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Where’s the first place to go if you have a problem with a product? The manual. We know most people only read the manual when they’re in trouble, but reading the manual is also a great way to get familiar with our products. We strive to make the manuals well organized and readable so you can find what you need and understand what you read!

Hardware
  • Blue2CAN user guide / attachment procedure
  • VMS-300 user guide
  • VMS-333 & VMS-Mobile user guide - v1.22 (Released 06/26/16) Updates are below:
    1. New intervalometry devices. VMS-Mobile now supports both cameras and Laser Range Finders as intervalometry target devices. Automatically shoot photos or take LRF measurements at pre-defined intervals.  
    2. New intervalometry target settings. Use the Configure Parameter screen to configure the device where you will be using Intervalometry.  
    3. New home screen. The home screen now shows the currently selected VMS-333 intervalometry target device and lets you turn Intervalometry on and off for that device.
 
Software
  • GEM2MISB user guide
    • FFMPEG - a GEM2MISB preprocessing software tool for videos that are not MISB compliant. Download for free.
  • ​GeoVideo user guide 
  • isWhere user guide​ -  NEW! v3.1 (Released 08/01/16) Updates are listed below:
  1. QR Code: When you hover over a location on a track on Google Earth you see the information popup window with details about the location. The popup now contains a QR code that can be scanned by a Smartphone app, allowing the individual with the phone to see the location on Google Maps on their own phone. 
  2. Field of View: If photos were captured in tandem with Laser Range Finder measurement, you can now see a field-of-view rectangle wherever the photo was captured on Google Earth. You can also see lines representing the Laser Range Finder measurements between camera and object.
  3. Video Clipping: isWhere no longer supports video clipping because there are several other free, quality programs that do so exceptionally well and ensure the GEM track stays intact after the video is clipped. VLC is one such program.
  1. New SPOI (Sensor Peripheral Of Interest) functionality for geo-tagged photos and video recordings: SPOI draws rectangles and lines on the map screen to depict the direction and area of coverage of what and where the camera photos and videos were recorded.
  2. Sony HDRX-3000 Action Camera: MediaMapper Mobile now supports the Sony HDRX-3000 WiFi-enabled Action Camera, allowing you to automatically transfer captured images to MediaMapper Mobile via the camera’s WiFi interface.
  3. Support for SSL/TLS security within the MediaMapper Mobile’s embedded HTTP/S Webserver: This includes an embedded self-signed TLS certificate, user-defined User Name and Password configuration, and session tracking.
  4. Import MediaMapper Mobile photos from other MediaMapper Mobile devices: The MediaMapper Folder structure now contains an Import folder that will be scanned when the app starts for automatic photo imports.
  1. Generate real-time QR codes with GPS location data embedded in them.
  2. Use Yotaphone 2 dual-screened phone.
  3. Perform automatic image transfer with Sony HX90v Point & Shoot WiFi-enabled camera.
  4. Select the Sony image size for transfer if your Sony WiFi camera supports small-size and full-size image transfer.
  5. Preview a photo you’ve just taken with an external Sony camera.
  6. Overwrite GPS details from an external Sony camera with more accurate GPS information.
  7. Keep track of how many external Sony camera photos you’ve taken with a new photo counter.
  8. Annotate photo thumbnails on a satellite map via a PDF document of the map.
  9. MediaMapper Mobile now supports the Trimble R1 GNSS Receiver for survey grade sub-meter accuracy.
  10. Generate a KMZ file to share your photos on Google Earth.
  11. Watch your video in portrait or landscape mode.
  12. Embed GPS location details directly into the audio track of your video with the new GEM Whisper feature.

Note: The following features already present in MediaMapper Mobile are now better documented:

  1. Generate KML files in MediaMapper Mobile that can be viewed as a virtual tour in Google Earth for Android.
  2. Configure your Google Earth settings from MediaMapper Mobile so your virtual tour gets created the way you want it to, from camera altitude and tilt, to the speed of the tour.