We are pleased to announce that DroneViewer 1.1.0 is now available on our website and has the following new additions and improvements:
- New user-configurable speedometer!
- Now compatible with GPS-enabled GoPro HERO5 and HERO6 cameras!
- Fixed bug in distance readout
- Fixed artifact on main window after startup
- Fixed bug in that would prevent default settings file from being deleted
- Fixed bug in which geotags could have incorrect timestamps
- Fixed bug related to preserving windows sizes between runs
GoPro HERO 5 Black video showing GPS data from aircraft flight.
New user-configurable speedometer.
We are pleased to announce that DroneViewer 1.0.2 is now available on our website and has the following new additions:
- Added new Line-Of-Sight (LOS) graph. This graph shows the distance of the drone from the start point.
- LOS is now exported in the CSV file.
- Added new speed unit: meters/sec. You can switch units via the Preferences or by clicking the units tag in the speedometer.
- Improvements in auto-scaling of graphs
- Improvements to graphs when changing speed units
- Updated Users Manual
- Fixed bug in which altitude values in GPX files could be ignored
Special thanks to mavicpilots.com member “Dronason” for the his suggestions to add LOS graph and m/s units.
DroneViewer 1.0.2 screenshot showing m/s speed units and location of LOS graph.
DroneViewer displays your DJI drone videos in a whole new way! While your movie is playing you can see your drone’s position on a Google Map. You can geotag key positions in the video and jump back to them instantly. You can click on your route in the Map View to jump immediately to that point in the movie. You can export portions of your videos to separate clips, or export just a single geotagged frame. DroneViewer has multiple views including graphs of your drone’s speed, altitude, distance, and bearing. Imperial and metric units are supported. Best of all DroneViewer runs on both Mac and Windows computers and is compatible with the Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 series, Phantom 3, and Phantom 2 with FlyTrex Core 2 data logger.
Version 1.0.1 has the following updates:
- Added compatibility with Phantom 4 Pro v2, which embeds its GPS data inside the movie file itself. Note that Video Caption must be enabled in the Go App for this to occur. Earlier Phantom 4 Pro drones (and possibly Inspire2 drones), which also store their SRT data in the movies, may work as well although I haven’t tested them.
- Fixed bug in which consecutive movies recorded at significantly different times would not update the cursor correctly.
- Fixed bug in which SRT data points stored at greater than 1 Hz were not loaded properly.
Stay tuned for the initial release of DroneViewer for Mac and Windows…