OBNRacerMan wrote: ↑
28 Jul 2020, 16:19
kth307000 wrote: ↑
28 Jul 2020, 14:42
Correction was successful, but the scan result recognizes only one camera.
There are two cameras on the screen, and the scan recognizes only one camera and shows the results.
It all depends on the selected scan mode (and it can be changed after the scanning process, but before part of the scan is "sent" to Shape Fusion).
In the normal mode, seeing that the scanning program is connected to it, it works in stereo mode, and displays the result on which you can see ONLY what both cameras see at once (and the accuracy is greatly improved).
You can also set the "Extended View" checkpoint, then a separate result will be displayed for each of the cameras.
If you enable / disable this checkpoint in Scanning mode (after the next stage of scanning), you will immediately see the difference. I only use the advanced mode in a small number of cases when the stereo mode has difficulty capturing some hard-to-reach places on the object.
Thank you OBNRacerMan always.
I installed two cameras and checked "Extended View", but I was mistaken that it didn't work because I didn't notice any difference in the result.
However, after listening to OBNRacerMan's explanation, I could try again and see the difference.
I tested it now and it works fine.
Thank you for the detailed explanation.
This time the resolution of the newly purchased camera (2592X1944) is applied, so the resolution is too high and the computer becomes very slow.
Perhaps I think it's not efficient to scan at the highest resolution.
It depends on the performance of the computer, but I'm curious as to what resolution you usually need to set.
Have a comfortable and happy day~