If you are new to our BlackVue Cloud, this will be the right post for you.
If you have –or if you are interesting in purchasing– a Wi-Fi-enabled BlackVue dashcam, you might be wondering how to unlock the dashcam’s full potential. From upgrading your firmware to changing your settings, managing your video files and more, as usual, we got you covered!
Recent news reported that a Managing Director of a law firm was fined $2,500 for scratching a man's car with his key at a condominium's basement car park.
It is a good habit to check on your car before driving off but all our current dashcam models has the feature of informing the users about possible impacted event while you are away or so called "parking mode". This does not necessary to be just the push notifications to be sent from our Cloud service.
Following shortly after Event File Auto-upload, BlackVue Fleet Tracking receives a new exclusive feature: Driving Reports.
With the sleek design of current BlackVue dashcams, there's only one button on the right side of the unit.
If you contact us for assistance, we will normally request for the information for the model and serial number of your BlackVue dashcam. If you have misplaced the packaging box and warranty card, you need to get the information from the label on the dash cam's body which is hidden inside the mount holder.
Intuitive BlackVue Viewer software comes with a lot of other features beside to perform video playback and to change settings for your BlackVue dashcams.
If you have any BlackVue dashcam that comes without the built-in WiFi, you must have the BlackVue Viewer Software installed to your PC as to perform any changes to the settings and etc. Searching and playing back the recorded video is much easier using our Viewer Software. Maintenance of the memory card can be performed easily using the Format feature of the Viewer Software.