Change the display size of each of your points.
- [Voiceover] The points in a laser scanner…are actually very small.…Think of a grain of sand,…and then maybe even smaller than that grain of sand,…is the actual point.…So, to display those points in RECAP,…RECAP has to resize every one of those points…to be bigger than it actually is.…Otherwise, we wouldn't be able to see…the points on the screen at all.…So, to adjust the size of the points that RECAP displays,…we can highlight on the display settings button,…highlight on the points button,…and then on point display, go to size.…
Currently, the size is listed as being a two.…If you click and hold your mouse button down on this bar,…and then drag the bar over,…we can now see, if we move it up to a size nine,…that these points are very large.…Everything looks like it's not really to scale.…It's because the points have been made so big,…that you can no longer see through each of the points.…They're actually crossing over each other, they're so large.…If we drag that bar back down the other way, down to a one,…we can now see through the points a lot easier.…
- Starting a new scan or photo project
- Navigating the menu
- Importing data
- Recovering deleted points
- Selecting and sizing points
- Measuring distances and angles
- Setting outer limits
- Adjusting color, lighting, and the background
- Scanning regions
- Saving and exporting a project
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Scan Project: Home Menu
3. Contextual Tile Menu
4. Display Settings Menu
5. Additional Options
6. Photo Projects
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