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If I were doing this on the command line (and assuming I understand what you're asking), I'd use the -translate_then_scale_x and -translate_then_scale_y. This will offset the point cloud by the translate amount, then scale it. Then you can translate it back using -translate_x and -translate_y. So, if the point of origin of the scale is 1000, 2500, and the ...
This may not be the most helpful answer but I ws told that this type of crash (Im getting it to) may have to do with the way that the program is accessing your graphics card. I have staff that are working to resolve the issue for me but it is something to investigate. I believe it is briefly mentioned in the Interpolate Polygons to Multipatch documentation ...
If possible try to convert it to a .3ds file. I have had more luck with those than .dae for preserving texture.
You don't need to be updating row for every feature, so cursor.updateRow(row) should be under the final else statement. Also, I'd suggest using with statements as closing is better supported: fc = r"C:\Points\Test.gdb\Points_3d" with arcpy.da.UpdateCursor (fc, ["Elevation","Slope"]) as cursor: firstRun = True for row in cursor: if ...
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