If your face scan has holes or non-smooth edges, change the smoothness setting
If your face scan looks like this with a non-smooth edge at the top or holes in the scan, such as you see below the chin area, then it probably means that you changed the smoothness settings.
The smoothness settings can be changed when you have the scan tracking page open. The default is 5. If you set it to zero, you will see a scan like the one above. Unless you have a specific reason to change it, keep the default at 5.
You can also change the smoothness settings when exporting your face scan. There is a slider option on the export view.
How to Create a Good Face Model Scan
Please see this article for suggestions on how to create a good face model scan: https://desk.zoho.com/portal/bellus3d/kb/articles/tips-for-making-a-good-scan
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