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Video Recording; Loop Recording; Secure Record; G-Sensor Data Protection - Philips CVR700 User Manual

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4 Video Recording

When the driving recording is turned on, video
recording starts automatically. Press
or restart recording.
Video recording screen:
a
FHD
30P
f
e
d
a Movie resolution
b GPS information
c The remaining recording time
d Exposure value
e White balance
f Scene

Loop recording

Caution
The driving recorder will continue running for a while
after the engine is shut down to protect last recorded
file.
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.
8
EN
to stop
OK
b
c
When the driving recorder is powered on,
video recording starts automatically. When the
recording starts,
blinks.
The driving recorder can record video files in
a specified time frame (You can set the record
time in [Movie Mode] - [Movie Clip Time]).
The number of files is dependant on the size of
the memory card. The first recorded video will
be overwritten when the micro SD card is full.
Note
When recording videos, you can turn the sound record
on or off in [Movie Mode] - [Sound Record].

Secure Record

During video recording, press
present file and the previous file from being
overwritten.

G-sensor data protection

When the G-sensor is triggered, the driving
recorder will protect the present video file and
the previous file automatically to ensure they
won't be overwritten by loop recording (for
CVR700 only).
You can set the [Protect Level] in [General
Settings].

GPS logger

The driving recorder receives a GPS signal and
records the date, time and driving path.
to protect the

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