|Side comment: getting the video and data file in sync (i.e. finding the right Offset value) could be a bit of a pain in DashWare, but for DJI drones is very simple, and very accurate. Here's how you do it:|
1. Open the CSV file with Excel, write down the timestamp of the very first record (e.g. 2020-10-20 3:45:32.5pm).
2. Every time the MM is recording, it puts "Recording" in the "CUSTOM.IsVideo" column. Say you took 4 videos during that flight, and you're working on the second one in DashWare: write down the first timestamp of the second group of "Recording" records (e.g. 2020-10-20 3:46:44.8pm). If you were working on the 4th video, you should have looked at the first timestamp of the fourth group of "Recording". You got the idea.
3. Calculate the difference between  and  and that's your magic Offset value (e.g. 1m 14.3s). Works like a charm.