Expert software: Overlay several shots and traces

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Hi, is it possible to overlay several shots and the traces in the Expert software?
I would like to have e.g. all of the tracings of one session in one picture.
 
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Hi,
Not possible, although you can already see all the match shots on a single target in the top right corner.
But why would you like to do that? It would be a mess without any readable information :confused:
 
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But why would you like to do that? It would be a mess without any readable information :confused:
For one thing, the collection of green traces would reveal how consistently you are approaching the center.

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For one thing, the collection of green traces would reveal how consistently you are approaching the center.

Tim
Exactly for that reason.
So time for a feature request, as it seems ^^
 
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reveal how consistently you are approaching the center
Good point. It wouldn't help me as my approach is usually a terrible zigzag with poor control, such that no more than 5 or 6 superimposed traces would make the whole useless. But if you have a good enough approach it totally makes sense indeed.
 
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For one thing, the collection of green traces would reveal how consistently you are approaching the center.

Tim
If you select 'All traces' at the top of the Shot List you will see all the approach traces for each batch of 10 shots. This is helpful for identifying approach consistency, which is what you are after.
If you don't see the approach for every shot, you may need to adjust the duration of the recording. Go to 'Tools/Options/Practice/How much aiming trace to store' and increase the value of 'Store xx seconds before shot' to a value larger than the longest time you spend on aim ('Time' column in Shot List). I recommend 20 seconds.All Traces.JPG
 
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If you select 'All traces' at the top of the Shot List you will see all the approach traces for each batch of 10 shots
This no longer exists in the Expert software. Hence should be reintegrated.
 
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