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A MAC Address is a Media Access Control Address. It is used in networking to help determine what device is connected to a router. Every networking interface has a MAC address. For example, a laptop has a wireless network interface and a wired network interface. The wired interface has one MAC address and the wireless has a different MAC address.
This option allows you to record without utilizing the recording schedule. The manual record settings take priority over the recording schedule.
MD Area stands for Motion Detection Area. In the setup box for this, you can configure which areas of your camera detect motion.
The Media Port in our DVR systems is used to transport all of the video and audio for a DVR over the internet.
Menu Time Out
This is the amount of time that any menu screen will be displayed without any activity before the DVR automatically goes back to the display screen that shows your cameras.
The Mobile Port is the port that the DVR uses to send video to your smart phone.
A device which recieves internet from an Internet Service Provider(ISP) and translates the signal in to something that our routers and computers can read and interact with. Sometimes modems come with the capabilities of a router all built in to the same device.
The monitor resolution is the resolution that the DVR is outputting to your display. If you set this setting too high, you may not be able to change it back. It is recommended to leave this setting at default.
A file format for multimedia files which is playable using the MP4 player included with the DVR.