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Software supposedly allows you to disable the LED However, I could not get mine to turn off! So I covered it with black tape.
Jun 23, 2014 by Raftman
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In order to use a 64 GB Micro SD card, you have to format it to FAT32. Foscam has a link to third party software that accomplished the formatting in seconds. Micro SD cards less than 32 GB usually are already formatted to FAT32 but you'll want the biggest card for best recording results.
Jul 17, 2014 by Mike T.
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The way it looks in this picture is the correct orientation if I understand your question correctly.
Oct 25, 2014 by Doug from Tampa
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accoriding microSD in Macbook
Aug 24, 2014 by LeeSeoungHoon
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The video is stored on locally on the Micro SD Card. The camera must be connected to a computer to retrieve the recordings. The camera does NOT connect to the network.
Jun 16, 2014 by Foscam US Support
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4" x 1 5/8" x 3/4"
Jun 23, 2014 by D. Smith
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yes you can but you cannot record with the DVR while plugged into a computer. when plugged into a wall outlet you can charge and record at the same time.
Oct 15, 2014 by Vince
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Avoid this item. Mine does not record audio. When I called the teck support for help, they told me that two different versions were shipped to Amazon consumers, one that works and one that requires an upgrade, in order to record video. It was very nice of them to tell so........... after they already got my payment. It's also not compatible with Android tablets and can only be programed with "Windows".
Dec 24, 2014 by Humberto
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Ok, someone will probably give a better answer than me, but, assuming I understand the question: Camera can be set for either circular recording or not. Circular means it will record until the memory card is full, then start overwriting the files from the beginning. If Circular is "off", it will just fill up the memory card and stop. HOWEVER, it doesn't just record "one big file". It records 10, 15, or 20 minute files (user selectable), one after another. So, say you have it running continuous, 15 minute file size. It will record a 15 minute file, then immediately record another 15 minute file, and so on. Depending on resolution and memory card size, you will end up with dozens (or potentially hundreds) of sequential 10 to 20 minute long video files. Actually really handy, just find the one that has the information you want on it, rename it and save it. Easy peasy. It will keep recording files until the memory card is full (up to 64 hours continuous on a 64 gig card, depending on resolution, etc), then it will start recording over the oldest files. Does that make sense? It is a cool little videocam, and it can be configured pretty extensively. Hope that helps.
Dec 4, 2014 by LarryH
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Well SD cards have different classes which effect video. Make sure your card is a class 6 or better. You will see that number on the card. The higher the number better for video. I use a class 10. If you card is OK then yes go to your settings in the software and check frame rates and anything else. The quility should be smooth, I think the highest setting is 30 frames per second. I can set this camera out and get around 8 hours out of battery and still has space on a 32 GB card. If the video is choppy make sure frame rates are set to highest. Hope this helps.
Sep 28, 2014 by Steve F.
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