I would like to mention that Orthofacades are not georeferenced.
I just saw your comment under the “How to create the orthomosaic of a facade”.
With respect to this, I would to mention a workaround that has been proposed by some of our users.
To edit an orthofacade, you should trick the software by changing the coordinates of your images (before processing) in order to make it display horizontally and then you will be able to edit with the mosaic editor.
However, about the “New Orientation Constraint”,
It is possible to set a scale and orient the model by changing the coordinate system to arbitrary and adding either 2 or 3 Virtual GCPs using 2 or 3 points with known distances:
1. Change the coordinate system of the GCPs to local:
1.1. On the menu bar click Project > GCP / Manual Tie Point Manager…
1.2. In the GCP Coordinate System, click Edit.
1.3. In the Select Coordinate System, select Arbitrary Coordinate System.
1.4. (optional) By default the unit selected is meters (m), click the m and change to ft if feet are used.
1.5. In the Select Coordinate System pop-up window, click OK.
1.6. In the GCP / Manual Tie Point Manager, click OK.
- a) Add 2 virtual GCPs (Use 2 points if the distance between GCP1 and GCP2 is known.)
- b) Add 3 virtual GCPs: (Use 3 points forming a 90º angle, for example GCP1, GCP2 and GCP3 where the distance between GCP1 and GCP2 and the distance between GCP1 and GCP3 are known.)
3. Reoptimize the project.
Using Arbitrary Coordinate system could be a way to set the point of origin of your project:
Hope this will help.
Geology Rocks BTW