If like to visualize the launch and landing, maybe tied into the audio.
No, it is not public. This level of detailed information in the United States would fall under ITAR, and as a point of fact, SpaceX is more secretive with this kind of data than other launch providers, you have to pretty much be a SpaceX employee, or contractor, or government agency, to see any of the information.
Specifically, ITAR Item 12 Category II includes
(3) Software which processes post-flight, recorded data, enabling determination of vehicle position throughout its flight path (see § 121.1, Category IV(i)).
Try SpaceXtract on github. It captures telemetry data directly from the spacex's webcast video feed. From the same author (shahar603), there is also a Telemetry-Data repository containing a collection of telemetry data from spacex past flights.