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Aircraft

  • Go Home Altitude: Use this to set the altitude that the aircraft will return at when Return to Home is triggered.
  • Maximum Altitude: Sets the maximum flight altitude.
  • Dynamic Homepoint: When enabled, the home point will continuously be updated to the current location of your mobile device. Recommended in Follow mode.
  • Log Flights: Enable/disable flight logs. Flight logs are saved in the mobile device’s internal storage in the «LitchiApp/flightlogs» folder. Android only — on iOS flight logs cannot be disabled.
  • Airdata UAV User Token: Enter the token from your https://airdata.com/ account here. Your token should look like this: HD12345678. This token is a secure way to associate your flight logs with your account when they are uploaded to Airdata UAV.

    InfoClick here to learn more about how to setup Airdata UAV with Litchi.
  • Airdata UAV Automatic Sync: When enabled, and if your user token is valid, your flight logs will be automatically synced with your Airdata UAV account given the presence of an Internet connection.
  • Sync Photo/Video Previews: Photo preview screenshots and video preview screenshots will be automatically taken by Litchi during flights. Using this setting, you can allow Litchi to automatically sync up to 4 or 10 photo/video previews per flight log to your Airdata UAV account. Android only.

    Warning This setting may increase the data usage of the app significantly.
  • Sync with Airdata UAV Now: Use this button to manually trigger a sync of your flight logs with your Airdata UAV account.
  • Signal Lost Behavior for Manual Flying: This defines the behavior of the aircraft if signal is lost while flying manually, choose between «Hover», «Landing» or «Return To Home».
  • Exit Waypoint Mission on Signal Loss: When enabled, waypoint missions will end when signal is lost. When that happens, the drone will then execute the failsafe procedure (which can be changed with the «Signal Lost Behavior for Manual Flying» setting).
  • Smart Return to Home: Enables/disables the Smart Return-To-Home (RTH) feature. When it is enabled, aircraft will request to go home when remaining battery is only enough for completing the go-home action.
  • Collision Avoidance: Enables/disables collision avoidance. Mavic/Phantom 4/Inspire 2/Spark only.
  • Active Obstacle Avoidance: Enables/disables active obstacle avoidance. When enabled, and an obstacle is moving towards the aircraft, the aircraft will actively fly away from it. If while actively avoiding a moving obstacle, the aircraft detects another obstacle in its avoidance path, it will stop. Collision Avoidance must also be enabled. Mavic/Phantom 4 (Advanced/Pro/ProV2)/Inspire 2/Spark only. iOS only.
  • Landing Protection: Enables/disables landing protection. During auto-landing, the downward facing vision sensor will check if the ground surface is flat enough for a safe landing. If it is not and landing protection is enabled, then landing will abort and need to be manually performed by the user. Mavic/Phantom 4/Inspire 2 only.
  • Precision Landing: Enables/disables precision landing. When enabled, the aircraft will record its take-off location visually (as well as with GPS). On a Return-To-Home action the aircraft will attempt to perform a precision landing using the additional visual information. This method only works on a Return-To-Home action when the home location is successfully recorded during take-off, and not changed during flight. Mavic/Phantom 4 only.
  • Vision Positioning System: Enables/disables the vision positioning system. Mavic/Phantom 4/Inspire 2/Spark only.
  • Front Aircraft LEDs: Switches the aircraft’s front LEDs on or off.
  • Bottom Light: Switches between Auto/On/Off for the Mavic 2’s bottom light.
  • Calibrate Compass: Tap to start calibration procedure. The aircraft LEDs will turn solid yellow and you can then start the «calibration dance».
  • Maximum Location Accuracy: This setting defines the maximum location accuracy required for Follow mode to work. If the mobile device GPS shows a higher accuracy than this value, Follow sessions will fail to start. Additionally, if during a Follow session the mobile device GPS accuracy jumps to a value that is higher than this setting, the aircraft will stop moving until the accuracy comes back to a healthy level. As a result, it is important to set this value correctly. It defaults to 15 meters, but if you are having issues with GPS accuracy and depending on your environment, you may want to increase the default value.
  • Gimbal mode: Switch between the FPV mode, Yaw Follow mode (default) and Free (Inspire series only). In FPV mode, the gimbal’s roll will mirror the right joystick’s movements (left/right, mode 2).
  • Gimbal Gesture Control: When enabled, tap the video screen and scroll up or down (as well as left/right for the Inspire 1-2) to move the gimbal.
  • Gimbal Extension ( 30°): When enabled, the gimbal’s maximum pitch angle is extended to 30° above horizon, instead of the default 0°. Not applicable for Spark.
  • Lock Gimbal when Shooting Photos: Enables this to lock the gimbal when the camera is shooting a photo. The gimbal will keep the attitude when starting to shoot the photo.
  • Gimbal Endpoint Auto Release: When enabled, the Inspire 2 will automatically rotate when the gimbal reaches the yaw angle limit. Inspire 2/iOS only.
  • Sync Gimbal Yaw with Aircraft Heading: Enables this to make the gimbal rotate simultaneously with the aircraft’s heading when you control the aircraft’s heading with the remote controller.
  • Preview Quality: For Lightbridge-based drones only (P3/P4/I1/I2). Select the quality of the video stream from 4/6/8/10 Mbps or Auto. When set to Auto, both the channel and preview quality will be selected automatically.
  • Transmission Channel: For Lightbridge-based and WiFi drones (Spark/Mavic Air/P3/P4/I1/I2). Select a specific transmission channel or Auto. When set to Auto, both the channel and preview quality will be selected automatically.
  • Ocusync Preview Quality: For Ocusync-based drones only. Select the channel bandwidth between 10MHz and 20MHz or Auto. On Auto, both the channel and preview quality will be selected automatically.
  • Ocusync Transmission Channel: For Ocusync-based drones only. Select a transmission channel or Auto. On Auto, both the channel and preview quality will be selected automatically.
  • Double Output (HDMI): Enable to have the video stream output to the HDMI module in addition to the app.
  • Display Secondary Video Feed: Switches between the main and secondary cameras for the video stream displayed. Only for drones which have more than one camera.
  • Lightbridge 2 Video Source: For Lightbridge 2 drones only. Select the video source that will be displayed in the app.
  • Frequency Band: Sets the frequency band. It is only supported by Inspire 2, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom 4 Pro V2 and Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro.
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April 2020 updates

