Overview of the Video file explorer task - Security Center 5.9

Security Center User Guide 5.9

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Security Center 5.9
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2020-08-19

You can use the Video file explorer task to search for and view your exported G64x video files.

During the playback of a video file, the timeline does not show any event marker if the following applies:
  • The video file was created before Omnicastâ„¢ 4.x. Video files that were created through the Export operation from Omnicastâ„¢ 4.x, or later, can contain bookmark or motion event markers.
  • The video file is still managed by an Archiver or Auxiliary Archiver (typically found under \VideoArchives).
  • The video file is part of a backup set (typically found under \Tables\VideoFile).

A Open the Conversion dialog box. This icon is only displayed when you are converting G64 files to ASF format.
B Browse for video files in folders that are on your network.
C Options that are available when a video file is selected in the report pane:
  • - Convert the selected video files to ASF format.
  • - Encrypt the selected video files. If the video file is already encrypted, is displayed instead.
  • - If the video file is digitally signed, verify the digital signature.
    NOTE: Digital signatures are signed using EdDSA. Video files that were signed using RSA can still pass validation, but are reported as authenticated with an obsolete algorithm.
D Exported video file in a tile.
E Controls pane widgets.
F Selected folder. The video files that are contained in the folder are listed in the report pane.