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Converting MDF Files Using the ASCII Export Converter

Last updated: 2018-10-17
How to convert MDF files using the ASCII Export Converter?

The ASCII Export Converter of CANape can be used

  1. to convert the complete MDF or MF4 file into a text file or
  2. to export only selected signals to a text file

Please find below the instructions of how to do this:

  1. Converting a complete MDF or MF4 file into a text file:
    • Please configure the ASCII Export Converter via Analysis | Export options | ASCII export converter.
    • Load the desired MDF/MF4 file (the ASCII Export Converter is automatically executed in the background):
    • The TXT file is now located in the project directory.
  2. Exporting selected signals from a MDF file into a text file
    • To export only selected signals, you have to load the MDF file first: In the Symbol Explorer right click on Measurements. Then select Load measurement file and choose the desired MDF file.
    • Now insert all signals that shall be exported into a graphics window:
    • Right click in the graphics window and select Signal values | Save….
    • In the following dialog select All signals in the window. You may adjust the timestamps or choose a time range according to your needs. .
    • Finally choose ASCII file (*.TXT) as file format, enter a file name and Save.
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