One choice is to use the “Current Waveform Only” option when using the “Save As” feature so saving only the relevant waveform rather than the full buffer
Another choice would be to send just the screen shot (with zoom activated) to share just the relevant features of the waveform, or to use the EDIT tab in PicoScope and select “ Copy Image” or “Copy Entire Window as Image” where you can then post them into a “word doc” for example and share them here as images.
You could also contact Pico at firstname.lastname@example.org
whereby we can set up a link for you to post your waveform into “Picostore”. We can then review and share the waveform from here at Pico, or you could do exactly the same with providers such as “Drop box” and post the link on here for others to download/view.
I hope this helps…….Take care……Steve
Good morning Antreas and thank you for raising this interesting point. You are right that saving files with a large number of samples over slow time frames results in large file sizes and this can be a nuisance when trying to share such files.