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Avigilon Native Video Export File

β‡’ Category:Video Files
β‡’ Developer:Avigilon

πŸ“Œ An .AVE file composition can also serve for sustainment of video sequences and tracks generated by Avigilon Control Center (ACC) suite. Specifically, this certain .AVE file basement relies on videos recorded by one or a few surveillance cameras and is composed of integrated camera settings and event data. Generally, .AVE recordings can be played back by Avigilon Control Center Player, embedded as a compound part of a more complex ACC installer bundle. When the relevant .AVE entry is opened in ACC Player, the video starts its direct representation in the View section. If the custom .AVE structure holds videos captured by several cameras at once, each of the respective videos is visualized by default. At last, ACC Player offers a chance to export the desired video recordings to other competitive extension schemas by clicking the β€œExport” pictogram on the β€œExport” tab of the player primary form, specify the outcome format for exporting, pick the camera video you require to be processed, specify the preferential time range, and confirm your aim by clicking β€œStart Export” button.

Avid User File

β‡’ Category:Settings Files
β‡’ Developer:Avid Technology

πŸ“Œ One of the primary .AVE item variations correlates with a settings file applied by Avid Xpress, Avid Media Composer, and other compound software products targeted for video editing landmarks. Most frequently, the .AVE records are saved and stored in conjunction with a custom project .AVS settings file sample. Correspondingly, the source .AVE elements include specific user settings defined internally within Avid software parameters and configuration menus. As a matter of fact, the .AVE data structures enable certain user-specified options and preferences to be saved in the relevant .AVE data entries, stored on the hard disk drive and accessible by Avid toolkits directly, as it has been arranged by the developer side. The .AVE container category is utilized and used by Avid apps solely, while other toolkits and solutions cannot operate with the .AVE content in any explicit or implicit approach.

How to open an .AVE file?

πŸ“Œ The .AVE file compositions and elements can be effortlessly opened, extracted and visualized by Avid Media Composer (currently active in-development project) and Avid Xpress (at the following moment remaining in ceased maintenance status). This appropriate .AVE compound schema is supported by Avid packages solely, and cannot be processed by other categories of apps and tools. Alternatively, considering the case when the target .AVE sequence concerns the video track or clip captured by surveillance cameras, it is mostly supported and opened up by Avigilon Control Center Player, the ultimate file package entirely fit for processing the video-content recorded from the set-up cameras and stored on the stationary disk servers. The .AVE compliant player is included into a more comprehensive ACC suite, mainly eligible for tracking and structuring video file data from the shops, offline stores, banks, gas stations, and other corporate organizations and facilities for security purposes.

Programs to open .AVE file - Avigilon Native Video Export File

  • Windows

Programs to open .AVE file - Avid User File

  • Windows
  • Mac OS
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