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  1. wolf5963

    Hikvision PTZ with Geovision - PTZ doesnt work

    anybody have any ideas?
  2. Good day all,Is anyone using a hikvision PTZ with A Geovision NVR?I have added the new Hikvision DS-2DE4A225IW-DE to the NVR V 8.7, and have the image, recording, alerts, etc going, but I am not sure how to configure the PTZ portion.PTZ digital works - but only within the currently displayed image of course.I have added the camera both as an ONVIF and a RTSP (the latter seems to work better) but no difference on the PTZ.If I look at system configure - accessories - ptz device and ptz io, the options there seem to want a physical port/connection to operate. I would like to use it just ONVIF or RTSPIs it possible with GEOVISION NVR (no scrap geovision suggestions please)?If not, I can always use the hikvision utility for added PTZ (I have scheduled positions set up so dont often have to change it too often) but would rather have full fnctionality through GV and thought someone out there could point me in the right direction. Thanks for your help W
  3. wolf5963

    Change Settings from DMMultiview

    Hi, I know this is an ancient thread but wanted to provide an update for anyone who might be struggling with this issue. If you browse to C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low\, and search that folder for files containing your current address (the one you dont want to use!), you will find a randomly named file like 2A8QEEO8.txt. Open that file with notepad and change ALL occurrences of the IP address you dont want to use, to the new IP Address. This should permanently change the IP address and allow you to open multiview without having to edit the IP each time. Note: this worked for version - I cant speak to other versions