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How to Use HD Online Player to Design Video Surveillance Systems



How to Use HD Online Player to Design Video Surveillance Systems




If you are looking for a simple and effective way to design video surveillance systems, you might want to try HD Online Player. This is a web-based application that allows you to use the IP Video System Design Tool[^4^] [^5^] [^6^], a popular CCTV planning and design software, without installing anything on your computer. All you need is a browser and an internet connection.


HD Online Player (ip video system design tool crack keygen serial 111)



HD Online Player lets you access the IP Video System Design Tool with a crack keygen serial 111, which means you can use all the features of the software for free. You can create realistic 3D models of your site, import floor plans, calculate camera lens and sensor requirements, estimate network bandwidth and storage needs, plan cable paths and lengths, and export your designs to PDF or JPEG formats.


To use HD Online Player, you just need to follow these steps:


  • Go to this link [^2^] and click on the "Play" button.



  • Wait for the IP Video System Design Tool to load on your browser. You might need to allow Flash Player to run if prompted.



  • Enter your name and the serial number 111 in the license key window that pops up. You can use CTRL+C and CTRL+V to copy and paste them.



  • Click on "OK" and start designing your video surveillance system.



You can watch this video [^1^] for a tutorial on how to enter the license key and use the IP Video System Design Tool. You can also find more videos on how to use the software on the official website [^4^].


HD Online Player is a convenient and cost-effective way to design video surveillance systems using the IP Video System Design Tool. However, please note that this is an unofficial and unauthorized way to use the software, and it might not be legal or ethical. We do not endorse or recommend using HD Online Player or any other cracked software. If you want to support the developers of the IP Video System Design Tool, please consider buying a license from their website [^5^].


In this article, we will show you some examples of how to use the IP Video System Design Tool to design video surveillance systems for different scenarios. You can follow along with HD Online Player or use the software on your own computer if you have a license.


Example 1: Designing a video surveillance system for a parking lot




Let's say you want to design a video surveillance system for a parking lot that can accommodate 100 cars. You want to use IP cameras with 4 MP resolution and H.265 compression. You also want to ensure that you can identify the license plates of the cars in the parking lot.


Here are the steps you can follow with the IP Video System Design Tool:


  • Create a new project and name it "Parking Lot".



  • Import a floor plan of the parking lot in JPEG, PNG, PDF, TIFF or AutoCAD DWG format. You can use the "Import Floor Plan" button on the toolbar or the "File -> Import Floor Plan" menu option.



  • Scale the floor plan using the "Scale" button on the toolbar or the "Tools -> Scale" menu option. You can use a known dimension of the parking lot or a reference object to set the scale.



  • Add cameras to the floor plan using the "Add Camera" button on the toolbar or the "Tools -> Add Camera" menu option. You can drag and drop the cameras to adjust their positions and orientations.



  • Select a camera model from the database of 10,000+ camera models. You can use the "Camera Model" button on the toolbar or the "Tools -> Camera Model" menu option. You can also search for a specific camera model by name, brand, resolution, sensor size, lens type, etc.



  • Adjust the camera parameters such as lens focal length, sensor size, resolution, compression, frame rate, etc. using the "Camera Parameters" button on the toolbar or the "Tools -> Camera Parameters" menu option. You can also use the sliders on the right panel to change these parameters.



  • Check the pixel density (PPM/PPF) of each camera using the "Pixel Density" button on the toolbar or the "Tools -> Pixel Density" menu option. You can see the pixel density values for different zones of each camera on the floor plan and on the right panel. You can also see the minimum pixel density required for identification, recognition, observation and detection according to EN 62676-4: 2015 standard.



  • Make sure that each camera has enough pixel density to identify the license plates of the cars in its zone. You can use the "Zoom In" and "Zoom Out" buttons on the toolbar or the mouse wheel to zoom in and out of the floor plan. You can also use the "3D View" button on the toolbar or the "View -> 3D View" menu option to see a realistic 3D simulation of each camera's view.



  • Estimate the network bandwidth and storage needs for your video surveillance system using the "Bandwidth and Storage Calculator" button on the toolbar or the "Tools -> Bandwidth and Storage Calculator" menu option. You can see the total bandwidth and storage requirements for all cameras in your project on the right panel. You can also change some parameters such as recording time, motion percentage, redundancy factor, etc. to see how they affect your bandwidth and storage needs.



Plan your cable paths and calculate your cable lengths using the "Cable Paths" button on


the toolbar or the "Tools -> Cable Paths" menu option. You can draw cable paths between cameras and switches or recorders using your mouse. You can see


the cable length for each path on


the floor plan and on


the right panel. You can also see


  • the total cable length for all paths in your project.



Export your design to PDF or JPEG format using


the "Export Project" button on


the toolbar or


the "File -> Export Project" menu option. You can choose


the output format, resolution, quality, page size, orientation, etc. for your export file. You can also include


a title page, a table of contents,


a legend,


a site plan,


a 3D view,


a DVR view,


a bandwidth and storage report,


and


  • a cable paths report in your export file.



Here is an example of how your design might look like:


![Parking Lot Design](https://i.imgur.com/0fZ0J6 29c81ba772


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