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Export and Clip Sharing from the Video Player

Export Video
  1. Click Export on the video player. 

Export Icon.png

  1. Select an Export Type: Single Camera, Multi Camera, Snapshot, or Archive.

OWS Video Player Select Export Type.png

Export Single Camera
  1. Select the Date / Time, Duration, Video Quality and Video Resolution. Check to include Audio if available.

OWS Video Player Single Camera Export.png

NOTE: Longer Duration and higher Video Quality will result in larger video files.

  1. Click Next.

OWS Video Player Single Camera Export to Web Services.png

  1. Select Export to Web Services.
  2. Enter a Title and any Public Notes if needed.
  3. Click Next.

NOTE: Video clips saved under Export Locally in the Downloads folder are MP4 files by default.

  1. Check Share Clip.

OWS Video Player Single Camera Share Clip.png

  1. Add Users by entering email addresses. If an account doesn't exist, the user will be emailed a guest account invitation.
  2. Select additional options to Set Expiration Date, Allow user to download video clip, or Add text to be included with email (optional).
  3. Click Export.
Export Multiple Cameras
  1. Check the cameras to include in the export. Check Select All Cameras in Grid to select all.

OWS Video Player Multi Camera Export.png

  1. Click Next.
  2. Select the Date / Time, Duration, Video Quality and Video Resolution. Check to include Audio if available.

OWS Video Player Multi Camera Export.png

NOTE: Longer Duration and higher Video Quality will result in larger video files.

  1. Click Next.

OWS Video Player Multi Camera Export to Web Services.png

  1. Select Export to Web Services.
  2. Enter a Title and any Public Notes if needed.
  3. Click Next.

NOTE: Video clips saved under Export Locally in the Downloads folder are MP4 files by default.

  1. Check Share Clip.

OWS Video Player Multi Camera Share Clip.png

  1. Add Users by entering email addresses. If an account doesn't exist, the user will be emailed a guest account invitation.
  2. Select additional options to Set Expiration Date, Allow user to download video clip, or Add text to be included with email (optional).
  3. Click Export.
Export Snapshot
  1. Enter a Filename.
  2. Click Export

OWS Video Player SnapShot Export.png

NOTE: Locally exported images are saved in the Downloads folder as JPEG files.

Export Archive
  1. Select the Date / Time and Duration.

OWS Video Player Archive Export Date Time Duration.png

  1. Click Next.
  2. Enter the Filename and click Export.

OWS Video Player Archive Filename.png

NOTE: Locally exported archives are saved in the Downloads folder as compressed files.

NOTE: Download Archive Viewer to view an Archive. The Archive Viewer is saved in the Downloads folder.

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