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Does it make any difference if mirrors/windows are marked during the shoot or in post processing?
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I mark the mirrors and Windows as I scan so I don't miss anything but you can mark everything before you upload the finished scan.
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Shane private msg quote post Address this user
You should mark during scans particularly if you having problems with alignment ie very large mirrors in hallways etc. Zoom in on you iPad and mark accurately.
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Yds, mirrors must be marked sometimes to allow alignment. i missed a mirror today, unaligned a scan, marked the mirror and successfully scanned without moving anything. An unmarked sliver of a mirror went unmarked last week. It caused an errant 3D object in the hall beyond which showcase would not walk through. Marking the mirror and reprocessing the model fixed it. So you can mark stuff anytime you want.
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