stpauls baseball field

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wilderwing

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Synthy 92%
Views 24
Favorites 0
Photos 185
Date Created 1/12/2012
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Nathanael Over 1 year ago
Hi, wilderwing,

When you're logged into your account here, you should click the [ Edit this Photosynth ] button below the lower edge of Photosynth's viewer on this page.

Once you're in the editor, go to the second tab and zoom in on the map until you find the baseball field.

I'm guessing this is your field: http://binged.it/wfhqIR

Then, drag the pushpin from the right hand panel onto the point where you were standing to take your photos. When it's in the right spot, click the [Save] button and your synth will be geotagged and a link to view it on Bing Maps will appear here on your synth's view page.
wilderwing Over 1 year ago
this is wilder not all my pics will load it stops at 72 percent is there like a limit
wilderwing Over 1 year ago
doing a football field this time
Nathanael Over 1 year ago
Hi, Wilder,

Sorry to not see your message sooner.

I'm not sure what you mean when you say, "not all my pics will load." or "it stops at 72 percent.".

Whenever you upload a photosynth, all the photos will upload to the website and will be viewable.

If you're talking about the 'synthy score' of 92% on this synth, that just tells you how many of your photos Photosynth was able to match to each other.

If you switch to 2D View (sometimes called Grid Mode), you can see the groups of photos that connected to each other.

In this synth, the bottom row in 2D View are photos that did not match any other photos in the synth.

For tips on what Photosynth is able to match be sure to save a copy of the Photosynth Photography Guide from http://photosynth.net/help.aspx#photosynthhelp

You may also find these discussions helpful:
http://bit.ly/shootingforreconstruction
http://bit.ly/sinkorsynth
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