Export Frame And Camera Parameters (Data Management)

Summary

Exports frame and camera parameters from a mosaic dataset that contains frame imagery.

Usage

Parameters

LabelExplanationData Type
Input Mosaic Dataset

The input mosaic dataset.

Mosaic Dataset; Mosaic Layer
Output File

The output file containing the frame and camera parameters. Supported file formats include .csv and .txt.

File
Output Format
(Optional)

Specifies the output file format for the frame and camera parameters.

  • Esri Frame and Camera Table —The frame and camera parameters will be exported as an Esri Frames and Camera table (.csv file). This is the default.
  • Pix4D Calibrated Camera Parameters —The frame and camera parameters will be exported using the Pix4D calibrated camera parameters format (.txt file).
String

arcpy.management.ExportFrameAndCameraParameters(input_mosaic_dataset, output_file, {output_format})
NameExplanationData Type
input_mosaic_dataset

The input mosaic dataset.

Mosaic Dataset; Mosaic Layer
output_file

The output file containing the frame and camera parameters. Supported file formats include .csv and .txt.

File
output_format
(Optional)

Specifies the output file format for the frame and camera parameters.

  • ESRI_FRAME_AND_CAMERA_TABLEThe frame and camera parameters will be exported as an Esri Frames and Camera table (.csv file). This is the default.
  • PIX4D_CALIBRATED_CAMERA_PARAMETERSThe frame and camera parameters will be exported using the Pix4D calibrated camera parameters format (.txt file).
String

Code sample

ExportFrameAndCameraParameters example 1 (Python window)

This is a Python sample for the ExportFrameAndCameraParameters function.

#ExportFrameAndCameraParameters

import arcpy

arcpy.management.ExportFrameAndCameraParameters("Image Collection", 	
	r"C:\Data\FrameandCameraTable.csv", "ESRI_FRAME_AND_CAMERA_TABLE")

Environments

This tool does not use any geoprocessing environments.

Licensing information

  • Basic: Yes
  • Standard: Yes
  • Advanced: Yes

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