The Camera Settings page enables agency administrators to define settings for Axon devices, such as Axon Body 2, Axon Body, and Axon Flex. The page provides settings such as video quality, event pre-buffering, audio mute control, and indicator light control.
Note: Some setting changes can only be enforced on each Axon camera after the camera has been inserted in an Axon Dock or connected to an Evidence Sync application.
Microphone controls are intended for agencies in locations with restrictions on audio recordings.
Video quality settings provide the ability to define the Axon video encoding rate or the space used per hour of recording. This is useful for agencies wanting to reduce the impact of Axon video uploads on the agency’s Internet connection.
Note: To ensure that the quality of videos is acceptable, it is strongly recommended that you always validate the effect of the configured camera settings.
- On the menu bar, click Admin, and then under Device Settings, click Camera Settings.
The Camera Settings page displays sections for Axon Flex and Axon Body settings, Axon Body 2 settings, and settings affecting all Axon cameras.
- For each setting, choose the option that best supports your agency’s policies regarding video, audio, and offline camera usage.
- At the bottom of the page, click Save Settings.
Evidence.com saves the camera settings. Axon Dock and Evidence Sync updates each camera with any changed settings the next time that the camera is connected.