Is it possible to import geotagged images into a dgn-file? Having the images land where the geotag location is? I measured a pipe, and took pictures if the pipe-labels along the way. I'd like these images to show up at the correct location in Microstation. The topics I've found on this date back to 2012, so I was hoping an update had made it possible.
Hello,please be aware that
has been logged for this issue. Regards Derval.
NicolasT said:Hi, just tried to raster ref a geo jpg made with an Iphone 6, MicroStation (V8 and V10) do not see the coordinates, Google earth and Esri products recognise the coordinates without any problem :-/
Nick read my post it has an easy work around how to make them come it at the right places.. or previous posts also mention other products to get it to work ....
and thanks for letting us know that it still hasn't been incorporated in CE version ( not V10 )....
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Has any progress been made in facilitating/integrating this process into MS?
Maybe this VBA helps https://communities.bentley.com/communities/user_communities/bentley_general_nl/b/weblog/posts/foto-s-met-gps-exif-data-plaatsen-in-dgn-file .
With the VBA the EXIF data from pictures are read and used to place a link (a cell or point) to the phone in the DGN file. All JPG files in a selected folder are processed.
I've downloaded this file but find that when extracting the zip file the DesignLinks Readme v1.0 file reports back Error 0x80004005: Unspecified Error and will not extract.
I suspect the read me file would be very useful to work the macro!
I still would try : l GPSPhotoCells: www.centauron.de/.../katalog.dot
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