GPSports Data

The GPSports import is a time based import using the time of day as time­code base. The time­line and xml pro­duced by GPSports must be synced in order for the instances to match up. Use the time­line time­code pro­ce­dures to alter the time­line timecode.Export an XML file from GPSports system.

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  1. Open time­line that cor­re­sponds with GPSport data
  2. Choose File > Import > GPSports data
  3. Choose the GPSports XML data file to import.
  4. The import set­tings dia­log will open.

The import set­tings are based on cre­at­ing instances using ranges of data found in heart rate and speed.

Heart Rate uses per­cent­age of max­i­mum heart rate found in the data file for the athlete.

Start by set­ting the bot­tom of the range, then work up the text box­es. The min­i­mum range will become one greater than the max­i­mum set for the range below it.

The actu­al heart ranges are dis­played auto­mat­i­cal­ly accord­ing to percentage.

Speed uses the data found in each sam­ple in the XML file. This is a tag in the GPSports XML file.

Start by set­ting the bot­tom of the range, then work up the text box­es. The min­i­mum range will become one greater than the max­i­mum set for the range below it.

The range names can be set by typ­ing in the text box­es to the left of the ranges. The names will be used in the name of the row. This makes it eas­i­er to iden­ti­fy the speeds in the timeline.

The results pro­duce a gross time­line graph of the Speed and HR changes through­out the game.

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