Not bugs of the software sort, but the six-legged variety.
It took me a bit of experimentation to determine that positioning my GoPro on the front of the hood with the lens about 7 inches (about 18 cm) above the hood surface was the best way to deter suicidal insects from plastering themselves on my camera’s lens. I suspect, based on my friend Bernoulli’s theories, that the camber of the nose creates a low-pressure area that sucks the bugs under the camera when it’s placed in that position. Or something like that.
My question is: Were I to re-travel some roads and re-upload some sequences that were marred by insect carcasses before I consulted Bernoulli, will the new sequences overwrite the buggy ones?
By way of introduction, my name is Richard. I’m a semi-retired IT geek and Web developer who lives on a hill. I’m new to both OSM and Mapillary. My goal is to get all of what pass as the “major” roads and at least some of the minor ones in my rural New York county captured. Why? Because they’re there, I guess.
I’m using a GoPro Hero 5 mounted on my car’s nose per Bernoulli’s instructions. That setup seems to work well enough for now. If I become more addicted, maybe I’ll do something more advanced.