You can use Axon View to watch video while the Axon camera is recording or buffering. This is useful for ensuring that the camera is pointing in the right direction or for using the camera to view difficult-to-reach spaces, such as a crawl space or attic.
The video streams at a rate of 30 frames per second. However, depending on a variety of factors, the video may appear choppy. Regardless of the live video quality shown on the mobile device, the Axon camera is recording at the full frame rate.
For Axon Body 2 and Axon Flex 2, Axon View uses Wi-Fi for viewing live video.
For Axon Body and Axon Flex, Axon View uses Bluetooth for viewing live video.
- Ensure that the Axon camera is turned on and paired to the mobile device.
- Open the Axon View app. Axon View connects to the Axon camera.
If a message saying you must be connected to the Axon camera’s Wi-Fi appears:
- If your agency allows automatic Wi-Fi Configuration, when the message saying you must be connected to the Axon camera’s Wi-Fi appears, tap Activate Wi-Fi and then tap Join. You are ready to use Axon View.
- If your agency does not allow automatic Wi-Fi Configuration or you are not on iOS11 or later, follow the steps in Reconnecting to an Axon Body 2 or Axon Flex 2 Camera
- Tap View Live.
When a connection is established, Axon View shows live video from the camera.
You can use the live video as needed to adjust the camera position as needed.