i have a giant offset in one dataset (Microsoft OneDrive - Access files anywhere. Create docs with free Office Online.) after processing. Do you have any Idea what the reason could be?
the options: auto-boundary: true, dsm: true, dtm: true, feature-quality: ultra, mesh-octree-depth: 12, mesh-size: 9999999, min-num-features: 40000, orthophoto-resolution: 1, pc-geometric: true, pc-quality: ultra, pc-rectify: true, split: 200, split-overlap: 150
Can you give details about how you got Litchi to map fly for ODM mapping?
un-related to the issue sorry just I saw a post on Litchi lately where people were not sure how to get the camera to take photos correctly as using a mission plan with curved corners prevents running commands on waypoints like take a photo or start/stop recording etc.
I create flight plans in DJIFlightPlanner and import into Litchi.
I’ve had no issue with adjusting settings at waypoints, curve size is always set to zero in my experience. The only time I have seen it not set to zero is when I have moved the waypoints around in position and altitude in Litchi, but I don’t think it prevented any extra commands being edited in.
Yes, there have been instances of that, but I have also successfully stitched large areas of over 3300 images, and had most of an area of over 7000 images stitch ok too.
Specific it is when the drone mission for waypoint has enabled curved corners ‘enabled’ setting this will create a dialogue pop up when editing waypoint tasks saying that the task will not run with curved waypoint enabled… I was just informing for getting a start and stop for each pic you will need to disable curved waypoint mode if enabled otherwise issuing drone wait and take the photo then go to the next waypoint etc will fail to function as expected.
To reduce the rolling shutter you should ad action wait 0.1 before the photo option. Also to apply this on all points, select a second point with the ctrl key on your keyboard, then select ‚apply all‘ in the litchi waypoint settings
Curved Size = 0m will not fix the issue IRC the actual Mission Settings for that flight must be set to Straight Turns with 0m curve size it will still make smaller than 1m size curves
I updated my post as you replied before I finished adding details to the prev post of mine.
I don’t exactly know what
Is doing as I don’t set actions with % values like that.
The way I would have flown it is like this -
Sit still for .5 of a second to stabilize drone before camera photo then take photo before it moved onto the next waypoint.
Also I can see some kind of error appearing from perhaps import of the DjiFlightPlanner
Action ‘Take Photo’ has no input available as you can see on the Litchi Mission Hub that box is greyed out meaning it has no configurable value.
Also in your litchi mission planner as I stated previously I can see CYAN coloured curved paths just like example in this reply.
This tells me you do indeed have curved turns, so take photo action should not even be working according to what Litchi tells me when I enable that option in the actual phone app.
Are you preparing your flight plans with Litchi? It isn’t an issue when preparing flight plans with DJI FP, the turns are straight unless you set them to be curved. If the photos are being taken every 2 seconds, then they will continue through any curved turns you have set.
Me either, the 75% just appears sometime afterwards.
When the camera is exported from DJI FP with ‘stop to take photos’ I do not need to adjust each way point with a stay for time, as it takes the photo after stopping automatically.
‘Take photo’ is the value, performed when it stops at the way point, it doesn’t need any more configuration.
Yeah, I use Litchi or DroneLink Mission Planners I find them more robust, unsure if the DJI FlightPlanner works for non-enterprise drones when actually using the app they use, which used to be DJI Pilot that only works on the Mavic 2 Pro I tried that on my Mini 2 and no success there, but that I did format my Smart Controller during cleanup when I sold one my other drones because I had not used the controller in a while so started fresh.
I forgot last time I found a modified DJI Pilot app which was changed to allow more DJI drones to work as I don’t believe apps should be locked to “enterprise-only” drones the drones all have most of the same sensors at the Pilot app the official DJI waypoint software has no reason to not work on the consumer models
I see, I don’t need to add the wait action I choose too, this gives guarantees the drone can have a small window to stop and stabilize motion before taking a photo. The effectiveness I have not measured I add it so the drone can stop and then sit there half a second to become a bit more stable from the halt of stopping before taking a pick, does it do that on its own I honestly never tested outright letting it just take a photo I thought the drone would stop then instantly take a photo I wanted to allow a little more wait time in-case of a gust or something so it had the chance to become a bit more steady from coming to a stop.