Version

1.6.0

(Apr 26, 2020)

— you can now activate Follow in Track mode. When using Track’s Follow feature always be ready to use the RC switch to regain control

— smoother joystick controls in Track and Focus mode

— added histogram in camera settings

— screen recorder should be more reliable

— gimbal roll can now be adjusted using C2 right wheel

Version

1.5.0

(Apr 05, 2020)

— added support for Phantom 4

— added new Track mode which uses computer vision to track a selected object

— added new Focus mode which uses GPS to focus on a subject

— added all camera settings and exposure details panel

— added support for Auto-Focus on tap (X5 and X5R only)

— the C1 RC button setting is now enabled again

— fixed hardware decoding setting not always applying correctly

— fixed issue with waypoint mode finish action «Back to 1»


Version

3.3.1

(Apr 27, 2020)

— fixed rare crash at startup on galaxy s6 devices

Version

3.3.0

(Apr 26, 2020)

— added new Track mode which uses computer vision to track a selected object. When using Track’s Follow feature always be ready to use the RC switch to regain control

— Focus mode is now included in the base app, the base price has been adjusted accordingly

— smoother joystick controls in Track and Focus mode

— added histogram in general camera settings

— added Focus on long press for X5 and X5R cameras

— added Hue camera setting

— misc bug fixes

Version

3.2.1

(Apr 01, 2020)

— hotfixed pano mode with gimbal rotations for Inspire 1

Version

3.2.0

(Mar 31, 2020)

