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Prime X Firmware

For the best performance and up to date features, make sure your firmware is current.
Version: v001.049
Post Date: 2014.9.29 File Size: 17.4 MB

Download Prime X Firmware View Advanced Settings for Prime X

General fixes in v001.049

  • General System enhancements
  • General UI fixes
  • App enhancements and compatibility

FIRMWARE UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Download the firmware to the desktop.
  2. Unzip the Prime-X_FW_update_v149.zip file.
  3. Make sure your microSD card is correctly formatted. (FAT32 or ExFat for 64GB and higher)
  4. Copy the extracted Prime-X.bin firmware to the root level of the microSD card.
  5. After file copy is completed, properly unmount the microSD card.
  6. Make sure the Prime X is Powered-Off and plugged into power with the supplied USB cable.
  7. Install the microSD card into the Prime X.
  8. Press and hold the FPS button and Power on Prime X. The camera will vibrate 1 time, the Blue and Red LED light on top will blink rapidly to show that the firmware is loading. Once the Firmware is finished installing, the Prime X will automatically vibrate 1 time and Power-Off.

Important Note: If upgrade procedure is not followed properly, interrupting the update process while the lights are still flashing may permanently damage your camera!

If you are experiencing problems with the firmware update, please use the SD card that was provided with your Prime X. If you are using a third party card or plan on buying new memory reference our list of approved microSD cards. You can reformat your SD card by downloading the official SD Formatter for Mac or PC. Official SD Card Association SD, SDHC, SDXC formatter download: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/

Prime X Wi-Fi

The Replay XD Prime X comes with Wi-Fi built-in. Once enabled, your camera can communicate with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android devices up to distances of 76 feet. Through the Replay XD App, you will have full control of the Prime X and its advanced text file features. The Prime X App is available from the Apple App Store™, and for Android via Google Play™. Search for ‘Replay XD App’.

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    Prime X Top General FAQ

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  1. 1
    How to turn Wi-Fi and camera on at the same time

    Press and Hold the Power button until you feel it vibrate 3 times,pause, and 1 more vibration to let you know Wi-Fi is enabled. Blue LED’s will blink rapidly when Wi-Fi is booting-up, once active, LED’s will blink slowly to tell you it is working correctly. Wi-Fi boot-up cycle can take up to 30 seconds.

  2. 2
    How to turn Wi-Fi on after your camera is already on

    If the camera is already on, Quick Press the Power button and wait for 1 quick vibration. Blue LED’s will blink rapidly when Wi-Fi is booting-up, once active, LED’s will blink slowly to tell you it is working correctly. Wi-Fi boot-up cycle can take up to 30 seconds.

  3. 3
    Control your Prime X with the Replay XD App from a smartphone or tablet.

    Download the Replay XD App from the App Store® or Google Play® Enable Wi-Fi on the Prime X via the power button. Now Connect your smartphone or tablet to your Prime X From your smartphone or tablet Wi-Fi settings menu, connect to the Prime X. Select the default SSID “Prime X-####” Enter the default password “replayxd” Open the Replay XD App and you will be able to control your Prime X camera, LiveView, Record, Modes and Advanced Settings.

  4. 4
    How to turn Wi-Fi off

    Turn off camera or Quick Press the Power button, wait for 1 quick vibration and Blue LED’s will stop blinking when Wi-Fi is off.

  5. 5
    How do I download videos from my Prime X?

    You can use the supplied USB cable or a MicroSD adapter that is microSDXC compatible. Using the USB Cable: a) Plug your mini USB cable into your Prime X and a PC/Mac USB port. b) Make sure your microSD card is fully inserted and has been recorded to. c) Press and Hold the Mode button while you turn on your Prime X. d) On a PC/Mac the Prime X will mount to your computer as a mass storage device. Download your video files from the DCIM folder created on the microSD card. (Always Eject device from PC/Mac when finished.) e) Copy files to computer or external hard drive Note: Playback through USB is not recommended as choppy playback may occur. Download files to PC/Mac first. Download from SD card: Take the microSD card out of the Prime X and use the included SD card adapter and plug into a SDHC/SDXC compatible card reader to transfer your files to your PC or Mac.

