- Camera offset X/Y/Z
When GPS is used, offset is counted from body center (if correct offset is configured in the FC). If your flight controller does not have configured antennas offsets, configure offset from the camera to the antenna.
When RTK is used, offset must be counted from Antenna A
Offset is in millimeters!
- GPS realtime filtering
With this option, Entire will use position aproximation based on flight path before trigger and flight path after trigger. Based on this flight track information, Entire will calculate more accurate photo position. This option is not suggested for highly accurate, fused GPS/RTK inputs like 50Hz and above.
- Shutter delay tuning
This option is to tune up shutter delay, when HotShoe sunchronization is not used. Set here proper value needs few attempt / failure flights with different values configured.
- Gimbal pitch meaning
Depending on your camera and stitch software you can select two meanings of the pitch.
- Pix4D compliant
- Horizont view – Pitch 90°
- Topdown view – Pitch 0°
- Horizont view – Pitch 0°
- Topdown view – Pitch 90°
- Pix4D compliant
- AF Time
By default Entire uses AUTOMATIC AF time. This method uses the longest AF time possible to give the camera AF enough time to focus successfully. If you have fast lens, you can shorten AF time by this option.
If Automatic mode is set, Entire uses dynamic AF time calculated based on delay between previous and current photo.
- Time Zone offset
This is important option to set your current timezone offset. Entire does not have internal clock feature, but reads actual time from GPS data stream. Based on this UTC time, Entire calculates your local time based on this TimeZone offset. Time is then used to set proper modification time in goetagged photos.
- GPS link delay
For some drone builds there is a delay of GPS data received via MavLink / DJI API. For those cases you can set link delay from -20ms to +20ms
- Add frame angles
If this option is enabled, Entire will use drone frame angles for geotagging instead of Gimbal angles. This is used for drones without gimbal.
- Add XMP geotag data
This option enables camera angles geotagging as they are saved in XMP data and not in EXIF
- Use AF-C (permanent half press)
This option will keep AF enabled all the geotagging session. This feature is handy only for specific usage scenarios.
- Use MSL height instead of relative
This option will replace relative altitude (measured from takeoff place) by absolute (realtive to mean sea level) altitude for geotagging.