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The exported outputs contain the information about layers that will be automatically recognized when importing them into third-party software. 

 
Important: Without a trial or a commercial license, the functionalities of the software are limited. For example, without a license it is not possible to export results and save projects.

Export all outputs

To export all outputs in PIX4Dsurvey:

  1. On the Menu bar, click File.
  2. Click Export To and select the output format. The dialog Select File appears.
  3. Navigate to the path where you want to save the file.
  4. In File name, type the desired file name.
  5. Click Export.

The exported outputs are now ready for import into your preferred third-party software. 

Export an output

To export an individual output:

  1. Right-click on the desired object in the Content panel.
  2. Click Export To and select the output format. The dialog Select File appears.
  3. Navigate to the path where you want to save the file.
  4. In File name, type the desired file name.
  5. Click Export.

The exported outputs are now ready for import into your preferred third-party software. 

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  • VICTOR CAMPUZANO

    tengo una licencia de prueba y no me permite exportar archivos 

  • Blaž (Pix4D)

    Hi Victor,

    I had a look and there is no trial license associated with your account. If you don’t have a Pix4D license yet, feel free to get in touch with Technical Sales about purchasing a license or getting a trial.

    Best,

  • Manuel del valle

    Hola,

    Puedo exportar e importar archivos dxf a Pix4Dsurvey?

    Saludos.

  • Blaž (Pix4D)

    Hi Manuel, 

    It is possible to export .dxf files from Pix4Dsurvey. All information about layers will be automatically recognized when importing them in third-party software, for example CAD. 

    You can import .dxf files into Pix4Dsurvey and use them as a reference and a base for vectorization. Snapping on existing vertices is supported so you can really take advantage of the preexisting data.

    Best,

    Edited by Blaž (Pix4D)
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