1.Q: How to record an emergency video?
You can record an emergency video in the following ways:
- Click the corresponding function button under the main screen of the Rearview Mirror Dash Cam to manually record an emergency video.
- If a car collision occurs, the Rearview Mirror Dash Cam will automatically record an emergency video.
You cannot exit this mode while recording an emergency video. After the emergency video recording is completed, the Rearview Mirror Dash Cam will automatically switch to normal video recording.
You can set the sensitivity of the sensor that triggers emergency video recording in – “Collision Sensitivity”. The higher the sensitivity is, the easier it is to trigger emergency video recording. If the collision sensitivity is set to “Off”, the Rearview Mirror Dash Cam will not automatically record an emergency video in the event of a collision.
2.Q: How to view an emergency video?
Emergency videos are stored in – “Emergency Video” directory.
Due to the complexity of road conditions during driving, the device does not guarantee that the video recorded can be stored in the Emergency Video directory every time an emergency occurs. If you can’t find the video in the Emergency Video directory, please check the “Normal Video” directory.
3.Q: What is the length of an emergency video?
An emergency video is a normal video that is being recorded plus another 30s video. Therefore, its minimum length may be 31 seconds, and its maximum length may be 1 minute and 30 seconds.