Finally! An easy all-in-one way to create a heads-up display for your action videos and drone footage. Compatible with multiple camera brands and data formats, including GoPro, DJI, Insta360, Garmin, GPX and many more. Merge consecutive videos with GPS data, sync the telemetry of multiple sources, customize your gauges and much more.
Win 10, 11, 8 & 7
Apple Silicon & Intel
DEB & RPM packages
How to add camera data and external logger metrics into your 360 video workflow? See the necessary steps for both 360 outputs and reframed flat videos
Easily create VR experiences with metrics as shown in this tutorial.
See the tutorial about this workflow.
Learn it with this tutorial.
Popular 360 cameras are directly supported, but other external data formats are also compatible, thus enabling an almost unlimited range of data streams.
Test your data with the free Telemetry Overlay Trial.
Preloaded templates and dedicated gauges allow fast workflows for multiple activities and use cases.
See what other users have created
The Equirectangular VR option lets you place gauges in 360 space
Racing in immersive VR with a heads-up-display? Yes!
360 video can create a multi-camera experience
Ride a high school rocket with custom sensors and full 360 coverage
Immersive aviation videos with a floating instrument panel are now possible
Drones + 360 cameras + Telemetry Overlay = Iron Man
Professionals and hobbyists alike are joining the Telemetry club
Excellent program that provides better gauges than others. Works great with GoPro, DJI, and other action cameras/drones. Easy to use and great results.
For users who want to have GPS info and great graphics in one simple easy to use package, this is the software for you
What a really great piece of work this app is. So easy to use and the recent update with racing in mind (laps and lean angle for bikes!) is fantastic
Learn to use the software
Learn to create both reframed and professional 360 videos with data
Hugh Hou shares his workflow from Telemetry Overlay to Davinci Resolve
Export options and best practices