NEW IN VIDEOMANAGER 16.0
VideoManager 16.0 introduces new features for digital media handling, body-worn camera management and in-car video system management.
M500 IN-CAR VIDEO SYSTEM SUPPORT
VideoManager now supports the Motorola Solutions M500 in-car video system. Please note - this integration is currently not supported in North America.
This means you can configure your M500s, and view the footage they record, natively on VideoManager. For more information on setting up your M500s within VideoManager, please see the M500 and VideoManager Explained technical paper on the Learning Experience Portal.
PASSWORD-PROTECTED INCIDENT LINKS
You can now add an extra level of security to your incident links (including custom links) by setting a password which the recipient of the link must enter in order to view the incident.
To add a password to an incident link:
Navigate to the Incidents tab.
Click View incident next to the incident which will be shared.
In the Links section, click Create new link.
Enter the relevant information. In the Password (optional) field, enter the password for this incident link.
💡 VideoManager will show you the password for a link when you click Show link to copy. However, the password is not included in the default email message to your recipient; you must send it in a separate email.
DOCKCONTROLLER OFFLOAD GROUPS
You can now configure a DockController so that the owner of all footage it sends to VideoManager is automatically set to a nominated group or user. This may be useful if you have a distributed site architecture, and certain users should be able to view all footage uploaded to their instance of VideoManager (but only their instance of VideoManager).
To configure a DockController offload group for a DockController:
Navigate to the Devices tab.
Select the DockControllers pane, and filter the DockControllers as necessary.
Click View details next to the relevant DockController.
Scroll down to the Device settings section.
In the Auto change owner field, enter the name of a user or group.
💡 VideoManager will suggest names which match the name entered in this field. If no names are suggested, the user or group does not exist.
💡 This does not affect the operator who recorded the video; it only changes the owner once the video has been uploaded to VideoManager.
Click Save settings.
vb400 wifi wpa2/eap authentication
Recent revisions of the VB400 now support WiFi authentication using WPA2/PEAP-MSCHAPv2.