QGIS is an open source GIS desktop application that you can use to easily display Nearmap's DSM elevation imagery. Use this application when you want to visualise a 3D file that is geometrically correct and highly accurate.
The 3D imagery is delivered in geo-referenced Scene layer packages (.slpk files).
Note: ArcGIS Earth is an ESRI product, and as such any support you may need should be directed to ESRI.
This guide is intended to give you general instructions on how to view Nearmap 3D imagery in ArcGIS Earth, and might not reflect the latest version of ArcGIS Earth.
Note: This application was not created by Nearmap. It is built, updated, and supported by QGIS. If you experience issues with this application, or would like to see improvements, please contact QGIS directly.
How Nearmap and QGIS Work
QGIS has native view, edit and analysis features operating with raster data. Some common Raster Operations includes: