Work with Events
This section is about the Events tab.
You can enable sound notifications for events related to specific watch lists. In some browsers, the tab with events has to remain in focus to get a sound played. To put a tab in focus, open it, and click anywhere on the page.
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Once an object is detected, you will see a notification on one of the event lists: Faces, Bodies, or Cars, subject to the object type.
A notification can feature different pieces of information, depending on whether a detected object has a match in the card index:
Match not found: the normalized object image, detection date and time, camera group name.
Match found: the normalized object image, reference object photo from the related card, name, the similarity between the matched objects, comment from the card, watch list, detection date and time, camera group.
In order to pause the notifications thread, click above the list of events.
When working with events, the following filters may come in handy:
Some filters from the list below may be hidden, subject to enabled recognition features.
Card: display events only for a selected card.
Watch lists: display events only for a selected watch list.
Matches: display events only with/without matches, or all events.
Acknowledged: display only acknowledged/unacknowledged events, or all events.
Cameras: display only events from a selected camera.
Camera groups: display only events from a selected group of cameras.
Start, End: display only events that occurred within a certain period.
Video Archive ID: display events from the video archive with a given ID.
Event ID: display an event with a given ID.
Episode ID: display events from the episode with a given ID.
Limit: display a given number of most relevant events.
Specific filters for faces
Event best shot: display all events of a track, only events with real-time snapshots, only one event with the best snapshot at the end of a track.
Age: display events with people of a given age.
Gender: display events with people of a given gender.
Emotions: display events with given emotions.
Glasses: filter events by the fact of wearing glasses.
Beard: filter events by the fact of having a beard.
Liveness: filter events by face liveness.
Face mask: filter events by the fact of wearing a face mask.
Specific filters for bodies
Headwear: display only events with a person wearing headgear of a given type: hat/cap, hood/headscarf, none.
Upper body clothes: display only events with a person wearing upper body wear of a given generalized category: long sleeves, short sleeves, no sleeve.
Upper clothes type: display only events with a person wearing upper body wear of a given specific type: jacket, coat, sleeveless vest, sweatshirt, T-shirt, shirt, dress.
Upper clothes color: display only events with a person wearing a top of a given color.
Lower body clothes: display only events with a person wearing lower body wear of a given type: pants, skirt, shorts, obscured.
Lower clothes color: display only events with a person wearing a bottom of a given color.
Specific filters for cars
Car body style: display only events with cars of a given body style.
Car color: display only events with cars of a given color.
Country of the license plate: display only events with cars registered in a given country.
Number plate: display an event with a given plate number.
Region of the license plate: display only events with cars registered in a given region.
Make: filter car events by car make.
Model: filter car events by car model.
Special vehicle: display only events with vehicles belonging to a given type: police, ambulance, rescue service, taxi, other.
In order to navigate to an event ticket from the list of events, click on the recognition result in a notification (No matches or the name from the corresponding card).
An event ticket contains the same data as a relevant notification. It also allows for acknowledging the event. To do so, click Not accepted to change the event acknowledgment status. Click Save.
If a detected object has a match in the card index, you can navigate to the relevant card by clicking on the name in the event ticket.
In order to acknowledge all events, click above the list of events.
Event acknowledgment can be automated for selected watch lists.
FindFace Multi allows you to search detected objects through the list of events and card index. To navigate from an event ticket to the search tab, click Events or Cards respectively.
Only with Video Recorder.
The video player has a highly intuitive design. See View Camera Video in Video Player for details.