Convex alignment

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    Wishgranter
    Hi Bohumil

    can make come screens so can see the image point detected on images ?
    say 1+2+2+2 layout and put images in the 2D views and enable, like this one
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/iswiqdtuo71gc ... 6.png?dl=0
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Jana + Bohumil

    Are you from same company ? so know who to mention :D

    try change ALIGNMENT setting to this settings


    then delete ALL components there and use ALIGNMENT again
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    G4D_ltd
    Hi,
    thanks for answer. Yes we are from same company (G4D Ltd.).
    Unforunetly it did't help. It looks quite same.
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Bohumil

    delete again all components

    Select all cams and click on the +Images and then set CONSTANT CALIBRATION
    And ALIGN
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    Jana
    Hi, we tried to change alignment settings according to your printscreen, it wasn't successful (Bohumil wrote it yesterday).

    Your last advice about the CONSTANT CALIBRATION has already been set there (it isn't possible to change it, isn't it?).

    We tried also to set the "image down scale factor" to value 2 and weight of gcps up to value 100.
    Further we tried also to set the lens distortion like unknown (not approximate). We attempted to compute all previously mentioned options .
    Is it possible that there could be some problem with Exif data of the images? There is displayed an exclamation mark next to each image.
    It seems that the alignment computation completely doesn't want to correspond with GCPs.
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Jana

    Its possible to send the dataset to milos.lukac@capturingreality.com so we can take a look on it here and say what can be done ?
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    Stuart
    Was there a solution to this problem in the end?

    I have similar results but suspect this is due to my lens distortion settings.
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Stuart

    can send me few images (10-20 ) so can take a look and say how to solve it ?
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    Wishgranter
    Hi All

    So have played a bit to find a easy solution - workflow for you when this issue occur. Will be ready for publication in next 48 hours.
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