Inputs and outputs

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Inputs

Extension Description
.jpg, .jpeg JPEG images
.p4r Whole map which contains map files used for importing into Pix4Dreact on another computer.
 
Note: Pix4Dreact supports processing nadir images captured with a drone camera pointing straight down.
 
Warning: Do not modify the images, i.e. do not rotate or edit the images. Modifying images alters the geometrical properties of the camera and may deteriorate the quality of the results.

Outputs

Pix4Dreact can export these outputs which can be used outside the software or shared with external stakeholders:

  • Screenshot (.jpeg): Image of the markers and orthomosaic displayed on the map.
  • Orthomosaic (GeoTIFF): 2D map created by blending multiple orthophotos. The orthomosaic is color balanced and georeferenced. Optionally, the surface model can be generated as GeoTIFF.
  • Markers (GeoJSON): Vector files which include the geometry features Point, Line, Area.
  • PDF Report (.pdf): Low-resolution version of the orthomosaic which contains an overview of the map. Optionally, the surface model and markers can be exported and displayed altogether or individually.
  • Whole map (.p4r): Map files used for importing into Pix4Dreact on another computer. These files include a .p4r file which contains information about the map, a snapshot of the orthomosaic (.png), the orthomosaic (GeoTIFF), the surface model (GeoTIFF) and the markers (GeoJSON).
  • 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.

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4 comments

  • liu zhuang

    怎么不支持?

  • Teodora (Pix4D)

    Hi,

    This camera is not supported at the moment.

    Cheers,

    Teodora

  • Subash Gurung

    Two problems arised while using pix4d react in disaster simulation at Dolalghat, Nepal.

    1.There is no any lat long value while exporting markers in geojson format.We had to manually calculate geometry in arcgis.

    2.The markers were hard to mark may be due to laptop screen brightness.We avoided increasing brightness due to lack of power supply.Is there anyway to make this app workable in bright day light?

    3.The orthomosaic were not stitched correctly somewhere like building edges were not matched.How can it be improved?

  • Kapil (Pix4D)

    Hi Subash, 

    1.There is no any lat long value while exporting markers in geojson format.We had to manually calculate geometry in arcgis.

    You should have the lat and long value for the markers when you export them. If that is not the case, you can forward the GeoJSON file and we can verify it on our side.

    2.The markers were hard to mark may be due to laptop screen brightness.We avoided increasing brightness due to lack of power supply.Is there anyway to make this app workable in bright day light?

    Thank you for your feedback. I would forward it as a suggestion to the developer team. However, the easy fix would be increasing the brightness of your laptop or using a monitor hood to block the direct sunlight.

    3.The orthomosaic were not stitched correctly somewhere like building edges were not matched.How can it be improved?

    Pix4Dreact provides a quick overview for emergency situations so you might have some distortion on building edges or so on. I would recommend you to use the Pix4Dmapper for fewer or no distortions.

     

    Edited by Kapil (Pix4D)
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