To create video files that can be played in media players such as Windows Media Player, you can export video recordings when watching playback video, and then store them in Stratocast™ or download them to your local drive.
What you should know
If you export video from your client's Stratocast™ portal, the exported video is stored in your vault, not theirs. As a result, your client cannot see your exported videos and you cannot see theirs.
On the View page, do one of the following:
The selected tile is maximized and the timeline is displayed at the bottom of the tile.
- Select a tile whose camera is streaming live video and click .
- To go to a specific time and date in a video recording, click
Seek (), and enter a range or a specific time and date for that
video recording.NOTE: In Silverlight video player the Seek button is displayed as .
Click Export ().
NOTE: In Silverlight video player the Export button is displayed as .
In the Save as video clip dialog box, set the following
to define the duration of your exported video:
- Minutes before
- The number of minutes to include before the time indicated in the dialog box.
- Minutes after
- The number of minutes to include after the time indicated in the dialog box.
Enter a Description for the exported video.
The maximum is 2000 characters. If the Description is left blank, the camera name is used as the description.
On the Vault page, a progress bar for the exporting process appears in the list of exported video files.NOTE: Only two video exporting processes can be in progress at the same time, per user. Also, the exporting status is refreshed every five seconds.
- Click Vault to confirm whether the bookmark was exported successfully. To cancel the exporting process or delete the video once it has been exported, select the video from the list of exported video files and click Delete ().
(Optional) To edit the Description of your exported
- Hover your mouse over the Description you want to modify, and click it when the underline appears.
- In the Edit dialog box, modify the Description text.
- Click Save.
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