Manual Registration problem in Scene

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Manual Registration problem in Scene

Post by JoelKirk » Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:04 pm

Newbie needs help! Every time I try and do a manual registration and I select two corresponding views - those views disappear after a few seconds and I am left looking at the colored background and the scanner head locations but no planar photo image for me to click planes and targets. What setting am I missing. Driving me crazy as I have a very small amount of tweaks before I can move on.

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Re: Manual Registration problem in Scene

Post by sreed » Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:58 pm

Suggestions from my experience, but not necessarily a fix:
Avoid the split correspondence view (SCV) - instead mark targets in planar view. This is a legacy behavior of mine and maybe Scene has gotten more stable in SCV.

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Re: Manual Registration problem in Scene

Post by caddman97 » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:54 pm

So you click on registration and are able to select the two scans you want to register together. After that is when the screens go blank?

When I click on the two scans for manual registration I get the second image below.

Once I select the Mark Targets button I get the first image below.

I then can mark the targets.

Are you seeing any of this on your end?
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