Many thanks for the reply.  I have been using the professional version and 
also the scale bars made by CHI.  The models are scaled in Agisoft. I just 
confirmed that ply files should maintain scale.  So, perhaps I am just 
doing something wrong in Agisoft.  But, good to know about this workaround. 


On Friday, November 9, 2018 at 3:07:24 PM UTC-5, Katrien Janin wrote:
> Hi Gabriel,
> You will indeed need to set a scale to your models, as this is lost when 
> you create models with Agisoft. If you have the professional version, I 
> believe you can do this within Agisoft. If you, like me, have the standard 
> version, you can use meshlab (freeware) to achieve this. Here is a handy 
> video whihc explains you how to do this within Meshlabs : 
> I hope this helps,
> Katrien G. Janin
> Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies
> Department of Archaeology & Anthropology
> University of Cambridge
> On Friday, November 9, 2018 at 7:13:59 PM UTC, Gabriel Wrobel wrote:
>> I have built scaled photogrammetric models of crania with Agisoft, which 
>> I want to use for GM analysis.  But when I open these in Stratovan 
>> Checkpoint and begin placing landmark points, the scale is wrong -- length 
>> measurements on the models are around half what they should be. I suspect 
>> the problem is that I am not exporting the model in a format that maintains 
>> the scale (I have been using ply files).  Any suggestions about what to do 
>> about this? Ideally, I'd like to create a model that opens in Checkpoint 
>> correctly scaled and in color. My ply files do the latter. 
>> Many thanks for any advice!
>> gabe

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