T,DWC-PB6M4T,DWC-MTT4Wi28,DWC-MTT4Wi36,DWC-MTT4Wi6,DWC-MVT4Wi28,DWC-MVT4Wi36,DWC-MVT4Wi6,DWC-MBT4Wi28,DWC-MBT4Wi36,DWC-MD72i4V,DWC-MD724V
      • Zoom only capabilities: DWC-MB45DiA, DWC-MTT4WiA, DWC-MVT4WiA
      • Relative PTZ move improvements for ONVIF devices – PTZ now works more accurately for ONVIF devices
      • PTZ support by ISAPI for Hikvision cameras
      • Acti B915
      • Bosch MIC IP starlight 7000HD/7000i
    • Advanced PTZ support for:
      • Flir CP-6302, FC-644ID
      • IPC_HCMN2108
      • Dahua SD50225U-HNI, DH-SD49225T-HN
      • Uniview IPC6252SR-X22U,IPC6252SL-X33UP, IPC6322SR−X22P−C
      • LTS PTZIP762X20IR
      • PTZ presets supported on Bosch VG5-7230-EPC5
      • Hikvision DS-2DF8836IV-AEL, DS-2DE4A320IW-DE
      • Vivotek SD9365/SD9366
      • Videotec UCHD-30x-VT
      • Dahua PDN6CT230HN, SD50225U-HNI
    • New Multi-Sensor Camera Support (Single License):
      • Dahua IPC-HDBW7233X-AS-E2-0280B, IPC-PDBW8800xxx, IPC-PDBW5831P-B360, PSD81602-A360, IPC-HDBW4231F-E2-M, IPC-hdbw4233x, IPC-hdbw7233x
      • Hikvision DS-2PT3326IZ-DE3, DS-2cd6d24fwd, DS-2TD2636, DS-2CD6924F*, DS-2CD6D54* and DS-2CD6D24 camera families
      • Axis P3707, P3709, Q3708, Q3709, Q6000, P3717, F34, FA54
      • Vivotek MA8391, MA9321
      • Avigilon 9W-H3-3Mxxx
      • Geovision GV-SV48000
      • Secubest NVM3-A16
      • SHS-2215IZ
      • Manually added DWC-PVX16W camera appeared as a multi-sensor node with 3 channels and 1 independent one. Fixed
      • FLIR: DH-390.
    • New Devices Supported with Analog Encoder License:
      • Dahua DH-XVR encoder line, DHI-NVR5832, DH-NVR4232, DH-NVR4216, DHI-NVR52a16, IPC-PDB4830-b360, IPC-hdbw13a0e, DHI-NVR5832-16p-4ks2, DH-NVR4232-4k, DH-NVR4216-8p-4k, DHI-NVR52a16-16p-4ks2, X52a3a, DH-xvr5108hs-x, DH-xvr4108hs-x, DHI-nvr4416-16p-4ks2, DH-xvr5108hs-4kl-x, DH-xvr5108hs-x, DHI-nvr4432-4ks2, DH-xvr7104he-4kl-x, DH-xvr5116he-x, DH-xvr7108e-4kl-b-x
      • Hikvision DS-6708, DS-7208HQHI-K2+, DS-8116, DS-9016, DS-6701HFI, DS-9804, DS-7732, DS-7708, DS-6708HQHI-SATA, DS-7116hqhi-k1, DS-7208hthi-k2, DS-7204hqhi, DS-6716huhi, DS-7216hqhi
      • Uniview DVS4101, DVS4104, EC1504-HF, NVR304-16EP, NVR308-64E, NVR308-32R-B, NVR304-32E*, NVR302-16S-P16, NVR302-08S-P8, NVR201-04U, NVR-301-08S, NVR301-081-P8, NVR201-041P
      • Bosch VIP X1600 XFM4, VIP X1600 M4S, VIDEOJET MULTI 4000
      • Sony SNT-EP104, SNT-EP154, SNT-EX101E
      • Vivotek VS8100, VS8102
      • Digital Watchdog: DW-ENHD16x
      • Vista VIPER-HDA encoders
      • Novicam TR2116A
      • Vicon VLR-ENC-16
      • RVI: rvi-hdr16lb-m_v.2
      • ACTi V24
      • Sharp YC-r0814.
      • HiWatch: DS-h116g
      • LTS LTN8716K-HT
      • Visualint VI-M-4-1000
      • HAR324-16
      • Hunt Electronics HAR324-16
      • Zynek zkd408a, zkd608a, zkd408b
      • ENEO MAM-6me1012mta,
      • Epcom EV1016turbox
      • Costar CRT1200en
      • Swann DVR16-4500
    • Arecont Vision:
      • AV02CID-100, AV12ZMD-401, 08ZMV-300, AV20CMB-100, AV05CID, AV20975, AV12975, AV12976.
      • AV40185 sensor order incorrect. Fixed.
      • Fixed Arecont AV08CPD-118.
      • When taking a screenshot from a 2-sensor AV camera, only 1 sensor was displayed. Fixed.
      • Motion detection didn’t work on AV20CPD-118. Fixed.
      • The lens order of Arecont’s AV4656DN (Duo) was incorrect. Fixed.
      • Increased target bitrate for multi-sensor Arecont Vision cameras in RTSP mode
      • Server pulled RTSP stream from multisensor Arecont Vision cameras with much lower fps than expected. Fixed.
    • Axis:
      • AXISP1375, AXISQ6215, AXISM4206, AXISA8207, AXISP1445, AXISP3807, AXISP3235, AXISP3518, AXISD201-S, AXISQ3527, AXISP9106, **Axis M7011, M7014, P7216, Q7424RMKII supported.
      • Audio did not work on Axis cameras after upgrade to 9.x firmware. Fixed.
      • Codec and resolution could not be changed on Axis cameras with 9.x firmware. Fixed.
      • 2-way audio could not be changed on Axis cameras with 9.x firmware. Fixed.
    • Rule “Output on Soft Trigger” did not work as expected for fixed event duration on AXIS A8105-E. Fixed.
      • IP address was changing in Resource Panel for Axis cameras with firmware higher than 7.0 causing gaps in the Timeline. Fixed.
      • Axis I/O module A9161 supported.
    • Digital Watchdog:
      • Choppy video experienced with DW-PB6M4T. Fixed.
      • DWC-MV72i28v was not properly added manually, if onvif port differed from 80. Fixed.
      • DWC-PVX16W – sensors now display separately (no longer stitched).
      • Multi-channel video streaming for DW multi-sensor cameras is now available through API.
      • Added 2way audio support for DWC-PF5M1TIR
      • Preview image did not display on the Fisheye tab for DW CaaS Fisheye cameras. Fixed.
      • Snapshot in email on motion detection of DWC-PB6M4T panoramic camera with 3 sensors showed image of one random sensor and black for other sensors. Fixed.
      • Expert setting “Calculate bitrate per GOP” was automatically forced for some DW cameras. Now its default state is “disabled” and it can be modified by operators.
      • Flickering observed on DW Multi-sensor cameras in Mobile app. Fixed.
    • Hikvision/Vivotek/Dahua:
      • ”Face detection” was incorrectly detected as an available in-camera analytic for Hikvision cameras. Fixed.
      • ”Line crossing” event didn’t work for Hikvision DS-2CD2555FWD-I and potentially for other models. Fixed.
      • Desktop client was freezing while viewing H.265 stream from Hikvision DS-2CD6A64F-IHS/NFC in full screen. Fixed.
      • Hikvision DS-2CD2955FWD-IS failed to stream if audio was enabled and codec was set to g711u. Fixed.
      • Audio could not be enabled for Hikvision DS-2CD2543G0-IS stream and potentially on other models. Fixed.
      • Wrong standard resolution was chosen for some Hikvision cameras. Fixed.
      • After upgrade to version 3.2, codec switched from H.265 to H.264 on Hikvision and Vivotek cameras. Fixed.
      • Some channels from Hikvision encoders failed to display. Fixed.
      • Hikvision 6716 encoder performance improvements
      • Hikvision DS-2DE2A204IW-DE3 framerate issue resolved
      • Implemented PTZ control for Pelco cameras on Hikvision DS-7332HUHI-K4 DVR.
      • Vivotek FD8162 showed erroneous Advanced PTZ capabilities. Fixed
      • VIVOTEK MA9321-EHTV only worked with H265 codec, but not with H264. Fixed.
      • Max resolution was not always detected correctly for some Dahua cameras. Fixed.
    • Other Specific Device Updates:
      • Digital I/O did not work for 2N Helios cameras. Fixed.
