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What is the format of your file? If you have a .ply, there is a new module of GRASS GIS that allows geo-referencing of points cloud in this format: v.ply.rectify. Here are the quick instructions: Create a .txt file with source and target coordinates; save the file with the same name as the point cloud in the same folder. Open v.ply.rectifiy in GRASS GIS 7, ...


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Hold right click to pan the pointcloud, or the equivalent of right click on your system.


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Explanation: When not specified, it's the ASCII format that is used by the PLY writer. This impacts the precision of the points. Header of the original CloudCompare point cloud: $ head -n16 input.ply ply format binary_little_endian 1.0 comment Created by CloudCompare v2.10-alpha comment Created 03.08.18 14:45 obj_info Generated by CloudCompare! ...


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My error was misunderstanding the offset and scale functionality in liblas. When defining an offset and a scale the adaptation of the points is performed inside the liblas::Point::SetCoordinates function. The trick is to set the offset and scale in the header of the writer but still give the SetCoordinates function the original values. Also the scale ...


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Assuming both rasters align (same CRS and cell size*), a first option is: Retrieve the bridge's boundaries as vector from the bridge raster: Digitizing raster automatically? Clip the bridge raster using the Clipper tool or gdalwarp: Clipping raster with vector boundaries using QGIS? Clipping raster with an irregular shape? Merge the clipped raster into ...


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