ST10+ Chroma Log Converter (Download) --- Q&A

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  1. Stinger

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    raydengt2000 New Member

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    Thank you stinger.
     
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  3. Stinger

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    You're welcome. :)
    Did you try it yet?
    Hope it works on your machine too! (English Excel-Version, etc. -Should work, but could not try this here.)
     
  4. Casey Halligan

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    Any chance I can get this setup to work on my Mac?
     
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    #5 Stinger, Feb 22, 2016
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    Hi!
    Good question! Unfortunately I know close to nothing about Macs. -Ate a Big-Mac a while ago... :D;);)
    Just kidding...
    Seriously:
    I found out there is a Mac-Version of MS Office: https://products.office.com/en-us/mac/microsoft-office-for-mac
    and a Mac-Version of GPS-Babel: http://www.gpsbabel.org/download.html
    ...should work...

    But you still won't be able to use the *.bat-File to batchconvert from *.csv to *.kml
    -So you could either try to port the *.bat to the Mac-Equivalent *.sh (afaik) or you could do the *.csv to *kml conversion directly in GPSBabel using these settings:

    [​IMG]

    Would be great if you find a way to run CLC on a Mac! :)

    Greetings,
    Stinger
     
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    Yes, yes, and yes! Lol! Thank you very much. Unfortunately, I had a crash into some power lines a couple hours ago and have to wait to fly until I get a new frame. I will try these settings, and I already have MS Office on my Mac, just no way to use Dashware without running bootcamp on my Mac. I don't necessarily want to get into partitioning everything for a Windows startup disk just for Dashware, but I might consider it.

    Thank you for your reply. I would love to be able to use CLC!
     
  7. Stinger

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    I'm sorry about the crash. Hope you get the new frame soon!
    Please write again here, if you get Dashware to work with bootcamp! :) (In case you try it. -I don't like partitioning either.)
    So ChromaLogConverter.xlsm works with Office for Mac, right?
     
  8. ^pomen_GTR^

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    can the typhoon use this converter?
     
  9. Stinger

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    Depends on the flightlog.csv-file your Typhoon produces.
    If it looks like this (e.g. first two lines):
    ,fsk_rssi,voltage,current,altitude,latitude,longitude,tas,gps_used,fix_type,satellites_num,roll,yaw,pitch,motor_status,imu_status,gps_status,cgps_used,press_compass_status,f_mode,gps_pos_used,vehicle_type,error_flags1,gps_accH
    20151231 14:51:03:791,-27,12.5,0.0,0.87,47.000000,15.000000,0.01,false,3,6,-0.82,227.12,3.46,15,33,1,0,21,16,false,4,0,2.3

    it should work.
     
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    #10 nomad33fw, Mar 7, 2016
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    Yes, download RaceRender it will produce the same results. and is easy to use.
     
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    well...tested using the CLC... had some error on some gauge display...

    ended up by using st2dash for yuneec profile and use your chroma custom gauge with little gauge tweak...

    not finished playing with your gauge....but works quite good when reading the source using the yuneec typhoon profile
     
  12. Stinger

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    #12 Stinger, Mar 8, 2016
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    Hi!

    Nice to get some feedback! Thank you!

    Have you checked the variables assigned
    to each gauge in DashWare as stated in the CLC-Readme-File? There is a table in the readme with the right settings... Unfortunately I found no way to set it right for all gauges by default. (At least Users don't get bored that way... ;-) )
    This is likely the reason for wrong values in the Gauges...

    If you like, post the first two lines of one of your Thyphoon-flightlog-files here as well.
    I'd like to have a look whether it's (very) different from the Chroma-logfile...

