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Video Recording; Loop Recording; Secure Record - Philips CVR500 User Manual

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4 Video Recording

When the driving recording is turned on, video
recording starts automatically.
Video recording screen:
a
b
a Secure Record
b Playback mode:view emergency record,
view last record, view photos
c System settings
d Turn off the LCD screen
e Switch between video recording mode
and photo capture mode
f Recorded emergency video numbers/
total emergency video numbers

Loop recording

When the driving recorder is powered on or
you enter the video recording mode, video
recording starts automatically. When the
recording starts,
blinks and recording time is
displayed on screen.
The driving recorder can record video files in
a specified time frame (You can set the record
time by tapping [Settings] -[Record Time]). The
number of files is dependant on the size of the
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f
c
d
memory card. The first recorded video will be
overwritten when the micro SD card is full.
Note
The driving recorder will continue running for a while
after the engine is shut down to protect last recorded
file.
When recording videos, you can turn the sound record
on or off in [Settings] - [Voice Recorder].
For safety reasons the built-in battery will stop charging
if the device remains at a high-temperature for period
of time. If the built-in battery runs out of power you
will need to reset the date and time.

Secure record

e
When there is an important file to be recorded,
tap
to enter secure recording mode to
prevent file from being overwritten.
» The present file and the previous file
are recorded to the secure recording
file.
» When saving the file, on the screen will
become .
Note
You can save a maximum of five groups (ten files) in
the secure recording files.

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