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General / Image alignment over forested area - any tips?
« on: November 14, 2012, 07:15:44 PM »
Hi, I have some images taken over a forest area and I am having trouble getting them to align. Does anyone have any tips for this situation?

I have GPS and yaw/pitch/roll data for each image (is orientation used in version 0.9.0?).  How are orientation angles defined, for a downlooking camera is it yaw 0 = north, pitch 0 = nadir (+ve nose up), roll +ve right wing down?

The position and orientation data I have for the images doesn't seem to be constraining the alignment very much as many cameras are often aligned in a very different location and orientation than the initial GPS/IMU reference point.

I have attached a few typical images showing the area and overlap.


Python and Java API / python stdout, stderr, photoScan console access
« on: March 13, 2012, 12:41:58 AM »

I have been playing around with python scripting and will definitely make use of it, but have run into a couple issues.

How can I write to the PhotoScan console from a python script loaded from Tools - Run Script...
For example, print("Hello World") works from the console but not from Run Script.

Also, when I "Run Script" and there are errors in the python, where is this written to? Nothing shows up for me in the PhotoScan console. Is there a way to direct stdout and stderr to the console?


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