To reproject a raster in LP360/TrueView Evo you will need to establish the source SRS if one does not already exist. Do this by right-clicking on the raster layer, selecting Properties, SRS tab, and the ellipsis in the top right of the dialog.
The Select Coordinate System dialog will pop up where you can setup your source horizontal and vertical system. Once you have done that select “OK”.
Now that your source SRS is setup, click on the “Point Cloud Tasks” at the bottom of the Table of Contents. Towards the top of the tab should be a dropdown menu where you can select your point cloud task (1). Here you will select your reproject raster point cloud task. If you have not added this point cloud task to your library, see Adding a Point Cloud Task.
Choose the raster layer you want to reproject in the “Input Raster Layer” box (2). If you only have one raster layer in the project it will be automatically selected. Check the “Convert SRS” checkbox and select your target SRS after clicking on the ellipsis to the right (3). Then choose where you want to save the new raster file under the the “Output Folder” box (4).
After you have made these selections click “Apply” at the bottom right of the page (5) to save the edits to the PCT. Then, select “Execute Point Cloud Task for a Project” on the LP30 Point Cloud Tasks Toolbar (6).
The point cloud task will now begin, and the new raster should automatically load into your project. You can confirm the new SRS is correct by going to the new layer’s properties, and select the “SRS” tab once again.
Note: LP360 does not currently perform on-the-fly reprojections for raster layers, so the placement of the new image may not appear correct if compared to data that has a different SRS.