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|Date/Time:||Sat, 06 Jan 2001 10:56:03 -0800|
|Subject:||Re: Number of Control Points, was Re:|
Peter Murphy wrote:
> t factor lines make it much more certain that ones answer is
> physically accurate. I would usually use at least a couple of t1 factor
> lines for at least one image (generally the first) for any
> sequence where scene verticals were visible. In this case you
> must optimize r0 and p0 and not set them to zero as one
> normally would.
OK, what are t factor lines?
While I'm asking, I've been wondering, what are the "X0 Y0 Z0"
entries at the end of each i line? And what is the effect of having,
say, "v=0" in the i line?
What Peter means by the "morph to fit" flag?