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What's new from ReefMaster

Sidescan Mosaic Module

ReefMaster's brand new sidescan mosaic module is now available!

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  • Compatible with Lowrance and Humminbird sidescan sonar data.
  • Create large, high-resolution mosaics using data from any number of track logs.
  • Fast and easy review of in-situ sidescan data in the track edit window.
  • Export sidescan imagery in a range of formats, including MBTiles, KML super-overlays and AT5 raster format for use directly in Navico chart-plotters.
  • Sidescan mosaic is an add-on module priced at US$49, and works with both ReefMaster LITE and PRO editions.

Also new in version 1.8

Preset Map Styles

Preset map styles make map creation much simpler. Map projects can now be exported with a single mouse-click in one of a selection of ready-made styles, including a range of AT5 and Google Earth vector and raster maps.

Shaded Relief Export

Shaded relief is a new raster export format that provides a high-resolution overhead view of a 3D map project. Shaded relief images can be used as backgrounds in AT5 and Google Earth Maps.

Text File Data Import

Import options for text files, such as Comma Separated Value (CSV) have been expanded, making it much easier to use data from a wide variety of data sources within ReefMaster:
  • Support for a very wide range of geographic and projected coordinate systems.
  • Configure data layout within each file row.
  • Automatic thinning of data-sets.

How to upgrade to the latest version of ReefMaster

To upgrade to version 1.8 of ReefMaster, run the Check for Updates application and follow the on-screen prompts. The Check for Updates application can be found in the ReefMaster folder, located in the Windows Start menu. Upgrading is free for all existing users.

Support Forum

The ReefMaster support forum goes from strength to strength, and is a great resource for all things map-related. Please take a moment to drop in, register and see what other users have been up to. The support forum should be your first port of call for application support issues.

Never tried ReefMaster?

You can download a free 14-day trial of ReefMaster here.

My trial expired, but I’d like to try the new version

ReefMaster has been developing at a rapid rate, and is continually improving. If you have tried ReefMaster before, and already used up your free trial, we'd love you to try our new features.
Drop an email to support@reefmaster.com.au and we will send you a key and instructions on how to use it to get another two weeks of the fully featured trial version. Please note that this is not an automated service and you may not receive your new key for up to 24 hours.



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