Process WingtraOne images with Agisoft Metashape

Learn how to process WingtraOne images with Metashape photogrammetry software

To process a project with Agisoft Metashape please follow the step-by-step instructions. You may download a dataset from this link.

General recommendations

  • WingtraOne data sets, in particular from its RX1R II payload, can be very large. Please make sure to have enough computing resources available.
  • We recommend >= 32GB RAM, >6 core and enough high-speed SSD storage. For more information please check this article.

Step 1— Open Metashape and create project

Click on Workflow and then add pictures manually from a folder or select the complete folder. If you have more than one folder, you can select one folder and then add more folders.

Step 2— Select Single cameras

When processing RGB data sets, it's important to select Single cameras in order to process them correctly

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Step 3 — Align Photos

Go to Workflow and select Align Photos...

We recommend using High Accuracy and that you tick the "Generic preselection" and "Reference preselection" boxes

Step 4 — Build Dense Cloud

Go to Workflow and select Build Dense Cloud...

We recommend using High Quality for better results. Note that this can make the processing take longer.

Step 5 — Build DEM

Go to Workflow and select Build DEM...

We recommend using High Quality for better results. Note that this can make the processing take longer.

The DEM is the Digital Elevation Model which can give you precise information on the Surface model and where the water will flow to. 

You can view the DEM by double-clicking on DEM under Chunk1 and see the map with different colors showing the heights.

You can even see the Contour Lines by clicking on Tools and Generate Contours...
Here you can choose the interval measured in meters and set the min and max altitude

Step 6 — Build Orthomosaic

Go to Workflow and select Build Orthomosaic...

You can view the Orthomosaic by double-clicking on Orthomosaics under Chunk1 

 

If you'd like to see more examples and understand more about exporting the data, please check Metashape's Knowledge Base.