We have been using Drone2Map, but we are having issues on exporting the data to ArcGIS Pro.
What is the best way to take the 3D outputs and open them up in ArcGIS Pro, ArcScene or ArcGIS Desktop.
Our goal is to combine the 3D Mesh that was created with our current 3D work.
Hi Adam, thanks for the response. How would I create a tile package from the scene package or scene service that was generated from Drone2Map. I have tried to bring both into ArcGIS Pro, and neither seem to work. Here is the URL for the scene layer that drone2Map created http://exploreoakville.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=476acc903202476a88cc780763c7bef4 , and here is the scene package that was created as well. http://exploreoakville.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=aec1379bbe5448beacda75554f3afae8
From within Pro, you'll add from your ArcGIS Online Organization. I realize now I should have said scene package for your 3D content.
The scene packages may take a little bit of time to render.
I have tried that as well, but for some reason the scene package doesn't open up in ArcGIS Pro. Would you be able to open the scene package in your ArcGIS Pro?
Frank - I can see your scene package in ArcGIS Pro and AGOL. It does disappear below the basemap in both environments when you move to oblique viewing angles (Pro right away, closer to the horizon in AGOL) leading me to believe that there is something off with the z-values. What does your raw data look like? Are the Z values embedded in the imagery or do you have a GPS file? Maybe the z unit should have been in meters versus feet.....wrong projection.
ArcGIS Pro (can only see nadir):
Ahhh, good point. Let me check that out
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