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	Tutorial on how to use 
DJIFlightPlanner
(for planning) 
with Litchi (for flying)
Install 
DJIFlightPlanner
(DJIFP) on your Windows PC. A 30
day fully
functioning demonstration version is available, and full single
PC licenses cost 
US$99.
Contact 
[email protected]
for help with the purchasing of and/or 
technical support for the 
DJIFlightPlanner
software.
Purchase 
Litchi 
from either the Google Play Store for your Android device, or 
the Apple App Store for your iOS device.
Contact 
[email protected]
for help with the purchasing of and/or technical 
support for Litchi.  Also visit their 
help page here: 
https://
flylitchi.com/help
INITIAL STEPS
Install 
DJIFlightPlanner
(DJIFP) on your Windows PC and follow the licensing instructions, 
or email 
[email protected]
for help.
On your Android device or iOS device, purchase & install the 
Litchi
app. You should also 
install the latest DJI Go app for your drone if you haven’t already.
There is an easy way to sync Litchi missions to your device over the web, for both Android 
and iOS devices. In either case you will need a Litchi account, which is free to set up 
through the Litchi Mission 
Hub here: 
https://
flylitchi.com/hub
Your initial objective should be to create & export a small test flight plan from 
DJIFlightPlanner
, transfer it to Litchi, and then fly the plan. We would recommend 
choosing an open area with no trees or obstacles so that on the first flight you can 
concentrate on the workflow itself.
Let’s go through these processes now, with illustrations on how to accomplish the tasks 
required. The final page of this document shows the best order for starting everything up.
Launch DJIFP on your PC. Press the “SEARCH” button and enter the approx. street address, 
or press “LAT/LONG” and enter approx. coordinates for the area you wish to fly.
Use the mouse wheel to zoom in to your area of interest.
Use the “POLYGON” (see red arrow below) and left
mouse click to fence around the area 
you wish to fly autonomously. Choose a large open area with no trees, buildings or 
powerlines, where there is a good place to take off and land, allowing you to see the drone 
at all times. Preferably fly on a day when it isn’t windy.
Once your area has been marked, press 
ENTER or ESCAPE to close the polygon
. The 
Camera, imaging & miscellaneous parameters
…” dialog box will be presented. There are 
several parameters that can be entered, but for this small example, simply choose your 
drone from the drop
down list of choices, and revise 
Altitude 
to 100 feet. Then press the 
green “ACCEPT” butto
The “
Choose flight line calculation method
” dialog is now presented. This dialog is used to set 
the flight line orientation in the flight plan. In this example, we selected “EAST
WEST”. 
Another option is to use “AUTOCALC” and let 
DJIFlightPlanner
calculate the most optimal 
flight path/s for your area. You can also manually enter an orientation in degrees.
The next slide will show all waypoints that were automatically calculated by DJIFP.  
The flight lines and waypoints are now illustrated on the screen. The white node
points on 
each line represent approximate camera trigger locations to achieve the desired overlap/s.
As seen here, the flight path/waypoints encompass a larger area than initially “fenced”.  You 
can marquee
drag the mouse over the waypoints you don’t want, or select the entire line 
and then press the “Delete” key on the keyboard to remove unwanted points/lines.
After tidying up the plan by deleting any unwanted points/lines, observe the left
hand
side 
of the screen which shows various parameters for your planned flight path. In this example, 
the flight path requires three “turns” with a quantity 52 frames to be captured. The ground 
sample distance (GSD), or ‘pixel size’, will be approx. 1.3cm.  The next slide illustrates how 
you can export the flight plan in .csv format for use in Litchi.
Under the “Export” menu, select “CSV for Litchi…” and the “Flight plan export options…” 
dialog box is presented. There are two different methods for triggering the camera 
“Position
based” and “Time
based”. If you select position
based, the drone will stop at each 
waypoint and trigger the camera. If you select time
based, the drone will fly to the first way 
point and you can start the interval trigger in the Litchi app (details on next page) which will 
start triggering based on time so that you achieve the planned forward overlap.
IMPORTANT 
if you choose ‘time
based‘ triggering, the drone will fly continuously through 
the entire flight plan without stopping. This makes flight plans much quicker to fly and 
saves battery. It will trigger the camera based on time to achieve the desired forward 
overlap. A message like the following will appear, reminding you to take note of the 
‘cruising speed’ and ‘frame
rate’, as you will need to enter these parameters in Litchi.
The “Save As” dialog is now presented, and you simply need to give the flight plan a name 
and save the file. For good file management, we suggest naming each .csv file such that it 
contains a name, date, and rough flying parameters, so then it is easy to remember what 
each flight plan file is for. For example, instead of just calling the file ‘test.csv’, consider 
calling it ‘test_14AUG2017_100ft_52frames.csv’.
