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    Davood Kharmanzar

    so ... its really needs to capturing large environments ... like as bazaars :]
    i'm hope to see this feature soon ....

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    aonsen

    I have used RC with images from GoPro Fusion with pretty good results.

    Just import the two raw images (not the stitched images) into RC. Experiment with the camera model (Brown4 + tangential worked well for me).

    The resolution of the GoPro Fusion is pretty low, so don't expect a super high res mesh, but it does work.

    I have set the GoPro Fusion to time-lapse mode, and have it take one image every second as I walk around the space I want to capture.

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    Davood Kharmanzar

    @aonsen

    hi,
    thanks for reply :]


    you mean directly import images from SD Cards?

    and can you post screenshots of some of your Fusion results? [i mean RC model results screenshot]

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    aonsen

    Hello Davood,

    Here's some images.

    The texture looks very washed out and dull because the GoPro Fusion records the images in a flat color space. The GoPro Fusion Studio stitching app does some color correction to bring back the original colors, but you can always color correct the texture files in Photoshop if you wanted.

     

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    aonsen

    Just remember to use "Brown4 with tangential2" for the Distortion Model when you align the images.

    The default "Brown3" didn't work for me.

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    Davood Kharmanzar

    wow ... its really good for game env. :]

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