      • Axis encoders, Axis multi-channel cameras and Hikvision multi-channel cameras were added as independent devices causing IP conflict notifications. Fixed.
      • Server reported RTP errors on UNIVIEW IPC542E-DLC-C when no error existed. Fixed.
      • Incorrect secondary stream URL was configured on EVO-180WxD. Fixed.
      • Rule “Generic Event – output trigger” sometimes stopped working on ADAM I/O Modules. Fixed.
      • Added a possibility to view a multicast stream from Onvif cameras.
      • Worked around resolution issue for Honeywell H4W4PER2.
      • OpenEye c7413-awr supported
  • BUG FIXES:
    • Snapshot was incorrect in email notification on an Apple Mail client. Fixed.
    • The Timeline did not appear for offline cameras on offline server in multi-server systems. Fixed.
    • Single video export did network properly for a few specific cameras. Fixed.
    • ”Target” value was not filled in event log if event camera and action camera were on different servers. Fixed.
    • PTZ tour speed did not work as expected for ONVIF cameras. Fixed.
    • Updates tab was broken after opening dialog with a custom update warning. Fixed.
    • Offline or removed cameras were not displayed in the Resource Panel after storage archive was rebuilt. Fixed.
    • Could not add external storage with password and enabled quota. Fixed.
    • Client sometimes froze during “Browse for update File” on MacOS. Fixed.
    • Sometimes Desktop client failed to connect to Server via Cloud. Fixed.
    • ”Play archive from the web” is removed from email for cameras on server without public IP.
    • Zoom windows aspect ratio was incorrect for wide items. Fixed.
    • The Timeline was not shown for video files downloaded from Web Client. Fixed.
    • Client auto-restart didn’t work on MacOS if two Desktop Clients were opened. Fixed.
    • Recording did not start when adequate storage space was freed up. Fixed.
    • .nov file would not open if Desktop Client had not already been opened at least once on MacOs. Fixed.
    • Server public IP was not detected in rare cases. Fixed.
    • Adding a new storage with inadequate free space lead to archive removal. Fixed.
    • Issue with incorrect free space on Advanced settings for storage quota. Fixed.
    • Auto-discovered multichannel resource channels were distributed between different Servers within the system. Fixed.
    • Cloud user was not logged out automatically from Desktop Client if password was changed. Fixed.
    • Incorrect time on Web Client timeline if server local OS time was not synchronized. Fixed.
    • Incorrect notification occurred for generic event with “+” in source/caption/description. Fixed.
    • Video archive for some cameras with default password was not available in Web/Cloud Client. Fixed.
    • Entire system was disconnected from the Cloud if just one Server was detached from the system. Fixed.
    • Sometimes LPR Analytics feature was not available in Server. Fixed.
    • Desktop client experienced crashes during Bookmark search with Japanese symbols. Fixed.
    • Desktop client experienced crashes when adding .*png file to Showreel. Fixed.
    • Errors displaying the Calendar and the Timeline in the Desktop client when selecting an offline camera on an offline merged server. Fixed.
    • Gaps in archive occurred when Servers were experiencing high load and time synchronization was turned on. Fixed.
    • Desktop sometimes froze after clicking OK on the “Update is complete” message box. Fixed.
    • Checkbox “Disable Native presets” in Advanced tab in Camera Settings dialog was disabled for some ONVIF cameras. Fixed.
    • “Move to position” on dewarped video caused image from camera to black out until the move was complete. Fixed.
    • Linux-based server monitoring graphs repeatedly dropped to 0 without known reason. Fixed.
    • In rare cases camera stream URL did not change after camera IP address was modified. Fixed.
    • Issue with “Restore from backup” feature in Desktop client on Mac OS. Fixed.
    • H.265 streams pulled from Server could not be played in VLC player. Fixed.
    • Desktop client did not react to “Time synchronization is disabled” option. Fixed.
    • Uploading .mp3 files for the “Play sound” action failed. Fixed
    • Windows-based servers sometimes sent misformatted emails. Fixed
    • Intrusion Detection notifications were not received from some Hikvision models. Issue has been worked around. Check with support for more info.
    • Exporting H.265 video stream to .avi file did not work. Fixed.
    • Layout background images did not work on Mac Client. Fixed.
    • Servers status process worked incorrectly with experimental p2p mode enabled. Fixed.
    • “Allow System to optimize device settings” checkbox was set incorrectly after upgrade on Ubuntu. Fixed.
    • Issue with the timestamp on “Export video” dialog for part of an archive with daylight saving time. Fixed.
    • API function “Download archive” allowed downloading only low quality stream even though camera had only one (high quality) stream. Fixed.
    • Incorrect screenshot requested from the video archive on some cameras which support codec changing. Fixed.
    • RTSP stream from server could not be pulled with “codec=mjpeg” parameter. Fixed.
    • One-click update failed in some multi-server environments. Fixed.
    • System Administration Dialog window height was too large for display and could not be changed when more than 50 servers were merged in a System. Fixed.
    • The “Camera disconnected” event was not aggregated by cameras. Fixed.
    • Fixed playback issues that happened when playing archive with gaps in Web Client.
    • Wrong screenshots from cameras were displayed in notification panel when Generic Events occurred. Fixed.
    • Server was unable to play some streams added as RTSP links. Fixed.
    • Reported stability issues with Server RTSP streaming. Fixed.
    • Mediaserver continued recording to the target directory even after target device had been unmounted. Fixed.
    • Sometimes archive was not available after archive reindex for storages with 10000+ files. Fixed.
    • Motion search are was reset if other camera panel button was pressed. Fixed.
    • Multicast stream with the same port but with different IP didn’t work. Fixed.
    • Calendar worked incorrectly for current date with enabled thumbnails on timeline. Fixed.
    • HLS live stream did not display in Microsoft Edge. Fixed.
    • Server detected only one analytics event for Hikvision camera after start. Fixed.
