I think that a selection tool can be usefull: we should have the chance to select only the elements that we want (object's areas) and align only some pieces at time. Example: if we have big objects, could be nice to align the lower scans, the middle scans and the upper scans. Then we can align the 3 groups.
An other suggestion is to have a feature to create some points of reference on our surfaces. Like the manual alignemnt point by point, but more easy and fast. Just pick up some points on our surfaces, that we know are related between scans (Like A1, A2 A3, B1, B2, B3, ... where letters means same area of the object, and numbers the differnt scans). Then the software can use our customized points as rule of alignment.
The viewer stayed showing the current pair (it was not frozen - I could rotate the scene) but no AcceptResult/ContinueMultimatching dialog popped up (maybe that would need more than the remaining 1,9 GB RAM?). MainForm said that multimatching was completed.
Maybe you can find a way to dim down the memory needs
Your appendix is not started.
At start there is a message:
C:\Program Files\Multimatch_GUI.exe is not appendix Win32
Lars wrote:* fixed memory problem: much less memory is needed!
Lars wrote:* fixed bug: multimatching dont finished too soon
Lars wrote:* new parameter: max. overlapping percentage
moog wrote:And even though when it finnished, it said it couldn't do it, i'd just watched it work, and I felt like if I'd had a "STOP" button, i could've saved them all like that, then do a global fine in David, to finish off.
I tried a few different percentages, but didn't manage to get a result, But it's obvious that this will be a great addition to the software as it's refined.
Simon wrote:Hi all!
Just two notes:
1. Lars successfully finished his practical training and his study.
2. I have extended the trial period by 4 month. The new date of expiry is the 15th August 2013.
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