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Is there a way to fast-forward previously digitally-recorded video based on motion-activation?

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That is, the video was recorded in a continuous 30 day loop 24/7.  I'm looking for a way (after-the-fact) to review that recording so that I am only seeing video that has motion recorded.  I know there are cameras that record this way but I am looking for a way to review video that wasn't recorded with motion-activated technology.
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