HIgh Resolution Ortho Photo of sculpture

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    Nigel Coxon

    You can set the "X" and "Y" dimension of the image from the settings...I also found my defaults produce almost a blocky 8 bit image,,,but you can increase it to 4000 x 3000 or whatever...

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    vektra_varazdin

    or even better, set desired pixel size :)

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    Zuzana Ďuríčková CR

    Hello James,

    in the Ortho projection tool, Width and Height (outside the Info group) defines the resolution of the rendered projection. When changing one of these parameters, the other parameter and the Ortho pixel size will be recomputed accordingly to preserve the aspect ratio defined by the reconstruction region.

    If you are not sure how to define the resolution of an orthographic projection, RealityCapture will calculate the optimal parameters with respect to the properties of a selected model using the 'Estimate optimal resolution' function. 

    Also resolution of an ortho projection depends on the resolution of the texture. If the result of an ortho projection is not good enough, try to unwrap your model with different settings to raise the resolution of the texture and texture again. 

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    JamesBrennan1974

    That's great many thanks. I will try those tips. I also changed the export to BigTIFF as well and that seemed to help.

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    JamesBrennan1974

    Still struggling with this. I have just done another model. The photography was close and hi resolution and combined it with scan data fro a P40. Resolution wasn't great in the Ortho after using the estimate button. I have re done the model in High Detail but now it wont do the Orthos at all?

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