I'm new to Agisoft Photoscan and am trying to use it for the first time. I'm using Pixhawk on a hexacopter with a nex5 camera to get aerial images. I am able to georeference the pictures using mission planner. The camera is triggered by pixhawk every 15 meters. I fly a sloppy grid pattern over a friends house the other day for practice, and created my first aerial photo stitch in Agisoft Photoscan using 37 photos.
Here is the stitch I made.
I am able to align camera positions and create a nice stitch, but I want to be able to produce more accurate results.
I'm following this guide here, and I get stuck when placing markers.
I have markers placed, and aligned on all photos.
Where I get lost, is when the guide talks about inputting marker coordinates. I'm sure this is simple, but I can't seem to find anything on it, everything I read assumes you know how to do this. How do I get the real world coordinates of where my markers are on my photos?
I would appreciate anyone's help on using these markers to improve accuracy, sorry if this is a dumb question.