I've got some oblique aerial images that were taken in 1941 and I would like to make an orthomosa...
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by klausmayr |
August 20, 2021 15:54 |
I've got some oblique aerial images that were taken in 1941 and I would like to make an orthomosaic with them. I've done this with vertical (nadir) aerial images before, but not with obliques. Does anyone have any experience with this?
Hi! I've used https://mapknitter.org for that before! Have you tried it?
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@warren thank you for the recommendation! I'm trying it now and getting close, but I think it's possible that the angles of the images I'm using are too different.
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