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General / Re: Not able to zoom in PhotoScan
« on: May 29, 2016, 07:26:09 PM »
Hello LoL-Fighter,

According to the description, looks like the following issue (having wrong coordinate information input to the Reference pane):

THANK YOU so much. That solved my problem!

General / Not able to zoom in PhotoScan
« on: May 29, 2016, 06:52:50 PM »
Hello everybody.

At the moment im testing around with Photoscan.

At first i used a turntable setup with white background. But because i dont own any professional lightning equipment i was having a very bad time with creating masks. Now i tried it with a black background. Now masking with background works nearly perfectly.

Camera aligment works pretty fast and shows correctly. BUT my problem now is that im somehow not able to zoom in/out.
i can rotate the view but cant zoom in.

Does ever somebody had this problem bebefore?
I know  pictures are not great => taken with an iphone 6s and a cheap desklamp  :-X

May can someone try it buy their own? Here are my pictures:

And if needed here is my project file:

please help me :)

General / Re: Turntable or walk around?
« on: May 20, 2016, 07:47:03 PM »
wow this cube looks amazing  :o

Thank you for this fast reply!

I hop eits okay to ask some beginner-questions but im pretty new to photography :)

1. First closer to the obect => okay, but is this turntable to big for this or is it not important if 80% of the image a black because of the turntable. do you mask your images? i used this tutorial (beginning on page 14):

Is this a good way? Or do you mask your pictures one by one by hand?

3. What do you mean by "constrain features by mask" where do i find this option?

General / Re: Turntable or walk around?
« on: May 20, 2016, 07:21:13 PM »
Thank you for this video, it answered a lot of questions.

Anyway im having a bad time with the turntable method.

If i take the camera in my hands and take pictures of every angle it works more or less good but i get some result.
But if i set up a fixed camera with a object on a turntable camera align is absolutly a mess.

Here is a screenshot of the camera align:

And here a sample of one of my pictures:

Can someone please tell me what im doing wrong?

General / Turntable or walk around?
« on: May 18, 2016, 01:00:09 PM »
Hey everyone!
First of please excuse my bad english-skills  ;D

A while ago i came across the idea of 3d scanning. First i was looking for a good 3d handscanner but they are way to expensive!

So after some searching i found the soluton of agisoft photoscan.

I have some questions about how to take the picture.

Do i have to walk around the object or is it possible to use a turntable?
My plan is to set up a litte white box, fix light setting, fixed camera and a turnable table with some marks on it.. oh yeah and of course some sort of object :)

Is the software able to tell the roation of the object with the help of the marks on the table?
Is fixed light a problem? Because every turn the object casts a slitly different shadow!?
If all is possible.. does the object have to be perfectly centered?

I read the documentation but ther is only the case explained when you walk around the object.

Would be realy cool if you can give me some informations!

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