Heads-Up Display for drone videos

Add GPS and sensor metrics to your drone footage

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Easy software for custom video dashboards

Telemetry Overlay

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.

GPS and metrics for GoPro, DJI, Insta360, Garmin, GPX...


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  • $249
  • $149

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  • Perpetual License
  • No recurring fees
  • + 1 Year Updates & Support

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Win 10, 11, 8 & 7

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M1 & Intel versions

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DEB & RPM packages


How to add GPS and sensor data to drone videos?

Most drones record their own telemetry data for safety reasons, but GPS and sensor metrics can also enhance both professional and hobbyist activities.

Supported data formats
  • DJI: Via video subtitle data, AirData and Litchi CSV logs. Works for Mavic, FPV, Mini, Air, FPV, Matrice...
  • Parrot: Via video metadata (Disco, Anafi) and AirData
  • Autel: Via AirData CSV logs. models Evo, Nano & Lite
  • Yuneec: Via AirData CSV logs
  • AirData: See other supported brands/models
  • FPV: Drones equipped with GoPro (HERO5 and newer)
  • Other: Controllers with OpenTX, devices that run ArduPilot and any drone that can record or export GPX files or other supported formats
  • More: Test your video data with the free Telemetry Overlay Trial.
Gauges and presets for drones included

  • Customizable GPS path with map/satellite
  • Performance gauges like altitude, orientation, speed, distance, attitude (pitch & roll)
  • Health metrics like battery, voltage or temperature
  • Control data such as thumb stick movement and gimbal position
  • Hundreds of other gauges and custom streams from CSV file columns

Availability depends on the data each device records

How to retrieve AirData CSV files

AirData CSV logs enable many more metrics than the videos include by default.

  • Register in AirData.com. A free account suffices.
  • Upload your flight logs to AirData. See instructions
  • Go To AirData.com > My Flights > My Logs, select your flight by date and download it as CSV

If the video contains GPS data, the CSV log will sync automatically. Otherwise you might need to adjust sync manually.

Easy to use
  • Drag-and-drop intuitive interface
  • Customize shapes, colors and sizes
  • Sync external data to camera time automatically in optimal conditions
  • Lots of video tutorials and a helpful community
Have more questions? Check out the instructions manual, the tutorials, ask the community, experiment with the Trial version, or get in touch.

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