Hello!

I sure hope someone can help me.

I am creating a landscape for a serious, non-gaming application. I have a high-resolution PNG heightmap (8129x8129, 16 bit). I’m following the recommendations for setting up the importation settings.

The actual real-world height range is from 548 m to 1,253 m (difference of 705 meters in terms of elevation variance).

In the Lanscape creation mode, it automatically sets the scale to 100, 100, 100.

Obviously, the Z axis is wrong. If I leave X and Y set to 100, what should the exact value be for Z? I want a 1:1 relationship to the difference of 705 meters. I’ve tried calculating this, but depending on how I calculate it I keep getting inconsistent values.

I need this to be as accurate as possible for a simulation.

I’d really appreciate some help with this. I don’t want to judge it visually, and I need high confidence in the correct value for the Z-axis scale if X and Y are both set to 100.

Thank you!

Ben