I have to process a flight that was done two years ago and there is no rotation info in the pics. I've always had the pictures with this info.
This is the result after first attempt.
Your case is worse than mine...
Did you create a new camera calibration file?
To create a new camera calibration file:
- Recover the camera used during the flight and realize a capture in exactly the same optical conditions (same camera, image size, same focal length)- Capture about thirty images by following a circle around a simple object to model (a statue for example)- Launch an aerotriangulation on this dataset- Once calculated, export the adjusted camera settings (right click on the photogroup)
fisheye lens ?
Try to run aerotriangulation with tie points density:high and component construction:multi-pass
Also adding tangential distortion:adjust may help if no prior camera calibration is done.This is typical problem for starters that leaves a bad impression of Contextcapture that if data is not acquired accordingly then the results are either curved(spherical effect) or wrongly aerotriangulated. For some reason this doesn't happen for Pix4d but on the other hand Contextcapture models are more accurate.https://communities.bentley.com/products/3d_imaging_and_point_cloud_software/w/wiki/28536/the-model-appears-to-be-curved-instead-of-being-horizontal-after-athttps://communities.bentley.com/products/3d_imaging_and_point_cloud_software/w/wiki/25554/the-block-is-affected-by-a-spherical-effect-after-aerotriangulation
The problem is I don't have access to the camera, was removed of the drone last year.
I'll follow Oto recommendations.
Thank you all,