Your main task when using a rectifier is mapping points on your photograph to points in
the real world and in ASR you do this through this dialogue box.
The point number offered can be overwritten by the user
This indicates which function, if any, the point performs in the 3D to 2D
transformation. The options are the Axis points (Origin, Horizontal, Vertical) and
can change these values here or in the
window. These values are also used to define the coordinate system for image
insertion in AutoCAD.
shows the amount the small graphic window in this dialogue box is zoomed into the
Pixel X & Y
These fields show the coordinates of the point on the image. 0,0 is at the upper left
corner and increases to the Right and Down.
Real World Coordinates X, Y & Z
(Z is optional but if it is present for one measurement it must be present for all)
These fields must be filled in by the user from measurements taken on site either
manually or by
linking to a
Database point file
Here, by clicking the
button you can select a data file to which to link to get your Real World Coordinates.