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Window Trim (or not)? And, what if I go over 100 Matterport Spaces?9460

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Hi everyone, I am wondering if in a house that has an upper floor with a glass wall if I am supposed to trim around the wall or extend it to what I can see? Here is my tour and I did trim it to the exterior wall that was visible but after looking at it I think I should have trimmed at the glass. Any advice would be great as I know I'm not that good at trimming.
Thanks!
https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=9vCuxXaoRw9


Also does anyone know with the new pricing and recent changes to size of scans allowed, the exact cost of going over 100 scans? I have been trying my best to keep my scans under 100 but this house was big for my area and definitely went over.
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I don't see the problem... the glass wall looks very nice and with no window makring it allows you to click right thru it...
Don't change a thing... good job
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Queen_City_3D private msg quote post Address this user
@June a large model is $38 processing fee.

Of course, if you have the new plan there is no processing fee... but I certainly wouldn't give up your classic plan!

Depending on how many uploads per month you do, it might make sense to have both a classic plan and new plan. Do your uploads/processsing in the new plan, and then transfer to the classic plan for larger hosting limits.
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@June

Matterport Classic Pricing Members are charge USD $19 for up to 50 additional Matterport Spaces hosted. There is no limit to the number of times that you can do this.

Related WGAN Forum discussions:

$19/50 additional space block is part of the classic plans/still applicable
Matterport Cloud Subscription: Approaching your hosting limit-$19 for up 50

Dan
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Quote:
Originally Posted by June
Hi everyone, I am wondering if in a house that has an upper floor with a glass wall if I am supposed to trim around the wall or extend it to what I can see? Here is my tour and I did trim it to the exterior wall that was visible but after looking at it I think I should have trimmed at the glass. Any advice would be great as I know I'm not that good at trimming.


@June

Either works for me.

In the example that you embedded, I can "fly" from the top floor to the living room. Personally, I like that.

In "real life" you can not walk through walls or fly, so you could "logically" use a window trim to prevent "flying" but I would leave it as is.

Let us know what you decide to do (or not to do).

Best,

Dan
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Thanks everyone! @DanSmigrod I think I will leave it as it is then because I do like that I can fly down to the 2nd floor....
@Queen_City_3D thanks! That was what I wanted to know $38.00 U.S. which translates into $53.00 Canadian. I just wanted to make sure that I wasn't being charged something else as well. Thanks again!
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