  6. 6
    Camera seems to be frozen

    If the camera freezes up, you may need updated software or there may be an issue with the microSD card that you are using. Check for a firmware update here. To unfreeze the camera you can try plugging it in to power with the micro USB and quickly removing it. Or you can simply press the black reset button on the rear of the camera directly to the right of the micro HDMI port. You can easily press this button with the tip of a pen or the corner of the USB plug.

  7. 7
    Camera will not power on

    If your camera is not powering on check the following: 1) The battery might need a charge. a) Plug mini USB cable into your Prime X and a USB charger. b) The Green LED indicator just above the mini USB port will turn on while the battery is charging. c) When the Green LED turns off, charging is complete. d) The battery will fast charge to 80% and then trickle charge to 100% to ensure durability and safe charging. 2) Press the black reset button on the rear of the camera directly to the right of the micro HDMI port. You can easily press this button with the tip of a pen. 3) If those avenues did not work please contact customer support for further assistance.

  8. 8
    Liveview for Streaming

    Use our popular LiveView via HDMI right from your Prime X. Connect to your TV, ReView Field Monitor, or even broadcast grade equipment and get a full 1080p60 connection. a)Make sure your microSD card is fully inserted and is ready to record to. b)Connect a Micro HDMI Type-D cable to your Prime X and your chosen HDMI compatible device. c)Turn on your HDMI device first and make sure it is set to the correct input. d)Turn on your Prime X. e)Prime X will display a Full HD image to your HDMI device. Optional: Toggle screen icons (UI) during LiveView to check your settings, resolution, FOV, and framerate. Press and Hold the FPS button until the icons appear. Press and Hold FPS button for the icons to disappear. NOTE: Follow the same procedure for composite video using the Prime X AV Kit. This is popular for 480 video streams for FPV, lower resolution monitoring sources, or older TV’s.

  9. 9
    Prime X compatible microSD cards?

    microSDHC: 4GB – 32GB microSDXC: 64GB compatible We recommend using name brand microSD cards with a Class 10 or higher speed rating for maximum reliability. Use care when handling your microSD card. Avoid liquids, dust, debris, and static electricity. Check SD card manufacture guidelines regarding use and acceptable operating temperature range. TIP: If your microSD card is new or was previously formatted by another camera or computer, format the card with the Prime X camera. Formatting will erase everything stored on the microSD card, even protected images will be erased. Download any files you would like to keep to your computer or external hard drive before formatting.

  10. 10
    How to format the micro SD card for compatibility

    a) Make sure your microSD card is fully inserted and your files have been downloaded. b) Turn on your Prime X. c) Press and Hold the Mode button and FPS button for 10 seconds. e) When the Red LED turns off, formatting is complete and all files and folders have been erased. You’re now ready to record.

1080Mini Firmware

For the best performance and up to date features, make sure your firmware is current.
Version: v1.4
Post Date: 2014.8.1 File Size: 1.1 MB

Download 1080Mini Firmware View Advanced Settings for 1080Mini

General fixes in v1.4
• USB Mass Storage Mode: Mount to Mac or PC
• USB LiveView: Mount to Mac 10.7 or later and PC Windows 7 or later
• General UI fixes

FIRMWARE UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Download the firmware to the desktop.
2. Unzip the 1080miniFW_single_update_v1-4.zip file.
3. Make sure your microSD card is correctly formatted. (FAT32)
4. Copy the 1080miniFWFW.bin firmware file from the 1080Mini FW_single_update_v1-3 folder to the root level of the microSD card.
5. After file copy is completed, properly unmount the microSD card.
6. Make sure the Replay1080Mini is Powered-Off and plugged into power with the supplied USB cable.
7. Install the microSD card into the Replay XD 1080Mini.
8. Press and hold the Power button until the Replay XD 1080Mini Powers-On. The camera will vibrate 3 times, the Red LED light will be solid, and the Blue LED light on top will blink rapidly to show that the firmware is loading. Once the Firmware is finished installing, the Replay XD 1080Mini will automatically vibrate 1 time and Power-Off.
9. Remove .bin file from microSD card following successful Firmware upgrade.

