INNOVV K2 Motorcycle Camera System was installed on 2012 Harley-Davidson Road King Police bike

I have received my new K2 and have installed and it’s running well. I just have one issue I have run into, using use DashCam Viewer for my videos. I have an INNOVV K1, which I’ve had since last year, and the new INNOVV K2. The K1 seems to format videos in a way that DashCam Viewer automatically combines into picture and picture (PIP). Namely, The K1 gives me two files (20180227-1806_CAM1_0004.MP4 & 20180227-1806_CAM2_0005.MP4), DashCam Viewer combines these files a PIP format with front & rear cameras. The K2 names the files differently, resulting in each recording being recognized as a separate video, and never combining them into PIP. The naming with the K2 looks like this: 2018_0823_140547_403F.MP4 & 2018_0823_140548_404R.MP4. I can rename them to follow the other format and then they are recognized by DashCam Viewer as PIP, but this has to be done manually, and would be a painstaking process to do to a lot of files.  The Question is, can the K2 be configured to format the video files the way the K1 does? I’ve already checked the preferences for the K2 app, and there doesn’t seem to be a way to control this at the user level, so I believe it would need to be a firmware change. I’ve already looked at DashCam Viewer to see if it could be configured in a way to recognize the K2 naming convention, but I don’t see controls for this. I’ve emailed the developer of the app to ask his opinion.  Good news. John has just released a new version of Dashcam Viewer (v3.1.2) that improves compatibility with the INNOVV K2. If you load your movie folder, Dashcam Viewer 3.1.2 will be able to do the front/rear movie pairing now. You can download it from here: https://dashcamviewer.com Thanks David and John get this issue resolved.   

INNOVV K2 Motorcycle Camera System was installed on 2017 Victory Magnum X1


I wanted to let you know that I received my new K2 system and have installed it on my 2017 Victory Magnum X1, and it is fantastic!
 The installation was a breeze!   When I opened the box everything was included, nothing missing, and you even included a card reader for the mini SIM card which I never even thought about until I saw it in the box. I used the mounting hardware you sent in the box and it worked great.  Glad that you improved the camera mount, and I appreciate that you included the rubber bushings to help dampen vibration. As soon as I got the system installed I powered up the bike and everything worked perfectly!  After the 10 second delay the K2 powered on, I easily connected to the K2 via WiFi from my iPhone, checked the settings, and viewed the video that the cameras were capturing.  I then viewed the video feed on my phone to finish fine-tuning the alignment of both of the cameras, and tightened everything up.  Total install time was about two hours, which included running both camera cables through the bike and securing everything. I went out for a “first ride” and when I got back I connected to the K2 to see how it worked.  I am very happy with the quality of the video and the ease of use of the K2 system and app, and am glad I selected the Innovv K2 out of the many different systems I compared prior to buying the K2. Thank you for a quality product that works as advertised, and is easy to install.  It’s great knowing that whenever I crank my bike and go for a ride I am capturing the ride on high quality video without having to do anything other than start the bike!  I’ve got peace of mind knowing that if something out of the ordinary happens I’ll have it on video, and I’ll also have video of the ride to enjoy, share, and use to improve riding habits and road strategy. I’ve included some photos of the finished installation, and will share some video through the iPhone App soon.                

INNOVV K2 Motorcycle Camera System was installed on the 2017 Zero DSR

The installation works beautifully on the 2017 Zero DSR. It is like your system was made for this bike. I didn’t even have to drill any holes for the cameras. They simply went into existing screws on the headlight fairing and below the subframe in the back. Check out the pictures. Also, the recorder fits neatly into the locking compartment as you can see on the picture as well.