Win 10, 11, 8 & 7
M1 & Intel versions
DEB & RPM packages
Tracking your fitness with smartwatches, sensors and bike computers is now commonplace. Displaying the data in videos is the next natural step
Multiple brands and data formats are compatible with Telemetry Overlay out of the box.
Add static and moving maps showing your position with different map styles or satellite imagery. Use the default MapBox styles or create your own through MapBox Studio.
Speed, distance, time, altitude, cadence, heart rate, power, slope, temperature, elevation gain, altitude vs distance, speed vs time and many more combinations and custom streams.
Availability depends on imported data.
Import more metrics from your logger and create custom gauges of any style
Create a cycling heads-up-display in moments by using the cycling preset, also valid for many other fitness activities
Copy more gauges and styles from other presets to create a custom look: drone, motorsports, aviation, sailing...
See what other users have created
Cycling at 205 beats per minute? Not a problem if you're 16!
Beautifully communicate your effort with on-screen performance metrics
A minimalistic overlay for a relaxed route video
Presets and Patterns enable a high level of visual customization
Beautiful GrandFondo in Australia with power, slope, speed and cadence
Carlos Vigo shares his MTB downhill activity
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
How to use Telemetry Overlay
Import external data from loggers and trackers and sync it to your videos
Improve the GPS signal of your GoPro camera
Learn to use satellite imagery and map styles in your videos
Comparing the GPS data from a GoPro, an Insta360 and a Garmin watch
Export options and best practices