I processed my aerial images (36 jpegs to keep it simple) and it yields a good 2D map, but get blank screen when I try to view 3D Model. Have tried searching the forums for solution. The “Full Extent” button that has worked for some people with this 3D-not-displaying-issue does not fix my issue. I have also tried in both Chrome and Firefox. I am running an M1-chip Mac Mini and using the build designed to work with the Apple-chipped (M1) Macs. My 2D display and ODM Quality Report pdf does show what appears to be a fairly accurate Digital Surface Model, so I think the 3D data is in there somewhere(?) Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
p.s. Since I am a “new user” I could only put one attachment jpeg on this post.
I have a similar system (OS 12.2.1, M1 Max MacBook Pro 2021) and I have been able to view 3d models in WebODM in the past though my workflow has changed to use the command line and QGIS. I am willing to recreate your situation – can you tell me what you’re clicking after the model generation is complete?
Success! Last time I had submitted my project photos via a Lightning page (I think that was it, at least). But since they showed up on my Web ODM page, I figured I did what I was supposed to do (especially after I was able to get the 2D image). This time I did (on Safari) directly in the Web ODM dashboard interface and it went through, processed, and displayed the 3D model perfectly!
BTW, Yes, I am running the 1.9.11 version.
Thanks for everyone’s help!