Ability to time adjust OBD2 overlay data after the fact

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Ability to time adjust OBD2 overlay data after the fact

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Ability to time adjust OBD2 overlay data after the fact in a post processing mode if currently not available.

I did read, that this isn't currently possible and will need to be time corrected prior to recording, but for RAW videos on the device, is there anyway to post process a new overlay with time code adjustments? my OBD2 data is about 0.8 seconds behind and getting this adjusted correctly could take quite a bit of time without this type of feature.
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Re: Ability to time adjust OBD2 overlay data after the fact

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The relation between data including OBD and video can be adjusted “after the fact”. What can’t be adjusted is the relation between OBD / GPS / IMU. For overlays and the full combination of these three channel sets, OBD and IMU is where you will see a missing sync. A missing sync for GPS will not be visible.

To adjust data / video sync after the fact, select a any of the session’s lap and scroll to the video section. Select the raw video shown. Scroll down to the rows where the lap / video sync is shown. Touch any of them. Adjust the sync using the blue buttons. Ignore the frame shown, it is not always precise. Use small steps. Return to lap details and press Play to check the sync. Repeat if required.

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Re: Ability to time adjust OBD2 overlay data after the fact

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ah, thank you harry! sorry to be ignorant, what is IMU?
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Inertial measurement unit. This is a generalization of acceleration, gyro, etc
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