vMax View can play video from DVR hard drives and SD cards, but it can also play existing video archives that have been stored in a computer. Users can operate vMax View to play Seon .avr and .avs archived files, depending on the DVR model used to record the video.
To open video previously archived in vMax View or downloaded with vMax Commander, Seon’s video surveillance management software, follow these steps:
When vMax View detects media from an attached DVR (hard drive or SD card) that is not compatible with its current version, it will pop a warning message stating that the program is “Unable to Load Video”. If this happens, please contact the Seon Service team to update your vMax View software.
Validation is a process that guarantees the integrity of original video footage. After confirming that the file is not corrupted and has not been modified, users could present it as evidence in a court of law if it became necessary.
Seon archive video is automatically checked for validity whenever users create an .avr format archive from the downloaded file. In addition, the vMax View Validate Archive feature verifies the integrity of Seon format archives previously saved as .avr files:
To Validate a Seon video archive: