The software suggests simple 'Project' titles, for the major file Folders where your .wav files will eventually be stored.
- Bat call Playback options, such as - Pitch, Mixer, Divider
- I like the way it looks! I think it's hard to deny that it looks cool!
- It's periodically being updated and improved via new Version releases
- It processes files quickly, and is a robust application.
- It currently does not cover North American bats in it's Bat call ID library.
- If using recordings that were not from a Batlogger, functionality is a bit limited.
Luckily, I won't need to explain every function, since anyone can download it and check it all out for themselves! But, some really neat and useful features that come to mind, are things like:
* The way it breaks down each recorded bat pass - And indicates: Length, Max/Min/Peak Frequencies.
* The Statistics feature, with a bar graph of Peak Times of bat activity.
* It's ability to utilize detector-recorded metadata in various ways.
* The Map feature, which allows you to accurately plot locations of detected bats.
As always, I will update this post if there are any immediate/unexpected changes or improvements to the BatExplorer software package.
Happy bat detecting!