Important Note: If upgrade procedure is not followed properly, interrupting the update process while the lights are still flashing may permanently damage your camera!

Important Note: If you are experiencing problems with the firmware update, please use the SD card that was provided with your Replay XD 1080Mini. If you are using a third party card or plan on buying new memory reference our list of approved microSD cards.  You can reformat your SD card by downloading the official SD Formatter for Mac or PC. Official SD Card Association SD, SDHC, SDXC formatter download: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/

Replay XD1080 Mini Top General FAQ

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  1. 1
    Cannot update firmware

    -Have the step-by-step instructions on the website been followed closely? -If update is still not successful- with SD card out, hold the reset button on the back of the camera for at least 30 seconds -Reformat SD card with this online program (note that this will erase all card content) https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/ -Insert SD card into camera and power on camera normally. -From the software update you downloaded, drag ONLY the .BIN file over to your cameras SD card (Leave the existing DCIM, MISC, and 1080.txt files on the SD card) -Insert SD card into camera -Power unit on normally. You should see the red and blue LEDs stay solid and then the blue LED will blink rapidly. Once the camera powers itself down, this will indicate the update was successful. -Connect the SD card back to your computer and delete the .BIN file. If this is not done the camera will try to run the update every time it is powered on

  2. 2
    Camera shuts off while recording

    -Has the unit been charged? -Is the camera’s SD card full? -Has the SD card been formatted prior to recording. If not, please reformat through the following link: www.sdcard.org/downloads/ -Is the camera in a high vibration application? If so then add a layer of tape on the back of the SD card to build up thickness, preventing loss of contact while in the camera -If all other methods attempted, camera may be suffering from bad battery life

  3. 3
    Does the 1080 Mini support PAL 25/50

    The Replay XD 1080 Mini supports NTSC 30/60fps and PAL 25/50fps out of the box. You can change these settings by opening the Advanced Settings File on your SD card.

  4. 4
    How do I adjust the Advanced Settings on my 1080 Mini?

    You can modify the advanced settings on your Replay XD1080 by locating the XD1080mini.txt file on your microSDHC card.

  5. 5
    How do I download videos from my 1080 Mini?

    You can use the supplied USB cable or a SDHC card reader that is microSDHC compatible. Using the USB Cable: 1) Make sure the SD card is fully inserted. 2) Plug the USB cable into the Replay XD 1080 Mini and Mac or PC 3) Hold the Record button and Power On the camera. 4) Release the Record button once the 1080 Mini drive has mounted.

  6. 6
    Reformat 1080 Mini SD Card

    You can reformat your SD card by downloading the official SD Formatter for Mac or PC. Official SD Card Association SD, SDHC, SDXC formatter download: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/

  7. 7
    The blue LED is flashing and then my 1080 Mini turns off.

    The Battery is at 25% charge or less and needs to be recharged.

  8. 8
    The green charging light turned off on my 1080 Mini?

    1. Make sure the supplied USB cable is firmly plugged into your 1080 Mini and connected to an approved USB charger. 2. If your USB cable is plugged in properly then your 1080 Mini is fully charged.

  9. 9
    Will my XD720 RePower Battery Adapter work with my 1080 Mini?

    No, The XD720 is the same diameter as the 1080 Mini but the USB ports are different. The 1080 Mini features a Mini USB port. You will need to purchase the 1080 Mini RePower Adapter.

  10. 10
    How do I prevent wind noise?

    The 1080 Mini comes with a sheet of windbreakers. They are simply stickers that can be placed over the mic hole to cut the amount of sound recorded. Do note that the wind breakers are only intended to be used in high decibel environments and will effect the mic’s ability to pic up conversations and other quitter noises.  