    • When logging in as “Live Viewer”, opening several cameras and pressing Space, “Not enough licenses” message appeared. Fixed.
    • CIFS storage was not unmounted when server was shut down.Fixed.
    • Footage from “deleted cameras” was not accessible after rebuilding the Archive Index on a new Server. Fixed.
    • Now desktop client uses currently connected server for all LDAP request.
    • Saved password on welcome screen was changed automatically when user changed his password. Fixed.
    • Client sometimes froze when opening/closing multiple RTSP streams. Fixed.
    • Incorrect Japanese Translation. Fixed
    • Server crashed intermittently when importing a large number of users (more than 6000). Fixed.
    • Slider position was incorrect if user paused video, switched to another tab and back. Fixed.
    • 2-way audio button was displayed on items on preview search layout. Fixed.
    • Other users local files were shown in resource tree. Fixed.
    • HLS did not work with a camera that had dot in unique resource name. Fixed.
    • Desktop client windows did not properly scale when dragging between screens with different resolutions. Fixed.
    • Bookmark could be searched via a deleted tag. Fixed.
    • The “Setup new system” dialogue appeared before the EULA was accepted. Fixed.
    • Smart search area was reset after making a screenshot. Fixed.
    • HTML tags were not processed correctly in the custom update notification. Fixed.
    • All exported files were read-only after exporting “read-only” file, regardless of applied export settings. Fixed.
    • Server Setup dialog was not translated. Fixed.
    • Layout aspect ratio was not changed if only one camera was opened on the layout and AR was changed for it. Fixed.
    • Aspect ratio for layout with background changed after the first item dropped to such layout. Fixed.
    • After reconnecting to another cloud system a mouse click was simulated on MacOS client before a user actually clicked on anything. Fixed.
    • “Edit” and “Hide” context menu items were not translated on tiles. Fixed.
    • Exported layout where rotation or aspect ratio change was applied to items displayed as unsaved. Fixed.
    • Current bitrate was not shown on “Storage Analytics” for cameras with Motion+Low res recording. Fixed.
    • Camera full screen mode did not work in Chrome. Fixed.
    • Web client did not work for all new web users. Fixed.
    • Several memory leaks identified during testing. Fixed.
    • Sometimes cameras added as RTSP streams froze. Fixed.
    • Sometimes old archive become unmanaged by Server and not accessible. Fixed.
    • Fixed issues with synchronization with the internal archive of Lilin cameras.
  • NEW OPERATING SYSTEMS/PLATFORMS
    • MacOS 10.15 “Catalina”.
    • Ubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS now supported.
  • TESTED OPERATING SYSTEMS
    • Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10/Enterprise, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016 v1607
    • Ubuntu LTS: 16.04, 18.04
    • OS X 10.13: “High Sierra”, 10.14: “Mojave”, 10.15 “Catalina”.
  • BREAKING CHANGES
    • 32 Bit operating system (both Windows and Ubuntu Linux) installation packages are no longer supported.
    • Ubuntu 14.04 is no longer supported due to official end of life in April 2019.
    • Windows Server 2008 support was dropped.
  • KNOWN LIMITATIONS
    • USB Webcams will only be discovered if they are recognized by the operating system they are installed upon. Windows often automatically installs the driver for USB webcams. Ubuntu Linux typically requires driver / 3rd party software installation in order for a USB webcam to be recognized.
  • HANWHA DEVICES SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • Hanwha cameras lens control now supported.
    • Multicast stream support via generic RTSP – User must enable multicast (RTSP) in the video profile for Hanwha IP cameras before streams can be added to a Server using generic RTSP (example RTSP stream address: rtsp://192.168.0.78/multicast/profile5/media.smp).
    • New Device Support:
      • Hanwha NVR (Including PTZ): QRN-1610S, QRN-810S, QRN-410S.
    • New Hanwha In-Camera Analytics Events:
      • Queue Management (queue-meter)
      • Shock Detection
      • Temperature change detection.
    • New PTZ Support:
      • PTZ Override now supported for Box Camera / Zoom Box Camera with RS-422/485
      • Hanwha XRN-2010 Advanced PTZ Support added
      • Improved PTZ movement (increased smoothness) for many Hanwha cameras
      • PTZ capabilities added for all SPE encoders. PTZ capabilities can now be modified on the “Expert” tab in the Camera Settings dialog
    • Hanwha SNF-8010 camera misreported “PTZ” icon fixed.
    • Other Device Fixes:
      • Analog Encoder License support added for Hanwha SPE-* encoders
      • Hanwha SNP-5300 initialization fixed
      • Audio setup in NVR camera channels was missing in advanced camera settings. Fixed
      • If PNM-9000VQ channels each had a different resolution they showed incorrectly in the “Advanced” tab. Fixed
      • X Series Cameras were discovered twice. Fixed
      • Camera output via NVR support added
      • Added ”Smart Zoom” support for Hanwha 4-headed ‘fixed’ lens camera with built-in 2M 32x PTZ camera (PNM-9320VQP). Once “Smart Zoom” button is clicked, users can draw a box on any fixed sensor video to launch the PTZ camera and target the user input zoom area.
    • Incorrect timeline for SRD-1685. Fixed.
    • Sometimes SPE-410 was discovered twice. Fixed.
    • XRN-1610 worked incorrectly if NVR password contained ‘:’ . Fixed.
    • Hanwha servers RAID diagnostic notification – If one on the disk in the RAID goes offline, notification is generated.
    • Added ability to view a multicast stream from Onvif and Hanwha cameras.
    • Not all chunks were shown on timeline from Hanwha NVR in case of “Cont+Evnt” recording type. Fixed.
    • Unable to view archive from NVR channel with offline camera. Fixed.
    • Resolution could be changed via Advanced settings even if the “Keep camera streams and profiles settings” option was set. Fixed.
    • While controlling PTZ move on XRN-2010 the camera was still moving after the mouse button was released. Fixed.
    • NVR channel audio checkbox “Enable Audio” was disabled until NVR was re-registered. Fixed.
    • Incorrect audio bitrate in the “Advanced” tab for PNF-9010. Fixed.
    • Live and archive video didn’t work in Web Client for systems with NVRs. Fixed.
 

