I have one project where after aligning photos I re-oriented result (scan of building) more or less along XYZ axis using Define Ground Plane tool, without any precise data.
Then I created a next project with some new photos added to old ones, matching positions using XML data from photos present in previous project. The new project is not re-oriented (I would not be able to match the previous re-orientation by hand anyway).
Despite different orientations, when importing old mesh to new project, or new mesh to old project, orientation and scale is somehow matching perfectly, which is exactly what I need.
The problem is, when exporting OBJs to external software, both results do not match anymore.
I noticed that RC is able to match internally by 'transformToModel data saved inside .rcinfo file, but I have no idea what those (16 in total) numbers mean or how to use them to transform model myself.
How can I match orientation of new align to the old one, so that exported geometry matches?
In case the xml data is needed for inspection:
The first re-oriented align has this:
<transformToModel>0.811814793027046 -0.583914958092568 0 2.57800973218799 0.583914958092568 0.811814793027046 0 -3.8940315281316 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1</transformToModel>
While the new one not-reoriented has this:
transformToModel="1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1">
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