To import a flight plan into Litchi for sync’ing, open the Litchi Mission 
Hub 
webpage and log 
into your account: 
https
://
flylitchi.com/hub
elect 
“MISSIONS” 
Import…
” and select the exported .csv file from 
DJIFlightPlanner
without modifying anything, verify that the mission has loaded 
correctly.
select “MISSIONS” 
Save…
” and 
this will sync the flight plan to your Litchi 
account:
We recommend saving the flight plan with the same name as the .csv flight plan file.
After saving the mission, if you are logged in to 
your Litchi account, the 
mission will be 
sync'ed
automatically to your 
device. 
This is the easiest way to transfer your flight plan(s) 
to your Android/iOS device so that they area available to the Litchi app for flying.
If you cannot use the Litchi Mission Hub, you can manually place flight plan(s) on your 
device for flying. To do this, 
download the mission after saving it, go to "Missions"
�"Open"
�"My Missions
". This will download a binary
version of your flight plan (not .csv 
format). 
Then you can manually 
place the downloaded file inside your mobile device's Litchi 
missions 
folder. The 
folder is located in "
LitchiApp
/missions" on Android and 
"Litchi/missions" on iOS. 
On 
iOS, you will need third party software to transfer the mission files to the app folder 
(such as 
funbox
). This screenshot shows where to place the files on your iOS device.
To load a flight plan inside Litchi for flying, open the Litchi app on your phone/tablet.
Press the top
left corner icon and make sure 
you are logged 
in to your Litchi Account. Also 
make sure “
WAYPOINT” mode 
is selected. See below:
Press the load icon to select your flight plan file
Choose 
your flight 
plan from the list of 
options
that appear.
Set 
up the various camera settings to suit your 
mission (focus
, exposure, 
etc
), before 
starting the 
mission
. These are specific to each drone & mission so are not discussed here.
IMPORTANT 
Press “MISSION SETTINGS” and make sure:
Heading Mode” 
is set to “Toward Next Waypoint” (for Android) / “Auto” (for iOS).
“Finish Action” is set to “Go Home” (so the drone will land at the home / take
off after 
the mission has completed).
Mission Settings” 
� “Path Mode” 
� is set to “Straight 
Lines”.
IMPORTANT 
if you chose ‘
position
based
‘ triggering, follow these instructions ! If you 
chose 
‘time
based’ 
triggering, go on to the next page.
You start 
the mission 
simply by 
pressing the “PLAY” button on the left
hand
side, and the 
mission will 
begin:
When 
the mission has finished, the drone will go 
home & land 
automatically if the “Finish 
Action” is set to “Go Home
”, or, you 
can press the green & white “Return to Home” button 
to land 
the aircraft at the home point:
END OF 
POSITION
BASED
TRIGGER MODE
GO TO LAST PAGE 
IMPORTANT 
if you chose ‘
time
based
‘ triggering, follow these instructions !
you 
need to put Litchi into 
interval capture mode
. Press the 
“Settings” 
icon on the right
hand
side:
Press “Capture Mode
” and choose “Interval”:
Change the interval settings to match the 
value in the exported 
DJIFlightPlanner
flight 
plan 
(from earlier, see page 10), then press the “Settings” button again to close.
You will also need to change cruising speed (km/hr) to match the 
DJIFlightPlanner
flight 
plan so that 
the camera 
isn’t flying too fast or too slow for the trigger interval. This ensures 
you will achieve your 
planned forward 
overlap 
%. Make the number as close as possible to 
the exported 
DJIFlightPlanner
flight plan (from 
earlier, see page 10):
Now press the “PLAY” button on the left
hand
side to start the mission.
When the drone reaches the first way point (start of the first flight line), it will pause for 10 
seconds. 
During this 
time, start the camera triggering by pressing the “TL” 
button. 
When 
the mission has finished, 
the drone will fly home & land automatically if you have the 
“Finish Action” set to “Go 
Home”, 
or you 
can press the green & white “Return to Home” 
button to land the 
aircraft
...flying…
END OF TIME
BASED TRIGGER MODE
Make 
sure
everything
off
start
with.
Place 
the aircraft on the ground at your desired take
off
location.
Turn 
on the remote control first & wait until it's 
fully powered up.
Then 
turn on the aircraft & wait until it's 
fully powered up.
Finally
, connect the 
phone/tablet to 
the remote 
controller 
with the USB 
cable 
(unless the connection is via 
, then of course the USB cable is not needed).
Start Litchi and follow the instructions in this tutorial.
Some final thoughts on the best order for
system
component start
up ….
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DJIFlightPlanner
website at http://www.djiflightplanner.com