Hi I would like to upscale a photoreal image to fit the road size. Is there a parameter where I can upscale the image?
Hi Gary, I actually mean the image is out of proportion in comparison with the rest of the scenery. So yep I would like to actually scale the image.
Yes I am certain as I go the club.are you certain that hanger is used for a non-disassembled glider
Do you mean long/lat?What are the Geographic coordinates of the "mis-matched" road sizes seen in the bottom image that you attached to your post above ?
Google Earth 'Ruler' tool: Schleicher ASK 21 glider wingspan in the upper image correlates with the Google Earth 3D and 'real' world size.
The same appears to also be true for the hangar size; are you certain that hanger is used for a non-disassembled glider ?
Yes I am certain as I go (to) the club.
What are the Geographic coordinates of the "mis-matched" road sizes seen in the bottom image that you attached to your post above ?
Yes, please; Geographic coordinates in Latitude and Longitude ...from either SBuilderX or Google Earth.
All of those.OrbX FTX Global Vector
OrbX FTX Global openLC Europe
OrbX FTX EU England
I used 'virtualEarthSatelilte'Which tileserver did you use in SBuilderX for your custom photo-real imagery land class BGL shown in your attached screenshots above ?
I only use Orbxs' stuff.Flight1 Scenery Solutions Ultimate Terrain X Europe
Any other 3rd party add-on providing land class textures and/or CVX vector Roads
This seems like the best optionOtherwise, you can 'Exclude' OrbX Global Vector CVX vector BGL (local) QMID-11 contents, and replace it with your own custom Roads, so that they align with the imagery of 'VirtualEarthSatellite'.
Oh wow, thanks a lot! I have been planning to create some 3D models but got no idea how to. Is Sketchup free? If so is there a tutorial?FYI: I am making a "quick-and-dirty" 3D model of the hangar in question from Trimble imagery in Sketchup to inquire into the 'scale' issue.