Enable Replay XD 1080Mini USB LiveView

MAC / PC
Post Date: 2014.8.1 File Size: 1.1 MB

Download 1080 Mini LiveView Enabler for MAC Download 1080 Mini LiveView Enabler for PC

Install Instructions

  1. 1
    MAC Install instructions

    LIVEVIEW UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS (MAC):

    1. Download Replay XD 1080 Mini USB LiveView Enabler for Mac
    2. Unzip Replay XD 1080 Mini USB LiveView-Mac.zip
    3. Mount your SD card
    4. Open: SD card
    5. Copy File: USB_LIVEVIEW.txt to your SD card
    6. Install SD card into XD 1080 Mini
    7. Connect Replay XD 1080 Mini with USB cable to Mac USB port
    8. Hold Record button and Power-on camera. You will feel three vibrations, a brief pause, and then a fourth vibration. The Red and Blue LED status lights will be illuminated when successfully connected.
    9. Open Quicktime Player X App (10.2 or later) from your Applications Folder
    10. Choose File: New Movie Recording
    11. Choose Camera: AIT 8423Z
    12. Choose Quality: Maximum
    Important Note: If your video has a green box in the corners. Re-choose Camera.

  2. 2
    PC Install instructions

    LIVEVIEW UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS (PC):

    1. Open: XD 1080 Mini USB LiveView-PC.zip
    2. Copy File: WebcamViewer V1.0.exe to your Desktop
    3. Mount your SD card
    4. Open: SD card
    5. Copy File: USB_LIVEVIEW.txt to your SD card
    6. Install SD card into Replay XD 1080 Mini
    7. Connect Replay XD 1080 Mini with USB cable to PC USB port
    8. Hold Record button and Power-on camera. You will feel three vibrations, a brief pause, and then a fourth vibration. The Red and Blue LED status lights will be illuminated when successfully connected.
    9. Open WebcamViewer App from your Desktop
    10. Choose Camera: AIT 8423Z
    11. Choose Resolution: 1280×720 30
    12. Choose: Connect
    Important Note: If your video has a green box in the corners. Choose Disconnect and then Connect

XD1080 Firmware

For the best performance and up to date features, make sure your firmware is current.
Version: v51
Post Date: 2013.10.03 File Size: 4.1 MB

Download XD1080 Firmware View Advanced Settings for XD 1080

New Features added in v51
Text File Feature: (WMK) Watermark feature, add date/time stamp, add custom word up to 20 characters, or add both.

FIRMWARE UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Download the firmware to the desktop.
2. Unzip the XD1080fw_single_update_v51.zip file.
3. Make sure your microSD card is correctly formatted. (FAT32)
4. Copy the DCIM, MISC, XD1080fw.bin firmware file and XD1080.txt text file from the XD1080fw_single_update_v51 folder to the root level of the microSD card.
5. After file copy is completed, properly unmount the microSD card.
6. Make sure the Replay XD1080 is Powered-Off and plugged in to power with the supplied USB cable.
7. Install the microSD card into the Replay XD1080.
8. Press and hold the Power button (after V45, you must also hold the Mode Button and Power Button) until the Replay XD1080 Powers-On. The camera will vibrate 3 times and the Red and Blue LED lights on top will blink to show that the firmware is loading. Once the Firmware is finished installing, the Replay XD1080 will automatically Power-Off. (Note: If the Replay XD1080 blinks for more than 3 minutes, please Power-Off your camera by holding the Power button, then reset your camera, gently insert a paperclip into the reset hole and reset, then try reloading the firmware.) Important Note: If upgrade procedure is not followed properly, interrupting the update process while the lights are still flashing may permanently damage your camera!
Important Note: If you are experiencing problems with the firmware update, please use the SD card that was provided with your Replay XD 1080. If you are using a third party card or plan on buying new memory reference our list of approved microSD cards.  You can reformat your SD card by downloading the official SD Formatter for Mac or PC. Official SD Card Association SD, SDHC, SDXC formatter download: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/

Replay XD1080 Top General FAQ

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  1. 1
    Camera will not power on

    -Is the unit fully charged until the green LED turns off before recording? -Has the reset button been held for at least 30 sec and then power attempted? -Has the software been updated to the latest version? (Mini : 1.3, XD1080 : .51) -Is the SD card inserted into the camera? If so remove it and try resetting again. If camera powers on, follow steps to reformat SD card www.sdcard.org/downloads/ -Has a different charging cable/electrical outlet been used?

