Required Feature Flag: Alarms / MediaMatrix / DeviceAudit
Media Matrix automatically populates the grid with the available alarm clips but can be manually controlled from the "Clips" menu
Alarm footage is distinguished by the red border surrounding the cell. The clips automatically loop so operators can clearly see the triggering event.
The Alarm Clip Cell has additional controls that appear when the cursor hovers over the clip window
- Pause / Play the footage
- Save a JPG snapshot
- Slow Down / Speed Up the clip
- Full Screen (enlarge the clip)
The Clip list on the Media Matrix Side menu has two different modes "Single Alarm Mode" or "Show All Clips" mode.
Single Alarm Mode
The clips shown in the Media Matrix Clips list will only show clips that are associated with the Alarm you last clicked in the Alarm Processing (Site Monitor) window. This allows operators to focus on one alarm event at a time,
To view the clips of an alarm you are interested in:
- Click the alarm in the Alarm Process Window
- The Clip List updates in Media Matrix
- Click the Clip you want in Media Matrix
- Click on the cell you want the Clip to be shown
You can also use this mode to view "audit" clips by clicking on the "Camera Viewed" entry in the Audit Trail (either the "All" or "Devices" tabs in the Alarm Processing Window)
Show All Alarm Clips Mode
Required Feature Flag: Alarms / SiteMonitor / ShowAllClips
If the ShowAllClips feature is enabled then the Media Matrix Clip list will automatically show the clips from all alarms with in the Event without having to manually select them in the Alarm Processing Window each time. This allows the operator to quickly view all the associated clips for an event at once.
When viewing the alarm processing screen you will seen an Icon to the right of the alarm which shows which cell of the media matrix contains the corresponding alarm clip(s).
Note: This mode will only show alarm clips, you can't view "audit" clips. That function is only available in Single Clip Mode.
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