Playback Video on the DX3000 Series Digital Video Recorder.

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Issue

How to playback video on the DX3000 Series Digital Video Recorder.

Product Line

Pelco Video Management

Environment

  • DX3000 Series Digital Video Recorder.

Cause

View recorded video on the DX3000 Digital Video Recorder.

Resolution

BASIC PLAYBACK

  1. Enter PLAYBACK mode from LIVE VIEW mode by pressing the PLAYBACK button.
    NOTE " The DX3100 always defaults to channel 1 when first enter PLAYBACK mode.
  2. Press the PLAY DEVICE   button on the front panel to select the playback device. The indicator of the selected device illuminates.  (The indicator will not light when a peripheral recording device is not complete.)
  3. Press the PLAY button.

    The oldest recording on the hard disk is played back when you press the PLAY button.
    - for the first time after the power is turned on
    - for the first time after you stop recording

    The newest recording on the hard disk is played back (in the reverse direction) when you press the REV PLAY button.
    - for the first time after the power is turned on
    - for the first time after you stop recording

    After the first time, subsequent pressing of the PLAY or REV PLAY buttons will resume playback from the point where it was stopped.

    When recording more than one camera, the playback interval per camera will be the frames per second multiplied by the number of cameras. A recording interval of 15 frames equals one second.
    - Single Camera: The screen changes frame-by-frame at a rate equal to the recording interval multiplied by the number of cameras used in recording.
    - Four Cameras: Each camera changes frame-by-frame at a rate equal to the recording interval multiplied by the number of cameras used in the recording. The display shifts to still-frame mode during playback from a camera that is not indicated.
    - Nine and Sixteen Cameras: Each camera changes frame-by-frame at the recorded rate. The display shifts to still-frame mode during playback from a camera that is not indicated.

    Playback will stop automatically at the end of the hard disk (if extra hard disk drives are installed, playback will stop at the end of the hard disk drive with the highest ID number) or the end of the recorded part when the HDD PB REPEAT field in the Initial Set Up menu is set to OFF. The recorded data is played back repeatedly when the HDD PB RPEAT field is set to REPEAT.

     
  4. Press the STOP button to stop playback
     
  5. Press the EJECT button to eject the medium from a copy or archive device.