Airphoto Publisher's description
from Irwin Scollar
AirPhoto makes orthophotos from scanned extreme obliques and superimposes scanned maps on them in various ways.
AirPhoto makes orthophotos from scanned extreme obliques and superimposes scanned maps on them in various ways. It is not a photogrammetric plotting program, but it is a true orthophoto program working from a digital terrain model (DTM) if desired, although the DTM is not required. A DTM may be imported or the program can create one from a collection of manually entered or imported irregular heights. It is designed to give a very fast result with a minimum of handwork apart from the entry of corresponding control points in a picture and a map just by clicking the mouse. Color or black and white images of various formats may be used or obtained directly from a scanner. Any number of maps may be combined to obtain a result for pictures which show data contained within more than one map. Mosaics may be made from multiple color or black and white images. The map may be overlaid in black or white with the image(s) or combined with them to give best visibility. If desired, a mosaic may be made with a neutral background for processing elsewhere.
System Requirements:Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Vista with at least 128 MB of physical memory. A Pentium, Pentium Pro or Pentium II, III or IV processor is required. Although the programme may install and even run under Win9x/ME, support for these operating systems is no longer available.
Performance is optimal with 512 MB or more memory. The virtual memory setting of the machine should be set to at least 512 MB, preferably more. You should defragment your hard disk before changing the virtual memory setting.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall