Using vertical images in large 3D project

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    Rafa CR

    Hello,

    Yes you can use manually placed control pints to connect components. Was there a separate component created only from facade pictures ? 
    Please could you post screenshots of your project ? 

     

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    Dario Finderle

    Actually, RC made 73 components, of which the nadir and oblique images are in Component 0, and the orthofacade images are in the rest of 72.

     

    Just to clarify the aquisition mode, here's the plan:

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    Rafa CR

    If the result is 73 components, probably that there is not enough of sufficient overlap in between images of facades. Normally you should end up with one component containing aligned all pictures together or 2 components one for areal images and one for facades of the building. That can be later connected manualy with control points. 

    What are your alignment settings ? Can you as well post screenshot of 1ds window ?

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    Dario Finderle

    I've run the same images trough Pix4D and could connect the facades with nadir and oblique images. But, the final result, even with facade images, was not nearly as good in Pix4D as with my first try with CR.

    Following are screenshot from 1SD and alignement settings:

     

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    Rafa CR

    Please try:
    Grouping  the images - Click on Images and Group calibrations w.r.t. Exif 

    and change the alignment settings: 

    Max features per image to 80 000

    Preselector features to 20 000 

    Maybe this will alow you to get better alignment.  
    One more option is to create alignment for the facades as separate project and if this works correctly. Import it as separate component. But it seems that you do not have enough overlapping images of the facade. 

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    Dario Finderle

    I've tried what you said, now there are 58 components.

    What do you mean by grouping the images? When I go to Images - Inputs, there is only the option "Group" for Group calibrations w.r.t. , there is no other option. So how is this relevant?

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    Lucia CR

    hello Dario,

    it is explained in the in-built help tutorial 'Camera Settings', have you managed to find it?

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