@ Mitchell: The SDK token is needed for the app to connect to the drone. It is requested the first time that you open the app and from time to time. If you get this message: connect your phone to internet and restart Capture.
You don’t have to use the Pix4D Cloud to process your images. You can either:
- Don’t sync the images from the drone to the phone and transfer the images from the drone SD card to the computer. Then transfer the the p4d file which is created on the phone by email or via USB.
- Sync the images and transfer the images + the p4d file from the phone to the computer via USB.
More information here: https://support.pix4d.com/hc/en-us/articles/204068019
@ Andy: We are still working on the snyc/upload of the images from the drone to the phone. Unfortunately the current DJI SDK does not allow the app to download the images properly.
For the moment we recommend to transfer the images from the drone’s SD card to the computer and to create a new project to process the images.
The image name might be incorrect in the p4d because the drone does not send the name of the images to the app and it needs to guess the name of the images that are on the SD card.
The application knows how many images are present on the drone’s SD card before the mission and at the end of the mission the application knows how many images were taken during the mission. When creating the p4d file it will start naming the images in the p4d based on the number of images that were previously on the drone’s SD card.
Therefore it helps to format your SD card before performing a new mission and if you need to delete some images on the SD card delete them all.
But again, for the moment to process the images it is easier to create a project from scratch and to use the images that are on the drone’s SD card.