Posted November 08, 2018 13:10:33 With the advent of wireless trail cameras, there’s no excuse for not being up to date with their newest features.
If you’ve been following the latest wireless camera news, you’ll know that there are several different wireless trailcams on the market.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through setting up a simple wireless trailcamera in your home to capture the sights and sounds of the outdoors.
It’s also worth noting that the newer wireless cameras will also record video.
What you’ll need:A wireless trail cam with the right hardware The device(s) to use your wireless trail device in Your camera setup Your wireless trail guide If you’re using a smartphone, you can download the best wireless camera app in your area, such as the Google app or Apple’s iOS Camera app.
If you’ve got an Android device, you should also download the latest Android version.
If not, download the Google Play or Apple Camera app and connect it to your camera.
Download the Google Android app from the Google play store.
Once you’ve downloaded the app, you may need to reboot your phone to ensure it’s connected.
If the Android app doesn’t show up, open it from the Settings app.
In the bottom left corner, tap “More”, then “About”.
The “About” page will tell you what version of Android you have and how long it takes to update.
Click “Ok” to continue.
On your smartphone, tap on “Settings”.
Under “Camera”, tap “Home” and then “Home Camera”.
Tap “Settings” again.
Tap “Video Recording”.
Then, tap the “Video Capture” button.
In “Capture Video”, tap the drop-down menu and select “Wireless Trail Camera”.
When you’ve done that, you’re ready to go.
After a few moments, you will be greeted by a new “Home Recording” screen.
The “Video” section should look like this: Now, you need to select the video that you want to record.
Select “Choose” at the bottom of the screen and tap “Add”.
Now that your camera has been added, you must tap “Record”.
Select the “Choose Video” button, and then select the audio from your phone’s microphone.
When you’re finished, tap OK.
Now your wireless camera has captured a few seconds of video and uploaded it to the cloud.
Once you’ve uploaded the video, it will appear in the “Trail Camera” section of your “Traffic History” screen (which should look something like this).
The video is currently on your “traffic history” screen and is titled “My Trails” video.
If it was your first time recording a video, you probably want to set it as a “Trailer”.
Once it’s uploaded, you are greeted by the “Your Video” screen again.
The video has now been tagged with a caption and the caption will read “Trailing a car in the rain”.
At this point, you want the camera to start recording, but this time, you won’t have to manually select the “Start Recording” option from the “Settings”, “Trailers”, or “Trails” sections of the “Home”.
When you’re done with that, your camera should be able to start capturing.
You can find out how to record your next trip by visiting our guide to wireless trail photography.
For more information on using your wireless wireless trail to capture your next adventure, check out our Wireless trail camera guide. Read more: