Control point creation

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    Wishgranter
    use F3 and select particular CP

    look again on the video that im have posted, first just look how im work second look for details...

    then can get under 0,5 pix precision. for you should the pix position be the key.
    The pix error is informative and when realign after adding CPs its mostly with better results..
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    Götz Echtenacher
    Hi Wishgranter,

    just tried it.
    Am I right that F3 toggles control-point lock on and off?
    Or is it just the same as the button in the alignment ribbon?
    Then it won't change the behavior?

    As I am trying to explain in other posts, due to the different nature of my project I have to work my way through the different cameras for each CP respectifely because they are not very distinct and so I am not able to memorize them as easily as in your example.
    This results in a high number of clicks plus errors and so I was wondering if there is a way to do it a bit more effitiently (for my specific case).
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    Wishgranter
    Then try think about your workflow efficiency :D

    Have one image with the CPs already placed same way as have in the tutorial
    and open in second 2D window the next image where need to place the CPs.
    So can see approx where the points are already placed... so its easier to orient in it


    Am I right that F3 toggles control-point lock on and off? = yes
    Or is it just the same as the button in the alignment ribbon?
    its a shortcut to the tool = F3
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    martinb
    Hi Götz,

    this is one way how to place CPs. Open more 2D view, place CP, navigating between images using arrows. When clicking point in the same way where I've already placed the CP, it will start a new CP.

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