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: Thanks David and John get this issue resolved.   

INNOVV K1 Mounted on a 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited

I purchased my K1 system back in December as a Christmas gift for myself.  Although I have a Garmin Virb X, I would often forget to charge it, take it with me, or even turn it on.  I wanted something that I didn’t have to worry about battery life or turning it off/on.  The INNOVV K1 fits the bill. First impression when I received the K1 was “Wow, it is packed very well”!! The instructions included were basic but usable.  The inclusion of an operations manual would have been nice, but the unit is still easy to use. I finally installed my system in late February 2017 as I was doing other work on the bike and it was the perfect time.  I had to figure out where I wanted to mount the cameras, GPS, and DVR.  I decided to try the ‘stealth’ route with the cameras.  The front camera is mounted on the bottom triple tree almost center of the bike. Although hidden, my concern is field of view.   I chose to mount the rear camera under the Tour Pak. I am still debating to move this camera or not.  My concern is it does sit back just a bit, so the Tour Pak cuts off the top field of view, although not by much.  If I do move this camera, I will try it on the top of the Tour Pak under the luggage rack.   For the GPS module and the control button, I borrowed Dave Steele’s ideas and mounted the GPS next to the fuse block.  The control button replaced the H-D headset receiver plug on the tank dash.  Mine was no longer useful as I had replaced the factory radio and removed the communication module.  Unfortunately, no pictures of the control button.  There was plenty of cable on the cameras, GPS module, and control button to run them under the tank, seat, and run them into the Tour Pak.  I tapped into the existing 12v switched power port supply for the DVR power.  I connected both the red constant and yellow switched leads together to the power port 12v positive lead. And black ground to the power port ground lead.  The DVR power block sits under the left rear run/stop light housing in the Tour Pak and is covered up nicely by the liner.  All the excess cables are also under the Tour Pak liner.  Unlike Dave, I choose to mount the DVR on the liner under the Tour Pak lid so there would not be any bending of the cables when opening/closing the lid. All in all, the installation took about 1-2 hours as I would test fit, run cables, then secure everything.  I am very happy with the results overall.  As mentioned previously, I will be moving the front camera for sure.  I am undecided to try it where Dave Steele located his (on front turn signal bar) or move it onto the inner fairing near the windshield (for full field of view).  I may try both temporarily and see which I prefer.  I will share my results when I do. Here is a link to my first ride with the system.  Please note I downgraded the video quality for uploading purposes. Video was created using Cyberlink Power Director 12.