Reproject Raster in LP360

LP360 has a Point Cloud Task (PCT) that can reproject raster layers, create pyramids, and JPEG compress.  The PCT is named Reproject Raster.  When we reproject an existing orthophoto to a new coordinate system, or re-write to a different unit, the user can choose to output uncompressed, or JPEG compressed. If JPEG compression is selected, the user…

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Error: Unknown Spatial Reference

How to create a world file for a raster Problem: When outputting a cut and fill image from volumetrics from LP360, a world file is not created for the raster.  This error will be given when importing the raster into ArcMap: Solution: In ArcMap, go to the tool box: Under “Data Management Tools” > “Projections and…

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Add Raster Files to LP360

In the standalone version of LP360 one may add raster files using the ‘Raster Tab’ of the ‘Add Files’ dialog. Then navigate to the desired Raster file(s). The following are the currently supported raster file formats: TIF (*.tif) JPEG (*.jpg) PNG (*.png) GIF (*.gif) BMP (*.bmp) MrSID (*.sid) JP2000 (*.jp2) ECW (*.ecw) IMG (*img) Binary…

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Check Coverage

Check coverage command finds holes and areas of low point density in the project binary files. The area to be covered can be either defined by one or more selected polygons or by all block boundaries of the project. The application calculates the point density within sample areas and decides to which coverage level an…

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