OSX or Windows app for overlays

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Re: OSX or Windows app for overlays

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That's o.k. too. Now, select any lap from Lap List which is covered by the video. Press "Edit" and press "New Video". Now, select your video and follow the instructions (to select the frame matching the laps end etc).

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Thank you. That bit I am clear with. I've previously done them using ifunbox etc to copy the videos over. ios 8.3 killed that.
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It will work again once LapTimer v19 is out (1 week). It opens access for iFunbox and iBrowse when running iOS8.3

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Re: OSX or Windows app for overlays

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FYI, and probably a non issue once v19 is out but, this is what you get via iTunes when trying to sync images if you have iCloud photos enabled.
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apologies for the image size! stupid retina display
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That's not iOS specific, it seems one can use one or the other. Need to update the docs anyway...

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Re: OSX or Windows app for overlays

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Uh... Garmin Virb Edit does this. Very well actually.

http://www8.garmin.com/support/download ... sp?id=6593

You don't have to own a Virb to use it either. I actually don't. I use Harry's or other apps plus my GoPro footage. You can even combine multiple files from different cameras and sync them all.

I'm sure Harry would come up with something great, but if you're looking for something now... check it out.
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How do you import data from Harry's LapTimer. The exported GPX files I tried to open failed...

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Harry wrote:Currently, there is no MacOSX desktop software around doing this. The options preferred for LapTimer are Dashware and TrackVision - both PC. Time required will not necessarily be shorter (this would require hardware acceleration of video encoding integrated into the software - like iOS has), but at least the space problem is going away. I have a Harry's desktop version planned but feel it will get later this year (instead of Spring).

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What about RaceRender, will it work?
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Harry wrote:I have a Harry's desktop version planned but feel it will get later this year (instead of Spring).

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Would this be Mac OS X only, or cross-platform mac/windows, if/when it does come out?
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