October 31, 2023

How To Upload Data From AiM Devices

Colin Mullan

Car Racing

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Blayze makes it super easy to send your coach data files from your AiM system. To get started we’ll cover how to upload files off of your AiM Solo, SmartyCam, etc. if you’re using their RS2 or RS3 Analysis systems!

How To Upload Your AiM Data From RS2 Analysis

Upload your AiM data from RS2 Analysis in a few easy steps.

  • Click on the app to open it and locate the file you want to upload. (Best lap time)
  • Click Export Test and select a desktop folder you can easily access.
  • Open the folder with RS2 data. Move your video data into the same folder.
  • Open the Blayze portal and click on Data and Video Analysis.
  • Select all 4 files from the desktop folder. Drag and drop into your coaching session.

How To Upload Your AiM Data From RS3 Analysis

Upload your AiM Data from RS3 Analysis in a few easy steps.

  • Open Race Studio 3 and click the Analysis button.
  • Select the session with your best lap time. Right-click and select Export Items.
  • Select a folder on your desktop to save the file.
  • If you are using a GoPro, you will have to select your video file manually.
  • Open the Blayze portal. Drag and Drop your files into your coaching session.

ploading Video & Data To Your Coach From Your Computer:

Step 1: From the “coaching” tab within your dashboard select the session type from the right hand side of the screen.

Screenshot from within the Blayze web app

Step 2: Drag and drop your video and data files into the uploader on the left hand side.

The Blayze uploader system

Once your video starts uploading you will see the name of your file yellow progress bar below it appear on the right hand side:

A file being uploaded on the Blayze web app

When your video has successfully uploaded you will see a green check mark and “uploaded” appear below the file name. Notice the continue button is now black so that you can click “continue” to confirm your coach, answer a few questions, and submit your video!

What a file looks like when successfully uploaded on Blayze

Uploading Video & Data From The Blayze iOS Mobile App

Please Note: When uploading a data file we advise doing this from the website and not mobile app as it’s easier to get your data file on your computer using AiM vs. your phone.

Step 1: From the “coaching” tab of the mobile app please click on the small red circle with the “+” sign in the bottom right hand corner.

Home Screen from Blayze mobile app

Step 2: Select the type of session you would like from your coach from the corresponding menu that appears after clicking on the “+” icon.

Selecting coaching options from Blayze mobile app

Step 3: If you haven’t already please give the Blayze app access to your photos. From there you can either record a new video or click on the icon in the bottom right hand corner to upload a video from your photos app on your phone.

Giving permissions to camera from within Blayze mobile app

Step 4: Now that you have uploaded your first video on this final screen you have the ability to upload more videos, confirm your coach, add notes, and submit your session. At the top of the screen you will see the videos you have uploaded, you can add more videos by clicking on the “+ Another video” button.

You will be able to confirm which coach is reviewing your video and send them any notes you think would be helpful for them to know. When you’re ready click on “submit session” and your coach will be sent your video!

Confirm and submit the upload from within the Blayze mobile app

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Colin Mullan

2020 GT4 America Champion

Car Racing

I’ve been racing nearly my entire life, with experience in everything from open-wheel racing, touring cars, to GT and prototypes. In 2020 I won a GT4 America Championship driving with Andretti Autosport, and have been recognized as one of the most winning drivers in GT4 racing in the US. My goal as an instructor is to teach you the “how and why” to improve as a driver. It’s easy to tell you what to do to be faster, but becoming a better driver on track takes more than that.

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