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What's happen during our flight in FSX ?

The use of VivendoByte Fsx Logger is simple. Once you have activate your license, the main window is the following:



Simply click on "Start" button to begin recording of the flight data: by default, every 500 ms VivendoByte Fsx Logger get following data:

- aircraft clock
- stall condition
- on-ground aircraft condition
- latitude
- longitude
- altitudine
- ground altitude
- vertical speed
- heading
- true airspeed
- overflown terrain type
- bank
- rpm engine 1
- rpm engine 2
- rpm engine 3
- rpm engine 4
- fuel weight
- aircraft weight
- fuel flow engine 1
- fuel flow engine 2
- fuel flow engine 3
- fuel flow engine 4
- beacon light status
- cabin light status
- landing light status
- logo light status
- navigation light status
- panel light status
- ricognition light status
- strobe light status
- taxi light status
- wing light status
- indicated airspeed
- barometer adjustment (QNH, indicated in Hg)
- simulation rate
- flaps status
- aircraft name
- throttle engine 1
- throttle engine 2
- throttle engine 3
- throttle engine 4
- system clock
- gear status
- autopilot master status
- overspeed status
- 'slew mode' status
- unlimited fuel status
- main door status
- realism
- collision status
- collision with others aircrafts status
- parking brakes
- gear retractable
- ambient in cloud
- engine type
- time of day

All these data will be used to calculate a lot of statistics about the flight; these statistics will be presented with diagram and graphics, but not only.