|The Main Window
||The Main Window controls movie selection, playback, and data export. The individual buttons and sliders are described below:
|The Dashboard Display shows the current position, speed, direction, and time. For dashcams that support enhanced GPS data collection, Dashcam Viewer displays the elevation, number of satellites in view, and signal confidence:
|See Your Tracks in the Map Window||The Map Window animates to show the current position of the drone against a map background.
The route line is color-coded based on the drone’s speed.
You can geotag points of interest with custom markers. The marker locations can be exported (or imported)
You can click on the route to jump to that point in the movie sequence.
You can toggle between street map and satellite imagery map backgrounds.
Choose either Google or Mapquest maps to get the views you need.
|The Plot Views show the time history of drone speed, distance, compass direction, altitude, and number of GPS satellites in view.||Multiple Plot Views|
||Drop markers anywhere along your route. The markers show up on the Map and in a List view.
The time, date, speed, latitude, longitude, movie name, and movie time are also displayed.
Double-clicking a geotag in the Geotags List will instantly jump to that point in the route. The geotags can be exported to a text file, and imported back in.
|All loaded movies are shown in the Movies List. Movies that are uninteresting can be toggled off so they no longer appear in the movie sequence and their data is no longer displayed in the Map or Graphs.
Users can double-click a Movie in the List to immediately jump to the beginning of the video. Meta information about each movie, such as file size, maximum vehicle speed, date/time, is displayed in the list item.
|Export Your GPS Tracks||DroneViewer allows you to export your GPS track data in a number of formats, including comma-separated value (CSV), GPX, and Google Earth KML (shown on the left).
You can also export portions of your movies to separate files, or export a snapshot of the movie to a PNG/JPG image file.