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  1. KevMo Photog

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    Anyone have a way to view your Litchi missions before you leave the site? DJI has the editor built in to do that but have not found a way to do it with Litchi clips.
     
  2. tritongr

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    The iOS version of litchi has record screen option to capture everything in the tablet's screen. You can playback, immediatly after the flight but no edit possibilities.

    Afterwards you can upload the .csv log files of litchi to flightreplay.com to analyze your flights and see the movements of your aircraft on the map.
     
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  3. Dwilli9013

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    You could also go onto the Litchi Mission Hub. Not sure if this is available for IOS yet though.
     
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  4. KevMo Photog

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    Awesome! I had no idea how to do that! So does it play back pretty much full screen then? Because the DJI app plays back fairly small. About the size of a phone actually. Really appreciate the info!
     
  5. KevMo Photog

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    Do you upload your flights the the Mission Hub and then they are there on their site? Appreciate the help man!
     
  6. tritongr

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    Analyzing the litchi .csv log files doesn't related to litchi mission hub.

    You have to:
    1. LOGIN to flightreplay.com
    2. Upload the .csv log files (NEW TRACK ... -> SAVE)
    3. Look the analysis (MY TRACKS)
    How to access .csv files in iOS (roughly):
    1. Download and install on a winodws pc the iFunbox application
    2. Connect the iOS device to the PC in a usb port
    3. Open iFunbox
    4. Click on File Search Engine -> Shared application files -> click on Litchi icon -> Open Sandbox -> Flightlogs folder -> right click on selected log files -> copy to Computer...
     
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