— added support for Phantom 4 (autonomous flights require P mode, switch to S or A to regain control)

— improvements to Focus mode so movements should be less affected by wind

— added AEB capture mode settings

— panoramas taken in Pano mode with a P3/P4 should be more stable and less affected by wind

— fixed bug where exposure info wasn’t correctly updated in manual mode

April 2020 updates


Version

1.15.9

(Apr 07, 2020)

— due to a bug in the DJI firmware, Focus, Track and VR with Immersive/Joystick Head Tracking modes are no longer usable with the following drone models and firmware versions: Mavic Pro (v01.03.0550 and v01.03.0500), Inspire 2 (v01.0.0240) and Phantom 4 Pro (v01.03.0418).

If you are using one of these firmware versions and wish to continue using the affected flight modes, either downgrade to a previous firmware version using the DJI Assistant 2 PC/Mac app or wait for DJI to release a new firmware that will fix this bug


Version

3.10.7

(Apr 06, 2020)

— due to a bug in the DJI firmware, Follow, Focus, Track and VR with Immersive/Joystick Head Tracking modes are no longer usable with the following drone models and firmware versions: Mavic Pro (v01.03.0550 and v01.03.0500), Inspire 2 (v01.0.0240) and Phantom 4 Pro (v01.03.0418).

If you are using one of these firmware versions and wish to continue using the affected flight modes, either downgrade to a previous firmware version using the DJI Assistant 2 PC/Mac app or wait for DJI to release a new firmware that will fix this bug

August 2020 updates


Version

1.10.2

(Aug 11, 2020)

— long press to autofocus will now also change the focus mode if not already on auto (X5 & X5R)

— fixed autofocus and spot metering in photo mode 4:3

— fixed issue with histogram in photo mode 4:3

— updated translations

Version

1.10.1

(Aug 03, 2020)

— added ability to move the gimbal using touch/drag on the video preview

— updated translations

— a broken SDcard icon will now be shown when there is a problem with the sdcard

— max number of missions increased from 100 to 1000

— fixed no sound when taking photos with the Interval capture mode

— in flight logs, the channel will now show correct values for Auto

— missions with empty names are no longer allowed


Version

3.6.8

(Aug 12, 2020)

— long press to autofocus will now also change the focus mode if not already on auto (X5 & X5R)

Version

3.6.7

(Aug 11, 2020)

— added how to connect help at app startup

Version

3.6.6

(Aug 09, 2020)

— added battery info/settings panel, tap on battery icon to show it

— added video recording time

— replaced Gimbal FPV mode setting by Gimbal Mode setting

— max number of missions increased from 100 to 1000

— updated translations

— fixed autofocus and spot metering in photo mode 4:3

— fixed issue with histogram in photo mode 4:3

August 2020 updates


Version

1.18.0

(Aug 04, 2020)

— added support for Spark: all flight modes are supported except waypoint/orbit at this time (if you are using Spark with the remote controller, you must connect using Wi-Fi between the RC and the mobile device, connecting via USB OTG is not currently supported)

— added Tripod function in FPV mode (for supported drones only: Spark/Mavic Pro/Phantom 4 Adv-Pro/Inspire 2)

— added custom function to «Toggle Tripod Mode»

— added «Gimbal Gesture Control» general setting that lets you enable/disable the scroll movements on the video preview to move the gimbal

— added «Show GEO Warning Zones» general setting that lets you show/hide GEO warning zones on the map

— added a stop button in all flight modes that can be used to stop the current flight (waypoint, orbit, pano, focus, track)

— a warning will now be shown when «Multiple Flight Mode» is disabled in DJI Go


Version

4.1.2

(Aug 16, 2020)

— fixed issue where the gimbal would not always rotate smoothly in waypoint missions

Version

4.1.1

(Aug 07, 2020)

— bug fixes

Version

4.1.0

(Aug 04, 2020)

— added support for Spark: all flight modes are supported except waypoint/orbit at this time (if you are using Spark with the remote controller, you must connect using Wi-Fi between the RC and the mobile device, connecting via USB OTG is not currently supported)

