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How to Backup Your Matterport Spaces on iPad DanSmigrod 18 2 monthsDanSmigrod (12619): @ELAN42 I could imagine that the Matterport tech team is being pulled in many-many-many-many directions. For example, these recent announcements that take tech resources: ✓ Matterport Partner With Hexagon’s Multivista ✓ Matterport got 5M from Ericsson Ventures A ton of Matterport tech resources is also likely going to: Matterport publishing to Google Street View (which is delayed) Backup is a big problem. Matterport must deal...
Will IOS 11 be "Monumental" for Backups? VTLV 2 1 monthRadie842 (193): I have 2 iPads and I put 11 on o e 2 months ago and have been using it. Seems to have no issues yet. I did do a backup before the download just Incase.
Any news on a back-up solution? Wanderfish360 6 4 monthsTrustedPhotoDC (604): Some insight into High Sierra and how iCloud and iOS Files could make backup and sharing of Matterport scans very simple. Better iCloud file sharing: Files saved to iCloud Drive can be shared with other people for collaborative work. Everyone sees the same document and will always get the latest version with any edits and changes. “Compatible” third-party apps can also work on iCloud Drive files and the document is still kept up to date....
HDR BackUp Q Outside Matterport Services VTLV 3 5 monthsHarlanHambright (1027): 1. It is redundant to shoot RAW for HDR. Except for tweaking color temp, the HDR process is giving you as much dynamic range that RAW will, so shooting in-camera JPEG will alleviate a lot of storage issues. And you can color correct a jpeg just as easily. 2. After you have processed your HDR files, you can delete the original camera files. I have only on a few occasions re-processed old camera files and that was because early HDR was pretty...
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