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    janiashvili

    Sometimes the error is different,although they repeat themselves.


    Now error is "aligning images - unexpected program state" and the same code in console

     

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    ashley.walker

    We are having the same issue, did you get any resolution on this one?

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    Rafa CR

    Hello,

    You align a lot of pictures. 
    What is your hardware specification (RAM especially). Please can you post your alignment settings and error screenshot with console view? 

     

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    ashley.walker

    Hey Rafa,

    I don't think it is a RAM issue for us, we have processed significantly larger projects than this one on the same machine.

    The machine specs are:

    64GB RAM

    E5-2680 v2 20 vCore CPU

    Nvidia GTX1080

    512GB PCI SSD for RC

    I will post an image if we have the crash again. We have split this project up into chunks and adding additional images as it finishes processing each chunk.

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    janiashvili

    For us the solution was - well one solution - sometimes this did work - was re-running the scan and then it would do it. Otherwise having two or more photos from same point of origin caused it, or at least trying to not have camera shooting twice from same point in space (no matter same direction or not, we had many photos takes from one static camera location and just rotated it). When we avoided doing so - it solved this issue

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    Rafa CR

    The consumption of RAM depends on the number of images (irrespective of their size) and the number of detected features per image. For the default settings, you can expect the following memory boundaries:

    - 2,000 images (scans) / 40K features per image - 16GB RAM

    - 4,000 images - 32GB RAM

    - 8,000 images - 64GB RAM

    - 16,000 images - 128GB RAM

    In alignment settings you have set 80K features per image, and that gives you around 4000k images to be aligned with 64GB RAM.  
    In this case this component workflow may be usefull https://support.capturingreality.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001569011-Working-with-Components-Merging-components

     

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