I’m trying to get a High Quality orthomap with WebODM (and Lighting) with these options: resize-to: -1, depthmap-resolution: 1000, mesh-octree-depth: 11, dsm: true, dem-resolution: 1.0, orthophoto-resolution: 1.0
How can I get better quality? If you compare with Dronedeploy there are a big gap:
Thanks for your answer. I have short limits locally for that reason I was trying lighting but It is not really useful because I can`t reach best quality with Lighting neither for the restrictions of fine detail that you said. Are there options? Do you know if there are rental servers or something like that?
Also, we have another pretty major infrastructure upgrade going in like, right now.
We’re changing part of our processing pipeline from MVE to OpenMVS, and from what I’ve seen & have been able to understand, this should represent a significant improvement in our point cloud reconstruction, and thereby, the quality of all further derivatives (3D models, orthophotos, DEMs, etc.)
Check out this comparison from four years ago to get an idea of where the two tools stood back then:
Sorry guys I was outside taking photos with my drones.
@smathermather-com and @Saijin_Naib All these sounds really nice!! Here is my dataset to try (Middle Age Castle close to my House):
Do you know when will you have ready this new pipeline to Lighting? It works with no restrictions for sure it will be my solution. I really like the idea of WebODM with external Node but I need to reach High Quality 2d Maps and 3d models.
Do you have to invoke some flag in order to use OpenMVS or is it automatically in the pipeline? I ask since when I run odm 2.1.0 I still get an mve folder in the working directory. Is it running OpenMVS or MVE?