- CURRENT NEWS
- iOS v13. If you have updated your Apple Device to iOS v13 please ensure you have the latest Innovv App and Firware version below
- Recent Samsung Mobile Software Update affecting Wifi Connectivity. Guidance on link below
Innovv C5 Moto and Innovv C5 Helmet Edition
Current Release Versions:
How to Check your Current Firmware/App Version
To update to latest firmware use download firmware guide below for instructions.
Updating to the most recent App is simple. Just delete the App from your phone and reinstall from your App Store, Google Play etc
Note – For 100% performance you need to keep both App and Firmware up to date
How to update firmware:
1. Click the above link to download the latest firmware named C5.bin to your computer
2. Copy the C5.bin file to an SD card which shall be in FAT32 format. The file name must be the original name and other names could not work, such as C5(1).bin or C5(2).bin.
3. Insert the Micro SD card into your INNOVV DVR.
4. Power on your INNOVV camera system, and the firmware will be automatically updated with the red light flashing erratically.
Click here for more details on how to update firmware.
Once update is successful the blue light will be flashing on a regular basis appx once a second. If for any reason the update was not successful, please repeat the update.
Download INNOVV App from App Store
Download INNOVV App from Play Store
For our New C5 Helmet Camera Customers. A quick start guide
We want to make getting to know and using the Innovv C5 Helmet Camera system as easy and enjoyable as possible. We suggest that you follow this quick start guide and take a look at the brief overview video.
Please Pay Particular Attention To
Point 1 – Choose Your SD Card
1. Choose your SD Card
Choose your SD Card carefully. Please purchase a quality and branded SD card that is suitable for use in a dashcamera, to ensure you have no problems. We recommend Integral U3 Cards available in our shop as these are tried and tested. Max 256gb. Guide on storage capacity below:
We suggest not using Standard Sandisk SD cards for the Innovv camera systems for the reason below. Their High Endurance range of cards are suitable.
1. It is not suitable for loop dashcam video recording.
2. Sandisk warranty does not cover using for Dashcam use.
Please see below statement from Sandisk.
Sandisk warranty does not cover use of the Product in connection with the following uses or devices (as determined by SanDisk): (i) normal wear and tear, (ii) video monitoring, security, and surveillance devices, (iii) internet protocol/network cameras, (iv) in-car recording devices/dashboard cameras/black box cameras.
2. Get the Innovv C5 App
Download the Innovv C5 App to your mobile device, iPad or tablet. Available from App Store or Google Play. You can search INNOVV K2 or use QR Scanner.
Windows Phone Not Available
3. Install the SD Card
Locate the slot on the DVR and Insert the SD card.
The SD Card will only fit one way up, never force the SD card, just flip it over if it doesn’t easily go into the slo
4. Powering the DVR
The Innovv C5 Helmet Camera is powered via standard USB which means that you decide your powerbank size/hours required rather than being limited by a fitted battery as with all other cameras. Of course if you connect to your bikes USB you have infinite battery life.
The chart below is a guide on how many hours the different size of powerbanks will provide. The C5 DVR draws 1050mah per hour.
2 different length USB cable lengths are provided in the set. 0.15Mtr for use with a Powerbank and the 1.0mtr version for connection to your bikes USB.
If you don’t already have a USB port on your motorbike then no problem just select this when placing your order
5. Connect to C5 App
Now to get your DVR connected to your mobile device via WiFi. The green light will be steadily flashing. Go to the settings on you’re your mobile device, select the Innovv C5 wifi and insert the code 12345678(if you change the password it must be 8 digits). Your mobile device will now be connected to the Innovv DVR and you will get a solid green light. If you have any issues with connection to the Innovv C5 Wifi please see below
iOS – Place you mobile device on Airplane/Flight mode and try again
6. SD Card Guide and Formatting
Maximum of 256gb micro sd card can be used in the Innovv camera range. A Class 10 Minimum 80mb/s U3 is advised. Please be sure to use a reputable branded card as often cheap/fake cards will potentially not operate with your camera and cause problems.
Innovv cameras require the SD card to be in Fat32 format. This is the standard format for 32gb cards or below, so these will operate straight away. 64gb to 256gb cards are generally in Exfat format and will require reformatting to Fat32. But don’t worry this is a simple process.
– Insert the SD card into your DVR and power up (ensuring lens/lenses are connected)
– Connect you mobile device via Wifi to the DVR
– Access Innovv App
– Select Settings(Center Cog icon). At these stage you will generally be prompted that card is in incorrect format and asked if you would like to reformat. Select yes. If you are not prompted continue to settings page and select format SD card toward bottom of the page
Once completed the reformat please exit the App, forget the Innovv Wifi connection in mobile settings. Reconnect again and enter the App and you should be good to go and the unit will be recording
Looking after your SD Card.
SD cards do have a limited shelf life based upon the number of hours in total are recorded over time. Quality of cards do vary a lot. It is good practice for the health of your sd card to reformat (via App) on a regular basis. Also generally speaking the larger SD cards do last a lot longer as they store a lot more video data, so therefore do not loop/overwrite as regularly as the smaller cards.
