King GPS dashcam

#1
Hi All
I've been trying to work out how I download where I've been. all the vid's tells you can but not how too.
can anyone enlighten me on how I go about it please. do I need software?
(I have the Kings dashcam from supacentre)
thanks in advance. Ken
 
#3
G’day Ken and welcome to Earth:)
Not sure about the Kings dash cam but I’m sure there pretty much all the same.
I have found the easiest way to access your videos is to remove the sd card and insert into laptop “you will require a card reader “
Then open the folder mine reads as f drive.
You will probably have a file called DCIM,
Open and select Movies, from here you should see all your videos.
I have found that mine play best through VLC Media Player.:)
Hope you get it sorted.
 

Ditch

Well-Known Member
#4
I've been trying to work out how I download where I've been. all the vid's tells you can but not how too.
can anyone enlighten me on how I go about it please. do I need software?
G`day Ken,
I was given one of those dashcams for christmas last year. Take the SD card out & insert in computer. On the card will be 5 folders.

DCIM - Videos - Media Player Classic - https://mpc-hc.org/ works well for viewing videos.
GPS - Recorded GPS tracks These are recorded in CSV (Comma Separated Verse) & will need to be converted to GPX or KML (Google Maps) to view. An online converter can be found here - http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/convert_input . Each track will be the same length as the corresponding video.
IMAG - Still images
PARK - Video from the parking sensor
PLAYER - Software to view what you have recorded. Will ask you to install Quicktime 7. Supposed to show the video alongside the the GPS track in google maps but I tried mine this morning & the map section would not work.

Would be interested to see how your recorded GPS tracks go. Mine & a mates are rubbish, start out ok then jump all over the place.
 
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