I’m using ODM through docker in Linux Ubuntu 16.04.6, machine type: 8 vCPUs, 52 GB memory.
After a few tries I get the best orthophoto results with those
sudo docker run --memory=“50g” -it --rm -v “/home/images:/code/images” -v “/home/output10/odm_orthophoto:/code/odm_orthophoto” -v “/home> output10/odm_georeferencing:/c
ode/odm_georeferencing” opendronemap/odm --mesh-octree-depth=11 --texturing-nadir-weight=14 --dem-resolution=0.02 --resize-to=3000 --orthophoto-resolution=0.0001 --min-num-features=50000 --depthmap-resolution=800.
I want to improve my orthophoto results in a way of:
- Getting rid of those blurry areas in the orthophoto(example in
orthophoto_out6.1.tiff and in orthophoto_out6.2).in the edges there were much more blurry areas.
- Fill the white sliced areas in the edges(example in orthophoto_out6.2).
I tried to tune resize-to parameter to 4000, with no success,
also tried to increase min-num features to 60000(and also I reduce to 45000 with no success), mesh-octree-depth to 13,
matcher-neighbors to 12,tried to put --orthophoto-no-tiled, again it didn’t help, when I put --ignore-gsd the process stuck in this line-
running pdal pipeline -i /tmp/tmp2q1WgW.json > /dev/null 2>&1
Link to images and to few screen shots of the orthophoto(I have 119 images):
I will glad for some advice’s.
Thank you for the great job, ODM is fantastic!