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|This is probably a dumb question, but do 360 views count as scans?
I did a job with 98 scans ad 3-360 views and was charged $38 as a large space by Matterport.
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|I once thought that I could do a "space" with 2 or less scans and an unlimited number of 360's to avoid the processing fee. I was wrong. According to a Matterport tech support person, an official space consists of any combination of scans and/or 360's totaling three or more. As for the price break at 101 scans/360's ...
This is from Matterport's official website:
What is a Scan?
A scan is the data collected from a single 360° rotation of a Matterport 3D Camera from a single position. Many scans are combined and processed to create a complete 3D Space.
* For billing purposes, a Standard Space is comprised of 3-100 3D scans or 360˚ Views. Standard Spaces will be processed for $19 (Pro2 or Pro) or $29 (Pro2 Lite). Large Spaces comprised of 101-200 3D scans and 360˚ Views will be processed for twice the Standard Space rate for that camera. We cannot guarantee that Spaces comprised of over 200 3D scans and 360˚ Views will be successfully processed.
Re-uploads or duplicates of previously uploaded Spaces are processed at no additional charge. Test Spaces comprised of up to 2 scans are processed at no charge.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
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|I have asked the same question and have never seen a response from Matterport until I did the same thing and the 360 degree views took me over the 100 and got billed. If I would have know I would have used my scan spacing better and or less 360, to make the 100 limit.
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|Anyone got some answers?|
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