Thanks for the heads up, now I,ll just have to work that one out. Thankswe find that when we use 2 controllers you need to lower the feed quality in order to maintain good quality on the 2nd controller. Were using 2 x Nvidia Shields. Even the low setting is more than enough for framing the shots etc
Thanks for the heads up, now I,ll just have to work that one out. Thanks
I also try a channel with the highest charting value, in gray portion of screen, with lowest value, ie -60 better than -80… Is this correct?tap the hd signal icon and switch it to manual, choose a clear channel and then select the quality! Hopefully they will change it so you can have it select the channel and we just select the quality but you have to select the channel for now.
I'm confused about the chart which shows the -60 higher than -80; if you should pick the smallest bar with the smallest number, ie -80 over -60, then Ive been doing it wrong. Maybe I should look at the transmission settings…No, you want to select the smallest bar, so -80 would be better over -60.
Now I am confused. To test, I placed my Inspire a good distance away from my house without the props, and then started testing the various image transmission settings. I thought the good channels were green, bad were red. But the highest red channels give the best transmission signals. At least in a static setting, haven't tried this flying yet.Its the same as the Lightbridge setup, lower the bar the better.