To verify the chain of custody of a saved video complete the following steps from the console.
Step 1: Navigate to the Saved Video tab on the left side of the console
Step 2: Find the saved clip and download it
Step 3: Click on the thumbnail (first picture below) of the clip to open the clip information pane (second picture below) and copy the command next to "Validate" (linked below)
Step 4: Open the terminal on your computer (If on PC open powershell) and navigate to your Downloads folder or wherever you downloaded the clip
% cd ./path/to/file
% shasum -a 256 Eric\ Test.mp4 (Mac)
> Get-FileHash './Eric Test.mp4' (PC)
% 844a68d28664b77ddbda092d03d0949f5d6273c29cb2cbf98921f748c4fee712 Eric Test.mp4
> Algorithm Hash Path
--------- ---- ----
SHA256 844A68D28664B77DDBDA092D03D0949F5D6273C29CB2CBF98921F748C4FEE712 /Users/Downloads/Eric Test.mp4
Step 6: Copy the checksum from the output and replace the below "Sting1" with it. Then, in the clip information pane copy the checksum next to "Checksum" and replace the below "String2" with it.
% [[ "string1" == "string2" ]] && echo "True" || echo "False"
% "String1" -eq "String2"
Step 7: Verify the output of Step 6. If "True" is output then the checksums are the same. If "False" is the output then the checksums are not the same.
% shasum -a 256 ./path/to/file (Mac)
> Get-FileHash ./path/to/file (PC)