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MxControlCenter video yönetim yazılımı her hangi bir yerdeki sınırsız sayıdaki kamerayı güçlü bir video güvenlik sistemine, merkezi ya da yerel kullanıcı bazlı operasyon için bağlayabilir.

Gelişmiş program, kullanıcı dostu arayüz, video araması, pratik alarm bilgisi, otomatik kamera entegrasyonu , dosya sunucularına video depolama , yapılandırma ve güncellemesi özellikleri içerir.

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MOBOTIX’ten Yüksek Çözünürlüklü Video Sistem Çözümü

  • En fazla talep edilen uygulamalarda kendini birçok defa kanıtlamış
  • Lisans ücreti gerekmeksizin sınırsız kullanıcı ve kamera
  • Farklı kullanıcı arayüzleri
  • Kolay kurulum ve standart bir PC’de kullanım
  • Gerçek bina planlarına entegrasyon
  • Analog ve IP kamera entegrasyonu
  • Kayıtları AVI ve Quicktime H.264 olarak, ses ile dışa aktarma

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For Every Size Of System

As professional video management software, MxCC is subject to no restrictions – either with regard to technology or system size. It makes no difference if you only want to use one camera like the shop owner on the corner – or several hundred simultaneously like an international football arena.

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For Every Situation

The possibilities of MxCC – primarily in combination with the high-resolution network cameras from MOBOTIX – far exceed the standard of a traditional video management system. The program layout and functions can be tailored for nearly any application and any user type.

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MxCC is perfectly suited for controlling security-oriented CCTV systems; however, it is also a suitable operating software for the video monitoring of production processes, for preparing time lapse videos, for documenting construction progress and for controlling information monitors with live video in car washes or events.

For A Variety Of Camera Systems (Hybrid Solution)

MOBOTIX makes it especially easy to decide in favor of the decentralized, high-resolution video system. MxCC not only operates optimally with MOBOTIX cameras, but also allows you to continue using already existing video cameras from other manufacturers (hybrid solution). IP cameras and even analog, motor-controlled PTZ cameras can be integrated, displayed live and remotely controlled via a virtual or real joystick. The recorded videos of these third-party cameras can also be evaluated and exported at the monitor with MxCC.

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For A Minimum Of Hardware Requirements

Once again, the decentralized camera technology plays a part as the system advantage of decisive importance. Because the MOBOTIX cameras and not the video management software perform the computational work (e.g. movement detection, recording, storage, etc.), MxCC needs only one standard PC with a monitor as the hardware platform.

The modern system configuration based on the Internet Protocol (IP) can set up and manage security projects of any size extremely economically using standardized network components and connection paths that are usually already available.

All Functions At A Glance


Layouts: A layout includes several cameras in video windows of any size or as clickable icons

Video sources: All cameras integrated in the security system

Event search: Individual search queries for specific cameras, events and time periods (e.g. all motion sensor alarms of the previous night at the parking lot)

Local archive: Stores photos of all registered shoplifters or persons banned from the store, for example.

Video Player

Playback of recorded videos or single images; also simultaneously shows the videos of all cameras that have made recordings at a specific point in time or immediately before or after

PTZ Controls

Control of the pan/tilt functions and image detail enlargement of one camera (PTZ = pan/tilt/zoom using a virtual joystick)

Camera Soft Buttons

Contain all individually programmed functions of a selected camera (e.g. special image setting, start irrigation via camera, etc.)

Title Bar

For a quick orientation, primarily when several program windows are open or distributed to different monitors

Menu Bar

Function areas with associated submenu items such as Switch views, Open files, etc.


Buttons for the most important functions such as live announcements via a camera or printing

Display Panel

All cameras of the currently selected layout (e.g. all cameras of the Hamburg branch office) display as a grid or embed as an icon/video window in a background image (e.g. real building plan).

Alarm List

Chronological display of the alarm images from all cameras; a double click opens the search that can be used to view and export any recorded alarm.

Practical Camera Layouts

The highest priority of the MOBOTIX software developer is to make the daily work of people in the security industry as simple and effective as possible with the video management system and the cameras. This involves above all an immediate and reliable recognition of unwanted situations and rapid reaction to all necessary measures for counteracting the danger.

MxCC therefore offers various possibilities for displaying the individual cameras and their images and videos in a particularly clear manner and adapted to the application. The display possibilities can be prepared rapidly and easily with MxCC using the Layout Manager.

Background Layouts: Building Plans With Integrated Cameras

Images from real building plans (individual floors in the building, underground garage plans, street maps or other maps with camera locations, sales premises, branch offices, etc.) can be inserted in the display panel of the MxCC Layout Manager.

