This article will help you set up Hanwha de-
warping feature for fisheye cameras.
Applies to Models: QNF, XNF, and PNF series fisheye cameras.
How to add Viewports.
Step By Step Guide:
1. Find your camera on the dashboard and click the Camera Settings button of the fisheye camera you wish to set up.
2. Click the De-warping tab in Camera Settings.
3. Next Select the Orientation of the camera.
Orientation refers to where the camera is physically mounted.
If it is mounted on a wall, select Wall. If it's mounted on a ceiling,
select Ceiling. If it is mounted on the floor, select Floor.
4. In order to add a Viewport, click the yellow plus button.
5. Fill in the Name field for your Viewport.
6. Select your Viewport Type.
7. Choose the angle that you wish the Viewpoint to face.
7.1 Click the move symbol on the image to select it. The move symbol will turn green.
7.2 Click and drag the image to position the Viewpoint.
7.3 Click Apply then Save Changes.
NOTE: The fisheye Viewports will not have a symbol to the left of
them like other cameras on the dashboard.
The Viewports are currently only viewable from Camera Settings and
Layouts after being created.
Adding Viewports to your layout:
1. Navigate to the Layouts tab on the left side of the page.
2. You can either create a New Layout or Add Cameras to and existing layout by clicking the drop down to the right of the Wisenet Sky logo.
3. Add your Viewports just like normal cameras to your layout.
You can also now check Show Viewports Only to help you isolate them
from other cameras.
4. Save your Layout and now the Viewports will be visible.
1. Open Camera Settings and select the Fidheye Dewarp tab.
Click the Pencil to rename your Viewport.
Click the Trash to delete the Viewport.
Click the Blue Arrows to move the Viewport to a different position
in the list. .
2. After any changes are made, click Apply and then Save Changes.
Remember: if you want to save the position of the camera image of a
viewport (what the camera is looking at) make sure to make the
changes in "Camera Settings". Any PTZ changes made in preview images,
history browser, or live view are only temporary. As soon as you
close the window the camera image will be back to its original
Virtual PTZ: Positioning the Viewpoint:
Note: Any user with permission to view video can
use Virtual PTZ to virtually pan, tilt and zoom
within the full 360-degree image because it does
not change the recorded video.
The Viewports can be moved in both the Live View and the Historical Browser & Previews.
1. Go to Live View.
2. Hold and drag to move the image.
3. Go to History Browser & Previews.
4. Single click on the spot you want the camera to center on.
Remember: No matter the position of the Viewpoint in the Historical
Footage, the entire area captured by the fisheye camera will be part
of the footage. Therefore, the angle can be changed in historical