屁股Pad. Works with DJI formatted data.What software do you use to read the log file (*.txt).I tried NotePad and WordPad neither worked.
What software do you use to read the log file (*.txt).I tried NotePad and WordPad neither worked.
Dude I’m a Pilot for prop planes, fighters and helicopters, an Engineer and Programmer in about every language and control system that exists the last 30 years. I’d agree with you if you were right.
I love this drone, it’s a great piece of equipment. Nothing is perfect. I agree it’s a great piece of equipment but I also agree there could be some improvements too. If you cannot agree to that, it’s fine. I always take responsibility for my actions and wasn’t blaming them for it, I was saying it happened and could be improved.
I really don’t care if you like it. Thanks all for the help.
Thank you!Reading it is not the problem - decoding it is. You can upload it to phantomhelp.com or airdata.com, both of which will then allow you to download a csv file containing a partial set of the data from the txt log. Or you can use @ferraript's converter which also produces a csv file, but with far more data fields, or @BudWalker's CsvView (Windows version only) which has that converter embedded.
I'm sure you are correct in terms of the relative number of flights. But I don't think it's trying hold altitude after motor start and idle because if you raise or lower it slowly it doesn't react - I think it is specifically programmed to to detect being dropped, as detected by its accelerometers, and to treat that as a transition to flight.