With the release of DVR Examiner 3.1.0, we’re reflecting on some of the major updates to DVR Examiner since the release of 3.0 in March.
One concept introduced with the release of DVR Examiner 3.0 is the ability to customize your workflow based on your specific needs within DVR Examiner. In DVR Examiner 2.9.3 and earlier, users only had a single path to follow from detection through export (See Figure 1).
Figure 1. Workflow in DVR Examiner 2.X
This workflow worked well enough for single source cases where not much detail was required, however if a user was hoping to create a more robust case file which included details on multiple locations and video sources it would require more work.
Enter DVR Examiner 3. In the latest product release, users are empowered to establish their own path for building a case (See Figure 2).
Figure 2. Workflow in DVR Examiner 3
Users can follow a similar workflow as was utilized in earlier versions, by scanning one (or multiple!) sources followed by previewing and exporting. Alternatively, users can begin by building out case details, entering information on key locations, devices, and sources, and then proceeding through detection, preview, and export. Users can also mix and match their order of operations throughout their case based on the information they’d like to include.
To learn more about how you can customize your workflow to best suit your needs in DVR Examiner, watch this webinar “Tips & Tricks: DVR Examiner Features you May be Missing”.