Export data from DDA?

Jun 2016
453
385
Austin, TX
Is it possible to export the data from the DDA? Would like to get GPS/Speed etc for overlay on video, but wasn't sure if it was possible to export.
 
Jun 2015
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170
Orange County, CA
I've used an android app to get it to csv I believe.. you can then upload to a program that will overlay that data onto a GoPro video.. forgot then name of the app
 
Jun 2016
453
385
Austin, TX
Velocity Ferocity: DDA Converter

This is what I had used previously. It will convert the files to CSV format.
There is an android app, but I was having some issues with it. I just emailed the guy my files and he converted them for me.
Yeah, I found this last night and got it installed. It crashes when attempting to open the DDA file. :mad:

It opens up just fine on it's own, but doesn't do so well with one of the DDA files. I've got the latest DDA+ for my 2016 1299s, so I'm guessing the file format may have changed slightly.

I think it's a bit lame that the Prosa software is unable to export this data natively.. The website is utter garbage. This was one of the things I was really interested in when I bought the Ducati. I liked the idea that it was built in and could provide additional data.

However, my old Qstarz 10hz GPS with RaceChrono software on my phone did a much better job overall. I was able to get most all of the data I was interested in and I didn't have to worry about setting the start/finish with a lap button like I do on the Ducati. It already had the track loaded in the software on the phone with start/finish and splits around the track, so the moment the GPS picked you up crossing the start/finish it would register that as the beginning and end of a lap. Not built in, but it worked pretty well and I could export out the data very easily for use in other applications like Racerender/Dashware.
 
Jun 2012
352
74
SoCal
Yeah, I found this last night and got it installed. It crashes when attempting to open the DDA file. :mad:

It opens up just fine on it's own, but doesn't do so well with one of the DDA files. I've got the latest DDA+ for my 2016 1299s, so I'm guessing the file format may have changed slightly.

I think it's a bit lame that the Prosa software is unable to export this data natively.. The website is utter garbage. This was one of the things I was really interested in when I bought the Ducati. I liked the idea that it was built in and could provide additional data.

However, my old Qstarz 10hz GPS with RaceChrono software on my phone did a much better job overall. I was able to get most all of the data I was interested in and I didn't have to worry about setting the start/finish with a lap button like I do on the Ducati. It already had the track loaded in the software on the phone with start/finish and splits around the track, so the moment the GPS picked you up crossing the start/finish it would register that as the beginning and end of a lap. Not built in, but it worked pretty well and I could export out the data very easily for use in other applications like Racerender/Dashware.
I used to have this problem but was solved by using gmail (and only gmail) to mail the files to yourself. it never failed again
 
May 2014
504
341
London, UK
What particular problem are you referring to that was solved by gmailing the files pedrin?
 
Apr 2012
87
15
California
Yeah, I found this last night and got it installed. It crashes when attempting to open the DDA file. :mad:

It opens up just fine on it's own, but doesn't do so well with one of the DDA files. I've got the latest DDA+ for my 2016 1299s, so I'm guessing the file format may have changed slightly.

I think it's a bit lame that the Prosa software is unable to export this data natively.. The website is utter garbage. This was one of the things I was really interested in when I bought the Ducati. I liked the idea that it was built in and could provide additional data.

However, my old Qstarz 10hz GPS with RaceChrono software on my phone did a much better job overall. I was able to get most all of the data I was interested in and I didn't have to worry about setting the start/finish with a lap button like I do on the Ducati. It already had the track loaded in the software on the phone with start/finish and splits around the track, so the moment the GPS picked you up crossing the start/finish it would register that as the beginning and end of a lap. Not built in, but it worked pretty well and I could export out the data very easily for use in other applications like Racerender/Dashware.
Try emailing the person who created it (TJ), he was very quick and helpful in sending me back the files in CSV format.
 
Jun 2012
352
74
SoCal
What particular problem are you referring to that was solved by gmailing the files pedrin?
exactly what X183 describes, the app crashing when I try to open the file attached in any email other than gmail. dont ask me why but it worked 100%. it would be nice if anyone can replicate this, my be it is just my old android phone idiosyncrasy...
 
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