Export settings

To access CaseGuard Studio’s Export Settings, select “Tools” from the top of CaseGuard then click “Settings.” The CaseGuard Studio Settings popup contains 14 tabs, one of which is the “Export” tab.

When exporting files in CaseGuard Studio, you have access to a range of settings that can be customized to suit your specific needs or those of your agency. These settings allow you to tailor the export process, ensuring that the final output aligns with your requirements in terms of format, quality, security, and other parameters.

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Export files with the same file type as the original file

You can choose to export your files with the same file type as your original file to keep your redaction or enhancement project more organized.

Copy metadata from the original file to the redacted file

CaseGuard Studio gives users the option to copy the metadata from their original files to any files they redact or enhance using the system.

Enable exporting files to multiple formats

Users can choose to export their redacted or enhanced files in a variety of different file formats. However, this feature will not be compatible with all video and audio file formats.

Deinterlace all videos automatically

Check this option within the software when the videos you are looking to work on are interlaced.

Redacted/Enhanced file name default suffix:

Within this field, users can change the default suffix for any redacted or enhanced files they export via the software

Hardware Acceleration

Within this drop-down menu, you can choose to run the software using either the graphics card on your machine or the Central Processing Unit (CPU) on your machine. It’s recommended to utilize your graphics card for running the software, as this typically results in faster and more efficient performance. However, if for any reason you prefer or need to, you can still operate CaseGuard Studio in software-only mode using the CPU, though you should be aware that this may lead to slower and less responsive results. This flexibility allows you to adapt the software’s operation to the hardware capabilities of your machine.

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