I have a problem with geo-referenced photos from a DJI drone. I have the coordinates of the center of the photo and the metadata related to the photo and I would like to know how to go from a pixel to its relative coordinates.
Example metadata [Exif]:
Mavic 2 Pro flight and pictures excellent, but image EXIF data shows altitude was a bit over 115 million meters...which would be impressive if true. Lat/Lon also consistently off by about 3/4 mile. This matters when feeding pics into Pix4D photogrammetry software. Anyone else check their EXIF...
I've written some scripts to process timelapse photos I'm taking into a video, but I've noticed that some of the images aren't facing the right way.
I can't see where camera heading is encoded into the EXIF or XMP portions of the jpg/dng file - does anyone have any experience with this?
I have not needed to do this until now. I would like to have altitude, GPS coordinates, and maybe more show overlayed on the main video screen. I think it's really simple but it is escaping me at the moment.
I used to do it on my P2 but not the MP yet.
Hi Guys just a quick one,
Im doing a thesis on the mavic pro and need to determine how the time is stamped onto the image.
I originally presumed it was GPS time, but when i ran the images through an exif viewer the GPS time wasn't there.
Cheers let me know
When saving photos & videos from DJI Go 4 (I’m on IOS version), the date and time info does not appear to be saved. Are others experiencing the same? Any suggestions to correct?
To be clear, these are the cached images and videos, not files saved/downloaded from Mavic itself.
The GPS Lat/Lon data ( in the image's EXIF properties ) in Mavic pictures is shown in format Hours, Minutes, Seconds (hddd,mm,ss.s). Our other software is set up in Hours & decimal format (hddd.dddddddd )
Is this a option/setting that can be changed in the Mavic software at all ??