How to load GPX files to Garmin Edge 800

This is a follow on video from how to plot a route in Plotaroute - https://youtu.be/KN3Fg0G1jlY Where to save the GPX file onto your Garmin and then what to do in the Garmin software to get it to route you correctly on the plotaroute path. www.bikotic.com
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00:01 it's very easy to load a route that 00:06 you've plotted and plot a route onto 00:09 your Garmin so you've saved your route 00:14 load it up okay hit the download button 00:21 download to a file 00:23 GPX then led to a file 00:26 I keep it in the default GPS GPX track 00:30 and it works perfectly every time 00:37 download thinks about it for a couple of 00:41 seconds dududu go to your Garmin Garmin 00:52 new files you save it into that folder 00:56 give it a name that saves it when you 01:04 then unplug your Garmin from the 01:08 computer turn it on it will load that 01:11 file into courses and then you can get 01:15 it from there so this is my trusty 01:22 Garmin 800 I think it is quite old now 01:28 but it has navigated me throughout the 01:36 UK and then I've got the maps for Spain 01:38 and Portugal and we've done done about 01:42 2,000 miles in Spain and Portugal now 01:44 all routed and put into GPX files and 01:51 load it onto this Garmin so to load up 01:54 the route you just made in plot a route 01:57 and you edit the file to the new folders 02:05 or new files folder on the garment then 02:09 go menu courses 02:12 go to the course that you put on which 02:16 has been loaded in now and what I always 02:19 do is for some reason turn guidance is 02:22 always turned off so I turn that on and 02:25 virtual partner is always on so I turn 02:27 that off because I'm on that one I leave 02:31 off course warnings on because sometimes 02:34 the Garmin doesn't know about the 02:39 Junction and doesn't warn you to turn 02:41 but what it does do it tells you when 02:44 you're off course with some buzzing 02:46 noises which is really handy because 02:48 otherwise you wouldn't notice and then 02:51 you just hit go and there's a few sort 02:58 of weird things that I will always start 03:02 the navigation before I start the timer 03:08 I don't know about the new Garmin's but 03:11 there's some oddities on this one that 03:13 if I start the timer and then start 03:16 course sometimes I don't get the 03:18 turn-by-turn instructions but that there 03:26 are some weird things and they do happen 03:28 but if you do it like I said there 03:30 generally it works and sometimes there's 03:37 some weird stuff that happens if you're 03:38 not at the start of your route when 03:44 you'd start it and it can sometimes take 03:48 a while to get get sorted out but 03:51 generally it works okay the biggest 03:55 problem I find with this device is when 03:58 I'm cycling along on a sunny day maybe 04:01 going downhill at 40 miles an hour 04:04 looking at the screen and where you're 04:10 supposed to go with this little pink 04:12 line it's just not strong enough in the 04:14 sunlight and it can be really difficult 04:16 to see where you're going 04:18 so that would be my big problem with 04:23 this thing but from that it tends to get 04:26 even in the right place so there we go