Because the video camera continuously records video while the vehicle ignition is on, the Recalled Videos function provides the ability to recall video at any specific time that the camera was recording. This is useful when the user desires to review video footage when an actual video event has not been triggered by the system.
From the VideoProtects main menu, select Recalled Videos.
View Recalled Videos
There are two ways to view recalled videos: directly in the Recalled Videos tab, or within Video Events.
View in Video Recalls Tab
The videos you have recalled will populate in the recalled videos screen. You can filter to select specific vehicles, start, and end dates. You can also view the videos in a list or tiled format.
View in Video Events Tab
Navigate to the Video Events page from the VideoProtects menu, change the Event filter to Video Recall, and enter the Start and End Date values to view the recalled video/s.
Recalled Video Actions
In the Recalled Videos tab, there are several actions you can take with a recalled video.
|The Promote button will “promote” a recalled video into the same workflow of a generated event where it can be analyzed, scored, etc.||The Download button allows the user to download the video to their local device.||The Delete Video Recall button deletes the video from the recalled videos list.|
Request/Recall a Video
In order to recall a video, use the dialogue box in the Recalled Videos section to identify the vehicle, the date, the time, and length of video (from 10 seconds
to 45 seconds). Once the choices have been selected, click on the “Request Video” button.
A message will appear saying “Video Recall has been requested”. If the vehicle is currently powered on, the video will be retrieved soon. If the vehicle is not powered on, the video will be retrieved when it is powered back on. When the recalled video request has been processed, it will populate in the Recalled Videos view. Note: You may need to use the filters at the top (by date or vehicle) in order to find the specific recalled video.