Also, if you want to send just a lap with data to someone so they can view it in Circuit Tools, without having to send the whole video and data file (often many gigabytes in size), you can export just a single lap with the associated .vbo data, making transfer over the internet much more practical.
For corporate use, you can also add an intro video and automatically process multiple cards/usb sticks to save manual processing.
The software is set to detect the fastest lap once you have imported the .vbo session data, but you can change that to any lap you want. You can also add a comparison graph to a reference lap at the end of the video.
Video Split is particularly suited to applications where you are processing multiple driver sessions at a time, such as within driver experience environments. It allows you to automatically load files from removable media devices (USB stick / SD card), process the fastest lap of each session file and save them out in sequence.
The track location and specific layout is automatically detected when the file is loaded.
You can download the Video Split software here. The user manual and quick start guide are available on the Racelogic Support Centre.
Watch a software demonstration (audio doesn't start until half way through the video):