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  1. Hi Carla, apologies! I did get the problem solved, and I appreciate your response.
  2. Hi everyone, I have a very basic problem, but it's one that I've never encountered and I can't find a solution for it by googling. I updated to 1.3.2, and now when I align my photos and place markers, the software seems to be doing something different. I used to see a red line indicating where the point was projected in the next photo, and I could place the corresponding marker. Now, it seems to immediately place the point (incorrectly) in all the other photos in my set. I've re-aligned a couple of old models (which had previously had the projected markers fall in the right place), and I'm having the same problem with them. Does anyone know what's going on? Thanks
  3. Thanks so much, Taylor - this is fantastic! I'll make those adjustments and see how it goes!
  4. I just purchased a new 15-inch MacBook Pro (Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, AMD Radeon graphics processor), thinking that it would give me much better Agisoft Photoscan processing times than my old 2010 MacBook Pro and should be about the same as a PC laptop with the same approximate specs. I've found, though, that whether I'm running models on Mac OS X or on Windows using Parallels, it wants over 40 hours to run the dense cloud for a model with 75 cameras. I've run models with similar and greater numbers of cameras in 3-6 hours on the Surface Book with i7 processor and discrete graphics, and I'm wondering why the difference is so great. I know that a custom desktop rig would be better all around for this, and that I may need to disable a processor core to take advantage of the graphics card. Given the limitations of these platforms, though, with everything else being equal, why would the Mac be performing so poorly? Do I need to switch platforms?
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