ITpipes Mobile - Import an Existing Video

ITpipes Mobile - Import an Existing Video

How do I import an existing video and create inspections with an observation?

The instructions below will show you how to do this using ITpipes Mobile. An inspection will need to exist when importing a video.
To create an inspection:
  1. Select to start a new inspection.
  2. Select .to go back to the asset screen.

Import Video


ITpipes Mobile has the ability to import a video, such as a push camera video, if there is no video attached to the inspection. To import a video:

  1. Select .

  2. Browse to the media location and select the video.

Selectto import the video.

Video Controls

Use the video time slider to adjust the position in the video.


- Jumps to the beginning of the video.

- Skips back 5 seconds.

- Pauses the current video.

- Plays the current video.

- Skips forward 5 seconds.

- Jumps to the end of the video.

- Displays a larger view of the current video.

Snapshot Control

To change the image for the shown snapshot select the observation from the observation details. 

Select to view a list of the snapshots for the selected inspection.

Observation Entry

While recording a video or editing an inspection. Observation Entry becomes available. Observation Entry allows the ability to enter observations while recording or reviewing. It contains HotButtons and HotButton Groups. For more information on HotButtons proceed here.

Adding an Observation

  1. To achieve desired codes, select Group, Descriptor, and Modifier options from the individual drop downs.

  2. Input the distance of the observation in the distance field.

  3. Input Value 1st dimension, Value 2nd dimension, Value Percent, Joint, and Continuous. Note: These options are per code and will change with each code. Required fields are marked with a red.

  4. Either select the From clock position and/or To clock position from the drop downs or on the clock image.

    1. Left click provides the From clock position.

    2. Right click provides the To clock position.

  5. Input remarks if desired.

  6. Once completed select to save the observation. Note: The snapshot that will be taken, will be from the video’s current location.

Modify an Observation

  1. To modify an observation, select the observation and select .

  2. Make desired modifications.

  3. Once completed, select  to save the modification. 

Closing Continuous Defect

  1. To close a continuous defect. Select the observation that contains the continuous defect to be closed.

  2. Select.

  3. Input the required fields.

Select to enter the observation.


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