Back up footage through NVMS 2.0 (2.1.1)

Playing back using the clip option

To Back up footage using the clipping function, open "Storage Playback" and playback the desired footage.

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Once you have found the desired footage:
Click the "Back up start time" button will mark the start of the footage back up. (Scissor icon pointing left)
Click the "Back up end time" button will mark the end of the footage back up. (Scissor icon pointing to the right)
Click the "Download" button will redirect you to Record Management and Download the clip.

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When the back up starts you will be able to see the progress and have the ability to cancel the back up using "Stop" or "Pause" to pause the download.

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You can use the "Open File Position" to open the folder containing back up footage.
You will also have a progress bar. When the progress bar reaches 100%, the footage download is complete.

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Back up using Record Management

Select "Back up" under "Storage Playback"

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Expand the area and select your desired channels and date.

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Click the "Search" button to populate the Backup timeline.

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Click and drag your mouse cursor to mark the desired Playback footage. 
The "Backup" button will begin the download.
You can use the "Zoom In", "Zoom out", and "24hr" button to manipulate the timeline.

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When the back up starts you will be able to see the progress and have the ability to cancel the back up using "Stop" or "Pause" to pause the download.

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When the footage completes, you will be able to click "Open File Position" to locate the back up folder.

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Changing the Back up path

Click the "Backup" option from the main menu.

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Select "Backup Path"

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To change the backup location, select "Browse" next to the "Save Backup Files to" option.
You may also change the "Backup File Format" 
AVI will allow for playback in common video players when the codec is present. The DAT option will use the proprietary file format.
Click Apply to save settings. Note: You will need to close any active Record Management tabs to reflect the updated Backup location.

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