Thank you so much, now I am confident to say that I know how to bake.
Very nice, thx for sharing!
So there's still what to hope for from Gaben...
3D Flow has presented a new version of 3D Zephyr. The newest release of the image-based modeling software introduces blurriness detection during texturing, radiometric calibration, layers management in cameras, and more.
- Support to multi-texture generation and major texturing improvements
- Sharpening filter during texturing
- Blurriness detection during texturing
- Photoconsistency during texturing
- Radiometric calibration
- Multispectral support for orthophoto generation with multispectral transform composition
- Multispectral viewer with colormaps support
- Layers management in cameras
- ‘turntable mode’ for automatic silhouette computation in Masquerade
- Full 360 degree / equirectangular support
- XMP workflow for fixed loading cameras parameters
- Keyboard shortcuts to 3DF Masquerade
- ‘High-Frequency Gain’ slider for photoconsistency to preserve sharp details
- Color by elevation in the “update colours” dialog
- “shutdown computer” function
- .Fbx import support
- UDIM texture support in import
- Z+F bubble view support
- Backface culling during selection
- Position constraint in bundle adjustment for RTK GPS
- Custom colour map to the dem viewer
- ‘remove masks’ command
- Support for 3fr raw cameras (Hasselblad)
- Filters history in the mesh and point cloud property windows
- ‘Ignore backface’ for points and triangles selection
- Button to restart wizard when reconstruction failed
- Stereo textured mesh join
- Number of viewed cameras and reprojection threshold point cloud selection methods
It is worth noting that 3DF Zephyr Pro no longer features the orthophoto and orthomosaic features, and 3DF Zephyr Aerial now supports all the available features. You can find more details and get Aerial ($3900), Pro ($2400) and Lite ($149) versions here.