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Flight recorder playback w/stats

Discussion in 'DJI Go App' started by Mark Krieger, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. Mark Krieger

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    Hi all - hoping for a little guidance, if possible.

    I have the most current Android version of the Pilot App. In some of the videos I've seen, I notice the battery level, altitude, distance, etc under the main header of the app during playback.

    During my playback, I don't see this information anywhere. I'm searching everywhere in the app to find on where to turn it on, but can't seem to locate it.

    Does anyone know if this is an iOS only feature, or am I missing something in the settings?
     
  2. Scotflieger

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    On the iOS version if you tap the screen during playback, all the flight data is removed. A second tap restores it. See if this works for you.
     
  3. Mark Krieger

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    Yes, that happens on Android as well - so you only get the map and none of the data. It doesn't do anything to show/hide that extra line of info.
     
  4. Scotflieger

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    Yes, the range/speed/battery ribbon is a very useful feature on the iOS version. The data should be available and displayable for Android users.
     
  5. Tony P

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    Okay, I remember reading about a month back where somebody was talking about the video playback on your computer in some instances had the option of the flight data being shown or displayed with the video. Was I imagining this or is it a feature that I cannot seem to find.
    Thanks
    Tony
     
  6. dmelle

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    Tony,

    I think what you may be talking about is in the General Setting of the app. "Video Caption". This basically creates a .srt file for each video. The .srt file can be played back in a video player like VLC as a subtitle. I have it turned on in my app and it appears to work, but it is not as useful as I had hoped for my uses..

    If I misunderstood what you were looking for, I apologize ;)
     
  7. Tony P

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    Thanks Dmelle
    I will get into it and have a play.
    Cheers
    Tony