NEW FEATURES SETELLITE 1.1 | RELEASED: NOVEMBER 15, 2012
New library category let’s you edit the default Setellite presetlists. You can add your own presets to the existing lists App-wide, edit them or rearrange them. If you need a specific plate description currently not listed under, for instance, the slate board or any camera item, you can add your own.
Divided ‘Gear’ section:
Under ‘Gear’, the list to choose from is currently one, long, undivided list of camera’s, lenses and filters. We’re implementing a segment bar at the top of the list to divide it into different categories.
Additional location features (map):
Your location on the map can be customized. A larger map will come up, allowing you to move the pin around, type in an exact address and see the GPS coordinates. The coordinates will also be exported as visible values in both PDF and CSV (request).
New import options:
A simple, but customizable import module let’s you import CSV’s back in. You can assign data to specific tabs and fields, ensuring the data is read back in the right way. You can assign the data to be imported to a new or already existing project.
Several smaller fixes and additions:
* Automatic numbering of slates has improved: after 8C comes 8D, after 8Z comes 8AA, etc.
* New value ‘undefined’ can be chosen, fixing a problem with wrong values if nothing is entered
* Better presetlists for shutter angle, focal length and lenstype (request)
* Option to sync the slate board’s time code to iPads clock (request)
Setellite is developed by Planet X Technologies in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.