Canon VB-H610VE Manual (en)

Intelligent Function Setting Tool
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Setting Intelligent Function Detection 
„ Setting Detection Criteria ([Detection 
Criteria] tab)
Set detection criteria while operating the camera and 
checking the image in the image display area.
(1) [Detection Settings Name]
You can use up to 64 characters in a detection setting 
name. Be sure to enter a single-byte alphanumeric 
detection setting name.
In a [Detection Settings Name], ASCII characters 
(spaces or printable characters) can be used.
(2) [Area Shape]
Select [Rectangular] or [Polygonal] for the shape of 
detection areas you want to set in the image display 
For details on detection area setting operations, see 
If the [Area Shape] is [Polygonal], the detection area 
set in the image display area is deleted.
(3) [Display Color] 
Choose the color of the detection setting. The color 
selected here becomes the display color of the 
detection area/line in the image display area.
(4) [Object Size (%)] [Change Ratio (%)] [Duration (Sec)]
Set the lower limit for the size, change ratio, and 
judgment time for the set detection area to trigger 
detection. If the value set here is exceeded, “Detected” 
mode is triggered.
Click the text box to enter a value directly, or specify a 
value using the slider. 
For details on the setting method, see “Setting 
(5) [Clear detection line]
Clears the detection line set in the image display area.
(6) [Passing Direction]
Select the passing direction of a moving object 
relative to the detection line.
(7) [Decision point]
Select the point of a moving object that will be used as 
criteria for passing detection when a moving object 
crosses a detection line.
[Detection Criteria] tab (Except passing detection)
[Detection Criteria] tab (Passing detection)
Image Display Area
Detection Area
It is recommended that the detection criteria are set in a 
condition as close as possible to the condition in which the 
camera is actually used. Perform a detection test in advance to 
make sure that the detection frame continues to be displayed 
for a subject targeted for passing detection.