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For the life of me I tried everything to move down a hallway with partial mirrors on either side. As you will see by this link (leads directly to the issue [above], the only way I could move was to go way down to the bathroom at the other end. I then got an error that basically said that it accepted my scan but suggested that I made the scans a little closer. Trouble was, it wouldn't allow me too. I went back to the middle after scanning at the end, still wouldn't let me. So therefore, I couldn't scan the closets as I couldn't get a way into them. I Mickey-moused a way of showing them on the tour by making an exterior 360 scan. What was I doing wrong?
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|You could try lowering the height of your camera to as close to the floor as possible and see if you can get a scan into the closets. If you are able to, then reassure the camera bask to the normal height and then hide the lower scans in the workshop.|
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|I bought white butchers paper. Cheap. Comes in rolls, 36 inches wide by 1000 feet. Amazon sells it, as do restaurant supply places.
That and a razor blade, scissors and some scotch tape. I cover the mirror neatly and carefully and kiss reflections on difficult mirrors goodbye.
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