Overview of the Video file explorer task - Security Center 5.9

Security Center User Guide 5.9

Security Center 5.9

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.