Check flight log of DJI drone: View flight pathHere, we introduce how to Check the flight log of DJI drone, how to View flight path. Click here for more information on DJI Mavic Mini.
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Check with the DJI Fly appFirst, this is a simple way to check the flight log using the DJI Fly app.
Tap the icon to start playing the log. Information such as drone position, distance from home point, speed, battery level, Wi-Fi strength, etc. will be updated as time passes.
Tap icon during log playback to change the playback speed to 2x, 4x, or 8x.
If you drag the timeline at the bottom of the screen to the left or right, you can immediately recall the state of any time.
Write log to video file
With DroneViewer , you can play the video and display the log recorded subtitle track graphically.
Using AIRDATA serviceAIRDATA is a flight record analysis site that visualizes drone flight logs uploaded to the cloud. If you are using supported Parrot or DJI drone, simply register each account and it will automatically upload and analyze the flight log. You can manage all drone flight logs at once. You can use it free of charge if you only manage 100 flights recently. See How to use AIRDATA: Managing drone flight logs in the cloud for details.
Extract log text fileIn the DJI Fly app, the flight log “DJIFlightRecord” is saved in the form of a text file. If you take this out to a computer and apply it to various tools, you can check the detailed flight log. However, the extracted text file cannot be viewed directly with an editor.
For Windows PC / Mac OS Mojave or earlier
Flight logs are stored in the “FlightRecords” folder. Take the entire folder.
For detailed instructions, please refer to How to insert / extract files in iPhone with iTunes (Japanese) page.
For Mac OS Catalina or later
Flight logs are stored in the “FlightRecords” folder. Drag and drop the whole folder to the desktop, for example.
View log text with DJI Flight Log ViewerDJI Flight Log Viewer , an online service developed by Mike Singer, who operates the DJI product information site Mavic Help , makes it easy to visualize log text retrieved from the DJI Fly app.
Click [Small | Medium | Large] at the bottom right of the map to change the display area of the map on the screen.