|time||Time in ISO8601 format|
|hMSL||Height above sea level (m)|
|velN||Velocity north (m/s)|
|velE||Velocity east (m/s)|
|velD||Velocity down (m/s)|
|hAcc||Horizontal accuracy (m)|
|vAcc||Vertical accuracy (m)|
|sAcc||Speed accuracy (m/s)|
|gpsFix||GPS fix type (3 = 3D)|
|numSV||Number of satellites used in fix|
This format may be extended in the future by adding extra columns to the right, according to a post to the gpsbabel-code mailing list. Programs designed to read FlySight data should discard any additional, unknown columns.
Using GPS Babel to convert Flysight files
You need a style file to allow GPS Babel to read the Flysight format, see FlySight.style
The command line to convert to Google Earth (KML) format is:
"gpsbabel.exe" -i xcsv,style="FlySight.style" -f "InputFile.CSV" -x transform,trk=wpt,del -o kml,lines=1,points=0,line_width=2,line_color=ff0000ff,floating=1,extrude=0,track=1,trackdata=1,trackdirection=0,units=m,labels=0 -F "OutputFile.kml"
You must supply the full path for the files in the quotes, the KML can be customised as detailed here
A batch file may help some users that are not comfortable using the command line or those looking for a quicker option. It requires the style file to be saved to the users desktop and will look for a Flysight CSV file called test.csv on the desktop to convert, outputting the converted file to the desktop as test.kml. Optionally input and output file names may be specified when calling the batch file as follows "FlySight_Convert.cmd InputFile.csv OutputFile.kml"
Other programs for converting Flysight files
Paralog allows template based export of jump data in various formats and offers a greater degree of customisation than GPS Babel.