3.2.0.20840

Release Date: July 31, 2018

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 20840
Password: t7pi57

 

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Release Notes

  • ATTENTION!!!
    • If you are on Windows 7, please make sure the following updates are NOT installed. If they are installed, please uninstall them first or you may experience issues with upgrade!:
      • KB4340556
      • KB4338818
      • KB4054530
    • See details here
  • DO NOT UGPRADE SYSTEMS USING THE PAXTON INTEGRATION TO THIS RELEASE . This release does not support Paxton integration. A subsequent build will be made available for Paxton users.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS
    • Analog Encoder License support for Hanwha SPE-1610/410 encoder models.
  • BUG FIXES: 
    • Audio playback/export did not function as expected on Hanwha NVRs. Fixed.
    • Server did not initialize properly If a large storage drive was mounted to server directory. Fixed.
    • Analytics events did not function as expected for some Hikvision cameras. Fixed.
    • Italian language icon was missing in the Local Settings Dialog. Fixed.
  • IMPROVEMENTS:
    • Added Ukrainian language.
  • ——————————————————————————————————————
  • ———– INITIAL RELEASE NOTES FOR 3.2.0.20807 (Jul 09, 2018) ———–
  • ——————————————————————————————————————
  • NEW FEATURES
    • NVR improvements (X, P, Q series)
      • PTZ support
      • Cameras advanced settings support
      • Secondary stream for NVRs support during Live
    • In-Camera Analytics Support – Users can now use in-camera analytics events when creating rules in the rules engine for Axis, Digital Watchdog, and Hikvision cameras (previously only Hanwha).
    • Enhanced Export – a completely redesigned video export with the ability to burn in watermark logos during export.
    • Export Bookmarks from Timeline – a button has been added to allow users to export bookmarks directly from the Timeline.
    • Custom Camera Logical ID – Users can assign a custom Logical ID in the Camera Settings dialog to create an alias for the Camera ID in server API calls.
    • Contextual Help Revamp – A fully revamped version of the help manual.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS
    • Improved NVR playback (Hanwha X, P, Q series)
    • Device support added for:
      • Hanwha network video encoder SPE-410, SPE-1610
      • Arecont Vision AV08ZMD-300,AV02CID-100,AV05CID-100, AV02CMB-100, AV05CMB-100, AV02CLB-100, AV05CLB-100, AV02CLD-100, AV05CLD-100, AV08CPD-118, AV20CPD-118
      • Axis Q6214, M5054, D2050, Q6124, M5054, D2050, P1367, P1368, F40-Q1765, XF60-Q1765, P40-Q1765, F34, FA54, M5525, Q8742, P1275, Q8741, FA1105, FA4115, P1245, P1265, F1004, M3048, F8804, P3375, F4005, F1025, F1005, Q3517, Q8685, P3374, FA1125, F1015, F1035, Q3504, Q8642, Q8641, XF60-Q2901, XP40-Q1942, XF40-Q2901,P1447, Q3515, P1447, Q3515, M5065, M3058, M3015, P1290, Q6125, M3057, Q1645, Q1647, M5055, M3016, P1280, P1448.
      • Axis F44 encoder
      • Hikvision DS-7216, DS-2DF6223-CX
      • Hikvision 6704 encoder
    • 2-Way Audio support for:
      • ONVIF devices
      • Sony SNC-CX600,SNC-VM600, SNC-VM630, SNC-VM641, SNC-VB632, SNC-VB642, SNC-WR632, SNC-WR602, SNC-WR630, SNC-EM641
      • DW camera line
      • Hikvision cameras with firmware 5.3 and newer
    • Advanced PTZ support for:
      • UNIVIEW IPC6253SR-X33
      • Securicorp SCL-SDM03MVIR-WD3533X.
      • Hikvision DS-2DF8436IX-AELW, DS-2DF8236IZ-AEL, DS-2DE4220W, DS-2DE4220IW, DS-2DE7330IW-AE,DS-2DP1636ZIX-D/236
      • Vista VK2-HD30-PM
    • Analog Encoder License support for:
      • Acti V23
      • UNIVEW NVR302-16S-P16, NVR302-08S-P8
      • Sony SNT-EX104, SNT-EX154, SNT-EP154
      • Dahua DHI-HCVR7108H-V2, DHI-HCVR7108H-S2
      • Siqura EVE FOUR
      • Hikvision DS-6708
    • Input/Output fixes for:
      • Hikvision DS-2DE4A220IW-DE, DS-2CD2522FWD,DS-2CD2142FWD and OEM’ed versions, DS-6716, DS-6708
      • DWC-PF5M1TIR, DWC-MB45DiA, DWC-MV85DiA, DWC-PB6M4T
    • Ability to change image resolution and adjust bitrate (fine tuning) for:
      • Axis
      • Acti
      • Hikvision
      • ONVIF cameras
    • PTZ support added for some old Samsung cameras.
    • H.265 support for DWC-MTT4Wi36.
    • G.726 audio playback support.
    • G.726 and G.711 audio export to mp4 support.
    • FPS limit increased to 10 for Arecont Vision AV12275 and AV12276 cameras
    • DWC-PVX16W, DWC-PVX16W4, DWC-PVX16W6, DWC-PVX16W28, DWC-PZ21M69T multi-sensor cameras now have stitched view.
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • Redesigned video export.
    • Vulnerability fixes.
    • EULA fixes in Windows installer and server web page.
    • If EULA is updated, it is shown once on client launch and needs to be accepted.
    • Comprehensive user manual updates.
    • Analytics event types are split into impulse and stateful.
    • Developer feedback links were removed.
    • Improved minimum firmware warning for NVR.
    • Added message “Too many connections” for NVR in Web Client.
    • Added “Setup password” message in Web Client.
    • Cloud Beta warning has been removed from the System Administration dialog.
    • Events are split into groups in the Event Rules dialog.
    • Added a context menu to all local system tiles on the Welcome page.
    • Improved timeline behavior when motion search is activated.
    • Separate “Web page” tab in “Camera Settings/Advanced” dialog.
    • Database backup performed automatically prior to merging systems.
    • If multiple cameras do not support chosen event, a warning message is displayed.
    • Improved support for multi-sensor cameras (by UI and license).
    • Screen recording is disabled for users without Export Archive permission.
    • Checkbox “Launch video wall when Windows starts” is set by default now.
    • “Do HTTP Request” action improvements: multiple methods are supported (POST, GET, DELETE, PUT etc).
    • USB storage support. USB storage is not enabled by default but can be enabled with a parameter in config file.
    • Adaptive Scaling improvements.
    • Improved context help.
    • ”Local files” are no longer automatically expanded in the Resource Tree.
