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Explorer
Posts: 11,233
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format
But how many satellites were overhead and what was the kp index when you couldn't get good GPS. I've been flying drones for years and know for a fact that open field and clear sky only tells you a fraction of what you need to know for estimating good GPS signal. Phones will always get better GPS because they are assisted by cell towers.
Hiker
Posts: 29
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format
Hello

[Hero6 black]

I have used the free version for one of my files

https://tailorandwayne.com/gopro-telemetry-extractor/

After waiting a while , I'have choosen the CSV file

My trip was in Luxembourg (between France Belgium and Germany)

And there are 5 columns Of interest
1 is the time (on row per second)
Perfect for position (for speed I hope for 10 to 18 Hz)

One column is home longitude
One is home latitude

One is GPS longitude
One is GPS latitude.

I have imported the file I Google maps, and the coordinate are in New Zéland ( a beautiful country but ..)

Does anyone have idea about what is going on ?

The coordinates looks strange ...

Regards for your ansmers
Nomad
Posts: 177
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format
Hey @pd45pd45 , I'm a bit confused. Where are you seeing those columns? I don't think any GoPro cameras record home coordinates. You can send me the video file privately for analysis. Or the LVR file if you keep it.
Hiker
Posts: 29
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format
Thank you kajuna, ii will do it , probably next week end ! It is very kind !
I see the column in the resulting CSV file !
Hiker
Posts: 29
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format
Hello Kajuna !

I owe thousands of apologizes to you !
Hiker
Posts: 29
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format
After double check , my video files was WITHOUT GPS data (something went wrong)

Thus your extractor must have extract default data ...

Anyway ! I have checked first (by Quick tm) the presence of GPS data on a different video file
And it works perfectly !

My car was on the road drawed on the map !

For your information my final ambition is to use Dashware for adding beautiful gauges on my car trips .
And using extra data provided by a blue tooth On Board Diagnostic device which send data to an Android app (mine is In Car Doc Pro) that will provide rpm, wheel speed, and phone GPS data.

As you can guess, the main issue will be the synchronisation of the CSv file.

(The video extracted file will be of course the reference!)

Thank you again for your work !
Nomad
Posts: 177
Re: Extracting the metadata in a useful format

@anubisher6blck Yes, what you were seeing was sample data in the GPS viewer. However, if you want to export a CSV, you'll get better results directly from the Telemetry Extractor instead of the GPS Viewer (the viewer supports other formats like DJI drone logs, so the information you get is not that GoPro-specific).

Hope you create great trip videos. Feel free to share them in the "Post your videos" section if you want :)