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1. Launch Pix4Dcatch.
2. Tap setting to customize your capture trigger. Select either the Device Pose or Image Movement tab and adjust the settings.
2.1 Device Pose: Triggers the image based on the device movement.
- Distance: Triggers when the device moves more than the selected distance. The default value is 10 cm and the distance can be set between 1 cm to 100cm.
- Angle: Triggers when the device has rotated more than selected degrees. The default value is 20° and it varies between 1° and 45°.
2.2 Image Overlap: Triggers the image based on the image overlap.
- Overlap: Defines the image overlap to trigger the camera. The default overlap is 95% and the overlap percentage ranges between 75% and 99%.
3. Tap Done to save the settings.
After setting up the image triggering settings, you are ready to start the image acquisition.
1. Tap on the record icon , and slowly move the device to start capturing. The app will automatically start capturing images based on the selected settings.
2. After the capturing is completed, tap on the record icon to stop recording.
3. Tap to save the captured images.
After finishing the mission, a project is created and images are stored on the device.
Upload images directly to Pix4Dcloud for processing.
1. In the Home screen, tap folder icon , and select the project. Switch to the different tabs (Captured, Processed, Processing, All) to view the projects. By default, the All tab is open which displays all the projects. When looking for the project in a different tab, the search box is a useful tool to narrow the search.
2. Tap . Then, the image upload starts.
3. An email is sent when all images are uploaded and processing begins.
4. A second email is sent when processing is finished.
5. After the processing is finished, the results can be viewed and shared on Pix4Dcloud.
1. Copy the images from the device to the computer. For more information see How to export Pix4Dcatch projects.
2. Create a new project and start processing using the Pix4Dmapper. For more information see New project in Pix4Dmapper.
3. After the processing is finished, the results are available for further analysis in Pix4Dmapper.