Exports Page and Combining Exports
The new exports page provides you visibility into all the exports within your network. From this page, you can also now combine exports and provide a single playable file for entire incidents.
On this one page, you can now see all exports generated within your network along with the following details:
- Camera: which camera was the export taken from
Type: either a single export, or multiple - see below section
User: who created the export
Created: when this was created
Scheduled: when this was scheduled for, if scheduled
Selected times: time ranges of exported video
Status: status of the export - if pending, completed, canceled, etc
Similar to when viewing exports on a single camera’s page, you can select the export and download, copy link to clipboard, calculate checksum or delete the export.
Date Filter and Text Search
You should be able to filter and find exports created within a timeframe. Additionally, you can search through text to find the right camera/s by name, or find the right combined export by filename.
Sometimes when investigating incidents you will want to create an entire “story” by stitching together multiple pieces of video evidence on multiple cameras.
For example, for evidence of a theft it is required to have footage of the suspect entering the store, grabbing the items, and leaving without paying.
To help with this, you can now also combine single exports by clicking on the “Combine Selected Exports” button, and rearranging the exports in the order in which you want them combined.
Use the checkboxes on the left to select the exports you want to combine
Select Combine Selected Exports
Add an optional filename
Rearrange the exports in the order you want them combined by dragging and dropping
You will see the combined export as a new line item in the table
Monitor the status on the Status column. Wait for it to complete
If you do not see your combined exports, sort by the Created column
From here, feel free to download, share - just like any other export!
Here's an example of a combined export. It is fast-forwarded using the timeline on to save time.