Thanks. I'll make the error message in the next version specify that you need to save/export as a CSV.My first suggestion -- it is rather minor, mind you, is that it wasn't obvious that the 'log file' had to be a CSV file. I kept trying to feed it my diablo logs, which it didn't like.
Right, the other parameter used is "time" and that's included automatically in every log so you don't have to choose that. When selecting MPH, choose the one that says "Vehicle Speed x64". The "x64" vehicle speed gives vehicle speed down to two decimal places which makes for higher precision dyno graphs/curves. The regular "vehicle speed" parameter works fine too, but I like the "x64" one better because not as much smoothing is required on the graphs so you get every little nuance in the power curves.Engine RPM and vehicle speed (MPH)
Thanks for checking it out. I look forward to working with people on this forum to design improvements and new features for future versions too. We've been in the software business for over a decade have a history of quick turnaround on fixes and new features on our software so I look forward to hearing any feedback you might have.Sweet, I just downloaded the program and I'll put it on my windows box this eveng and give it a try. If it works I'll purchase tomorrow...
Welcome to the forum guys!!!! looking forward to using the product!!!