- Calculate the non-georeferenced component from the base image set.
- Export XMPs as locked for these cameras, which preserves the calculated absolute position of the cameras in the local coordinate system.
- Open new project, load the images again (XMPs are loaded automatically) and run alignment again. The alignment should be quick because the parameters are already loaded from XMPs and do not have to be calculated again. The result should be a GEOREFERENCED component, in the local coordinate system.
- Then, you can load the additional set of images (without any prior position) and align again. The cameras from the first run should preserve their position and the position of the cameras from the second set should be calculated in the same coordinate system as the first component. The result should be again a georeferenced component remaining the same position as before.