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See my answer to the question linked by PolyGeo. To get your points into ArcMap, export them as a CSV from Excel and then import that using Add XY Data. I'm sure you understand that you do not use this data to edit the DEM (I don't mean to patronise you and only mention this because of the way you phrased your comment, which rang an alarm bell - but maybe ...
For the record, a QGIS Python console solution for generating multiple viewsheds: import processing from PyQt4.QtCore import QFileInfo rasterLayer = qgis.utils.iface.activeLayer() pointLayer = QgsMapLayerRegistry.instance().mapLayersByName('Points') i=0 for ft in pointLayer.getFeatures(): point = ft.geometry().asPoint() coordStr = '%d,%d' % ...
I had error in r.los used in Processing when not setting the bound of data. Are you sure there are no errors at all in the log. Can you post the log just for the r.los function call.
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