ContextCapture Importing orientation metadata

ContextCapture allows you to import all needed information to create a block from an XML or an Excel file (.xls). This is useful in many situations, including the case of aerial projects containing a large amount of photos, when orientation and positioning values are known a priori, either coarse values or accurate values estimated by third party software.

While the concepts are generally known, it appears that many of them are ambiguous and depend on conventions. This tutorial will guide you in this convention jungle. It will teach you how to import data from Excel and XML files, how to check the consistency and the accuracy of the imported data and how to correct them if necessary.

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  • Hello, thanks a lot for your sharing, but I've still got some question in importing XML files, I can see the BlocksExchangeFormat.xml, but as to massive data, how should I edit it? Or is there some software to help me change to the needed XML file?

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  • Hello, thanks a lot for your sharing, but I've still got some question in importing XML files, I can see the BlocksExchangeFormat.xml, but as to massive data, how should I edit it? Or is there some software to help me change to the needed XML file?

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