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Wrong Chunk Info
« on: August 03, 2014, 03:39:17 PM »
PLEASE DELETE THIS POST, THE REPORTED OBSERVATION MUST HAVE BEEN A MISTAKE OF MINE


Hello, I just want to report something that seems a bug to me.

So, if I go through my workflow in the following way:

1.
a. Align photos
b. Build Dense Cloud, lets say with parameters Medium & Agressive
c. Build mesh from dense cloud.

If I go to 'Show Info' about the chunk, I see the respective Infos:

Code: [Select]
[...]
Depth Maps
Reconstruction Parameters
Quality: Medium
Filtering Mode: Aggressive

Dense Point Cloud
Reconstruction Parameters
Quality: Medium
Filtering Mode: Aggressive

Model
Reconstruction Parameters
Quality: Medium
Filtering Mode: Aggressive
[...]
Nothing spectacular about this.

Now, lets assume I need to change my Dense Point Cloud with other parameters and rebuild my mesh, like this:

2.
b. Build Dense Cloud, with parameters Medium & Mild (before I had Aggressive)
c. Build mesh from dense cloud.

After this, if I look at Chunk 'show info' I read the following:

Code: [Select]
[...]
Depth Maps
Reconstruction Parameters
Quality: Medium
Filtering Mode: Mild

Dense Point Cloud
Reconstruction Parameters
Quality: Medium
Filtering Mode: Mild

Model
Reconstruction Parameters
Quality: Medium
Filtering Mode: Aggressive
[...]

SO, the problem now is, that although I rebuild my mesh from a point cloud generated with Filtering Mode = Mild, the Infto about the respective mesh shows Aggressive. As it seems the info is not renewed!

This is a real problem, if I want to check the parameters of my models later on how my mesh was generated and get the wrong information.

The problem does not appear, when before generating the new mesh I delete the old one, what seem logical to me. BUT even if I do not delete it and rewrite it instead, the info should be updated correctly.

Please have a look at this.

Or did I miss something... ?

PS: Unfortunately I probably have several days of work which I will have to repeat, because it is not clear to me anymore, from which point cloud types my meshed were generated. [/s]
« Last Edit: August 03, 2014, 05:17:39 PM by Patribus »