This article will show you how to set up the output settings of your NVR on the monitor.

Applies to: RLN4-410 (hardware version H3MB17), RLN8-410 (hardware version H3MB02), RLN8-410-E, RLN16-410 (hardware version H3MB02/H3MB06)

Step 1. Log in to the NVR on the monitor and go to MenuDisplay >Output page.



  • Resolution: The number of “little dots” that make up an image. The higher the resolution, the better the image. However, please do not select the resolutions that exceed the resolution of your monitor or it may not be able to display. The NVR has the below formats available, in four different aspect ratios:
    • Standard (4:3) - 1024x768
    • Standard (5:4) - 1280x1024
    • Widescreen (16:10) - 1280x800,1440x900
    • Widescreen (16:9) - 1280x720 (720p) or 1920x1080 (1080p)
  • For Standard Monitors via VGA: Select one of the standard (4:3) formats for NVR’s output.
  • For Widescreen Monitors via VGA: Select one of the standard (16:9) formats for NVR’s output.
1. If your widescreen monitor cannot display these resolutions, you might need to enable letter-boxing on your monitor and use a 4:3 format.
2. Using a standard-screen format on widescreen monitors will "shrink" the image horizontally while using a widescreen format on standard monitors will “stretch” the image vertically.
  • For PC monitors via HDMI: Choose a format appropriate for your monitor.
  • For Widescreen Plasma/LCD HD TVs via HDMI: The resolution should be set to the maximum your television can process not display. You may check your television’s documentation to find this value. Typically, a proper resolution will be 1080p, as even screens that support less resolution can still display the image, just with less detail. If your television cannot display 1080p, then use 720p instead.
  • Transparency: You may set the NVR’s menu to be partially transparent.
  • Mouse Sensitivity: You may adjust the sensitivity of the mouse on NVR.
  • Border Adjustment: Changes the size and position of the cameras’ images on the screen.
Note: To get the audio from the NVR to your speaker, the TV/monitor should be connected via HDMI cable and the resolution should be 1920*1080 or 1280p*720.