How much does an Ikena Spotlight license cost?
Licenses are perpetual meaning once you purchase them, you own them forever. One year of support and product updates is included with each license. If you wish to stay current with the software, you must renew your support after the first year. Detailed pricing can be found here
Will Ikena Spotlight work with my body cameras?
We’ve tested video files from nearly every major body camera manufacturer including Taser, Panasonic, WatchGuard, Reveal, COBAN, Digital Ally and more. Our software is meant to be camera-agnostic and work with video from nearly any source including, but not limited to, security cameras, dash cams and mobile phones.
What are the system requirements for this software?
For a list of specific system requirements, please visit this page
. Basically, you’ll need a modern Windows-based desktop or laptop with a good graphics card.
Are the video redactions reversible?
To prevent a redaction from being reversed, we recommend using our solid color option to redact faces and objects. This method permanently changes the pixel values in the chosen area.
Is support included with a license?
Yes, each license includes one year of support and product updates. Additional years of support can be purchased upfront at a reduced price. Keeping your support current means you’ll have access to all of the latest upgrades and featurs, as well as phone and email support from our team.
Is your solution fully automated?
While we do have automated tracking technology to make redaction much faster, we don’t claim to be fully automated. We’ve seen claims from competitors that no human interaction is needed with their software, but this simply isn’t true. There are dangerous and costly repercussions if someone’s privacy isn’t protected properly. Read more here
Do you offer demos?
Online demos are scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, excluding holidays. Please sign up for a demo by filling out our online form here
Are the audio redactions reversible?
No. “Mute” completely removes the audio in the given section. “Beep” completely overwrites the audio through the beep signal in the given section. “Resample” distorts frequencies of the audio which changes the pitch randomly, not with a predefined value, so the audio cannot be reversed to its original state.