You'll need to set the track mode and track selection before you start recording a session. Go to
the main Setup screen, which is accessed via the gear & wrench icon on the left side of the
navigation tab bar.
1) Swipe Left or Right to Choose the Mode:
2) Select the Track You're At:
Additional app options and setup for external hardware and services is available by tapping
on the Options gear icon near the upper left of the main Setup screen.
Go to the main Camera & Recording Setup screen by tapping on the camera icon that's
second from the left side of the navigation tab bar.
Tap on the top left box to select a camera and its recording resolution, or to turn video recording off.
The amount of estimated recording space available is shown when a camera has been selected, based on the current settings and device free space. On Android devices, two lengths may be shown; the first one is the expected length before the recording will be split into multiple pieces, due to Android's 4 GB video size limit.
Landscape orientation (ie horizontal) is required if you want to record video. Vertical videos are intentionally not supported. This camera preview screen will display an interactive camera leveling indicator when your device is rotated to the proper orientation.
The other boxes on the left side are user-configurable dashboard displays. Tap on one of them to view or change its data channel and related settings.
When you are ready to drive, go to the Record screen by tapping on the red dot icon in the center of
the navigation tab bar. This screen will then show you its current status and instructions to start.
Keep this app active on the screen while recording. If the app is put into the background or the screen is turned off, your session recording and timing will be less reliable, and it will often block video recording and some other features.
To view your recorded sessions, tap on the folder icon near the right side of the navigation tab bar.
You can then tap on an individual session to open it, or swipe left to delete.
Once a session is opened, it will show your times and other data, depending on the recording mode and other options: