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bebauchterbiker Jul 26, 2018 7:16:01 PM UTC

FIT Dateien hochladen?

Ich würde gerne von unterwegs mit Android Geräten Streckenaufzeichnungen im FIT Format hochladen oder in die App importieren von dort uppen.

Welche EINFACHE Möglichkeiten gibt es dafür?

Danke im Voraus!
admin Jan 20, 2017 11:01:56 AM UTC



Sorry, we currently have no concrete plans for supporting FIT.
pdo65 Jan 13, 2017 9:03:12 PM UTC



Is there any chance that the export and upload to the FIT format is made possible?
pdo65 Aug 19, 2016 1:04:53 PM UTC



Oké thanks for your answer!

I wait for the result
admin Aug 19, 2016 10:19:12 AM UTC



I've downloaded the FIT file format specification from https://www.thisisant.com/resources/fit.

Pros:
- small file size (binary)
- flexible (many data types supported)

Cons:
- rather complicated
- not readable through a text editor

We'll evaluate and discuss this.

pdo65 Aug 12, 2016 11:00:43 AM UTC modified on Aug 12, 2016 8:03:48 PM UTC



Hello,

Is it possible to add the option to export workouts to FIT file in Run.GPS app but also through the GPS Sport website (portal) on the detailpage of your training?

And perhaps also as autosync function in Run.GPS to Dropbox for syncing with Tapiriik?

In my opinion there is stored more detailed data in the FIT format.

See details below:



FIT - Flexible and Interoperable Data Transfer


Strava strives to comply with the FIT Activity File (FIT_FILE_TYPE = 4) spec as defined in the official FIT SDK.

Many, many, attributes are defined by FIT. Below is an overview of those used by Strava.


message types attributes

file_id manufacturer
product
time_created

session sport
total_elapsed_time
total_timer_time
total_distance
total_ascent

lap timestamp
total_elapsed_time
total_timer_time
total_distance
total_ascent

record timestamp
position_lat
position_long
altitude
heart_rate
cadence
distance
power
temperature

event timestamp
type



Activity type is detected from session.sport.




TCX - Training Center Database XML


The TCX format was developed by Garmin as part of their Training Center software. For Strava users, an advantage is its ability to include power information. However, it does not support temperature. Strava supports version 2 as defined by Garmin (schema file).

The base version of TCX does not allow for the inclusion of run cadence or power. As a result, TCX has been extended. From the extensions available, Strava extracts from the <Trackpoint> tag:
runcadence as cadence
watts as power.

Strava reads TCX Courses and only uses the <Track>, <TotalTimeSeconds> and <DistanceMeters> from the <Lap> tag. All other averaging information is ignored.

Activity type is detected from <Activity Sport="*"> where ‘biking’, ‘running’, ‘hiking’, ‘walking’ and ‘swimming’ are mapped to their respective activity types. No other types are currently supported.



Website information on: https://strava.github.io/api/v3/uploads/#file-types


I hope that this addition can be implemented.


Regards,

Peter

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