From user guides to comprehensive technical documentation, you will probably find here all the answers to your questions about Tacview!
As a new user, you may want to have a look at the tutorials published on Internet. They will give you a nice overview of what you can do with Tacview. If you already know Tacview, you may find in them an interesting feature you overlooked so far and yet which could improve a lot your debriefing experience...
It is usually just a matter of a few steps and tweaks to get the most of your flight recordings. Have a look at your favorite flight simulator/device recorder FAQ to know how to export and review any data efficiently:
- DCS World
- Falcon 4.0
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X / Lockheed Martin® Prepar3D®
- Enemy Engaged – Comanche vs. Hokum
- Real life GPS data
- Real life KML flight data
Do you want to create your own flight recording from data coming from real-life or a flight simulator not yet supported by Tacview? Maybe you want to see some high definition terrain of your region? Or you simply want to display ILS glides, navigational aid and landmarks around your operating airfield to improve the flight review?
Then you are at the right place! The following documentation will explain you in details all what you need to know to create and visual your own custom data in Tacview:
- Create your own flight recordings using the native Tacview .acmi file format
- Create your own flight recordings using the very simple .csv file format
- Display new 3D objects in Tacview
- Display custom terrains in Tacview
- Display custom static objects in Tacview
- Interpret .xml and .csv flight logs to create rosters