    • An administrator fetched by LDAP can now modify LDAP settings and fetch users.
  •  MAC OS FIXES:
    • Improved timeline on Web Client for retina displays.
    • Improved marker fade animation when timeline panel hides.
    • Animation of the time marker for NOV files is not smooth. Fixed.
  • Bug Fixes:
    • Cloud connectivity issues on ARM devices. Fixed.
    • System time was shown in UTC instead of correct time zone. Fixed.
    • Incorrect timeline in multi-video export. Fixed.
    • License key was truncated on “System Administration/Licenses”. Fixed.
    • Calendar showed incorrect date if client and server dates were different. Fixed.
    • It was possible to change the password for a particular channel on multi-channel devices. Fixed.
    • Links to the video were added to “Input event” email for a camera without recording. Fixed.
    • Scene went upside down if client switched to window mode and Resource Tree was resized from maximum to minimum. Fixed.
    • “The pipe is being closed” issue while upgrading through the installer. Fixed.
    • Manual activation link was unclickable in “System Administration/Licenses/Manual Activation”. Fixed
    • Network Storage drive could be initialized first, which was slow. Local drives are now always initialized first, which is fast, so recording starts quickly no matter what.
    • UDP multicast stream recording could stop after some time although live view was ok. Fixed.
    • Advanced settings were not shown as a web page for DW-CPRO cameras. Fixed.
    • “No Signal” error for Hikvision 2CD6362F-I. Fixed.
    • RTSP streams from VLC as RTSP server could not be viewed in Wave. Fixed.
    • Connectivity issues with Axis cameras opened in Web Client from Cloud Admin interface. Fixed.
    • DW cameras showed “404” error instead of web page in the “Advanced” tab. Fixed.
    • DTV cameras caused severe memory leaks in Media Server. Fixed.
    • Cameras added as generic RTSP links reappeared instantly after removal. Fixed.
    • DWC-PB6M4T camera improperly worked after autodiscovery. Fix was tested with firmware ver. 1.0.4.030b build on 2017-01-24.
    • “Offline” tiles could not be removed from the welcome screen. Fixed.
    • Resolution was immediately switched to low quality during fast forward and rewind regardless of CPU load. Fixed.
    • Auto-discovered NVR was shown in the Resource Tree as an unauthorized camera. Fixed.
    • Default password change was not detected in “Camera Settings” dialog. Fixed.
    • Motion detection analytics event was not triggered on Wave for ENCODER SPE-1610s. Fixed.
    • Hanwha XRN-1610 with a new firmware (2.10) did not work in Wave. Fixed.
    • Hanwha PRN-4011 hung if Client tried to play archive from 15 channels. Fixed
    • Timeline was not displayed for Hanwha NVR with many cameras and small chunks. Fixed.
    • Server did not start on RPI. Fixed.
    • “Enable audio” option was available for Axis cameras without audio support. Fixed.
    • Server added only a single stream from Axis Q6000. Now all four sensors can be added.
    • Archive backup bandwidth limit did not work for local drives. Fixed.
    • Server failed to add NAS with domains specified in username. Fixed
      • Video wall improperly detected screen geometry if more than six displays were attached. Fixed.
    • Audit trail did not log unsuccessful login attempts. Fixed.
    • In multi-server systems, camera could be recorded to several servers simultaneously. Fixed.
    • Server did not add Axis P3707 camera after a successful search. Fixed.
    • Single and multi-sensor cameras played asynchronously. Fixed.
    • Different UI and user manual translation issues. Fixed.
    • Client sometimes stuck when several clients were open. Fixed.
    • “Initialize focus” button did not work for Hanwha QND-7080. Fixed.
    • Uniview DVS4116 auto discovered information was incorrect. Fixed.
    • Axis horn speaker failed to work after upgrade to 3.1. Fixed.
    • Local time synchronization might misbehave if CPU clocks were imprecise. Fixed.
    • Multi-channel cameras had incorrect resolution in “Information” overlay in 2×2 mode. Fixed.
    • No audio from Acti cameras of AB2L platform. Fixed.
    • Dahua DH-SD22404T-GN PTZ did not follow in-client joystick commands. Fixed.
    • Dragging zoom window between ultra-widescreen and normal camera caused aspect ratio misbehavior. Fixed.
    • Sound from some cameras was played back with distortion on high frequencies. Fixed.
    • If camera was manually added and camera IP was changed after that, camera IP was not adjusted after new manual search. Fixed.
    • Various server and client crashes fixed.
    • Slight API documentation fixes.
  • TESTED OS:
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8
    • Windows 8.1
    • Windows 10
    • Windows Server 2008
    • Windows Server 2008 R2
    • Windows Server 2012
    • Windows Server 2012 R2
    • Windows Server 2016 v1607
    • Windows 10 Enterprise
    • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
    • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
    • OSX 10.11: “El Capitan”
    • OSX 10.12: “Sierra”
    • OSX 10.13: “High Sierra”
    • Raspberry PI 3 Model B Vi. 2 Kernel version 4.14 (Linux 9.4 (stretch))
    • Raspberry PI 3 Model B Vi. 2 Kernel version 4.9 (Linux 8.0 (jessie))
    • Banana Pi BPI-M1/BPI-M1+ Kernel version 3.4 (Linux 8.0 (jessie))
  • KNOWN LIMITATIONS:
    • Advanced Settings do not work for multi-channel cameras (PNM series except PNM-9020) via NVR.
    • DW Analytics.
      • Events don’t work if VCA and MD events are enabled simultaneously.
      • Need to wait for 2 minutes after event is enabled on camera web page.
      • Events work for all zones but don’t work for a specific zone.
      • Events stop working if camera CPU is more than 80%.
    • DW MTT Analytics:
      • Some events do not work simultaneously on DWC-MTT series cameras.
      • Camera sends spurious notifications for some events when settings are changed.
    • Axis analytics. If Axis People Counter is enabled on Axis camera, auto and manual discovery don’t work in software. Camera issue.
    • Recorded G.726 audio with 16 Kbit bitrate is not played in archive.
    • Export H.265 to .avi is not supported.
    •  