The corresponding cameras from the video sources list are then positioned in the building plan as a video window or camera symbol. This eliminates laborious and time-consuming searching for cameras in long lists. Using the building plan as the basis makes the work much easier and faster.

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A site plan is linked directly to four live video windows here

In addition to live images, the most recent alarms or recordings can also be displayed in the plan immediately. Special MxCC camera symbols contain information about every camera type and lens positioning. Any number of these types of building plans can be created in MxCC.

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Various building plans can also be linked together directly. This allows a fast search for the camera, for example, at the customer parking lot of branch XY via real maps:

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A German map contains links to all branch establishments > each branch establishment with all branches > each branch with its building plan > building plan XY with parking lot camera and five additional cameras.

Individual Grid Layouts

In addition to the background layouts with map and building plans, the image windows (live video film or only preview image) of several dozen cameras can be displayed simultaneously in a grid defined by the user with varying window sizes.

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In a grid layout the image windows can be of varying size, e.g. for panorama images

Grid layouts can display not only current live images of selected cameras but also preview images of the most recent alarms (triggered, for example, by movement in the image) automatically in the display panel of alternating live images of specific cameras (sequencers), video clips recorded before in loop mode, and many more.

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A specific layout can be assigned to the cameras, preferably in case of alarm (location layout)

Auto grid is a grid layout where the display panel is automatically split by MxCC into smaller sections to show the various video sources. The user thus does not have to bother with the breakdown.

Grid layouts are always needed in practical situations when the display of the video sources is located in the foreground. As with the building plans, any number of grid layouts can be created and stored with a generally unlimited number of cameras as well.

The live image displayed on the screen can be adapted to the available bandwidth of the transmission path to the camera. For instance, a camera image is displayed every ten seconds; under alarm conditions the system can automatically switch to a higher image repetition rate. As a consequence, the load on the network is effectively relieved and the bandwidth-dependent transmission costs are considerably reduced.

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MxCC lets you prepare individual grids from grid elements of varying size – from 80x80 to 320x240 up to a maximum of 2560x960 pixels – with little effort. The available space will be divided up according to the width of the display panel.

Plan Monitor Walls Efficiently And Economically

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Monitor walls can be found in many professional control centers. They are generally made up of a large number of screens in which the live images from one or more cameras are displayed simultaneously on each monitor. The display and distribution of the cameras to the individual monitors is controlled by a central computer. However, depending on the size of the monitor wall and the number of integrated cameras, this usually requires very high computing power which can no longer be provided by standard hardware.

With MxCC and the Thin Client patent-pending concept invented by MOBOTIX, MOBOTIX offers a monitor wall control which can be controlled remotely from a single workstation economically and efficiently.

For this purpose, a standard PC with MxCC used as a main computer is connected to the cameras and any number of economical mini-PCs with an MxCC installed as Thin Clients via the video network. In turn, each Thin Client is connected to a monitor on which the images of one or a small number of cameras are displayed.

The highest computing power to fetch and display camera images via network is thus transferred from the central main computer to each decentralized Thin Client. However, the image displayed by each Thin Client on the monitor can be converted as desired via the main computer by a mouse click and MxCC. The main computer activates a port of the Thin Client’s IP address in a purely technical manner and transfers the preset monitor display as a network message ("now switch to MxCC display x using cameras y and z").

Decentralized Video Wall: Reduces Costs, Increases Reliability

  • Easy-to-implement decentralized concept for video walls of any size
  • No licensing fees and no additional software required except for MxCC
  • Cost-effective mini PCs as thin clients (no keyboard, no hard drive)
  • If a thin client malfunctions, its display can simply be switched to a different monitor
  • Layout of video walls can be modified with a network command; the command can also be automatically triggered by specific events or at specific times from a MOBOTIX camera
  • Scenarios can be defined (e.g. all parking spaces, all vehicle access points), and allows you to switch between individual monitors and the entire video wall at the push of a button

The same MxCC soft-ware as on the main computer runs on each thin client, but in remote operating mode.

The layouts of the Thin Clients are switched over in the main computer (e.g. display of parking lot 1 or 2 on
monitor 4)

The layout displayed on each Thin Client monitor can be changed via the main computer (remote control function of MxCC).

More Security In Case Of An Alarm

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Recordable Events By A MOBOTIX Camera

In addition to an integrated high-performance computer, a modern MOBOTIX camera has a high-quality image sensor for high-resolution images to be used as evidence, supported by full duplex audio with a microphone and speaker for lip-synchronized sound, a passive infrared sensor (PIR), a temperature sensor, and can be connected to, for example, external smoke sensors and an electrical door closing device via various camera connections. Depending on the application, a camera can be programmed in MxCC in such a way to automatically:

  • record movements and persons in the (sub)area detected by the camera using digital image analysis or PIR,
  • detect temperature changes and noises,
  • process external signal inputs.

