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Appendix

About the driving support functions
The driving support functions are intended
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to support the driver's driving, not to prevent
accidents. In addition, the system does not warn
against all dangers.
When driving, respect traffic rules, pay attention to
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the distance between yourself and the vehicle in
front, the surroundings and the driving environment,
brake as necessary, and in general make an effort
to drive safely. Furthermore, we do not guarantee
perfect operation, even when the camera is used
properly as described in this manual. Please note
that Kenwood will accept no responsibility for any
damages incurred thereby.
The lane departure warning is not linked to the turn
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signals, so because of the camera's specifications,
the warning will be sounded when changing
lanes as well.
The driving support functions may not work properly
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in the cases below.
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In places where the positioning satellite
signals cannot be received properly, such as
in tunnels, amid tall buildings, etc.
When the lane lines cannot be identified
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properly due to poor pavement conditions,
reflections due to rainwater, etc.
When the vehicle in front cannot be identified
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as a vehicle due to its shape, color, the light
conditions, etc.
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Changes due to climatic conditions (rain, snow,
thick fog, etc.), time period (morning, evening,
night, etc.), backlighting, traffic conditions
(traffic jams, pedestrians), etc.
If objects are placed on the dashboard, they may
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reflect in the windshield and cause the camera
to not operate properly. Do not place objects on
the dashboard.
About the monitor screen
Do not subject the screen section to strong shocks.
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Doing so could damage it.
Do not let direct sunlight shine on the screen. Leaving
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the screen with direct sunlight shining on it for long
periods of time will increase the temperature and
could damage the screen.
Extremely high or low temperatures could cause
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the display to operate slowly or darken, or result
in residual images. This is due to the properties
of liquid crystal displays and is not a malfunction.
Normal operation will return once the temperature
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in the car returns to normal.
There may be small dots on the screen. This is a
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phenomenon typical of liquid crystal displays and
is not a malfunction.
Due to the properties of liquid crystal displays, the
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display may be hard to see depending on the angle
at which it is viewed, but this is not a malfunction.
About positioning satellite (GPS)
reception
When the camera's power is turned on, satellite
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positioning starts. Depending on the satellite
positioning conditions, it could take about 5 minutes
for positioning to be completed.
Satellite signals cannot pass through solid objects
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(other than glass). Positioning is not possible in
tunnels or between buildings. Signal reception may
be influenced by such conditions as poor weather
or a concentration of obstacles overhead (for
example trees, tunnels, bridges, high-rise buildings,
etc.). The speed, position information, etc., will not
be displayed properly if satellite signals cannot be
properly received.
The positioning data is for reference purposes only.
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Important Notices
RegardingTrademarks and Software
Microsoft, and Windows are registered trademark
or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
US and other countries.
Macintosh, Mac are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Intel and Intel Core are trademarks of Intel
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or
other countries.
microSDXC logo is a trademark of SD-3C LLC.
©2017 Google LLC All rights reserved. Google
Maps™ and Google Earth™ are
registered trademarks of Google LLC.
This product is licensed only for the following
applications based on the AVC Patent
Portfolio License.
1) Consumers recording video (hereinafter
referred to as AVC Video) compliant with
the MPEG-4 AVC standard for personal use
and non-profit purposes.
2) Playing AVC Video (video consumers
recorded for personal use and non-profit
purposes or video recorded by a provider
that has obtained a license from MPEG LA)
For details, refer to the MPEG LA, LLC website.
http://www.mpegla.com/.

Folder/file structure

Files recorded on the SD card are saved in
separate folders for the different items. The files
are automatically given names corresponding to
the date and time at which they were recorded.
Do not change or delete files on the SD card
using a computer, etc. Doing so may make it
impossible to properly play the files on the
camera or using computer applications.
SD card recorded in slot 1
Root folder (JVCKENWOOD)
Folder
File
EVENT
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
(event recording)
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
MANUAL
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
(manual recording)
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
NORMAL
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
(continuous recording)
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
PARKING
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
(parked recording)
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
PICTURE
YYMMDDhhmmss.JPG
(still image recording)
YYMMDDhhmmss.JPG
SYSTEM
(position information)
About le names
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV or .JPG
Year
Month
Day Hours Min. Sec.
SD card recorded in slot 2
(Extend storage capacity for normal recording data. )
Root folder (JVCKENWOOD)
Folder
File
NORMAL
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
(normal recording)
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV
SYSTEM
(position information)
About file name
YYMMDDhhmmss.MOV or .JPG
Year
Month
Day Hours Min. Sec.
KENWOOD DRIVE REVIEWER
operating environment
Windows version
Windows 7 Service Pack 1
(32-bit/64-bit)
Windows 8.1/8.1Pro
Supported
(32-bit/64-bit)
OSs
Windows 10
(32-bit/64-bit)
Not included Windows 10
mobile
CPU
Intel Core i3 2 GHz or greater
Memory
2 GB or greater
Display
1280×800 or greater
PCM sound playback func-
Sound
tion usable on Windows
An internet connection envi-
Others
ronment is required.
Mac OS X version
Supported
Apple Mac OS X 10.11
OSs
(El Capitan) or greater
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