How to save a clip from a recent drive

Creating a Clip in 720p quality

  • To save a moment from your drive, open the Nexar app and select a recent drive
  • Tap on the “Create Clip” button.
  • Use the start and end markers on the timeline slide bar to select a section of the drive (up to 2 minutes)
  • Tap “Save”. 
  • The clip will appear in your clips list and will upload to the cloud, you can also instantly share the clip.

 

Creating a Clip in full HD quality

In order to save storage space on your phone, the footage synced to your Nexar app is automatically saved in 720p resolution, while the last 4.5 hours are saved on the SD card located inside the camera in full HD. You can sync full HD footage to the Nexar app manually, here’s how:

  • Make sure you’re near the camera, that it’s powered on, and that WiFi is enabled on your smartphone (so that your phone is paired)
  • Open the Nexar app and select a recent drive you’d like to save a full HD clip from
  • Tap on the “Create Clip” button. 
  • Use the start and end markers on the timeline slide bar to select a section of the drive (up to 2 minutes)
  • Once you’ve selected a section, tap the "Save" button. The clip will appear in full HD in your clips list and will upload to the cloud, this clip will have audio. You can also instantly share the clip.

Please note that if you are having issues creating a clip in full HD mode, the drive might have already been overwritten in your SD card. The SD card holds around 4.5 hours of footage and if you have already driven more than that you will not be able to create a clip.

 

Creating a clip while your driving:

To manually create a clip while the drive’s recording is still in progress, simply tap the screen (while you see the road ahead of you on the screen) - this will create a 40-second clip (covering 20 seconds before tapping the screen and 20 seconds after tapping the screen). Please note that the app has to be in front of you in order to create the clip.

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