Viewing CCTV Cameras

To view your cameras, go to your personal account at or go to the WebGlazok mobile application.

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In the application, you can view video from cameras for an arbitrary period. Likewise, you can view cameras on a tablet or computer in a browser. Let’s demonstrate a personal account when logging in from a computer. We go to the website and press the login. Enter your Email or phone number and password.

In the center of the screen we see a picture from the camera. this is either the last recorded motion, or the last picture taken by the time interval.

At the bottom of the screen, there is a timeline of events for each of the cameras. It displays pictures from cameras for a selected period of time. Time goes from left to right, with buttons and. you can change the time scale. You can move the ribbon using the left-right buttons or by dragging. Hours and minutes are signed at the bottom, and in a blue rectangle at the top. the date.

When we hover the mouse over the event feed, we see a quick preview of the picture from the camera at the selected time. Recorded movements are marked in red. When you click on a picture on the event feed, you switch to viewing the corresponding video or snapshot.

The camera saves video only during movements in the frame. Let’s move on to movement by clicking on the red mark on the tape. We see a low quality preview frame with a moving object marked with a red rectangle.

You can jump to the next preview frame by pressing the forward or backward buttons, left-right arrows on the keyboard, or by sliding to the side. You can also move between frames using the mouse wheel.

Let’s see who passed here. We press the button to play video. During playback, you can press the stop button and view a detailed frame, for example, a car license plate. Also, to stop the video, you can click anywhere on the video itself or press the spacebar on your keyboard.

To locally save the currently viewed video or frame, press the save button. and we will be offered where to save the video or frame on disk. Video clips are saved in sections of 10 seconds.

To quickly view all events, there are fast forward and rewind buttons. The picture quality decreases during fast rewinding. When you stop at a point of interest, a detailed picture or video is displayed.

The “end” button quickly jumps to the last frame from the camera. The green cursor shows the current time.

When you click on the camera icon, a request is made to the camera to get a fresh frame.

At night, the camera turns on infrared illumination, and it goes into black and white mode.

Camera settings

In the settings, we can set the name of the camera and specify the time zone for the correct display of the time on the camera. There can be cameras with different time zones on the tape at the same time.

Next comes information about the camera: camera type, resolution, model, information about the connected memory card and the ability to format it. Using the specified local IP address, you can enter the camera toolbar while in the local network. There you can update the firmware or change the secret key of the camera.

In the “interval” tab, you can set how often the camera takes pictures in the absence of movement.

In the “motion” tab, the motion sensor is turned on, the sensitivity and motion detection zones are configured. You can also customize how the camera reacts to sudden changes in the frame, for example, turning on the lights.

Here you can set up notifications. The camera will send notifications to Email about disconnection from the network, about turning on, as well as notify about movements, while images from the camera will be attached to the letter.

In the tariff tab, you can extend or change the current tariff. If you pay for more than 3 months, a discount is provided.

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In the traffic tab, you can see how much the camera used up Internet traffic by days and months.

Saving traffic

If a memory card is installed in the camera, you can turn on the traffic saving function, then the traffic will be reduced by about 10 times. This happens due to the fact that only low quality preview frames are uploaded to the cloud. High quality videos and stills are stored on a memory card inserted in the camera. And they are uploaded to the cloud at the user’s request.

When the traffic saving function is enabled, at first we see the frame in low quality. Then, if you stopped on it for a few seconds, then the download of this frame from the camera’s memory card starts, the frame loading indicator is displayed in the lower right corner.

After loading, we see the picture in high quality. High quality picture is now stored in the cloud.


If the function of saving traffic is enabled, then when switching to motion, we see only the preview frames of the saved video and the button to request video.

After the video from the camera is loaded, we can play it.

Change the video viewing quality

When viewing the camera on a mobile device with slow internet, the HD button may be useful to enable or disable high quality video and frame viewing. It only affects the current view. Video from cameras is always saved in high quality in any case.