How To Save And View Tesla Dashcam Footage ?

Your Tesla Dashcam footage can be viewed from its touchscreen, Tesla mobile app, or your computer’s web browser. The Tesla Dashcam feature lets you capture and store video footage from your car’s front, rear, and side cameras for as long as you like.

In the event of an accident, you can use this footage to review your driving, share it with your family and friends, or even as evidence. Here are the steps you need to follow to save and view Tesla Dashcam footage.

As part of the Autopilot feature, Sentry mode security system, and dashcam feature, Tesla designed these cameras to work together. The Model 3’s 15-inch touchscreen display can now access recorded footage with the latest software update (version 10.2, 2020.12.5).

How To Save And View Tesla Dashcam Footage?

Save footage In tesla car:

Here are a few steps that will help you save footage within a few steps. Follow and try to do the same in your car:

Step 1: When Sentry Mode is enabled, all the sound around you will be recorded, even if you are not actively recording.

Step 2:When you tap the “Dashcam” camera icon on the home screen with the red dot, you will be asked to save the last 10 minutes of recorded footage to the drive. This is saved to the “SavedClips” folder on the drive.

Step 3:The drive stores one hour’s driving footage in its RecentClips folder. This footage overwrites itself to maintain only one hour of the most recent footage.

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A video clip is automatically saved to your SavedClips folder on the drive when you set Sentry Mode.

View footage:

If you have saved footage, then you can easily view footage following these steps:

Step 1:To view recorded clips, touch the dashcam icon (which looks like a small camera) in the top right of the screen while the car is in the park.

Step 2:Using the icon, you can save footage or launch the viewer. If the car is in drive, touching the icon will save clips just before and after the accident.

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Owners can use the center console’s USB port to plug in their USB drive, which stores the clips.

To view the USB drive, the car had to be removed.

Tesla owners have requested the next improvement: the ability to view footage remotely via the Tesla app.


We hope this article has helped you set up, configure, and view Tesla Dashcam footage. Please let us know in the comments below if you have any questions or comments.

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