The hardware is simply not there to do it. The Intel automotive platform in the car doesn't have the ability to encode video from the dashcam and run everything else.alohart wrote:For i3's with front-facing cameras and disc drives, some clever person needs to hack the system so that X hours of front camera video could be stored on the disc drive for later retrieval, if desired.
My real problem is that like most dashcams there is no parking mode. And therefore no motion activated recording.fixedgear wrote:I personally like those features. I'm not sure about your model camera but you may be able to turn off parking mode so it won't record when the car isn't moving.