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Offline Terrible45

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Problem file .hit
« on: May 07, 2013, 04:04:34 AM »
I all,

My name is Xavier and i live in France "Europe"

Sorry for my poor english school

On my Boat:
Humminbird sonar: : 998c HD SI 2013  (Version 6.610)
I pilot Link for Terrova:  I Pilot Link Remote Update (Version 1.160) &  I Pilot LINK Controller Update (Version 1.130)

On My PC:
Windwos seven Pro 64 bits
HumminbirdPC (Version 4.3.8)
HumVeiwer (Version 86)
Reefmaster (Version 1.1.7.61)
HBTrackMapper (Version 99 )

Yesterday, I have make an essais with the I Pilot Link and my 998.

file = i see this on my Humminbird sonar

I created the track with i Pilot LInk (iTrack) = file is ITxxxx
I created "WP" since I Pilot Link (Spot Lock) = file is SLxxx
I created WP since my file is 998 = WPxxxx

A) I ​​exports all from my sonar to my SD card and I get:
One folder "Matrix" with one file. hit and one file. hwr
One folder "Record" with one file. dat

B) I exports all from my sonar to my PC (HummPC) with cable
I 'get a file: mm/dd/yy.gpx in HummPC

Questions :

A) How do I open the files.hit containing my tracks ?  no apllications does manages this files.hit ?

B) In HummPC I found my files in the file Waypoint I find that my points WP, SL and R =OK

The folder tracks record is empty Why ? where are my tracks ?

Other question :

C) My points SLxxxx have no depth = 0 meters, why ?

I make an conversion SL => WP I have a coodonate GPS but no depth

By advance many thanks for your reponse
LOL and VERY LOL


Offline matt@reefmaster

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Re: Problem file .hit
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2013, 04:23:54 AM »
Hi Xavier,
I see you are already using the latest version of ReefMaster.
There is "undocumented" (and untested) read-only support for .HIT (iTrack) files in this version. HIT files are simple track files that do *not* contain any depth information. As such they are not that useful for mapping, but could be useful for other purposes.
Go to "Import Assets". HIT files are not listed as a supported type. Select "All Files (*.*)" in the open file dialog, and then select the HIT file(s) you wish to import. The HIT files will be imported as standard tracks. Make sure to uncheck "Exclude zero depths" before confirming the import, or else there will be no data imported.

Soon we hope to implement write support for HIT files, so that you can drive your iPilot from your own contour maps, and draw your own trolling tracks etc.

thanks,
Matt
ReefMaster - Waypoint Management and Underwater Mapping Software for Fishermen

Offline Terrible45

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Re: Problem file .hit
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2013, 07:49:18 PM »
I understand where is my error for the tracks. I don't make "save track" in mode "navigation" .

But for the other question , persons didn't have a reponse ?

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