Export Image Geolocation/ Ground Control Points

It is possible to export into file:

  • Export Image Geolocation: For images, the coordinates and, optionally, the orientation and/or the accuracy of the coordinates.
  • Export Ground Control Points: For GCPs and Check Points, the coordinates and, optionally for GCPs, the accuracy of the coordinates.

 

Export Image Geolocation 

 
Access:
  • On the Menu bar, click on Project > Image Properties Editor..., on Geolocation and Orientation, click To File...
  • When creating a new project, after loading the images, in the Image Properties, on Geolocation and Orientation, click To File...

Displays the following options:

  • Attributes: Defines which attributes are exported:
    • Name, Coordinates, Orientation, Accuracy (default)
    • Coordinates
    • Name, Coordinates
  • Coordinates Order: Defines the type of coordinates and in which order they are stored:
    • For geographic WGS84 (longitude, latitude, altitude):
      • Latitude, Longitude, Altitude(default)
      • Longitude, Latitude, Altitude
    • For image geolocation coordinates that are given in any coordinate system (X,Y,Z) apart from WGS84 geographic coordinates:
      • X, Y, Z (default)
      • Y, X, Z
  • Delimiter: It defines the delimiter character of the file, used to separate the values. The drop down list has the following options:
    • Comma (default)
    • Space
    • Tab
    • Semicolon
  • File: Shows the path and name where the file will be stored.

And the buttons:

  • Browse: Navigates to the path where the file will be stored.
  • OK: Confirms and applies the changes.
  • Cancel: Do not save the changes and exit.
  • Help: Opens the Pix4Dmapper help.

For more information about the format of the exported file: 202558539.

 

Export Ground Control Points

 
Access: On the Menu bar, click on Project > GCP/MTP Manager..., on GCP/MTP Table, click Export GCPs...
 
Note: Only GCPs and Check Points can be exported.

Displays the following options:

  • Attributes: Defines which attributes are exported:
    • Label, Coordinates (default)
    • Coordinates
    • Label, Coordinates, Accuracy
  • Coordinates Order: Defines the type of coordinates and in which order they are stored:
    • For geographic WGS84 (longitude, latitude, altitude), GCPs/Check Points coordinates:
      • Latitude, Longitude, Altitude (default)
      • Longitude, Latitude, Altitude
    • For GCPs/Check Points coordinates that are given in any coordinate system (X,Y,Z) apart from WGS84 geographic coordinates:
      • X, Y, Z (default)
      • Y, X, Z
  • Delimiter: It defines the delimiter character of the file, used to separate the values. The drop down list has the following options:
    • Comma (default)
    • Space
    • Tab
    • Semicolon
  • File: Shows the path and name where the file will be stored.

And the buttons:

  • Browse: Navigates to the path where the file will be stored.
  • OK: Confirms and applies the changes.
  • Cancel: Do not save the changes and exit.
  • Help: Opens the Pix4Dmapper help.

For more information about the format of the exported file: 202558539.

 

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