Licenses needed to use and publish oriented Imagery

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05-11-2022 12:00 PM
BrunoGomesdeSouza
New Contributor II

Hey Guys,

Could you help me please?

Here in Brazil our team are working with oriented imagery. We saw your article and replicate all functionalities.

But we have a doubt about licensing.

Our clients have a lot of 360º images to put inside oriented imagery.
We found an extension to ArcGIS Pro and we at the same time built a script to put geographical info inside photos exif.

At the end we could upload all 360º images.

As ESRI distributor we have a lot of licenses attributed for our creator users and we need to understand what kind of licenses are needed for our clients.
If you could help us to understand what licenses we need to do all the process using AcGIS Pro or direct us to the right person to talk will be a big deal.

Thank you so much

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EmilyWindahl
Esri Contributor

Hi Bruno,

To use the Oriented Imagery add-in for ArcGIS Pro add-in requires any ArcGIS Pro license. Publishing or using the oriented imagery catalog in ArcGIS Online requires an account with the appropriate role enabled (https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/reference/roles.htm). For example, to publish an oriented imagery catalog to ArcGIS Online requires a user account with the publisher role (or greater). To view an oriented imagery catalog, create an oriented imagery app, or edit a feature service would all follow the same user role requirements for oriented imagery as any other ArcGIS Online content. 

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EmilyWindahl
Esri Contributor

Hi Bruno,

To use the Oriented Imagery add-in for ArcGIS Pro add-in requires any ArcGIS Pro license. Publishing or using the oriented imagery catalog in ArcGIS Online requires an account with the appropriate role enabled (https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/reference/roles.htm). For example, to publish an oriented imagery catalog to ArcGIS Online requires a user account with the publisher role (or greater). To view an oriented imagery catalog, create an oriented imagery app, or edit a feature service would all follow the same user role requirements for oriented imagery as any other ArcGIS Online content. 

BrunoGomesdeSouza
New Contributor II

Thanks Emily!

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