I have a project that involves comparing a scan I did recently with older Google Street View images. The area of interest is a residential neighbourhood with plenty of features that are unchanged from when the GSV images were taken and when I did my scan. The only thing that has changed is the height of one phone cable between two poles. I've been trying to use RC to align the GSV images with my scan data and hopefully get a (somewhat accurate) result that shows the wire at the two heights.
I know this is a bit of a stretch because GSV stitches it's images together in a way a distortion model can't necessarily predict and I also have only a few possible images I can use. I've been trying to use tie points to get everything to align but no luck.
I'm a bit new to RC and not a photogrammetry expert but my understanding is that there is a setting that will allow for greater inaccuracy and more tenuous links between photos and scans. Where can I adjust this? Any advice for how I should approach this?
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