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Add support for TIFF images #865

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pierotofy opened this issue Jul 3, 2018 · 14 comments
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Add support for TIFF images #865

pierotofy opened this issue Jul 3, 2018 · 14 comments

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@pierotofy
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@pierotofy pierotofy commented Jul 3, 2018

This is a feature request that keeps getting asked for. ODM should support TIFFs along with JPEGs.

@jtinguely
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@jtinguely jtinguely commented Jul 19, 2018

Would this provide support to stitch multiple GeoTiff images together?

@pierotofy
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@pierotofy pierotofy commented Sep 3, 2018

Not initially, no.

It has also been asked if raw images should be supported.

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@jtinguely jtinguely commented Sep 24, 2018

What I was hoping this feature would allow me to speed up the generation of a GeoTiff from large datasets. For example, if I have an area to stitch comprised of 2000 jpg's images. I would like to break this large dataset into 4 smaller datasets to produce 4 GeoTiff images approximately 500 jpg's each. Than take the resulting 4 GeoTiff's and stitch together to produce a single GeoTiff image.

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@dakotabenjamin dakotabenjamin commented Sep 24, 2018

@jtinguely that is a slightly different issue which is partially solved already using the experimental "split-merge" process, outlined here: https://github.com/OpenDroneMap/OpenDroneMap/tree/master/scripts/metadataset using a custom split

@spifftek70
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@spifftek70 spifftek70 commented Nov 8, 2018

This is to add support for using *.tif files as input tiles for stitching, correct? Would this include multispectral images? RGBN?

@pierotofy
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@pierotofy pierotofy commented Nov 8, 2018

Correct.

Long term that would include multispectral images, yes.

@JhonyVillacis
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@JhonyVillacis JhonyVillacis commented Jan 13, 2019

I'm waiting for images to be supported. tif .tiff to be able to use it with multispectral images in our precision agriculture platform, I hope it does not take long to support this format.

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@ClaudiaStoecker ClaudiaStoecker commented Mar 15, 2019

Conversion from .tiff to .jpeg always means loss of information (and sometimes even exif data) and thus it would be great if ODM could also support .tiff images as input. We are currently integrating ODM into our data processing workflow of different land data acquisition tools - should we stick to jpeg or can we plan with tiff?

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@smathermather smathermather commented Mar 15, 2019

If 8-bit works, you can use PNG for now with no loss of fidelity. For 12 or 16-but data however, there is not yet a solution.

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@smathermather smathermather commented Mar 15, 2019

Also, if tiff is a real need, code or funding contributions are most welcome. 🙏

@pierotofy pierotofy changed the title Add support for GeoTIFF images Add support for TIFF images May 23, 2019
@manoj-kovvuru
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@manoj-kovvuru manoj-kovvuru commented Dec 18, 2019

Any update on adding support for tiff images?
I am eagerly waiting.

@smathermather
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@smathermather smathermather commented Dec 18, 2019

Work is underway. Expect an announcement Q1 2020. In the meantime, follow along here: https://community.opendronemap.org/t/tiff-multispectral-support/3232

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@smathermather smathermather commented Dec 18, 2019

Ah, I see you already are... . :)

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@pierotofy pierotofy commented Feb 3, 2020

Done! Woohoo!

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