Use the Vide Data tab to view video collected by AAG's video data collection vehicle.
The AAG video data collection vehicle.
How to use this feature:
1. Select the Video Data checkbox
Roads with video data available will be outlined in blue.
2. Optional: Click on the feature style icon to the left of the checkbox to change the color or weight of these lines.
This will open the Feature Style window. Pick a color from the color picker or enter the hexadecimal value. Select a weight (line thickness) from the weight dropdown menu. Click Save to save any changes.
3. Click on the Select Start Point icon. (The icon on the far left.)
The cursor will turn into crosshairs.
4. Click on the Video Data line you would like to see.
You must click directly on the line. (It helps to zoom in to the area). You will see a blue spot on the line (indicating the VDC vehicle. The yellow arrows indicate the available video data and the direction you can "drive."
5. Click on the direction you want to see.
The camera views will be displayed on the left hand side tab. The car icon will indicate where you are in relation to the rest of the map.
6. Use the orange and grey buttons under the video caption to go to the beginning of the video, go back one step, play backwards, stop, play forwards, go forward one step, or go to the end of the video.
7. Use the Play radio buttons to view video from either the Front camera, the Right Side camera or the Rear camera. The caption below the video will also show you which camera you are viewing.
8. Select a play speed from the Play Speed dropdown menu.
9. Select the interval at which you want to view the frames by selecting from the Show Every Frame dropdown men.
Showing every frame will give you a slower more detailed video. Showing every 4th or 5th frame will give you a quicker, less detailed video.
You can view the road from the other direction of travel by clicking the Change Road Side icon at the top left of the Video Data tab.
The Date will show you when the video was taken and the Road Name will show you the name of the road in the video.
At the bottom of the frame you can see a smaller frame view from the two other cameras you are not viewing at the top.
Note: Sometimes one of the cameras may have a frame missing.
10. Stop the video and click on the frame to see it enlarged in a new window and with details such as latitude, longitude and date.