Evidence Manager Tutorial:

Viewing Disk Analysis Data


Disk analysis is a color-coded graphical representation of the type of data that is stored on a device’s hard drive. It displays information such as total recorded video, alarms, events, video loss, and accelerometer data.


To view disk analysis data:

  1. Log in to Evidence Manager.
  2. Expand Devices under Device Manager, find the device of your choice, and make sure that it is connected.
  3. Right-click this device, and click Disk Analysis. Evidence Manager retrieves and displays the disk analysis data in the Disk Analysis window.
  1. Use the legend at the top to get a sense of the type of data that this device contains.
  2. Use the zoom controls in the top-left corner for zoom-in, zoom-out, and zoom-fit controls.
    Click Zoom Fit in the bottom-left corner for zoom-fit controls.
    Use the scroll wheel of your mouse to zoom in or zoom out of the video.
  3. To play video from this hard drive, double-click the graph at the point that represents the start time of the video. As the video plays, periods of no video are displayed in gray.
  4. To see the most-recent disk analysis data, click Refresh.

NOTE: Disk Analysis Data Display

Sometimes, the disk analysis data might not appear the first time. If this happens, click the Refresh button to enable data display.

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