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MSFS Aerial/Ortho Imagery through Projected Mesh

Hi there guys, I'm currently creating an airport but came to a hold due to my aerial imagery being misaligned with my markings that I've created using external 3d software (Blender). It all lines up perfectly in Blender but when imported into the sim some lines are off by 1-2m, even though the runway is perfectly aligned with ortho below. I'm suspecting it's a mesh issue that's distorting the photo below, so I'm curious whether there's a way to import aerial images as projected meshes so that everything is perfectly aligned. Thanks!

P.S. I've imported my image from blender into MFS, the issue is still there. So I think the only way to get around it is import orthos as projected meshes, but since my image is 41k by 22k pixels, cutting it all by hand can be a tedious process, maybe there's some sort of software that can do this automatically.