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snapdog

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Could you explain your settings and what project template you're using? It looks interesting but not sure where it gets the data from. I would assume you must download your flight data files as well? Thanks!
 

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Wow... that's beautiful, especially the Mini tilt indicator :)
 

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Can you share that template please. Love the little drones
 

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And where did you get all those gauges. I can only see the ones the software comes with. I’m new to using it. Any help would be great
 

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Greetings!

I too would be interested in knowing where I can get these gauges and templates/profiles for Dashware.

I am new to the software, have been experimenting with it, but have not been able to find any of these awesome looking gauges.

Do assist!
 

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That would be sooo nice to have another OSD Features.
Please take it into an App to set the different Views would be soooo nice.
 

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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 [2] and [1] and that's your magic Offset value (e.g. 1m 14.3s). Works like a charm.

Version 2 attached:
- changed "altitude" to "height" to make clear it's not absolute elevation but relative to takeoff point
- added metric gauge
- better instructions


original Post: ( DashWare Profile )
 

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