7. Personalise the Settings
Select the Innovv C5 WiFi App that you have downloaded to your mobile device and you will be able to look/change settings review recordings etc. Please see the ‘Get to know your Innovv App’ below for a full tutorial on how it all works. With the C5 Helmet Camera edition we suggest that you switch the G Sensor function OFF as movement will create to many lock down files.
By now you should pretty much be up to speed with the basics of the camera set up and how to use..So all that’s left to do is fully set up the C5 System on your lid.
8. Fitting to the Helmet - Hints and Tips
Now its time to fit the C5 system to your helmet. The fitting is pretty straight forward, just a few hints and tips below. Please read through or watch the tutorial video below
Positioning Lens – Decide upon your preffered location where you would like to locate your lens.. in the UK its generally on the right hand side of your helmet
Lens Angle – Before fully securing the go pro mount to your helmet ensure that you have it set for best field of view. The lens has a 120 degree angle so try to pick the best location to ensure a full field of view. The ‘live’ option on the App is a great tool as you can see live what the lens is seeing and help you fine tune before sticking down.
Securing Lens – Secure the Lens well. Vibration will effect video quality. When placing the lens into the plastic C holder push the lens into front of the holder and not down and over stretch it. BE CAREFUL NOT TO APPLY ANY PRESSURE DIRECTLY ON TO THE LENS GLASS.
Sticking Go Pro Mount to the Helmet – Of course you need everything to be secure. When sticking the 3m pad, give the surface area a good clean with an alcohol cleaner or wipe. Firmly press on the curved mount but leave for 6 hours before using.
Orientation of Go Pro Mount – Please refer to photo’s on tech spec page for the correct orientation of the Go Pro mount, so its fitted in correct way to succesfully mount the C5 Lens. We suggest that you have the push clip at the bottom so that you have to push it up to remove.
Removing Lens after Ride – We have designed the plastic lens holder to be very snug in order to secure the lens well. When removing the lens from your helmet after your ride the easiest and quickest method is to release the go pro clip from the curved mount.
9. Playing/Downloading Your Video
Now for the fun part, watching your video. There are 2 ways in which to review your video content
1 – Via the Innovv Wifi App on your Mobile Device
Select documents on the App home page you then have 2 choices ‘ Files in Camera’ and ‘Files in device’
Files in Camera – Once selected you will see a preview list of all files currently saved on the SD card that’s inserted into the DVR. Select the file required and you can either delete, stream online or save. To stream on line you need to maintain the wifi connection with the DVR to watch the video. If you want to save your video and watch at a later time away from your bike select save. See below
Files in Device – Once you have saved the video file this is where you can review/watch the video without being connected to the Innovv Wifi. Video saved to here will not be over written by the DVR if set to loop record.
2 – Review Video on your Computer
Remove the Micro SD Card from your DVR, place into the SD Card Adapter and insert in to your computer or laptop. Open the external/flash drive that should auto populate and select the video file. You will need a media player installed on your computer that will play TS files. Note – the majority of computers will have a compatible media player already installed.
The C5 camera records using TS file format
Why do we use TS files and what media players that we advise and use ourselves..
10. Managing Video Files
Managing the files on your Micro SD Card is important to its health and will increase the life of the Micro SD Card plus ensuring the C5 DVR functions 100%
G Sensor – Switch this Function OFF
The G Sensor function is not required when using the C5 helmet edition camera. Movement of your head will create all files to be locked which will become frustrating
Managing video files Via the WiFi App.
Video files will appear as a normal thumbnail (Documents/Files in Camera).
Video files can be deleted or saved within the App.
Managing Video Files Via your Computer.
When the SD card is placed into your computer and opened you will see the Video Folder. All video files will be located in this Video folder and can be saved or deleted as required.
If the G Sensor is left on the you will create locked down files and you will notice some if not all of your video files appearing in the EMR folder. Video files in the EMR folder are not over written when the camera loops and will quite quickly fill the SD card and the camera will not function. Ensure that the G Sensor is turned off, delete the EMR folder (save the required video first) and all video files will be located in standard video folder and you are good to go without a problem
Performing a regular Re Format of your SD card will maintain its health, extending its life at the same time as ensuring the smooth running of your Innovv Camera System
11. Loop Recording Explained
Loop recording is a great feature for a safety camera. When selected the camera will loop record around the sd card so no need to manage video files. Fit and Forget
You will have the option of 1, 3, 5 and 10 min segments. When your SD card is full it will start to overwrite the oldest video segments first.
As an example if you are using 128gb micro sd card and you have selected 3 min segments, you will always have the last 19 hours stored on the card, segmented into 3 minute files.
If you turn loop record off, the camera will not operate once the card is full. Please note that when it is off video files are segmented into 15 minute files.
12. Forgotten Password
To reset the password you will need to complete a firmware update. Full step by step guide can be found on this Tech Support page. Once completed the password will be reset back to 12345678
13. Remember the User Guide
For more comprehensive instructions please refer to full ‘ User Guide’ below. We know instructions are probably the last thing you’ll look at but if you skip some of the steps it will slow you down!