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HID data log options
Data between the computer and a USB device is transmitted over the USB as binary data packets called HID reports. Our program can log both these binary data packets and already decoded values.
Log decoded data – the program transforms data packets into a readable form.
Log VID and PID – if this option is enabled, the program will add manufacturer and HID model IDs to every decoded data packet.
Log the USB device name – if this option is enabled, the program will add the name of the USB device to the decoded data packet.
One value per line – this option changes the format used to log decoded values and makes it possible to write values received from several different devices to the database. If you are going to log data to a plain text file, it is recommended to disable this option.
Log raw data – if this option is enabled, the program will log unprocessed (RAW) data.
Log mouse moves – mouse moves generate many USB packets. If you want to log data about every mouse gesture, enable this option.