Capturing high-quality visuals from your app is the first step you will take with Nodalview. Let's take a look at the main settings of the iOS app and what they allow you to do:
Home screen (that's new 🥳 )
Show recent activity
Dark / light mode
Tour list sort order
Show recent activity
Save HD version on phone
Android camera version
Built-in edge enhancement feature
Built-in noise reduction feature
Panorama blur detection
⚠️ Warning: it is essential to always use the latest version of the application.
Open the Play Store app and search for 'Nodalview' or click on this link directly from your phone. If you're not using the latest version of the application, you will be offered to update it.
1. Show recent activity
Get an overview of your recent activity. You can disable this feature in the general settings of your app.
2. Map view
When you create a new tour, enter the location of the property (be careful, it is not possible to come back to it afterwards), to then find it on the map.
Swipe down when at the top of your tour list to reveal the map view.
To go back to the list of your tours, click on the "list view" tab.
Set the language of your app.
2. Dark / light mode
You can decide whether you app will be displayed in light or dark mode or whether it will be displayed automatically in light or dark mode depending on the time of the day.
3. Automatic transfer
Here, you can decide whether you want your photos to be automatically transferred or not.
Always: your content will be transferred if you are connected to Wi-Fi, 3G/4G/5G
Only if connected to Wi-Fi: your content will be transferred if you are connected to Wi-Fi
Never: You will need to manually transfer your content by clicking on the arrows
4. Tour list sort order
You can choose to sort your tours alphabetically (regarding the tour name) or chronologically (regarding the tour creation date).
5. Show recent activity
Decide if you want recent activities to be displayed on the home screen of your app.
6. Silent mode
In silent mode, you will be able to take photos/panoramas/videos without the phone making any sound.
7. Device nickname
Don't forget to give a name to your smartphone, this will allow us, when you contact us, to identify it more easily.
For example: "Huawei P30 de Mathilde".
1. Save HD version on phone
This option allows you to save pictures in HD version on your phone's memory in addition to saving them online.
Please note that it may use a lot of your phone's storage space.
1. Shooting mode
The shooting scenario feature lets you decide how you will capture your panoramas:
Manual: to shoot a panorama manually
Automatic: to shoot a panorama manually
With Nodalview motor: to shoot a panorama with our motor
With this option, you can set a timer for shooting panoramas (for photos, a separate timer can be activated directly on the shooting screen).
⚠️ In order for you to use the advanced settings, your phone must be compatible with those settings.
1. Android camera version
By default, the camera version is in automatic, which allows Nodalview to detect the best option based on the information it receives.
👉 If, in automatic, the rendering doesn't seem qualitative and/or you don't have access to your phone's native wide angle, you can switch to the V2 camera. Don't hesitate to test in V1 and V2 camera to check what works better.
👉 If you want to use the native wide angle of your smartphone, use V2 mode. On the photo shooting screen (and if your phone allows it), you will then have the option to use the phone's native wide angle to shoot.
NB: Access to the native wide-angle camera of your phone is not available on all Android models. Indeed, some models refuse access to it from a third-party application.
2. Built-in edge enhancement feature
This feature uses your phone's built-in tool to manage blur in your photos. By default, it is set to automatic, which means that it will activate in most cases. If you notice any blur problems, do not hesitate to manually deactivate it.
3. Built-in noise reduction feature
This feature uses your phone's built-in tool to manage noise in your photos. The term 'noise' is used to describe a degradation in the quality of your pictures (white or coloured dots in normally black areas, for example) that occurs under certain conditions, such as low light, poor quality of the camera, etc.
By default, this function is set to automatic, which means that it will activate in most cases.
4. Panorama blur detection
With that option, the Nodalview app will be able to change the focus parameters if a blurred image is detected when capturing a panorama.
The synchronization feature allows you to retrieve content that you had previously transferred to your user space back to your application. It can be used to retrieve tours after deleting them from the application or in case the application was uninstalled.
⚠️ Please note: if you uninstall the application, or sync your app before all the content is transferred, any content that has not been previously transferred will be definitively lost.
Note: if you share an account with several collaborators (you are using the same login email address), and you synchronize your app, you will recover all the content existing on the online user space of this account. This also includes content shot by your collaborators.
2. Configuration report
The configuration report can be used to make sure your phone is compatible with the application. You don't have to send us the report by email, just read the message that appears when you click on the 'Configuration report' button. Depending on the results, you may want to change the Android camera version (see previous point).
3. FAQ online
Here you will have access to our helpcenter website. You'll be able to go through the different categories of articles, or to directly search for a particular article.
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