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Making one file out of multiple files (in our case three)8783

andreweugene private msg quote post Address this user
Hi All,
this may have been dealt with before, so my apologies if it has. Maybe someone can point me in the right direction. On Sunday, my partner Fred and I scanned three floors of a music store. Previous experience in an ad agency told us to be careful of stairs, particularly if they have parallel rods because they tend to break up in ugly pieces. So, as a result we kept the three floors separate.

Client was pleased with the result and accepted my explanation, but still tried to navigate downstairs and upstairs where each series ended. Is there a way of combining the three floors to make one project?

I was also a little paranoid about having too many scans and the total of the three floors would be close to 100.
Any ideas?

To give you idea what it looks like, here's the entrance:



Thanks in advance,
Andrew
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3dshowcaseuk private msg quote post Address this user
Navigate to stairs or lift in this model we created connected via link in tags

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andreweugene private msg quote post Address this user
Thank you, that was a great help! It was the first time we have used Mattertags and seemed kind of obvious, once I got my head around it. Greenhorns need a bit longer!
Cheers
Andrew
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Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
@andreweugene For a model that size you should have no problem keeping as one model.

By the way... I would suggest scanning behind the cashier register and record rack to avoid the black area on dollhouse view. You can always hide the scan points in workshop if you don't want people to be able to navigate into those areas.
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Thanks for the tip, Queen_City_3D. Still quite a steep learning curve, so different from normalphotography!
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