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depth filtering
« on: July 20, 2016, 03:42:46 PM »

I understand what depth filtering does in theory but in practice I am getting very confusing results

By default I always generate the dense cloud using High or Ultra High and Mild for depth filtering. This always gives me a good compromise between time and quality.

I am currently scanning a very complex bark tree with a lot of narrow and deep spaces but I also want as much detail as possible in the surface. I have been testing different dense cloud qualities and filters and as I said the results are confusing.

Very high + mild: very low surface quality, no holes
High + agressive: very high surface quality, many holes
High + disabled: high surface quality, one hole

Does someone has a clear idea about when to use this filtering and wich type??

Thank you!