I downloaded Stitch to the laptop. But although I technically downloaded it to the ipad (IOS 14.4.2) and can see two related files, nothing shows up when I click on them. Any suggestions?
I might be wrong but I don’t think Stitch will work on an iPad.
Also, it really helps to be on a larger monitor and having a mouse. It’s much more efficient.
If you have a MacBook then after stitch is downloaded you would then pull the download into ‘applications’ (the graphic on the download page illustrates how to do that)
I have yet to use stitch on a windows environment, so not sure about that process.
Stitch only runs on Mac or PC.
Survey “runs” on your mobile device. It’s really just using a web browser to connect to the system that Planitar piggybacks onto the camera so you’re not installing anything on your mobile device.
It sounds like you should watch the training videos to get up to speed.
I am a relatively new iGUIDE operator (3 months) and in fact new to real estate photography in general. My advice to you. . . trust guys like Peter and Leroy. And invest is good equipment. I started out using my laptop for Stitch and for processing my 5-stop HDR photos. It’s only a few years old - top of the line Acer gaming unit - fastest chip at the time - i7-7700HQ @ 2.8GHz with 16 gigs of RAM. Processing my first job I thought I was going to die - it was so slow. I’ve since upgraded to a Dell Optiplex 7780 with i7-10700 @ 2.90 GHz and 64 GB of RAM. The big difference I think is that the laptop is a quad core processor, and the new Dell has 8 cores. It is lightning fast. The laptop would take 3 minutes to preview and then merge a 5-stop HDR photo - the Dell does it in under 15 seconds.
Thanks Tom, it’s so true. I’ve learned not to buy cheap gear.
I must admit, my computer does need a serious upgrade, but I send my still images out to be edited. Go to bed, get up next morning and ‘voila’ beautifully edited images ready to go. Faster and cheaper than I could ever justify doing myself.
I’d also encourage folks to support camera stores and B&H/Adorama before buying from Amazon. We need the specialists stores and they need us! (from an old school film guy)
@peter.molloy10 Out of curiosity who do you use to edit?
I have used box brownie but they are a bit hit and miss. Honestly sometimes they’re coming straight out of the camera good enough to do nothing. Some of Chris’s tips really paid off on shooting. The in camera software has gotten really good
I’d also encourage folks to support camera stores and B&H/Adorama before buying from Amazon. We need the specialists stores and they need us!