I am fairly new to Reality Capture and are currently trying it out on a PPI license. I am a drone pilot and have done photogrammetry for a few years and I'm currently trying Reality Capture to see how the program holds up compared to other similar programs that I have used before.
I am currently running a fairly big project that I have previously processed in different programs and I want to test out and compare the result. But I am running in to a few problems.
The whole project is a scan of a fairly complex building and the whole dataset is done in several sets of photos taken over several days with a total of around 3000 images. I tried running all images at once but the project crashed when trying to align all the images. I've tried looking for a crash report but have not been able to find information about what caused the crash.
I'm aware that I don't have the most powerful PC and that could be the reason to why it crashed. If anyone could point me to how i find and read the crash report i would be thankful.
I have now tried running only one of the datasets. A total of 1400 pictures and the align went well and it looks good so far. My hope is to run it in parts and maybe be able to merge them together later. I tried to calculate model on high quality but the process crashed again.
I'm now trying to run on normal quality but get an error saying the following:
"One or more files of the model are corrupted, Run the Check model integrity tool under RECONSTUCTION tab. please."
After running the Check model integrity tool I get the message: "File not found."
I have not changed the path or moved any of the files from their original location when I started the project. I can close and open the project without problem. It seem to be only the model file that has gone missing.
Does anybody know the cause of this problem and could you help me to solve this issue?
Thanks in advance!
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