Very strange results from RC - horrible jutting out sections on flat surface?

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    Lucia CR

    hello, I believe this part would have better come together with this topic here

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    jvattanasio

    Hi Lucia,

    Just merged the two posts together. Any ideas about what's going on?

    I managed to get better results on the tree bark by running alignment without using the far away photos. Why is that? I'm still processing the mesh, but it's looking like it will be a much better result.

    Meanwhile, I tried the same with my brick wall model and the problem still persists. RC is treating two nearly identical photos as if they were taken from completely different distances. It's so frustrating! I can't really delete any more source photos otherwise I'll lose detail and end up with holes.

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    Sam from sample & hold

    Hi Lucia,

    Did you ever get to the bottom of this?  We've been having some issues with our new mirrorless z7 and I tested the A7R4 yesterday and it too isn't able to align flat surfaces correctly.

    If you get the chance could you test scanning a flat section of flooring and see if it curves either up or down at the ends?

    Thanks

    Sam

    https://support.capturingreality.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360006379819-Curved-model-after-Reconstruction-Help?page=1#community_comment_360000867960

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