Converts Flexible and Interoperable Data Transfer (FIT) files to Training Center XML (TCX) files
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FIT to TCX

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Requirements

  • python-fitparse -- A library to parse FIT files by David Cooper. You can get it from GitHub at https://github.com/dtcooper/python-fitparse.

    This library is marked as a dependency so using the installation instructions below should bring in this if you don't have it.

  • python-lxml -- A library for reading and writing XML files. It uses the C libraries libxml2 and libxslt.

    This package should be available through your packaging system, so depending on your operating system you should be able to use apt-get install python-lxml, yum install python-lxml or similar.

    This library is marked as a dependency so using the installation instructions below should bring in this if you don't have it.

Installation

Run sudo python setup.py install to install FIT to TCX. This will install an fittotcx binary in /usr/bin or similar.

Usage

Usage: fittotcx FILE

This program takes a FIT file and converts it into an TCX file and output the result to the standard output. To save the result to a file, just pipe the output to a file with fittotcx filename.fit > filename.tcx

Batch usage

Usage: ./batch.sh FILES

This command takes a series of FIT files and converts it into TCX and outputs the TCX files to the same directory as the FIT files is located in. For example, if you have your FIT files in a directory called Workouts in your home directory, calling ./batch.sh ~/Workouts/*.fit will convert all your files at the same time.