Dash View for Tesla Cars 4+

View Sentry Mode footage

William Taylor

    • 3.9 • 11 Ratings
    • $4.99


Dash View is the best way to view both Sentry Incidents and Saved Clips on your computer. Using powerful AI, Dash View shows thumbnails of the cause of the sentry incident and jumps right to the time the event occurred. You can also export great composite videos (and time lapses).

- Easy to use UI
- AI powered thumbnails
- View all clips synchronised
- Automatically jumps to time of sentry incident (don’t waste time)
- Quickly delete events
- Export timelapses and combined videos
- See what is taking up storage on drive
- Smooth playback even at 4x speed

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What’s New

Version 1.2.2

- Added native support for Apple Silicon devices

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

OrangeCoffeeMug ,

Pretty Good

This app does a lot of the things very nicely and I like the addition of a time stamp so you can see where you are in the timeline. Exporting videos is really hard though since the export range doesn’t really match the time stamp. I wish the export range listed the seconds so you could export selected sections of clips easier.

Developer Response ,


Thanks for your feedback and review. I will make the export range select more consistent with the timestamp on the timeline in the next update.

Edit: I've improved the export range selector in the latest update.



Mostly Good, Still Some Essential Controls Missing

The 4-up playback is the major feature and works well. Still, there are simple controls that we expect in all MacOS applications that are missing here. Wanna switch from 1x playback to 0.5x playback? You hafta click through 2x, 3x, 4x, 8x, 16x, then once more to 0.5x. A better control is necessary. How about key press shortcuts for these speeds (as in other video players? How about key press shortcuts for jump-back-10-seconds, jump-forward, and pause/play? How about a wider control for the playhead so that scubbing the video is easier and more precise? In short, look at the best desktop video players that allow convenient and useful control of playback, and copy those features. Also, when opening a clip, the resulting window always opens in the same place at the same size. If a user adjusts that size, how about having the next clip open with the same position and dimensions instead of making the user reposition the window with each clip? Also, I haven't figured out yet how to delete lots of clips all at once. There doesn't seem to be a way to select multiple clips so that a single delete command will do the trick.

stw8ca ,

Best so far, please keep updating!

I’ve tried this app and another competitor. I’m using an current iPad Pro which simplifies the in vegan leather seat viewing process with native USB-C connection and no extra power requirements. This app works with native Apple Files applications a huge plus. Playback is very smooth. Automatically jumps to a Sentry event so you don’t need to scrub to locate what is ”hopefully” nothing serious. Super simple export to iCloud, Dropbox, OneDrive and AirDrop (yes, I use and tested all of them). These are often large video files so having an easy way to transfer to another device, computer or shared storage is really important if a real event needs to be shared with family, friends, and hopefully “not” the local authorities.

Exporting my first video via AirDrop to an iMac 27” was pure joy, and very simple. Watching an event quickly in the car to feel better about a Sentry event removes anxiety that your car was tampered with in busy locations. Park as far away as you want from the store, but someone always pops-up you feel me, right?

I do have one improvement suggestion, please add time stamp to exported video as an optional switch. Not all videos need a stamp.

My first ever review, but well worth my time for what I hope is continuous updates. Nice work so far!


Developer Response ,


Thanks for leaving the review! I do plan on continuing to update the app so please let me know if you have any feature suggestions.


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