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Shot a 3400 sq ft vacation rental yesterday w/ a short window between guests to get in/out. Hammered out over 100 scans in 2 hours but... with a cost. There are issues. Owner wanted exterior shots- particularly the roof/upper deck with views.

You can go in the front door, but problems going back out. Sure it needs a scan or 2- one on the threshold one stairs. Few other spots with gaps.

Biggest issue in the tour is roof/exterior. I shot at dusk. Had scan that wouldn't stick, but got some that did. Well... the walkthrough occasionally freezes up/spinning wheel o death. Always does going up the stairs to the roof. Have issues- sometimes can sometimes can not get there even in floor plan getting there. I have a small window to go back in a few hours. Will reshoot entire roof at dusk.

Suggestions are welcome!!!! Particularly regarding the upper deck and its probs.
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Be Careful of your trims.

After that its kinda hard to tell whats really going on.

Good Luck
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Thanks D.... any particular issue w/ trims you see or a general piece of sge advice? I've adjust some, have an upload cooking. Through together a quickie walkthrough tour to what's going on before my shoot. Planning to make a duplicate and shoot roof. Right approach?
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You have a lot of needless scans in your tour. Feel free to reach out direct if you'd like to discuss further.
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I re-uploaded the model. Cooking a second time appears to have resolved a great deal. PMed you Steven. I'm ALWAYS open to feedback/looking to learn.
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