I have been using Commandlinetools (CLT) for many months. Since I have little experience with command line, Python, etc., I had to painstakingly find the command line to edit and upload the images. Many questions in the forum and some trial and error was necessary to get the Mapillary tools to work successfully.
Now the Mapillary tools seem to have received an update and nothing is as it once was.
I am now only getting error messages when trying to upload images.
So far I have used the following command and options for view direction correction and upload:
C:\Users\ … \Python\Python310\Scripts\mapillary_tools.exe process_and_upload --advanced --import_path d:/m --user_name yxz --overwrite_EXIF_direction_tag --keep_duplicates --interpolate_directions
But now the following error message appears:
mapillary_tool: error: unrecognized arguments: --advanced --import_path --keep_duplicates
Path and mapillary tools are ok. The command
C:\Users\ … \Python\Python310\scripts\mapillary_tools.exe process --advanced --help
shows me the help about command and command options.
My request is for someone to tell me a suitable syntax of the CLT.
Whereby the following processing steps should be done:
- View direction correction with view direction (compass) from image to image.
- Supposed duplicates should be kept. I take photos on foot, about every 5m. I guess every now and then photos are mistaken for duplicates because the distance is so small.
- I don’t want the sequence to be split into 2 or more sequences just because I have 7m or 8m spacing between images now and then.
I don’t want to use the desktop uploader because it hangs twice every time I try to upload. Once after reading in the photos and then again after correcting the viewing direction. I then always have to quit and restart the program.
It would be nice if someone could write me a suitable command line.
I can’t find any reasonable documentation with the help of which I could solve the problem. The examples on Github have become unhelpful as of late. The output of the --help call above is not very enlightening for laymen.
With kind regards