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— added Tripod function in FPV mode (for supported drones only: Spark/Mavic Pro/Phantom 4 Adv-Pro/Inspire 2)

— added custom function to «Toggle Tripod Mode»

— added a stop button in all flight modes that can be used to stop the current flight

— a warning will now be shown when «Multiple Flight Mode» is disabled in DJI Go

December 2020 updates


Version

1.15.1

(Dec 22, 2020)

— added «Active Collision Avoidance», «Landing Protection», «Precision Landing», «Frequency Band», «Lightbridge 2 Channel Switch» settings

— added «JPEG Quality», «Video Caption», «Front LEDs Auto Turn Off», «Auto AE Unlock», «AF Focus Assistant» and «Video Coding» settings

— fixed custom buttons C1/C2 conflict

Version

1.15.0

(Dec 19, 2020)

— added support for Phantom 4 Pro

— misc bug fixes


Version

3.10.1

(Dec 28, 2020)

— fixed crash in the settings with Phantom 4

Version

3.10.0

(Dec 22, 2020)

— added support for Phantom 4 Pro

— added new «relative to ground» mode to set waypoint altitudes in the batch waypoint editor

— added «Active Collision Avoidance», «Landing Protection», «Precision Landing», «Frequency Band» settings

February 2020 updates


Version

1.15.6

(Feb 13, 2020)

— fixed rare issue with mavic pro battery not updating correctly

Version

1.15.5

(Feb 04, 2020)

— added new «relative to ground» mode to set waypoint altitudes in the batch waypoint editor

— panorama bug fix for Mavic Pro


Version

3.10.5

(Feb 25, 2020)

— fixed an issue with Mavic Pro where tap to focus would fail

— fixed a Mavic Pro issue where it is not possible to control the gimbal manually when the app has control in waypoint mode (focus poi/interpolate)

Version

3.10.4

(Feb 14, 2020)

— when uploading a waypoint mission, a progress window will now be shown

Version

3.10.3

(Feb 03, 2020)

— follow me fix with Mavic Pro & P4 Pro

— panorama bug fix for Mavic Pro

— misc improvements and bug fixes

January 2020 updates


Version

1.15.4

(Jan 27, 2020)

— a visual effect will now be shown when the drone is taking a photo

— misc improvements and bug fixes

Version

1.15.3

(Jan 24, 2020)

— added support for Inspire 2

— misc improvements and bug fixes

Version

1.15.2

(Jan 17, 2020)

— fixed rare crash at startup on some devices

— some diagnostic errors/warnings can now be closed


Version

3.10.2

(Jan 26, 2020)

— added support for Inspire 2

— a visual effect will now be shown when the drone is taking a photo

— misc improvements and bug fixes

March 2020 updates


Version

1.15.8

(Mar 21, 2020)

— fixed hardware decoding bug

— fixed issue where the battery serial would not correctly update in the flight logs when changing the battery

— due to a bug in the DJI firmware, Focus, Track and VR with Immersive/Joystick Head Tracking modes are no longer usable with the following drone models and firmware versions: Mavic Pro (v01.03.0500), Inspire 2 (v01.0.0240) and Phantom 4 Pro (v01.03.0418).

If you are using one of these firmware versions and wish to continue using the affected flight modes, either downgrade to a previous firmware version using the DJI Assistant 2 PC/Mac app or wait for DJI to release a new firmware that will fix this bug

Version

1.15.7

(Mar, 2020)

— added shutter and aperture priority exposure modes

— long press anywhere on the video preview to set Focus to Infinity for Mavic Pro

— added custom function «Focus to Infinity» for Mavic Pro

— added Burst shot x10/x14 capture modes for P4 Pro / Inspire 2

— added Inspire 2 SSD settings

— added FPV Camera support for Inspire 2

— bug fixes for Phantom 3 4K


Version

3.10.6

(Mar 20, 2020)

— due to a bug in the DJI firmware, Follow, Focus, Track and VR with Immersive/Joystick Head Tracking modes are no longer usable with the following drone models and firmware versions: Mavic Pro (v01.03.0500), Inspire 2 (v01.0.0240) and Phantom 4 Pro (v01.03.0418).

