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Send me a message via the contact form or on one of the forums where I am present, explaining as precisely as possible the problem encountered. In a second step, I may ask you to send me the log/logs that cause the problems. I am very reactive and never leave a bug without correction.

  • ST10/ST10+ radio controller (Typhoon Q500, Q500 4K): the flight log CSV files are on the SD Card in
    SD Card/flightlog/Telemetry_*.
    Plug the ST10 controller to your computer via USB cord and copy the files to your computer, or extract the SD card from the controller, insert it in your computer (you may need a card reader), and copy the files to your computer.
  • ST16 radio controller (Typhoon H, Typhoon H520) : the flight log CSV files are in the controller's flash memory in
    Internal Storage/FlightLog/Telemetry/Telemetry_*.
    Plug the ST16 controller to your computer via USB cord and copy the files to your computer.
  • ST24 radio controller (Tornado H920) : the flight log CSV files are in the controller's flash memory in
    Internal Storage/FlightLog/Telemetry/Telemetry_*.
    Plug the ST24 controller to your computer via USB cord and copy the files to your computer.

You can also directly push your flight logs to WebFlightPath.com from your ST16 ground station, see this video:

Because no real flight data were found in the flight log CSV file. This is the case for example when you switch on both the controller and the copter without taking off and flying, because the logging process starts immediately after switching on the remote controller and the drone.

Warnings are error codes found in the flight logs. These codes are bitwise valued (8bits), in e.g a warning code 33 stands for a warning code 32 as a compass calibration warning with an additional code 1 warning corresponding to a voltage warning. When you submit a flight log containing warning error codes, WebFlightPath automaticaly parse and decode them in human readable strings. The number beside the acronym string is the number of times the warning appears in the flight log (occurences).

Warning stringAcronymWarning error code
AIRPORT_WARNINGAW128
FLYAWAY_CHECKER_WARNINGFCW64
COMPASS_CALIBRATION_WARNINGCCW32
HIGH_TEMPERATURE_WARNINGHTW16
COMPLETE_MOTOR_ESC_FAILURECMEF8
MOTOR_FAILSAFE_MODEMFM4
VOLTAGE_WARNING2VW12
VOLTAGE_WARNING1VW21

The GPX profile is definitly the one to use. Download the GPX file corresponding to you flight log and use it directly with DashWare.

Yes ! Just add the video ID from the « My Videos » menu. You must be a registered to submit videos. Please note that WebFlightPath does not host video files, you must provide the link from an hosted Youtube video file.

The avatar image on your profile's page is taken from Gravatar.com. An « avatar » is an image that represents you online, a little picture that appears next to your name when you interact with websites. A Gravatar is a Globally Recognized Avatar. You upload it and create your profile just once, and then when you participate in any Gravatar-enabled site like WebFlightPath, your Gravatar image will automatically follow you there.

If you see this message right after clicking the button, it means that your flight log does not contain any valid geolocation data. Presumably your flight log contains only zero longitudes and latitudes coordinates.

At the moment, WebFlightPath.com is best viewed with:

  • Chrome
  • Chromium
  • Firefox
  • Opera

Other browsers do not correctly support SVG format.

This message is fired when CSV headers are not conform to the expected ones. This can happen if you modified the original csv file. Keep in mind that the csv file must be uploaded without any changes.

This short video demonstrates how to use WebFlightPath.com KML and KMZ auto-generated files with Google Earth to get a 3D flight animation.

The first thing to do is to try to get back into the lower limits of your quota. To do this, you can delete as many log files as necessary. Shaded files are good candidates for deletion !

 

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