3.1.1.17802

Release Date: February 08, 2018

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 17802
Password: ttgaax

 

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Release Notes

  • Bug Fixes:
    • (#277) Server sent HTTP requests to cameras during failover even when cameras had been removed from the System. Fixed.
    • (#287) Export slow from NVR. Fixed.
    • Server became unresponsive when using analytics event to send outgoing HTTP request. Fixed.
    • Server could not discover NVR when NIC had multiple IP addresses assigned. Fixed.
  • Improvements:
    • Overall system stability has been improved.

3.1.1.17641

Release Date: January 24, 2018

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 17641
Password: t4k2xu

 

  • EULA updated
  • BUG FIXES:
    • If time on NVR jumped backward while the server is running, it could lead to the issues with archive playback form NVR. Fixed.
    • Year on the timeline was displayed incorrectly on some locales (French, Spanish). Fixed.

3.1.1.17547

Release Date: December 29, 2017

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 17547
Password: lww7or

 

 

Initial release.

 

Patch Release

 

 

 

4.1.0.31767

Release Date: September 29, 2020

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 31767
Password: l2eyxl

 

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Release Notes

  • NEW FEATURES
    • Redesigned PTZ controls – PTZ control have been redesigned for improved UX. To enable the new PTZ user interface go to Local Settings in the Desktop Client and uncheck the “Show aim overlay for PTZ cameras” checkbox.
    • Intel® Quick Sync Video – Intel® Quick Sync Video uses the dedicated media processing capabilities of Intel® Graphics Technology to decode and encode fast, enabling the processor to complete other tasks and improving system responsiveness. Vastly improves the ability of low power hardware (e.g. Intel Atom, Celeron) and the ability of the Desktop Client to decode very high resolution (e.g. 16 MP, 32MP) cameras and streams.
      • Go to Local Settings in the Desktop Client and check the “Use Hardware Video Decoding” checkbox to enable Intel Quick Sync Video.
      • “Use Hardware Video Decoding” is unchecked by default.
    • Fisheye lens projection options – Improve fisheye dewarping precision by selecting the most suitable lens projection type:
      • Equisolid
      • Equidistant
      • Stereographic.
  • ANALYTICS IMPROVEMENTS
    • The following models and analytics features should be supported but have not been exhaustively tested. Please test with your device(s) before implementing this patch:
    • Vivotek analytics plugin:
      • Models: See https://www.vivotek.com/learning/feature-article/24/smart-vca; as of this patch release, the available models consists of the following:
        • Fixed Dome Cameras: FD9165-HTx, FD9365-xHTVx, FD9391-EHTV, FD9187-Hx, FD9387-xHx,FD9189-Hx, FD9389-xHx, IT9389-Hx
        • Bullet Cameras: IB9365-xHTx, IB9391-EHT, IB9387-xHx, IB9389-xHx
        • 360° Cameras: FE9191, FE9391-EV, FE9382-EHV-v2
        • 180° Cameras: MS9321-EHV, MS9390-HV
        • Mobile Dome Cameras: MD9561-H, MD9581-H
      • Analytics Features:
        • Added ROI support and object tracking
        • Crowd detection
        • Intrusion detection
        • Line crossing
        • Loitering detection
        • Missing object
        • Running detection
        • Unattended object
        • Face detection (for some cameras, such as FD9165-HT)
      • Tested devices: FE9191, FD9165-HT
    • Hikvision Thermal Analytics plugin:
      • Models:
        • Hikvision Thermal cameras
      • Analytics Features:
        • Object tracking
        • Thermal alarm
        • Thermal pre-alarm
        • Thermal regions group
        • Thermal alarm for region 1/2/3/4
        • Thermal pre-alarm for region 1/2/3/4
      • Tested devices: DS-2TD1217B-6/PA (FW V5.5.24 build 200212), DS-2TD2117-3/V1 (FW V5.5.16 build 190429), DS-2TD1217-6/V1 (FW V5.5.18 build 191202).
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • New Axis Cameras supported: AXISP3715, AXISD201-S, AXISD101-S
    • New Arecont Vision Cameras supported: AV2756, AV12CPD
    • Encoders added to the analog list:
      • Bosch VIP X1 XF E
      • Dahua XVR5104x, DHI-NVR4208-8p-4ks2, DH-HCVR5216an-s3, x51a3e
      • Eneo XPM16
      • Geovision GV-VS2800, GV-VS2420, GV-VS21600
      • Hikvision DS-7216x
      • Siqura S-64 E
      • Truen co., ltd. TCS-3000
    • Multi-Sensor cameras:
      • Hikvision DS-2PT5326x, DS-2PT3122x
    • Advanced PTZ Support for:
      • Dahua SD59430U-HNI
      • Digital Watchdog DWC-MPTZ336x, DWC-MPTZ830x
      • Hikvision DS-2DP1636ZIX-D/250
      • Panasonic WV-S6130
    • The initialization time for some cameras has been improved.
    • Axis T8311 joystick would stop working after using 2Way audio on a PTZ camera. Fixed.
    • The incorrect stream resolution was displayed for the MIT Professional 2MP camera. Fixed.
    • Some camera models from Sony, Huawei, SMAX, Edimax, and A-MTK had configuration issues that caused the live stream to intermittently stop. Fixed.
    • Signal output did not work on Hikvision DS-7732NI-I4. Fixed.
    • Fixed an issue with 2-way audio for Uniview cameras.
    • Fixed a streaming issue for HIKVISION DVR DS-9632NI-I8.
    • Fixed an issue detecting the input signal for AMTK AH5583T.
    • MP2L2 codec is now supported on Hikvision cameras.
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • ”Allow only secure connections” (HTTPS traffic only) is turned on by default.
    • The limitations for pre- and post-recording are changed in Camera Settings: 90s for pre-recording and 300s for post-recording.
    • The in-client web browser now saves user credentials between browser sessions.
    • Added TLS support for LDAP on Linux-based systems.
    • Hotkeys changes:
      • [+] [−] keys are no longer used to zoom in or out on the Layout.
      • Shift + arrow keys are now used to select a camera on the Layout.
    • C2P cameras now require one analog encoder license per channel.
  • BUG FIXES
    • The FPS of a live stream would drop if a third-party software used the RTSP API to pull the stream from the Server. Fixed.
    • A fix for the error “Storage Issue: Analytics storage DB error. Insufficient permissions on the mount point” was made available. Enable the “forceAnalyticsDbStoragePermissons” advanced option from the WebAdmin interface to apply the fix.
    • The Desktop Client would crash if a microphone was disconnected during a 2-way audio session. Fixed.
    • There was no option to disable audio on a camera when “Allow System to optimize camera settings” was unchecked in System Administration. Fixed.
    • Fixed the GUI glitch that occurred when creating a new role in the User Roles dialog.
    • Adding a Virtual Camera and searching for a camera manually were not recorded in the Audit Trail. Fixed.
    • On Ubuntu, the scheduled backup didn’t start as expected if the VMS time was configured manually. Fixed.
    • Fixed an issue with WebAdmin and Cloud Portal availability for a system with 1000 cameras when accessed outside the network.
    • The overlay settings for Axis cameras in the “Advanced” tab didn’t work without reopening the camera. Fixed.
    • The Server returned an invalid thumbnail for the streams with B-frames. Fixed.
    • In some rare instances the Server would freeze. Fixed.
    • No motion was detected on multi-sensor panoramic cameras when “Force motion detection for stream” was enabled and set to Primary and “Disable secondary stream” was checked. Fixed.
    • “Restore from backup” was redesigned to be more straight-forward for Cloud-merged Systems.
    • The notification “Storage is not configured” disappeared when the Desktop Client was restarted. Fixed.
    • Media Server did not destroy the DeviceAgent on camera disconnect
    • Media Server improperly returned 500 for the correct ec2/analyticsLookupObjectTracks request. Fixed.
  • API/SDK CHANGES/FIXES
    • Metadata SDK:
      • Added a method for plugins to get the Server’s built-in SDK version.
      • Performing a text search for object type in the Desktop Client led to analytics metadata not working properly during playback. Fixed.
      • Metadata was received from Stub Analytics Plugin only after Server restart. Fixed.
      • When a plugin is enabled on a camera, and its settings are saved by pressing the “OK” button, settings values were not updated in GUI when the plugin setting dialog is being opened again. Fixed.
      • Stub Analytics Plugin: throwPluginDiagnosticEventsFromDeviceAgent setting was renamed to throwPluginDiagnosticEventsFromEngine.
    • API:
      • Fixed the API documentation for the getCamerasEx method. Removed the “cameraName” and “cameraId” fields.
      • /api/getEvents return codes updated.
  • KNOWN ISSUES
    • Hardware decoding doesn’t work on Ubuntu.
    • Hardware decoding is disabled, if there are 2 graphic adapters and the primary is not Intel®. In this case users should set up a “primary display” to Intel® adapter to make hardware acceleration work.
  • HANWHA DEVICES SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS/FIXES
    • Hanwha XND-6010 did not have audio in archived footage when the audio codec was set to G.726. Fixed.
    • Hanwha cameras were inaccessible from the Desktop Client if a password containing “%” was used. Fixed.
    • Level ‘Middle’ for BLC, WDR mode for Hanwha cameras couldn’t be applied via the Desktop Client. Fixed.
    • Hanwha Analytics Plugin improvements:
      • Best shot images in the right panel are now identical to the ones in the camera’s web interface.
      • Mask detection event added.
      • Added separate events for Object tracking type events (Face tracking, License Plate tracking, Person tracking, Vehicle tracking).
      • Description of the events is filled with the attributes’ names and their values.
      • Added a possibility to filter events by attribute:value pair.
      • Fixed an issue in the Hanwha analytics description field. 

