I can see the flashing light quite clearly. It certainly does not seem to be vibrating much to my eye.
One of the errors I get is:
"Error - There is a significant difference between the detected length of the video and data, and they cannot be automatically synchronized"
OK, I started the video way too early to make *sure* the video was running before data. On video I can see the driver toggle on the DL1 a bit before data collection automatically starts with a set velocity. I can also see him toggle it off after he crosses the finish line as to not collect data during the cool down lap.
So I then start trimming the video and get this one instead:
"Error - failed to find a valid start, please check that the video recording was started before the data logger."
I also get this message:
"Analysis - The video playback takes over 30% CPU load on this PC, video playback quality may be compromised when attempting to playback more than 1 video stream"
I've tried clipping with various tolerances and reducing the size & quality all to no avail. The notebook is only a year old, purchased *for* Race analysis.
Support wrote:Can you see the light flashing in the video? The software is trying to find pixels that are just going on and off at the correct frequency. If the camera is not firmly mounted then as the camera moves the LED moves around on the screen and is unable to sync.