Since video clips can be archived in various formats, such as Windows Media Video, Audio Video Interleaved, proprietary Seon File Format or Seon Self Playing Format, users might need to operate different players to view those files. Such video players are also equipped with different features and don’t show the same graphic characteristics. Let’s take a look at how each of these formats is displayed:
Windows Media Video (.wmv) and Audio Video Interleaved (.avi) files are played by the computer’s default video player. The screen displays the options that were selected during the archiving process, such as Telemetry or Privacy Zones (see blurred areas in the image). No additional features are available.
Proprietary Seon File Format (.avr) files need vMax View to be played. The user interface is exactly the same as described in the tutorial Getting to Know vMax View and users can take advantage of all the features at their convenience.
vMax View will display differently depending on the number of channels selected when archiving the file. The screen will be optimized to fully display those selected channels.
A stand alone player is used to view Seon Self Playing Format (.exe) files. In this case, the interface looks similar to vMax View and displays several types of information, but only a few features are enabled.
To know more details about this, proceed to the following section.
When users double-click a Seon Self Playing (.exe) archive, the file is viewed in the Stand Alone player (shown below). The interface, similar to vMax View, presents the following features: