The best way to upload Sequoia imagery is utilizing FarmLens Uploader, however if you are directed to upload through the website (or you need to upload through the website) following these instructions:
You'll want to pull all the imagery off the memory card, the image sets should be organized by flight, a folder for each individual flight.
Within the folders (if you flew Sequoia) you'll find the RGB JPG files and the individual bands as "TIF" files; along with a folder containing calibration images and a folder containing "thumbs" (thumbnails). If you're using a non-windows computer you may not see the ".thumbs" folder in your preferred file browser.
If you flew a RedEdge
... or any camera that has only individual bands, you can just select all the images (and calibration images) for your flight and either zip them (additional details here) or upload using the individual image upload. You'll want to upload all the files as a single flight.
If you flew a Sequoia
... or any camera that has individual bands and RGB, then you'll need to upload the RGB images as one set and the individual bands + calibration images as another (for a total of two uploads). The easiest way to separate the images is to sort the images by type (extension) or to search "RGB" in the searchbox of your file browser. On Windows this can be down by starting Windows Explorer and browsing to the files and clicking on the "Type" column. RGB images should be all together since they are JPGs and multispectral images are tiffs. For Mac, you can use finder and make sure the "Kind" column is visible (if it's not, right click on the row that has "name" and make sure to check the box for "Kind"), then sort by kind.
Then select the images and drag/drop them into the "Upload a File" button. Or create a zip file...
- To create a Zip archive on Windows, select all your photos, then right click and choose 'Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder.
- On Mac, locate the items to zip in the Mac Finder (file system). Select all your flight photos. While these items are still selected, right-click (or control-click, or two-fingered trackpad click) on a single highlighted file to bring up a menu. Navigate this menu to “Compress Items” (or, with older versions of OS X, look for “Create Archive of ___ items”) and click on it to build the zip archive file.
The FarmLens upload page looks for 'ZIP', 'KMZ', or 'RAR' files when you attempt an upload.