If you are using one of these firmware versions and wish to continue using the affected flight modes, either downgrade to a previous firmware version using the DJI Assistant 2 PC/Mac app or wait for DJI to release a new firmware that will fix this bug

March 2020 updates

Version

2.1.4

(April 5, 2020)

— hotfixed bug with gimbal angles in waypoint missions

Version

2.1.3

(April 1, 2020)

— hotfixed bug where interpolate gimbal angles would not always be correctly loaded

Version

2.1.2

(March 29, 2020)

— added lock/unlock feature for mission editing; when loading a mission it will be locked for editing by default

— improved support for altitudes above ground level in waypoint mode

— fixed bug where in some cases the POI setting of a waypoint would not save correctly


Version

4.4.2

(March 29, 2020)

— added lock/unlock feature for mission editing; when loading a mission it will be locked for editing by default

— improved support for altitudes above ground level in waypoint mode

— fixed bug where in some cases the POI setting of a waypoint would not save correctly

May 2020 updates


Version

2.3.0

(May 25, 2020)

— fixed bug where in some cases a waypoint mission could fail to start without showing a reason

— fixed bug where the orbit speed could not be set without being connected to a drone

— fixed bug where having more than 60 waypoints would cause lag

— added new «Save to Panorama Database» pano setting


Version

4.6.1

(May 24, 2020)

— fixed bug where some flight modes would fail to start with Spark

— performance improvements

— added new map engine option: Mapbox


Version

1.2.0

(May 24, 2020)

— missions created in Mission Hub are now private by default instead of public

November 2020 updates

Version

1.14.3

(Nov 22, 2020)

— pano mode bug fix

Version

1.14.2

(Nov 17, 2020)

— the «Center Autofocus» custom function can now be used in VR mode

— fixed issue where in some cases a video decoder encryption error would incorrectly be shown

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— fixed issue where the battery would sometimes fail to connect

Version

1.14.0 — 1.14.1

(Nov 08, 2020)

— added support for Mavic Pro

— added «Ocusync Preview Quality» and «Ocusync Transmission Channel» general settings (Mavic Pro only)

— added support for Landing confirmation

— added «Full HD Stream» and «Portrait Mode» camera settings (Mavic Pro only)

— added «5D button» key bindings in general settings (Mavic Pro only)

— added new custom functions for «Digital Zoom In/Out», «AE Lock/Unlock» and «Toggle Portrait Mode»

— added «Peak Focus Threshold» general camera setting

— fixed issues with optical zoom


Version

3.9.2

(Nov 29, 2020)

— fixed bug where optical zoom with Z3 camera would not work

— fixed bug where the phone camera’s orientation would sometimes be incorrect in VR mode

Version

3.9.1

(Nov 25, 2020)

— misc bug fixes

Version

3.9.0

(Nov 24, 2020)

— added support for Mavic Pro

— Pano mode revamp and optimizations

— added support for Landing confirmation

— added «Full HD Stream» and «Portrait Mode» camera settings (Mavic Pro only)

— added «5D button» bindings (Mavic Pro only)

— added new custom functions for «Digital Zoom In/Out», «AE Lock/Unlock» , «Center Autofocus» and «Toggle Portrait Mode»

— setting the metering/autofocus is now done with a tap on the video preview

— added support for optical zoom (C2 left wheel)

October 2020 updates


Version

1.13.1

(Oct 31, 2020)

— added «Capture Strategy» setting in Pano mode, switch between «Column by Column» and «Row by Row»

— added «Mode» setting in Pano mode, switch between «Aircraft Rotation» and «Gimbal Rotation» (Inspire 1/M100/M600/A3 only)