  2. 2
    Cannot update firmware

    -Have the step-by-step instructions on the website been followed closely? -If update is still not successful- with SD card out, hold the reset button on the back of the camera for at least 30 seconds -Reformat SD card with this online program (note that this will erase all card content) https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/ -Insert SD card into camera and power on camera normally. -From the software update you downloaded, drag ONLY the .BIN file over to your cameras SD card (Leave the existing DCIM, MISC, and 1080.txt files on the SD card) -Insert SD card into camera -Hold the MODE button and while still holding it power the device on -Continue to hold MODE until you see the red and blue LEDs blink for a few seconds, and then the camera power itself down. This will indicate the update was successful. If the update takes longer than 30 seconds, please reset your camera and repeat the boot up process -You may want to reformat the SD card through the camera and then check the software version to make sure that .51 is shown.

  3. 3
    Trouble editing advanced settings

    You can find a tutorial with pictures on how to edit the text file/advanced settings of your Replay camera at http://replayxd.com/replay-xd1080-advanced/ if you are having issues changing the settings here are a few helpful reminders -It is necessary to change UPDATE:N to UPDATE:Y (case sensitive) in order for the camera to recognize the setting changes. If this is not done, settings will change back to default -Do not add any extra spaces or characters aside from the approved text file format. Doing so will cause the camera to revert back to default settings. -If you do not know what setting the letter code refers to, there is a key that can be found underneath the cameras settings in the text file -Entering a “D” in the UPDATE: field will set the camera back to default settings

  4. 4
    Does the Replay XD1080 support PAL 25/50?

    The Replay XD1080 supports NTSC 30/60fps and PAL 25/50fps out of the box. You can change these settings by opening the Advanced Settings File on your SD card. To find out how to make these changes follow this link http://replayxd.com/support-form/replay-xd1080-advanced/

  5. 5
    How do I adjust the Advanced Settings on my Replay XD1080?

    You can modify the advanced settings on your Replay XD1080 by locating the XD1080.txt file on your microSDHC card. To find out more click here http://replayxd.com/replay-xd1080-advanced/

  6. 6
    How do I download videos from my Replay XD1080?

    You can use the supplied USB cable or a SDHC card reader that is microSDHC compatible. Using the USB Cable: 1) Make sure the SD card is fully inserted. 2) Plug the USB cable into the Replay XD1080 and Mac or PC 3) Hold the FPS button and Power On the camera. 4) Release the FPS button once the Replay XD1080 drive has mounted. Using the USB microSDHC card reader: 1) Plug the USB reader into your Mac or PC 2) Insert the microSDHC card into the reader 3) The card will mount to your Mac or PC.

  7. 7
    How do I toggle the On-screen icons in Live-View Mode?

    When in Live-View mode, quickly press the Power button, this will toggle the On-screen icons. Turning off the icons are important for Live-View recording or streaming.

  8. 8
    Reformat SD card from Replay XD1080

    We recommend reformatting the SD card from the Replay XD1080 camera. 1. Power-on the camera without the microSD card. 2. Now insert the card and hold the FPS & Mode button for 10 seconds. 3. The rear charge light will turn solid red to tell you that it is reformatting the card. 4. Once it is done flashing you card is now formatted and ready for recording. You can also reformat your SD card by downloading the official SD Formatter for Mac or PC. Official SD Card Association SD, SDHC, SDXC formatter download: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/

  9. 9
    The blue LED is flashing and then my Replay XD1080 turns off.

    The Battery is at 25% charge or less and needs to be recharged.

  10. 10
    The green charging light turned off on my Replay XD1080?

