Deepblu FAQ | How are the photos aligned on the interactive dive profile slider?
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How are the photos aligned on the interactive dive profile slider?

Photos are aligned on the interactive dive profile slider in two ways:

 

  1. According to time and depth – For COSMIQ users, the Deepblu app is able to pinpoint the exact time and depth at which each of your photos was taken by syncing data from the time stamp (EXIF file) on your photos with dive data uploaded from your COSMIQ. When the data from the EXIF file from your photos matches the dive data from COSMIQ, photos will be placed on the slider according to the depth and time at which they were taken. In such cases, the photos will be represented by blue dots.
  2. Evenly-spaced – For regular users, dive photos uploaded to logs created manually will be spaced evenly on the interactive dive profile slider. Also, photos in dive logs using dive data uploaded from your COSMIQ may be spaced evenly if the dive data and photo data cannot be synced. If your photo is represented by a white dot it means that the photos have been spaced evenly.