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How do I access my Ring recordings?

Accessing your Ring recordings is easy:

1. Log into your Ring account either from a computer or the Ring mobile app.

2. Once you have signed in, select the Ring device from which you want to view recordings.

3. A timeline of motion events will appear on the screen. Select the event for which you would like to see a video.

4. Next, you will see a video with a suggestion on what caused the motion to be detected. You will have the option to either play the video or save it to your device.

5. If you would like to access additional recordings, you can select the gear icon in the top right corner of the page and choose the length of time you want the recording to last.

6. Select the recording you would like to view and play the video as desired.

7. Finally, you can save the video to your device by selecting the save icon in the bottom right corner of the video.

Voila! You can now access your Ring recordings quickly and easily.

Where are my Ring videos stored?

Ring videos are stored in the Ring cloud with an encrypted connection. This ensures your video footage is stored securely with unlimited streaming and sharing. All Ring devices come with a free trial of Ring Protect, which allows you to store, review, share and save all your videos for up to 60 days.

With Ring Protect, you can review and save videos to a mobile device or desktop computer. You can also share your videos with friends and family via text or email. All Ring devices also come with a lifetime theft protection, so if your Ring device ever gets stolen, we’ll replace it for free.

How do I retrieve old Ring videos?

In order to retrieve old Ring videos, you will need to access your Ring app and log into your account. Once you are logged in, select the device you are looking for the videos from and navigate to the History tab.

You can view all of your recent recordings here. If you need to find an older recording, you can select the date range in the top right corner and change it to a longer period of time. You can also search by keyword if you remember a certain phrase or detail that was said or shown.

Once you have found your desired video, you can view, share, or save the video, depending on what you need it for.

Are Ring videos stored in the cloud?

Yes, Ring videos are stored in the cloud. With their subscription plans, which start at just $3 per month, Ring users get access to their Cloud Video Recording (CVR) service. CVR allows users to store and review their footage for up to 60 days or up to 1,000 videos, making video storage and footage access easy and reliable.

It also gives users the ability to share videos with friends and family and even download videos to their device. The footage is encrypted with AES-128 technology, the same encryption banking institutions use, to guarantee your videos will remain safe and secure.

Does Ring store video locally?

No, Ring does not store video locally. The video recorded from your Ring device is stored on the Ring Cloud. You can access the cloud by signing into your Ring account. The Ring Cloud stores your videos in an encrypted database for up to 60 days for free.

You can also upgrade your services for more storage or download your videos for permanent storage on your own computer, phone, or other device. Ring also offers premium subscription plans with unlimited storage for an extra fee.

Why can’t i see my old Ring videos?

Unfortunately, Ring only stores videos in the cloud for a certain amount of time depending on the plan you have chosen. The amount of time can range from 60 days to a lifetime, depending on the plan you select.

After the time period has expired, your videos will no longer be accessible. However, you can download your older videos and save them on a local device before they expire, as well as upgrade to a longer cloud storage plan if needed.

Also, depending on the model of Ring device you have, you might be able to save your videos on a local device like an SD card or USB drive. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Ring Support Team for assistance.

Can you get Ring footage last 60 days?

Yes, you can get Ring footage from the past 60 days. Specifically, you can access recorded events from up to 60 days after they occurred. This feature is enabled by default and, when enabled, allows you to view, download, and share any event that happened in the past 60 days.

You can also access any Ring footage for emergency response and law enforcement requests within the past 60 days. Rings added to your account more than 60 days ago will not be accessible, but all other footage from the past 60 days will be retained.

Can you view old Ring videos without subscription?

Yes, you can view old Ring videos without a subscription. However, depending on the amount of cloud storage you have available, you may only be able to access them for a limited time. Without a subscription, you can only access videos that have been stored locally on a device.

With a Ring Protect subscription, you can store videos in the cloud, which grants you unlimited access to your old videos, as well as the ability to share and review those videos with friends and family.

Additionally, with a Protect subscription, you will also receive notifications if motion is detected, secure video recording, and many more features. As such, a subscription is the best way to access and save old Ring videos for later review.

How do I download all videos from a Ring?

In order to download all videos from a Ring, there are a couple of steps you’ll need to follow:

1) First, open the Ring app on your phone or tablet.

2) Select “Ring Devices” which is at the bottom of the screen.