What Happens Then: Recording, Alarm Message, etc.

When a camera is programmed to record all movements/persons in the warehouse of a shoe store outside of opening hours, the MxCC user is offered a multitude of reactions that are automatically triggered by the camera and/or video management system - jointly or individually.

  • The incident is recorded as video with sound and displayed in the MxCC alarm list.
  • The camera emits an acoustical alarm or plays an audio file.
  • The camera sends e-Mails or SMS (via a provider) with an alarm image or calls previously defined telephone numbers.
  • Devices integrated in the system such as lights or door locks are switched on.
  • An alarm is sent to selected PC workstations with MxCC, displaying, for example the building plan including a live image of the camera reporting the alarm (location layout in case of alarm).
  • Display of instructions and important background information in the location layout e.g., telephone numbers, contact persons, etc.).
  • Remote alarm alerting to an alarm center or the police (e.g., by phone call or e-mail).

Acknowledging Alarms

The responsible person must act appropriately after an alarm is triggered. MxCC provides an Acknowledgment Feature that can be used to ensure that all alarms are noticed and checked. Once all alarms have been acknowledged, the status field of the alarm list changes from red to green.

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MOBOTIX cameras use VoIP/SIP and H.264 – i.e. the most advanced international telephone standard based on ISDN and analog telephony

Time-Controlled Event Search

Searching for an event (e.g. shoplifting) that is supposed to have occurred at a known location is particularly easy using the chronological display of all event recordings of one camera. The search results are displayed in a time line – the selected event in a larger window. The image settings can be immediately optimized here and the event can be directly exported.

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A mouse click makes a simple change to the recording of other cameras at the same point in time

Time Search For Multiple Cameras

The synchronization function via timeserver lets you store all cameras integrated in MxCC with the same system time. This is an important prerequisite for data to meet court standards, but also for the special MxCC function of directly finding all events that were recorded in a specific time period and displaying them together on the monitor.

For example, the path of an intruder from the parking lot until the break-in can be traced in the server room. The compiled video reproduces the complete event up to the point when the stolen devices are loaded into the trunk of a vehicle with a recognizable license plate. It can thus provide valuable evidence for further criminal investigation.

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This event sequence (1 to 9) recorded by several cameras can be stored in MxCC as a complete video

And what is most useful: Then you simply press a button to have all cameras in the immediate area display the event recordings from this point in time on the monitor.

High Speed Search At The Push Of A Button (Customer Specific)

Using the integrated storage function of the MOBOTIX cameras reduces the permanent network load, which in turn speeds up the event search. And it is guaranteed that a search for specific cameras in a specified time period which is predefined and stored by the user in MxCC will deliver the results even faster. In this case, MxCC offers the great advantage while it does not require repetitive entry of search criteria for each individual search.

For example, the recorded event videos of the last hour and only from the cameras at the entrances and exits are immediately displayed to a security service manager at the push of a button. This predefined search function (one hour ago, all cameras x to y) lets him know after each inspection round who drove onto and left the company premises based on the recorded license plates.

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In order to directly obtain video clips with many events in succession, a quickfinder with an event histogram is displayed for immediate access using a mouse. The number and height of the vertical bars symbolizes the number and duration of the events (many bars = many events).

Filtering Events

The recordings can be filtered specifically for special event types (e.g. switch contacts, IR motion sensors, doorbell). One example that may be cited is filtering for only the images recorded at the video door stations after the doorbell is pressed.

Convenient Playback Functions

Clicking directly on the preview window of a stored event activates the video player integrated in MxCC. Selected video clips can be scrolled forwards and backwards quickly or simply image by image. Details in still images can be enlarged via the zoom function. The perspective of images distorted by very wide-angle lenses can be corrected digitally for easier evaluation.


MxCC-Ausdruck mit Originalbild (oben) und Zoombild (unten)

Printing Event Images
If an image has been corrected or zoomed by post-processing, the original, non-processed image will be also be printed. A print file can also be output as a PDF for easy sending and archiving of printouts.

Video Export Made Easy In H.264
MxCC makes the processing and export of recorded video clips with sound particularly easy. Both individual and several clips can be selected and exported at once by a mouse click. They can be either unprocessed original clips or files to process later, e.g. only relevant time sequences or details changed using PTZ.

