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Hello,

Is there any way to get rid of the blur section like this one?Thanks
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JamieSher private msg quote post Address this user
Hi CKC,

Not that I am aware of. This is where the camera cannot see directly underneath itself but should be covered by other scans a few meters away.

J
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CKC private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Jamie,

Any way to avoid it while scanning or minimizing it?


CKC
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JamieSher private msg quote post Address this user
Don't look down!
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CKC private msg quote post Address this user
Hahaha....when we pitch to client, we go "hey dont look down, come on, look forwards...it's cool there...hey dont look down!"
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Jamie private msg quote post Address this user
Don't look up either
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CarlosFHdz private msg quote post Address this user
I haven't had any issues with clients because of the blur. When you use google street view, the same blur is there. I think it's understood what the blur is.
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DougTse private msg quote post Address this user
The lower blurred section I believe is intended to mask out the tripod legs. No explanation with the upper blurred portion. Lens limitation.
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Jamie private msg quote post Address this user
Yeah its just lens limitation on both. Below just happens to get rid of the legs as a benefit
Instead of a blue, it should have a disc with our inputted details on it. Some other pano software packages allow you to do this
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I was told by Matterport the blur is there due to the limitations of the actual camera angle [it doesn't look directly above or below]

Instead of a black hole,.. they put the blur there.
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I would rather have the blur than a blue disk, it would be too distracting..
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