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Lastly, you will need to download the .jar file that does the actual encoding:
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Lastly, you will need to download the sync agent that retrieves the data from the android phone/tablet and can encode the video
  
http://torque-bhp.com/downloads/TorqueEncoder-v6.jar
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[http://torque-bhp.com/downloads/TorqueEncoder8.jar Windows/Linux] 
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[http://torque-bhp.com/downloads/TorqueSyncInstaller.zip Mac OS X]
  
  
(Double-click the .jar file to start it running, follow the (hopefully simple) instructions on the screen. This should work on Linux, OS X, and Windows.
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After installing/downloading, double-click the TorqueSync file and an icon should appear in your task bar / system tray.   Right clicking this icon will give you access to the Encoding menu where you can then encode videos
 
 
'''ICS (Android 4.0) users'''  You will need to manually copy the 'trackRecorder' folder on your devices memory card to c:\ (or another drive like d:\) temporarily to get the importer to see the videos - this is due to a change in the way ICS works which will be fixed in an update soon!
 

Revision as of 22:42, 4 May 2012

Exporting Video from the Track Recorder Plugin

(Please note the exporter is beta and may contain small bugs)

Encoding is currently done on a Windows / Mac OS X or Linux based PC. To use the encoder please follow the steps outlined below:

Video exporter window

To install

Firstly, you will need to download Java and install it:

http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp


Secondly, you will need to download and install this utility: http://www.xuggle.com

the LGPL versions of the installers for which are mirrored here:

OS X Windows

-sources-

OS X src Windows src


IMPORTANT! Reboot after installing Xuggler or the next step will not work


Lastly, you will need to download the sync agent that retrieves the data from the android phone/tablet and can encode the video

Windows/Linux Mac OS X


After installing/downloading, double-click the TorqueSync file and an icon should appear in your task bar / system tray. Right clicking this icon will give you access to the Encoding menu where you can then encode videos