To search for bookmarked video, you can apply filters or search for the message that
was entered when the bookmark was created. When you find the bookmark you want to view, you
can play the video in Stratocast™ or export it.
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To view bookmarked videos:
Click Investigate ().
Specify the time range you want to cover for the bookmark search. You can
choose from the following:
Searches for bookmarks created in the last 60 minutes.
Searches for bookmarks created on the current day.
Searches for bookmarks created on the previous day.
Custom date/time range:
Enter a date and time to search for bookmarks created at a specific
date and time. You can also use the calendar and date icons to
specify a precise date and time.
Includes all bookmarks.
Select the cameras you would like to include in the search. You can select
either a specific camera or All cameras.
(Optional) If you entered a message when you created the bookmark, type the
message in the Search for message box.
The bookmarks that correspond to your search criteria appear on the page
Specify how you want the bookmarks to be sorted on the page:
Newest to Oldest:
The latest bookmark thumbnails appear first.
Oldest to Newest:
The oldest bookmark thumbnails appear first.
From the thumbnails, select the bookmark that you want to view and click the
Playback preview button in the center of the
NOTE: In Silverlight video player, this button is displayed as
A 30-second preview of the bookmarked video will play back. Playback begins
five seconds before the time that the bookmark was added (provided that there is
enough recorded video). If you want to see the full clip, click the
Switch to playback () button.
Silverlight video player, the Switch to playback
button is displayed as .
TIP: Moving the blue marker in
the timeline near to a bookmark or below a bookmark on the timeline causes the
cursor to jump to that bookmark in the timeline. The red ribbon icon () turns bright red () indicating that it is the
currently active bookmark and displays the bookmark description. This is
particularly useful when the timeline is zoomed out and you have a lot of
bookmarks to review.
(Optional) Click Clear search results to clear the
applied filters and reset your list of cameras.
You have applied filters to find a specific bookmark. From the search results, you can either click the Play button in the bookmark thumbnail for a 30-second preview of the video, or click Switch to playback to view the full video.
After you finish
You can click to export video
that was recorded at the time the bookmark was added.
NOTE: In Silverlight video player,
the Export button is displayed as .