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    ssh4

    Hi!

    This mean you have bad overlap. And not enough matched features between this cameras. No matches/tracks. Not connections.

     

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    Tom Foster

    No, I deliberately isolated that set of 5 cameras, for study, by inputting these extreme settings:

    If I input default settings, there's plenty of overlap etc:

    So, back to the pic and question in the OP above,

    If Component connectivity is set to 3, does this mean that only cameras with Connectivity 3 or more are included in this Component?

    But the bottom right camera in this Component is connected to only 2 other cameras - so what does Component Connectivity mean?

    Once that's answered, there will be more 'what does it mean?' questions. Like, alongside Maximal and Minimal matches, as a filter (not a setting) Matches count makes no sense.

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    Götz Echtenacher

    Hi Tom,

    I think the lines only represent a minimum common tie point number (matches) between the cameras. That means even if two cameras are connected, there might be no line between them because they have fewer matches than the threshold.

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