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I have a 2000 photo project, split into chunks with 200 pictures each. I thought that would be a fairly reasonable size.
I have associated reference data for lat, lon, ellipsoid height (altitude), roll, pitch, yaw.

When I run Align Cameras with High Accuracy, key/tie point limit at 40k/4k, I can't figure out the pattern at all for processing speed. I think I had it run fairly quick once or twice, but now it is taking 5 hours for each chunk. I am currently trying to run it with pair preselection set to "reference", since I have all the information and I assumed that would speed it up a lot but it does no such thing.

This is the stats I see for my machine when I run "free -g":
              total        used        free      shared  buff/cache   available
Mem:            755          11           5           0         739         741
Swap:             1           0           1

So I think that means I have 755GB of memory, of which almost all of it is available?

This is the stats for my photoscan process when I run "ps au --sort -rss":

myUser   55289 3514  0.6 10410328 5377308 pts/5 Sl  13:05 2911:41 /usr/local/

Do I need to change a setting in photoscan to use the memory better? I'm really not familiar with pc hardware at all so I'm drawing a blank on what I should be doing to make the program run faster.

General / Re: Export Orthomosaic as JPG - No location data?
« on: May 19, 2017, 06:24:09 PM »
Agisoft support team informed me that JPG generally cannot hold location data. Darn.

General / Export Orthomosaic as JPG - No location data?
« on: May 19, 2017, 05:29:30 PM »
I am using Photoscan 1.2.

When I export an orthomosaic as TIFF (any compression), I am able to load the resulting files into a GIS with location data perfectly.

However, if I try with JPG, there is no location data associated. I also see there is no location data in the exifdata for the JPG either.

I can use the "create KML" option to get a kml for each jpg image which I can then use to locate the JPG, but I really want to have the data included with the JPG as soon as I export.

Is this possible? What am I missing here??

I want to use JPG format because the file size is so much smaller and still looks great compared to even the JPG-compressed TIFF files.

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