I just generated a 3D point cloud / mesh and in Drone2Map and Pro it is beneath the ground elevation and basemap. What is going on here?
This happens when the altitude values from the drone are not accurate and/or ground control was not used. If you are not using ground control, use the Image Altitude tool on the Flight Data tab.
Additionally when you create a 3D point cloud / mesh in D2M, you can also create a DSM and DTM. You can then add one of these (DTM is best) as a ground elevation source in ArcGIS Pro. This will set the elevation in your project area to what was processed in D2M.
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