The bottom toolbar holds two sets of tools.
The first set controls the selected camera timeline, the second set controls all cameras on the screen.
Tools that influence the selected camera
Pictograms are a tool to hide or show a selected type of object, which can aid in object search by type. Requires Object detection to show these events above the timeline.
Jump back to the last object detected.
Jump back to the last camera event, this includes events like motion detection, line crossing, intrusion, etc.
Jump back in the archive by the selected time interval on the selected camera.
Press on the time to open the popup menu to select the time interval. This will also change how much of the timelineis visible.
Jump forward in the archive by the selected time interval for the selected camera.
Jump forward to the next camera event.
Jump to the next detected object in the timeline.
Press on this button to center the timeline on the scrubber (current playback position of the selected camera).
Start creating a clip for the selected camera. Once the clip is created it can be either downloaded or shared from the library.
Press on the date or time to open the calendar. From it, you can select the date and/or time. You can switch between date and time tabs to select the desired moment then click on OK to start playback from the selected moment.
Tools that control all cameras on-screen
Show or hide thumbnails above the timeline for the selected camera to visually search for an event.
Open video portal full screen. This will hide all of the browser toolbars maximizing the viewing area.
Change aspect ratio for all cameras. Will either stretch the image to fill the screen or show in the native aspect ratio of the cameras.
Synchronize the playback position of all cameras that are currently on the screen to the main camera (camera with the green border around it).
Pauses all cameras on screen, if all cameras are on pause then this button will resume playback for all cameras.
Set all cameras to show a live stream.