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Fit File Repair Tool Keygen ((EXCLUSIVE))

There are two basic types of activities that you can upload to Strava: Indoor and Outdoor workouts.Strava knows if an activity was indoors or outdoors based on the simple fact of whether or not it has a map. If your activity does not have position points (latitude / longitude), Strava automatically deems it as an indoor activity. If you do an indoor workout such as a treadmill or on a trainer bike, Strava will NOT show the elevation. The reason for this is because Strava believes that elevation computed by indoor machines cannot be trusted. Whether or not that is true is up for debate... but that is just how Strava processes the data.Therefore, in order to "trick" Strava into accepting the elevation that you type into the "override elevation" box, you will need to add in some type of map. If you have ever used Zwift, you may notice that this application generates a fake map (sometimes in the South Pacific over a random island). This fake map "tricks" Strava into thinking that this is an outdoor workout. Then, the user can override the elevation if needed using my tools.You will only see the "Make a Fake Track" checkbox if none of the files you uploaded have position data AND the files have distance data. If both of these conditions are true, you will be able to see the "Make a Fake Track" box. If you check this box, my tool will create a track which is a 1 kilometer circle out in the South Pacific. You will continually go around and around the circle, depending on how much distance you accumulated in your activity. The elevation plot will be flat if the elevation is missing from your file, but you can now enter a number in the "override elevation" checkbox to get a total ascent value in your final file.Inserting Extra Fields in CSV Files

Fit File Repair Tool Keygen

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What are Extra Fields?Garmin has many types of fields that can be stored in a FIT file. First, you need to know that there is more than one type of FIT file. You can have a FIT file that stores Device Settings... or Workouts... or Schedules... or Blood Pressure... or Weight... or an Activity. Each of these FIT files have different types of data, but this tool is only concerned with Activity Files. An activity FIT file contains all sorts of data about what was recorded while you were riding/running/swimming/etc. Some of that information is probably not very interesting to you... information like device_settings or field_capabilities. Other information, such as sport (they type of sport you did), or the file_id (tells which GPS model you used) can be more useful.

GOTOES CSV FormatI've developed a simple CSV format for FIT Files exported from GOTOESStrava Tools. The idea is that in the future, you will be able to make edits to various fields in your favorite spreadsheet program, re-upload the CSV to my tools - and export a FIT file that is ready for Strava or Garmin Connect.

*WARNING*You should not check this box unless you really need it. This option slows the tool and may result in your file merge crashing if you have a lot of data/files. It is fine if you are doing a smaller merge.

I have an issue with my Stryd FileFiles from Garmin Devices with Connect IQ fields enabled seem to work well. This is because the "developer data" fields seem to be filled out correctly. Unfortunately, I have received a couple of Stryd files that do not correctly follow the specified format, and therefore cannot be read by my tool. I'm thinking of writing a "workaround," but that workaround might be ugly. At this time, I think it would be better for you to contact Stryd and ask them if they can export their files with the proper information. (opens new window)

Use Distance or Use SpeedBecause this tool is merging separate files, it needs to rebulid the index of accumulated distance. Historically, speed has simply been calculated by taking the distance divided by the amount of time to cover that distance. That calculation happens between each individual trackpoint. This works very well for almost all files - but certain devices such as rowing machines or pool swims do not record distance with fine granularity. Often, these devices will only increment the distance traveled every 100 meters. This produces a step-like graph for distance, and a staccato-like graph for speed. Fortunately, some of these devices DO record speed accurately. The default setting for this tool is "Use Distance" and I suggest you use that setting unless you are having issues with your speed graph. Otherwise, please try selecting "Use Speed." When you change the processing option, the page will reload. Also, remember that only TCX and FIT input files can have distance/speed embedded - so do not expect any changes to distance and speed if you are using GPX, CSV, or files directly transferred from Strava as your input files. If you are having trouble with smoothness of speed, maybe try the speed smothing option and/or "Interpolate Points" option in the next option field.

