V9360-1 Setup Camera Streams for specific ViconNet views - Dual 180 only - Fisheye & Dual 180

V9360-1  a few camera settings / setup to review. This KB reviews how to setup V9360-1 to provide different views in ViconNet.

Manual:
http://www.vicon-security.com/Collateral/Documents/English-US/Products/software_manual/V9360-1_SWGuide.pdf

EX 1: Support 2 views in ViconNet. Fisheye and / or Dual 180 view.

EX 2: Support 1 view in ViconNet. Dual 180 view only.

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EX 1: Support 2 views in ViconNet. Fisheye and / or Dual 180 view.

Question:

How does the ' new ' V9360 camera ' get setup to provide dual 180 view ( 2 - 180 views stacked on top of each other )
Under:
Camera:
Fisheye Dewarping:
Front End Camera Dewarping
Installation:
Ceiling Mount
Under Streaming:Video Format
Video Resolution: Select   
H.264+H.264
Format 1: 1408 x 1408 ( 20fps) H.264-1
Format 2: 2688 x 1520 (20fps) H.264-2
Save
This will then provide 2 options in HOME on its web page.
A fisheye mode,
And
A dual rectangle mode.
Result:
ViconNet will see the Fisheye if Q4 or lower is requested
If Q1 is requested then the dual  180 ( split rectangle) will be seen from the camera.
TIP: if ViconNet doesn't pickup the change, exit to OS and delete the Cache file related to that camera...................................................

EX 2: Support 1 view in ViconNet. Dual 180 view only.

TO GET A Dual 180 View ONLY:

What I found by working in the camera setup, but not well documented.

Camera web page. Menu Select:
Camera:
Fisheye setting> Front End Dewarping
Installation:> Ceiling mount,  
Save.
Select   
Save.

Streaming:
Video Resolution:  H.264 only


H.264 Format: 2048x1536 (30 fps) this will show   note this can't be selected just confirm ONLY those icons appear
Save.

Home: 
Select the Dual 180 icon



added note for Quad view:


ViconNet: single view or 9 way ( any view or recording ) will show


Please note: Since this view is dependant on setting the dual 180 in the CAMERA WEB PAGE,
its possible for this to revert to a fish eye if this gets selected in the Web Page.
We can't control ViconNet to provide the stream / view needed.

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