Is there a manual in Spanish?Current version 0.94
Current PDF manual is attached
Features of upcoming release
A few hints:
- VR goggle support
Controllers directly supported are T1d and Flypad.
All kinds of USB & bluetooth controllers that are supported by Android as "InputDevice". Please check with this gamepad tester app: Gamepad tester - Apps on Google Play
Buttons need to be recognized, and stick axis needs to be mapped to AXIS X, AXIS Y, AXIS Z, AXIS RZ (in any order, remapping is done in TelloFpv).
The question is : How does it compare with the OEM app? Tello does suffer from low wifi link quality in certain environments and settings. TelloFpv can't bring back wifi packets that were lost in transit so pixelation, garbage and dropped frames are to be expected to a certain degree.Thank you again for such a fantastic app!! Just starting out with Tello-Edu. I've noticed a fair amount of pixellating on my videos even though I'm not very high, <5m or far, <5m. I also use the Mi Extender. I've tried adjusting the bitrate higher to improve the video quality and a longer IFrame interval as well, but neither seem to help. I do live in an urban environment so I suppose there is a fair amount of RF noise. Does saving the raw h264 stream help? Other then skipping the corrupt frames, any other suggestion?
Because you bought before the app was removed from the store in Ukraine .Greetings, im from Ukraine but I have the app. How did that happen if it's unavailable ?
Of course I’ve read the manual.The question is : How does it compare with the OEM app? Tello does suffer from low wifi link quality in certain environments and settings. TelloFpv can't bring back wifi packets that were lost in transit so pixelation, garbage and dropped frames are to be expected to a certain degree.
Are you using v1.11 or 1.12? Bluetooth switched off? If its pixelation you should not use longer but shorter IFrame intervals. Shorter IFrame intervals reduce sharpness of the images, but reduce pixelation.
Saving as h264 doesn't help because the problem is lost wifi packets. These are missing in the h264 stream, too. You may try to play the h264 with other apps on the PC. Some codes are smarter than others when it comes to interpolating missing data.
Have you read the manual?
Because you bought before the app was removed from the store in Ukraine .
With bluetooth off you should not see many pixelations then. Can you upload / share videos somewhere?.Of course I’ve read the manual.
I am using 1.12.
According to the manual:
“Use shorter intervals to improve the video stream stability over long distances. Use longer intervals in areas with low interference to improve recorded video quality.”
I didn’t think 5 meters was a long distance so I tried a longer interval to try to improve the video quality. I’ll try a shorter interval when it stops raining.
It may just be low WiFi link quality in my urban environment.
It was so minor I never mentioned it: 1.12 restricted the maximum speed for POI autopilots depending on POI distance. Plus some fixed translations.
Yeah, we had some quick contact two weeks ago. Of course Tello is "old news" already, but he still likes it and had some fun with the app.TelloFPV had a great review by “Captain Drone” on YouTube with over 4,600 views already. Perhaps that will drum up some well deserved purchases for all your efforts!