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I just uploaded a new version of LAStools today. Try running this via laspublish which is essentially just a wrapper for PotreeConverter but is tested to produce a functional Web portal. Oh. And make sure your files are not in LAS 1.4 format which the PotreeConverter cannot yet handle. Maybe provide a lasinfo report ... ?


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There is an issue at the Github Repository that threats the same problem. The person solved the issue by running the make and make install separated without the && (AND_IF) operator: sudo make sudo make install


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No, this is not currently possible. The laz-perf library that Potree and plas.io depend upon needs an update to support this capability.


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Look for "potree.Gradient" in the file potree.js The Gradient is a collection of six colourvalues. Each value is the RGB Value divided by 255. Potree.Gradients = { RAINBOW: [ [0, new THREE.Color(0.278, 0, 0.714)], [1/6, new THREE.Color(0, 0, 1)], [2/6, new THREE.Color(0, 1, 1)], [3/6, new THREE.Color(0, 1, 0)], [...


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If you're using Potree in your browser, you can open your browser's developer tools and interact with the viewer. If you go to the console, you can enter the following line to get the unit of your x,y,z system (while viewing the Potree Viewer webpage): viewer.lengthUnit It will return the string of the unit, such as "m" for meters. If you are using Potree ...


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You need to add the script for shapefiles (shapefile.js) <script src="libs/shapefile/shapefile.js"></script> then potree.js can call "shapefile"


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The first one is from Potree 1.3, where all the available stuff fit into a dat.gui panel (top-right), whereas the second link is from Potree 1.5RC, where everything has been stacked into the sidebar to the left. The sidebar could theoretically be modified by adjusting sidebar.html, sidebar.js and potree.css in the src/viewer directory. You could also try ...


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Potree Converter 1.5 Cannot Process XYZ FILES so we have to convert XYZ To las using Free OF COST Feature txt2las of Lastools I process las file and get my desired result.


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The point cloud data added into PotreeViewer can be accessed by using viewer.scene.pointclouds array. From this array, you can remove the previously added point cloud data. And If you want to show or hide the pointcloud then you can use the visible property of pointcloud object form viewer.scene.pointclouds array. E.g viewer.scene.pointclouds[0].visible = ...


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