New Circuit Tool Ver.2 Data Analysis become even Easier and Advance

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We are pleased to announce that Circuit Tools Version 2 has now been released. This is a major rewrite and contains some great new features as well as a much faster interface. This is what you will find in CT V2:

Enhanced file loading
It is now faster to load your files, and there is a much improved interface that scans the file giving you basic lap information and a preview of the video.

The file can also be easily renamed ? a very useful tool when comparing files between drivers.

New File Transfer Wizard
This now scans your PC for removable media and then transfers all the files into automatically named folders on the hard drive.

Automatic sector configuration
When you load a file, sectors by max speed are now automatically configured. You then have the ability to instantly toggle them on and off in the session data.

Video replay speed variation
You can now play a video at a variety of fast and slow motion speeds ? especially useful for comparing files in detail without the need to advance sample by sample. The playback functionality has also been improved. For example, by pressing the stop button twice you can now replay the file from the last stop position, or by pressing it three times jump to the beginning of the section displayed in the graph.

Six video playback
Up to six videos can now be played simultaneously giving you the ability to compare a range of track data. The video engine has also been rewritten to reduce the program’s impact on your computer?s processor.

Circuit Tool V2 6 Laps Comparison
Circuit Tool V2 6 Laps Comparison


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