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How to export layers from a project

Export your vectors and drone mapping rasters from inside a project

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Written by Karen Joyce
Updated over a week ago

Who can use this feature

The owner of a project with a professional or enterprise subscription

When working in a project, you have the option to export your annotated vector layers (paid subscription only). Follow the steps below to export:

  1. Expand the project options drop down next to the project name

  2. Click to export vectors

  3. Select the vectors to export

  4. Choose your export format

When you select your files to export, downloading will commence immediately to your ‘download’ folder.

If there is more than one layer to download or more than one file in the format (e.g. shapefiles), the download will be a single zipped file.

Supported file types

  1. The supported file types are GeoJSON, KML, GPX, and Esri shapefiles.

  2. Points can be exported as CSV as well as the above. If multiple layers are selected to export and they include lines or polygons as well as points, CSV will not be an option.

Downloading drone mapping datasets

If you would like to download an orthomosaic, DSM, or DTM from inside a project:

  1. Right click on the dataset in the table of contents to access the context menu

  2. Select the download option

  3. Choose your package combination of original images, orthomosaic, multispectral orthomosaic (where available), DSM, or DTM

  4. We will send you an email to let you know that we have received your request. We will then send you another email when it's ready to download. Depending on the size of the dataset, this can take minutes to a couple of hours. Make sure you check your spam folder if you haven't received the email communication.

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