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General / Same settings, todays renders came out totally pixellated!
« on: January 18, 2014, 12:52:55 AM »
So I am very new to this application and created some great models yesterday, very high res. and I was very happy with the results.  Then suddenly today all my renders came out super pixellated, what happened!  I have attached screenshots of todays vs yesterdays renders.  I believe I am using all the same settings as yesterday, what could have caused this?  Thanks

General / Re: How to mask entire row or chunk?
« on: January 17, 2014, 08:51:16 PM »
Not sure how I got the Image resolution mismatch error, since i shot the blank background shots right after the rotation with the person in the frame, same cameras, same settings.

It appears my problem was in the settings of the mask import

By default the mask name section is filled out {filename}_Mask.png
I changed this section to say {filename}.jpg and problem is fixed!

I know that probably seems obvious, but I am very new to the program!  Thanks for your help

General / Re: How to mask entire row or chunk?
« on: January 17, 2014, 08:24:08 PM »
Image resolution mismatch:
Finished processing in 20.9458 sec (exit code 1)

this is the error I am recieving

General / How to mask entire row or chunk?
« on: January 17, 2014, 08:08:39 PM »
I am currently using a turntable setup with 5 cameras, and the only way i've been able to successfully mask my photos using a blank background frame is to pick each photo individually, and select the mask for each photo.  This is incredibly tedious and time consuming, now I know there is an option for "entire chunk" when importing masks, however when i select this option and go to the mask view in the photo pane I don't see that any masks have been created.  Any input would be appreciated!

General / Re: Long Processing time
« on: January 16, 2014, 06:17:02 AM »
About my computer:

mid 2011 27-inch imac
3.4 Ghz Intel Core i7
16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
AMD Radeon HD 6970M 2048MB

Additionally I run my OS and apps off a SSD (120GB OCZ-vertex3)

Also I do have GPU usage enabled.  I will try low and medium quality after high finishes.

General / Long Processing time
« on: January 16, 2014, 01:05:39 AM »
I'm fairly new to photoscan and my dense point cloud creation is taking an incredible amount of time, is there any way to cut this down significantly?  My computer has 16gb ram with a 2gb video card and an i7 processor, so not incredibly good, but not terrible.  Also a bit about my setup, I'm shooting 120 frames total using a turntable setup with 5 5dmkii cameras.  the turntable stops 24 times and fires and fires all five cameras simultaneously at each stop.  Shooting on white seamless background, full length shots of people at 50mm.

Alignment of the images only took about 30 minutes or so, however when i create a dense point cloud on "high" quality or whatever, it seems like it's going to take 10+ hours.  This is fine if i know the final product will come out great, but while testing it is a serious bummer having to wait this long and potentially come up with a crappy model.  I understand that lowering the quality will work faster, but i want the highest quality possible. Any ideas or suggestions to help speed up the process?


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