Hi, my company has a drone (DJI Phantom). We take video flybys with it. We use Pix4D Mapper for doing whatever with image processing and such. (I don't use the drone or software so my knowledge is limited on that entire process).
We would like to see a drone video flyover and would like to see the flight line taken by the drone, along with an animated icon that shows where the drone is along the flight line. Does that make sense? Can something like this be done in ArcGIS Online and/or similar products/extensions?
I've seen this type of service provided by OcuMap (OcuMap for 360Panoramic Street Level Mobile Mapping System, 3D imaging ) but I wonder if I can somewhat recreate this with what I have (or if I need just one other software/service). We have ArcGIS Pro (Standard License), ArcGIS Online, and a whole lot of willpower...
There are two options to achieve this in ArcGIS.
Sorry for the delayed reply. I really appreciate your response. I have attempted to work through a few of these things but still feel like I'm coming up short. I have the oriented imagery add-in installed into my ArcGIS Pro. But I guess I do not understand how to take a video we made (it's an mp4 and I have it hosted on a web server) and utilize it in ArcGIS Online (or Pro for that matter).
Here are a few places where I'm stuck. In this documentation
I don't get how to create an empty OIC. All I have is
which just shows me how I can add OIC. It also says this:
you'll need to create your own OIC. To do this, you'll use a set of Oriented Imagery Management geoprocessing tools available from ArcGIS Online
I still am failing to find where these tools are...
So, I can't get past the first part of step two.
Another issue I have is in using this map: Oriented Imagery Viewer , the documentation says to select a catalog to see how this imagery is used. But, I can't figure out where to turn off and on to see different imagery or changes. This is what I see:
Just to verify, does the Add Images to Oriented Imagery Catalog support various video formats? I didn't see anything mentioned in the user guide about video formats.
If yes, which video formats are supported?
If yes, does the videofile need to have MISB compliant metadata?
Thank you for any help.