These leading logger vendors have added TrackVision integration to their flagship data analysis applications. TrackVision is seamlessly integrated with Racepak’s IQ3 & G2X and Datalink II, and with MoTeC’s ADL2 and i2Pro.
With your data and video opened in i2Pro or DatalinkII, a single click launches TrackVision with your video and data loaded, synchronized, and ready to save. What could be easier than
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The TrackVision Desktop processes video files, which tend to be extremely large. Raw digital video from your camcorder can require around 1Gbyte of disk storage for every 5 minutes of video! A fast PC with plenty of memory and disk storage is essential. We recommend a fairly recent Dual Core processor with 1Gb RAM and more than 100Gb of disk storage. CD and DVD recording drives are an obvious advantage. TrackVision runs best on Windows Vista or Windows XP, but will also run on Windows ME and Windows 98 SE. Please be sure to install all current OS patches on your system. There is nothing worse than a buggy operating system :-(
How does it work?
TrackVision combines video and data to produce a composite video with data overlayed in a virtual dashboard. The TrackVision Desktop application lets you view and synchronize the raw video and data, set track timing markers on a track map, select from a range of virtual data dashboards to display the data, set the start and end point for the finished video, play & review the video, select the type and resolution of the finished video, and save it to a file, a CD or a DVD.
Producing a TrackVision video involves three steps:
1. Download video from your camcorder and data from your data acquisition system to your PC
2. Use TrackVision Desktop to synchronize the video with the data, set track timing markers, set the start and end points of the merged video, select the appropriate virtual data dashboard, and reviewing the finished video.
3. Select the desired resolution and file type, and saving the finished movie to a file on the PC, to a CD, or to a DVD.
Can I download a trial copy?
Yes, you can download the trial version of TrackVision Desktop here.
When you install the software before purchase, you will be able to use all of the features except:
You can explore the complete product before purchase. Once you purchase and register the product, these two limitations will be removed, of course!
Download the TrackVision file, and click Open from the Download dialog, or double click the saved file to begin installation.
Check the box in the final installation screen to run the program.
After you buy and install TrackVision, you will see this dialog when you run it.
You must register the product for full functionality to be enabled.