*REQUIRES A TESLA VEHICLE WITH AUTOPILOT HW2.5+ AND AUTOPILOT + SENTRY MODE FEATURES ENABLED*
Watch four camera views simultaneously to quickly find clip you're looking for. Whether it's clips recorded while driving on Autopilot or clips triggered from Sentry Mode, Dashcam Viewer lets you scrub through all of your clips with a single timeline swipe from your mouse or from a Touch Bar-enabled MacBook Pro. You can also export your current clips into a single file for sharing on various social media platforms. Simply plug in your USB drive from your car, drag and drop TeslaCam folder into the app, and start scrubbing!
- Watch videos recorded from your Tesla vehicle (Model 3, Model S, and Model X)
- View four cameras simultaneously in sync
- Click on the finder icon on the camera view to quickly jump into Finder with the exact location of the file
- Export all three clips into a single watchable video file
- Tesla vehicles with AP2.5 and AP3 HW are supported
- USB flash drives with high read speeds or copy TeslaCam folder to your flash storage for optimal playback
(Dashcam Viewer is not affiliated with Tesla Inc. Autopilot, Sentry Mode, Model 3, Model S, Model X, and all other Tesla product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of Tesla Inc. All other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies)
Fixed a crash in Mojave
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Great for a first version
Opened for me with no problems. Video plays well, and it’s great to see the three views simultaneously. Also great to see it move seamlessly from one file to the next, as if it’s a continuous video.
The only bug I’ve found is that fairly often the “clip timeline” stops advancing for a while, even though the clip is playing.
There’s no help or manual. One feature that it doesn’t yet have—or just isn’t well documented enough for me to find—is the ability to save a range of minutes to a single file. As far as I can tell, right now it saves the three views to a single file, but only one minute at a time.
Another feature that would be great to add would be a fast-forward to move rapidly through a clip.
But overall, a great start!
Developer Response ,
1x-5x playing speeds now added in version 2.0.0
This is an amazing update. I had uninstalled the previous version as the functionality and feature support was subpar compared to some other non-app options I found. I'm glad I gave it another chance because the update has addressed every issue I had with the previous version. It's really easy and efficient now to navigate the relevant folders and scrub through the video from all the cameras.
Thank you so much for updating TeslaCam Browser. It'll save me many frustrating hours scrubbing through the 512GB of stored video on my SSD drive to find the relevant clips. There is one enhancement I would love to see--a dark mode if you have time!
Ok I think get what you mean now
Yours compiles all of them together so I can scrub through where I have to select each event with that free browser app. Just the folder structure on the left doesn't work unless I upgrade to Mojave? So the only issue with the High Sierra is there is no list under the folders?
That changes things bit and makes it certainly worth keeping, rating upgraded, But one thing I noticed is the rear camera view is frozen? I double checked same footage with that Browser app viewer and its fine there. Thank for the support.
Developer Response ,
Please use the help menu for tech support. Giving support through app reviews is very slow since there's a huge delay of when your review is updated and when I get notified of the update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.