I changed my tire size and my speed displayed on overlay and on camera display shows the wrong speed. Can you add an option to correct speed for tire size or an option to use GPS speed instead of OBD-2 speed.
We will pick GPS speed as default values when available, if there isn’t GPS signal, we will roll back to use the speed from OBD-II. How differently does it look like in your videos? Is it possible that you are not selecting the correct unit system?
My camera has always used OBD-2 it has always been the same as my Scanguage ODB reader. Using my GPS on my phone provides the correct speed. I am set to Mph on the camera and at 75 Mph indicated on GPS Waylens displays 71 MPH. I am requesting a speed offset to correct OBD-2 data error due to non standard tire size.
Sorry for the misunderstanding, now I see. However in my opinion, the speed offset for your specific tire size should be calculated and compensated by the ECU in your car. And we can consider to add an option in camera to allow using GPS speed instead of OBD-II speed.
Added to the feature request thread, but I agree with @VincentSun that you should properly set up the ECU instead of looking for GPS speed.
My waylens is always about 3-14mph off, the higher the speed, the bigger the gap, will we just be able to just manually choose to use OBD speed instead of gps? Given that i always have gps signal, I prefer OBD given speed instead of GPS. Thanks!
Okay, we probably will add an option in the preferences so that users can pick their preferred speed source from OBD-II or GPS when available. Thank you.
This past Sunday I ran a half mile event in Aguadilla Puerto Rico (posted 2 Videos). My car was runing 162 MHP in the 1/2 but all the videos that I took were stuck at 158. At that point my speedometer on the dash was also stuck while the car was still acelerating. In my previous event my car was trapping 152 MPH so I didn’t notice the issue.
Probably having the ability to pick GPS speed instead of OBD would allow me to display my speed correctly on the videos.
Currently our SW uses the speed from GPS as default source. If possible, please export the raw data of the video and send it to me for a quick check.
How to export raw data?
In Waylens Studio – File – Export Raw Data – Export as .csv file
zip this file and send it to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Awesome! Looking forward to it thanks so much!
My video I took 2 days ago rendering using MacBook air also stuck at 158! There must be a bug. Waylens please fix.
This feature has been implemented in 1.3.6
If you meant to report a new issue, please export the raw data of the video and send it to me for a check. my email: email@example.com