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Hi All,

Whether you are a newbie or an experienced Matterport Service Provider, always feel welcome to start a WGAN Forum discussion about your Matterport 3D Tour and ask for helpful comments about how to improve your Tour.

In addition to learning; those that give comments learn too!

Enjoy your weekend,

Dan
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Hi @8643d,

I thought that you did a great job with the tour overall. My only critiques would be to remove some of the items when scanning particular rooms. For example, I would have moved the dog water and crate on the first floor. On the second floor, I would remove the dirty laundry baskets in the laundry room and in the Master bedroom shower, I would put away the shampoo bottles.

For a scanning tip, I would recommend that you lower the overall height of the camera and I also recommend that you extend the center column of the tripod and collapse one length of the tripod legs. This will reduce the footprint of the tripod making it easier to move around and you will be able to fit into tighter spaces if needed.

I hope this helps and I wish you the best of luck on your new venture!

Jon J
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On this one, I adjusted the tripod like you said and it was much easier to move around. Also, I lowered the camera height. I think it might be too low, but I read another post that people were in between 4 and 5 feet. I set this at 4 and a half. Thanks for the feedback.

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