I haven't checked the files on the ST16, but I'm certain they are similar to the ST10. In a folder called FlightLogs is another folder - Telemetry. The most recent telemetry file should contain all the information about your flight. You can upload that file to Exmaps and it will display the flight path on Google Maps. On my ST10+, it only records when the video is recording. Hopefully it will record all the time on the ST16. Also, with the ST10 it only creates the files if you have an sd card installed under the battery. With the ST16 it is stored in internal memory. I always record from takeoff to landing for that reason. The ST10 and 16 both record miniature videos of what is being recorded by the camera. That can be very useful if something goes wrong.
The .avc files should be in a folder called FPV-Video. The telemetry data records flight information about 3 times per second, so it is very accurate information. The GPS co-ords will show the last known position of the H if it's lost in flight or auto lands on low battery.
In my post above I said Exmaps. I meant to say GPS Visualizer. After uploading the telemetry file and viewing in Google maps, you can change to Sat view to see the location.
GPS Visualizer: Convert GPS files to plain text or GPX
No, I have not. Still on weather hold for first flight. I presume the records will be very similar to the ST10. Yuneec technicians use these files to determine the cause of any problems so I would think they will be there. The .avc videos can only record when the CGO3+ is recording.Hmm, the AVC files are nowhere to be found on my ST16. Have you verified that your AVC files are in FPV-Video folder on your ST16?
No, I have not. Still on weather hold for first flight. I presume the records will be very similar to the ST10. Yuneec technicians use these files to determine the cause of any problems so I would think they will be there. The .avc videos can only record when the CGO3+ is recording.