Fault Clips Tab

Clicking this icon displays video clips flagged as meeting one or more MIS automatic monitoring fault conditions. When the page first opens all search constraints are wild carded so the page will show all bookmarks that include a MIS flagged fault. If there are a lot of faults the search function allows you to narrow down the list.

Figure: Fault Clips

Figure: Fault Clips

Fault Clip Display Options

The ribbon at the top of the Fault Clips pane allows you to manage and modify captured faults.

image Select/deselect all Fault Clips. If there are no clips this option is greyed out.

image Manually create a new Fault Clip.

image Merge multiple Fault Clips. Allows you to combine multiple reported faults into a single combined clip. The new composite clip shows up in the Bookmarks tab. If there are no clips this option is greyed out.

image Send selected Fault clips – Opens dialog box to email one or more clips to selected user. Optionally create an email subject title. This option is greyed out if no clips are selected.

image Delete selected fault clips. This option is greyed out if no clips are selected.

image When icon is blue the page is automatically refreshed every few seconds. When the icon is white page does not change once it is opened. Clicking the <Auto Refresh> icon toggles between the two modes.

image Grid and List view, similar to other MIS settings. Grid displays a large thumbnail and limited descriptive detail about the fault. In List view the thumbnail is smaller and the selection of descriptive detail is much greater.

image Export list opens an Excel spreadsheet showing details of each clip. The spreadsheet may be opened or saved to your desktop. The Delete all Fault clips option allows you to quickly remove all fault clips.

Manual Fault Clip Creation

The System allows you to manually create a fault clip. This works much the same way as creating a Bookmark. Press the image Add Clip icon at the top of the page. This opens a new page with the channel list on the left. Select a channel, mark the clip, name the clip, optionally include descriptive text for more information and use the Fault Type radio button to specify the type of fault. Press <Apply> at the bottom to create the clip.

Figure: Manual Fault Clip Creation

Figure: Manual Fault Clip Creation