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    Wishgranter
    Hi toulbroch24

    In reconstruction settings/ normal mode you have the downscale image parameter.
    I, of course understand what it means but want to understand how it works.
    If you set the parameter to "2" is it like if your images were 2 times smaller ? or does it generate 50% the size of the regular depth map ?

    its downsample the source images and just then are depth maps calculated
    yes 2x downsample is a reduction to 50%
    1x downsample = every pixel used
    2x dowsample = every 2nd pixel used
    3x downsample = every 4 pixel used
    4x downsample = every 8 pixel used
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    BrestScan3D
    thanks for the answer...

    and what about the quality setting ?
    The parameter is set to 1 in normal and 2 in high.
    What is the max value ? how does it work ? is it possible to use 3 or 4 if you want to treat a little object (like a coin) ?
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    Wishgranter
    and what about the quality setting ?
    The parameter is set to 1 in normal and 2 in high.
    What is the max value ? how does it work ? is it possible to use 3 or 4 if you want to treat a little object (like a coin) ?
    Need hear deeper explanation too :D and the one responsible is right now on the road from Germany to our office in Slovakia so will be able explain a bit later today...
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    Steff
    any news on quality mode Milos ? I tried 2 or 3 and get absolutely no difference. :)
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    Wishgranter
    OK as we discussed it with DEVs we will remove the quality settings from there so its not confusing you
    its have no impact on the meshing, its just internal "description".

    DRAFT = Q-0
    NORMAL = Q-1
    HIGH = Q-2
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    BrestScan3D
    ok... thxs a lot...
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    Steff
    alright.. thanks for the explanation Milos ;)
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