The screenshot tool can be very useful when wanting to take a quick still image capture of something happening on a live stream or a historical video.

Selecting the screenshot button will take a capture of the video feed at that exact time. Simply choose any historical clip, pause the video on the frame that you want to capture, and then select the screenshot button. The picture will automatically download to your device as a .jpg file for you to open and share.

The screenshot will include the camera name, date, and time at the top left corner.

Taking screenshot of a live feed

  1. Select a camera

  2. Wait for the stream to play

  3. Select the camera button (as outlined in the figure below) to take a screenshot 

Taking a screenshot of historical footage

  1. Select a camera

  2. Choose a historical video clip

  3. Select the camera button (as outlined in the figure above) to take a screenshot

Taking Screenshots on Mobile

  1. Open the Verkada Command app

  2. Tap on any camera 

  3. Tap on the live stream of the camera

  4. Tap on the full screen icon, as seen in the figure below

  5. Tap on the camera button, as seen in the figure below

  6. The screenshot will be saved to your device's photos app

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