Testing Meshroom

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martan
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Testing Meshroom

Post by martan » 20 Feb 2020, 17:17

Downloaded a set of photos and gave Meshroom (open source/free) a shot:

It works!
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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by OBNRacerMan » 20 Feb 2020, 17:45

I really didn’t like this program - it’s kind of slow and ... in general, in my opinion - compared to it, the same 3DF Zephyr is much more interesting, faster to work and "friendlier", in addition.
Although all of them, of course, are inferior to programs such as Agisoft Metashape or Bentley Context Capture.

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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by martan » 21 Feb 2020, 13:45

I takes some parctice I guess :-)

I made a test with photos from my drone. A friends house. Not a perfect result but more
than adeqaute for "digital planning of the garden"-

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Camera positions according to Meshroom
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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by OBNRacerMan » 21 Feb 2020, 13:50

Have you tried to do the same, for example, in the same Zephyr? Just to compare quality and speed (Zephyr supports up to 50 photos in the free version)

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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by martan » 22 Feb 2020, 06:20

Not tested, but I sounds like I should :-)

Have you some results from Zephyr to show. Most interested.
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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by OBNRacerMan » 22 Feb 2020, 08:39

martan wrote:
22 Feb 2020, 06:20
Have you some results from Zephyr to show. Most interested.
Hi, Martan
I have no way to check the program from the point of view of aerial photography (but the program has such a function). Therefore, I "scanned" only objects.

Therefore, I suggested that you try to upload your existing photographs of aerial photographs in Zephyr
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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by martan » 22 Feb 2020, 11:00

I like Zephyr!

47 pictures from the same set of pictures in my first try with Meshroom.

Very quick and runs fine on my laptop. Yes, the house looks a bit sad :-)
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47 pictures from drone.
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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by OBNRacerMan » 22 Feb 2020, 15:44

Visually, as I expected, the resulting model looks prettier than after Meshroom

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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by martan » 22 Feb 2020, 19:46

This was fun. Borrowed photoset (same as original post). I will try more with my drone.
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Same statue, other pogram.
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Re: Testing Meshroom

Post by OBNRacerMan » 22 Feb 2020, 20:18

I do not know if these programs can increase the resolution of elements using close-ups (for example, Bentley Context Capture can do this).
P.S. It's also interesting to try what the Pix4D Mapper can do (only I don't have a drone)

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