The Axon Body 3 camera can be connected to a laptop or computer with Axon View XL operating in Standalone Mode to allow priority upload of videos from the camera to Axon Evidence.com.
In Standalone Mode, Axon View XL lets users view recorded videos, add metadata to videos and upload camera videos to Axon Evidence.com.
Using Axon View XL in standalone mode is separate from using Axon View XL with Axon Fleet products.
The Axon Body 3 camera is connected to the laptop or computer with a USB A to USB C cable and uses the Axon View XL standalone mode. You can request a compatible cable from your Axon Representative.
Note: When connected to View XL an Axon Body 3 camera can be charged. However, Axon recommends that you regularly place you Axon Body 3 camera in an Axon Body 3 Dock to ensure that the camera has the correct time synchronization and latest firmware updates.
View XL Tab Overview
The Axon View XL interface has four main tabs, which are described below with a link to more information on the tabs.
|Control – this tab shows the camera status. It is also the default page shown after signing in to View XL.|
|Review – this tab is used to review videos, add metadata to videos, and then to submit a video for upload.|
|Upload – this tab provides a way to check the upload status of videos.|
|Settings – this tab provides vehicle, user, and system information. It is also where users sign out of Axon View XL.|
View XL Updates
Axon periodically distributes updates for the Axon View XL application. When updates are available, the system automatically downloads the update and displays an Update button showing the update is ready to install. Axon recommends installing updates as soon as possible.
Click the Update button to install the updates. It might take a couple minutes to complete the installation. Axon View XL will close during the update and will automatically reboot once the update is completed.
You can see the Axon View XL version by clicking (the Settings icon) and looking in the System Info section.