    1. Make sure the supplied USB cable is firmly plugged into your Replay XD1080 and connected to an approved USB charger. 2. If your USB cable is plugged in properly then your Replay XD1080 is fully charged.

720 Live View

Enable Replay XD720 USB LiveView

MAC / PC
Post Date: 2014.8.1 File Size: 1.1 MB

Download XD720 LiveView Enabler for MAC Download XD720 LiveView Enabler for PC

Install Instructions

  1. 1
    MAC Install instructions

    LIVEVIEW UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS (MAC):

    1. Download Replay XD720 USB LiveView Enabler for Mac
    2. Unzip Replay XD720 USB LiveView-Mac.zip
    3. Mount your SD card
    4. Open: SD card
    5. Copy File: web_cam to your SD card
    6. Install SD card into XD720
    7. Connect Replay XD 720 with USB cable to Mac USB port
    8. Hold Record button and Power-on camera. You will feel three vibrations, a brief pause, and then a fourth vibration. The Red and Blue LED status lights will be illuminated when successfully connected.
    9. Open Quicktime Player X App (10.2 or later) from your Applications Folder
    10. Choose File: New Movie Recording
    11. Choose Camera: AIT 8423Z
    12. Choose Quality: Maximum

    Important Note: If your video has a green box in the corners. Re-choose Camera.

  2. 2
    PC Install instructions

    LIVEVIEW UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS (PC):

    1. Open: XD720 USB LiveView-PC.zip
    2. Copy File: WebcamViewer V1.0.exe to your Desktop
    3. Mount your SD card
    4. Open: SD card
    5. Copy File: web_cam to your SD card
    6. Install SD card into Replay XD 1080 Mini or XD720
    7. Connect Replay XD720 with USB cable to PC USB port
    8. Hold Record button and Power-on camera. You will feel three vibrations, a brief pause, and then a fourth vibration. The Red and Blue LED status lights will be illuminated when successfully connected.
    9. Open WebcamViewer App from your Desktop
    10. Choose Camera: AIT 8423Z
    11. Choose Resolution: 1280×720 30
    12. Choose: Connect

    Important Note: If your video has a green box in the corners. Choose Disconnect and then Connect

Replay XD720 Top General FAQ

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  1. 1
    Cannot update firmware

    -Have the step-by-step instructions on the website been followed closely? -If update is still not successful- with SD card out, hold the reset button on the back of the camera for at least 30 seconds -Reformat SD card with this online program (note that this will erase all card content) https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/ -Insert SD card into camera and power on camera normally. -From the software update you downloaded, drag ONLY the .BIN file over to your cameras SD card (Leave the existing DCIM, MISC, and 1080.txt files on the SD card) -Insert SD card into camera -Power unit on normally. You should see the red and blue LEDs stay solid and then the blue LED will blink rapidly. Once the camera powers itself down, this will indicate the update was successful. -Connect the SD card back to your computer and delete the .BIN file. If this is not done the camera will try to run the update every time it is powered on

  2. 2
    Camera shuts off while recording

    -Has the unit been charged? -Is the camera’s SD card full? -Has the SD card been formatted prior to recording. If not, please reformat through the following link: www.sdcard.org/downloads/ -Is the camera in a high vibration application? If so then add a layer of tape on the back of the SD card to build up thickness, preventing loss of contact while in the camera -If all other methods attempted, camera may be suffering from bad battery life

  3. 3
    Does the XD720 support PAL 25/50

    The Replay XD720 supports NTSC 30/60fps and PAL 25/50fps out of the box. You can change these settings by opening the Advanced Settings File on your SD card.

  4. 4
    How do I adjust the Advanced Settings on my XD720?

    You can modify the advanced settings on your Replay XD720 by locating the XD720.txt file on your microSDHC card.

  5. 5
    How do I download videos from my XD720?