    Greetings,
    Stinger
     
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    yeap..still playing with those assign key etc etc in dashware.. (not yet good at this)


    here is the original log from typhoon

    fsk_rssi voltage current altitude latitude longitude tas gps_used fix_type satellites_num roll yaw pitch motor_status imu_status gps_status cgps_used press_compass_status f_mode gps_pos_used vehicle_type error_flags1 gps_accH
    20160222 13:02:20:354 -40 12.4 0 0 2.69862 102.1565 0.036056 FALSE 3 17 -1.76 199.09 0.46 15 97 1 1 21 16 FALSE 2 0 1.5



    and here is after converted using st2dash program using yuneec 1.4/1.5 profile

    distance_from_start Datetime altitude fsk_rssi voltage current ascent latitude longitude tas gps_used fix_type satellites_num roll yaw pitch motor_status imu_status gps_status cgps_used press_compass_status f_mode gps_pos_used vehicle_type error_flags1 gps_accH
    0 02:20.4 0 -40 12.4 0 0 2.69862 102.1565 0.036056 FALSE 3 17 -1.76 199.09 0.46 15 97 1 1 21 16 FALSE 2 0 1.5



    here is after converted using CLC

    time no date timeofday 0YYYY 0MM 0DD 0hh 0mm 0ss 0ms YYYY MM DD hh mm ss 1000th MET_hhmmss MET_hh MET_mm MET_ss MET_days f_modeH ELEVATION_HOME TIME_LAST-TRKPNT_s DST_LAST-TRKPNT_meters SPEED-GPS_raw_kph SPEED-GPS_smooth_kph DST_HOME-UAV_meters DIR_HOME-UAV DIR_UAV-HOME DIR_HOME-4ScreenArrow latitude_takeoff longitude_takeoff delta_roll delta_yaw delta_pitch gps_used_0v1 gps_pos_used_0v1 fsk_rssi voltage current altitude latitude longitude tas gps_used fix_type satellites_num roll yaw pitch motor_status imu_status gps_status cgps_used press_compass_status f_mode gps_pos_used vehicle_type error_flags1 gps_accH
    02:20.4 1 22/02/2016 13:02:20 2016 2 22 13 2 20 354 2016 2 22 13 2 20 354 0:00:00 0 0 0 0 1 300 0 0 0 0.11348 0.09 0 0 160.91 2.69862 102.1565 0 0 0 0 0 20160222 13:02:20:354 -40 12.4 0 0 2.69862 102.1565 0.036056 FALSE 3 17 -1.76 199.09 0.46 15 97 1 1 21 16 FALSE 2 0 1.5
     
  14. Stinger

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    #14 Stinger, Mar 9, 2016
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    @^pomen_GTR^

    Good news! The fields are exactly the same as in my Chroma-log. :)
    But does your logfile contain no Commas?

    My Chroma-log looks like this:
    ,fsk_rssi,voltage,current,altitude,latitude,longitude,tas,gps_used,fix_type,satellites_num,roll,yaw,pitch,motor_status,imu_status,gps_status,cgps_used,press_compass_status,f_mode,gps_pos_used,vehicle_type,error_flags1,gps_accH
    20151231 14:51:03:791,-27,12.5,0.0,0.87,47.000000,15.000000,0.01,false,3,6,-0.82,227.12,3.46,15,33,1,0,21,16,false,4,0,2.3

    The CLC-script assumes to find commas in the logfile...

    You could try to download e.g. Notepad++ or any other decent text-editor, that allows you to replace certain characters.
    Load the logfile into the text-editor, select "search"-"replace..." from the menu, input " " (=blank) in the "Find what:"-field, and "," in the "Replace with:"-field.
    Click "Replace All" and save the file.

    Take care that the first character in the first line also has to be ","!! (Because there's no Date-Time in the header. i.e. "fsk_rssi" refers to "-40" in the second line of the example-file you sent.)

    Now your file should work with CLC!

    The rest is just setting it up correctly in DashWare. -Please follow the readme-file when doing this. -If there are more questions write here any time! :)
     
  15. ^pomen_GTR^

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    will try later..... im not really good in excell :p just basic usage.....looks like i need to work more on my excell :p
     
  16. Stinger

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    That's not about Excel. Just about replacing blanks with commas in the logfile before running Excel.
    Cheers ;)
     
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