I’ve been trying to use the Add Location option in Sketchup, but it only let me import a reduced amount of terrain. I need to import a larger area (the size of a volcano) with a Google Referenced real image.
I tried adding different selections of the area of the volcano, but the plains are intersected and the results are not good. I also tried downloading a .stl file from Terrain2STL, but i can not open it directly in Sketchup, and I also need the model with the Google Earth texture.
Yes, I’m still using Sketchup 2017. The location is The Volcan Popocateptl, in Puebla, Mexico, and to add the Location i go to File > Geolocalization > Add Localization, but it only let me import a limited surface amount which is not enough.
The images align.
But the terrain geometry does not.
Creating a functional terrain from multiple imports is no small task.
Functional terrain meaning a single Surface entity with no holes, overhangs, underhangs, or caves.