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Author Topic: save default projection type, pixel size, boundaries (as profiles?)  (Read 3801 times)

andyroo

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I generate DEMs and orthophotos multiple times for areas, with one goal being DEM comparison. If I forget to crop region boundaries to integer values, it complicates comparison since the rasters are not concurrent.

If I could save/load "region profiles" with a defined projection, cell size, nodata value, and region boundary, that would be pretty nice.

Also if I could make the estimated boundaries default to a given precision (like integer values for UTM projection) so that rasters with the same cell size are concurrent, that would be one less thing for me to forget/mess up.

RalfH

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Sounds like a good idea.

For the time being, here's a workaround: Open the photoscan .psz files with a zip software (rename to .zip before), extract the files (use different directories to avoid creating a big mess), open that doc.xml files in an editor, copy the section that defines the bounding box (the stuff within the <region> [...] </region> bracket) from one to the other file, save the doc.xml, zip the files in each directory, rename to .psz, open in Photoscan. Easy, isn't it? ;-)