— added «Nadirs» setting in Pano mode, allows selecting the number of Nadirs Litchi will take

— added «Width» setting in Pano mode, which lets you shoot non spherical panoramas

— added «Top Row Angle» setting in Pano mode, allows you to set the top row’s pitch angle from 0 to 30°

— added GEO restricted flight zones to the map

— added setting to enable/disable GEO system, when disabled the app will use the previous NoFlyZone system (not up to date)

— added more warning messages that will display when a problem is detected

Version

1.13.0

(Oct 24, 2020)

— Pano mode revamp and optimizations

— setting the exposure metering is now done with a tap on the video preview

— triggering autofocus is now done with a tap on the video preview, switch between autofocus and exposure metering functions using the button at the top left corner of the video preview (X5/Z3/Mavic only)

— added setting to show GPS coordinates

— added «Center AutoFocus» custom function to trigger AutoFocus at the center

— optical zoom can now be triggered using C2 left RC wheel

— optical zoom bug fix

— many UI improvements and bug fixes

Version

1.12.4

(Oct 13, 2020)

— fixed screen recording crash on iOS 9

Version

1.12.3

(Oct 12, 2020)

— fixed issue where sometimes video recording would restart mid-flight with auto record enabled

Version

1.12.2

(Oct 08, 2020)

— added optical zoom support (pinch to zoom on video preview) for Z3 and X5 zoom lens

— added autofocus support for Z3 camera

Version

1.12.1

(Oct 06, 2020)

— added lightbridge 2 setting to switch between LB/EXT video sources

— fixed korean translation issue

Version

1.12.0

(Oct 05, 2020)

— added Litchi Vue support (stream the video feed to a nearby iOS device running the

app)

— added initial support for z3 camera

— fixed issue with map zoom


Version

3.8.0

(Oct 18, 2020)

— added batch edit tool in waypoint mode

— waypoint altitudes are now shown above each waypoint

— remaining sdcard space is now shown in the settings

— added terrain map type

— misc bug fixes

Panorama database (ios only)

The Panorama Database lets you stitch, view and share the panoramas you have shot all within Litchi.
The Panorama Database is not automatically backed up or synced, as such be aware that uninstalling Litchi will also permanently delete the Panorama Database.
After selecting a panorama in the database, select the desired stitching quality and tap on «Create Panorama» to stitch it within Litchi.

Warning Avoid stitching a panorama while the drone is in the air as the stitching process can take a while and during that time you will not be able to use Litchi.

There are 3 available quality settings for stitching:

  • Low: Uses the preview images automatically downloaded by Litchi after a panorama is shot. Can be done without downloading the high quality images from the drone but produces a lower quality panorama.
  • Medium: Requires downloading the high quality images from the drone to produce a higher quality panorama. Up to 65 megapixels on iPhone and up to 100 megapixels on iPad Pro.
  • High: Requires downloading the high quality images from the drone to produce an even higher quality panorama. Up to 130 megapixels on iPhone and up to 220 megapixels on iPad Pro.

Warning

Some older devices may not have the required resources to successfully stitch a panorama. Try lowering the quality setting.

To improve the chances of a successful stitch, please follow these steps:

  • Use the Auto Pano feature, which will optimize the camera and panorama settings
  • Avoid starting the Panorama shot with the drone facing the sun

Once the panorama is stitched, you will be presented with the below interface:

September 2020 updates

Version

2.6.2

(September 28, 2020)

— fixed VR mode display issue when using iPhone XS Max

Version

2.6.1

(September 24, 2020)

— fixed waypoint curve display issue

Version

2.6.0

(September 20, 2020)

— added support for Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro

Version

4.9.0

(September 20, 2020)

— added support for Mavic 2 Zoom/Pro

— fixed crash on Android 9 Pie

— fixed bug where map zoom/rotate gestures would not always work

— fixed pano bug when ‘grid pattern’ was set to ‘spherical’


Version

1.2.3

(September 20, 2020)

— KML 3D Path export improvements

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