Canon VB-H41 User Manual (en)

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You can set the camera so that the following data is saved automatically to the camera’s SD memory card. (“Chapter 5 
Setting Page
”, “[Memory Card] SD Memory Card Operations and Settings” (p. 73)). 
• Image files when recording-mode stream transmission failed to be sent due to network errors (JPEG only)
• Video files when HTTP or FTP upload failed due to network errors (JPEG/H.264)
• Video files manually recorded by the user from the Admin Viewer (JPEG/H.264)
• Video files recorded by [External Device Input], [Volume Detection], and the intelligent functions when an event occurs 
(JPEG/H.264)
• Video files recorded using a timer (JPEG/H.264)
• Log
„ Access to the SD Memory Card
Use the Recorded Video Utility (p. 116) of the Admin Tools or FTP software (not included) to access the camera using the 
camera’s IP address.
FTP Software Settings
Address: 
Camera IP address
(factory default setting: 192.168.100.1) 
User ID: 
Administrator user ID
(factory default setting: root) 
Password: 
Administrator password
(factory default setting: camera) 
„ JPEG Images Stored when Recording-Mode Stream Transmission Fails
When either the storage capacity of the SD memory card or the number of files that can be saved in all subdirectories is 
reached, you cannot save further images to the SD memory card. If this happens, delete any unneeded JPEG images with 
the Recorded Video Utility.
„ JPEG/H.264 Video Stored when Uploading Fails
When either the storage capacity of the SD memory card or the number of files that can be saved in all subdirectories is 
reached, you cannot save further video files to the SD memory card. If this happens, delete any unneeded JPEG/H.264 
video files with the Recorded Video Utility.
„ Video Manually Recorded by the User (JPEG/H.264)
When either the storage capacity of the SD memory card or the number of files that can be saved in all subdirectories is 
reached, you cannot save further video files to the SD memory card. If this happens, delete any unneeded JPEG/H.264 
video files with the Recorded Video Utility.
„ Video Recorded When an Event Occurs (JPEG/H.264)
When the storage capacity of the SD memory card is reached, you cannot save further video files to the SD memory card. If 
this happens, delete any unneeded JPEG/H.264 video files with the Recorded Video Utility to free up capacity on the SD 
memory card.
„ Video Recorded Using a Timer (JPEG/H.264)
When the storage capacity of the SD memory card is reached, you cannot save further video files to the SD memory card. If 
this happens, delete any unneeded JPEG/H.264 video files with the Recorded Video Utility to free up capacity on the SD 
memory card.
SD Memory Card Access