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HOWTO: Adjust Motion Detection Settings in an Axis IP Camera

June 30th, 2008 by Greg

Axis 207W motion detection graphThe majority of IP cameras available today support a feature known as ‘Motion Detection’ or ‘Video Motion Detection’ (VMD). This is a very useful feature for security applications as it will detect when something has moved in a scene and can notify the user in a number of ways including email or activating external alarms or lights etc.

Sometimes though you might find that it triggers when there is very little movement or it triggers when other objects move in the scene such as traffic or plant-life outside a visible window or pets indoors.

Fortunately most IP cameras come with ways to help reduce the number of false alarms such as masking, multi-window detection or sensitivity settings.

What this guide will show is various ways we can configure motion detection in an Axis camera.

This guide will be suitable for all Axis IP camera models with the exception of the Axis 206.

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HOWTO: Transfer MPEG-4 video clips by FTP when an Axis camera detects motion

June 7th, 2008 by Greg

A feature unique to the Axis 207 family of cameras is the ability to send full MPEG-4 video clips by email or upload them to an FTP server based on motion/audio detection, external sensor input or triggered manually.

There are very few cameras which support this, even higher-end Axis cameras do not support this feature making it a very much worth doing a guide for.

This guide is suitable for the following cameras:

Axis 207
Axis 207W
Axis 207MW

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HOWTO: Transfer MPEG-4 video clips by FTP when an Axis camera detects motion

June 7th, 2008 by Greg

A feature unique to the Axis 207 family of cameras is the ability to send full MPEG-4 video clips by email or upload them to an FTP server based on motion/audio detection, external sensor input or triggered manually.

There are very few cameras which support this, even higher-end Axis cameras do not support this feature making it a very much worth doing a guide for.

This guide is suitable for the following cameras:

Axis 207
Axis 207W
Axis 207MW

Read more >>

HOWTO: Get your Axis camera to work on your wireless network

June 5th, 2008 by Greg

Axis 207MWThe great thing about wireless cameras is that they can be placed virtually anywhere around your home or business once they are set up. All you need is a power outlet and you’re good to go. This of course gives you the freedom to place your camera in discreet locations which is ideal when using your camera for security purposes.

The setting up of any wireless Axis camera is a very straight-forward procedure and should only take a couple of minutes but the process can sometimes be jargon-filled and confusing for those who are non-technical. This is where this guide steps in to lend a hand.

This guide will take you through the process of configuring your wireless Axis camera for use on your wireless network.

It is suitable for the following cameras:

Axis 206W (now discontinued)
Axis 207W
Axis 207MW
Axis M1011-W
Axis M1031-W
Axis 211W

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HOWTO: Get your Axis camera to work on your wireless network

June 5th, 2008 by Greg

Axis 207MWThe great thing about wireless cameras is that they can be placed virtually anywhere around your home or business once they are set up. All you need is a power outlet and you’re good to go. This of course gives you the freedom to place your camera in discreet locations which is ideal when using your camera for security purposes.

The setting up of any wireless Axis camera is a very straight-forward procedure and should only take a couple of minutes but the process can sometimes be jargon-filled and confusing for those who are non-technical. This is where this guide steps in to lend a hand.

This guide will take you through the process of configuring your wireless Axis camera for use on your wireless network.

It is suitable for the following cameras:

Axis 206W (now discontinued)
Axis 207W
Axis 207MW
Axis M1011-W
Axis M1031-W
Axis 211W

Read more >>

HOWTO: Prevent Wireless Interference

May 9th, 2008 by Greg

Prevent wireless InterferenceMaking the transition from wired to wireless is an exciting step and with a wide choice of wireless IP cameras now available on the market you can keep an eye on your home or business without cluttering it up with cables.

Normally wireless connections are every bit as reliable as their wired counterpart but sometimes there can be something which prevents their smooth operation. Interference.

Interference

We’ve all experienced interference in some way, from the television picture breaking up during a heavy storm or crackling on the radio when you enter a built-up area or valley. Your wireless signal works very much in the same way as your radio or television and may dip in and out depending on circumstances and the environment.

We realise that when you are connecting your IP cameras wirelessly is it even more crucial that they remain connected at all times, especially when they are used as IP security cameras. So let’s take a look at some of the causes of interference and how we can help reduce their effect. Read more >>

HOWTO: Prevent Wireless Interference

May 9th, 2008 by Greg

Prevent wireless InterferenceMaking the transition from wired to wireless is an exciting step and with a wide choice of wireless IP cameras now available on the market you can keep an eye on your home or business without cluttering it up with cables.

Normally wireless connections are every bit as reliable as their wired counterpart but sometimes there can be something which prevents their smooth operation. Interference.

Interference

We’ve all experienced interference in some way, from the television picture breaking up during a heavy storm or crackling on the radio when you enter a built-up area or valley. Your wireless signal works very much in the same way as your radio or television and may dip in and out depending on circumstances and the environment.

We realise that when you are connecting your IP cameras wirelessly is it even more crucial that they remain connected at all times, especially when they are used as IP security cameras. So let’s take a look at some of the causes of interference and how we can help reduce their effect. Read more >>

Axis 207MW – Images

April 9th, 2008 by Greg

Axis 207MW example image

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