Yes, iSTAR Pulsar can now be used both indoors and outdoors. The following settings should be used to do so:
Set to "Indoors", "Indoors Low Light" or "Custom Indoors" (see article Capture presets). This will ensure optimal exposure, and will allow capture without GPS lock.
Rate of capture
Suggested default of 2.33 fps (see article Configuring rate of capture). Users may customise this if desired by using the "Custom Indoors" capture preset.
It is not possible to capture using an indoor preset and use distance spacing, as GPS is likely to be poor/unavailable in such a scenario.
In the case of a user within to capture both outdoor and indoor locations, best practice is to capture each of these separately using an outdoor mode and Distance Spacing while outside, and an indoor mode once inside.
If a distance-based capture is in progress and GPS signal is lost, iSTAR Pulsar will not know when it has traveled the stated distance, and therefore will simply stop saving frames until GPS is re-acquired.