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  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    GUI for MCC-LIDAR is no longer freeware. You can learn more about this and my other apps at: http://lidarwidgets.com

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    You may find that PDAL is a better solution for you. It offers 2 methods for ground classification (SMRF and PMF) and it is significantly faster than MCC-LIDAR, already has 64-bit binaries ready for use and tt also supports compressed LAZ files. You can download and install it via OS4GEO here: http://download.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/osgeo4w-setup-x86_64.exe Its command line can be challenging which is why I wrote a GUI for it: https://youtu.be/cHXYh31MT14

  • Modified a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    The CMAKE/Visual Studio route is the easiest Avoid cygwin unless you're well versed in Linux and makefiles. The only thing that might slow you down are the dependencies. It requires 64-bit builds of Boost and liblas. Other than that, the build process was point-and-click once CMAKE had generated the Visual Studio solution file. You may find that PDAL is a better solution for you. It offers 2 methods for ground classification (SMRF and PMF) and it is significantly faster than MCC-LIDAR, already has...

  • Modified a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    The CMAKE/Visual Studio route is the easiest Avoid cygwin unless you're well versed in Linux and makefiles. The only thing that might slow you down are the dependencies. It requires 64-bit builds of Boost and liblas. Other than that, the build process was point-and-click once CMAKE had generated the Visual Studio solution file. You may find that PDAL is a better solution for you. It offers 2 methods for ground classification (SMRF and PMF) and it significantly faster than MCC-LIDAR. It also supports...

  • Modified a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    The CMAKE/Visual Studio route is the easiest The only thing that might slow you down are the dependencies. It requires 64-bit builds of Boost and liblas. Other than that, the build process was point-and-click once CMAKE had generated the Visual Studio solution file. You may find that PDAL is a better solution for you. It offers 2 methods for ground classification (SMRF and PMF) and it significantly faster than MCC-LIDAR. It also supports compressed LAZ files too.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    The CMAKE/Visual Studio route is the easiest The only thing that might slow you down are the dependencies. It requires 64-bit builds of Boost and liblas. Other than that, the build process was point-and-click once CMAKE had generated the Visual Studio solution file.

  • Modified a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    A 64-bit build is quite easy if you have basic development skills in either Visual Studio or cygwin. I've compiled a 64-bit version for Windows and a GUI interface which makes things much nicer. I've also written another classification GUI for PDAL, also 64-bit. Here's a link to a video of the PDAL classification tool: https://youtu.be/cHXYh31MT14 And here's the thread about the MCC-LIDAR GUI with screenshot: https://sourceforge.net/p/mcclidar/discussion/961944/thread/06d1f263/ See my other tools...

  • Modified a comment on discussion Help on MCC-LIDAR

    A 64-bit build is quite easy if you have basic development skills in either Visual Studio or cygwin. I've compiled a 64-bit version for Windows and a GUI interface which makes things much nicer. I've also written another classification GUI for PDAL, also 64-bit. Here's a link to a video of the PDAL classification tool: https://youtu.be/cHXYh31MT14 And here's the thread about the MCC-LIDAR GUI with screenshot: https://sourceforge.net/p/mcclidar/discussion/961944/thread/06d1f263/ See my other tools...

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