3.2.0.21264

Release Date: October 18, 2018

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 21264
Password: 9fy2rf

 

Download Links

 

 

Release Notes

  • ATTENTION!!!
    • If you are on Windows 7, please make sure the following updates are NOT installed. If they are installed, please uninstall them first or you may experience issues with upgrade:
      • KB4340556
      • KB4338818
      • KB4054530
    • DO NOT UPGRADE SYSTEMS USING THE PAXTON INTEGRATION TO THIS PATCH. This patch does not support Paxton integration. A subsequent build will be made available for Paxton users.
  • NEW FEATURES:
    • C2P support
    • Relative PTZ move
    • Secondary stream for generic RTSP/HTTP cameras – it is now possible to add so they can be handled as a regular camera, with dual streaming. Once added, primary stream URL now can be modified.
    • Desktop client – can be launched with a command line parameter to define initial layout.
    • “Set to full screen” and “Exit full screen” actions – added to “Event Rules” engine, so video items can be displayed in full screen mode based on events.
    • API: audio export in HLS tracks is supported
    • VideoWall advanced API
    • Strict layout size limit option – users can customize maximum layout width and height in layout settings.
    • Ubuntu 18.04 – supported
    • Wearable cameras – video recorded by action or drone camera independent of the VMS can be uploaded and used like any other camera with archive.
  • NEW DEVICE SUPPORT/IMPROVEMENTS
    • NVR Support: QRN-1610S, QRN-810S, QRN-410S
    • Hanwha cameras lens control
    • New Hanwha cameras analytics events: Queue Management (queue-meter)
    • If PNM-9000VQ channels had different resolution, than they showed incorrectly on the Advanced page. Fixed
    • PTZ capabilities added for Hanwha QRN-810S and all SPE encoders
    • All Hanwha SPE encoders use “Analog Encoder” license type
    • Improved PTZ movement smoothness for many Hanwha cameras
    • Forced ONVIF for Acti B915 model
    • Multi-sensor cameras added to the list:
      • Hikvision DS-2TD2636, DS-2CD6924F, DS-2CD6D54 and DS-2CD6D24 camera families
      • Avigilon 9W-H3-3Mxxx
      • Dahua IPC-PDBW8800xxx
      • Geovision GV-SV48000
      • Secubest NVM3-A16
    • Hikvision 6716 encoder tweaks
    • Hikvision DS-2DE2A204IW-DE3 framerate issue fixed
    • Hikvision DS-2CD2625FWDxxx, HIKVISION|DS-2CD2625FWDxxx, DS-2TD2166xxx – output supported
    • Hikvision OEM (NC328-VBZ) – input supported
    • New Axis models: AXISP1445, AXISP3807, AXISP3235, AXISP3518
    • Advanced PTZ implemented for Uniview IPC6252SR-X22U and IPC6252SL-X33UP
    • New Arecont Vision cameras supported: AV02CID-100, AV12ZMD-401, 08ZMV-300
    • IPC222ER-F36 – input signal supported
    • Snapshot in email on motion detection of DWC-PB6M4T panoramic camera with 3 sensors shows image of one random sensor but black for other sensors. Fixed.
    • Hanwha cameras lens control
    • Added DW MTT analytics support with a new firmware (tested with 4.2.1.0(17898)T)
    • New device integrations: A9161 Axis I/O module
    • The following Multi-sensor cameras use 1-channel Pro license: VIVOTEK MA8391*, Axis P3707, Q3708, Q3709, Q6000
    • Advanced PTZ mapping for models: PTZIP762X20IR
    • Increased target bitrate for multi-sensor Arecont Vision cameras in RTSP mode
  • IMPROVEMENTS
    • Minimal buffer size on client for LIVE mode reduced
    • The “Calculate bitrate per GOP” expert setting was forced for some DW cameras. Now default state is “disabled” and can be modified.
    • Improved firewall support (client-server connection)
    • API documentation updated
    • Added support for firewalls that cannot work with HTTP Connection Upgrade (i.e. Barracuda)
    • Routing Management: only selected network interfaces of the server will be used to deliver video streams to client
    • Slight UX improvements
    • Optimized processing of large bookmark databases (500+ MB size) that could cause system overall instability
    • Added Czech language
  • BUG FIXES
    • Hanwha SNF-8010 camera false “PTZ” icon fixed.
    • Client could hang after clicking OK on the “Update is complete” message box. Fixed
    • Checkbox “Disable Native presets” in advanced camera settings was disabled for some Onvif cameras. Fixed
    • If use “Move to position” on dewarped camera, image from camera became black until the end of moving. Fixed
    • Linux-based server monitoring graphs repeatedly dropped to 0 without a reason. Fixed.
    • In rare cases camera stream URL did not change after camera IP address change. Fixed.
    • Issue with “Restore from backup” feature in client on Mac OS. Fixed.
    • H265 stream from Media Server could not be played in VLC player. Fixed.
    • Client did not react on “Time synchronization is disabled” option. Fixed.
    • Issue when it was Impossible to upload mp3 files for the “Play sound” action. Fixed
    • Issue with Windows-based server that sent malformed emails. Fixed
    • Intrusion detection notifications were not received from some Hikvision models. Hikvision issue is worked around.
    • Issue with inability to export H265 video stream to .avi file. Fixed.
    • Issue with layout background that could not be uploaded on Mac client. Fixed.
    • Servers status processing worked incorrectly with experimental p2p mode enabled. Fixed.
    • “Allow System to optimize device settings” checkbox was set after the upgrade on Ubuntu. Fixed.
    • Digital I/O did not work for 2N Helios cameras. Fixed.
    • Audio could not be enabled for Hikvision DS-2CD2543G0-IS stream and potentially on other models. Fixed.
    • Issues with improper resolutions chosen on some Hikvision cameras.Fixed.
    • After upgrade to 3.2 codec switched from H265 to H264 on Hikvision and Vivotek cameras. Fixed.
    • Vivotek FD8162 showed false advanced PTZ capabilities. Fixed
    • Axis encoders, Axis multi-channel cameras and Hikvision multi-channel cameras were added as independent devices causing IP conflict notifications. Fixed.

