Security Camera Video CCTV Tutorial
How To Give Security Camera Video To The Police
CCTV Tutorial Video
How to get recorded security camera video to the Police.
CCTV Police Tutorial Detailed Instructions
- First follow the instructions on How To Watch Recorded Security Camera Video On Your Computer.
- Then, once you’ve found the camera security video you want, select the tick-box next to it.
- Click on the Download button.
- You can save the video file wherever you want on your
computer. It saves it in a format with a .h264 file extension, which is
pretty much useless to man or beast, so you need to convert it into a
format that the Police can view.
- To do this go to this site to
Download the Video Converter
- Download the file. (You will be asked to save the file
to your computer, make sure you remember where you have saved it to e.g.
- Double click on the file ( it’s called videoconver.exe ) to run it.
- Click on the OPEN button , bottom left.
- Browse to your .h264 video file you downloaded and then click on the OPEN button in the dialogue box.
- Then click on the CONVER button. You'll see it counting and then SUCCESS in the PROGR column.
- Do a small victory dance because you're done! Your AVI file will be in the same place as your original unconverted file.
- You can put the file onto a memory stick and hand it to the Police or even e-mail it to them. Whatever they want.
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