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  1. Extract Google Earth 3D models with Pix4D and PV*SOL premium 2018 http://www.valentin-software.com/services/fw/yt-tut-en/dl-pvsolprem-en [Full Traskript] 1. Create screenshots in Google Earth Pro 2. Photogrammetry with Pix4D 3. Import of the 3D model into PV*SOL premium First, start Google Earth Pro. For this video I chose a free-standing, relatively complex building in England. Here I enter the coordinates of the object. A 3D model is to be extracted from this object. First, I determine the size of an edge of the model.
  2. http://www.valentin-software.com/services/fw/yt-val-en/dl-pvsolprem-en [Transkript] In this tutorial you will learn how to use photo matching to model your building with SketchUp and use it in PV*SOL premium. "You will need: - Two Pictures of the building you like to model - SketchUp Make or Pro - PV*SOL premium 2018" The pictures should be taken at a 45° angle from two opposite corners. Next we create a folder structure containing our project data. Create a new folder, rename it and create three subfolders "Models", "Images" and "Exports".
  3. Here is our new tutorial on how to connect multiple module areas on one MPP tracker (polystring) and how to use power optimizers in the new PV*SOL premium 2018. Also refer to this thread: We hope it helps! Kind regards, Martin
  4. Program options and presentation This tutorial gives an overview on how to customize PV*SOL premium for your needs. The program options and the setup of the presentation will be explained. After starting PV*SOL premium you can enter the options via the menu bar in the upper left corner. "User Data" and "Program Options" will both open the options menu on different sections. "Reset" restores either the default options from the installation or an user defined reset point. After clicking "User Data" the options dialog opens to the section where you can indicate your compa
  5. Transskript: Software Tutorial PV*SOL premium Map Import and Extrusion Of 3D Objects (Since Version 2016) This tutorial shows how quickly and easily you can create simple standard buildings and configure a photovoltaic system in PV*SOL premium 2016 without a costly local meeting. In this release, many time-consuming steps have been simplified, considerably accelerating the design process. This is achieved mainly through the new features "Map Import" and "Extrusion Of 3D Objects" First, start PV*SOL premium 2016 or a later version. You are now on the "Welcome Page" of the applicatio
  6. (Auszug aus dem Transskript) Softwaretutorial PV*SOL premium Kartenimport und Extrudieren von 3D-Objekten (ab Version 2016) Mit PV*SOL premium ist es möglich, einfache Gebäude ohne kostspieligen Vororttermin zu erstellen und schnell mit Solarpanelen zu belegen. Eine Beschleunigung der Angebotsplanung wird durch die Features „Kartenimport“ und „Extrudieren von 3D-Objekten“ erreicht. Starten Sie zunächst PV*SOL premium 2016 oder eine höhere Version. Sie befinden sich nun auf der Willkommensseite der Applikation. Wir werden
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