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rolling shutter compensation?

Hello,

I am reading how pix4d/metashape can provide a rolling shutter compensation. Does maps made easy do the same? I am using the Mavic 2 Pro.

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Daniel

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Instead of fixing in the processing (which tends to introduce other issues) we prefer to fix it in the data collection phase of things by collecting all of the data while travelling the same direction (not flying sideways or backwards) and collecting all images while travelling the same speed. A lot of the items in our Data Collection guidelines are there to address common problems in data collection that relate to this. Basically, if you collect your data using Map Pilot you are all set. If you use another app you will likely have to make sure that it is doing things properly. DJI GS Pro will let you do all sorts of awful things...  

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Zane- Thank you! I have had great results with Maps Made Easy and the Mavic 2! Thanks again!

quick follow up question i could not find an answer- how do you be sure the file numbering starts at 1 every time a mission is flown?

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The only sure fire way to get it to reset is to format the card. I think there is a way in DJI Go to tell it to reset the counter and it makes a new folder. We have found that too many folders on the card starts to slow it down and you want the card write to be as fast as possible. We always recommend taking off with a freshly formatted card. 

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