My first tests and my first questions

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    Wishgranter
    Hi Luzu

    Thanx....

    1. Is better to simplify a high quality mesh or reduce quality in the reconstruction parameters?
    depend on use, but recommend to recon on higher settings as get "sharper" more detailed results
    and then even you simplify it the detail will be preserved ( depending on simplification level :-D )

    2. If the alignment fails and puts two non aligned clouds in the same component. Is there a way to identify the images concerned by one cloud or the other?

    its easier to find "common spots" with coverage and use ControlPoints to get it together.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8naLEtLqDY for the CP workflow

    If it want not align its mostly because of the image overlap. Can post screenshot of the scene you trying to recon ?
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    luzu
    Thanks for answers Wishgranter.
    Here's (attached) a screenshot of the scene.
    I know the use of the control points, but if the project include thousands of images which ones must I choose for add the control points?
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    Wishgranter
    Hi luzu

    so looking on the scene, you have problem to align all images or just few in the second component ?

    need use ControlPoints like in this video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8naLEtLqDY

    for every CP need to be on at leas 2 images per component so need 4-6 imgs where the CPs are placed
    look how im spread the CPs on the image....
    when its finished use ALIGN...
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    luzu
    Hi Wishgranter,

    I restart whole process with less images and then add some step by step to keep more control.
    RC succeeded with the alignment.
    I found renaming images by catégories before working (close, far, left, right, up, down, part01, part02, etc.) make thereafter an easier workflow.

    Thanx for help.

    LZ
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