That‘s strange, this is what I get when exporting a 9 lap session:
Please try another format and check if you get content. There is probably an issue with your data.
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LapTimer does not access the PUSH gauge directly but downloads a GPX file provided on a PUSH server. This server is obviously not available any more. I assume it is possible to access data directly (PUSH's app did this), but I'm not the person to implement that. Anyone interested can join the new De...
We had 60 laps recorded for AMP on Sunday. This is not a lot but it worked for some at least... Monika will re-check the track set - there are probably some sensible trigger settings. In case you have some incomplete recording or one that covers several laps, please export it to .hlptrl and .kml and...
- Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:36 pm
- Forum: Trouble Shooting
- Topic: Video Import from GoPro Hero4
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The direct download is supported but is pretty unreliable and slow. This is a known issue with the HERO's web server implementation. GoPro has more insights into the process and works around issues better than LapTimer can do. Using the GoPro app for transfer is a viable option but I recommend the f...
Hi, I do not have access to the PUSH guys any more. I've sent several mails but haven't heard back for weeks. I assume the accounts are closed. The format looks like it can be reverse engineered easily. However, the overall process is complex as we are talking about pulling the data from the device ...
The problem seems to be that there is another decoding process accessing the file already. When LapTimer starts decoding the file in addition, the error occurs. Well possible it is LapTimer itself that does the second access, but I'm not sure. So any reproducible sequence would be helpful.
- Mon Oct 23, 2017 2:36 pm
- Forum: Trouble Shooting
- Topic: Android - can't connect to Sony HDR
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Hi, I do not have a logging option available until the next beta - which will be in February 2018. As I do not have a AS30V for testing either, I can't reproduce the issue locally. I will need a valid connection making log to find out what the problem is, I'm sorry. Until we reach the beta, please o...
Hi, This is probably a remaining issue with iOS11. It looks like LapTimer accesses iOS's media library in a way it doesn't like since iOS11. Can you give me some more information: - Which cam has been used to record the video? - Where is it stored - in Photos or in LapTimer's own data area? - Do you...