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- The main input to Pix4Dfields is either JPEG or TIFF image files (multispectral, RGB, and thermal).
- Folders that contain TIFF or JPEG images.
- Pre processed maps (Import as GeoTIFF)
- Field boundaries (import as Shapefile, KML or GeoJSON)
- Annotations (import as GeoJSON)
|.jpg, .jpeg||JPEG images|
|.tif, .tiff||Monochromatic TIFF
Multi-band TIFF (RGB / Infrared / thermal)
1 layer (no pyramid, no multi-page)
8, 10, 12, 14, 16 bit integer, floating point
|.p4f||Whole map which contains map files used for importing into Pix4Dfields on another computer.|
Pix4Dfields can generate these outputs which can be exported for use outside the software:
- Orthomosaic (GeoTIFF file): 2D model (map) created by blending multiple orthophotos. Color balanced to be visually pleasing.
- Digital Surface Model (GeoTIFF file): Consists of elevation data.
- Index map (GeoTIFF file): To each index is associated with an index map. For each pixel on this map, the value of the pixel is derived from the associated color value.
- Zonation maps (export as Shapefile, KML or GeoJSON): A map that translates information from the vegetation index maps into a more operational layer.
- Prescription maps (export as Shapefile, KML or GeoJSON): A zonation map where each of the zones has a value for the Variable Rate Application.
- Annotations (export as GeoJSON): Adding annotations to areas of interest helps convey more valuable and actionable information.
- PDF report (export as PDF): A report that aggregates all the information in your project for easy sharing.
- Whole map (.p4f): Map files used for importing into Pix4Dfields on another computer. These files include a .p4f file which contains information about the project.
- Snapshot (.jpeg): Image of annotations, base map, and orthomosaic layers selected from your project.
- Log files: Text files which show useful information about the processing of the project. They describe the steps and substeps of processing, the actions taken, the warnings and the errors during the processing. Log files are needed if the users experience problems and are in contact with technical support.
For some visual examples: Pix4Dfields outputs