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Posts on the PhotoModeler tip videos.

Using PhotoModeler with Rhino 3D

Rhino and PhotoModeler Logos

Rhino 3D is a popular CAD and 3D modeling application used in many fields. PhotoModeler is a popular photogrammetry program for measuring and modeling the real world using a camera. A PhotoModeler project can be exported in the Rhino 3dm file format and further processed or be used as the foundation for other work using […]

PhotoModeler Tip Videos and Open Photos Showing Selected

Person at computer with PhotoModeler screen

A PhotoModeler Tip is a short video introduction to one feature in PhotoModeler. We have published regular tips in the past, and we are getting back to that again. PhotoModeler Tips are useful for regular PhotoModeler users as the tips describe some of the more useful, powerful, but sometimes hidden features of the program.  Tips […]

New Method for Measuring Movement in Security and Surveillance Video

Security Camera

When you have a sequence of images containing data/evidence spread over several frames recorded from the same position, for example, a series of frames from a fixed security camera, you can use PhotoModeler’s image sequence feature to measure or track objects in the scene over time! Here are some possible uses: Calculating and comparing the […]

Top PhotoModeler Videos for Learning

Instructional tutorial videos are a great way to learn PhotoModeler.  We’ve recently done a few updates to the PhotoModeler tutorials: A new forensics single camera tutorial Some new voice overs Key videos on YouTube Newest Tutorial Video for Forensics We recently published a new tutorial that will be of interest to those doing forensic measurement […]

Tip 86: Reusing camera positions with replaced images

When two or more cameras, affixed in un-moving positions, are used in a project, the images taken by these cameras can be replaced in the project without having to re-orient them. Doing this can save time and effort for project setups or camera rigs that are reused repeatedly. This procedure of swapping images on fixed […]

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