Author Topic: Adding Targets (both Automatic and user defined) via Python Script  (Read 2428 times)


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Hello Alexey,

I've recently upgraded to Agisoft 1.1.6 and, because of API changes, my code no longer runs. Unfortunately,  I can't figure out how to add  targets from the new documentation

Are you able to put together a couple of code fragments that show how this works?


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Re: Adding Targets (both Automatic and user defined) via Python Script
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2015, 03:19:02 PM »
Hello Jack,

You can use the following line as a reference for the automatic coded target detection:
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chunk.detectMarkers( type = PhotoScan.TargetType.CircularTarget12bit, tolerance = 15)
For the marker projection definition you can use the following:
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camera = chunk.cameras[0] #first camera in the chunk
marker = chunk.marker[0] #first marker in the chunk
marker.projections[camera] = (100, 200) #assigning (100, 200) coordinate to marker projection on the image related to the camera

to add new marker to the chunk use chunk.addMarker() function.
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Alexey Pasumansky,
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