iAutoApp Setttings Guide Continued
Now you've entered your FTP connection details you'll need to set the photo quality, size and you will need to specify how your photos are to be named.
In the majority of cases the photo naming scheme is the registration of the vehicle plus a numeric figure. For example: AB01XYZ-1.jpg for the first photo of the vehicle, AB01XYZ-2.jpg for the second and so on. Some website car stock systems prefer to use a internal company "Stock Number" so you can choose to use that instead.
Choose how big you want the uploaded photos to be.
Choose what quality you want the uploaded photos to have.
The Filename option as shown in the screen shot on the right can be set to either "Registration" or "Stock Number".
Choose whether you want the photo's extension to be uppercase or lowercase.
E.g. photo.jpg or photo.JPG
Choose whether you want the photo's filename to be uppercase or lowercase.
E.g. photo.jpg or PHOTO.jpg
Suffix on 1st Image
Turning First Image Identifier on will add a suffix to the first image.
E.g. photo-1.jpg, photo-2.jpg,… or photo.jpg, photo-2.jpg,…
The delimiter in this case is the character that separates the 'Registration' or 'Stock' number from the suffix appended to it.
E.g. photo-1.jpg or photo_1.jpg
Choose whether you want the filename suffix to be numerical or alphabetical.
E.g. photo-1.jpg or photo-A.jpg
Turning this option on will save a copy of every photo you upload in your device's photo library.
Turning this option on will add different overlays to the camera viewfinder to assist you in lining up and standardising your photos.
Now that you've finished the preliminary setup you can open the
app and start working right away!
Tip: You can easily check that your images will be named correctly on the server by tapping on once the app has loaded.