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Capture Mode Overview

Capture Mode Overview

Once you have connected to a 360° camera, downloaded a project template, and set the capture level and reference plan, begin your capture by tapping Capture New Area.

Capture Modes

Captures can be created using Cluster Shot, Video, and Single-Shot mode. Select the appropriate capture mode depending on your use case.


Single-Shot

Tip: This capture mode is used for simple cases that don't require a full digital twin.
  • This capture consists of one 360° photo.
  • In this capture mode you will mark the location of each photo on the reference plan.
  • For instructions on using Single-Shot mode to create a capture, refer to Capture Mode: Single-Shot.

Video

Tip: This capture mode is used to create digital twins quickly.
  • Record a 360° video while you walk through the jobsite.
  • By default, you can record up to 90 seconds of footage, however, this can be increased to 7 minutes per capture area by turning on Expert Mode in the Settings.
  • Once the capture is uploaded, CupixWorks automatically selects frames from the 360° video and maps these 360° images to the selected reference plan.
  • For instructions on using Video mode to create a capture, refer to Capture Mode: Video.

Cluster Shot

Tip: This capture mode is used to create high quality digital twins.
  • Take multiple 360° photos of an area you want to capture.
  • By default, you can take up to 20 photos, however, this can be increased to 400 photos per capture area by turning on Expert Mode in the Settings.
  • Once the capture is uploaded, CupixWorks automatically maps the 360° photos to the selected reference plan.
  • For instructions on using Cluster Shot mode to create a capture, refer to Capture Mode: Shot.


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