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Cisco Bug: CSCta54463 - Orientation of Motion Area does not adjust accordingly on camera

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Jan 05, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Video Surveillance Manager

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Third party camera's  have a setting within the web interface to adjust the orientation of the video for viewing.  This adjustment is changed in degrees.

For example if a third party camera is mounted 180 degrees from it's upright postion, this setting within the camera interface allows the live view video to be adjusted 180 degrees to compensate for the way the camera is mounted.  This is sometimes necessary because cameras can not always be mounted in the upright postion.  

If a motion area is configured within VSOM and pushed to the camera when the camera has an orientation of other than 0 degrees, the motion area within VSOM will not match the orientation of the motion area on the camera's web interface.


Motion configuration with third party camera within VSOM interface 4.1.1-06
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