"detector sensitivity".

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    Wishgranter
    Hi frédéric de brignac
    as written there, the MEDIUM setting is the best case scenario, the HIGH and ULTRA sensitivity have been added on my request just for FULL-BODY scanning with DSLRs where it was problematic to align it properly ( full-body is solved already with the XMP workflows in much reliable way).
    In principle, as its name says, the detector detects much more points ( features ) but when you detect much more of them, then QUALITY of the features goes down, so you can get in issues with misalignment...
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    frédéric de brignac
    Thanks.... I understand better...
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    chris
    I've found depending on how you process your photos effects whats a good value.

    if i process photos very flat low contrast. then I'd up the sensitivity a bit. or lower it for higher contrast photos.

    but you can see if your getting your max points or not. whether you should change that or not.

    generally i think lower is better for getting higher quality alignments
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