Infrared Images

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Greetings

    You can download PPI version and you will be able to process your images and see if it works for free, but without being able to export the results. If you will like the results and will want to be able to export them, you can always buy the PPI credits afterwards and do so.

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    Gordon Nish

    Thanks Erik, I gave it a shot and with those low resolution images it did not work out. My camera takes both digital and infrared images. I'm confident that the digital images will match with the point cloud just fine for texturing/meshing etc. If I do that step successfully, is there a way to then force the corresponding infrared images to match with their respective digital images? I hope that makes sense. 

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Dear Gordon

    I don't think there is a way to force it, but as long as those two types of images share nearly the same detail they should be able to connect to each other. If this theory is not applied then you can face a problem of not having shared features between the images because of the lack of detail. One way this could possibly work would be to get high-res images from a far and then low-res close-ups but that's still just a guess, you have to try and find what works for your workflow.

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    Vlad Kuzmin

    Hi.
    You can try align images using normal images and replace them to infrared for meshing.
    But if I did this, I prefer merge infrared and normal images to increase details visible in both spectrums for better mesh reconstruction.

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