I want to import some geotag photos taken with a camera onta a map and then export to autocad. How can i do this.
You could run the Geotagged Photos to Point GP tool to create a point feature class of the photo location with the associated photo via a Relationship Class. Then run the Export to CAD GP tool to create a dxf/dwg file but I believe the photo via the Relationship Class would be dropped...but I'd have to test this.
Are you using ArcGIS Pro? Which version? What license do you have?
Also, what are your intentions with displaying photos in AutoCAD? Basically, what are you wanting to accomplish?
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We are excavating material from our site but are coming across lots of material that should not be there. We are taking photographs, these are Geo tagged.
We need to present this info in a clear format showing where these photos were taken in relation to the site. Our site drawings are in Cad format.
Regards Richard Buckler
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I have imported photos as points, how do I export the CS v file.
The grid system is wrong, I need uk national grid.
What CSV files are you wanting to export? Are you talking about the the attribute table of the photos?
Which software are you using? If you need to change the coordinate system, please follow the steps here (for ArcGIS Pro)
Specify a coordinate system—Properties of maps | ArcGIS for Desktop
I have sorted out the coordinates now. I want to export the data into Cad, and reference the photos.
It looks like we're back to square one. I am still unsure of what software you are using but I am not sure if that matters at this point. Have you tried running the geotagged photos to points tool as suggested by Robert?
GeoTagged Photos To Points—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
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