3) Select the device you want to download videos from.

4) On the device’s main page, scroll to and select “Shared Users.”

5) Tap the “Download Videos” icon located in the upper right corner.

6) On the Video Export page, you will be able to select either “All Cam Videos” or “Select Cam Videos” – depending on which videos you want to download.

7) Once you’ve selected the type of video(s) you want to download, select “Export Videos” at the bottom of the page.

8) The Ring app will begin to download all of the videos you selected to your device.

9) Finally, you can access your downloaded videos in the “Camera Roll” of your device’s photo library.

You’re now ready to share or store all of your Ring videos with ease.

Where is ring doorbell data stored?

Ring doorbell data is stored securely in the cloud using Amazon Web Services (AWS). All data is encrypted with AES 128-bit encryption, and all user data is stored separately from device data. Additionally, your data is backed up automatically in multiple data centers in different geographic locations.

You can selectively turn on or off which data is stored in the cloud, or you can delete the data manually at any time. Because the Ring doorbell stores data in the cloud, you can access it from virtually anywhere.

How can I see recorded footage on a Ring?

To view recorded footage on your Ring device, you’ll first need to make sure that the device is properly connected to your home Wi-Fi network. Once your device is connected and powered on, use the Ring app on your mobile device to access the Live View function associated with the device.

Through the app, you can choose to view a live video feed, access previous recordings, and adjust settings like motion detection sensitivity. In order to view previous recordings, you’ll need to have an active Ring Protect plan associated with the device.

If you don’t have one, you can start a free trial with the app. With a Ring Protect plan, you’ll have access to up to 60 days of video recording history. Finally, to make sure that your device is always recording and sending you updates, make sure to keep the device powered on and fully charged.

Can you look back at Ring doorbell footage?

Yes, you can look back at Ring doorbell footage as long as you have a Ring Video Doorbell 2 or Ring Video Doorbell Pro device. When your device is set up correctly, you can access 30 or 60 days’ worth of recorded motion events, depending on your subscription plan.

You can access this footage in the Ring App. To view past recordings, open up the Ring app and navigate to the History tab. Tap on any motion event to watch the recording. Spy mode allows you to see that motion events are happening in real time — as they happen — while Live View mode allows you to answer the door from your phone, even when you’re miles away.

With the Ring App, you can also access your recordings, save them to your phone, or share them with neighbors, friends, and even law enforcement.

Does Ring camera keep footage?

Yes, Ring cameras keep footage. Depending on the model, footage will either be stored locally on the device itself, or in the cloud. With most current models, which feature local storage as well as cloud storage, video recordings can be accessed online through the Ring app.

Rather than just a continuous recording, Ring cameras record motion-activated events, based on the motion settings configured within the app. This means that the device only records and saves footage when motion is detected, helping to conserve space on the device or cloud storage.

The Ring app allows users to review and manage their stored footage, either by downloading it to an external device or deleting it from the device. Video clips stored in the cloud have a lifespan of 60 days, after which time they will be automatically deleted.

Video clips stored locally on the device are stored until the SD card is full, at which point any new recordings will begin deleting the oldest footage.

Does Ring save recordings?

Yes, Ring saves recordings. All Ring devices come with the built-in ability to record video on motion and/or sound. Recordings can be securely stored in the Ring app, or optionally saved to your device storage.

Depending on your subscription plan, recordings may also be saved to Ring’s cloud storage as well.

Recordings are stored as clips, which are sections of video of a certain length. Clips are usually 10 seconds to 1 minute long. Depending on the specific device, they may get automatically deleted after a certain period of time or the user may be able to manually delete them from the app.

The ability to store recordings may vary, so you will need to confirm the specific details for your device. For example, some cameras or doorbells may only record sound or have a shorter or longer recording duration.

It is important to check the product specifications and visit the Ring website for the most up-to-date information.

Do Ring cameras show when they are recording?

Yes, Ring cameras typically show when they are recording. Depending on the type of camera you have, you may notice a slight red, blue, or green light when the camera is recording. more recent Ring models also feature a blinking light that is visible when the camera is recording.

Aside from the lights, there may also be an audio alert on some models to indicate recording is taking place. Furthermore, if you have the Ring app installed on your smartphone, you should be able to view a log of when the camera is triggered and recording.