Change log for RaceChrono v4.2.4 for Android
July 17th, 2015 by aol

Change log for RaceChrono v4.1.5 for Android (17.7.2015):

  • Added Picture-in-picture for hardware accelerated video export (Android 4.4 and later) (Pro)
  • Added fading in and out for exported video and audio (audio fading for hardware accelerated export only) (Pro)
  • Improved overlay editor (Pro)
  • Improved visual cue for adjusting video sync: Millisecond adjustments now move graph and map instead of the video (Pro)
  • Added WiFi configuration button to GoPro status box (Pro)
  • Added separate support for GoPro 4 (Pro)
  • Added Air/Fuel ratio OBD-II channel
  • Fixed GoPro 3/3+ sometimes not adding sync points (Pro)
  • Fixed GoPro IP-address input did not allow entering dots (Pro)
  • Fixed sometimes mixed icons in Upgrade screen (Free)
  • Fixed user interface’s saved state was lost on every app update. The state will be lost upon installing this version for the final time, sorry.
  • Fixed: While recording video, switched app to background and came back, the correct live recording screen page was not resumed (Pro)
  • Fixed multiple GoPro 4 issues (Pro)
  • Fixed camera shutdown issue when live screen was rotated (Pro)
  • Extended export trial from 45 seconds to 120 seconds
  • Fixed partially broken video sync adjust (Pro)
  • Fixed GoPro camera sometimes switched off after 30 seconds delay while still recording (Pro)
  • Fixed video recording on some devices (Samsung Camera 2, Tab 2) (Pro)
  • Fixed some (custom) video overlay layout problems (Pro)
  • Fixed overlay editor preview gauges when whole session was selected (Pro)
  • Fixed several track auto-selection bugs
  • Fixed manual track selection when no network connectivity
  • Fixed export and graphs for sessions with two data logger devices
  • Fixed “show relative times” setting was not saved
  • Fixed rare crash in lap and video lists

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Tutorial: Remote controlling GoPro action camera with RaceChrono Pro
May 12th, 2015 by aol

I’ve added remote controlling of GoPro HERO 3, 3+ and 4 cameras to RaceChrono Pro v4.1. Setting it up is probably not completely obvious at first, so this feature probably deserves a tutorial of its own. I might create a video of it later when all pieces of GoPro support is done, such as automatic WiFi connection, but for now a small write-up with screenshots should do just fine!
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Tutorial: Linking videos from external cameras to RaceChrono Pro
July 28th, 2014 by aol

I’ve just published RaceChrono Pro v3.20 which has a new feature for linking video files from external cameras such as GoPro. As it’s quite hard to explain, I’ve created a small tutorial on how to use it:

And here’s the finished exported video from that tutorial. Notice the only software used in making of this video was RaceChrono Pro!

The video it self is recorded with GoPro3+ black edition with 720p setting. It was supposed to be 24 hours race, so the 720p setting was to make memory cards last longer.

RaceChrono Pro released!
May 19th, 2014 by aol

I’m very happy to present you RaceChrono Pro! Like the standard version, it is a bulletproof lap timer app for Android, but now with added features for recording videos with integrated camera, video analysis of recorded laps, and exporting videos with overlaid gauges to services such as YouTube.

RaceChrono Pro is available for phones with Android 4.0 or later. The price is 17.99 EUR in EU countries and $19.99 elsewhere. Click here to get it:

Android app on Google Play

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RaceChrono v2.30 for Android released
July 14th, 2013 by aol

I’ve finally released RaceChrono version 2.30 for Android! I’ve implemented gauges for viewing all live data, such as current speed or altitude, and support for VBOX Sport, OBD-II readers and RaceDAC. In the future the new hardware support will be available through affordable in-app purchases, but during testing period it will be free for everyone. Click the button below to get it! See the full change log for details.

Android app on Google Play

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RaceChrono v2.20 for Android released
February 24th, 2013 by aol

I’ve just released RaceChrono version 2.20 for Android! I’ve implemented some important features such as Standing starts, Map markers and Colored driving line. I’ve also made several usability improvements such as support for graphics acceleration and improved usability. Click the button below to get it! See the full change log for details.

Android app on Google Play

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RaceChrono v2.0 for Android released (first public beta)
June 3rd, 2012 by aol

Good news everyone, I’ve just released the first public beta of RaceChrono v2.0 for Android! It is still missing lot of features, but I feel it’s something to be little bit proud of, and I’m sure that most of you will enjoy it. Click the button below to get it!

Android app on Google Play

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Version v1.43b fixes the Virtual Keyboard issue with Windows Mobile
June 9th, 2011 by aol

I’ve just uploaded the v1.43b for WM Professional which fixes the missing Virtual Keyboard bug. Sorry for not fixing this earlier!

Version v1.43 is now available
May 22nd, 2011 by aol

Version v1.43 for Symbian is now available, see the download section. New things on v1.43 are:

– Expiration date removed, now you can use it forever for free.
– Landscape mode fixed on Nokia N8/E7
– GPS refresh rate set to 5 Hz automatically on MTK based chipsets (if not already 10 Hz).

UPDATED: Windows versions now available too!

RaceChrono 2.0 (updated)
February 11th, 2011 by aol

While taking a break from developing RaceChrono to build my house, it has been good time to think about the future. Truth is that the phones RaceChrono currently supports are either old or otherwise not in par with the competition – so much more can be done with more modern platforms like Android or iPhone.
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