export reconstruction region as .xyz

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    Götz Echtenacher
    Hi maxion,

    you are talking about orthophotos?
    Then you can open the .RCORTHO file that is created on export with a normal editor to get the coordinates of the center:
    Maybe that helps?

    <OrthoProjection width="4122" height="1844" name="Ortho projection 13" modelName="Model 4"
    modelGuid="{C14A663A-2E31-4E5B-B2EA-CBB9F7FD1A4F}" colorType="texturing"
    boxSideConerIndex="21" bEmpty="0" backFaceColorType="0" backFaceColor="2147483647"
    projectionType="0" bShowOrthoProjection="1">
    <Header magic="5787472" version="1"/>
    </OrthoProjection>
    <ReconstructionRegion globalCoordinateSystem="+proj=geocent +ellps=WGS84 +no_defs" globalCoordinateSystemName="local:1 - Euclidean"
    isGeoreferenced="1" isLatLon="0" yawPitchRoll="0 -0 2.2791944450567">
    <widthHeightDepth>4.12203868802346 1.84474640431747 0.222629442811012</widthHeightDepth>
    <Header magic="5395016" version="2"/>
    <CentreEuclid>
    <centre>68.4738942707926 40.5328939642906 16.7450212792698</centre>

    </CentreEuclid>
    <Residual R="1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1" t="0 0 0" s="1"/>
    </ReconstructionRegion>
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    maxion

    Hi Götz,

     

    Yes I am talking about orthophotos but the RCORTHO File is not a very pleasing solution, because I think I would have to make a pedestrian calculation based on the center and widthheightdepth and yaw,pitch and roll parameters....

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    maxion

    ... to get the corner vertices of the Reconstruction area.

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