I am processing my first drone project. All my image jpgs are lat-long of course but my products are coming out of the download with a EPSG:32612 - WGS 84 / UTM zone 12N - Projected.
Where is this getting set and how can I change it?
It should be auto-selecting the best CRS for where the data are actually located. Is that the wrong location for your data, or do you really just wish to have your output data in lat-long, with all the associated limitations?
It is the right location at 32612 but QGIS doesn’t fully recognize this CRS it seems. I am used to using 26912 which is a well recognized CRS. When I create contours in QGIS it throws them 350m too far west. The only thing I can think of is that it is not reading or misreading the 32612 definition.
What QGIS release? I’d be surprised if it is having difficulty with that CRS on 3.10 or above.
And if it is, we should file a bugreport with them.
Is your data available for testing?
I am running a different set now. I will let you know if this one exhibits the same behavior.
Thanks for your help by the way. m
Yeah same deal.
I used the Redrocks sample data and got the same problem.
Odm output is limited to WGS84 UTM. GCP’s are converted to UTM to process. M
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