The Menu Profile in the Video Portal provides you with multiple options like changing your first and last name, and the account password. You can also change the default aspect ratio for some or all the cameras. Menu Profile also provides you with the ability to enable some experimental features like enabling the Fisheye dewarping on the camera and changing the location of the top menu bar. All of these changes will affect only your account and won't change anything for other users.
To open the Menu Profile click on the user account icon. Then click on your username as shown in the screenshot below. This will open the profile menu popup.
Changing the User Info and Account Password
The first tab on the menu profile popup is the Profile Tab allows you to change the details like first and last name and password for your account. To save the change simply click on the Update details button to save a new name or click on the Change Password button to save a new password. This tab also shows the username for the account but it cannot be modified from the video portal, to modify the username for the account please visit this article.
Changing the Default Aspect Ratio
The second Tab on the Menu Profile is the Preferences Tab, under this tab you can change the default video aspect ratio for your cameras, this will be kept as the default mode for all the sessions for this user.
The other option provided for you is to override the default aspect ratio which was saved in the 1st option for certain selected cameras.
For more information on aspect ratios please visit this article.
Using the Experimental features
The third tab on the Menu Profile is the Experimental features tab. This tab allows you to play with the special features of the Video portal. You can change the position of the Navigation Bar to the top, bottom, or to the left side from the Navigation bar position option.
You can also enable the FIsheye dewarping for your fisheye cameras. For this feature to work you do not need to have a camera with dewarping, any 360-degree stream can be dewarped in the Video portal. For more information on fisheye dewarping, please visit this article