Mesh for merged components

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    HMallison

    Zach,

    (hi - this is Heinrich from Palaeo3D)

     

    it seems that your merging of the two components is not perfect. As a consequence, the "background deletion" algo kills part of the model, as does the misalignment along the edges.

     

    May I recommend shooting the object not flat on a turntable, but on a pedestal (ethafoam works really well), so that you can take pictures from 0° (or even slightly below)? Then, you should be able to align all images in one chunk, without merging with CPs, which is often suboptimal.

    Or shoot three or four positions: top, bottom, left, (right) down. More overlap, more chance at a one-chunk alignment that avoids the problems you have here.

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    ArchCro

    Or just try to use masking (process first dataset -> create mask, second dataset -> create mask, third.....; then create new project, import images with mask and let RC do the magic :))

     

    Here you can see my project of Woolly rhinoceros (23k+ images in total)

    https://skfb.ly/6ULt6

     

    Good luck

     

    Nino

     

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    Wallace Wainhouse CR

    Hi Zach,

    I would agree with the advice above, we have this great video, which might help you with a mask workflow https://youtu.be/xxsdbzBwWLE 

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