I have imported the geolocation and placed my building on map. When I export my finished file to Google Earth, the house is about 10 meters to the west. Right there on the road blocking all traffic
I bet the neighbors don’t appreciate that.
What is the location? Since the geo-location data doesn’t come from Google I guess slight differences could be expected. Which one is right?
While testing my kml importer, I have often noticed a discrepancy of up to a couple of meters between kml placemarks exported by Google Earth and the corresponding locations in SketchUp geolocation. There are a lot of technical reasons this can happen. I wouldn’t use either as an official reference based on the coordinates, rather move things as necessary to align them with features.
This is my second attempt at Sketchup. I really like create from pictures feature.
When importing the map is offset from the picture:
This is how it looks in Google earth:
It would be nice if I can keep the image from the geolocation, but place it differently in the real world.
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