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dual cam support no longer saves second camera scan

Product Name: david 3d v5.2.0.790
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

DAvid 3d sees 2 cameras, does not save both scans? 

I turn both cams on , both cams work and look good, however, only 1 scan is saved rather than 2. 

What am I missing here? 

Worked fine in 5.1

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Re: dual cam support no longer saves second camera scan

If you are scanning in stereo mode you will get a single scan as a result. In scanning menu choose "single scan" and put a check mark on extended view, you will have 2 scans as a result. 

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Re: dual cam support no longer saves second camera scan

Thats the thing: the extended view doesn't show up anywhere. On any screen. 

Here is an idea: if there are 2 cams present, and they are both switched ON, just set it to be automatically in extended view. 

There are no plans for dual cams and increased accuracy are there? 

I used the extended view check in 5.1, but, in 5.2 its nowhere to be found. 

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Re: dual cam support no longer saves second camera scan

Thats the thing: the extended view doesn't show up anywhere. On any screen. 

Here is an idea: if there are 2 cams present, and they are both switched ON, just set it to be automatically in extended view. 

There are no plans for dual cams and increased accuracy are there? 

I used the extended view check in 5.1, but, in 5.2 its nowhere to be found. 

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Re: dual cam support no longer saves second camera scan

IIRC in 5.2 the "Extended View" checkbox does show up if you do a "Single Scan" but e.g. it does  _not_ show if you do a "Automatic Turntable".

 

I find this a bit annoying an regret (at least a little) the investment I made into the turntable...

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