Connecting 3D/360° Tour Buyers to Service Providers powered by
the Most In-Depth, Relevant and Up-to-Date Content for the 3D/360° Community
Join FREE! 50+ Benefits
Should I buy a Camera? Quiz How Much to Start 3D Tour Business? Calculate How Much Can I Make as a Pro? Calculate Win More Listings? Calculate
Option #1
Find a 3D Tour Photographer Map
We Get Around Network Find a Pro Service
Matterport Service Provider? Join We Get Around Network
Option #2
Book a Matterport Pro in 60 Seconds
We Get Around Network Instant Booking Service
Powered byKoaWare
Matterport Service Provider (USA)? Join KoaWare Free! Register Now
Last 30 Days: 48,592 Page Views | 11,802 Visitors | 84 New Members
WGAN Knowledge Base | Total Posts: 60,178  |  Total Topics: 9,310
5,171 WGAN Members in 129 Countries
We Get Around Network Forum
WGAN Training Academy (Learn more)
WGAN-TV Channel
CAPTUR3D Training for Matterporters: Part 5 of 5
with Phoria (CAPTUR3D) COO Steven Kounnas
WGAN-TV: Coming Up
Live at 5
5 pm EDT (GMT -5)
Tuesday, 20 August 2019
Add to My Calendar WGAN-TV Program Schedule | Need Help? | All Videos
Advice

big project with challenging light4152

grmngrl private msg quote post Address this user
Hi there,

I scanned today an old theater.
It was very dim in there, the tour is much brighter than the actual lightning in there.

It has a lot of noise because of the brightness. Is there a way to adjust that? Any other suggestions?



Thanks.
Post 1 IP   flag post
lisahinson private msg quote post Address this user
@grmngrl I had the same in a museum with bright lights in a dark environment. Nice job though! Hey, one thing I noticed is that when you are in front of the concession area... if you click you go through the wall into the theater.. maybe putting a window marking there would keep that from happening. I'll follow this thread though because I did have a similar experience. KUDOS on the theater though!
Post 2 IP   flag post
60918 2 2
This topic is archived. Start new topic?
destitute