Most of the recent Insta360 cameras can record GPS data if paired with a compatible GPS-enabled accessory: One X3, One RS, One R, One X2, One X, Pro. Other models may also be supported. The GPS data is recorded if the setting is enabled and a compatible device is linked: the GPS remote, the mobile app, one of the smartwatch apps...
Additionally, accelerometer and gyroscope data are generally recorded when shooting in INSV format or Pro/FlowState stabilization. To read these streams, enable "Read accel & gyro" in the general Settings of Telemetry Overlay.
Speedometer, GPS Path, Accelerometer, Altitude, Distance, Slope, Dynamic Map, Gyroscope, Bearing, Acceleration (GPS), Time & Date, Lap Timer, Pace, Vertical Speed, Elevation Gain, Coordinates, Altitude vs Distance, Lean Angle (2 wheel), Airspeed, Altimeter, Heading Indicator, Turn Coordinator, Vertical Speed Indicator, Longitudinal Acceleration (GPS), Acceleration (speed-based), Lateral Acceleration (GPS), Zero to Speed, Distance Timer, Attitude Estimate, GPS Path + Compass, Distance Home, Shutter Speed, Custom, Dynamic Text, Static Title, Static Image and Watermark.
Availability may vary between devices and recording conditions.
If using a non-360 lens or shooting mode (4K, 1 Inch, Steadycam), note that the Insta360 app is only capable of recording the GPS data if the Pro mode is enabled, not Basic or Quick. These modes can be changed from the camera itself (not the app) by clicking on the resolution. When using the GPS Remote, GPS data is recorded even if the Basic/Quik mode is selected. Another important limitation of the phone app is that the phone needs to have the screen on for the entire recording. Otherwise the data is not recorded correctly. For these reasons, the GPS Remote or even the smartwatch apps are recommended.
Some Insta360 models record the data to the LRV file instead of the main video. In those cases import the main video first and then the data by selecting the LRV from the Telemetry section.
Telemetry Overlay supports most video formats and dozens of embedded and external data formats.
Gauges can be customized to a great extent, but presets and defaults can make the user experience extremely easy.
Map and satellite imagery is available for representing GPS data.
Export formats for both professional and social use are available.
Lots of documentation, tutorials and an active community help achieve great results.
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