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03 - VBOX Video Scene Selector - macOS

VBOX Video software comes with a library of built-in scene and element files.

Loading a scene from the selector

The scene selector is displayed when the Software is loaded. Click on a default, custom or new scene to load it into the software.

VBVS Mac Scene Library Selector.png


You can toggle between scenes using mph or km/h units by using the buttons at the top of the screen.

VBVS Mac Scene Library mph.png

Once you have loaded a scene, you can return to the scene selector by selecting the VBVS Mac Scene Library Back Button.png button on the top left of the screen.

Saving a scene into the selector

For new scenes that have been created, or existing scenes that have been edited, select the Save button VBVS Mac Save.png on the top menu bar or in the scene settings side bar to save the scene to the selector.

VBVS Mac Scene Library Save Scene.png

Scene files appear in the library in alphabetical order – note all custom saved scenes will always stay at the top, and default supplied scenes underneath.


Importing a scene

To import a scene into the software, select the Open new file button at the top of the scene library.

VBVS Mac Scene Library Load.png

Importing a scene loads the scene into the main view window and does not add the scene automatically into the library. To add the scene into the selector, the Save button VBVS Mac Save.png  must be selected.

Removing a scene from the selector

To remove a scene from the library, click on the red X next to the scene.

Uploading a scene to the HD2 unit

Once a scene file has been saved to the SD card or USB stick using the 'Save to SD' button:

  1. Power up the VBOX Video HD2 unit with the cameras connected and without the SD card or USB stick inserted.
  2. Ensure the .vvhsn file(s) is located within the root directory of the SD card or USB stick (not in the media or any other folder).
  3. Load the SD card or USB stick into the front panel - the OK LED will flash green fast as the scene is loaded.
  4. The HD2 will double beep when the upgrade is complete - the OK LED will change to solid green.
  5. The new scene file will now be installed within your VBOX Video HD2 unit.
  6. To preview the new scene, the easiest method is to use the Camera Preview App.


  • It is possible to load up to 8 scene files to the unit for selection with an OLED Display. If more than 1 scene file is loaded and you don't have access to a display, the first scene alphabetically will be used by the unit. More information on this is available here.
  • The scene file(s) will be removed from the memory storage when installed to the unit.

Scenes cannot be named as 'default'.


Library files

To access the files within the library, click the ‘Open library’ link at the top of the scene library.

VBVS Mac Scene Library Open Library.png

This library is stored within the Mac's documents folder:

Documents\VBOX Video

VBVS Mac Scene Library Docs.png


The file extensions for HD2 scene files is .VVHSN and for HD2 element files is .EL2.

This allows files to be easily accessed, to be sent to other HD2 users, or copied between different Macs.

Changes to the files stored in this location will be reflected within VBOX Video HD2 Setup.


Loading an element from the library

To access the element library, click on one of the element buttons within the top menu bar.

VBVS Mac Element Buttons.png

This will cause a side bar menu to appear showing all of the selected element types which are available within the library. Click on an element to load it into the software.

VBVS Mac Scene Library Gauge.png


Saving an element into the library

Configured elements can be added to the Software library, allowing them to be reused in other scenes. Either right click on the element and select 'Save' or click on the Save button VBVS Mac Save.png on the bottom right of the screen. This allows the element to be viewed within the element side bar menu.

VBVS Mac Scene Library Save Element.png VBVS Mac Scene Library Add Element.png

Removing an element from the library

To remove an element from the library, right click on the red X next to the element within element side bar menu.

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