Smoothing ElevationThis field only applies when you interpolate your tracks. A user approached me about files that he was uploading to the Rouvy Virtual Cycling App. This app connects to a trainer and resistance is based on the grade in the GPX file. The problem was that there were spurious points in the source GPX file (from a Garmin Edge 830), which caused the trainer to nearly lock up when the pitch of the climb suddenly increased momentarily. This should help you repair your GPS tracks so that they work better with Rouvy and other virtual ride apps.

Why reduce points?Merged Files can sometimes become huge files - sometimes they are even too big for Strava to process. I have found that 30,000 track points is a safe limit when uploading FIT files to Strava. If the tool detects that you're trying to export as a FIT file, AND your file has more than 30,000 points, it will automatically select to reduce the number of points in the export. You can override this simply by changing the drop-down to not discard points (or discard fewer points)... but the tool may time-out during the merge process. This auto-reduction setting will help you avoid the time-out frustration.

How It Works:Aerobic and Anaerobic training effect are both measures provided by Garmin to estimate how "impacting" a workout was for you. The scale is from 0 to 5 where a score of 5 is "Highly Impacting" and a score of 0 is "Not Impacting." It is only possible to embed this information in a FIT file - so if you choose GPX or TCX as your Output File Format at the top, these fields will be grayed out. If any of the FIT files you upload to the tool have information in these fields, these boxes will be pre-populated with the highest value from your files. Note that you can override the values if you see fit.

How It Works:Garmin has a field in FIT activity files where you can embed a user's TARGET FTP range. If any of the FIT files you upload to the tool have information in the FTP Target field, this box will be pre-populated with the highest FTP value from your files. Note that you can override the values if you see fit. Also note that this is the TARGET FTP. If you want to insert your Threshold Power for a particular SESSION, that field is in this column, several lines below.

How It Works:Normalized Power (NP), Training Stress Score (TSS), and Intensity Factor (IF) are registered trademarks of Peaksware, LLC. (Training Peaks). These numbers have become the de-facto way to measure the intensity of cycling workouts with a power meter. If you are using the Training Peaks software and a power meter, you may want these values in your output file. Garmin Connect has also adopted using these values. If so, you will need to export from the tool in the FIT File format. If any of the FIT files you upload to the tool have data in these fields, these boxes will be pre-populated with the highest value from your files. Note that you can override the values if you see fit.

Use of this tool has grown exponentially in the last several months. I started to notice that more and more people were getting "Out of Memory" errors due to the heavy usage. For a small website, processing over a million files a year is a big ask (especially if you consider that some of the activities people are uploading have millions of data points in each file). I don't want anyone to get those error codes (500 Server error) caused by an overloaded server! I decided to make some of the heavy-hitting features available to a small group of users (i.e. Donors...) so that the tool doesn't get overloaded. Every single Strava field (power, cadence, temperature, etc.) can be merged for free if you export as GPX. The donation-only features are mostly "convenience" features or features related to other tools such as Training Peaks or Garmin Connect.

How To Fix Option 3:If all of the time stamps are bad, you may want to use my Add Timestamps Tool and select the "Time Shift" to fix this file. You can just shift all of the points to the correct date and time by specifying the correct start time, and then checking the "Time Shift" box. This should repair your file. If you still have trouble, please contact me.

How it Works:If you check this box, the total ascent from this Stream will be added to the total ascent from any other checked streams that you have checked. The total ascent in your final Strava upload will be the sum of all the Ascent Streams that you have checked. If you do not check any of the boxes, my tool will use the elevation profile to calculate a total ascent for your FIT files (GPX and TCX files, Strava will do the calculation). It is difficult to say what is most accurate - my tool's calc, Strava's calc, or the number reported by your device. The tool's calc and Strava's calc tend to be higher than the number reported by the device. To avoid surprises, you will probably want to check the ascent boxes. Another way to avoid surprises is to use the "Override Total Ascent" option down in the "Editing Data" field. Anything you enter in that field will take precedence over any other option. 350c69d7ab


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