    You can use the supplied USB cable or a SDHC card reader that is microSDHC compatible. Using the USB Cable: 1) Make sure the SD card is fully inserted. 2) Plug the USB cable into the Replay XD720 and Mac or PC 3) Hold the Record button and Power On the camera. 4) Release the Record button once theXD720 drive has mounted.

  6. 6
    Reformat XD720 SD Card

    You can reformat your SD card by downloading the official SD Formatter for Mac or PC. Official SD Card Association SD, SDHC, SDXC formatter download: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/

  7. 7
    The blue LED is flashing and then my XD720 turns off.

    The Battery is at 25% charge or less and needs to be recharged.

  8. 8
    The green charging light turned off on my XD720?

    1. Make sure the supplied USB cable is firmly plugged into your XD720 and connected to an approved USB charger. 2. If your USB cable is plugged in properly then your XD720 is fully charged.

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Replay XD (480) Top General FAQ

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  1. 1
    Audio is too loud or too quiet on my Replay XD.

    There are two audio caps supplied with your Replay XD. Both of these caps have different audio characteristics. Please feel free to experiment with these two options to obtain your desired audio quality. Optional Cap 1: To allow for recording of “voice level audio” use Optional Cap 1. This cap is designed for low noise environments i.e., Walking, Hiking, or an Automobile Cockpit. This cap option may exhibit increased wind noise in fast paced environments. Optional Cap 2. To allow for recording of “engine level audio” use Optional Cap 2. This cap is designed for high noise environments i.e., Race Cars, Motorcycles, Sky Diving, or other Outdoor Activities. This cap blocks the majority of wind noise while allowing for a natural sound level for autosports and other high noise activities. This cap may block voice level audio under approximately 80db.

  2. 2
    How do I download videos from my Replay XD?

    You can use the supplied USB cable or a SDHC card reader that is microSDHC compatible.

  3. 3
    How long does it take to charge my Replay XD?

    Charging your Replay XD should take 1 hour to reach a full charge.

  4. 4
    How long does the battery last in my Replay XD?

    The internal Li-ion battery will last up to 110 minutes on a single full charge.

  5. 5
    How many minutes of video can a microSDHC card hold?

    All times are approximate due to environmental changes and complexity of recorded activities. 2GB = ~60 min. (1 hr) 4GB = ~120 min. (2 hr) 8GB = ~240 min. (4 hr) 16GB = ~480 min. (8 hr) 32GB = ~960 min. (16 hr)

  6. 6
    How to insert a microSDHC card into my Replay XD.

    The microSDHC card fits into the rear microSD card slot “contacts face-up,” you must fully insert the card until the detents “click.” The microSDHC card slot is spring loaded and will allow the card to insert beyond the rear plate until it “clicks.” If necessary you can use your thumbnail or the edge of the rear cap to help push the card in.

  7. 7
    The blue LED is flashing and then my Replay XD turns off?

    1. There is no microSDHC card in your Replay XD. 2. Make sure your microSDHC card is fully inserted into the Replay XD. 3. Make sure your Replay XD has a full charge.

  8. 8
    The green charging light turned off on my Replay XD?

    1. Make sure the supplied USB cable is firmly plugged into your Replay XD and connected to an approved USB charger. 2. If your USB cable is plugged in properly then your Replay XD is fully charged.

  9. 9
    The red LED is flashing on my Replay XD and turns off

    The microSDHC card is full. Make sure the microSDHC card is empty. The red LED will flash and the camera will turn off when the microSDHC card is full. How do I erase video files from my microSDHC card on my Mac? 1. Move selected video files or folders to your Trash 2. Go to Finder and select Empty Trash… Note: Simply moving files or folders to the Trash does not erase files from your memory card, it just moves them (referenced in the Trash). Files are invisibly stored on your memory card until the Trash is emptied. How do I erase video files from my microSDHC card on my PC? a.) Move selected video files or folders to your Recycle Bin.

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Important Note: If you are experiencing problems with camera performance reference our list of approved microSD cards.  Also reference your cameras FAQ section for any other technical questions. If all troubleshooting steps have been followed and your camera is still having issues, please contact Replay XD technical support.