MOBOTIX has developed its own compression method as MxPEG. It requires less network load and computing power and is accordingly extremely efficient. For third parties, these MxPEG videos can be exported together with a simple viewer version of MxCC that can only be used for pure playback and viewing. However, direct export in standard data formats such as AVI, MJPEG or H.264 is also available with MxCC.

Later Video Movement Detection

Each video recording of a MOBOTIX camera can also be searched later in MxCC for changes using the VM windows feature (VM = Video Motion). For example, a VM window is placed over a door using the mouse and the recording sequences are immediately displayed in which something occurred only at the door at a specified time frame.

The high-performance computer in the camera allows this post-VM evaluation to be done extremely rapidly.

Fine Adjustment For More Meaningful Images

Not only detail and enlargement but also contrast, saturation and brightness can be finely adjusted with MxCC in both live and recorded images/videos for an optimal evaluation or data export. The unprocessed image data of the original camera recording are preserved and are always included in storage.

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Despite later fine adjustment or change of image size, the original image is always preserved as well

Automatic Distortion Correction – Live And In The Recording

The correction of wide-angle lenses at up to 180° fisheye is integrated as a standard feature, in both the live display and playback. When a correction takes place in the camera, hardly any load is placed on neither the network nor the control center computer while the image is already transferred after correction. Uncorrected recordings can still be corrected later using MxCC.

Fisheye-Originalbild > Doppelpanorama entzerrt

PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) – Live And In The Recording

The cameras can be moved by remote control and the images zoomed both via the virtual joystick integrated in the software and via a real, connected joystick. In MOBOTIX cameras, this is always done using digital technology without moving components, which makes the system particularly low maintenance.

Recorded video sequences can also be analyzed later using PTZ. MxCC offers an intuitive, virtual joystick for pan/tilt/zoom.

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High-resolution images can be zoomed digitally (entirely without a motor)

Secure Handling Of Sensitive Data

It is neither desirable nor practical for every employee to be allowed and required to use the same, complete scope of functions of the video system and the management software. The tool "Users & Groups" in MxCC therefore provides the system administrator an extremely powerful and versatile tool for access rights.

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A reduced display of MxCC is sufficient for many users: large images and few control elements

Depending on whether a user or a user group is a system administrator, data protection officer, security guard, a cashier, house detective, manager, works council member, policeman or private person, the program's user interface can have a different appearance. The range extends from the live image recorded by a single camera to the professional desktop with all active MxCC functions and control elements.

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Access rights can be provided especially simply and rapidly with a few clicks of the mouse

Scheduled Access Control

The basic functions activated for a user can be individualized even further. For example, the event search can be limited to the last 30 minutes and only for specific cameras.

Dual Control Prevents Uncontrolled Data Transfer

By permitting a supervisor, MxCC prevents unexamined data disclosure to third parties. In this respect, a supervisor (e.g. company data protection officer) must first activate the data export function by password entry and directly on the PC of the house detective.

User Logs Against Data Abuse

In order to see which persons have used functions of MxCC at a specific time, an authorized person can bring up the complete action logs of all registered users. This makes it possible to see at a glance who has, for example, exported stored video data from the system. Possible attempts of abuse can already be detected in advance.

Dead Man's Switch (In The MxCC Toolbar) Provides Staff Protection

To be sure that a security control center is occupied and that the staff is not in danger, an alarm is sent on request by email or phone call in case the deadman switch was not operated for an extended period.

Automatic installation

You do not have to be a software specialist to set up MxCC. An installation assistant guides you step by step. All cameras installed in the network, newly added or removed are automatically found by MxCC, even in current operation, and can be configured and remotely operated as desired.

Fast Configuration In MxCC

With MxCC you can push a button to get an overview of all available cameras and their basic settings such as the status of the camera arming, type or recording or storage location. You can change the configuration settings for individual, several or all MOBOTIX cameras at once.

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The intelligent, digital MOBOTIX video technology offers a multitude of useful functions that only recently seemed unimaginable

Integration Of MOBOTIX Video Door Stations

MxCC also integrates the new MOBOTIX T24 IP video door station – you can open the door, switch on the lights and speak over the intercom with a live image very comfortably from any MxCC workstation.

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The hemispheric door camera captures the entire entrance area without any blind spots, from wall to wall, floor to ceiling

Free Of Charge: A Convenient Update Assistant

A large share of the functions of the entire video security system is based on the software that is installed on every MOBOTIX camera – without additional costs and directly from the factory. You can get a free update conveniently via MxCC and synchronously for all the cameras in the network. Without changing to new hardware, you can use the newest camera functions developed by MOBOTIX. You can also obtain all MxCC updates free of charge at the push of a button.

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