Nx Witness user interface includes the following main regions.
Viewing Grid for Layouts
The central Viewing Grid can display up to 64 individual Items – live camera streams, recorded video files, websites, etc.
An arrangement of items in the Viewing Grid is called a Layout. Layouts can be named and saved. Multiple layouts can be open at once, each displayed in a separate tab.
Sliding panels on each side of the Viewing Grid provide management and display tools. These panels can be resized by dragging the inner edge towards or away from the Viewing Grid, and hidden or opened using the directional arrows.
Navigation Panel (top) – provides access to the Main Menu ; tabs for each layout; shortcuts to the Nx Cloud Client and the help system; and standard window sizing controls.
Playback Panel (bottom) – controls playback of local videos and live streams.
Resource Panel (left) – displays all servers, devices (cameras, analog encoders, DVRs/NVRs, IO Modules), layouts, showreels, web pages, users, other Systems, and local files (video and image files) available to the current user.
Notification Panel (right) – contains tabs that display tiles for notifications, motion detection, bookmarks, events, and analytics objects.
Each interface element has a Context Menu that provides shortcuts to key actions related to that element. Throughout this help System you will find instructions to use these context menus to access necessary tools. Right-click on an interface element to open its context menu.
Tooltips and context-sensitive help
Throughout the Client application, you can click on the contextual help icon to open either a tool tip for the related field or to launch the topic in this help system that describes the related dialog.
A set of keyboard shortcuts are available to speed up your workflow.