3.1.1.18547

Release Date: June 25, 2018

 

In-Client Upgrade:

Build Number: 18547
Password: 18bay8

 

Download Links

 

 

Release Notes

  • Improvements:
    • Compression factors for Arecont Vision are tuned. FPS counter should be just as configured in Camera Settings.
    • Audio output over RTSP support for Digital Watchdog cameras.
    • “Camera recording” action at event rules now has 9999 seconds limit instead of 3600.
    • H265 support is added for Digital Watchdog DWC-MTT4Wi36.
    • Desktop Client now shows a warning if User is trying to record to Removable Drive(USB).
    • Hikvision 5.5+ ONVIF automatic re-enabling
    • “Do HTTP Request” action improvements. Now user can specify request and authorization type manually.
    • DWC-PVX16W, DWC-PVX16W4, DWC-PVX16W6, DWC-PVX16W28, DWC-PZ21M69T multisensor cameras now have stitched view
    • 2-way audio support for Sony cameras: SNC-VM600, SNC-VM630, SNC-VM641, SNC-VB632, SNC-VB642, SNC-WR632, SNC-WR602, SNC-WR630, SNC-EM64
    • IP address of the camera now might be updated after manual search effort.
    • Advanced PTZ support is added for Vista VK2-HD30-PM, Hikvision DS-2DE4220W, DS-2DE4220IW, DS-2DP1636ZIX-D, DS-2DE7330IW, UNIVIEW IPC6253SR-X33, Securicorp SCL-SDM03MVIR-WD3533X, Uniview IPC6252SL, Bosch Autodome IP starlight 7000 HD
    • “Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *” HTTP header added to hls response.
    • Arecont Vision cameras AV12275 and AV12276 fps limits are increased to 10.
    • Analog Encoder licenses support for Acti V23, Uniview NVR302-16S-P16, Sony SNT-EX104, SNT-EX154, SNT-EP154, Dahua DHI-HCVR7108H, Siqura EVE FOUR.
    • LDAP-fetched administrators now can modify LDAP settings and users.
  • New Device Support:
    • Axis Q6214, M5054, D2050, Q6124, M5054, D2050, P1367, P1368, F40-Q1765, XF60-Q1765, P40-Q1765, F34, FA54, M5525, Q8742, P1275, Q8741, FA1105, FA4115, P1245, P1265, F1004, M3048, F8804, P3375, F4005, F1025, F1005, Q3517, Q8685, P3374, FA1125, F1015, F1035, Q3504, Q8642, Q8641, XF60-Q2901, XP40-Q1942, XF40-Q2901, P1447, Q3515, M5065, M3058, M3015, P1290, Q6125, M3057, Q1645, Q1647, M5055, M3016, P1280
    • Arecont Vision AV08ZMD-300, AV02CLD-100, AV02CLB-100, AV05CLB-100, AV02CMB-100, AV05CMB-100, AV02CID-100, AV05CID-100, AV08CPD-118, AV20CPD-118
    • Hikvision DS-7216
  • UI changes:
    • “Delete layout tour” is renamed to “Delete Showreel”.
    • “Showreel cycle” is renamed to “Tour cycle”.
  • Bug Fixes:
    • Improper channels mapping fixed for encoders Hikvision DS-6716HQHI-SATA, Uniview NVR302-16S-P16, NVR302-08S-P8
    • Server is not allowed to record to Removable Drives(e.g. USB). Fixed.
    • Cameras with same IP addresses could not be added to merged servers. Fixed.
    • Network Storage Drive had a chance to be initialized first. Now Local Drives are always initialized first.
    • Fullscreen archive playback might cause high network usage for a long time. Fixed.
    • UDP stream recording could stop after some time although live view is ok. Fixed.
    • Advanced settings are not shown as a web-page for DW-CPRO cameras. Fixed.
    • “No Signal” error for Hikvision 2CD6362F-I, DS-6704HFI, DS-2DF6223-CX. Fixed.
    • RTSP streams from VLC couldn’t be viewed in Wave. Fixed.
    • Issues with French language on the Timeline.
    • Various Server crashes are fixed.
    • Local Drives disappear from Storage Management dialog or get disabled after Media Server restart. Fixed.
    • Connectivity issues with Axis Cameras opened in Cloud Web Client. Fixed.
    • DW cameras shown “404” error instead of web-page at the “Advanced” tab. Fixed.
    • DTV cameras caused severe memory leaks at Media Server. Fixed.
    • Cameras added as Generic RTSP links reappeared instantly after removal. Fixed.
    • DWC-PB6M4T camera improperly worked after autodiscovery. Fix was tested with firmware ver. 1.0.4.030b, Build at 2017-01-24.
    • “User Settings” window appeared below “System Administration” dialog in Mac OS X. Fixed.
    • Several interface windows were always “on top” in Mac OS X. Fixed.
    • “Offline” tiles couldn’t be removed from the login screen. Fixed.
    • Slight API documentation fixes.
    • Multisensor Hikvision cameras were added as a single sensor. Fixed.
    • Server sometimes responded 401 to API calls with proper auth data. Fixed.
    • Failover priority worked improperly. Fixed.
    • Sanyo camera RTSP stream didn’t work in Wave. Fixed.
    • “Enable audio” option was available for Axis cameras without audio support. Fixed.
    • Server added only single stream from Axis Q6000. Now all 4 sensors can be added.
    • Fixed outdated documentation and test tool for /api/mergeSystems method.
    • Archive backup bandwidth limit did not work for local drives. Fixed.
    • Server failed to add NAS with domains specified in username. Fixed.
    • Videowall improperly detected screens geometry if windows reported more than 6 displays plugged. Fixed.
    • Server did not add Axis P3707 camera after the successful search. Fixed.
    • Audit trail does not log unsuccessful login attempts. Fixed.
    • Different UI and User manual translation issues are fixed.
    • RTSP stream generated by VLC player could not be properly replayed. Fixed.
    • In multi-server systems camera could be recorded to several servers simultaneously. Fixed.
    • Digital Input/Output signals had inverted values for Hikvision DS-2DE4A220IW-DE, DS-2CD2522FWD, DS-2CD2142FWD-IWS and OEMed versions. Fixed.
    • Multichannel cameras had incorrect resolution “Information” overlay in 2×2 mode. Fixed.
    • No audio from Acti cameras of AB2L platform. Fixed.
    • Axis horn speakers failed to work after upgrade to 3.1. Fixed.
    • Local time synchronization might misbehave if CPU clocks are imprecise. Fixed.
    • Dahua DH-SD22404T-GN PTZ did not follow in-client joystick commands. Fixed.
    • DWC-PF5M1TIR, DWC-PB6M4T, DWC-MB45DiA, DWC-MV85DiA sent notification with wrong port number, fixed on the server side.
    • Uniview DVS4116 autodiscovered information was incorrect. Fixed.
    • Dragging zoom window between ultra-widescreen and normal camera caused aspect ratio misbehavior. Fixed.
    • Sound from some cameras were played back with distortions on high frequencies. Fixed.
    • Paxton plugin crashed in case of special symbols in username. Fixed.
    • Mac Client did not start. Fixed.