How To Use

 

Here is the DynaMapper Basics tutorial;

 

Adding Your Own Textures&Videos to DynaMapper:

iOS Users:

1- Connect your device to your MAC using a suitable USB cable.
2- Start iTunes.
3- Click on iPad icon (here at the top left).
4- Click on Apps button (here at the left panel). You will see your apps listed on the right. Scroll all the way down to “File Sharing”.
5- Locate DynaMapper on the Apps list and click.
6- Drag and drop your textures and videos onto “DynaMapper Documents” list. You may also delete the existing files to save some space if you do not want them any more.
7- Start DynaMapper and enjoy!

Android Users:

1- Connect your device to your computer using a suitable USB cable.
2- Go to “Computer” to see if your device is listed under “Portable Devices” like here. If not, update your drivers and make sure that the device settings allow USB file transfer.
3- Double click on the device icon. If you do not have an SD card, you will see a “Phone” folder. Open it. If you have an SD card, open the SD card folder.
4- Go to Android folder.
5- Go to data folder.
6- Locate “com.reotek.dynamapperfree” folder and open it (“com.reotek.dynamapperpro” if you are using the full version).
7- Go to files folder.
8- Add your textures and videos into this folder. You may also delete the existing files to save some space if you do not want them any more.
9- Start DynaMapper and enjoy!

Remarks

- Make sure that you do not have any textures with resolution higher than 2048×2048 pixels. Supported image formats are jpg and png.
- Make sure that you do not have any HD videos (unless you plan to play them fullscreen). This is very important because the application will crash due to memory limitations if you load more HD videos than your device can handle. Remember that even if you load HD videos, the quality of the final image will be limited by the resolution of your projector anyway. For videos, we recommend using “.mp4″. Some other formats are also supported:

  • IOS: mp4, mov, m4v
  • Android: mp4, 3gp, mkv

- It is a good practice to remove unused images and videos from your device and only keep the ones that you are using or you plan to use.