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Hi, I have been working with Color Correction sample and have noticed that camera order seems to affect color correcting quality.
When using the sample as is, everything is ok. Deafult camera order is front, rear, left, right.
When using sample as following:
./sample_color_correction --video1=path/to/data/samples/sfm/triangulation/video_0.h264 --video2=path/to/data/samples/sfm/triangulation/video_2.h264 --video3=path/to/data/samples/sfm/triangulation/video_3.h264 --video4=path/to/data/samples/sfm/triangulation/video_1.h264
Editing path/to/data/samples/sfm/triangulation/rig.json to have json snippets in the same order (SVIEW_FR, SVIEW_LE, SVIEW_RI, SVIEW_RE), I get one image which is completely green, more specifically rear camera view.
Attached is the output screen with all four cameras and edited path/to/data/samples/sfm/triangulation/rig.json with respect to sample camera input order.
rig.json (9.0 KB)
I would like to know if camera order indeed affects the algorithm or am I using this incorrectly. Thanks.