What's happen during your flight ?

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



Simply click on TAKEOFF button to begin recording of the flight data: by default, every 1 second VivendoByte FlightSim 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.

Data analysis of our flight

When you want to terminate the flight, simply click on the LANDING button. VivendoByte FlightSim Logger will save all the data in a .zip file.

File zip

The software automatically put your .zip file in your Documents\VivendoByte FlightSim Logger.

This zip file contains the following files:
- a .kml file: you can open it using Google Earth
- a .csv file: you can open it using Excel template available under "Download" section
- a .lic file: this contains your personal FlightSim Logger license of this website

Data Analysis with Google Earth

File zip

You can open KML file with Google Earth, then you can explore and navigate the log directly on Google Maps. The flight will be rendered with latitude, longitude and altitude. In fact, the flight is a real 3D trace in the virtual sky of Google Earth. Using Google Earth features you can customize colors and style of the flight trace: you can load multiples flight log at the same time, and draw each flight with different colors.

Data Analysis with Microsoft Excel

If you want to analyze accurately your flight, you must use our Excel template: you can find it under "Download" section of this website. Excel template is compatible with Excel 2007/2010/2013/2016, both Italian and English localization. Once you have imported .csv file, you can obtain a lot of data, in two different format: analytical and graphical. For example:
- altitude pattern
- banking pattern in two different mode
- statistics about overflown terrain
- rpm pattern (for a maximum of four engines)
- aircraft and fuel weight
- fuel flow pattern

To load a .csv file, please follow these steps:
- extract .csv file from the .zip file generated by VivendoByte FlightSim Logger
- download Excel template and save it wherever you want on your PC
- open Excel template
- press CTRL + SHIFT + L to start the macro: select .csv file that you want open

The import procedure will load the flight log, and automatically updates all the diagram. Please wait confirmation message.
File zip

File zip

Videos available on YouTube

On YouTube are available some videos that show all the features of VivendoByte FlightSim Logger. Sorry, but these videos are Italian-only.
Please click links below to see them.

- Setup of VivendoByte FlightSim Logger

- Flying with Microsoft Flight Simulator X & VivendoByte FlightSim Logger

- Data Analysis of the VivendoByte FlightSim Logger data

- How configure VivendoByte FlightSim Logger

- Contest mode with VivendoByte FlightSim Logger