Ground Plane and XMP

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    Ondrej Trhan CR

    Hi Krugz_,

    in these videos is explained a whole process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VyYLaNxHz0&t=61s

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    Krugz_

    Hi Ondrej Trhan CR.

    Thank you for your quick response. I've watched the 2nd part of the tutorial but it doesn't really explain how did they do it. At least the part where the ground plane is preserved.
    Part 2: https://youtu.be/o09FwOw6d94

    At 1:09, you can actually see the alignment to be tilted towards the front, even facing diagonally relative to the grid:

    Then on the next step 1:18, it was positioned correctly:

    This is the exact problem I encounter when using different image dataset.

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    Ondrej Trhan CR

    Hi, I already tested the dataset, which is in the video and it worked for me. It is possible, that there is not used XMP file in mentioned alignment and that is why it is tilted.

    I aligned first image dataset, placed control points with coordinates and aligned again.

    Then I exported XMP as exact. Copied XMP files into folder with second set of images (the names of images and XMP files have to be the same) and open these images in new project. Then I aligned the images and the coordinate system is the same as in the first case:

     

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