In this post you will learn how to review playback of events, and then you will learn how to export those events as clips, directly from your recorder(
NOTE: You will need a USB stick to perform this procedure.
Note: You will notice that there are some broken sections along the red line(I’ll call it the timeline), where time is shown. Each block of red represents when motion was picked up by your camera. Each solid red line is a clip. The grey areas represent when the camera hasn’t picked anything up — therefore nothing was saved.
Step 9: Still looking at the photo above(Make sure the scissors icon is still highlighted! Click it again if it is no longer red.), notice the two white brackets along the timeline(circled in blue on the picture). These brackets are clickable/draggable, and represent the beginning and end times of the footage that you will be saving.
To Review, these are the tools that will allow you to select what you would like to save:
1. Calendar from step 5
2. Zoom tool from step 6
3. Drag function from step 8
4. Bracket selection tool from step 8
You can now unplug your USB stick. The files, along with the player will be found in the folder you had made earlier on in this post. To download the video player software, simply click on the file labelled VS Player in the folder you made. If you need help with the installation, follow steps 3 to 7 in this post.