Constant Crashing - Normal Reconstruction - All Projects

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Hello dear user,
    please try to roll back a few steps on the nvidia drivers. There have been some fishy drivers nowadays.

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    Reece Fraser

    Nope. Didn't work.  I tried January 2020 and November 2019 editions of graphics drivers and still get the same crash... it's about 60-70% the way through Normal Reconstruction. 


    I've always wondered about RC - can some 'error' in the image alignment cause a crash during Reconstruction?  Like if I've got a few photo orientations that 'just don't make sense' - will that cause a crash?  I don't know if I have that, but if it will cause a crash, I'll start investigating. 

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Yes that indeed can cause such issues, if a camera or more are flown away in the component, therefore, missaligned. Or even a corrupted picture by it's base, or in the images list showing without name or with ??? signs. Please check that. If you have a weird camera as you mentioned. Try to disable it.

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    Reece Fraser

    The constant crashing keeps happening. It’s definitely not mis-aligned cameras, as the crashing is happening on most (8/10) projects, even small projects. I am out of ideas on what to do.

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Please try to hold shift+double click on RC icon and select make it like a clean install and then after it is done do it once more and select reset the application settings.
    Then try the same inputs again.
    Also, could you please check if your paging file is okay? This could cause RC to crash under heavy power usage if the file is either missing or too small, it backs up the RAM once leaking. The size of it should be twice as big as your ram GB size.

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    Greg Marshall

    I have the same issue with RC crashing my PC. It worked in the beginning with a set of 357 jpeg photos, but now it basically trips the power and crashes my computer every time I attempt to reconstruct the scene. I think I ran into this problem last time I attempted to use this program. Program seems really cool, but unstable and buggy IMO, or is a matter of having images that might cause the re-construction to crash the PC? I end up with a sudden power loss and auto reboot.

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    Dear Greg, 
    if your computer crashes when running reconstruction, it mostly has to do with your PSU (power supply unit). Some people have had issues that after starting the reconstruction, the fans on the PSU were delayed and did not cool immediately which then caused a crash.

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    bimmarketingsolutions

    Hello I have the same issue with the crash how do I fix this?

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    Erik Kubiňan CR

    bimmarketingsolutions Well if you computer turns off during reconstruction, then have a look at your PSU as described above. 

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    diy.ciem

    Hello,

    I have the same problem. When it starts reconstruction, GPU stops running (VRAM frequency drops to minimum).

    I have a new and enough power PSU (850W) so I think it is a kind of problem with GPU or VRAM.

    I tried reinstall RC over and over again (VGA drivers as well) but it has not been solved.

    I don't have any problem like this in the former version of RC.

    My system information is follows,

     

    Computer Specs:

    - AMD Ryzen5 3600 CPU @ 4.3 GHz

    - 48GB DDR4 Ram

    - Geforce 2070 8GB

    - Windows 10 professional

    - 200GB free on a SSD for RC cache writing

    - RealityCapture PPI version - latest edition

    - Power units 850W

     

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    diy.ciem

    Hi,

    I have three different PC with RC;

    - CRASH -

    1)AMD Ryzen5 3600 CPU @ 4.3 GHz with RTX2070, RC version 1.1.0.12901-Blaze.

    2)Intel 4790K CPU @4.4Ghz With GTX1050Ti, RC version 1.1.0.12901-Blaze.

     

    - Reconstruction Successfully  -

    3)AMD Ryzen9 3900X with GTX1050Ti, RC version 1.0.3.10403 RC.

     

    Is there any chance to download old version of RC?

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    Greg Marshall

    Why does this problem only happen with RC? I can multi-task the hell out of my workstation, running a V-ray IFB frame buffer while exporting a 4K from Premiere while doing a RAM preview in AE and there's no issue with power, but soon as I try to use RC on it's own it hard crashes my PC and trips my computer as if someone unplugged it! I'd say it's your program not my PC, sounds like you guys are ignoring the issue.

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