Undet palette Project tab
After successfully creating and opening project Project Tool Box will be filled with properties of launched .IPCP project file.
|Opens a standalone Undet point cloud project creator (Undet Indexer).|
|Opens an existing Undet project file and inserts point cloud data to the current drawing.|
|Closes current Undet project file and removes point cloud data from the current drawing.|
|Draw elevation/section line with view direction mark.|
|Generate elevation/section drawings by selected lines and add (xref) to the main drawing.|
|Unroll active view section according to the selected polyline configuration as a new Undet project.|
|Project file||Shows location and name of loaded project.|
|Project type||Shows the type of loaded project which determine preview point grid.|
|Point Count||Shows the total number of points of loaded project.|
|Shows count of all preview points grid.|
|Max. Visible Points Count||Shows the number of maximum points, which can be visible in your active View section. If View section is too big and number of points exceeds the value, specified in this field, the Preview Mode will be turned on.|
|Coordinate System||Allows to modify or create coordinate system of Point Cloud. Available options – metric, inches, millimeters.|
Add/Modify – Custom coordinate system.
Note: If AutoCAD hangs after changing the coordinates system , you have to wait for it to recover as AutoCAD engine tries to render your point cloud.
(x, y, z)
|Shows the difference between the origin of Project coordinate system and the origin of Original coordinate system.|
|Scale||Specifies the scale of imported point cloud.|
|Rotation||Specifies the rotation angle of imported point cloud.|
|Min Point||Coordinates of lowest point in the point cloud.|
|Max Point||Coordinates of highest point in the point cloud.|
|Intensity (min, max)||The range of color intensity of the point cloud.|
|Removed duplicates (mm)||Shows if there was any duplicate points removed.|
|View Section boundary||Allows to personalize color, line weight and transparency settings of view section boundary.|
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