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Some Fall Colors

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by KBflyer, Oct 11, 2016.

  1. KBflyer

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    Forgot to wipe off the lens on the camera, had a slight smudge upper left side. Have to add that to my check list of things to do before take off.

    The leaves turned color over night. Had our first frost a few days ago. About two weeks late. The news said it was the longest growing season on record.

     
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    where is that?
     
  3. KBflyer

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    #3 KBflyer, Oct 11, 2016
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    How did you capture all the data at the bottom of the video?
     
  5. KBflyer

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    You need your telemetry file from the flight. Once you have that you need to convert it to a working file that a program called dashware or the program that I used called RaceRender 3 can understand. This can be done using ST2Dash.exe or a q500log2kml.exe. Both can be found doing a simple Google search.

    Once you have the video and the telemetry file loaded into either one of the programs its a matter of picking the gauges you want and syncing the video to the telemetry. This takes some time and practice to get it just right.
    If your running windows ten Dashware will not work on this operating system anymore and you will have to use RaceRender 3.

    This is kind of out dated but it will give you a good idea of what can be done.
    Hope this helps

     
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