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Exporting an Orthoimage

Access the advanced tools menu and opt for the orthoimage option to open the orthoimage menu. Initially, select the filename for the export.

Click on the blue button to continue.


Next, you will drop the box to delineate the zone used for generating the orthoimage. For detailed guidance on placing a box in the viewer, you can refer to this article.

Click on the blue button to start placing it.


After placing the box, choose the orientation that will be used to generate the image. In this example, "top" has been selected, indicating that the project will be viewed from above.


Now, you can choose the resolution of the exported image. You have the option to select from one of the standard resolutions or specify your own custom resolution.


At this point, you can decide whether you want a grid to be displayed on your image. If you opt for the grid, enable it and select the distance between each line in the desired unit.


Before initiating the process, you will encounter a summary of your selections.


Once the process begins, you have the option to either wait for all points to be loaded completely, or, if you deem that there are sufficient points for the image to be meaningful, you can halt the process after the current level loading is completed. Click a second time to stop the process immediately, without waiting for the level to finish. It's important to note that clicking a second time will result in some parts of the image being more loaded than others.



If you run into any issues, our support team is here to help. Happy exploring!