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Shift Horizontally and Vertically in Point cloud

I am processing around 1100 photos from 4 individual flights combined into one project and processed. Initially I processed step 1, added GCP’s everything looked good so I ran steps 2 and 3. After completion I noticed 1 area had a vertical and horizontal shift. I added multiple MTP’s in the basic editor and re-optimized. The shift has not changed in the slightest. I found 1 GCP that also had a varying hirizontal and vertical shift. I omitted that GCP from processing and re-optimized with no change in the shift in the point cloud. The shift is located between two flight lines where it was flown with 65% side overlap. This appears to be the only location on the project that has a shift. Any suggestions as to how to get these two potions to line up is greatly appreciated.



Hi Dustin,

Could you share a quality report with us? This will help a lot in finding the cause of the shift.

Cheers,
Teodora

Absolutely, I will post it as soon as I can. The program is running now using all computer resources so I can re-generate as soon as it completes.
(has it been discussed to have the ability to “Pause” processing?

Dear Dustin,

Adding this feature is currently not on the short-term roadmap. However, your suggestion will have more weight if you share it on our Community and collect more votes from other users.

Here is how you can do this:

  1. Go to the category Feature Request/Suggestions.
  2. Log in or create an account, if you don’t have a Pix4D account yet.
  3. Look for the feature you are interested in. Someone else might have already asked for it. If such request doesn’t exist, create it as a new topic.
  4. Vote for it.
  5. Done, your vote is counted!
  6. You can manage, follow-up or even remove your vote(s) if you change your mind.

Best,
Teodora

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